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Society Attends
'Meet The. Wife'
Second Night
Many Socially Prominent
See First Performance
Of Comedy Club's Play
If one may judge by the number
of campus celebrites attending last
nights performance of "Meet The
Wife," Comedy Club's first effort of
the season, the play is a social as
well as a dramatic success. The
effectiveness of Miss Johnson's and
Miss Pray's costumes added to the
favorable impression created by the
production, under the capable direc-
tion of Russell McCracken.
(Although some faculty members
were present, society was represented
chiefly by one of the prominent
members of the student body.) One
particularly striking gown worn by
Miss Johnson was of white crepe
with kimono-like sleeves and several
tiers of brown velvet ribbon around
the sleeves and the bottom of the
skirt, which was long and clinging.
A little blue raglan coat worn by
Miss Pray was flattering and in the
latest style.
Among the faculty members pres-
ent were: Assistant Dean and Mrs.
A. H. Lovell; Professor and Mrs. A.
J. Jobin; Professor Otto Stahl; Pro-
fessor A. 0. Lee and daughter Syl-
via; Professor A. H. Kendall. An-
other who lent distinction to the
gathering was Father Babcock of the
Catholic student chapel.
Among those present who are well
known on the campus were: Frank
Gilbreth managing editor of The
Daily anl Prudence Foster; "Pecot"
Bursley; Albert Newman also of The
Daily and Prudence Foster; "Pcot"
the W.A.A. board; Bob Cummings;
Wally Graham; Mary Neal; and
Martha Neuhardt also of the WA.A
Mosher Gives Tea
And Holds Election;
Jordan Has Guests
The Freshman women of Mosher
Hall held their elections Nov. 9.
Margaret Moffett was elected Fresh-
man, president of the house The
dormitory held a tea on Nov. 10 at
which Miss Mattie Grace Sharp of
Detroit, guest of Miss I. V. Bozorth,
poured. Assisting her were Mrs. o.
J. Campbell and Mrs. Joseph A.
Jordan Hall women expected as,
guests this week-end: Florence Stet-
son of Delaware, Ohio, Betty Gre-
gory, Ruth Kimball, of Detroit, Betty
Fennon, Jane Moran, and Dorothy
Ruehle, all of Grosse Point, Lois Fo-
ley of Grosse Isle, and Dorothy Tre--
bilcock, '29, of Tecumseh, Michigan.
Women going to Detroit for the
week-end are Mary Earnshaw, '35,
Mary Ella Emmett, '36, Jean Gros-
berg, '36, Janice Rice, '36, Grace Es-
ther Schroeder, '36, and Dorothy
Winkelman, '36.

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hockey Teams
Entertained On
Thursday Night
ver-Cas Spread At Field
hue Anflolunces Var-
sdy Squad Members

sororities ar featuring. numerous
Pan Helenic all entertainmenrs over this xxeek-end.
Pan Hellenic sat papg
T" k t N R ' ~ ~ eek--end gests at the ^Ai" PPt
Tickets Lb: s I',y"vorority are: Mt_ xin Now k1 '32 nd
Sold r~ S~r4~rati l3t Schindt hom o Chicgo;
qm 8g
ean Winslow ', 3, K11 therine Tu ncr
and Li Wooi i 2.;11] of
Tickets for the Panholleni , ball Battle Creek.
this year are selling for 3.50. less cA'PA Xi DELTA 2
than they have ever been before, a- Mary Helen ryrc '32 and Ruth

of Van Wert, O. Alumnae will be
Marcelline Welte '32 of Owosso.
Mich., Dorothy Seens '35 of Detroit,
"and Mararet Seybold '321 ofJackson
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained
Rowena Goldstein '35 Thursday
night at a children's party. It was
given as a surprise to the guest of
honor, the occasion being her birth-
Week-end guests of the chapter
house, here for the Chicago game, in-
elude Rose Modell of Detroit and
Pauline Rubenstein of Chicago, Sat-
urday night the active chapter will
feature a pajama party for these
Iests and pledges.

