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March 10, 1933 - Image 5

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Hlard -Ime Dances Mueums Visited By--
F-eature Weekd-n Arbor Club Y es' ,
wenty-seven members of tii
The banklng situation is not seri- Arbor Woman's Club \ver2
OUSIY, affecting social activities for through the resear"ch divisie n


League Plans I
Grill Dane
For Week-End
Sm-nall COver Cha rge Will
Salmrd Lay Night Prices
Faling- in with the universal at-
tempjt to 1keep the depression from
being7 too mnuch of a ill"-joy, LC i< .e
officials announced Wednesday that
the Leagu'te Grill'Nwo°uldd be open for
dancing on both Friday and Satuar-
cda, nig-hts.I
No cover-charge will be levied, ac-
ording to Miss Alta B. Atkinson,, bus-!
iness mnanager of the league. There
will, however, be a minimum charge
a twventy-five cents apiece for danc-
ing, couples.
Al Cowan and his six-piece band,I
which now plays for tea-dancing inj
the Grill, will furnish the music, and
the orchestra which forcerly occu-
pied? the center of the grill has beenI
moved to the back of the room, mak-
ing more space for dancing.
The time for playing will be the
samne as the hours formerly main-
tained in the ball-room, from 9 to
1 a. m. on Friday nights and from
J to 12 on Saturdays.
Any Troup may -call and reserve(
tables for the evening and be siur!
of having them kept, Miss Atkinson
stated today.
"We expect that, this plan will. meet
with thie approval of the student
body," Ethel A. McCormick, social
director of the League said, "more
room has been made for dancing but
we will be careful "to limit the num-
ber of persons so that the floor will
not be over-crowded."

T (ic~ li Word

EMer*SOn Gill
Started Career
~i M derujazzBa.
Emerson Gill, whose orches~r .has
been scheduled to play for the F'ro _h
Frolic in the :Union Friday, March
17, is a n example of the. new type of
successfTul dlance band leader. A few
years ago it was not so necessary for
dance musicians to know a great deal:
about .music. Jazz wasa sort of hap-
haz~ard affair that depended largely
upon its novelty to go over.

Ss t Stat'


Are Annolinled'

thsweek-endt. Several houses, using
their ingenuity are planning infor-
nial radio par ties and hard time
Another formal dance will, be held
i. ,zhe Phi Delta Theta chapter house
tonight, w,.ith Charles Ebert, '35, in
charge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert But-
terworth will be present as chap-

Uiaiversity Museums yeste . ;a
Crystal Thompson, curator of vi
education, ,and Imorley P. ',ilh ,
superintendent of the bidnV
in each of the research dlivis i-n
explained in detail. The i 1p
tour lasted three hours.

<'cFortutnately, that ime is passed.
Lii> 4 .Dance orchestras such as Gill's today
include musicians trained as inten-
._ ___ ----- si vely as those in symphony orches-
Studntsof usiessadmnisia-tras. Emerson Gill him~self,. at 17,
dewas a member of the Toledo Sym-
tion at " exas Chpi ist'an university d-Phony Orchestra, and virtually all of
id-Cd he depression had lasted long h-is men could today, step into sym-
~.nugh sothe pikedDors Hggis phony work. without difficulty. IY
~ ~~" tochee up heact, some of the more ambitious
world. modern dance orchestrations are as
p'crmffli^?:~ac r ocnnnvMizr

