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Week-Eid Festivities Feat tre
Many Pastel-Colored Gom

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Goldsmith Play
Appreciated By
Noted Audience
V f 'r~ihwn'lt ? (axmb er Q
Faculty rAndTheP ricf
Set Are Noticed
An appreciative audience enthus-
iastically received Oliver Goldsmith's
rollicking comedy "She Stoops To
Conquer" given last night by Play
Production at the Laboratory thea-
Among the faculty element in the
audience we noticed Prof. G. E. Dens-
more, of the speech department,
Jeannette Perry, assistant dean of
women, Ethel McCormick, directress
of the League, and Helen Cheever,
of the League. Other distinguished
persons were Rabbi Bernard Heller,
of Detroit Mr. R. Granville, head of
the English department of the Uni-
versity High School, and Coach W.
The campus theatrical set was well
represented. Russell McCracken, di-
rector of J.G.P. was there and Mary
Ann Mathewson, '34SM, who took the
feminine lead in the play, also Kath-
erine Leopold, '34SM, who was chair,
man of music, and Ruth Campbell,
'34, comedy lead, attended.
Among those prominent in Play
Production were Billie Griffiths, '35,
also president of W.A.A., Jean Rosen-
thad, Leonard Stocker, '33, who had
the leading roles in "Adding Ma-
chine" and "Beggar on Horseback,,"
John Silberman, '34, and Betty Ber-
gener, '34,
From the fashion point of view light
summer prints seemed to dominate,
with shades of blue as the outstand-
ing color, having touches of white
as ,trimming. A good indication of
the trend toward wider brims for
summer wear was seen in a brown
backu with a mere niention of a
crown and an extremely wide brim
tilted for over at the side. A bright
frock or orange was worn with it.
Dance Program
To Be feld At
Barbour Gy m
An unusual program of dance
numbers and pantomimes will be
presented by the Dance Club in its
recital at 8:30 p. in. today in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Among the outstanding dancers
are Mary Stirling, '35, Jacqueline
Snell, '35, and Collin Wilsey, '35,
whose unique compositions have
been praised by Miss Emily White
as among the best ever to appear on
this campus.
Two pantomimes under the direc-
tion of Russel McCracken add a new
type of dance which has not been
shown before. The group dances are
colorful and expressive and have
'been well handled.
The committee in charge of this
year's recital consists of Miss Wilsey,
chairman; Miss Stirling, Wilma Les-
ter, '36, Reta Peterson, '35, Isabelle
Kanter, '35, Julia Wilson, '36, and
Bilfiie Grfiths '35.
To Play At League
Coming to Ann Arbor after a suc-
ccssful season at the Book-Cadillac
Hotel in Detroit and the Brown Hotel
in Louisville, Ky., Barney Rapp and
his 15-piece orchestra will put on

1,1irfirst dance in the city Friday
night at the Leag-ue.I
Famed as a broadcasting band,
they are well known throughout the
country and recently completed a 15-
week contract which featured them
over Radio Station WJR 18 times a
week. They have been heard over
both the Red and Blue networks of
the National Broadcasting Co.
Tickets for this dance, priced at
$1.50 plus tax, are on sale at the M-
Hut, the Den, the Parrot, and the
Prof. Wagner 'Th Speak
At Spanish Uu1E Meeting!
Prof. Charles P. Wagner of the
Spanish department will addressF
members of La Sociedad Hispanica
at a meeting at 7:30 p. m. today in
the League. His taLk will be on the
Spanish folk-song and will be sup-
plemcnted by illustrations with
phonograph records. He will speak
in Spanish.

