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'astel Shades
Afford Frolic

Cinema Star Sports Clever Beach Garb

11iosher-Jordan Journajisni Alumni
Vicetorious In


Many Notables Seen At
Annual Yearling Dance;
McCarthy Leads Marc
The pastel shades and fragile fa-
brics of the gowns seen at the Frosh
Frolic last night along with the bal-
miness of the evening conspired to
give a spring-like atmosphere to one
of the best dances of the year.
One of the favorite colors of this
season that is gaining more and more
in popularity is pale blue. Margaret
Mustard, '35, who led the ball with
John C. McCarthy, committee chair-
man, wore a gown in this shade de-
veloped in chiffon, with long flowing
lines and a soft cowl neckline. Edith
Ferrin, committee member, chose a
deeper hyacinth blue effectively em-
broidered with crystal beads at the!
bodice. Miss Ferrin arrived with
Theodore Kopke.
A delicate pink ran a close sec-
ond in favorite for the new spring
formals. Julia Kane, escorted by Paul
Phillips, both committee members,
wore a gown in pale pink crepe with
tiny epaulets over the shoulders trim-
med with crystal beading. Jean
Shaw, '36, who arrived with Thomas
Landes, chose a gown in an off-shade
of pink that featured a small cape,
trimmed with velvet flowers of rose
at the neckline.
Colors Favored
Ann Bursley, was escorted byI
Thomas Kleene. Miss Bursley was at-
tired in a rough crepe of flame color
with an elbow length cape and rhine-
stone accessories. One of the new
printed formals that prove promising
for spring was worn by Pearl Bern-
hardt, who arrived with William Isa-
acson. Miss Bernhardts gown was in
triple sheer crepe printed in blue
with a cape in solid blue color
Sue Thomas, guest of Frederick
Mitchell, both committee members,
wore a gown of white crepe with a
narrow strip of silver bugle beads
around the neckline, back and tie.
During the Grand March we notic-.
ed Helen DeWitt and Jane Rayen,
president and vice-president of the
League.i Mary Pray, president of
Comedy Club wore a striking white
mess jacket on victorian lines. Others
seen were Kay Molle in white lace,
Betty Spray attractive in black, Mary
Lou Kessberger in lavender trimmed
with purple, and Phyllis Swift with
a red crepe gown very severely cut.
Notables SeenI
The two freshman presidents of
Mosher-Jordan, Helen Farley and
Betty Chapman, were noted. Jose-
phine McLean chose an attractive
gown of white with a striking red
sash neck-line. Virginia Cluff, Jean
Seely, Emily Bowser, Mary Jane Par-
dee, and Catherine McHenry strolled
Margaret Cowie appeared in a blue!
brocaded satin, while Jane Bassett
chose a simple gown of black. Helen!
Rosenberg appeared in green satin.
Ernestine Richter was gowned in her
debutante dress.

