udents' A r t
rk Of Graduates And
tudents To Be On Sale;
Vill Help Student Fund
By ELLEN JANE COOLEY
tistic work of students and grad-
s of the University is rapidly be-
put on display for the Student
Exchange, which opens Sunday
ie Hostess Room of the League.
exchange was conceived by John
11, of Detroit. The committee in
ge is composed of Frances Young
Alan Cramer, Dorothy White,
h Higbie, William Cayley, John
;house, '33A, and John Gafill. 3
ie exhibit will open formally with
a from 4 to 6 p. m. Sunday, to
h students and faculty members
nvited. The tea is in the charge
[arriet Adams, '33, assisted by
ri Bailey, '33, and Dorothy White.
White is also manager of the
Here's Florida's 1933 Edition Of Maid Marian
Hold Formal Dance
The first social affair of the fresh-
man class of the Medical School will
be the formal dance given by the
members from 9 p. m. until 1 a. m.
tonight at the League. About sixty
couples are expected to attend, ac-
cording to John W. Bunting, '36M,
general chairman of the dance. 1
The chaperons who have been ask-
ed to attend the affair are: Dr. G.
Carl Huber and Mrs. Huber, Dr. Rollo
E. McCotter and Mrs. McCotter.
Members of the general committee
in charge are: John Bunting, John
P. Eichhorn, '36M, Dougle McIntyre,
Music will be provided by Al Cowan
and his orchestra, the band which
played for the J-Hop of the Michi-
gan State Normal College at Ypsi-
ielding H. Yosts
Leave For South
Several Ann A r b o r residents,
among them Mrs. Fielding H. Yost
and her son, Fielding, Jr., Fredericka
Waldron, and Kermit Eby, of the
Ann Arbor High School faculty, have
left or will leave soon for other parts=
of the world.
Mrs. Yost and her son left Ann
Arbor early in the week to join Field-
ing H. Yost, director of athletics, at
the University of Virginia, where he
addressed a student convocation
Wednesday. They are planning to
attend the President's ball Saturday
night and travel in the South before
Miss Waldron has completed an
extensive visit in Havana and is now
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Tor-
rey of Detroit at their home near
Model League Is
Planned For March
A report given by Charles A. Orr,
Grad., on the * Student Congress
Against War held in Chicago last
month, was presented at the meeting-
of the International Relations Club
held at 8 p. m. yesterday in the
Political Science Seminar room in
Plans are being advanced for rep-
resentatives of the campus organiza-
tion to participate with delegates
from international relations clubs of
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and other
Michigan schools, in the Mddel As-
sembly of the League of Nations to
be held in March at Ypsilanti.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: "Czar Ivan the
Terrible," 8:15 p. in., Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre; Michigan, "American
Madness'; Majestic, "Madame But-
terfly"; Wuerth, "Night Mayor."
Exhibits: Persian architecture pho-
tographs, automobile body designs,
paintings and models, Architecture
Athletic Events: Hockey, Michigan
vs. Wisconsin, 8 p. m., Coliseum.
Dances: Tea dancing, 3 to 5 p. in.,
League Grill; informal dancing, 9
p. in., League ballroom; informal
dancing, Union ballroom, 9 p. m
freshman medical dance, formal,
Functions: Valentine party,8 p..,
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Delta Delta Delta Alliance of Ann
Arbor gave a dinner party for 14
seniors at the home of Mrs. Horatio
J. Abbott, 2010 Devonshire Road, re-
cently. Mrs. William A. Comstock
was guest of honor.
Students Marry In
A quiet private ceremony marked
the marriage Tuesday night of
Norma Copley, daughter of Mrs. and
Mrs. F. A. Copley of Finley, O., and
George A. Mather, Jr., Grad., son of
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mather of San
The bride completed her studies
here recently and will receive her de-
gree from Oberlin College. Mr.
Mather is doing graduate study in
marine engineering and naval archi-
The service was read by the Rev.
Lee Klaer at his residence. Mr. Klaer
is a member of the board of advisors
of the Michigan Co-operative Board-
ing House, with which Mr. and Mrs.
Mather are affiliated.
The couple will reside in Ann
Arbor for the present.
Myron Walz Plays For
Normal College Dance
Ann Arbor students attending
Michigan State Normal College are
planning a dance to be held this Fri-
day night in Charles McKenny hall.
More than 200 couples will dance to
Myron Walz and his 15-piece band,
now playing at the Vista Del Lago
in Chicago and on the radio. The
chaperons will be Prof. Simon Fager-
strom and Mrs. Fagerstrom and Prof.
Carl Gunther and Mrs. Gunther.
Foreign Students On
Campus Are Entertain4
A rceeption and entertainment :
foreign students on campus has be
planned for 8 p. m. tonight by I
Student Fellowship, of the Congreg
tional Church. It will be given in t
Congregational Church parlors.
