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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUSSOIT

SOCf ETA'

League Will Have
Year's Last Dane

IlJl Foundation P1

Many Houses
To Hold Spring
Dances Toniffht

Costume Designs By Argna Enters On Display

Fabric

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"Artemus, from the Cycle of Pagan
Greece" as drawn by the distin-
guished dance-mime, Miss Angna
Enters, to appear in the Dramatic
Season on Monday and Tuesday,
May 29 and 30, in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. This is one of a
series of 60 costume designs drawn
by Miss Enters which are now being
exhibited in the main lobby of the
University LUbrary.

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Annuial Spring Dances,
Formal Dinner Parties
Are Week-End Features
Senior Swingout having set' the
pace, the campus will be very active
this week-end. Many houses are
holding their annual spring formals,
and many others are ntIrtaining
in honor of the Seniors.
Pi Kappa Alpha is holding its an-
nual spring formal dinner dance Fri-
day night. The dinner dance will
be closed but the dance afterwards
will be open. The table is to be dec-
orated with green and white tapers,
and bowls of spring tulips will be
placed about the fraternity. Mr. and
Mrs. Lee H. Bierce and Mr. and Mrs.
W. Carlson will chaperon. Al Cow-
an's orchestra will furnish the music.
Gilbert Palmer, '33, is chairman of
the function.
Delta Epsilon Pi fraternity will
hold an informal dance at the G.A.
P.A. Hall Friday night. Theodore
Argue, '33E, is making the arrange-
ments. Mr. and Mrs. John Gajalis
of Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. P. R.
Letsis of Brooklyn will chaperon the
dance.
Francis J. Coates is in charge of
the summer formal which Alpha Sig-
ma Phi fraternity is holding Friday
night. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Twuerful
will act as chaperons.
Delta Sigma Delta fraternity will
also hold their annual spring formal.
William Handel, '33, is chairman
of the annual spring formal dinner
dance to be given by the members of
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity Friday
night at the Huron Hills Country
Club.
Also-entertaining Friday night with
a spring formal is Theta Xi frater-
nity, according to Mason Barlow,
Jr., '35E, who is in charge of the
dance. Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard
Coursey, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes will chaperon.
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity plans
to hold a formal dance on Friday
night. 'Mr. and Mrs. Gene Burhams
will chaperon.
Members of the Phi Kappa Sigma
fraternity are entertaining with an
informal dance on Saturday night.
George Kohler, '36, is in charge of
the arrangements. Dr. and Mrs. M.
R. McGarvey, of Ann Arbor; and
Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard Cour-
sey, of Ann Arbor will act as chap-
erons.
Delta Upsilon, Delta Tau Delta,
and Alpha Tau Omega fraternities
also plan to entertain at dances this
week-end.
STUDENT COUPLE ENGAGED
The betrothal of Jeanne Whitman,
'33, to Charles Furst, Grad., was an-
nounced at a dinner at Pi Beta Phi
sorority last night. Miss Whitman
is the daughter of Harry G. Whit-
man, of Grand Rapids, while Mr.
Furst, whose home is in Freeport,
Ill., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
E. Furst.

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Fabric gloves have proved them-
selves the adequate answer to a hot
weather prayer, be the occasion what
it may. Inexpensive, variable, andE
washable, they slam the door on
muggy stickiness. And take for ex-
ample the frilly organdie creations
for formal wear that everyone longs
to buy, outside of being everything
else desirable, they combine entrac-
ingly with ruifly dresses and the
"eighties" movement.
For afternoon and dressy sports
wear, we've found many combina-
tions of suede cloth and organdie, all
organdie, and colored fabrics. Wide
cuffs are being seen in all styles,
gauntlets adapting themselves to
short puffs and fitting snuggly over
wrist-length sleeves.

lorm story Gives Dinner
F or Members Of Faculty
Lasct night Betsy Barubour enter-
tained the following people at din-
ner: Regent J. D. Beal and Mrs.
Beal; Prof. D. B. McLaughlin of theI
astronomy department, and Mrs. Mc-
Laughlin; Prof. 0. S. Duffendack of
E the physics department, and Mrs.
Duffendack: Mr. M. F. Modder of the
English department, and Mrs. Mod-
der; Nelson Van de Luyster of the
German department; Karl H. Reich-
enbach of the history department;
Mr. M. V. Wheeler; Mr. Howard
Holmes and Mrs. Holmes; and Mrs.
George B. Reed.
The tables were lighted with
candies and decorated with spring
flowers.
The residents of Betsy Barbour
have issued invitations to Ann Arbor
and faculty friends for a tea to be
held Sunday, May 28, honoring Rob-
ert Henderson and the stars of the
Dramatic Festival

P C "HAVAN A "
PUNCHED TIE PATTERN

The Hillel Foundation will hold
Supper dancing will replace after- a banquet at 6:15 p. m. next Sunday
a the Union. This is the last social
noon tea dancing in the League Grill function of the year and is being
for the remainder of the season, due j given in farewell to the outgoing
to the increasingly warm weather.! oficers and in honor of the new offi-
There is to be no minimum cover cers.
charge for the 8:30 to 10:30 danc- Rabbi Heller, of the Foundation,
ing, for which Al Cowan and his is making an effort to secure Rabbi
band, popular campus dance orches- Louis Mann of Chicago as the guest
tra, will play. spcatker, but arrangements have not
Marking the conclusion of the been definitely made- as yet. In ad-
League's week-end dances, a sport d cition to the guest speakrer, Rabbi
dance will be held at the League Heller and the outgoing officers will
Grill on Saturday night also give short talks.