Organdy Touc I/ - For Spring

Senior Society
Initiates New
Enirtaii0cd At D)innei'
Followin Cercmony
Ten women of the junior class
were formally initiated into Seior

Aehil iv hillel
t$ -
t 'J' OUs ) s of enter-
nt bOOths, te Hillel Founda-
-m wil present a penny carnival
Ix-,: oro. The carniva lwill be open
rom 3 to 5 p. m. and from 7 to 10
I. m
The admission price will be deter-
cdby lots, van ing:fronm one to

The membes of Aca cia fraternity
a~it adn a alFiayngt
and DelaPI' >l: -iThe Chi
fudca ngI a n''cz ni ade-
Oim. Gaesa, the aa
were requiedue i ryte rear
door, and th f:aeiiynouse in-

white net ruffles over the shoulders.
Amilong the attractive gownls see-n
at the Theta Chi spring formal Fri-
ay nlighit waIscawhitecrepeith a
nck-lie trimmenld in spangles, worn
by Lconore Snyder. '33. Ellen Jane
Cooley,-'34. was-attractivein aplaid
onrandie. and Jeannette Greene, '35,
wore a rose taffeta jacket designed
to gve an effect of quaintness. Char-
Wte Whitman, '. and Marjorie
Johnson, Spec., were both noticed,

Many ('lec:e r covered th: : ss Johnson in a red and whi'e
walls and tonr and ktted ribbons pnt, and Miss Whitman in an all-
that had seen pr1tes seivice w red. Alice Morgan, '35, chose a flow-
used for decratios. crd chiffon, and Helen Haxton a
The majority of the women guests whie organdie trimmed with a gay
an red sash. Lending a background to
sha aendd o od their thne colors, Maurine Burnaide, '35, ap-
heared in a stunning dress of all-
xEit hole, stockinblack . carried out in talleta and net.
DELTA FII ''.'i 99 tl t hl bl

Soviety, honorary organ2zation for A r E ntS. iriai Atron, '33, social
:enior independent women, at cere-, :,an of the foundation and gen-
monies held yesterday in the League e, chairman of the carnival, has
chapel. As is the custom, the active anmounced that every sorority and
members wore caps and gowns and rtemity, as well as the indepen-
the initiates were garbed in white. . wil have a booth.
Those admittecI are: Donna There will be dancing, with mem-
Becker, Ada Blackman, Sarah BIoo - ris of one sorority acting as host-
Becker, Ada Blackman, Sarah Another organization will have
Bloom, Helen Clarke, Charlotte a fLi-i-pond, and another a horseshoe
Johnson, Lenore LeGendre, Mary booth.
Helen McIntosh, Sally Place, Lucille
Root, and Marable Smith. . .ver ything is to be offered for
A fromrw one to five cents as the name
Adinner honoring the new mem- _, enotes, Miss Arran said.
bers was held after the initiation . i.
ceremonies. Among the guests were
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean Emeritus SENIOR CAPS AT LEAGUE
Myra B. Jordan, Miss Ethel A. Mc- Scnior caps may be obtained from
Cormick, and Miss Marie Hartwig of 2:15 to 3:15 p. m. in the Graduate
the physical education department, Office of the League, according to
who acted as toastmistress. Several Janet Allen, '33, chairman of the
alumnae members of the society were caps and gowns committee. The final
also guest: the Misses Jean Mc- payment of $1 will be due at this
Kaig, Margaret Babcock, and Ruth ' time.
Herschman, all of Detroit, and Ann --- ~~~~-~-
Zauer and Jeanette Saurborn, both Helen Bailey, Rena Krause, Made-
of Ann Arbor. leine Meloche. Polly Reed Walker,


Light materials and pastel colorsr
were very much in evidence at the
spring formal held by Delta Delta
Delta sorority Friday night. Organ-
die seemed popular; one attractive
dress was green embroidered organ-
die, and another was of the same
material in white yellow flowers. An-
other organdie was covered with eye-
let embroidery and was fashion-d
vith a short .jacket.
A charming dress was of
chiffon which had a short jc~
with petal-like rufflees on the sleves.
Other gowns which seemed the very
essence of the spring mode were a
flowered starched voile made with
diagonal ruffles and a pink flowered
crepe. Two lovely taffeta dressesj
were seen, one in pale blue and one1
white, both featuring a beaded neck-
line and shoulder straps.7
Striking combinations of black and
white were also apparent. One was
of black crepe with a large ruffled
cape of white organdie and the other
was made with a black skirt and
white bodice with large, black and
By the Dram or Ounce
Perfume Blending
300 S. State, near Liberty St.

ans Parih ike , '33, lc lswh eu
and Par Ali 1Riker, 33, all-w hitc.

