VEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1932 THE MICHIGAN D AILY
Sophomore Women Are
Requested To Pay Fee
To Stipulated Persons I
The central committee of the
Sophomore Cabaret announced yes-
terday the addition of Catherine
Moule to the costume committee and
Ella Mae Broome to the finance com-
Since other solicitors have been
collecting money for the Sophomore
Cabaret other than the stipulated
committee m e m b e r s, sophomore
women are asked to pay their one
dollar fee to only the following: Su-
zanne Mahler, Helen MacDonald,1
Marie Murphy, Marie Metzger, Eliza-
beth Canter, Barbara Gene Owens,
and Ella Mae Broome. Mary O'Brien,
chairman of the finance committee
stresses the importance of asking
these women for their identification
cards before paying your fee.
Harriett Earle, chairman of the en-
tertainment committee, with her
committee, have planned the follow-
ing dances for entertainment during
the afternoon and evening of the
Cabaret. There will be a Gob Tap
dance with sailors wearing maize and
blue costumes; a Devil and the Deep
Blue Sea dance, with participants
dressed half in blue and half in red;
a Waiter and Waitress dance; and a
demonstration waltz. White formals
will be worn and the women taking
the parts of men will be dressed in
men's tuxedos. The costumes for the
dances are being designed and made
by Mary Sterling, chairman of the
committee, and her helpers.
Methodist Women To BeI
Honored At Tea Friday
Invitations to a tea for university
Methodist women to be held in the
Grand Rapids room of the Michigan
League, on Friday from 3:30 to 5:30
p. m., have been issued by Mrs. Fred-
erick Bohn Fisher and Mrs. Edward
Assisting them will be Mrs. Hora-
tio Abbott, Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Mrs.
George E. Carrothers, Mrs. Harry B.
Earhart, Mrs. Clement W. Gill, Mrs.
Arnold H. Goss, Mrs. Edward H.
Kraus, Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Mrs. Arthur W. Stalker, and Mrs.
James J. Travis.
Those among the students who will
assist are: Margaret Hiscock, '36,
Helen Diehl, '35, Ethel Howard, '35,
Maude Airey, '35, Barbara Hall; '34,
Alice Merrick, '33, Grace Haxton, '34,
Frances Thornton, Spec., Mrs. Helen
Halstead, Zora Hammial, '32, and
Society Leaders Model At Benefit
Dancing At Un
College students are conventional!
That was the most highly evident
fact at the Union's Open House last
night. The premise is based by the
fact that the billiard room-a novelty
counted upon to bring co-eds by the
dozens-was comparatively deserted,
while the dance-floor, the students'
old stand-by, was so crowded as to
make dancing definitely impractical.
It should be understood that "com-
paratively deserted" is purely a rela-
tive term as applied to the billiard
room last night. All but a few of the
tables were in use, but women stu-
dents therein were remarkably scarce.
And as far as the co-eds were con-
cerned, ping-pong was a total flop.
, The Open House is an annual af-
fair, and is the one occasion during
the year when women students are:
allowed almost unlimited privileges
in the sanctum sanctorum of Mich-
igan men. The idea this year took
definite hold; it is estimated that a
Chbest Instructor Chosen
For Wyvern Luncheon
Louis Chapard of the French de-
partment of the University will be
guest instructor at the weekly lunch-
eon club meeting sponsored by Wy-,
vein, which is to be held Thursday
at 12:15 in the League cafeteria.
This plan of having students and
faculty meet once a week at luncheon
has been inaugurated by Wyvern to
help students get better acquainted
with each other and members of the
teaching staff. A regular table is re-
served for those attending and the
meetings are open to all persons con-
nected with the University.
Wyvern will hold its annual initia-
tion ceremonies Sunaay afternoon in
the League chapel.
Kappa Delta Entertained
At Delta Sigma Phi House
At the Delta Sigma Phi chapter
house Saturday afternoon the mem-
bers of the fraternity and their guests
from the Kappa Delta sorority listen-
ed to the reports of the Indiana
game. After the game there was tea
dancing to celebrate the outcome.
The char'erones were Mr. and Mrs.
Albert J. Parker and Mr. and Mrs.
David Cling-Smith of Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Parker poured.
