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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCIETY

Two Women Are Recipieits 01
Graduate Fellowshiys This Y

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Committees Are
Appointed For
Panhellenic Ball
Central Committee Meets
With Dean Ray; Name
Orchestra At Later Date
Committees for the Panhellenic
Ball to be held November 25 were
announced today by the central com-
mittee under the direction of Myrtle
Cooper, '34, general chairman.
The committees are: program
committee, Dorothy Van Riper, '34,
chairman, Charlotte Anderson, '35,
Dorothy Laylin, '33; tickets commit-
tee, Marjorie Arnold, '34, chairman,
Alice Morgan, '35, Dorothy Hanners-
ley, '34, Jane Faber, '34, Genevieve
Lawson ED, Abbey Morley, '34, Jean
Cowden, '33, Elizabeth Aigler, '35; re-
freshments committee,Eleanor Riker,
'33, chairman, Helen Scott, '34, Ann
Mitchell, '35; decorations committee,
Ruth Campbell, '34, chairman, Ma-
rietta Recor, '34, Margarite Martin-
dale, '34; music committee, Pauline
Scott, '33, chairman, Mona Barnes,
'3, Jeanne Whitman, '33; treasurer's
chairman, Elinor Allen, '33; publicity
committee, Grace Mayer, '34, chair-
man; floor committee, Helen Gray,
34, chairman; chaperones commit-
tee, Muth Kurt, '34E D, chairman,
Helen Mason, '34, Gertrude Peschke,
'34, Vargaret Grant, '35.
The centraldcommitteemet and
discussed the dance with Dean Ray,
Thursday, November 25. The name of
the orchestra will be announced
within the next few days.
W.A.A. To Hold
Open House At
Palmer Field
A large number of women students
are expected to attend the open house
of the Women's Athletic Association
to be held from 3 to 5 o'clock at Pal-
mer Field House today, according to
Margaret Martindale, '34, chairman'
of the affair.
Those who have earned five points
in W.A.A. activities, and who wish
to. become active members may pay
the dues of one dollar to Billie Grif-
fiths, '35, treasurer, at a table pro-j
vided for that purpose. Women who
have not participated in any activ-
ities so far, but who are planning to
earn points later in the year may re-
ceive information regarding the later
seasonal sports at this time.
There will be dancing in the lounge,
and ping pong and bowling equip-
ment will be furnished for those who
wish to play. A radio will be in the
board room to receive the broadcast
of the Indiana game.
Members of the 1932 Junior Girls'
Play, "No Man's Land," including
Jeapa Bentley, '33, Jean Berridge, '33,
Margaret Burke, '33, and Jean Reed,
'33, will entertain with some specialty.
nubers.
PROF. REEVES ENTERTAINS
Mr. W. P. Reeves, professor of Eng-
lish at Kenyon College at Gambier,
Ohio, and Mrs. Reeves, are visiting
Professor and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves.

Countess de St. Phalle

(Associated Press Photo)
The countess de St. Phalle, who is
among the smartestrAmericans in
Paris,' attended a recent evening
dance wearing an unusual frock that
combines white chiffon with velvet.
The straps are of velvet set with bril-
liants while the long flowing skirt is
of chiffon.
Chiffon Newest
Evening Fabric,
Paris Decrees
By CAROL J. HANAN
Chiffon is the latest arrival in eve-
ning fabrics. For formal wear it is
especially effective combined with
satin. One lovely black satin prin-
cess gown showed this influence in
the long chiffon sleeves that are real-
ly continuations of scarf ends. Chif-
fon was also the medium of a dark
reddish purple dress that was entirely
pleated with a low back decollette.
Paris sends word that waistlines
are less molded with a number of
models showing approval of Patou's
suggestion of the waistline posed just
above the hips. Frequently the waist-
line is higher in fron;, and lower in
back. Skirt lengths ire unchanged
although many dinner gown's feature
instep length. Skirts, are, as a rule,
straighter and give the appearance
of narrowness although fullness is
sometimes inserted in the back to in-
sure ample room.
Full length wraps, either trimmed
or untrimmed, are the smartest
things in covering this year.

