THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Aihena Specelh Society
ld4 4Social Meeting
,'lii meting ThurLIsdiay niI1ht atthe
Woien's League. The members and
tryouts in uLce honor the party
was ive, plyedbridge, and Wini-
I i1ed Arthur, '33 SML enterta ined with-
t wo pi'flO sele:'ti~ns.
The next meeting; of the society
Mil be the orcaiumofi pledging,
Gladys Baker, '33, president, an-
To Return For
Fraternities Entertain Dis-
tinguished Guests At
Dinners And Dances
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Mr. A. Ford Dickerson, travelling
secretary of the Delta Sigma Phi fra-
ternity, will be a guest of the local
chapter this week-end, possibly at-
tending the game. Mr. Dickerson,
who is a member of the chapter at
Millikan University, was at the house
the week-end of the Northwestern
game, and attended the game.
Another distinguished guest this
week-end will be Mr. Charles Grace,
'28, former Varsity goalie of the
Michigan hockey team.
'KAPPA DELTA RHO
A tea will be held at the Kappa
Delta Rho house on Sunday, Oct. 23.
The guests will be Prof. and Mrs. W.
E. Lay; Prof. and Mrs. Eich; and
Prof. and Mrs. Williams, who are all
honorary members of the fratL -,ity.
Dean and Mrs. Bursley wll be guests
from the University.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
House will hold an informal dance
this Saturday evening in honor of its
pledges. Among the guests expected
are Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Godha-
mer of Ann Arbor, .Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur S. Purdy; Mr. and Mrs. Hai-
old Desenberg; and Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Teller of Detroit; Leonard
Laser of 'Chicago; and Howard Brett
and Robert ILieb Of Newark, N. J.
For the week-end of the Illinois
gane the Sigma Chi fraternity is ex-
pecting among, their guests several
from Indiana. They areMr. and Mrs.
Leslie R. Bain, of Indianapolis; Wen-
dall Schullenberger, of Gary; Mr.
and Mrs. I. E. Woodard, 'of Indian-
apolis, Mr. Thurlow Coon, '03, of De-
troit is also to return for the game.
The fraternity wishes to announce
the pledging of Edwin King, '36, from
Charleston, West Virginia.
Theta Xi is .giving a 'supper dance
on Sunday .evening. MVr. -and Mrs.
John C. "Mathes wil e 'the chap-~
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
The fraternity will entertain the
following guests and alumni this
week-end for the Illinois game: Jus-
tin Weaver, James Barger, of Detroit.
ters, and Leslie Butler, of Detroit.
Paul Goebel, David Forbes, and Pau-
line Gulliford, of Grand Rapids, Fred
Lyon of .Royal Oak, and Fred
Schweitzer of Milwaukee, Wis.
317 South State St.
Entrance next to Quarry's Drug Store
on State Street
Ladies Personality Haircutting
will be done at our shop every
Wednesday by Mr. A.,G. Kirk
of Detroit. We advise making
All Work done by licensed operators
N o v e I Accessories
For Daytime Wear
By CAROL J. HANAN
Somebody said once that it was
"the little things that counted" and
certainly it is true in the world of
fashion. The accessories, the little
oddseand ends, how they can make
or break a costume.
Neckwear has been of particular
importance this year. Silk or pique
collars and cuff sets, although they
have been out for some time, are still
popular as a "freshener up" of
dresses. Something new in the line
of neckwear has been introduced in
the way of little round fur collars
made of either ermine or mink tails
that tie up close to the base of the
throat. These were suggested to wear
with untrimmed coats, or wool
Sequin accessories are beginning to
become more and more significant
as the season advances. Sequin cape-
lets, cowl effects and wide belts con-
tribute much to the elaboration of
In footwear, stylists are accenting
the high cuts, as a marked contrast
to last year's open sandal. Sandals
are still popular, however, especially;
for evening wear, but there is a ten-i
dency to kClose up the toe of the shoe.
One lovely evening shoe we noticed
followed the trend of rich colors that
is being shown in evening gowns. It
was gold kid stitched in wine and
Comedy club To Give
Lynn Starling's Play
"Meet the Wife," modern light
comedy, by Lynn Starling, will be
Comedy Club's first presentation, ac-
cording to Mary Pray, '34, president.
Russell McCracken, former member
of the club, will direct the produc-
tion, which will take place Nov. 10,
11, and 42 in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre of the Women's League.
Other officers of the club are:
James Doll, vice-president; Ann Ver-
ner, '33, secretary; James Raymond,
Mrs. Rudolph J. Bodner, Miami,
Fla., owns a bullfinch which warbles
two distinct melodies.
Years Projects Include
Completion Of Funds
Five general meetings featuring
women speakers in addition to five
International Relations Group lunch-
eons will form the main program of
the Ann Arbor Branch of the Amer-
ican Association of University omen.
it was announced recently.
