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Tl.HE IIC HIGC'AN DAILY

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Social Program
YIra ern i isSororities rio
With D~inners Awl Teas
Fr~atrnities and sororities will be
busy during the week-end with sev-
eral dances, both formal arcd inf or-
maln. Sororities %will also continue
their rushing dinners and teas for
ahlumnae anid guests.
TAUT DELTA P1JI
The pledges of Tau Delta Phi vwill
honor the active nmmbers of the fira
ternity with a forma~l dance tonight.
Mutiic will be provided for the affair
by Blue McAllisters.
Mr. Jacob and Mrs. Sachs and lair
and M/rs. Samuel Paul will chazperon,
the dance. Additonal guests are to
be: air. MV. R. McGarvey and Mr's.
Mc1~arvey; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ben-
yas, Detroit; ITr. Jack Eliasohn. Lud-
ington; MVr. A. Herbert Eiges III, De-
troit; Jean Dujardin, Grad.; Han-
nah Fein, Detroit; Julia Forman, De-f
troit;~ Lola Weinberg, Detroit; Ger-
trude Friedman, Ypsilanti; Zona
K~eyes, Windsor, Ont.; L.ucy Guest,
Cleveland, Ohio; Ruth Satin, Chi-
cago; Dorothy Steinberg, '36;
Blanche Goldstone, '36; Nadene
Lewis, '33; Hanna Kaplan, '34; Sey-
ri Schoen, '36; Janet. Nieman, '36;
Emily Luxemberg, '34; Rosalind
Greenberg, '35; Florence Kemp, '36;
Phyllis Stewart, '36; Marian Atrani,
'33; Harriet Jacob, '36; Edith Gold. f
'36; Florence Travis, '35; Ruth Hlur-
witz, '34; Fay Lorry, '36; Jane Ha-
be,'36; and Edith Bergman, '34.

Novel IProgam
I1s Fe atr At
Catholic ixer1!
11 PrStudent Alffair
Men-fbers of the St. Mary's Stun
dent Chapel plan af mixer from 3j
until 5 p. m. Saturday.I
Besides the regular dance pro-I
gram, several specialty numbers by{
the students will be feat Iused. Mary
J,,ne, Busch, '34, will give musical
comedy dances. Frances Johnson, '33,
who sazng at thI at ,Imier, will sing
seve :l nu.mbers and Marie Reid, '35,
will do a nove-lty tap) number.
-Walter B. Allen, '33, and Mary
Paul, '35, both Newman Club offi-
cers, are in charge of the dance. They
wtill be assisted bay: marry L. Merd-,
zisk~i, 134L, Anthony F. Klute, Jr.,I
' - E, Leon L. Gordon, 34, Charles
J. DePutron, '34, David A. Mutchler,

j y CAROL, J, IIANAN the use of lace were all in vogue tbh
No Wec'ililustration could be as now.
madec of the tr endt in fashion today The pale yellow silk gown Wo
tow ard the f vbelows. of the Victorian b iinChni h is c
periods than con. rasr, of the gowns! the same fitted lines.. the bro
worn in play Produtction's presenta-
tion of "Hedda QGabler" to the pres-! shoulder effect, and the square nec
ent mode, l'ine that are so much in favor nc
"Ph, 0_.Pf ll full ~vcst:jil Translatecd into modern terms

the square anci hgh necklines, and
Chartered-Bus
Available For
Performane
'Emily White, of Ihe physical edlu-
caition diepar'tment, annountced today
that plans are being made to charter
a bus to attend the Detroit performi-
ance of Mart ha Graham, at t he Baon-
stelle Theatre at 3:15 Sunday. The
bus will leave the League at 1:30 a nd
return by 6:30.
Miss White went on to say that
with the interest shown in Miss Gra-
ham's recitals in Ann Arbor there
will probably be many interested in
making the trip, and reservations

