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TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1933

T IR T. M IC U'l C-.A X . D A I I V

T1JE~AYMAY ~ 193 .L .L. .L.U. 3~..-LA1 A1143."L' A LP ti. 1 L IL

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SCAMPUS SOCIETY

PAGE FIVE

Installation Of
Officers To Be
On Wednesday
League, W. A. A. To Give
Banquet; Mortarboard
Members To Be Tapped
Plans have been completed for the
installation banquet to be held to-

Tea,

Supper Listed In Week's ecital To Be Ruffles Gapelete,
Events; Houses Have Guests Held ByDance "Schiaparelli Tie"
are entertinin- this i7 I odernize Formals

Team Defeats
Men'sSquad
Women are offering men more
than good competition even in the
field of sharp5-shooting, it seems. In

Sororitie
week at si

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upper and at te. Several I

houses had week-end guests and a
few members spent the week-end out
of town.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Delta Delta Delta will entertain'
members of the faculty at supper to-
night. The guests include Dr. C. S.

-iul -c t~&-uua5guests of ne t . B if . -
house.UBy MARJORIE MORRISON
ZETA TAU ALPHA Although that ugly word "depres-
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Knight, Am- Barbour Gyi scene 0f O ion" has supposedly left our vocabu-
herstburg, Ont., spent the week-end Progream; First O Type laries for ever and ever, sad to relate,
with Anna Knight '34. Jane Pinsonthat same depression leaves us won-
Grosse Ile, Grace Hamilton, '32, De- Given hi Four Years dering how to make over old formalsi
troit, and Mildred Cassidy, '31, De- --_____,>o they'll be wearable and "vogue-I
troit, were the guests of the mem- A recital featuring dances of vari- able" too. Schiaparelli has come toj
hers of Zeta Tau Alpha this week- cu: types, many of them composi- the aid of gowns that are belted by
ernd. Margaret Bartholic, '33, visited 'ions of the students themselves, is a sash or a bow in any form. If the!
in Wyandotte and Violet Lyle, '33, to be held by the Dance Club at ends of the tie are twisted back on
in Detroit. 3:30 p. m., May 16, in Barbour gym- thcmselves after being interlocked,1
___________nasiun. This is the first time in four and then allowed to hang straight
years that a dance program of this from the sides, you have the "Schia-
ComprleePans tye has been given.