.aFisher addressed the members on Selected Today
chapter of Sigma present-day conditions in Germany.
league Bridge Delta Chi, national professional jour- She discussed particularly the dif-
nalistic fraternity, will be host to- ficulties under which the students Convinced that the campus wan
night in Detroit to m e m o e r s are struggling. Their whole interest ,a low-priced dance, the price of th
Alpha Phi's Place Second from the active chapters at Michi- lies in a few art and educational Slide Rule Dance, annual formal
In All-Campus Woinens gan, Ohio State, Ohio, and Western' centers, she said. They find living the engineering college, has been cl
Reserve universities, it was learned expenses very low and travel from to $1.50, Richard N. Cogger, '33
Tournament Thursday yesterday. one center to another with packs on
Several members of the fraternity their backs. German students' sys- last night,
Mosher-Jordan was victorious over from Ann Arbor, including T. Hawley tem of study is much freer than that
all other independent teams and so- Tapping, general secretary of the used by American universities in that Selection of the orchestra for th
rority representatives in the semi- University of Michigan Alumni As- they are allowed to search for the Slide Rule Dance, which will be he
finals of the women's bridge tour-sociation, who is a past national best sources for their particular in- March 31 in the Union ballroom, w
president of the fraternity, have in- terest. The important part of the be made tonight. The following o
natment held last night at the dicated their intention of attending whole system is that the cultural in- chestras are being considered: Ru
League, under the direction of John the meeting. terests of Germany are not losing Morgan, who played as alternate
Mathes, bridge instructor, who is also H. Napier Moore, editor of Mac- ground even through the political Paul Whiteman at last year's J-Ho
supervising the men's fraternity and Lean's Magazine of Montreal,, Que., turmoil which has invaded the and a frequent broadcaster over D
independent tournaments now being will deliver the principal address of country, Mrs. Fisher declared. welltknown to Detroit audiences fro
held at the Union. the evening on "Various Aspects of 3 his appearances at the Even-ladc
C anadian-American Relations."tThe TO PLAY J. G. P. SONGS Club of the Hotel Tuller and at Blo
The tournament was conducted on publication that Mr. Moore heads AlCowan-and hslbandare to ea-nio Ho
a duplicate bridge plan, the players was said by Mr. Tapping to be one te thre sngs from the tor Tickets will be on sale Mondr
being divided into two sections North of the largest in the dominion. Girl Play, "ove o the Run o- i k o s will be
Girls Play, Love on the Run," to- it was announced This will be th
and South against East and West, night at the League Grill. They will lowest price for the Slide Rule Dane
all playing the same hands. Thelrte play their own arrangements for "All since its beginning years ago, Pa
Mosher team was the North-South W here .1O GO Through the Daytime," "Lackadaisy" Rauff, '33E, chairman of the tick
winner, with Alpha Phi. the runner- and "Lone Paree." committee, declared.
up as the East-West winner. Betty!
King, '34, and Elizabeth Harris, '34, Exhibits: "Women as Authors,"
represented Mosher-Jordan and Ann General Library; Modern Catalan
Wilson, '34, and Mary Kessberger, painting, West Gallery, Alumni Me-
'34,Ed., played for Alpha Phi. The morial Hall; Leather book bindings, The Farmers and M echanics Ba k
scores of the two winning teams were William Clements Library; Persian
25 and 22, respectively. architecture photographs, Architec-
Runners-up in the North-South ture Building.
section were Cornelia Burwell, Grad., Dances: Informal dancing, 9 p. in.,
and Irma Rantamaa, '34, on the League grill; Informal dancing, 9
Alpha Delta Pi team. In the East- p. m., Union ballroom, It is a pleasure to again be able to offer our clients the
West division the Alpha Chi Omega Lectures: Michigan Academy of services of our Commercial, Trust and Savings Depart-
couple, Connie Deery, '33, and Rob- Science, Arts, and Letters, 9 a. m., 3
erta Dillman, '34, came out ahead. p. m., divisions meet in various cam- ments, but the conditions back' of this announcement
Mosher-Jordan will play Alpha Phi pus buildings. are of? greater importance. We have been licensed y
early next week, and the winner of ---
that match will play the winner of SUMMER the Government of the United States, and pronounced
the men's tournaments. SChOOL sound. This fact should be of interest to all who are
I Resdentialsummer School (co- interested in banking transactions, for safety and service.
FRATERNITY HOLDS INITIATION educational) in the li<art. of
French Canada. Old Country
Tefloigpledges have been French saft. Only French Spok-
initiated by Zeta Psi fraternity: Rob -n lmentar, Intermediate,:_______-".-__
r J orAdned. Certificate or college
ohnson,36;LesleCDrew,36; . French entertainments,
David Hinks, '35;. Joseph Black, '35; ;hiili- eici;, .sports. etc.._
e$150 Board and. TuitIon.
Emitt Eastcott, '35; Charles Living- ! 26--July 29 Crt for Gir-FnE S &D L
ston, '36; James Scott, '36; Ge geu to sjcery esidntia FARME S & MEC ANICS BANK
Quimby, '36; William Chapman, '36; French s"nimner School. State St. at Nickels Arcade Main and Huron Sts.
William Woods, '35; Woodward McGILL UNIVERSITY
Grove, '36; and MacDowell Gilmore,1! MONTREAL, CANADA
- k i.~ ~- -__

Sororities Entertain Guests For
Week-En d; nti ations Also Held

Several of the sororities are enter-
taining guests over the week-end. A

Everglades Club in Detroit tonight.
The dance is being given by the.

few students will also return to their alumnae to welcome the Delta Zeta
homes. . national instructor, Mrs. Margaret
ALPHA DELTA PI H. Pease of Cincinnati. Mrs. Pease is
Blue and white tapers and 'sweet to be the guest of the Delta Zeta
peas in harmonizing shades decorat- house until Tuesday.
ed the tables last night at the Alpha A tea will be given at the house
Delta Pi house where a rushing din- for Mrs. Pease and the Delta Zeta!
ner for four guests was given. patronesses from 7 to 9 p. m. Sun-
ALPHA OMICRON PI day. Beatrice Olmsted, '34, has
Marian Smith, of Detroit, a former charge of the arrangements.
student, will be a guest at the Alpha Gertrude Jansson, '33, is a week-
Omicron Pi house this week-end. end guest at the home of Elizabeth
ALPHA ALPHA GAMMA Hurd, '33, in Flint.
Five women were initiated into SIGMA KAPPA
Alpha Alpha Gamma, national hon-
orary sorority for women in archi- Jo E. Kitchin, '35SM, will leave to-
tecture and the allied arts, at cere- day to spend the rest of the week-
monies held Thursday night in the end at her home in Monroe.
League Chapel. After the initiation KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
rites, the alumnae members of the . Katherine Ferrin, '32, spent the
organizatio nserved tea to the actives first part of the week at the Kappa
and initiates in the Russian Tea Kappa Gamma house.
Those honored were Rosemary Katherine Jackson, '34, is spending
Best, '34A, Jeannette Schroeder, the week end at her home in De-
Grad., Anne Hinshaw, Spec., Barbara troit.
Jenkins, '33A and Genevieve Hafner, j THETA PHI ALPHA
'33A. Nina Pollock, '36A, was pledged Dorothy Clark, of Hartford, Mich.,
to the society at the same time. Mrs.wDoroth Clak
Ralph Hammett officiated at thewill spend the week-end here as
services. house guest of the sorority. Jose-
phine Krizer, '32, of Detroit, will also
DELTA ZETA be a guest of the sorority.
Three Delta Zetas, Cecil Hellberg. Elearnor Blum, '35, left yesterday
'34, Alice Mahnke, '35Ed, and Helen for her home in Detroit to spend the
Cook, '33, will attend a dance at the week-end.


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