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SUNDAY, MAY 7,1933 THE MICHIGAN D AI LY

PAGE FIVE

M~n ttatv CAM PUS SOCIETY

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Deliogitful Spring Formals Seen
At Dormlitorsy, Sorority Daiiees

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Many Attractive
Gowns Seen At
Architects' Ball
'Dresses Of Formal And
Informal Line Mingled
With Bright Costumes
Against a background of weird de-
signs, colorful costumes mingled with
attractive gowns, of both formal and
informal line last night at the Ar-
chitects' May party in the League
Grill.
Fewer students each year follow
the custom of fancy dress for the
dance, but the faculty appeared rep-
resenting a veritable league of Nations
with costumes from all countries. One
couple, however, were seen in the
dress of the early Twentieth Century,
and another couple chose to play the
part of a Swiss yodler and his fair
maid.
Formal gowns were more in evi-
dence on the dance floor. Ann Mit-
chell chose a white crepe with soft
lines; Georgina Carlson, pink lace;
and Elizabeth Kantor, white satin
simply fashioned. The unusual buckle
of Ruth Kurtz, dress of blue crepe
was particularily interesting, while
it was Virginia Chapman's white
satin turban that set off her blue
dress.,

Rose Hobart To Appea r In Dramatic Festival

Katherine

McGregor,

attendingI

with one of the committeemen, wore I
a smart white sport suit with a red
blouse and neckerchief. A grey and Rose Hobart, beautiful stage a
white print was used in Marie Metz- Violet Herning and Tom Powers i
ger's dress and Barbara Rose appear- "Springtime for Henry," to be prese
ed in a bright green crepe. Dramatic Season in the Lydia Mei
A small red and white checked ma-
terial fashioned in soft lines set off Alph , wi
with a unique gold clasp and buckle S 1
was selected by Marie Abbott. Ruth
Lininger's gown featured simplicity Phi Ka-Iwa I l
in brown and white georgette. Mar- PKa
jorie Arnold wore a green crepe with
a striking arrangement of gold se- Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Nu, and Phi
quins on the sleeves, carrying out the Kappa fraternities h e 1 d formal
scheme with gold earrings, dances last night. Phi Mu Alpha en-
The most outstanding white mess tertained at a dinner before the
jacket present was the one worn by dance. Each fraternity attracted
Nedra Alexander which had immense out-of-town guests as well as Ann
sleeves. Wine taffeta similarily cut Arbor society.
was chosen by Betty Stapleton. Mar- SIGMA NU
garet Culver had a cleverly tailored An informal dance was held last
white jacket which she wore over a night at the Sigma Nu house. Among
grey dress. those present were Mary Armstrong,
A quaint grey figured blouse with a '35, Virginia Ludt, '34, Mary Lou
black skirt was seen on Jean Seeley, Hanel, '34, Anna Jean Leach, '34,
while Helen Wilson chose a white Jane Brucker, '35, Louise Crandall,
satin top trimmed with black fur. '35, Mary Swanwick, '33, Ann Story,
Nina Pollock appeared in a flowered '34, Ruth Robinson, '34, Dorothy
chiffon as did Mary Helen Winches- Dishman, '33, and Marie Murphy, '35.
ter. Anne Tobin found black chiffon Other guests were Gretchen Bown-
with rhinestones very becoming and son, Detroit, Jane Whitney, Ann Ar-
Betty Wheeler was attractively at- bor; Ruth Morrison, Detroit; Jane
tired in white dotted swiss. Druffel, Cincinnati; Jean Heunigan,
Cincinnati; Florence R o b i n s o n,
Northville; Mrs. Frank Oakes, Ann
Bridge Tournament To Arbor; Betty Johnson, Detroit; and
Be Held By Zeta Phii Eta Katherine Johnson, Detroit.
PHI MU ALPHA

rid screen star, who will appear with
n the all-star cast of Benn Levy's
nted as the second production of the
mdelssohn theatre.
d Fa Nu, And
Ld Formal Dances

