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April 06, 1933 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

CA~MPUS

SOCI ETY

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Billie Grif fiths
Chosen 1933-34
W. A. A. Leader
City Woman To Succeed
Jean Bostford; Marie
Metzger Vice-President
Billie Griffiths, '35, of Ann Arbor,
was elected 1933-34 president of the
Women's Athletic Association in the
organization's annual election yester-
day. She will succeed Jean Botsford,
'33Ed.
Marie Metzger, '35, will succeed
Jean Berridge, '33Ed, in the vice-
presidency; Charlotte Simpson, '34Ed,
was elected to the position of secre-
tary to succeed- Mary Marshall,
'33Ed; and Alice Goodenow, '34Ed,
will be treasurer, succeeding Miss
Griffiths.
Retiring members of the executive
board of the W.A.A. are Glendora
Gosling, '33Ed, Catherine Rentschler,
'33Ed, and the Misses Marshall, Ber-
ridge, and Botsford.
Activities of the W.A.A. include
sponsoring undergraduate intramu-
ral women's athletics and an inten-
sive outdoor program, specializing on
hiking and riding. The organization
also assists various clubs in planning
their outdoor programs, operates the
Penny Carnival which opens the sec-
ond week after Spring Vacation,
cares for the details of Lantern
Night late in May, and entertains '
freshman women during Orientation
Period.

They Will Head League For Year 1933-34

Suits And Jackets
Still Remain Good
For Spring Styles
By MARJOELIE MORRISON
Despite the continuous comments
on swaggersas the spring's own suit,
the fact xremains that they rate
highly. We saw a very fashionable
one on State Street. The skirt and
three-quarter coat were in Chinese
:ed tweed,┬░the brilliance being toned
down by the black in the weave. The
shoulders were boxed in the capital
r silhouette that makes the new en-
;enbles so trig. The blouse, of
which we only caught a twinkle,
:ombined red with black and white
.n a pattern resembling an Indian
print.
And if your tastes are not for suits,
it's now and always for fur jackets.
One sees them in all lengths and cuts,
but in passing we gaped at a broad-
tail vest, the only name for it, tight-
fitting and trim with the sleeves
hacked off into what used to be
zalled "plain short sleeves."
Ann Arbor Woman Will.
Head Music Convention
As president of the Michigan Fed-
eration of Music Clubs, Mrs. George
W. Langford of Ann Arbor will pre-
side at the convention of the federa-
tion which opens Wednesday in
Flint.

'I.,

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YOUT-

Accept This Cordial Invitation To Attend

OUR ANNUAL SPRING

STYLE REVIEW
on THURSDAY EVENING- APRIL 6th, 1933
AT 8 O'CLOCK

Grace Mayer, '34, (left) and Marian Giddings, '34, who were
elected president and vice-president, respectively, of the League in
yesterday's elections.

LIVING MODELS

MUSIC

Delta Omicron
Will Entertain
With Musical
Members -of Delta Omicron, na-
tional honorary musical sorority,
were entertained with a musicale at
8 p. m. yesterday at the Holland
Road home of Mrs. O. E. Hunt.
Pledges of the organization presented
a musical program, featuring piano,
vocal, and cellist numbers.
lone Anderson opened the pro-
gram, singing "Rain, Rain, Rain" by
Vera Gay; "Luoghi, Sereme Cari" by
Donandy; "Shepherd, Thy Demeanor
Vary," by Lane Wilson. A piano solo
by Sara Lacey, '33SM, "Two Bage-,
litles" by Therepine, followed.
Marie Evarts, Spec. SM, was next
on the program with "Love Is the
W i n d" by MacFayden; Strauss'
Traum Durch Die Dammerung" and
"Sapphische Ode" by Brahms.
Laila Wilson, '36SM, on the cello,
accompanied by Mary Krause, '35SM,
played "Gavotte No. 2" by David
Pauper. The concluding presenta-
tion was a group of songs by a trio,
lone Anderson, Marie Evarts, and
Laila Dilson. They sang "The
Dream Robber" by Edith Long, "Sol-
vieg Song" by Grieg, and "Cradle
Song" by Brahms.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Para-
chute Jumper"; Majestic, "They Just
Had to Get Married"; Wuerth, "Bil-
lion Dollar Scandal"; Art Cinema
League presents "Kameradschaft,"
8:15 p. m., Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre.
Lectures: Prof. William Trow,
"German Education and the Youth
Movement," 2 p. m., University High
School Auditorium.
Dancing: League Grill.
GLEE CLUB SINGS AT PLAY
Music by the Ann Arbor Commun-
ity Orchestra and the Varsity Men's
Glee Club marked the two perfor-
mances Sunday at Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre of the trial scene from
"Saint Joan" by Bernard Shaw.

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Sororitiles Fete
Guests, Elect,
New Officers
Sorority activities have been quiet
recently, except for the entertain-
ment of out-of-town guests and the
election of house officers.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi held its annual
election recently. The new officers
are Irma Rantamaa, '34, president;
Cornelia Burwell, vice-president;
Dorothy Parker, '33Ed., secretary;
Helen Olson, '33, treasurer.
Sixteen members of the Detroit
City Club met at the sorority for
their monthly meeting. Afterward
they were honored at a buffet supper.
Red roses and green tapers orna-
mented the table.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Mary Louise Nutting and Cornelia
Brown, both of the Cincinnati Wom-
en's Glee Club, are guests of Delta
Delta Delta during their stay in Ann
Arbor.

Prof.,
On

Speaking on his study of condi-
tions in Brazil made while visiting
there, Prof. Prestoh James of the
geography department addressed the
Ann Arbor Women's Club at its
meeting Tuesday afternoon in the
League.-

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Brazilian Conditions

In this initial pre-view of the Spring and Easter mode,
you will see a collection of style successes that, add new
importance to Jacobson's enviable reputation for fashion
leadership.

Modern Music Given By
Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority
Gamma chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon
held its bi-monthly formal musicale
Tuesday night at the Day Street
home of Mrs. Everett Brown. The
program marked the first of the
modern series and was given by Miss
Emily M. Adams, violinist; Miss
Thelma Lewis, soprano, and a trio
composed of Miss Adams, violin, Miss
Ruby Teinert, cello, and Miss Mary
Helen Munson, pianist.
Farol Davidson Honored
With Alice Martin Award
Farol Davidson, '33, vice-president
of Adelia Cheever House, has been
made the recipient of the Alice Mar-
tin Scholarship Award of $100 by the
board of governors of Adelia Cheever
House.
The award, which is made from
the Alice Martin Fund in possession
of the house, is given for excellency:
in scholarship and service to the
house. This is the twelfth time that
the award has been presented in the
last three years.
Club Displays Articles
At National Convention
The service department of the So-
cial Study Club has been honored by
having a number of its articles dis-
played at the national Red Cross con-
vention in Wasnington, D. C. The
sewing of the Ann Arbor group re-
ceived special commendation, it was
reported. 94 garments have been
made by the club and five of these
were taken to Washington.

Models finger waved
by BEATRICE BAIR
Beauty Shop

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