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SUNDAY, APRIL 30,~ 1933

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3A nntual Party
leinbers Approximately 130 tickets for the
Architects' Annual May Party Fri-#
W-e -r;nd , ay, May 5, have been sold, CharlesI
Burroughs, '33A, chairman of the


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[~rritesEntertain I11
2y eWFaculty Thi's

lff ieers I' AyC"
Old And Nevi= Birds To
Be Guests At iianpiet
For Both GrcmDps
May 10 has been announced a-s the
date for the co-operative Tnst,-,ia-
tion. Banquet to be held nor newp
officers of the League and of WV. A. A.,
according to Josephine Mc %ausey,j
'34, co-chairman of the banquet.
Catherine Rentschler, '33Ed., hasj
been chosen to act as chairman for
the W. A. A. part of the program, and
Miss McCausey for the League. The
price of the banquet will be 75 cents.
All sorority members as well as mzany
dormitory residents will attend.
Committees announced by the
chairman are, for the League : Lenore
LeGendre, '34, chairman of tickets;
Jeannette Detwiler, '34, chairman of
tables; and Marjorie Oostdyk, '35,
chairman of patronesses committee.
Those chosen for W. A. A. are : Bea-
trice DeVine, '35, chairman of tickets,
and Mary Marshall, '33E, chair uann
of patronesses. Other committee an-
nouncements will be made later, Mliss
Rentschler said.
Guests of the banquet wil be the
'old and new boards of both the
League and W. A. A. At this time the
new officers will formally take over
their duties. It is also the occasion
for the capping of new members of
Mortar Board.
Hzouse Dnee,

' mroa- deal of activity was
Ibsw~ -.nd ac, many sm ft e ro:ul
.~.~~r~ict~xnrsare being
... .. E ;. f fIie ortl'ity mre
~ u~di g UQY: vc k-endou
>a~y Moriy, '2, and R'
-axsiirc. DU'otspent Thur
ni; i t a . h sorrity. Const
cy,\-3. i visigin Grosse
over the week-end. Roberta Dill:
:r~, Jean Fau Y r, '34, Dorothy Sr.
'33. Dorothy Hood, '35, and V
Link, '34, are spending the week
in Detroit.
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained
patronesses' dinner recently Wed
day night at the chapter house.
guests were Mr's. Myra Upham,
jWilliama Angell, and Mr. and
H irsch Hootkins.
~ ~aKappa will entertain
I- z--lty, tea this afternoon.

Ly at
c iven
T .ers
iat of

-rter' ain, several members of the fac- finance committee, said last night.

<Aty at a tha this afternoon. Mr's.
Thero S. an~ford, mfrs. 11. 1. See-
iy, Mtrs. Cyi us C. Sturgis and Mrs.
C. D. T .Irpe will pour. Spring flow-
-,s and tapers -will make up the dec-
ration scheme.
Kappa Dc!' a entertai ned four
guest, at a rushing skat ing party
yesterday alf.lno 3n. Thcy skated to
the League for tea. Pive guests wiil
be entertained at a rushing dinner
today. Table decorattions wii consist
of spring flowvers and yellow tapers.

The limit of 150 was expected to be-
sold by Monday. Since last Thurs-
day tickets have been on generalt
campus sale.
Eight panels of wierd modernistic}
cartoons patterning the wvorks of the,
famnous Polish artist. Szukalski, Zvill
line the wails of the League Grill
Room where the party will be held.
The color scheme will depend mostly
upon startling reds, biac cs, and yel-

-CU~l -In the center of the dancing area
AlIpha E-psilon MU !an internally - illuminated square9
at a i oH l ~ from floor to ceiling will furnish the
Jnes- Is10 ol orml main source of lighting which Wally
The ______WXilson, .'33A.,, in charge of decora-3
Mrs. Alpha Chapter of Alpha EpsilonE tions, describes as "extremely subtle."
Mrs. Mu. national hooray musical fra- Illuminated silhouettes will cover the
ternity, will hold its first annual east wall.
spring formal Friday, May 5th, in the informal costumes depending upon
at a Alumnae Room of the League. The the wearer's imagination will be
Mrs. S Gtevedres dance band will provide; worn. The name of the party, "aim-