Committees For
Lantern Niht
Are Selected
W. A. A. Makes Plans For
Open House To Follow
Exhibitions Of GamesC
With the announcement of the
committees for Lantern Night, plans
for the annual event are almost com-
Dlete, according to Jean Botsford,
'33, chairman of the central commit-F
tee. Lantern Night will open the ac-l
tivities for Homecoming week-end in
conjunction with Freshman Night,
Friday, May 12.l
In the afternoon W.A.A. will hold
free exhibitions of games to be fol-
lowed by open house at 5 p. m. in
Palmer Field house. Florence Shaw'.
'34Ed., is in charge of the afternoon's
events. Marie Metzger, '35. vice-pres-
ident of W.A.A., will be in charge of
the open house. Assisting her will be
Helen White, '36. Catherine Rent-
schler, '33Ed., will be in charge of
archery, Gladys Dinkel, '34Ed., of
badminton, and Alice Goodenow,_
'34Ed., of tennis.
Barbara Ann Fisher, '33, who is
chairman of the procession proper-
ties, has selected the following wo-
men on her committee: Deborah'
Miller, '34, Irma Rantamaa, '34, and
Ruth Bradner, '35. Mary Stirling,'
chairman of field decorations, has as
her assistants Jean Hanmer, '36,
Julia Wilson, '36, Emily Bowser, '36,
and Betty Chapman, '36,
Grace Mayer, '34Ed., chairman of
patronesses, will have Ruth Kurtz,,
'34Ed., Jane Newmark, '34Ed., Nant
Diebel, '35, and Gladys Dinkel, '34Ed.,
as her committee assistants. Mem-
bers of the publicity committee aid-
ing Miriam Carver, '33, Carol Hanan,'
'34, Mary Sabin, '35, Dorothy Dish-
man, '33, Ernestine Richter, '36, and
Margaret Phalan, '35.
Ieaders and aides have been se-l
lected to lead each class in the march I
and will meet at 4:30 p. in. Tuesday,
May 9, at Barbour Gymnasium. 7
Hlouses Busy
With Alumni.
Entertainment
Initiatory services, election of ofli-
cers and entertainment of alumni are
included in fraternity and sorority
activities for the past week.
PHI DELTA THETA
Phi Delta Theta honored its out-
of-town alumni at a banquet last
night. The guests were Robert Mc-
Phurson, Kenneth and John Owen,
all of Detroit; Thomas and Robert
Shaw, of Coldwater, Mich.; Robert
k Miller and James Lawton, of Wis.;
and Joseph Fee of Ohio. Several of
the alumni spent the week-end at the
fraternity.
ACACIA
Founders of Acacia fraternity were
honored last night at the annual
Founders Day banquet,, at which
nearly 20 alumni of the chapter were
present. Edward Hutchinson, '36,
was in charge of arrangements.
Among the alumni present were
Robert Morris, F. E. Davis, F. A.
Sergeant, M. L. Niehuss, Ludwig
Emde, John W. Schultz, T. Hawley
Tapping, Prof. Robert G. Rodkey, E.
A. Stalker, C. H. Brown, N. D. Rey-
nolds, C. E. Wilson, D. D. Cole, H. S.
Hosmer, P. H. Robinson, L. G. Christ-
man, Robert Cranville, C. R. Pryce,
and M. B. Small.