Eleven tables .played at~ the week-. erons.,
ly duplicate "bridge gameic at theI Dancing to the °strains of Kappa's!1
nigh. TentytwoOrchestra from: Toledo, Phi Kappa
iLeague Tuesday Sigagwht.lsoentrtan.yoelwo
s ~~~~~~boards w ere played, and at the con-Sim wlasoetrinNelD1
clusonChalesColin~n, nc1GusTurner, '34, is social chairman for
' ~the dance; Dr. W-illiam MX. Brace and.
Saliva were winners for the nor'th- i
9 ~south position by a mrg'n of 130, Dr. and Mlrrs. Maurice R. McGarv ey
match points to 20 nrnu h X 03n or retLated
$>,{ ~prof. C. E. Love2 and T. 11-7y-wley Elinor Allen, '34, Is taking charge t
ping, who w,,ere secofld For tc s- of the informal radio party to bec
Y ~~west po iifion J din1C. rDurfe . * 1held at. Alpha Chi, Omega Saturday
Dr2cuz eehg,akowta night. The chaperons wvill be Dr. and
Qx~...~scoe o 1312.Mrs. Leslie Rtittershifer, Ann Arbor.
Thos wh p~y l w re- r. nd' A v'~r~' inform al ha.rd-tim es panty p
w1"i1 take price at Alpha Sigma Phi
Mrs. C. A., Parell, Mr. 'A rs. C. K. aiiayngtudrtedrcinI
,. - HuntCharle, LColemian, Gs Siv ., Stufir:gh ndr h rcx
HicigadRuseMt-.Careswi~. fFrancis .Coates, '35. Po. nbMs
z # r l-l (,"ward McCluskey are to act as ;.
Prf..,.Lv, . i .chaperons.
-AsoatdHawley, Tapping, Ro!) . -Roe, FBer- :aDlaPii loetran
AseatdPress Phot^ 1 nard Freund, .Richar d Ca .'rer, TnD aPii loetran
Margaret Mary Redly' of Baxter. Char'les Thomas.1, . *, id ~ T. H. igstra.ngtwt adne
Spins Kn. aschsn swe- ton .A Twin, i.E-,i hich Dr.anal Mrs~. , .,Sack~s willI
Sprngs, Kans as Sachoegsee n Cb.yhvnM.Erichaperon. Marvin Kreuger, '35, is iI
hear" o KasasStae cllee ~Dr. Shurz, E. C. Durfee, Prof ..J.-H.
student vote.Cissell and Mrs.. Cissell, Mr. and Mrs. hre
ICharles Graham, -M~rs; F. E. Rey-
Prgrm eaitured nolds, Reed Orr, Mr. and Mrs. H. A., GLEE CLUB CONCERT
Silvester, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mac- The University Glee Club will givej
By usi S rortyAlpinMr.t and Mrs. J. C. Brier, Irv- a special concert in conjunction with
ing Feldman, James Cohen, R. G. Ar- the, Dearborn Inn trio in the new
Sigm Alha ota natona pi e-thur, L. 0. Korack, Sidney Voletsky,' Alexandria ballroom of the Dearborn'
Siga AphaIot, ntioal ro-RobrtKlinlt wo.'th, Miss A. S. Rey- Inn at 8:15 p. m. Sunday. No charge:
sessional .music sorority, entertained RobdeanrrtH .Greshed. ilbemd for the concert.
at a musicale at 8 p. m. WednesdayhodadM..FGenild. wlbeme
in the Baldwin Avenue home of Mrs. Thrhabenantleicas -__--
Benjamin Bailey. Mrs. Blanche Gal-E in hle number of tables played dius- ~0UN~A.
tup and Mrs. Marian Freeman assist- ! ing the three weeks that t'he tour na- Paxker, G afer, Wate n,
ad Mrs. Bailey. 1ments have been played. The irst dGolklin, etc., $1.00 and upD

Wlzere To Go
E'xhibits: Modern Catakan pair
ing,WesL Gallery, Alumni Mer:r
Hll; Leather book bindings, Willia
elements Library;:*Women as Ai
hors, General Library; Persian A
zhitecture Photographs, Architectu
D3ancs:; Tea dancing, 3:30 to
p. mn., League, grill; Informal dlan
ng, ;9 P. n. to 1 a. m~'., League gi
Informnal dancing, 9 p. in., Unir
117i South AMain Street

c Lc:lwlluzu xU _a6 sVnspnony-music.


Iluthvens Entertain
Students Wi th Tea
Seventy-Five students yesterday at-
tended the second of the student teas
given by President Alexander G.
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven this
Miss Alta B. Atkinson, business
manager of the League, poured, Al-
though the affair was open to all
students on campus, many fraterni-
ties and sororities came en masse, re-
lieving any formality
Students who came after -5 :p.in.,
intending to meet the President, were
disappointed because the President
and Mrs. Ruthven were called away
unexpectedly. "However, we sincerely
hope that the students will come
back again,"' Miss Ethel C. Mc Cr-
inick, social director. of the League,
who assists with the teas, said today.
"Students are given the opportu-
nity to see the new study that has
been built onto the president's
home," she went on to say, ",to visit
the library, talk with the parrot, and
in general enjoy a very informal
Alpbha Kappa Psi, business admin-
istration fraternity, announces the
pledging of Walter Baker, '34BAd.,
Detroit; and Nelson J. Young,
'34BAd., Kalamazoo.,

Frmali e'
BO a 11Featured~i
Atorm itories
Dormitories are entertaining de-I
spite the bank holiday. Betty Bar-
bour feted its honor students last,
night andi Martha Cook is giving a
dlepression ball tonight.
Betsy Barbour House yesterday
I honored its members who gained 30
,)r inore honor points during the last
semester with a formal dinner dance,
T able decorations were of pink rose-
buds, snapdragons, sweet ,peas, and
vhite stock. Rose tapers were also
Fourteen girls who earned 35 or
more honor points were given cor-
sages. A special table was arranged;
for these women. Women so honored
were Jane ,Arnold, '36; Mary Jane'
Copeman, '35; Lavinia Creighton, '35;
-Dorothea 'Davenport, '35;[ Edna Haz-
-trd, '33; Betty Laub, '36; Kathleen
,vacintyre, '36: Irene McCausey, '36;
lihzabeth Nichol, '36, Evelyn Radke,1