"Ove'r the Counter" Sale
c+Course Tickets' begins'
So., May 6, at.9. A .M.
x'14 he School of Music.
1. Wednesday Evening, 8:15-May 17
Nines Koiiietz.. ... Soprano
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Fredcericyk:stock ..Conductor
Over:1 u, e to "'Russiatn and
!:u1nilla" ....................G11nksm
riat crom "x :ss~ian and
Nina Koshetz
Troiw Poem,. "Thus Spake Zara-
tliu:Antr," Op. 30............Straws
Aria. "Letter Scene" from
"Eug'n te Onegin".......Tehalkovsky
Ali.s Kowhtz
Symphony No. 12, G' minor,
Op. 35 ....... ..... ......lashovsky
Songs and D:ances of' Death,
-Miss Koshertz
polka and Fugue, from "Sch wmnda,
the 13a-pipe-Player" ...Wcinbergei'
11. Thuzrsday Evening, 9:15-May 18
Chase Baroeco .. .. .....Bass
Ja scha Heifetz ... Violinist
Plmer Christian . , Organist
University Choral Union
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Earl V. {Moore and
Frederick Stock .. Conductors
In the I'cry Hill, ............... Bax
aria, "ConfLutatis AMaledictis" from
".Til>? Man., oni Raquiei........ Vehrdi
Chase Baromeo
"D elshav ..ar's Feast.........Walton
M1r. 13a romea, Chorus, O)rchestra, Organ
Conert'o for Violin, D> major.
015. 7........ ..........Drahms
IaSClma 1~eifet z
111. Friday Afternoon, 2:30-May 19
Rose Bamipton . . . . Contralto
Orchestra Accompaniment
d-utig q Peope's Festival
Jluvo Higbee and
Eric Delamarger .. Conductors


Miss iPegg'y i vme st c ieo'I~t ~'a'r :"; h
Dramatic etvlto e 'sci' ''.nM;Wy i'(,'Itruh
esau has played wIth onPwr 1 t"Lu:t u. U~ A i"h
A p e C r, <, b You XWednesday" a , ~ ~ i' c;

Chatlc~s W. Cock will preside at the
s:; table. A decoration scheme of yel-
icev roses and green tapers has been
)Ilanled by Agnes Robinson, '34.
A r-ed and silver theme planned by
L^ ?a Marx, '33, wvill feature the fac-
ilty tea to be given by Theta Phi
- >this afternocn. Roses and sil-
Vcr apo's xwill carry out the color
FWilliam A. McLaughlin, pa-1
~ro~" will assist Mrs. Maude C.
TIIc rnpson!, house mo'Ler, at the tea
Four members of Zeta Tau Alpha
ar-e in Detroit this week-end attend-
ng the Pan-Hellenic Ball. They are
L~lia Hendricks, '33, Helen Brenner,
33, Margaret Bartholic, Grad., andj
Dorothl'ea Boger, '33. Marian Robin-
son. '32, and Grace Hamilton, '31,II
r-tioit, are visiting the chapter
3cusc this week-end.
,at onesses of the sorority enter-
mined recently at a progressive din-
uie fcr members of the house.
Delta Zeta announces the pledging
cfi Mat'y L. Simpson, '35, Ann Arbor;{
j* ret Mc~hee, '36, Ann Arbor; and
:c.-at 2 Lavender, '36, Newberry, Mich.!
DT;jqielta Zeta women are out-
ow- cn_; ifr the xveek-end. Gertrude '
Jaiseg.- '33 'wiil be the guest ofj
'~~cthHurd, flint. and Helen L.
Cd: . L hs gone to Detroit.
Me~be'sof Alpha Xi Delta will


Mark Week-EndDlcaePi!
Purples Tiem £sti °
Beta Theta Pi fraternity en ter- I4'rE ei
tained a large number of guests at;For v "y
its annual spring formal Friday
night. Bill Marshall's orchestra Although) daytime cioshesr.
p l a y e d . a t t h e d a n c e , w h i c h w a s c h a p - ; t h e m a y r n d bo r.a d M r . H r c d a - e onHa h A o g t e g u s s w r e c rii _ r t o i v a
Kahrn crgr 3,GyMyr -,'34, Catherine McHenry, '34, Bernice; of cnor
Wetherald, '35, Myrtle Cooper, '34, - ~I,_,u lis . ' c
Betty Aigler, '35, Betyh eee,'34;,vrws Oco. h
Doris Clarke, '33, Mildred osa '35, do e c(~ac~ >
Many Ferris, '35, Helen Ma4cDonald, i fullne, b i:cn
'35, Mary Paul, '35, Marie; Mvurphy, ly aon h a! n '
'35, Eloise Moore, '36, Grace Unger, fortanl, xo ii't -ia 1
'36, Edith Ferrin, '36, and Jean Perry, Anothci' l- n-
'36. print ina_ ju K~

the music. Wellington B. Huntley, plicissimus,"' indicates the smart bo-
'34, is in charge of arrangements and hem'ian air that is a feature of the
Tickets. annual party. Dancing will be from
Patron: and xfirncses are Maivor 9 b. m. t~o 2 D.m.and supper will'