morow night at the League, according Yoakum and Mrs. Yoakum, Dr. Wil-
to Josephine McCausey, '34, general liam D. Henderson and Mrs. Hender-;
chairman of the banquet. Dinner will son, Mr. Robert Henderson, Dr. Har-
be served at 6:15 p.dm. in the main ley A. Haynes and Mrs. Haynes, Dr.
ballroom. Charles W. Edmunds and Mrs. Ed-
The banquet willhonor the new mund, Dr. Charles A. Sink and Mrs.
and old boards of the League and Sink, Dr. Rodeick D. McKenzie and
W. A. A. At this time Dean Alice Mrs. McKenzie, Dr. John G. Winter
C. Lloyd will speak, and Dr. Margaret and Mrs. Winter, Dr. Raleigh Sch9r-
Bell will present the W. A. A. awards ling and Mrs. Schorling, Dr. Dean W.
on behalf of the physical education Myers and Mrs. Myers, Dr. Max A.
department. Awards are given 'to Handman and Mrs. Handman, Prof.
those people who have made first Arthur S. Aiton and Mrs. Aiton,
teams and to those making 300 points Prof. Wassily Besekirsky and Mrs.
in sports. Besekirsky, Prof. Clarence D. Thorpe
One of the most important fea- and Mrs. Thorpe, Mrs. Albert ReevesI
tures, in addition to the installation Mrs. Leona M. Diekema, and Prof.j
of officers, will be the tapping of new Roy W. Cowden and Mrs. Cowden.
members of Mortarboard. Spring flowers and cream tapers will
The new officers who will formally be used to decorate the dining room.I
assume their duties at this time are ALPHA DELTA Pt
Grace Mayer, '34, president of the Rena Bosker of the Alpha Deltat
League; Marian Giddings, '34, vice- iicatra h nvriyo th
president; Nan Diebel, '35, recording Pichapter the University of Utah,
secretary; Hilda Kirby, '35, treasurer;ln, '29, of Mt.y, aClemens, ar Kand-f
Ruth Kurtz, '34, senior representa- i the k at ,he spen-I
tive on the Judiciary Council; and ,ng the week-end. the sorority.:
Mary Sabin '35, and Kathleen Car- Phyllis Williams, Grad., is visiting
penter, '35, junior representatives on he Alpha Delta Pi chapter at Wit-
Judiciary Council. tenberg, Springfield.l
Members of the Board of Direc- THETA PHI ALPHA
tors who will be installed at this The members of Theta Phi Alpha
time are Mary Louise Kessberger, '34, sorority entertained at tea Sunday
and Charlotte Simpson, '34Ed, senior, afternoon in honor of province con-
representatives; Virginia Roberts, '35, vention delegates from other chap-}
and Mary O'Brien, '35, junior repre- ters. Ohio University, the University
resentatives, and Margaret Hiscock, of Cincinnati, the University of Illi-I
'35, and Elizabeth Rich, '36, sopho- nois, Ohio State University, and Ak-
more representatives. ron University were represented by
W. A. A. officers who will assume hapter delegates, now conducting a
their duties immediately after the in- series of meetings at the local chap-
stallation are: Billie Griffiths, '35, ler house. -
president; Marie Metzger, '35, vice- Patronesses and Detroit friends of I
president; Charlotte Simpson, '34Ed., the sorority were present at the teai
secretary; and Alice Goodenow, '34, o meet the delegates. Among those
treasurer. The past officers include invited were Mrs. George Burke, Mrs.>
Jean Botsford, '33Ed, president; Jean Frank DeVine, Mrs. Orville Moe, Mrs.
Berridge, '33Ed., vice-president; Mary Alan F. Shezer, Mrs. Arthur Stace,
Marshall, '33Ed, secretary; and Miss Mrs. George Moe, Mrs. William A.
Griffiths, treasurer. McLaughlin, Mrs. W. W. Wedemyer,
New members of the W .A. A. ex- Miss Wilcox, the Rev. Allan Babcock,
ecutive board have not yet been ap- Ruth Brady, '28, Margaret Brady,
pointed but will be soon, according '30, Mrs. John P. O'Hara, Kathleena
to Miss Griffiths. Retiring members Donovan, '29, Beatrice Cowan, '29,
of the board are: Glendora Gosling, Virginia Hanlon, '31, Julia Kerwin,L
'33Ed, Catherine Rentschler, '33Ed, 28, Helen Kerwin, '30, Virginia
Miss Marshall, Miss Berridge, and Brodell, '32, all of Detroit. ,
Miss Botsford.
Retiring officers of the League are: Founder's Day Luncheon held Sat-
Helen DeWitt, '33, president; Jane urday noon at the chapter house
Rayen, '33, vice-president; Josephine honored the founders of the organ-
McCausey, '34, recording secretary; ization. Mrs. Camilla Ryan Suther-
and Ruth Duhme, '34, treasurer. land, Toledo; Miss Mildred Connelly,w
Members of the Judiciary Council Detroit; Miss Selma Gilday, Detroit;a
who will retire from office are: Mar- were among those honored.
garet Keal, '33, Mary Barnett, '33, KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
and Margaret Schernack, '33, senior Mrs. Myrtle White Godin ecx.
representatives; and Ada Blackman, grand president of Kappa Kappa
'34, and Harriet Jennings, '34, junior Gamma sorority, visited with tl
representatives. Those retiring from members of the local chapter during
the position on the board of direc- the week while on her way from Cali-
tors are: .Vinselle Bartlett and Janet fornia to the East.
Allen, seniors; Margaret Allen and Dorothy Barnes, '32, Uniontown,
Grace Mayer, juniors; Barbara Bates, Pa., and Helen Snyder, Columbus, O.,
and Mary O'Brien sophomores.
New appointments to important SENIOR WOMEN'S CAPS
committee positions will also be made Senior women's caps are to be dis-
at this time, according to Miss Mayer.tbedifromnsstoe -
This is the first year that the tributed from 2 to 4 p. m. at the
League and W. A. A. have held their League undergraduate office today
installation banquet at the same The final fee of $1 will be due then.
tim e. 9 ~ - -- ~~ ~~~~~~-
Patronesses for the banquet are Hot Ham and Egg
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Alta Sandwich 1Oc
Atkinson, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss OPEN ALL NIGHT
Jeannette Perry, Miss Ellen Steven- BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH
son, Dean Lloyd, Miss Dorothy Og- Across from AngelHa
born, Dr. Bell, Miss Mary Stewart Lades Invited
and Miss Marie Hartwig.
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men's team Saturday night, the
women's rifle team shot their way to Groups of six or more may reserve
victory when they scored 96.3 over special tables for the Family Ban-
their opponents' 95.6. quet, to be held at 6 p. in. Saturday
The women's team consists of Vir- in the Union ballroom as a special
ginia Lee, '34, Patricia Wood- feature of Spring Homecoming. it
ward '35, Jean Trumbull, '35, Edith {tWas announced yesterday by Cath-
Maples, '35, and Dorothy Edmands, erine Heesen, '33, assistant chair-
'34. The captain of the men's team man of Homecoming.
is Constantin Lheinne, '33E. Other Dr. William O. Stevens. headmas-
team members are J. R. McMitt, ter of Cranbrook School of Bloom-
'33, M. V. Parker, '35, L. F. Faines, field Hills, will be the featured speak-
'34E, E. H. Williams, '36E, F. D. Wil- er at the banquet. Others on the
liams, '33E, C. H. Franburg, '36E, C. prograri are President Alexander G.
M. Mony, '33, and C. J. Egglstaff, Ruthven, who will give a short
'34E. speech, and Prof. 0. J. Campbell of
Miss Trumbull was high scorer for the English department, wlo will act
her team with 99, and F. D. Williams, as toastmaster.
for his with 98. J. R. McMitt has The banquet and program will be
been elected captain for next year, completed about 8 p. in., it was an-
but the women's team has not chosen nounced, so that those who wish
a captain as yet. The women's rifle to see Leslie Howard's "Murray Hill,"
team came out victorious in their to be given at 8:15 p. m. in Lydia
inter-collegiate matches having lost Mendelssohn Theatre, will not be in-
only 7 out of 24. convenienced.
- Many novel decorative arrange-
Attractive Gowns Seen ments, including table motifs in
At Alpha Xi Delta Dance palms and spring flowers, are to be
carried out it was said .Th e ion

