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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women To Hold
Annuwl Frosh
Lante rn Dann e
Jean Seeley Announces
Both Men And Women
May Buy Dance Tickets
Tickets for the Freshman Lantern
Dance to be held May 27 at the
League may be purchased by any
student on campus, according to an
announcement made yesterday by
Jean Seeley, ticcet chairman. "In
some way the idea has arisen," she
stated, "that this dance is only for
freshmen or that only women may
purchase tickets. The contrary is
true; it is an all-campus affair for
which any student may procure a
ticket."
Tickets, which are priced at $1.00,
are on sale at the main desk of :the
League and in Angell Hall lobby,
In addition, to aid the campus wo-
men, a freshman has tickets in every
organized house on campus, includ-
ing both sororities and dormitories.
"As a fitting climax to a year of
parties, the freshman women are of-
fering an evening of unusual enter-
tainment for the price," said Hazel
Hanlon, finance chairman. "Not only
will an evening of dancing to Max
Gail's orchestra in the ballroom be
provided, but also refreshments and
excellent entertainment during the
intermissions will be included in the
blanket price of $1.00.
According to Winifred Bell, re-
freshment chairman, the League gar-
den will be open throughout the eve-
ning, and refreshments will be serve
starting about 10:30 p. m. During
an intermission after this time en-
tertainment will be presented on the
balcony overlooking the garden.
The singing, waltz, and tap chor-
uses will have a combined rehearsal
from 6:30 to 8:00 p. M. today on the
balcony, at which time the entire
program of entertainment will be
run through, Final eliminations for
positions will be made at this time.
Liurelieon Will Be
Given by A.A.U.W.
The Ann Arbor Branch of the
Ameican Association of University
Women will elect officers for the
coming year at its annual luncheon
at 12:15 p. m. Saturday at Huron
Hills Country Club. There will be
talks by Mrs. W. D. Henderson, State
president of the A. A. U. W., by Miss
Inez Bozorth, who was a delegate-
at-large from the University to the
national convention of A. A. U. W.
this month in Minneapolis. There
will be three-minute reports from
from board members. Members of
the Huron Hills Country Club who
are also members of A. A. U. W. will
act as hostesses at the luncheon.
Adelphi To Hold Annual
Honor Banquet Tonight
The annual banquet of Adelphi
House of Ilepresentatives will be held
tonight at the League. Benjamin
Wheeler of the history department
will speak at the meeting.
FRESHMAN
LANTERN DANCE
Michigan League Ballroom
MAY 27 9-12
Tickets $1.00 at League Desk
and Angell Hall

Honored By women

orities hold
Saen Ity Dinners

I-ill roses, yellow snapdragons, and
orchid tapers.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
The active members of Zeta Tau

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Alpha sorority entertained the mem-
I(i(' ee k !bers of the alumnae house-holding
corporation Saturday afternoon at a
dinner following the annual meet-
Alumina( Egtertainment ing. The table decorations consisted
Tof yellow tapeis and lavender and
To Keep) Houses Busy yellow flowers.
With Social Activities Among the alumnae guests who
were honored were the Misses Willa
Activities this week seem to be Belle Hoyt, '26, Eleanor Hewitt, '23,
mostly centered around sorority teas 'Sybil Clark, '24, Ethel Spilfbury, '24,
and dinners. However, election of Eleanor Blakely, '29, Viola Brekke,
officers and Sunday dinners have '28, Donna McCaughna, '31, and
also kept the fraternities busy. Emily Grimes, '31, all of Detroit;;
ALPHA Xi DELTA Jane Pinson, '32, of Grosse Ile; Helen
The members of Alpha Xi Delta Mikan, '32, of Durand; Mrs. Edward
sorority are giving a bridge tea this Prophet, '28, of Lansing, and Caro-
afternoon for their house chaperon, line Kelly, '28, of Toledo.
Mrs. Myrtle Moore. The patronesses 'ACACIA

H etrn Of Si"i"cr T
BringBackWhile Ouits
White has always bee predomi-
nant every season and this year is
far from being an exception. Its one
qualification that diffeentiaces be-
tween that of this and of past years
is the mndium in vrr it is used.
Not that the white linen suit is any
new style innovation--our mothers
wore them bicycling-but the cool
linen is of a slightly different texture
now, thinner and not so likely to
muiss.
With the advent of the white
sports suit, spoits shoes have had to
have a great deal of attention. In
order that they might be cool and of
light weight, perforated pigskin and
buckskin have been used, and nat-
ural wood heels are one of the latest
contributions. "Flaps" are still being
used, although not to the extent of
earlier in the spring, and these more
advanced "flaps" are being held
down with covered buttons.