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Robert A. Campb_-ll, Dr. Charles A. be served from 10 p. m. to 12 mid-i
Sink and Mrs. Sink, Prof. Earl V. night.{
Mcore and Mrsi. Moore, Prof. DavidI A floor show by freshmen andj
Mattern, and Mrs. Mattern, Prof". sophomore architects is being ar-
Joseph E. Maddy and Mrs. Maddy, !ranged tinder the direction of Charles
Prof. Hanns Pick, Prof. Nicolas Fal- Suter, Spec. A, chairman of the en-
cone and Mrs. Falcone, Prof. Joseph tertainment committee.
B~rinkman and Mrs. Brinkman, and Acodn!oWlla .Bdrs
Prof. Otto J. Stahl.iAcrig oWlim .Bdrs
The fraternity consists of students ; 33A, general chairman, the cost has
who are interested in music and mu-j been cut to $1.50 per couple in ac-
sical activity and ranks among its' cordance with general campus senti-
members many well known artists; ment for lower-priced dances. He
who have appeared here in May Fes-E urged those who have not yet bought
tovals and concer'ts, their tickets to do so immediately
______________ and cited the sellouts of the last
i I few campus functions.
Helen :Newberry Residence enter-I
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Ras- tamned guests -at an iniormal faculty~
putin and the Empress;" Majestic, dinner recently. Guests were Prof.1
: Secrets;" Wuerth, "Farewell to; Arthur Boak and Mrs. Boak, Prof.
Arms." George Ehlers and Mrs. Ehlers, Prof.
Dramatic Performances: "The Val- Frank Blanchard and Mrs. Blanch-
iant," Wesley Hall Players, 6 p. in., ;ard., Prof. Eugene Rovillain, and Mr.
Wesley Hall.I and Mrs. William Steere.
Concert: Michigan Symphony Or- - -___________
chestra, David Mattern conducting,1
4:15 p. in., Hill Auditorium. THE FIFTH AV ENU E
Meeting In Cleveland ; COSMETIC SHOD
g fr- i ntAcd)onoring Mliss Eastman New Location, 300, South State St.
(Next to Mary Lee Shop)
CLEVELAND, 0., April 24.-A
seis of meetings are being held in '' --
Cle velan d h o n o rin g p eo p le w h a r ! atp+c~ 1 isii m r . n v w n i i v. r"- A A I A O 1 iiI


Guests from Ann Arbor included

had a ::

Harriet Heath, Cornelia Arnos and ' sleeve";'c,
Juanita Tracy. Among those from' fullny
outstate were Dorothy Seens, Mar- ,vhc-ro
garet Tolle, Josephine Wilcox and weirh:..
T ~lorence Milner, all of Detroit, M\yr a '>
Nelson, Saginaw, Opal MoRead ,y,evr
Flit, and Phyllis Reynolds, Alpena,. -
Phi Lambda Kappa frater'nity (,rm''
tertained the following guests attef ei-
informal radio dance Friday night: jc
Seyril Schochen, '36, Jane Gers m an, tiny a
'36, Frances Zwirnbaum, '36, Sylvia rn1i
Bubis, '36, Minnie Kaufman, Evelyn it cO
Cohen, and Jeannette Cohen, and' prinr2(
Sophia Rosenzweig, Detroit; Lillian buttsa
Djerstein, Dayton, 0., and Esther Ey
Feingold, Ypsilanti. Irving Kurtz, on e'..
Blrooklyn;. Max Beitman, Detroit; cpin
and Joe Klein, Ann Arbor, were also it'U 's
guests. Dr. Daniel Budson and Mrs. cic
Budson of Ann Ar'bor and Dr. R. L. tra r
Altman, and Mrs. Altman of Detroit c:f tt i
chaperoned the party. bniu

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~itweTry;Outs For
gr i Monday
'gr-ots orentecrt ainment fea-
I yae at _theresh ;man Lantern
Da -nce vii be held from 4 to 6
m. n. oorrow in the ballroom of
t Ch eaa. Those freshman
woi_"T.n sihi to try out are me-
ta aeo t ax'o some skit, song, or
dace pr yerd for presentationi
a, himtie. The central commit-
'itcc, otpsdof Margaret Bla-
la ,. hra, Jean Seeley, assis-
ui.t chaila nrl, Hazel Hanlon,
\vi -fi'ed -'ell, and Nina Pollock,
;\ ill be in c;hare.

