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May 03, 1933 - Image 5

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Where To Go

Suit Of 'Riviera Blue'
New Spring Paris N
PARIS, May 2.--P)'-Madami

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Selected 'For
League Affair
Dean Lloyd Will Speak At
Annual Banquet; Award
W. A. A. Honors
Invitations have been sent out for
patronesses of the Installation Ban-
quet to be held at 6 p. m. May 10
in the League, according to Marjorie
Oqstdyck, '35, chairman of patron-
esses. The banquet is to honor both
the new and old membiers of the
League and W.A.A. Board.
Those to whom invitations have
been sent are Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Byrl Bacher,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss Ellen B.
Stevenson, Miss Dorothy Ogborn, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Mary Stewart,
and Miss Marie Hartwig.
Dean Lloyd will speak at the ban-
quet, and Dr. Bell will present the
W.A.A. awards. These awards will
be given to women who have made
first teams. Letters will also be
awarded; they are given to women
who have earned 300 points or more
in sports.
At the same time, new members of
Mortar Board will be capped, accord-
ing to Josephine McCausey, '34, gen-
eral chairman.
The price of the tickets for the
banquet, as previously announced by
Lenore LeGendre, '34, chairman of
th tickets committee, is to be 75
cents. Following 'the usual custom,
as many members of sororities and
dormities as desire may attend.

Jane Cowl To Star Here in Dramatic Season

Carnival Scene


CamusB-'d .e
Tourna ent to
End Tomorrow,
Winners in the 'elimination con-
test of the Campus Bridge Tourna-
ment will play the finals tonight
and tomorrow night, according to
Marjorie Oostdyck, '35, chairman of
the tournament for the women, and
Allen McCombs, '35, chairman for
the men.
Tonights meeting will be held
at 7:30 in the Union, and tomor-
rows will be held at the same
time in the League. The play-
ers will use the duplicate system,
and -will rotate during the evening.
The winners will then be the team'
having the highest total score for
the two nights, McCombs said.
A sorority team, a fraternity team,
and independent teams for both men
and women, will be represented. The
tournaments to determine these
teams were held in early April for
the women's team, and for the men's
independent teamq The fraternity
winners were not decided until May
1, however.
Those who will play tonight are:
for Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Irma
Rantama, '34, and Carnelia Burwell;
for the independent women, Betty
King, '34, and Elizabeth Harris, '34;
for Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity,
Andrew Brumbaugh, E, and Richard
Becker, '33,E; for independent men,
Kenneth Hansma, '36L, and Irving
Frank, '36L.
The tournament at the Union to-
night is to be an added feature of
half-price night, according to John
Lederle, '33, president of the Union.
The contest has attracted a great
deal of attention since it is the first
of its kind to be held on the cam-
pus, and since the new system intro-
duced by John Mathes, League bridge1
expert, is being used.

Jane Cowl, regarded as the First Lady of the American stage, is
shown as she appears in the role of Viola in Shakespeare's "Twelfth
Night." Miss Cowl will play both "Twelfth Night" and Alexandre
Dumas' "Camille" in the Dramatic Season, to be presented from May
22 to June 21 in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Gay Mob Dressed
In Sensible Garb
Couples waiting on the steps of
the library, a tiny fellow towing a
six-footer and y e llin g, "Hurry,
hurry!" Sophisticated co-eds eyeing
classmates who glided by on skates,
high . school outnumbering Univer-
sity people-all of them expectant;
the skating carnival was beginning.
There were many styles of skating
in evidence. Three boys glided past
in -snake formation along a bamboo
pole. In the men's race more actual
running was seen than graceful
gliding. Fancy tricksters were al-
ternated with couples more inter-
ested in each other than the skating.
It was all in the rollicking spirit
of the carnival, and also very much
in the clothes one wore. Plus-fours,
corduroys, and sweaters predomi-
nated among the masculine partici-
pants. As for the women, wool
dresses and sweaters and skirts drew
the majority vote. To achieve- un-
usual grace, one "skatress" chose an
ensemble of grey and white, topped
by a three-quarter length cape.
Obviously old clothes were the wise
choice, and skirts were short,. com-
paratively. Many "ripped-out" hems
were being ruefully surveyed.
Spectators, of course, had a garb
all their own. Ruth Robinson, '34, in
charge of the affair, set the prece-
dent, selecting a brown skirt, a beige
blouse adorned with an orange and
brown scarf, and the ensemble com-
pleted by a brown turban and a
beige suede jacket.
Caffein Ini Coffee Is
Subject For Discussion
Two specialized topics far apart in
their interest-the physiological ef-
fects of caffein in coffee, and figur-
ines from archeological expeditions'
in Seleucia-were the subjects of
talks at the annual closing dinner of
the Women's Research Club of the
University, held Monday night in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
About 60 active, associate, and hon-
orary members of the club attended
the banquet, at which Mrs. Mary C.
Van Tuyl, president, presided. After
a short business meeting Dr. Kathryn
Horst, research worker for the W. K.
Kellogg Co., presented a preliminary;
report on research regarding the ef-
fects of caffein, and Dr. Wilhelmina
Van Ingen, research assistant in the;
Institute for Archeological Research,
discussed some figurines found in the
Waterman archeological collections.
WASHINGTON, May 2. - (A) -
Capes and jackets seem to be, more
and more, necessary parts of smart
evening gowns. A spring-like gown
of pink crepe being worn by Mrs.
Richard Ely, daughter-in-law of the
Governor of Massachusetts, has a
cape of the material with a collar
of white fox.
(formerly in the Arcae)
New Location, 300 South State St.
(Next to Mary Lee Shop)

