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April 29, 1933 - Image 5

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Teas And Suppers
Fill Social Program


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First Of Spring
Formals Begin
At Fraternities
Psi Omega Holds Alumni
Dinner; PhiKappa Sigma
Gives Week-End Party

Sophomii ore Award
Wll Be Ainnoinef
Two members of Theta Sigma Phi.
jnational honorary professional jour-
nalistic sorority, were recently ap-
pointed to a committee to award a
cup to the sophomore woiiman doing
the most outstanding work on publi-
cations. Marjorie Beck, '34, and Bea-
trice Collins, '34, will serve on the
Five women were recently initiated
into the sorority. They are Vera Er-
win '34, Beatrice Collins, '34, Doris
Campbe:l, '34, Mabel Kamm, '34, and
M4aIrjorie Beek,. '34.

Fraternity parties will attract
many out-of-town guests this week-
Psi Omega fraternity will hold its
annual alumni banquet tonight at
the chapter house. Plans have been
made for the return of 150 alumni
who will be entertained during the
afternoon with golf matches on the
University course, baseball ganies,
and horseback riding. Dr. A. C.
Thompson, head of the dental de-
partment of the Detroit Board of
Health, will be guest speaker at the
banquet and Dr. S. B. Fontaine; head
of the College of Physicians and Sur-
geons of San Francisco, will give a
paper on the medico-legal aspects
of dentistry.' Others who will attend
include Dr. Ralph S. Moyer, Dr. Wil-
liani. S. James, Dr. Corwin R. Wright,
Dr. M. Davos Mackay, and Dr. Carl
R. Anderson.
Phi Kappa 'Sigma fraternity is
holding its annual house party this
week-end. The guests attended the
Military Ball after a formal dinner-
dance last night and the party will
conclude with dinner Sunday. The
patrons are Dr. M. R. McGarvey and
Mrs. McG arvey. David S. Culver,
'33E, is in charge of arrangements.
Guests from out of town are: Mar-
garet Roth of Saginaw; Mary Alice
Rigg and Dorothy Smith of Chicago;
Geraldine Wirth of Buffalo; Dorothy
Hagedorn of Dayton, 0.; Louise
Mackey of Galien, 0.; Margaret
Krieghoff of Grosse Pointe. Others
include Edith Searle, '36, Jean Shaw,
'36, Frances Heston, '35, and Dorothy,
Jones, '35.
Oile of the first of the spring
formals was held last night at Sigma#
Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The chap-
erons were Mr. and Mrs. Clark Tib-
bits, James O'Neill, and Mr. and Mrs.1
Wrilliam Carlson. Guests were Janice

S12New Meinbers Are
Taken b o Black Quill
Twelve women have been initiated
into Black Quill, women's honorary
literary society, it was announced
yesterday. The chapter membership
is'llmited td 25. The newly-initiated
rneibers are Josephine 'Hadley, '35,
Frances Carney, '36, Cecily Selain,
'34, Helen Le'vison, '35, 'Glendora
Gosling, '33Ed., Margaret Jondro,
'33, Lucille Wood, '34Ed., Lora Sims,
'36, Dorothy Gies, '36, Elizabeth Al-
len, '36, Violet Churlock, '36, and
Elizabeth Chapman, 36.
Gillete and Genevieve Hoff of Howell,
Evelyn Lehman, "33, Alice Cleveland
and Barbara Scott of Ann Arbor,
Harriette Knight, '35, Marie Stoetz-
iner, '33, Dorothy Utley, '36, Betty
Wunsch, '35, Mary Browne, '33, Ruth
Gerzic and Janet La Moitte of New
York, Jacqueline Francoeur of New
Orleans, Ellen Bicknell of Muskegon,
Jeanette Detwiler, '34, Jean Hen-
ning, '34, Vinselle Bartlett, '34, Ruth
Bosse, '35, Marion Giddings, '34,
Emily Howland of Newport, R. I.;
Winifred Pike, '35, Margairet Culver,
'35, Molly Temple, '36, Virginia Lane
of Highland Park, Mich.; Norma Lou
Cone, Dorothy Roth, '36, Anne Kash-
line, Tacoma, Wash; I na McCor-
mnic of Ann Arbor, Hele Farley, '36,
Maro~aret Wygant and Barbara Jack-
son of' Birmingham, Mich.; Jane
# Fauver, '34, Doris Otte of Bloom-
field Hills, Harriet WhieY'35, Nolda
McCambly, '34, Janet Alen, '33, and
Linda Grace Brittenbaijer of Cleve-