Where To Go


M7tion Pictures: Michigan, .What,
No eer?": Majestic, "Looking For-
xvaCd"; Wuert ", "Beauty and the
Drams: Play Production presents
e Stoops to. Conquor," 8:30 p. in.,
Labratry Theatre.
cheon: Graduate students,
1 :1 p. i., Russian iTa Room, the
Exhibit: A variety of work by
members of the faculty of the archi-
tectural college, 9 a. M. to 5 p. i.,
Architectural Building.
Swingout, 3:30 p. iM.
Tired? Thirsty? Hungry?
CALL 3494
Sodas - Sundaes - Shakes
Cokes - G-Ales - Orangeades
Tasty Saidwiches
Prompt Delivery

-Associated Press Photo
The vogue of the huge organdie bow is shown featured on a fitted
black satin jacket worn by Patricia Ellis, screen actress. The wide
white cuffs and padded shoulder line are other fashion notes for spring.
The skirt is of gray tweed.
Houses Entertain W i Varied
Programs Over Past Week-End
Homecoming seemed not to be the fried, '34, Beatrice Laning, '35, Mar-
only factor in entertainment during garet LeMire, '34, Helen White, '36,
the past week-end. Kappa Alpha Marjorie Messmore, '36, Virginia
Theta gave a formal dinner-dance Blight, '36, Barbara Bates, '35, Mary
and Phi Delta Theta held a house- Brimijoin, '34, Lillian Wineman, '34,
party. With these parties and all Martha Wheeler, '33, and Alice Gun-
the entertainment that went with throp, '33.
Homecoming, the campus was kept Chaperoning the party were Mr.
busy. and Mrs. Robert Butterworth, of Ann
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority wishes KAPPA ALPHA TETA
to announce the pledging of Laura Kappa Alpha Theta sorority held
Zimmerman, '36, Doiothy Wilson, its spring formai dinner-dance Sat-
'36, and Muriel Rumsey, '34. urdaiy. Chaperons for the occasion
S3ETA THETA PI were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Moore,
of Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
Beta Theta Pi fraternity enter- iBert Anidreae, of Port Huron.
tained Mrs. Junius Beal and Presi-
dent Alexander G-. Ruthven at din- . Suday afternoon members of the
n r Sunday. eaculy were entertained at tea. Mrs.
P SI. z *E PFranklin Moore and Mrs. Leona B.
SBETAkema received, and Mrs. John S.
Members of Pi Beta Phi sorority Worley, Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Mrs.
entertained their mothers last week- C. S. Yoakum, and Mrs. Howard
end. A varied program of entertain- Holhnes poured. Pink roses and pink
ment was provided for the guests,| candles were used to decorate the
including a mother-father dincr table
Sunday noon.!!lKAPIA TAU
The following mothers were pres- Phi Kappa Tau fraternity ield its
ent for the week-end: Mrs. A. M. spring party Friday night. Mr. and
Giddings and Mrs. Claude Cummings, Mrs. R. F. Culver, of Birmingham
of Battle Creck; Mrs. L. A. DeWitt, were chaperons. The party was plan-
of St. Johns; Mrs. A. R. Maujer, of i nted by Clyde Davis, Jr '33.
Berrien Springs: Mrs. C. A. Morford,
of Detroit; Mrs. Frank Rayen, of A PPA
Owosso; Mrs. H. A. Snyder, of Cleve- The members of Sigma Kappa so-
land; Mrs. J. F. Daly, of Port Huron; iority held their spring formal Fri-
Mrs. Florence K. Scherling, Mrs. C. I day night. Jo Kitchin, '35, was in
C. Bradner, Mrs. H. J. Campbell, charge of the dance. Chaperons for
Mrs. H. C. Dishman, and Mrs. A. W. the dance were Mrs. E. B. Holt, Mrs.
Mercer, of Detroit; Mrs. George A. Charles Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Osborn, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mrs. H. Earl, and Prof. Louis A. Hopkins and
M. Bowser, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; and Mrs. Hopkins.