t sill living, TLeCsecUond meeting
which took place recently was a trib-
ute to Miss Linda Eastman, head of
the large Cleveland library system.
!Miss Eastman was introduced by
Charles F. Thwing, ex-president of
Western Reserve University.
A graduate dance was held last
knight from 9 p. m. until midnight in
the Wome n's Athletic Building. Miss
-Marie Hartwig and Mr. G. L. Jensen
..-_ -._ at the affair.

buy gifts at hut zet's


MAA TA ] 1L 7 U I
My orchestra is available for
dances May 13 or 20th
Dance Piano Lessons, $1.50
Studio: University Music House
No Charge for Interviews
You can make a lasting vocal,
piano, or instrumental record
at my studio for 75c.
Phone for Appointment


Stylus For Skaters
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Overturo, 'The Marriage of
Figaro" .................... Mozart
Ariat. ''Chic faro scrim iridice"
from " Oric cd Etiridice"...Gluck
Symphony "Oxford" in G
Gro;~Th of Son1gs :
Country Gardens .............Grainger
"The Little Dust Man" ........ Brahms
Young People's Festival Chorus
Aria., "It est Doux, 11 est Bon"
from 'Herodiade ...........Massanet
Miss Framp ton
"Elegy andi Waltz" from Seren-
ade for Strings... ......Tchaikovsky
Cantata: "Spring Rapture ........ Gaul
IV. Friday Evening, 8:15=-May 19
Grete Stueckgold ... . Soprano
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock ... Conductor
Itichard Wagner 1813-1883
"The Flying Dutchman"
Si'nta's Ballad
Grete Stuleekgold
Bacchanale (Paris Version) and Finale
front the Overture
Elizabeth's Prayer
j Mmne. Stueckgold
"Tristan and Isolde"
Selections front Act III
Arrang-ed for concert performance by
Frederick Stock)
"Rhine ;old"
Fmale-.Enrtance of the Gods
Mine. Stiteckgold
Siegfried in the Forest
Song of the Rhine Maidens
Sieg fried's Death and Funeral March
V. Saturday Afte- noon, 2:30-May 20
Guy Mier and
Lee Pc tti ~on.. . Pianists
Chicago Syrnphony Orchestra
Fiec!d, ck S..ock -Conductor
Ox'crturt' to '"Tte Inipiovis-
atoc........ ................ 'Albert
mfrn phony No. 1, F minror. Op.
3 ...........................Sibelluis
Cc c~ni'o in C mmi.'.tNo. 1, for
'rwo Pisum.13 :utl Strinigs.........Bach
ClIf- Maier and lI'e Pattison
"'Natchez-on-tiie-ill" (Three Virginian
-Op. 30................Powell
"~ta,'King 12.tme:-e.''for
'W0 .~ipauo-'. and orchestra..Sowerhy
Mr'. M~aier' and M'r.1Pattison
V1. Saturday Evening, 8:15-May 20
Leonora Corona ..... Soprano
Rose Bas-pton ..... Contralto
Frederick Jagel-------Tenor
John Charles Thomos.Baritone
Chase Baromeo......... Boss

ca se of tEll yV .F.14.; a.l1.

As Fad IncreasesE
-This skating fad has so un doubted
ly become one of the mainineet
in the life of every up and coming!
co-ed that it has even beven included'
in the all important problern of what
to wear. The main question at hand
is:, How to be distracting in more'
than one way when skating? The
ouitf'it'Lfor this recreation must be
, eriviceable, but wveteher it is good-
look-ing depends on the weatier's abil-
ityk to look snappy-, in sport cl'othes.
aIfthe monhy heck canstand
scuff'ed toes and heels, by aill moans
'bring out spring golf shoes with
thick soles, or buckskin "flap" ox-
fords. If you're economnical, wear!
your oldest lowv heeled Qshoes..

Zt a Pi Eta, ,aa cotat n
brii t n -v s -
'' xnr t 11 Go to ih 2:. 0 0
Amonc i hatrieata:xb
be held1, inue i Yc oa >
and olca ecao am:eL-
(3endre. '-.Rt oria-3.L-
elyit Woifet'33 hii n.'

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We wvould even say that
such as the charming kid-

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it means more if
sent in a hutzel gift box

And these sensible shoes often Gr-ad. itBikxiiP
treat stockings in a disastrou~s man- ' ng oleintipa eM
ner, for ?what 4failing osntdo to gat,e tcIapeOl
th, tos}tesheviifihat the,.-
heels. There are heel protect ors that
help, and ankle ,ocics add a gay nte h4O lCb
i' l a d n in t . . ' th.Skirts are pro bably t h e vw ise° I
choice for the enseminble. Be the; Offeisorh( rw
weather what it mfay, it is simple chtosen v '-1tyb ~

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