w old nmake a lovely dinnler-tea gown.
M ~ iss Cohien's frock in the second
act was a copey of a gown wvorn by
Lynn Fotntaine. I was composed of
(dark green crepe with fitted bodice
and, hi;" lin,a zlong trailing skirt
with the fullnes s all in the back and
huge pc uffed brocade d sleeves that
tighten at the elbow to the. wrist. For
a be autiful andi very modern dinner
gow.n or, ironically enough, many of
thfe ew so-clled "speakleasy dresses"
are beingi made along These lines, the
only mdfcto neces sary would be
in the simple ma (tter of length.
The black Otffieta frock worn in the
last act is inic'ative of the present
flare for taffeta. Thle short pan-cak~e
puffed sleeves of the dress are the
type being shown on the newest
spring forma ls and while modern de-
signers have not quite convinced us
of the need for bustles, at least they
hay. qu. ifled thc original idea with
bringing all the fullness of the dress
to the back.

Spring street dresses, seen at a New York fashion show,
jacket on the mnodel at the left'is much in vogue this -year,
befla to -uatch, shown at the right, constitute the chic rainy

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feature checks and capes. ,The double breasted
and the reversible checked cotton cape and umn-
day ensemble._

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WhitwortliAndg
M5'Clelland Vows
SSaid Recently,

Prof. Philip L. Schenk of the Eng..
lish department was a dinner guest Susan>< Shorts, E. . Ryani
at the Trigon house last night.,rcMarid nxriat
U'H1A EPSILON PU! r ared I rvt
Alpha Esilon Phi will entertain Cre ny nSgia
eight guests at a rushing dinner to-___
ni~t, he arriage of Lucille French .
G~AMfMA PHTI BETA Mc~lelland, '32, to Robert FrederickI
~The' Gamma Phi Beta alumni of Whitworth, '29, took place at the
Detrit nd nn rborareentr-lome of the bride's parents in Detroit'
taining the Ann Arbor mothers and Wednesday. The ceremony was per-
(;he active chapter with a tea Satur- formed by the bride's* grandfather,Ic
day. Mrs. J. S. Breakey, Mrs. Dean the Rev. W. P. French, with her sis-
W. Myers, Miss Rose Anderson, Miss ter, Carol McClelland, as maid of
Grace Anderson will pour. Decora- honor. Richard K. Amlerson, of Lans-
tions will include spring flowers and ing, assisted the groom as best man.
creamn-colored tapers. FolwnCh eeoya h
ALP'IIA OMICRON P> dome a wedding breakfast was served
Six guests are to be entertained Ito the guests, many of whom were
Monday night at a rushing dinner from out of the city.
at the Alpha Omicron Pi house. Ivory Miss .McClelland was a member ofr
tapers and spring flowers will deco- Alpha Phi sorority while on campus
rate the tables. and her husband was' a member of!c
Cki OMEGA Phi Delta Theta fraternrity.
Spring flowers, blue tapers, andI An other marriage whh .took place a
lace table cover were the attr active recently was that of Susan Shorts
decorations at a rushing dinner given 'and Edmond Colbert Ryan, '32. The
last night at the Chi Omega house! ceremony took place Saturday at the
for fourteen guests. Mildred Todd,I bride's h1ome in Saginaw. Only mem- 1
'32, who is now playing at the Civic bers of the family 'were present.
theatre in Detroit, was also a guest The bride is a formoer" member of
of the sorority.I Alpha Phi sorority and was a student.
DELTA DELTA DELTA last year in the music school. She
Delta Delta Deity is giving an in- is the daughter of Regent R. Perry
forma.l house dance from 9:30 to 1 Shorts.
Friday, F'eb. 24. The music will beJ Mr. PRyan was a member of Alpha
supplied by Pete Blornquist's orches- IDlta Phi fraternlity, M~ichigamua
tra. Paula Fales. '33, who is in charge and the Sphinx~. He. was captain of p
of the decorations, is carryinlg out the Varsity tennis team last year. t
the unique idea of covering the walls
of the rooms in which there will be
dancing wth caricatures of comic- iD, nce To Be Held ByI
strip characters cut from newspaper's Gaii" 1 1IC t iidcii Is Here
and colored.
The chaperon es for the danice will! The next in a series of gradua te
be Mr. and Mrs. Georgte E. Lewis, Mr. s ticent dan) ces is scheduled for 9 toI
and Mrs. Wa lter Reichert, and Mrs.' 12 p.n. on Satur'day, Feb. 25, ac- F
Thomas Anders on, Delta Delta Delta cording- to Miss Jeanette(;oPerry, as-I
ho~ s -t o h .M r a e e n B o va i tI d i f v' m l 11 a a u it 33E, is inl charge of the dance. advi. or . As w as done ini the case of - -it e f r n z ii °. h s a f i s t
"i tSm ke 1el be held in) the Women's; Athletic
First ' ino cr .I- Cld Buildinzg. The. admission charge is f
By P a' _ -q-p Psi 30 cents per person.!r
B A ph K r Miss Marie D. .Hartwig, of the
_____-~ physical education decpartment, andc
First of a series of smokers plan- Gordon L., Jensen, of the engineer-z
ned for thec next few months by Al- inlg colleg'e, will be in charge of the1
pha Kappa Psi, professional busi- ; alfair.
nress administr ation fraternity, was _ --_________________
that held from 8i until !I p. n1. Tues-
day at the chaptc3r housw- ot1325' i~tbc Ictr It)Asist.
Wqtishtenaw. The affair was, attendedT *
by 40 facuilty memb11a ead students , i Aaucroir 1o
of the' businecss admlinistraition school, WNith t he comningof Miss~ Franices
A hi; blight of the eelnng As the I Mainche(skier to assist in the League.
diicsifi'oln of;['osp~1ial Ma 'agemeut hosierly shp, n e1 w'A lei":1~slnship
Un Aconig (~ I :u ct d 1by nrirthodls 7are bei ingitroduced ianId
George'P. Buckley, '26, ollice maz~n- neexv imlpetus has bccen given to s les,
ager, Of ithe Univrclsity IHospital. M'iss Manc{hester is from Mack anld
This tieries of smokers has been Co., and, besides assisting in the
planneidc by Alpha Kappa Psi as a shop, will instruct the women work-
group of professional progrlams to in- for honlor points in the art of
prov;ide for- the students and f'aculty slsaihp
a discusision of lbus ine'ss views on subi- 'The shop10 has ,.1a,dedblouses to its
jects oi Professional and Political inl- s ocl: which_ formerly included hos-