A sleight-of-hand exhibition v
be given by June 0. Warsaw,
Everett Hilty, '34SM; J. Christi
Pfohl, '34SM; and Warren Babco
'34SM; are to provide special mug
Two one-act plays will be present
by members of the Student Fello
You can bank on this-
all new spring merchan-
dise. A true Jacobson
sale.., with exceptional
values .. .
Outside the door of the Hostess
room is a wrought iron sign designed
by John Nagle, who has other iron,
work on exhibit. The room is filled
with more than 500 pieces of art. On .
the central table is a large ship:
model by Malcolm Otis. Outlined '
against the window is a bronze god-
dess by Helen Bailey. On the right
wall is a large batique in shades of
ruby on silk velvet, executed by John
Allshouse. In one corner are water- This blondey
colors by Francis Palms, '33A, who we aren't sure jus
designed the decorations for this And that beach s
On the mantel and tables are
bronzes and statues by Harry Reid, Sweaers
William Cayley, and others, and
ceramic figures by Alexis Lapteff, 'In' Aa'
who is employed at the Pewabic pot-
teries in Detroit.
On one wall are sketches, etchings, AlI-Da
and watercolors done abroad by Jo-
nathan Taylor, '29A, who was award-
ed the Booth Travelling Fellowship. By CAROL J
There are colored woodcuts by Dor- Spring or fall, wi
othy White, pastels by William Lau- only one item in the
enroth, etchings by John Marshall, knows no season-t
and woodcuts by Mason Whitney, but indispensible s'
Donald Brackett, and Edith Higbie. Humble did we sa
In one corner hangs a batique by The hand-knit craz
John Koshy. There are also batique bhe flying knitting n
handkerchiefs and flower studies in emblem of high so(
water colors by Robert Taft, '34E, fingers and feeble
while another feature is a group. of vanced the hand-kn
costume designs by Frances Young, place where it can
sketched by Edith Higbie. daytime or early ev
The display will not only furnish For instance, the I
a market for students' work, but will sweaters in white
also give other students the oppor- shades are unbelie
tunity to purchase works of art for puzzy and weigh on
their rooms. The prices range from One of the most
25 cents up. Ten per cent of the price for spring we saw wa
of each article will be turned over suit of fine gray w
to the Student Good Will Fund. elbow-length cape<
Ethel A. McCormick, director of angora sweater. A
the League, said, "This is one of the was a two-piece of:
best things the students have under- 1 wool in a burgundy
taken recently. The exhibit brings
forth student talent many would not
have believed existed on campus." Faculty Entert
-AssocIated Press Photo
young lady is supposed to show something-or-other,
t what. Anyhow, won't you agree that Florida is OK?
andals are better than rubbers?
A e1r A. wlwr
Da J., m.-.I,
inter or summer,
hat's the humble
ay? Perhaps not.
e that has made
eedle as much an
ciety as of worn
gaslight has ad-
it sweater to the
be worn to any
and pale pastel
evably soft and
ly a fwe ounces.
as a hand-knitted
ool featuring an
and a pale blue
Members of Phi Sigma Sigma were
hostesses yesterday at the weekly
Hillel Foundation tea. Mrs. Edward
Eliezer, Grad., poured.
x$1.00 Values.... 59cj
Charmingly simple... yet
armed to captivate you the
minute your eyes gaze on
these two smart frocks.
There's-chic in every stitch
while value is written all
over the price tag.
When every little stitch in your
wardrobe seems to cry to be
put away... when your soul
begins to crave color and gaiety
... even though there may be
snow outdoors, you'll know it's
SPRING. And when you step
into The Collins Shoppe and
see all the grand things we
have in store for, you, you'll
decide then and there that no
time is better to start on your
spring wardrobe. And you'll
be perfectly right!
Prints, Noys, .Black and
White and high shades
12to 20 and 14to 24
Polonia Society To
Hold Dance Feb.26
Plans for a play and dance to be
held at 7:30 p. m. Feb. 26 in the
Polish House, Detroit, by the Uni-
versity Polonia Literary Society and
the Polish clubs of Detroit, were fur-
thered at the meeting of Polonia
held last night in the League.
Members of the committee in
charge of the affair are: Edward S.
Cislo, '35, general chairman; Helen
R. Latta, '34, Estelle V. Mislik, '33Ed.,
Wanda Dlugolenski, Spec., Witold
Malecki, '34E, Walter J. Cesarz, '35,
Bernard C. Zygarlowski, '33A, Eward
J. Pomorski, '33A, Chester R. Lulen-
Names of chaperons are to be an-
Betsy Barbour Dinner
Yellow and light green tapers dec-
orated the tables at Betsy Barbour
House last night at a faculty dinner.
The following guests were enter-
tained by members of the house: Dr.
Charles A. Sink and Mrs. Sink, Prof.
Charles B. Vibbert and Mrs. Vibbert,
Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman and Mrs.
M o e h 1 m a n, Ellen B. Stevenson,
Prof. Edward L. Adams and Mrs.
Adams, Prof. Arthur S. Aiton and
Mrs. Alton, Prof. Julio del Toro and
Mrs. del Toro, Prof. Bennett Weaver
and Mrs. Weaver.
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