Cab aret Thue
WAIl ~e Given,
By F oidAtion
The Hillel Foundation will hold its


annuai spring , rinal dance from 9 .1 to 5 p. m., Alumr
to 12 p. m. Saturday, May 6; ,in the :Thirty-five members of the Uni-
Grranid pids. rom . of the League. versity Women's Glee Club will leave
. by bus at 6 p. m. today for Blissfield
The ,dance will. be carried out in to present a-concert there. The con- RU DO
zabaret style with , entertainment ccrt-will be held at 8:15 -p. m. in the BEAUT
which ,will be supplied by various Methodist church, and will be fol-
talented students,. lowed by na reception in honor of the
Al Cowan's; orchestra; will furnish vf ltng artists. SPECIAL TI
the music during the evening.Tickets The program, includes- various Fi ', d
will be $1.50 a couple. Mi'riam Atran, roups f college songs hits from FichsDancru-
'5, social chairman of the founda- Junior Girls' :Plays and Michigan Shampoo & Fir
tion, is in charge of the , plans for operas, popular tsongs; and several Manicure
the dance. Dan Tucker, '34, will act numbers by the University- Women's Eyebrow Arch
as chairman of.tickets. Reservations trio, Maxihe -Maynard, '35, Lucille $7.50 NaturellI
may be made ahead of time by.cell- Lucas; '34SM, andBetty Fagg, '33Ed. gnole permane
ing Miss Atran- at 21156, or Tucker, The feature number of the~ evening
it was announced. It will alsobepos.will be Chaminade' "Evening Prayer Personality h
sitle to secure, th w als e d o s- In Brittany," it was announced. Albert, former
John A. Silberman, '34, is in charge Ruby Peinert, '34S', will be in- Miner, Detroit
of the entertainment and will act strumental soloist; and Leah M.
as master of ceremonies. A large Lichtenwalter, '33SM, will be vocal hone
number of people is expected to at- solist at the Soncert. Noia Crane
tend, as this affair has become a Hunt, of the School of Musc, dirc 207-8 Mich.
well-known tradition during the past tor of the club, will accompany them
fewv years. Miss Atran announced '

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haircutting by
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that it would be preferable to reserve
tables in advance.
Styl-esGive Shoulers
BI-road Effect; Skirts Slim
PARIS, May 2.--4P-Broad should-
-ers, serri-high waists and slender,
sten-like skirtswmark the spring
styles launched by Schiaparelli for
Tucks, fur and cartridge pleated
upper slheves are used on coats to
broaden shoulders two inches on each
side, thereby slenderizing the rest of
the figure.

Combine These
For Summer Wear

Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Ras- alta Ramos (the former Millicei
)utin: .Majestic, "Payment Perfer- Rogers) wears a suit of "Riviei
red;", Wuerth. "Hello Everybody." blue" wool this spring.
Cncerts: Paliner Christian, Uni-
versity. organist, 4:15 p. m., Hill Au- Auditorium: Prof. S. A. Courtiso
ditorium-. the education school, "Social ary
Lectures: Maj. James A. Bagley, Civic Responsibilities of the Marri
an illustrated lecture on Aerial Pho- Couple," 8 p. m.. Lane Hall.
tography,7:30 p. m., Natural Science Debate: Michigan vs. Indiana,
,~. - ~ -p. in. Hill Auditorium.
Co erToie BExhibitionSelected paintings fron
MOethe forty-fifth annual artists exhibi
31em ersOf lee Ch}b tion from the Chicago Art Institutc

Faeulty And Rushing Dinners
Planned By Sorority Groups


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Several dinners are being given by,
sororities this week. Rushing parties
are being given by some houses, and
one is entertaining members of the
faculty. -
Delta Gamma will entertain at a
formal faculty dinner tonight. The
guests will include Mr. and Mrs. R.
A, Winnacker of the history depart-
mnent, Prof. Arthur Van Duren of the
German department and Mrs. Van
Duren, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marek-
wardt of the English department, Dr.
H. B. Calderwood of the political
science department, B. W. Wheeler of
the history department, Dr. and Mrs.
E. G. Johnston of the education
school, and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Stau-
bach of the Spanish department.
Alpha Chi Omega honored Mrs.
AlcClusky at dinner Monday night.
Election of officers was held by
Collegiate Sorosis last Monday. The
officers for next year are; president,
Margaret Allen, '34, vice-president;
Mary Paul, '35, recording secretary;
Yvonne Watson, '34.
The members of Alpha Omicron
Pi wish to announce the pledging of
Virginia Matthews, '35, of Ann Ar-
bor, and Jean Durham, '35, of Cor-
Four guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner tonight given by
the members of Sigma Kappa soror-
ity. The decoration scheme of sweet

peas and green tapers will be arrang-
ed by Lucille E. Jotter, '34.
Eight guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner Thursday evening
at the Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Table
decorations will consist of spring
flowers and tapers.
Alpha Epsilon Iota sorority held
initiation ceremonies Saturday after-
noon, followed by a formal banquet
at the home of Mrs. L. W. Oliphant,
Barton Hills. The newly initiated
are: Esther Johnson, Spec., Mary Ar-
nold, '36M, Rosalind Ebersbach,
'36M, Anne Bosma, '36M, Marion
Slemons, '36M, Isabel Wolfstein, M,
Ruth Karpinski, Grad., Vera Do-
broudjanska, M, Uahibe Remzi, '35M,
Lillian Schulski.
CHARLEROI, Pa., May 2.-(OP)-
Annoyed by complaints, Constable
Joseph Andrews announced a "clean-
up" of moonlight spooning parties
on country lanes in' his bailiwick.
He set out in his automobile and
passed summonses to 10 couples. No-
body showed up in court. Then he
happened to look at his automobile.
Across the back was painted a neat
"Never mind summons; only a
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