D~rnioryWoenSpeilLounges
LeveFoJ~oidy~Available For
A number of Mosher-Jordan worn- J
en deft Ann Arbor over Washington's Union,~ n e
birthday. From Mosher Louise
Krause, '35, went to Chicago; Jean}
Hammer, . '36, to Detroit; Dorothy Special lounges for organizations
Hall, '35. 'to Highland Park; andI attending one of the regular Union
Harriet Fishmnan., '35, to Detroit. membership dances will be provided
F'rom Jordan Janice Rice, '35, and on the third floor of the building~
F'lorence Harper, '36, to Detroit; Ada beginning with March 10, John W.
Roach, '33, Ruth Collins, '33, and' Lederle, '33, Union president, an-
Helen Jacobs, '34, to Newport. I nounced yesterday.
A 'special dinner was held at the Any fraternity, student organiza-
dormitoxy for residents and their Lion, or group of independents who
guests. The decorations as well as the can guarantee ten tickets for the
courses were carried out in a pa- evening will be furnished with one
tniotic color scheme. of the rooms as a private lounge for
Mrs. Shirley W. Smith and Mrs. their party. This plan is considerably
Charles 13, Vibbert assisted by Dor- more economical than having a pri-
othy Birdzell;, assistant; director of vate party and paying for the or-
xodnBl ordysedya h chestra, Lederle pointed out, but pro-
wueekly Mosher-Jordan,,, tea held in vizdes the some congenial atmosphere.
Mosher hall. Entertainment was fur- Comfortable chairs and divans will,
nished by the Freshman Girls' Glee be provided in the rooms and the
Club under the direction of Gwen- service will be provided from the
dolyn Zoller, '32SM. fountain at no more than the cost of
Edna Henley, '33, was in charge of the order. It is expected that the
arranigements for the tea, while Vir- room openin g off the balcony with
ginia Smith, '36, Katherine Yates, windows onto the ballroom will be inI
'35, Yvonne WAatson. '35, Virginia great demnand, he said. Several fra-R
Meyers, -'36, and Clarabelle Neu- ternities have already signed up for
becker, '36, assisted her in serving, the. first few nights, Lederle stated.
.Ble hacithsandblue taper-s4 It was also announiced by Lederle
wue hydeain sd. tat Helen "Ta]l" Tal )o, the blues
werethe ecortion use. snger, who has been featured on re-
centUnion dance programs, .has spe-
;,, I cially prepared a newv group of. num-
I '~I~#I 1.1 YJYJ Ibers for this week-end.
motion Piottures: Michigan1, "The .l
Match 'King",Majestic, -Hrtg f AR O NH N
t he Desert" Wuerth. "Stret fof !oE-OIAiN

