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March 15, 1933 - Image 6

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. orities And Fraternities Advance Spring
Hold PledgingAnd Initiation Fashions To Be
Ciii OMEGA sorority for women, at ceremonies Show n in J.G.P.
1 Chi Omega wishes to an- held at 8 p. m. Thursday in the
the pledging March 6 of Ce- League. The women taken in were
tichardson, '36, of Highland Sarah Lacy, '35, Holland; Ione An- ItIISI Tr fvlvel Wear
derson, '33, Kankakee, Ill.; Louise For ]Men and Women
. DELTA PHI Evarts, Grad., Grand Rapids; Kath-
erine Hildebrant, '35, Detroit; and To Be Shown li Play
a Delta Phi held initiation Laila Wilson, '36, St. Joseph.
nies recently for the follow- LA MBA WPAsnnotafet.eJfshph3
Iges: Laurence D. Smith, '35 PiJ LAMBDA KAPPA An important feature of the 1933
Rapids; George M. Todd, Jr., Phi Lambda Kappa initiated five Junior Girls' Play, "Love on the
edo; Horace E. Allen, '36, To- men into the fraternity at a formal Run," will be the showing of advance'
Wlen N. Ransom, '36, Kala- ceremony Monday afternoon. They spring styles in travel, formal, and
Dean Smith, '36, Cadillac; were Bernard Kleiger, '36, Detroit; sports clothes for both men and wo-
K. Holmes, '36, Chelsea; David Goldberg, M, Bay City; Oscar
H. Kidston, La Grange, . Shapiro, 36M, Detroit; George Jas-
s Kleene, '36, Ann Arbor; pin, '36M, Rockville Center, N. Y.; Gregor and Josephine Talbot, co-
an Hildner, '36, Hillsdale; and Louis Heideman, '36M, Detroit. chairmen of costumes for the central'
I H. James, E., Detroit; THETA XI committee.
G. Griswold, '35, Grand Theta Xi held a special initiation Scene 1 will open with a chorus of
George P. Wanty, '36, Grand Saturday for two members of the stenographers, wearing peach crepe,
Richard G. Joslin, '36, Chi- geography department, Mr. Henry M. relieved at the neckline with large
James B. Talcott, '36, Des Kendall and Prof. S. D. Dodge. The organdy bows, to achieve a "secretar-
Sheldon L. Drennan, '36E, regular formal initiation was held ial" touch, it was said. The secondI
Fred W. Norton, Jr., Spec., earlier ir the afternoon and the scene is important for its display of
rbor; Moreau Hunt, '36, Al- following were initiated: Franklin travelling costumes. What the well
William Smith, '36, Ann Ar- Wood, '36, Eau Claire, Wis.; Edwin 'dressed man will wear to Europe will
d Enoch White, '35, Lapeer. Dykeman, '36, Battle Creek'; Malcolm be noted in polo coats, fedoras, and
OMEGA Farnsworth, '34, Erie, Pa.; Theodore smart luggage. Orange burlap suits
al initiation was held by Thorward, '36, Cleveland; Alexander with black accessories will be worn
Tnsby the American girls.
Omega recently. The follow- Walker, '36, Glen Ridge, N. J.; Tunis The thirdsAmerican lid
e initiated: David Begelman, Ross, '36, Detroit; Howard Under- I e thraudiene a bt ida of
etroit; Morris Koorhan, '35D, wood, Jr., '36, Maylen, Pa.; Crandall gian tesfdesandettedWo-
N. Y.; Bernard Schmidt, '35D, Bisbee, '33, Reed City; Robert Reed- Russian types of dress and style. Wo-
Bernard Weintraub, '35D Hill, '36, Staten Island, N. Y.; Tor men in smocked blouses and bright
Bernrd Wintrub, 35Dgreen and red skirts will show Rus-
and Louis Rubin, '35D, Nordenson, '36, Auburn, N. J.; and
N. J Floyd Sweet, '36, Elmira, N. Y. sian peasant fashions.
German dress in men's and wo-
rHETA P1Im Ann Arbor alumni present at the men's costumes will show a similar
following pledges were init- initiation ceremonies and formal dint trend toward bright colors. White
ito Beta Theta Pi Saturday ner following were Prof. H. H. Hig- blouses and long, full skirts of pink.
annual formal initiation: bee and Mr. J. E. Mathes. and yellow will be worn by the Rus-
Purdy, '35; Richard Dever- The fraternity wishes to announce sian girls' chorus. The male chorus
:6; Russell Jones, '36; Philip the pledging of Kenneth Altman, '36, will be attired in Tyrolian caps, black
tm, '36; Parker Stetson, '36; Detroit. shorts and brief, striped blouses, and
r Williamson, ,'34; .Robert X1 PST. PIIwhite knee socks. The German waltz
36; and Richard Wolfer, '36. Xi Psi hi held a formal initiatiot chorus will exhibit an effective con-
ceremony recently. The following trast in pink and blue tulle skirts
si held its initiation recently. men were initiated; Milton Converse, with satin bodices. Margaret Cole,
men ereiniiatd; iltn Cnvesespecialty -dancer,. will wear white,
al dinner at the University '35D, Mount Pleasant; Dwight Jack- fsh iondy the same meri ,
Detroit followed. Those in- s,'3,CndN.Y;rdM Ir fashioned 'of the same materials.
Detioitfolowe. Tosein-son, '35D, Candor, N ..Y,; Fred Miller, In Switzerland, the "Joly Tars"
were Harry Collins, '36, Bir- '35D, Detroit; Douglas Crowe, '35D..J
JhnLillie,'36Rchwill enter in blue jackets with epau-
mn; n ie, 36, Roches- Detroit; Robert Merriman, '35D, lets on the shoulders, blue shorts and
nn.; David' MacDonald, '36, H-ornell, N. Y.; Richard Hills, '35D, white middies, and white sailor caps.
Pointe; Donald McKillen, '36, Detroit; Glenn Ward, '35D, Clay, W. .The Sailors' Sweethearts" are to I
Frederick Mitchell, '36, Va.; and Clarence Russell, '35D, wear abbreviated costumes in various
a Ill.; Ben Starr, '36, Gary, Mt. Morris. colors, trimmed with large red and1
arry Pillenger, '36, Whitehall; James Karalash, '33D, officiated blue buttons and starched ruffles
Snyder, '36, Mt. Hope, W. at the initiation banquet as toast- Jacqueline Navran, as Daisy, will ex-
hn Cowley, '36, Gary, Ind.; master. Chapter alumni present at hibit an unusually sophisticated tea
onaldson, '35, Rochester, N. the ceremony and banquet were Dr. gown in matelasse to fit the Parisian
1 Duxbury, '35, Pine Plains, Edwin Wicks, Detroit; Dr. Charles atmosphere of the sixth scene. The!
Lane, Detroit; Dr. Frank McIntyre, waiters' chorus in black trousers,
OMICRON Detroit; Dr. Linn Converse, Highland white blouses, and black bow ties, will
vomen were pledged to Delta Park; Dr. Douglas Jamieson and Dr. help the French costuming appear-
1, national honorary musical Kenneth J. Ryan, Flint. ance.