-Associated Press Photo of
Dr. Meta Glass, president of
Sweetbriar College in Virginia and a
sister of Sen. Carter Glass, was
elected president of the American
Association of University Women at,
the association's Minneapolis con-.
vention.
All-Rubber To Be
Used In Fashion's
Newest Swint Suits
By MARNIE MORRISON
Give us one of these sweltering
days and great minds run in the
same channel, which is another way4
of saying that smart people start for
any available "swimmin' hole." And,
as in everything else, there are ways
and way to go swimming. The clev-
erest this season will see are the all-
rubber bathing suits, all types and
colors, that quite divorce one from
the thought of just any old knitted
thing.
And although the thought is in-,
clined to shock one's ancestors, plaid
and polkadot ginghams are some-
thing the dunes will see a lot of in
the bathing suit line. French jerseys
and knits have been used in novel
cuts, the newest colors being a deep
rich yellow and a rusty red. Hand-
knitted affairscome with the current
rage for keeping onself busy, that is,
if one is inclined that way.
But one doesn't swim all the time;
it would really be a sin with the
beach dresses for sunning that our
own American designers are spon-
soring. Wide cool green and white
striped linens with cord shoulder
straps made one we saw, the low
back to be covered with a white
bolero when the sun goes down. And
linen has scored again in the "plus
fours" that replace the proverbial
pajama and combine smoothly with
pull-over candy-stripe jerseys.

of the sorority and personal friends
of Mrs. Moore have been invited.
Kitty Rucker, '35, is in charge of
the tea. Table decorations will con-
sist of spring flowers and tapers.
GAMMA PHi BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority will en-
tertain at a rushing tea this after-
noon. Cream tapers and spring flow-
ers will form the centerpiece.
SIGM'4A KAPPA
The junior members of Sigma
Kappa sorority entertained the
senior members with a spread last
night. Dorothy Shapland, '34, was
in charge.
TIHETA PHI ALPHA
.-an Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Jean-
:iatte Perry, Miss Ellen B. Steven-
son, and Miss Ethel R. McCormick
were entertained by the members of

Acacia fraternity entertained the
following guests at dinner Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris, James
Norris, and Dr. S. T. Holmes and
Mrs. Holmes, all of Ann Arbor; Miss
Virginia Bailey, of Ann Arbor Hills;
Dorothy Norris, '33, Pauline Jones,
'33, and Marianne Sweet, '35.
HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE
The board of governors, the direc-
tors, and the occupants of Helen
Newberry Residence will give a din-
ner tonight for those students who
have made honorary societies this
year.
THETA XI
The following officers were elected
Monday night by Theta Xi frater-
nity: R. Nelson Shaw, '34, president;
Malcolm S. Eveleth, '34, vice-presi-

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Theta Phi Alpha sorority at a din- dent; Robert Mair, '34, treasurer; saw, '34, talented campus womar
ner last night. Crandal Bisbee, '33Ed., correspond- 'magician, delighted the youngsters
Mary M. O'Neill, '36, who was in ing secretary; Harvey H. Nicholson, with her feats of prestidigitation
charge of the dinner, carried out the '34E, steward; and James C. Lough- The entertainment was planned b3
decoration scheme with Johanna man, '35E, house manager. Ann Goss, '33, and Miss Baker.
DE RATION DAY is one week away

THIS
MEANS

FOOTWEAR
Will Be Greatly In Demand

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Special - One Week
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Mon., Tuesday, Wednesday
Shampoo and
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Facial . . . .50c
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6 CLEARANCE I
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You'll Buy Several At This Substantial
Reduction!
* White Silks 0 Sheer Silks
* Pastel Silks 6 Knitted Silks
r Printed Silks * Silk Crepes
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The selection JACOB-
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at this inviting price!
Others
$2.95 -$4.95
wellI-
You can't help but
find one, two, or may-
be three pairs that
you'll just love !
OVER 100 STYLES

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Pumps
Sandals
Spectators
Ties
Oxfords

Pique
Linen
Kidskin
Pigskin
China Buck

SEE OUR WINDOWS
For Ann Arbor's
Smartest Footwear
You don't believe this
--Ask your friends,
they'll tell you!

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