Martial Note, Spring Gowns Are 'Word Bridge1
Picturesqu e At Military Ball Tournament To
War-time decorations and khaki! the fabric and the graceful folds Begin iM onday,
uniforms with shining gold insignia alone, is the main effect claimed by
ani glittering leather intermingled the all-white evening gown. Pauline Exact Bidding And Play
with fragile summer formals to pro- Scheidt of Ann Arbor, escorted by CM
duce a picturesque and colorful ef-FWillcount More Than
feet last iht at the yilitary Bgll.e licity committee, lwore a grecian-like Total Score Or Points
Thehall was led by Amy Dodge, gown of white chalk crepe with
3E issey Dodge as Dond .nighl, rhinestone straps that crossed in Contestants in the Ann Arbor
33E. Miss Dodge was rowned in pale front of the bodice and came around World Bridge Olympics will break
e lace dottwi inestonesan to fasten in back. White was also the seals on the specially-prepared
Efeang a Csmselbowk, h chape t choice of Jean Hanmer, '36, guest hands and begin the second World
man of decorationks, escoed chair of Terill Newman, '36, committee Bridge Olympic at exactly 8:01 p. m.
mn of ecoation, escorte'Mrs. member. Miss Hanmer's gown was Monday, May 1. The playing will
was trc y ' Onen a og regal satin, with a short train, take place in the Ethel 'Fountain
frock of smoky grey chin f o w A bright print in black and red Iussey Room, according to Miss
was the unusual frock of Mary Gar- Ethel McCormick, social director of
Dorothy Hagedorn of Dayton, 0., rettson; '35, who was escorted by the League.
was the guest of Herbert Roosa, 33, Robert S. Fox, '36E, of the tickets Players in 44 different countries
committee member. Miss Hagedorn 'committee. are expected to break the seals on
chose a cool-looking gown of White A clever combination of sheer the same 16 hands at the same time.
chiffon polka-dotted writh black.A
Amfon theotkerdottd owithguestk.beige lace and chiffon was worn by I The national committee, composed
Among the other out-of-town guests Della Upledger, Detroit, guest of Wil- of the Culbertsons, Harold S. Van-
was Marian Werth of Detroit, who am Bird, '35E. And we noticed derbilt, Commander Liggett, Milton
arrived with Joseph C. Wagner, a33E, Kathleen Fry, Adrian, in a billowy Work, Michael Gottlieb, and other
committee member, and who wore a f'rock of blue organdy, the guest of experts, has already determined the
gany embroidered ith small white Byron Vedder, '33. bidding and playing "pars" on the
yt Lace as a whole was quite promi- hands. The contest, according to a
flowers. e as h e letter sent out by the National
Pale pastel flower shades seemed nent last night. We noticed one Bridge Committee; is one of exact
to be the most popular spring color gown of flmry black lace and chiffonBrdeCmitisoefexc
worn by Catherine Winchester, 35A, bidding and play rather than total
with an emphasis on various tones who was escorted by Douglas Mc- score or match points.
of sunset pink. Bann Timmons, '36,' Duga; '33E. In the same party was In addition to the $10,000 platinum
who arrived with 'John C. Healy, '35' DgaLd '34 aety was trophies, there will be state, prov-
publicity chairman, was gowned in ;Grace Leadbetter, '34, guest of Wil- ice, and local prizes for the win-
pink royal crepe, cut on the bias, a la i et ners of the Ann Arbor contest.
and trimmed with silver beading wore a delicate gown of pink net. The fee, according to the Ann
around the neckline and decollete. Arbor committee, is to be $1 per per-
And a glowing effect. was gained by NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE son. Players will remain at one table
the use of light ecru lace over pink The Michigan' Central Railroad will playing against the same opponents
crepe worn by Marila Howland, '34, introdut.e a: new schedule, intended I all evening.
who was the 'guest of William . to speed up the service, tomorrow, Entries may be made in the con-
Sabom, '34, committee member, ticket agent B. W. Holden has an- test by calling either Miss McCor-
Simplicity of line, depending on 1nounced. mick, or John C. Mathes, game cap-

