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Entertainment Planned At
Small Cost For Those
Who Are To Attend
Two new trios and a soloist are the
lastest additions to the program
which the committee has planned for
the Campus Cabaret to be held April
1 in the main ballroom of the League,
according to Miriam Carver, '3,
chairman of entertainment.
.Mary Morrison, '35SM, Barbara
Bates, '35, Lucille Lucas, '34SM, make
up the first trio; and Ernestine
Richter, '36, Jean Seeley, '36, Edith
Ferrin, '36, the second.
-Robert E. Miller, '33, is the soloist
.who will enjoy a place on the pro-
gram with the other soloists who are
Al Newman, '34, and Sally Pierce,
'35. Miss Pierce will sing a blues.
Other numbers which have already
been announced by the entertain-
ment committee are a tap dance by
Tom and Virginia Roberts, '34 and
'35, a tango by Nilsa and Gustavo
Saliva, '33 and '35E. Mary Morrison,
'35SM, will also give a piano selec-
Admission to the cabaret will be
25 cents a couple and 15 centsfor
single persons, according to Mar-
garet O'Brien, '33, general chairman.
Dancing after that will be five cents
a ;dance. The aim of the cabaret is
to, provide an economical evening of
up, Miss O'Brien added.
Pete Blomquist has been contract-
ed to play and dancing will be from
9 until 12 p. m. Entertainers have
been selected so as to include many
ampus celebrities, both men and
Unique Spring Fashions Presented FOr Sir e, Office
Hoses 1nd ate
Alumni Return To Chapter
Houses For Iniiations;
Dinner Honors Rushees
Banquets follow initiation this
week-end at three sororities. Kappa
Delta will follow with a rushing
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Initiation ceremonies were held
Saturday night at Alpha Omicron Pi
for six women. Those honored were
Elizabeth Evans, '36, Buffalo; Ruth
Hess, '36, Detroit; Patricia Wood-
ward, '35, and Pauline Woodward,
'35, Pittsburgh; Ruth Sonnanstine,
'36, Warren, 0., Billie Griffiths, '35,
Nine women were initiated by
Alpha Phi at ceremonies held Satur-
day. They were Alison Tennant, '36,
Hammond, Ind.; Florence Bingham,
'36, Saginaw; Beatrice Laning, '35,
Detroit; Charlotte Hedhe, '34, Tren-
ton; Carolyn Wose, '35, Syracuse;
Jeanette Crow, '36, Elkhart, Ind.;
Betty Burns, '36, Grosse Pointe; Er-
nestine Richter, '36, Detroit; Mar-
garet Cowie, '36, Ann Arbor.
Five guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner this noon at the
Kappa Delta houso. Table decora-
tions will consist of sweetpeas and
ZETA TAU ALPIIA
Three women were initiated into
the Zeta Tau Alpha sororitiy at cere-
monies held Saturday. Those honored
were Charlotte Endlich, '34, Detroit;
Anna Knight, '34, Amherstburg.
Ont.; Jane Welsh, '35, Youngstown,
0. Among the alumnae present were
Mildred Cassidy, '30, Emily Grimes,
'32, Grace Hamilton, '32, all of De-
troit; Mrs. Cecil Carberry, '31, and
Dorothy Lincoln, '31, both of Buffalo.
GRAVIT TO SPEAK
"The Student Life of Nicholas
Claude Fabri de Peiresc" will be dis-
cussed by Francis W. Gravit, of the
rcmance languages department, at
4:10 p. m. tomorrow in Room 108
Romance Language Building.
April as an added stimulus to cam-
pus dancing, he added. Possibility of
these two dances will hinge upon the
response made by students.
Election At Alpha Omega;
Phi Mu Alpha Enterttains
Alpha Omega fraternity recently
elected the following officers: Abra-
ham Pearlberp. '34D, president;
'Manuel Gr _ay. '3-11-, vice -peint
Afoonis Kocrhan. '35D. secretary; Jo-
seph Kesseliman, '34D. treasurer; and
Bernard Weintraub, '36D, macer.
PHI MU ALPHA
Phi Mu Alpha held an open infor-
mal dance Friday night. Among the
guests were: Teresa St. John, '34;
F elene Gram, '35; Virginia Dern,,
'35; Ruth McLearn, '35; Dorothy Van
Every, Grad.; Margaret Alford and
Betty Redding, Ann Arbor; Jane
Beckett, '33; Dorothy Hall, '35; Hel-
en Holden, '33; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
MacDonald. The chaperons were Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Mercado and Prof.
Otto J. Stahl.
Miotion Pictures: Michigan, "'
Half Naked Truth" and "If I F
a Million;" Majestic, "20,000 Year
Sin Sing" WVuerth, "Beyond
Dancing: Michigan Union, Mi
igan League Grill, Graduate Stuc
Dance, Women's Athletic Buildin
Plays: Worship Through Art,8
ni.. Women's League.
Lectures: Count Carlo Sforza,
mer Italian minister of forcign
Lars, on 'Men and Parties of
Present European Policy" 4:15 p
Monday, Lydia Mendelssohn Thes
Exhibits: Student Art Excha.