"34, MaL~rie E. Heid, '35, Marion E. r.ay lbe made by calling 4121, exten-
Foley ,UIIJE. Edna L. Henley, '33, and 71
Miss Ettsch. soMiss graham received the Guggen-
-- helm prize for th.e most outstanding'
CUiLDRnEN'S PLZAYS GIVEN work l- ast ycar and she is considered
Two children's plays entitled "Six to have the most. completely unique,
Who Pass While the Lentil's Boil," and original type of movement used
and "Six David Wears a Crown," are in the dance world today.
to be given at 10 a. in. Saturday inI "She is one of the fewr people inter-
thte Lydia Miendelssohn theatre by es-ed in the dance as a. serious art,
the memxbers of Zda Phi Eta, wo- not as a form of entertainment,
mnen's spech':s( Ciety i. Thephtys "ae 1i} iss Whi tEe oncluded, and her d cane-
bel ig_ d. irated by Eleano GiCCll Inor, I"ghs rqetybeen om27pared t o
'3;3. Anyone 7ne'se s invited .to Iulr-oenpitg for se^, use's
attend. siiaprnpl.
Flowers.,,are iacessary atl''the present
Ii', s teyber ifcee.fl ressg

Take

F;LOWERS B:iNG-CHEER
FLOWERS,.l#FLOWE rRS, FLOWERS

Flowers delivered to all parts-of the world at 'Short notice bay' r.
If tim-e is allowed no extracharge is made and you
r rma y send your own card,

"Time,
Out!"
BETWEEN classes or late t
nihtiere's 1nothiil ; like
a bowl of Kellogg's ]Rice
K ispies to pack you up.
They'Ire so crisp - ac-
l ually crackle in milk or
cream. And they satisfy
hunger without taxing the
systenM. fade by Kellogg
in, Battle Creek.,
Listen!

Memnbe'r of thje FLQRTST'S
TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATIQN

THE UNIVERSITY FLOWlVER SHOP, INC.
Phone c 90'55 606 East Liberty St.'

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Plays: "Hedda Gabler," 8:30 p. in.,,
Labora-tory Theatre.
At hleticE Ivents: Hockcey,,Michigan1
vs. Illinesoaa 8 p.mi., Arena.
F'Nx iWit: Student art exencl u
H-ostess Roomz. League; Persian ar-
al Library; Leat~her book Jbidinlgs,
Willian) Clenwnts Libi lly,
Dances: Tea dancing, 3 to 5 p. in.,
League grill. Informal dancing, 9 p.
mn., League ballroom; Informal dznc-
ing, 9 p. in., Union ballroom; Formal
dance, closed, Alpha Xi Delta; For-
mal dance, closed, Delta Gamma;
Formal dance, closed, Taus Delta Phi.
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