The house was decorated in maize
and blue in keeping with the spirit of
ion Open House
thousand couples were present, and
most of them spent a good deal of
their time dancing to the music of
Don Loomis and his orchestra.
The swimming exhibitions proved
popular. A special surprise treat Was
sprung on the visitors, who were able
to see the Varsity medley relay swim-
ming squad try for a new national
collegiate record in the 300-yard
medley relay, and succeed in lowering
the Western Conference mark by 3-
10 of a second. The new mark is
Other attractions during the eve-
ning, from 7 to 10:30 p. in., included
election returns, announced on the
dance floor and posted on a bulletin
board in the main lobby, swimming
for women only, bowling, billiards,
and the ill-starred ping-pong.
Brid c Lecture Tonight
Will Be Third Of Series
"Opening Bids of One and Re-
sponses" will be the subject of the
lecture to be given by John Mathis
at 7:30 tonight at the League as the
third in a series of bridge lessons
conducted every Wednesday evening.
Those taking the course play sev-
eral hands of bridge under the direc-
tion of Mr. Mathis and his assistants
following the lecture which last about
20 minutes. Between 65 and 70 peo-
ple have been attending the lessons.
It is still possible to attend the re-
maining lectures of the course ac-
cording to Faith Ralph, '34, chairman
of the project. Miss Ralph also an-
nounced that another series of les-
sons would follow the completion of
the present series.
Among prominent society leaders appearing at New York's benefit
fashion show were Mrs. George U. Harris, (left), who wore a black
evening gown set off with white feathers at the neck and shoulders.
Mrs. John H. G. Pell, (right), chose a peach evening gown with mink
Lessons in beginning dancing for
university men and women began last
night. Eight lessons are being given
for three dollars, and the money re-
ceived will go into the undergraduate
campaign fund. Applications may
still be made at Miss Ethyl McCor-
mick's office in the League.
Intermediate classes in which ball-
room tango as well as all of the new
steps in the foxtrot and waltz will be
held in the League ballroom, begin-
ning November 10, from seven-thirty
to eight-thirty o'clock. A three-piece
orchestra will play. Different houses
will be hostesses on these evenings.
HONOR SYSTEM ABOLISHED
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 8-The law
school of the University of Washing-
ton will not re-establish the honor
system it has used for many years.
Reports of cribbing on the examina-
tions were checked and verified.
lwusical Program Given
Sunday At Martha Cook
Residents of Martha Cook dormi-
tory enjoyed a musicale in the Blue
I Room Sunday afternoon after din-
ner. On the program was Helen Bent-
ley, '33, who gave a group of num-
bers on the piano: "Ballade in A
Flat" by Chopin, "Artwein" by Go-
i dowsky, and "Merchant of Fresh
Water" by Jacques Ibert.
Also Maria Kalaw, grad., sang a:
group of three songs: "Jurame" by
Maria Grever, "Kunbiman" a native
Filipino love song by Santiato, and
"Nursery Rhymes" by Pearl Curran.
She was accom:-anied by Helen Bent-
ley. Louise Wadsworth, '33, was
chairman of the affair.
Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of women,
and her staff will be entertained at
Martha Cook at a formal dinner
For Tea Time
For Dinner Dates
Be brisk and proficient dur-
ing classroom hours, but be
YOURSELF b e t w e e n the
Tea Hour and the Wee
Hours. Cut loose from the
workaday world and play up
to your own exciting self in
one of the amusing frocks
from our collection of semi-
formals. Take for instance:
A black-as-mijnight velvet
with flaring, cuoss sleeves
and square neckline. $9.95.
An exotic red - in
rough crepe - with
covered shoulders and
tiny jacket bordered
all around with frilly
satin ruching. $16.75.
Prices Range from 69c to $2.95
LAURA BELLE SHOP
299 South State
A Lucky Candidate
SHOES are smart - as
And this clever collection has polled
plenty of votes with smart young
things about the campus. Chic
new two-piece frocks such as Vogue
is sponsoring, stunning combina-
tionsof ostrich wool with velvet
trims or rabbit's wool with satin ...
llama jerseys with bright metal but-
tons . . . gay knitteds with a hand-
And while these SPORT
smart as any college girl ever slipped a foot into
- they're sturdy, made for all sorts of campus
wear and Michigan weather. This model is avail-
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