Uractely owned
Joen N)iced At
Fraternity Dances
Dances at Chi Phi, Theta DeltaI
Chi, and Sigma Chi drew many
couples Friday night. The gowns,
noticed there exemplified the latest!
modes in fabrics and shades.
CHI PHIl
At an informal party given Fri-
day night by Chi Phi we noticed
Josephine Woodhams, attractivelyk
gowned in a dress of red and white.
plaid organdy. very crisp. 4 crepe]
informal of two shades of rose wasI
worn by Marian Foley, and Dorothy
Roth also chose a crepe dress of
black and white. Barbara Schoetzr
was attired in blue chiffon; Mary
Phillips, Virginia Bell, and Mary1
Marshall also wore blue. Eleanor
Dwinell, Mary Katherine Snyder. and3
Florence Bingham walked past us
during intermission.
SIGIA CHI
A striking print was selected by
Jane Serviss for the Sigma Chi,
dance, while Ruth Robinson came
gowned in black. Ernestine Richter's
blue georgette jacket formed an at-
tractive outfit with her cream colored
dress. Mildred Bell, Pauline Elber,'
Janet Jackson and Maude Assay also
appeared in becoming gowns.
Helen Farley wore a white satin,
with braided blue straps, and Janet
Allen's white crepe had an unusual
band of red around the armholes.
Square rhinestone buttons set off
Catherine McHenry's pink crepe.,
Dorothy Hammersly, Uldean Hunt,
Josephine Talbot and Dorothy Bunce
danced by.
In the dim light it was easier to
recognize faces than to describe
dresses. We noticed Harriet White,
Irene McCausey, Edith Ferrin, Maria
Gibbs, Caroline Hamke, Margaret
Ferrin, and Kay Williams. Some of
the out-of-town guests were Ann
Frischhorn and Jean de Vos, of De-
troit: Marceline Welte, of Owosso;
Helen Frose, Mary Bently, Beatrice
Picard, and Myra Nelson, all of Sag-
inaw.
THETA DELTA CHI
Formals, mess jackets, full dress,
tuxedos, white flannels, and half the
campus were at the Theta Delta Chi
spring formal Friday night. Gay
Mayer and Mary Stirling were in
scarlet, while Betty Little and Lois
Altman were in blue. Mary Jean
White, Louise French, and Mary Mc-
Carthy were present too.
Parish Riker, Mildred Bosma, Mary
O'Brien, and Jean Henning danced
by us and we also noticed Constance
Giefel and Julie Kane. Martha
Bowen chose a futuristic formal of
black and white, and Jean Henning
was gowned in green crepe with a
cape banded in mink.

Formal dances at sororities and ials. Mrs. George Ilelleran, one of
dormitories bring forth many new the chaperons, wore a stuining
and attractive spring grows. Organdy gown of iced-blue crepe with a
is one of the most popular materials,ma .
as can be seen from the dresses matching cape temmed in blue fox
chosen for these dances, with crepe fur. Margaret Allan, president. of the
following a close second house, chose a pale green crepe with
HELEN NEWBERRY. ee greenbeading around the neck.
Spring colors dominated at the Eleanor Owen's dark bety was em-
Helen Newberry formal dinner dance phasized by a yellow matelasse crepe
Saturday night. The tables were dec- with a high neckline in front. Bar-
orated with huge bouquets of various bara Sutherland's white pebbly crepe
spring flowers, and the place cards was characterized by a blue sash,
wre arkd b ga flwerbutnand that of Elisabeth Kanter by a
weresmarked by gay flower buton- high neck. Josephine Woodhams was
Sally Place, '34, chairman of the gowned in a pink crinkly crepe which
dance, was attractive in roseblush flashe with sequins.
mousseline de soie, with blue acces- PIll SIGMA SIGMA
sories, and assisting her, Betty Powder blue was favored in eve-
nine dresses seen Friday night at the

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zrowne., e ecuveiy co~mone.u yei --,
low and brown. Isabelle Currie '35,
newly elected vice-president of the
dormitory, chose a pale blue crepe
with a novel shoulder arrangement.
Organdies were especially prominent.
Sue Thoriias, '36, was striking in a
blue organdy with tight knee ruffles
and a tiny rose jacket to match her
rose accessories.
Betty Ferster, '36, chose' green or-
gandy witl .,a silver keynote, while
Margaret, .Arnold, '34, wore white
organdy, and Helen Clark, '35, com-
bined flowered chiffon and organdy.
Rough crepes and pale satins were
a 1 s o well represented. Dorothea
Marshall, '33, wore rough blue crepe
with a diminutive jacket.. Another
jacket frock was worn by Helen Cor-
win, '33. 'which was of white crepe
Iand set off by the turquoise. blue
jacket.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Crepes--crinkly, iced, pebbled--
provec to be the most popular iater-
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is now located with the Mich-
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for that exciting new haircut