Big Ten colleges
Like Melodies Of
Frosh Frolic Band
"Chuck" Bricker and his Harle-
quins, the new orchestra engaged for
the Frosh Frolic Friday night in the
Union ballroom, have made progress
toward national recognition in an
unbelievably short time. Organized
less than a year ago, they have won
favor on the Pacific coast and at a
number of Big Ten universities, have
broadcast over several radio stations,
and are soon to go on the air for
their first national broadcast.
The Harlequins made their experi-
mental debut on the San Francisco
peninsula in the late spring of 1932.
After spending several months on the
coast, including an engagement at
Leland Stanford University, they
came to the Middle West, where they
have since been playing. Purdue, In-
diana, Chicago, and Valparaiso have
danced to their music, while they
have appeared twice at the University
of Illinois. They are well-known in
Chicago, having played at the Town
Club, Amalfi Gardens, the Garden of
Allah and several theatres there.
The Stanford Daily said the fol-
lowing in a review of the Harle-
quins' music: "Here we have an or-
chestra that makes you happy and
makes you feel like dancing-an or-
chestra that has rhythm and varia,
tion, and, best of all, what it plays
is music. Something else you'll like is
Brescia's weakness for medleys of old
and new tunes. This orchestra even
manages to play the St. Louis Blues
in a way that is different."
Tickets for the Frosh Frolic are
priced at $1.50,
Day and Evening Classes
SBusiness College
State & William Sts.
PHONE 7831
17th Year

IWJhere To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "So
This Is Africa"; Majestic, aFaith-
less"; Wuerth, "The Devil is Driv-
Exhibits: Leather book bindings,
William Clements Library; Modern
Catalan painting, 'West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall; Women as
Authors, General Library; Persian
architecture photographs, Architec-
ture Building.
Concerts: Paderewski, 8:15 p. in.,
Hill Auditorium.
Functions: Open house, 4 to 6 p.
in., Harris Hall.____

Alumnus Will Represent
Michigan At Inauguration
When Baylor University, in Waco,
Texas, inagurates its new president
soon the University of Michigan will
be represented by Vernon F. Hillery,
'25L, who is living in Fort Worth,
Texas, it was learned yesterday.


Eery Thursday at the
Phone 4300

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A Special Event To
Introduce The Exquisite Ncw





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Reguiar $1, $1.50, $2 Items
Now 29C - 49C-59C
This sale is a celebration! We have been
appointed the exclusive representatives for
Carolyn Drew Beauty Preparations in Ann
Arbor. We hope that everyone will become
accluainted with these exc lisite toiletries.
And that is the reason for this gala in-
troductory, sale! Imagine it! These smart
beauty aids are now advertised at $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00 in national magazines like
Vogie and Harper's Bazaar. Yet through
our exclusive arrantgement with the manu-
facturer, we offer them to you at 29e, 49c,
and 59c.
Of course this sale is limited! We are
allowed only a certain time for this Intro-
ductory Offer. As soon as it is over, prices
go back to $1 to $2 again. You should cer-
tainly act now-and not only because of
the price, but because these fine toiletries
will thrill you with their power to bring
new beauty and new perfection to your
$1.00 Preparations

Sparkling new
they look like

they might

cost a young fortune, but
they don't. So you can easily
have a new gown for all re-
maining parties this month!

Frosh Frolic
Sun Down 4
Others priced at $19.75


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$ IOt H01Ianads BeauI t iul'ream
$I.00 Spetcial Almond Lotion
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$1 .00 LIemn CIj(ream lA
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$1.;0 Protective'aishingCream
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$1.50 Liquid Face Powder
$t.50 C ucumber Loto
$1.50 Special Wave :Yet .
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$1$.50 .pecial Trace Powder
$2.00 Preparations

Just Received!
At this wonder-
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