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THERE IS A REASON
WHY WE ARE CROWDED AT LUNCH AND DINNER
BEST FOOD AT POPULAR PRICES
Parties are easily served at 12:20 and 6:30
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Mothers' House Party Planned;
Pledging, Elections Take Place

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Dancing during dinner Friday, Saturday and
Sunday evenings 6:15 - 7:30
FINAL DANCE OF THE SEASON
Saturday night May 20C930 - 12 30
MUSIC BY D UCKENBpROD S ORCHESTRA

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Chi Phi announces the election of
the following officers recently: Don-
ald A. Johnston, '34, president; John
Deo, '34, vice president; John D.
Morgan, '35, recording 'secretary;
Robert B. Stewart, '34, treasurer;
Venable D. Johnson, '34E, corre-
sponding secretary; Thomas J. Lan-
des, '36, custodian.
DELTA ZETA
Delta Zeta sorority is entertaining
the mothers of the active members
at a mothers' houseparty, this week-
end. Following their arrival tonight,
the mothers are to be taken to din-
ner. Luncheon will also be 'outside
the house on Saturday followed by
an informal dinner at the house Sat-
urday night. On Sunday after a sun-
rise breakfast, at which corsages are
to be presented, the guests will beE
taken to church. Dinner at the house
will follow. GoldiagLightfoot, '33, is
in charge of a program to be given
in the afternoon.
THETA xi
Theta Xi fraternity announces the
pledging of David Barnes, '36, of Ann
Arbor. Several guests were enter-
tained during Mothers' Day week-
end. Among them were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Oakes, of Ann Arbor; Mrs.
C. W. Casper and Mrs. J. R. Perret,
of Marshall, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs.
Kirk Reed, Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Weir,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorward, and
Mr. Frank Lee, all of Cleveland,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Gerk-

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ensmeyer, of Joliet, Ill.; Mrs. L. B.
Hayes, of Detroit; Miss Olene Rippey
and Mr. Lisle Rippey, of Sturgis.
CHI OMEGA
Chi Omega sorority entertained its
patronesses and alumnae at a din-
ner Tuesday night. Among those at-
tending were Mrs. Anna May Parker,
a charter member, and her daughter
Helen. Lavender sweet peas and roses
adorned the tables. After closing
hours last night, the senior members
were entertained by the juniors with
a spread in honor of swing-out.
Where To Go-
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
White Sister;" Majestic, "No Other
Woman;" Wuerth, "Evenings for
Sale."
May Festival: Rose Bampton,
contralto, Young People's Festival
Chorus, Juva Higbee and Eric De-
Lamarter, conductors, 2:30 p. in.,
Hill Auditorium; All Wagner pro-
gram, Grete Stueckgold, soprano,
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fred-
erick Stock, conductor, 8:15 p. m.,
Hill Auditorium.
Exhibitions: Exhibition of stu-
dents' work under the direction of
Prof. Avard Fairbanks, League; a
variety of works by members of the
faculty of the Architectural College,
9 a. in. to 5 p. m., Architecture
Building; Exhibition of International
Water Colors, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.,
Alumni Memorial Hall.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Tau kappa Epsilon entertained at
dingier Wednesday night Miss Rose
Hobart and Miss Katherine Wicks
Kelley, stars of the Dramatic Festi-
val, Ainsworth Arnold,:prominent
director, and Dr. Carleton Peirce;
chapter adviser, and Mrs. Peirce.
NEATEST
TRIK
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SUMMER
FOLLOW THE
"50 TIMERS",*
to a LOW-COST EUROPEAN
VACATION
Psoplewho have traveled across the Atlantic
50 times or more via the White Star Line.
T'S really an investment--a Euro-
pean vacation this summer.Travel
is cheaper, sea-going vacations are
cheaper-perhaps never again will
you have this opportunity!Sail on the
ships that are the "50 Timers"' favor-
ites ... mighty White Star liners that
have been chosen 50 times and more
by scores of veteran seagoers.
Get the most out of your vacation
trip on these great ships: The Ala-
jestic, world's largest ship; famous
Olympic; Georgic (new) and Britannic
England's largest motor liners; and

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Final eeK-End anCe
in The
MICHIGAN LAU
GRILL ROOM
SATURDAY, MAY 20TI-
Nine until Twelve
75c per Couple Minirnum Food Charge tor Dancers
AL COWAN AND HIS BAND
GRILL ROOM DANCING
EVERY EVENING
Telephone 2-3251 for Your Reservation
0 N E W $?W~So
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Very Special at $0
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