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Jane Cummings, '34, Ruth Hess, '36,
Helen White, '35, Helen Clark, '34,
Esther Miller, '35, Ruth Lovejoy, '34,
Margaret Cole, '34, Alice Goodenow,
'34, Virginia Lee, '34, Marie Heid, '35,
Greta Wessborg, '35, Mary Jane
Crockett, '33, Betty Immel, '35, Flor-
ence Brady, '33, Ella May Broome,
'35, Helen MacGregor, '33, Marian
Gordon, '36, Margaret Grant, '35,1

Jane Schneider, '35, Lenore Taussig,
'34, Helen McCarthy, Edith Bird, Ann
Arbor; and Helen Foley, Kathleen
Donovan, Dorothy Bolton, Mary Mil-
ler, all of Detroit.
Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur W. Stace, and special guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Buckley
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ryan.
Where To Go
M1otion Pictures: Michigan, "Ga-
briel Over The White House"; Majes-
tic, "Be Mine Tonight"; Wuerth,
"The Big Broadcast."
Tea: President and Mrs. Ruth-
ven will hold an open house for stu-
dents, 4 to 6 p. m.
Exhibitions: S e 1 e c t e d paintings
from the Forty-Fifth Annual Artist's
Exhibition from the Chicago Art In-
stitute ,j to 5 p. m. Monday, Alumni
Memorial Hall; Designs for stained
glass and mural decorations by the
D'Ascenzo Studios, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.,
Monday, Architectural Building.

_MOTHER'S DAY
The day of millions of thrills to Mothers of Arerica
whose hearts throb with joy through the manifests of
devotion tendered by those whom they love most, their
children. It is the happiest day of all the year to the
Mothers who receive the tender tributes that mean to
them but one thing, love recompensed. And it can
be the saddest day, too, to Mothers who carelessly or
cruelly remain neglected.
OUR MOTHERS' DAY CARDS
ARE SUNBEAMS OF LOVE
Now is the time to make your selection while the
assortment is complete.
Mothers' Day is May14th
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Zeta Phi Eta dramatic socibty will
hold its open bridge tournament next±
Saturday afternoon, May 13, in Har-{
ris Hall. Tickets are 25 cents a per-
son and may be secured from Lenore
LeGendre, '34, chairman of the af-
fair. Proceeds will be used to swell
the convention fund.
The speech club also wishes to an-
pounce the pledging of Nolda Mc-
Camly, '34, and Ruth Knepp, '34.
Katherine Coffield, '34, and Gene-
vieve Williamson, '34, will be pledged
in the near future. The new officersI
for the coming year are to be install-
ed in next Tuesday's meeting.
BLACK QUILL MEETING
Anna Marie Persov, Grad., who
won the major Hopwood award in
poetry last year, will give readings
from her newly published book
"Whatever You Reap" before the
Black Quill literary club Tuesday
night.

Phi Mu Alpha, honorary musical
society, entertained at a formal din-
ner dance last night. Chaperons
were Professor Otto J. Stahl and Wil-
liam Carlson. Among those attend-
ing were Harvey Evans, SM, Marion
Schmidt, '33, Emily Bates, L, Ruth
Latchaw, '34, Gertrude Steffen, '34,
Phyllis Lutes, '36, Winifred Trebil-
cock, '36, Dorothy Smith, '34SM, Eliz-
abeth Simonds, '36, Adelaide Morgan,
Grad., Lucille Hoffman, Grad., SM,
and Helen Bently, '33SM.
Guests from out of town were
Marjorie Moll, Wilma Scott, Marion
Coventry, Gladys Griffith, all from
Pontiac; Eugenia Anikeer, Detroit;J
Chrystol Miles, Ionia; Dorothy Van
Every, Petoskey; Mary Lou Schwendt,
Cleveland; Ellen Cook, Flint; Julia
Klooster, Jackson; Dorothy Smith,
Sparta; Rebecca Gregory, Bay City,
PI KAPPA
The guest list at Phi Kappa's spring
formal held Friday night, included*
the names of Betty Snyder, '33, Mary

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ALPHA LAMBDA
Alpha Lambda, international Chin-
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Ponto formed the starting backfield
guests at an informal dance last
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1t isn't what youspend
for your clothes, it's where
you spend it that counts!
And here's a collection
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business . . . for campus
will.for formal wear .
wil be marked for our
May Sale beginning to-
morrow.

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