Sororities Plan
Festivities For
This Week-End
Many Sorority Members
Leave Ann Arbor For
Visits With Families
Numerous social functions will be
held this week-end for many guests
coming to Ann Arbor, although there
are a large number of sorority mem-
bers spending the week-end at their
homes.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Several members of Alpha Omicron
Pi are returning to their homes for
the week-end. They are: Helen Gray,
'34, to Romeo, Mich.; Ruth McLearn,
'35, and Helen Holden, '33, both to
Detroit; Eleanor Welsh, '33, to Port
Huron.
A formal faculty reception will be
held at the Alpha Omicron Pi house
next Tuesday night, Nov. 8.
ALPHA PHI
Alpha Phi sorority will entertain
the following week-end guests; Betty
Smith, from Jackson; Jean Winslow
and Louise Woodward from Battle
Creek; and Lucile McCall, from De-
troit.
E Members of Alpha Phi intending to
go home for the week-end are: Sally
King, '34, Ellen Bicknell, '34, Wini-
fred Pike, '33, and June Biggers, '33,
all to Detroit.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Virginia Denne, '35, of the Alpha
Xi Delta sorority, and Louise Nagel-
voort, '33, are to return to their
homes in Detroit for the week-end.
CHI OMEGAE
Guests to be entertained at the Chi'
Omega house this week-end are:'
Margaret White of Albion, Eleanor
Peschke of Detroit and Betty Loem-
ker of Dearborn.
Members of Chi Omega spending
the week-end at their homes are:
Elsie Hoffneyer, '33, to Detroit; and
Genevieve Lawson, '33, to Royal Oak.
Miss Margaret O'Brien, '33, and
Miss Ruth Kurtz, '34, of Chi Omega
sorority are also expecting to return
to their homes in Detroit for the
week-end.
A shower is to be given Saturday
afternoon at the home of Miss Eve-
lyn Nielson for Mrs. Louise Fisher
McClure, a recently married member
of Chi Omega.
COLLEGIATE S4OSIS
Collegiate Sorosis will hold its
pledge formal tonight. The chaper-
ones for the dance will be Mrs. Rob-
erson and Mr. and Mrs. George Hef-
feran.
DELTA GAMMA
An alumnae dinner was held at the
Delta Gamma house last Wednesday.
Among those present were Mrs. Otto
Guthe, Marion Davis, Mrs. Edwin
Murbach, Helen Norris and Marjorie
Lewis. Thursday, Nov. 3, the mem-
bers of Delta Gamma entertained
Kappa Kappa Gamma at a buffet
dinner. Attending the Northwestern
Homecoming will be Jane Talman,
'33, and Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33.
The chapter wishes to announce the
date of the pledge foimal on Nov. 11.

Many To Attend
Indiana Game
At Bloomington
Many Members To Drive
To Game Today; Delta
Chi Plan Formal Dance
Representatives from many campus
fraternities will make the trip to
Bloomington this week-end to attend
the Michigan-Indiana game.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
The members of Lambda Chi Alpha
who plan .to attend the game at
Bloomington this week end are:
George Rademaker, '33, Wesley Van
Horn, '35, Robert McKenzie, '34, Ger-
ritt Schuman, '33, Thomas Hunt, '35,
Keith Davis, '35, Ralph Wheisler, '35,
Boyd Hartman, '35, George Kyes, '34,
Phillip Schaupner, '34, and Carlton
Dresser, '35.
DELTA CHIn
Members of the Delta Chi frater-
nity who are planning to attend the
game at Bloomington this week-end
are: Thomas Ebert, '33, Frederick
Tonks, '34, Jack Kreger, '35, James
Gammeck, '34, Carl Schneider, '34,
Charles Cox, '35.
The fraternity is planning a for-
mal for the night after the Chi-
cago game.
CHI PSI
Among those of the Chi Psi house
who are attending the game this
week-end are: James Parker, '35,
John Fisher, '34, and Robert Muz-
zy, '34.:
THETA CHI
TheTmembers of the Theta Chi
fraternity who will attend the game
at Bloomington this week-end are:
Robert Moreland, '34, Bryan Davis,
'34, James Bacon, '35, David Knight,
'35.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Among those attending the. game
at Bloomington this week-end are'
Robert Adams, '33, Emil Steva, '33,
and David Landsburg, '33, of the
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity.
DELTA ALPHA EPSILON
Evert Howard, Grad. and Alfred
E. Howard, '34,'of the Delta Alpha
Epsilon fraternity are attending the
Indiana game.
ACACIA '
John Billingsley, '32, F and C. Her-
bert Bixby, '33, Warren Staebler, '33,
and Earl Anderson, '32, will attend
the Indiana game today, driving
down with Herbert Wagner.
ALPHA OMEGA
Those attending the Indiana-Mich-
igan game today from Alpha Omega
are: Lewis Galin, '33D, M. R. Gray,
'34D, 'M. Taylor, '32E, David Caplan,
'34D, Robert Werb, '33, and H. Dia-
mond, '33D.