Several men from the speech de-
F or Cel ebratin e partment are to take part in two
pantomimes which are being directed
by Russel McCracken, member of the
Play Production staff, who will also
be one of the cast. Dances composed
to the music of Scriabin, Beethoven,
Plans have been completed for Debussy, Resphighi, Goosens, and
Tcherepnine will be shown.
Lantern Night, to be held in con- TherDnce Club sheade
jucinwt rsmnNgtFi The Dance Club is headed by Col-
junction with Freshmen Night, Fri- ;tin Wilsey, '35, and Mary Stirling, '35,
day night at Palmer Field, it was an- and is under the direction of Miss
nounced yesterday. The line of Emily White of the physical educa-
march, led by the senior women in tion department. The following girls
wvili do solo numbers: Mary Stirling,
caps and gowns will form at 35, dCollin Wilsey, '35, Charlotte
8 p. m. at Mosher-Jordan Halls and Simpson, '34Ed, Frances Manchester,
from there the marchers will go to '34, and Jacqueline Snell, '35.
Palmer Field where the block M is "his is the first time in four
to be formed. While the women are years that a dance program of this
type has been given," Miss White
in formation announcements are to stated yesterday, "and the girls de-
be made of Mortar Board and Senior serve considerable credit."
Society elections. All classes will par-
ticipate; the program is expected to I
last about an hour. Where T Go
The list of patrons and patronesses
for Lantern Night includes: Presi-
dent Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs. Mction Pictures: Michigan, "Gab-
Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley W riel Over the White House;" Majes-
Smith; Dr. Clarence S. Yoakum and I tic, "Be Mine Tonight;" Wuerth,
Mrs. Yoakum; Dr. James D. Bruce "Faithless."
and Mrs. Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. Ira R e c it a 1: Jeannette Rabinowitz,
M. Smith; Dean Joseph A. Bursley pianist, 8:15 p. m., School of Music
and Mrs. Bursley; Dean Alice C. Auditorium.
Lloyd; Dean John R. Effinger and Lecture: Rev. Thomas L. Harris,
Mrs. Effinger; Dean Herbert C. Sad- "Religion and the Present Revol-
ler and Mrs. Sadler; Dean Henry M. tion," 4:15 p. m., Natural Science
Bates and Mrs. Bates; Dean Edward Auditorium.
H. Kraus and Mrs. Kraus; Dean Luncheon: Graduate students, 12
James B. Edmonson and Mrs. Ed- p. in. League.
monson; Prof. Wilbur R. Humphreys Exhibitions: Selected paintings
nd Mrs. Humphreys; Prof. Fielding from the Forty-Fifth Annual Artist's
l. Yost and Mrs. Yost; Dr. Mar- Exhibition from the Chicago Art In-
g ret Bell; Prof. Philip E. Bursley stitute, 1 to 5 p. in., Alumni Memo-
and Mrs. Bursley; Mrs. Byrl F. rial Hall; designs for stained glass
Bacher; Miss Jeannette Perry; Miss and mural decorations by the D'As-
Laurie E. Campbell; Miss Ellen B. cenzo Studios, 9 a. in. to 5 p. in., Ar-
Stevenson; Miss Mary M. Stewart; chitecture Building.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick; and Mr.__ _-___ __
and Mrs. A. E. Greene. I

