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November 03, 1932 - Image 5

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Cabaret Plans
Feature Ship
In Decorations
Entertainment Groups Are
Rehearsing For dancing
And Singing Choruses
Arrangements have progressed rap-
idly for the annual Sophomore Cab-
aret to be held Dec. 9 and 10 in the
League ballroom since the decision
by the central committee members to
center the decoration an dentertain-
ment about a ship.
Rehearsals have started for the
Cabaret entertainment. All women
taking part in any of the dances are
asked by Harriett Earle, chairman
of the entertainment committee, to
watch the Daily Official Bulletin for
rehearsal notices. The instruction of
the dance routines has been given
over to the members of the commit-
tee who will each be responsible for
the teaching of a dance.
Hilda Kirby, general chairman, has
stressed the need for co-operation
among Sophomore women to make
the Cabaret a success. Any eligible
woman is asked to reach any of the
chairmen if she is interested in help-
ing with the decorations or enter-
For women interested in earning
activity points, one point will be given
to eachicommittee member and each
girl taking part in a dance, or help-
ing in any way with the cabaret.
Tibbett Honored At
Formal Reception
At Betsy Barbour
Betsy Barbour House entertained
at 'a formal reception last night in
honor of Lawrence Tibbett. President
Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs.
Rithven; President Charles A. Sink
of the School of Music' and Mrs.
Sink; Mrs. Gerrit Diekema, director
of'Betsy Barbour House; Miss Kath-
leen Hamm, business manager; Mi-
riam Root, '33, house president, Sue
Wood, '33, Mary Jane Cummings, '34,
Sally Stapleton, '36, and Martha
Steen, '36 were in the receiving line.
Mrs. G. W. Patterson and Mrs.
Max Winkler poured, assisted by
Kathleen Carpenter, '35, and Lillian
Higgins, '33. 150 invitations were
sent to the members of the faculty
of the School of Music as well as to
faculty members of the other schools
of the University. Mi'. Stuart Wille
accompanist for Mr. Tibbett was also
Bowls of chrysanthemums in the
autumn shades decorated the par-
lors. Yellow and talisman roses and1
chrysanthemums were used in theI
dining room. Yellow and green can-
dles completed the color scheme.
Miss Lucille Root, '34, social chair-
man was in charge of the entertain-

Ohio Beauty Charms Broadway

Sororities Plan
Pledge Parties,
The Dean's dinner held last night'
by Kappa Kappa Gamma was in
honor of Alice Lloyd, Dean of Women,
Mrs. B. F. Bacher, Miss E. Steven-
son, and Miss J. Perry, assistants to'
the dean, and Miss E. McCormick,
social director in the office of the
dean of women.
Decorations included brown and
yellow button chrysanthemums and
cream-colored tapers.
Gamma Phi Beta will hold their
pledge formal Saturday night. Chap-
erones will be Mr. and Mrs. R. Win-
nacker, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ber-
The walls of the house will be pan-
elled in aquamarine, and colorful
marine designs will be used on them.
Martha Chapman, '33, and Laura
Finely, '33, are promoting the novel
Theta Phi Alpha kept up the Hal-
lowe'en tradition by holding a spread
for sorority members and pledges on
Monday night. The pledges enter-
tained with clever stunts, and after
the program, cider and doughnuts
were served.
Thursday afternoon, the chapter
will hold its annual pledge tea. Betty
Immel, '35, will be in charge of the
Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Mary Cush-
ing, '36 of Buffalo, New York, Helen
Brenner, '33 of Sharon, Penna., and
June Ashton, '34, of Detroit, Mich.

Chapter Houses
Are Hosts For
Guests, Alumni
Faculty Members Feted By
Theta Chi's; Grads Wel-
cored Over Week-End
Among the guests at the Phi Kap-
pa Psi fraternity house for the home-
comin week end were: John Dud-
man, Detroit, John Pottle, '31, De-
troit. James McManus, Toledo, Jerry
Nettleton, Toledo, Edgar A. Guest,
Detroit, Robert Patrick, Detroit, Ed-
ward Wilcox, Detroit, Forrie Olds,
Detroit, Shirley Snow, Detroit, Wal-
ter Allen, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Milo
White, Freemont, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cox of Bir-
mington, Mich., were chaperones at
the dance Saturday night. Several of
the women who attended from out
of town were: Elizabeth Hanna, Bet-
sy Calandar, Mary Ann White, and
Helen Mason, all of Detroit; Doris
Cox, Birmingham, Mich.
Among the guests at the Hermitage
for the home-coming week end were:
Mr. and Mrs. William Ackerman,
Swanson, Ohio, and Mary Evans,
Huntington Woods, Mich.
The fraternity will hold a formal
dance November 19th.
Saturday night the Pi Kappa Phi
fraternity entertained their guests
and friends with their homecoming
dance. The chaperones were Prof.
and Mrs. Roderick McKenzie.
Among those present from out-of-
town were Lucille Mitchell, Audry