Alumni And Faculty
To Be Given Dance
By Women's Club
The Faculty Women's club is spon-
soring a dance for faculty and alum-
ni, to'be held Wednesday, November
9 in the ballroom of the Michigan
Union. The Union orchestra will fur-
nish music. This alumni dance is the
first of a series, to be carried on this
year as is the custom of the Faculty
Women's Club.
Dates for the succeeding dances
are December 14, January 25, Febru-
ary 22, March 29. The committee in
charge includes: Mrs. Albert C. Fur-
stenberg, Mrs. Earl Creff, Mrs. Rich-
ar'd R. Coursey, Mrs. Jacksoh~ R.
Sharman, Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys,
Mrs. Arthur C. Curtis, Mrs. Rudolph
A. Winnacher.
Cosmopolitan President
Talks At Club Meeting
Mr. I. H. Khalaf of Jerusalem,
Palestine, president of the Cosmo-
politan Club was speaker at the meet-
ing of the Michigan Dames held
Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the League.
His subject "The Cosmopolitan Club,
Its Origin and Purpose," emphasized
the growing international spirit, ad-
vocated a further realization of na-
tions and peoples other than our own,
and gave a brief history of the evo-,
lution of the idea of cosmopolitanism.
Other business at the meeting in-
cluded plans for a party to be held
for husbands and friends of the'
members, in the near future.
Tea Is Given Honoring
League Ouse Directors
A tea honoring the heads of league
houses will be held today from 4 to
5:30 o'clock Wednesday atthe League:
Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Perry,
Mrs. Beryl Fox Bacher, Miss Ethyl
McCormick, Miss Ellen Stevenson;
Miss Helen Parmenter, and Miss
Dorothy Ogburn officiated.
NOTICE
The Judiciary {Board of the
Women's 'League wishes to an-
nounce that unless smoking is
stopped in the women's room of
the main library the restroom will
be closed due to'the' danger of fire
and the' eventual damage which
might occur.
Davis & Ohliger
PROMPT PRINTERS
DIAL 8132
109-111 E. Washington St.
Second Floor

This year there are on campus two'
graduate women who have received
fellowships as a part of the ten year
fellowship program of the Alumnae
Council of the Alumni Association of
the University of Michigan. These
two women are Miss Clara Roe and
Miss Margaret Ives. Miss Roe, who
is majoring in history, took her un-
dergraduate work at the University of
Michigan. She received her Master's
degree from Chicago University."
Since then for several years she has-
taught in Flint, Michigan; at present
she is continuing her history work.
Miss Ives took her undergraduate
work at Vassar. She received her
Master's degree here in psychology.
After studying German and French'
abroad, she returned to Detroit where
she was connected with the juvenile
court. Miss Ives is particularly in-'
terested in work with delinquents.
This fellowship program of the
Alumnae Council' originated in 1927.=
When completed there will be estab-
lished 10 capital fellowships of $15,-
000 each, four of which will be open
to Michigan women with advanced
degrees or to women from other in-
stitutions who wish to' take their
graduate work here. One of the cap-
ital fellowships" will be named in
honor of Lucy Elliott, a distinguished
Michigan graduate. At the time of
Miss Elliott's death she was the prin-
cipal of a school in Detroit. Her
many friends established this fellow-
ship in her memory. Over half the
amount has been pledged by contrib-
utions from her friends and from or-

ganizations with which she had been
affiliated.
Untildthe original project is com-
pleted current fellowships have been
given, one being the Alumnae Coun-
cil Fellowship, which was given to
Miss Ives. The other is the Nellie
Jackson Council Fellowship with
which the Alumnae Council has
combined to support one fellow, Miss
Roe. The Alumnae Council is will-
ing to combine with any other group
for the time being to support a fel-
low.
Chaperones Named For
Union, League Dances
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Webster were
present at the League dance last
night as chaperones. Tonight Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Haines will be
guests of the League.
Saturday night chaperones at the
Union will be Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wil-
ford.
Wyvern Holds Second
Luncheon Club Meeting
Wyvern's second luncheon club
meeting was held Thursday at 12:15
p. m. in the League cafeteria. Miss
Ethel A. McCormick attended the
meeting, in accordance with the plan
of having some representative of the
faculty or administration present to
lunch with the Women. This meet-
ing as will be the case with the others
was open to any undergraduate wo-
men.

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