Hcstess Room, League; Women
Authors, General Library; Stude
Free Hand Drawing Exhibit, 1:00
m. through 5:00 p. in. today
Monday, Architecture Building.
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CAMPUS BEAUTY SHOP
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white stripes was worn by Lucille Brokaw (right), debutante, at a recent New York fashion show.
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League Hosiery Shop on
Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday.
In spite of the threatening ap-
proach of mid-semesters, there was
a capacity crowd Friday night at the
League. Many of the gowns revealed
the spring trend toward shades of
;reen, and brown was also prevalent.
Kathrine Koch was attired in a
bright green crepe which featured a
Diagonal neckline and fagoting on
the bodice, while Margaret Martin-
dale's gown combined a darker vel-
vet in the sleeves and belt. Harriet
White and Mary Kathrine Snyder
chose a light olive very becoming to
their blond coloring; Catherine
Thompson, however, was another ad-
vocate of the near-Kelly green to-
gether with Josephine Woodhams
who contrasted it with black.
A fine pleated band about the col-
lar was the distinctive note in Helen
DeWitt's light, dull green dress. Mary
Brimijohn's, on the other hand, had
a severe neckline that fastened high
on the left with a silver button.
In our brief glimpse of Elizabeth
Nickol we noticed the rich, rust
brown of her woolen dress which
was relieved by a soft collar of satin.
The rust of Jeanne Voorhies crepe
shaded more toward red. Jean How-
ell wore a smart, simple crepe with
attractive white collars and cuffs and
Margaret Brooks preferred a print
which featured silver ball buttons
black buttons fastened the collar
high around the neck, and a smart
black and white beret completed the
ensemble. Light blue crepe, fashioned
in soft lines, was chosen by Betty
Mercer and Dorothy Van Riper.
Mary Ellen Webster, Betty McOmber,
and Mary Phillips were also attrac-
After the presentation of "Love on
the Run" we noticed many couples
in formal attire; Martha Bowen,
Yvonne Watson and Nolda McCamly
appeared in white. Phyllis Swift,
however, was gowned in dark blue.
A striking black and white chiffon
was worn by Jean Royce with a high
fitted white bodice and ruff sleeves.
Light formal gowns were chosen by
Betty Gillard, Florence Harper, and
Mildred Bosma. Marion Foley, Jean-
nette Detwiller, Betty Bowman,
Grace Mayer, Ruth Campbell and
Mary Fitzpatrick were also present.
Many Faculty Members
Entertained At Barbour
Betsy Barbour entertained the fol-
lowing guests at a dinner on Thurs-
day: Regent J. E. Beal and Mrs.
Beal, Count Sforza, Secretary S. W.
Smith and Mrs. Smith, Prof. J. S.
Reeves of the political science de-.
Union Figures Tell
Figures compiled recently show
that attendance at the Union Friday
and Saturday night dances so far
this year compares favorably with
marks for the preceding four years,
according to John W. Lederle, '33,
president of the Union.
To date this year, 10,327 couples
have attended, an average of 247 per
dance. The only year exceeding this
was 1931-32, when 11,615 couples, or
an average of 277 per dance, attend-
ed. Other statistics show: 1928-29,
8,562 couples, an average of 204 per
dance; 1929-30, 9,381 couples, an av-
erage of 233 per dance; 1930-31, 10,-
333 couples, an average of 247 per
The featuring of week-end frater-
nity parties and special orchestral
numbers has aided in keeping the
1932-33 attendance up, Lederle said.
The Union may hold a special execu-
tive committee dance, and possibly
an interfraternity dance sometime in,
r. Short of the Thomas Beauty Solon
Will Be at the League on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th
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along the sleeves. partment and Mrs. Reeves, Dr. J.
The neckline of Louise Stone's gold Sundwall of the medical school and
crepe was banded with brown fur and Mrs. Sundwall, Dean H. Kraus of
Elizabeth McCoy was in a blue and the pharmacy school and Mrs. Kraus,
white print. Virginia Hartz's black Frederick Wiselogle of the chemistry
outfit was relieved by a tiny, white department, Prof. E. S. Brown of
collar, but Josephine Talbot's gown the political science department and
used blue and white embroidered Mrs. Brown, Prof. B. W. Wheeler of
flowers for contrast. Martha Neu- the history department, Dr. D. W.
We also have weekly luncheons for $.20
and suppers at $.30 and $.35
HOME MADE PIES
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hardt appeared in wine with a large
circular cape edged with ostrich
Viginia Cluff selected a yellow with
an unusual trimming of triangular,
black strips on the bodice. Small,
Mrs. Yoakum Entertains
Faculty Women's Club
Mrs. C. S. Yoakum entertained the.
Newcomers section of the Faculty
Woman's Club at a tea on Tuesday
afternoon at her home on 2017 Hill
The tea table was very effective
with appointments of spring flowers
and harmonizing tapers.
Meyers and Mrs. Meyers.
The decorations consisted of lav-
ender and white candles.
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