Gill believes a dance orchestra
?houid be capable of playing any kind;
omusic. It should, upon occasion,,
be "hot" and "peppy," or slow and I
dreamy, and should be equally- at
'omne with simple melodies or classi-1
cal pieces. JI
Gill went to Cleveland in 1924 from
Ohio State University with ai colleai-Y

ate band that had already establish- The following program was played.
eel a name for itself. A favorite in "'Nebie" by Kespighi, "Se Tu M'ami,
the Ohio metropolis from. the begin- Se Sospire" by Pergolesi, " Connals-tu
ning, his popularity increased stead- Le Pays" from "Mignon" by Thomas,
'fly until when -the Hotel Hollenden' all presented by Gwendolyn Zolle ,.
determined to put a Cleveland band '32SM. Mrs. Anne Broene Sewell
-into the, Show Boat, a new and elab- played "Fantasia in C Minor" byj
orate supper club, it was Gill's band Mozart.
that was selected for the job. j Mrs. Hope Bauer Eddy presented
-The backbone of the Show Boat or- "La Partida" by Alvarez, "Marinelia"
chestra has been together for nearly ,)y Semano, "Granadinas" by BSerrera
yive years. One member, Pinkie Hunt- v Calle ia, and "Cl(, ,,' tas" by Val-
Syr, r ecently.' celebrated ,with.Gill their: verde. Leah Margaret Lie htenwalter
fifth anniversary together. Five other r -compariied Mrs. Eddy.

week there were only six tables, tho
second ten and the third, eleven.
Each weclk a cup is given for tofu

314 S. 'i. kLa ,eSt.,yAnn .rbr.

No Tiv,4 Ali
Adorable Styles!
Mar~uvelous Values!

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members of the orchestra have been-
With~ him more than three years anti


m mm~g for wo years. PE'tsid .'-t AlI'%idelr C. Ruthven
will deliver the commencement a d-
r'g'qdress at Deni-son Unive rsityr, Gran-
Ct ~r S 110y 10 v ll, 0., it was learned yesterday
from a Mich l i'alumnus who Lie.'
ithat city. The exact dlate of the

'33 A&nne±imnmons,'36;Olive Webb,j
35; Helen Clark, '34SM, and Collin Washtenaw County Medical So-
Wilsey, '35. ciety will hold its next meeting1
MARTHA COOK BUILDING March 14 at the Union, it was an-
p founced yesterday. The regular din-~
Martha Cook Building, in tune with nrwl esre t- p. m.
the times, will give an informal bank
holiday ball tonight. Decorations, in'} Speakers for the evening will be !
charge of Barbara Casper, '34, are to Dr. 1. D. Loree, of Ann Arbor, and. Dr.'
iollow out this motif. Jean Perrin, ; Reed M. Nesbit, professor of surgery
33, has charge of the dance. Fifty'i in the Medical School. They will dis-
:=oples are expected to attend the "'uss "The Present Status of Recent;
affair, from 10:00 to 1 :00 p, . i Developments in Prostate Surgery."
!Music will be furnished by Ken Hosts announced include Drs. R.
l:undquist s orchestra, Patronesses L. Kahn, B. H. Honeywell, T. Kling--
ire to be Dr. Margaret Bell, miss man. George Muehlig, Norman Mil-.
.mth, and Miss Sara Rowe. Eier, Henry Ransom, Reed W. Nesbit,
- ;L. W. Oliphant, John Parsons, Max
CLUB TO INITIATE !Peet,. Willis Peck, and Carlton;,
The Cosmopolitan, Club will hold~ Peirce.
to r g l r i ii t on f r t e s c n ' em ester at a neding to be held atI
8 p. m. tonight in Lane Hall Audi-

commncemient 1s inot known as yet,
nor the topic which Dr. Ruthven will
select, but it is expected both will;
be tannounced in the near future.



Residential Summer School (co-
educational) in then heart of
French Canada. Old Country
- ench stair. Only French spok-
'm. Elementar'y, in termedilate,
Advanced. Certificate or College
1 Credit. French entertainments,
'r,., $50,Bordand Tuition.
J', u 2--Jly 9.Write for cir-
culr t SeretryResidential
Frenh SupterSchool.




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t ~During the past few days, hundreds of smart women ;
and inisses flecked to Jacobson's intent on inspecting
our enticing fashions and bargains. Business flourished
to the gratifying extent of recording ,the greatest
number of sales in our history.
Weep~ oece ataheeettruhteintrodiction of "a new order of things" and the open-
1 f w # _gday ,'s urpassed $oLr fonTdes~xt 'expectations.
Hunzdr .d-s of smart fashions have been purchased-
but it is gratifying, indeed, to know that wide and
cot-Ilrehensive selections await those who will shop
Whein - r M~ y who know
are congah, should anyone
stay away?
New Srn
prove ~ t
nother e arable CoAt al

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