pear ance i a wecome nange rom
the bustle bows featured for several
seasons.
Capes and sleeve treatments are,
of course, responsible for your getting
that capital T silhouetter reflected in
the over-worked mirror. Shops

around town have in the entirely sep-
arate frilled organdie or crepe capes,
in colors that will contrast with your
frock, if you like the latest. But shop-
ping isn't necessary at all, for we've
seen one glorified capelet made out
of a last year's jacket. With two rows
of wide ruffles in front, it tied over
the decollete with a bow that rivalled
the wearer in size. And if your sta-
ture repulses capes (for they do
shorten one) put puff sleeves in for
the good old "coat-hanger" outline.
Mother, Daughters' Day
Plans Being Completed
Plans are being rapidly completed
for the Mother and Daughter Lunch-
eon which will be held at 12:15, May
13, in the League ballroom, according
to Mary O'Brien, '35, chairman of ar-
rangements.
Tickets for the function may be se-
cured from any member of the com-
mittee, headed by Barbara Suther-
land, '35, and consisting of Julie
Kane, '36; Elendora Gosling, '33 Ed.,
Lavinia Creighton, '35Ed., Josephine
McLean, '36, Marie Murphy, '35,
Marie Metzger, '35, Billie Griffiths,
'35, Margaret Ballard, '36 Ed., Ruth
Root, '35, Ed., and Libbie Selin, '35.
Reservations by sororities and dormi-
tories should be made immediately,
Miss Sutherland said.

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Judging by the frocks seen,
spring was very much in evidence at
the Alpha Xi Delta informal party
Saturday night.
Dorothy Van Riper, '34, house pres-
ident, wore a becoming gown of shell
pink crepe with a taffeta jacket. Ma-
rion Folley, '34, was attractive in
salmon colored crepe, and Jean Bent-
ley, '33, chose the ever popular gray.
Jean Botsford, '33, retiring president
of W. A. A. ,looked dainty in orchid
chiffon, and Betty Davis, '36, effec-
tively combined red and white plaid
organdie.

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FACULTY STUDY CLUB
Bibliophiles, study club of faculty
women, will meet at 2:30 p. m. today
at the home of Mrs. Raymond Math-
ews, 1508 Brooklyn Ave.

MR. STAEBLERS
formerly of DiMattia's Shop,
is now located with the Mich-
igan Beauty Shop, Ph. 3083
for that exciting new haircut

Dawn-To-Dusk
DRESSES
... a little bit dressy .. .
a little bit tailored . . . a
style for every hour of the
day. . . prints . . . sheers
... twine laces . . some
with clever little capes.
others with jackets . . .
they look as though they
cost much more ..and
they're

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The May Sale continues
with three groups of
outstanding values.
$3.95 - $6.95 - $14.75

Old Time C A N DI E S Home Made
These delightful candies are a most welcome
Mother's Day Remembrance
Mary Lee will handle all details of mailing and guarantee delivery
WHAT SWEETER TRIBUTE!
108 East Washington Street - State and Liberty Streets

The
Elizabeth Dillon
Gown Shop
520 East William Street

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