Speakers of the evening were Dean
Lloyd, Miss McCormick, Glendora
Gosling, '33, and Elsie Feldman, '33,
president. Novel place-cards, in the
form of miniature mortarboards,
were used.
The present membership of Senior
Society includes Dorothy Abbitt,
GladysmBaker, Dorothy Davis, Elsie
Feldman, Glendora Gosling, Anne
Goss, Louise Peterson, Evelyn Radtke,
Annette Rudolphi, Suzanne Wood,
Jeanette Albracht, Louise Allen,

and Ann Verner.
In accordance with custom, the
remainder of Senior Society's quota
of 20 will be chosen by the initiate
group in the fall.
Michigan League 6Ballroom
Friday, May J)9
Tickets at League, Hut, Den, Parrot
$1.50 per couple plus tax

Drug Co.

J ust two

words .

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Mrs. G. C. Spencer, of Grand Rapids.
At a house-party given last week-
end by Phi Delta Theta fraternity
the following guests were present:
the Misses Betty Speir, of Grand Ra-
pids; Alice Betzler, of Huntington,
Ind.; Helen Louise Corwin, of Jack-
Sson; Mildred Carlson, Catheri
Welke', and FrancesaLongs , all of
Detroit; Janet Wells, of Bay City:
Catherine Thompson, of Boston:
Faye Bustin, of Lakewood. IL; Mikiel
Hail, of Melburn, Fla.: Meta BI:iby.
of M o u n t Pleasant; Marguerito
Mann, of Coldwater and Alice Cleve-
land, of Ann Arbor. Mary Browne,
'33, Marart Arnold, '34, May See-
rio Signm i uembrs
'N n W ard n ~ de
Two silver cup emblematic of cam-
pus contract bridge supremacy have!
been awardcd to Andrew K. Brum-
baugh, jr., '33E, and Richard Becker,
'33E, it was announced yesterday.
Both are members of Sigma Nu fra-
ternity. The two have been consist-
ent - winners in bridge competition
here for the past three years, and
this year won the all-campus tour-
nament sponsored by the Union and
the League.

Annual -Adult Education
Week rf Be held Here
An outstanding event in the his-
tory cf Women's clubs, it was an-
nounced recently, is the second an-
nual Adult Education Week to be
held June 5 to 9 at Ann Arbor under
the auspices of the University and
the State Federation of Women's
Lectures by men of national and
.ntn znational reputation, covering
every field of interest, political, so-
cial, international relations, science,
and art, are planned for the many
club women who are expected tQ
Authorities planning the affair
have unounc'ed a new registration
lee of $3. Interested women will be
met by a reception committee whoI
will render all possible assistance.
R ,gist'ation will be at 9 a. in. Mon-
day, June 5.
~- -----

Yes, I have heard about two
words; and now and then
three words-but "They Sat-
isfy"means To gratify fully."
Why do these two words
ttthey satisfy" fit Chester-
fields? Because Chesterfield
Cigarettes are miilder. Be-
cause Chesterfield Cigarcttcs
taste better.
Chesterfield's way of blend-
ing and cross-blending fine
Turkish and Domestic tobac-
cos brings out better flavor
and aroma.
Thecy Satisfy!

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