Projects for the year will include
the completion of a fund of $1,000
for Fellowships, which is the quota
apportioned by the national head-
quarters, and the awarding of schol-
arships to undergraduate women,
from a fund of $399.
Both Junior and Senior groups
plan a rummage sale to be held
jointly in the near future.
French, German and Italian
classes are being organized, and the
usual study by Pre-School, EElemen-
tary School, Adolescent and College
groups is being followed. The total
membership for Ann Arbor and Ypsi-
lanti is 279.
Newly appointed committee chair-
men for the year are Mrs. W. F. Gie-
fel, international relations; Mrs. Ar-
SHE'S ON A BUDGET
and she's a
Sheer Chiflon.....' 19c to $1.95
Service and Seni-Ser viwe
6e = $9e
A full line of ladie's Capeskin
and Pigskin Gloves at $1.95
The CAMPUS SHOP
229 S. State
Sororities Plan For Wek-E d
diii Iianers, Bufet Suppers
ALPHA CHI rOM ed this week end by a visit from their
4 Alpha Chi Omega will entertain national inspector, Miss Julia Riser
at a formal tea Sunday afternoon in of New York, N. Y.
honor of the sorority house mother, THETA PHI ALPHA
Mrs. Boon Gross. Theta Phi Alpha will hold open
The receiving line will be composed house,tand wil entertain at a buffet
of Constance Beery, '33, house presi- supper after the game on Saturday.
dent, Mrs. Howard McCluskey, and PHISIGMA SIGMA
Mrs. John Mathes.
The tea table, to be laid in the Phi Sigma Sigma wishes to an-
dining room, will be attractively dec- nounce the pledging of Sarah Rosen-
orated with yellow talisman roses baum, '36, Ann Arbor, Thursday
and yellow tapers, night.
Among those who have received in- The sorority will hold formal open
vitations for the affair are Miss Alice house Sunday afternoon in honor of
Lloyd, Dean of Women; Dr. Margaret out of town guests.
Bell, Dr. Helene Schultz, Mrs. Alex- PI BETA PHI
ander G. Ruthven, and Mrs. John R. Pi Beta Phi will hold open house
Effinger. All the sorority house Saturday after the Illinois game.
mothers, dormitory heads and house SIGMA KAPPA
presidents on campus have also been Following Saturday's football game
invited. Sigma Kappa will give a buffet sup-
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA per for the pleasure of the week end
Alpha Gamma Delta will be honor- house guests of the sorority.
- ZETA TAU ALPHA
thur B. Moehlman, education; Mrs. Miss Charlotte Munch, '30, of
Robert Hall, program and hospital- Flint, was the guest of Zeta Tau
ity;Mrs.H. P. Marley, publicity; Miss Alpha Thursday.
Ethel McCormick, scholarship; Miss The sorority is planning open
Sara hedon, legislative; Mrs. E. L. house for Saturday afternoon follow-
Adams, membership. ing the game.
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3rd Big Day.
OUR 8th ANNIVERSARY SALE
tI a Thrilling
Array of NEW
They are values almost
unbelievable for the price
in black or brown
or STREET WEAR
that really fit
$5 per Pair
for MEN and WOMEN
AAA to C
EARLE BOOT SHOP
123 East Liberty Street
Hundreds of Other Styles in
Brown Kid . Black Kid . Fialle
In High and Medium Heels
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
The Sensation of The Season!
Specially Purchased and
Priced Ridiculously Low
Charm one like the blossoms of springtime. They are here
in all the tints of the season - Peach, Gold, Nile, Azure,
White, Black. Copies of models from famous Paris de-
signers at prices almost unbelievably low. Crepes, Gapins,
Laces and Rough Weaves vie with one another for popu-
larity. It is time well spent to come down town and save
on your purchases.
We've got a lot to tell you.
All about the grand, new
things that have just come in
.Formal gloves in eight,
twelve and sixteen button
lengths . . . from $3.95 to
$5.50 ... and formal under-
,things that you'll know are
right. Then there are new
bags in a variety of materi-
als .. . and just all sorts of
new accessories. You'd better
drop in . .. especially if you
are going formal.
$1.3 and $1.65
Special Valutes This Week!p
- $12 -
. . and Others
They're genuine, first quality furs,
coats with the warmth, luxury, and
distinction that only such fine furs
can give. It's the opportunity of a
lifetime - coats of this price were
never before so low priced -
In our Gown Room you'll find the new things in Street
and Afternoon gowns. The new SILKS, the new VEL- BLUE SUEDE
VETS, the new LACES are being shown In regular and BLACK SUEDE
half sizes in all the new colorings that the fall season has
put its stamp of approval on. High grade garments from AAAA to C Sizes
the best makers, but at little prices. Widths 3% to 9
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