Bates, Virginia Howell, Bernice
O'Mara, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Case,
Mr. and Mrs. Franz Roonie. Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Reid, Prof. and Mrs. Leroy,
Watermann. Mr. and Mrs. Kryn Na-
gelkink, Mr. and Mrs. Chan Whipple,
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whipple.
The following guests were enter-
tained at the SigmaChi house this
week end: Mayor Frank Murphy, '12,
Ben Newland, '15, Robert P. Scherer,
'27, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mason,
MissNancy Hastings, CharlesmDel-
bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Surrell,
Ralph Surrell, Bert Parfet, '16, and
Robert S. Kales, Miss Jane Irwin,
and Thurlow Coon, '03, all of De-
troit; Jack Eileen Markey, Battle
Creek; Ted Keller Gregory, Prince-
ton. N. J.
Busbee, '21, Boston, Mass.; and Mr.
Morris Groverman, '31, Hammond,
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity wel-
comed many guests who were here
for homecoming week-end. Among
the alumni who returned were James
Waldron. '18, James A. Barger, '21,
Justin Weaver, '28, Frank Lowell, '30,

'32, all of Detroit.
Ford Stoddard, '27, returned fr
Winnetka. Ill.; Russel B. Judson,
from Royal Oak, Mich.; F
Schweitzer, '31, from Milwaukee;
Hammond, '32, from Kalamazoo; a
Austin Humber, '32, from Highlh
Theta Chi fraternity held a I
mal dinner on Tuesday night. F
ulty guests were Mr. Howard Y. A
Clusky of the psychology depa
ment; Mr. G. L. Jensen, engineeri
Prof. David E. Mattern, music; Lie
S. B. Coursey; Prof. Keeler, psych~
ogy; Mr. W. P. Wood, engineeri
and Matt Mann, physical educati
At the Xi Psi Phi fraternity t
week end were numerous out-of-tc
guests. Among those who were b
from Detroit are Mr. and Mrs. J.
Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Arbs
Miss Bernice Gill, Eleanor McInt:
Phyllis Moody, Virginia Le Veque,
Seably, Mr. and Mrs. James Willia
son, Dr. and Mrs. Keith Johnson, a
James D. Karalash.

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Prof. Caverly and Miss European Dolls
Brel Speakers At Club To Be Exhibited;

rofessor Harcourt L. Caverly ofI
the Economics department was guest
speaker at the weekly meeting of the
Ann Arbor Women's Club held at
2:15 p. m. Tuesday in the League.
Prof. Caverly's subject was "National
Economic Conditions."
Miss Jennings Buell, head of State
Grange discussed the proposed state
amendments to be voted on at the
coming election, from the viewpoint
of her organization, a farmer's league.
Mrs. Eugene Kickert chairman of the
music division, provided the music
for the afternoon's entertainment.
Tea was served.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 2. -
(BTNS)-Reports of the fall physical
examination of Purdue co-eds by the
department of Physical Education for
Women reveals that the women of'
the class of '36 at this university are
taller, heavier, older, and have a
greater lung capacity than their sis-
ter co-eds of last year.

Public Is Invited
An exhibit of peasant dolls from
all countries of the world in com-
memoration of the World War Arm-
istice will be given Friday afternoon
in the Unitarian church library,
State and Huron streets.
Miss Phyllis Gregiry, Grad., will
add her European collection to that
of Mrs. John R. Decker of Detroit.
Oither unique and old-fashioned dolls
in the possession of Ann Arbor
women will be shown. The public is
invited to visit the exhibit between
the hours of 3 to 6 p. m. Tea will
be served and a silver offering taken.
Miss Albina Montegani was crown-
ed queen of the 35th annual grape fes-
tival at Tonitown, Ark.

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Second Floor



Del Toro Lectures At
Spanish Club Gathering
Professor Julio del Taro of the
Spanish department was speaker at
the Spanish Club meeting held Tues-
day night in the League. His subject
was "An Automobile Trip from Ann
Arbor to Havana, Cuba." Senor and
Senora Thomas Marini of Buenos
Aires, Argentina were guests at the
John C. Rishell, '33, president pre-
sided, and Fred Smoot acted as tem-
porary secretary. The club will meet
next on November 16, following this
semester's policy of a meeting every
two weeks.

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-that's why they're so mild

Inquire at Either of Our Two Stores 4bout the Vales s
Offered of the Abore Grade A Merchandise
'At Both Ends of the Campus"

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very finest tobaccos
in all the world-but that
does not explain why folks
everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the mildest ciga-

aging and mellowing, are
then given the benefit of
that Lucky Strike purify-
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the words- It's toasted."
That's why folks in every
city, town and hamlet say


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