The beginning of the spring sea-
son 'is marked by sorority teas and
suppers. Spring rushing parties are
novel affairs, in keeping with the
trend towardjig-saw puzzles and
Alpha Delta Pi will entertain five
guests at a rushing buffet supper
Sunday-night. Red tulips and black
tapers will ornament the table.
Martha Xlandlin. '29, Mt. Clem-
ens, is spending the week-end at the
sorority. Phyllis Williams, Spec., is
viiing in Toledo for the week-end,
and June Slate, 3 is staying in De-
Mrs. Roy Cowden will entertain
the senior members of Alpha Xi
Delta at a luncheon today.
Collegiate Sorosis will entertain
200 members of the faculty at tea
Sunday afternoon at the chapter
house. Those who will receive are
Virginia Taylor, '33, president of the
sorority, Mrs. H. M. Roberson, chap-
eron, Mrs. Herman Kleen, and Mrs.
J. G. Hays. Mrs. M. W. Wheeler, Mrs.
Rene Talamon, Mrs. Herbert Sadler,
and Mrs. E. N. Durfee will pour.
Yellow flowers 4in a black bowl will
decorate the dining-room table, while
spring flowers will be used through-
out the rest of the house.
-Mary McCall, '32, of Bradford, Pa.,
will be the guest of Delta Delta Delta
for the week-end.
Gamma Phi Beta announces the j
pledging of Wilzha' Kinney, Wednes-
day. The sonority 'entertained five
guests' at a rushing tea Thursday.
Roses and sweet peas flanked by pink
tapers formed the center piece.
Bridge and jig-saw puzzles furnished
the amusements.
tain. Other members of the Ann Ar-
bor commiittee are Miss Helen Hartz,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cissel. ;

Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "From
Hell to Heaven"; Majestic, "Secrets";
Wuerth, "Wild horse Mesa."
ExYhibits: Ann Arbor Art Associa-
-ion presents selected paintings from
the Forty-Fifth Annual American
Art Exhibit "from the Chicago Art
Institute, 1 to .5 p. m., Alumni Me-
morial Hall.
Dancing: League Grill: Union
Ballroom: Penny Carnival, Barbour
Gymnasium; Graduate Students,
(Womens Athletic Building,
Cosmnopolitan Club
Will Present Play
"Salitri, or Love Conquers Death,"
a 5,000-year-old play, will be pre-
sented at the meeting of the Cos-
mopolitan Club at 8 p. m. today in
Lane Hall by the Hindustan Club.
Mathura Nadkarni, Grad., presi-
dent of the Hindustan Club, will di-
rect the play and is arranging the
program. Mary C. Kim, '338M, will
sing a melody of her own composi-
tion and Mrs. Charles Koella will
sing songs in several languages.
Refreshments will be served. Mem-
bers and their friends are cordially
invited and there is a 10-cent ad-
mission charge for non-members, it
was announced.
5 5

Free Make-Up Service and Advic
The Fifth Ave. Cosmetic Shop
300 South State Street
(1 door from Mary Lee Candy Shop)


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April 24, 1933

Pincipe s
The Government has put its stamp of
approval upon this bank, assuring
depositors that funds deposited here
are worth one hundred cents on the
dollar. Security of savings is of ut-
most importance. Save part of your
income regularly . open your
account here today.


in 29

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thosads ofdollars to push our poles back out of the way} r pov urcodui
mahoes.ns-fuldw oe ie n The Big City often asks us to puldwpoelisanptth
wirhoes.~ta ot plenty! Taxes in the city compared with the
coeunydisricud-nda ots are a scandal. Andconr isrcse have never dodged taxe5s--.not ee h
pesnlpoety tax. Don't f'orget for a minute that lapacte toe--e
re only ylecting them fr tht There is no pl
axe money he aexceptitesout of our business, and th.at means you.
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tax money except Latyerweuswt
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r- - t o ┬▒pt replace.blown fuses."W k ,Qline

'new iron: cords in

about half0o.Usa v --
for burned-out and blackened lamp an ave out and
plac of w-orn ones. Our repair men were ready night a oe
place o n We have never claimed credit for fxeutrv Cers
in any emergency. large volume, we provide these services tour Customersa
unThiS cost is included in the rate youpayf
When you have occasion for a service man,yoknwtre p'Ci it1
ain until an Edison man is at your door. a day
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rugs, operates clocks accurately to the sp liances arebaltteis1
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days,hand do most ofsthetleosunh ehei '
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