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1 Members of the inter-class hockey
Ilteams and all others who went out
for hockey were entertained at -a
spread at Palmer Field House, Thurs-
I day night, by the Women's Athletic
Association. A large number of wo-
' ^',men attended, and all enjoyed the
informality of grouping around the
big open fireplace for supper.
The guests of honor for the occa-
sion were: Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss
Laurie Campbell, Miss Hilda Burr,
Miss Mary Stewart, Miss Marie Hart-
wig, Miss Irene Field, and Miss Vir-
ginia Peasley.
Katherine Rentschler, '34, hockey,
manager of W A.A., who was .in
charge of the spread, proposed plans
for the future activities of the sport,
e r ~for those who were interested in con-
tinuing it in the spring
Awards of class numerals were
made by Dr. Bell, the adviser of the
Women's Athletic Association. All
women who event out for five prac-
tices received the numerals, and it,
was announced that crossed hockey
sticks, to be sewed onto them, would
. be given to members of the teams in
the spring.
Announcement of the first and sec-
ond honorary varsity hockey teams
were also made by Dr. Bell, the first
including: Elsa Sparre, '36, C. Half,
who was chosen to be captain, Jean
Botsford, '33, C. Forward, Jerry Law-
son, '33, R. Wing, Elizabeth Cooper,
'34, L. Half, Marjorie Acklin, '36,
L. Wing, Marie Murphy, '35, L. In-
ows the fashboaLe,Press Photo) ner, Leone Prouty, '36, R. Inner; Alice
d strictly tailored lines in day time 5,a, '3ua, CHdarinr
. '35, L. Fuall, Catherine Rentschler,
the same shade as the blouse, '34, R. Full, and Beatrice Olmstead,
'34, Goal.
attended as guests of the members In the second varsity team are:
were Janet Allen '33 Elizabeth Im Jean Berridge, '33, L. Inner, and
mel '35 Eleanor Riker '35 Virginia captain, Ruth Root, '35, L. Wing,
Kock, Corrine Henry '32 Mary Leck- Gertrude Morris, '35, C. Forward,
Jane Arnold, '34, R. Inner, Wilma
ncr '33 Ruth Kaser '35 Gay Mayer; Clizbe, '33, A. Wing, Ellzgbeth Lo-
34 Virginia Cluff '35 Sally Bartlett, gan, '36, L. Half, Dorthea Feller, '36,
'33 Jean Royce '36 and Evelyn Walsh I C. Half, Lavinia Creighton, '35., R.
a35 Ruth Duhme '34 Leola Marx '33 !Half, Mary Monks, '34, L. Full, Eliz-
From Detroit thiere were Helen {abeth O'Dell, '36, R. Full, Frances
Lindsay, '36, Goal, and Beatrice
Barret, Elizabeth Brown, Genevieve Massman, substitute.
Spenser, Patricia Kelly and Virginia It was announced that the seniors
Flynn. Agnes S. Northrup of Cin- were the champions of the inter-
cinnati; Annable Holm of Hancock, class hockey tournament, the fresh-
Mich.; Margaret Colley of Houghton, man placed second, sophomores third,
Mich.; Ruby Richardson of Plain- :id the junior class fourth.
well, Mich.; Frances Jane Palmer of -
Rochester, New York:; DorisChatard !ioof ligh[ Ride Will Be
of Wilamette, Ill.; Ruth Stessel v o.
of Buffalo; Dorothy Noris of Ann Ar-
boi and Jean Marianne Wolff of All women interested in horseback
Michig;an C i t y, Ind.; Elizabeth riding are invited to attend the
Sprague of Canton, Ohio; Murilla
Howand of Conta, M. Arvilla- moonlight ride and weenie roast, to-
Howland of Pontiac; M. ArvillaFer- night, to e held by the Women's
rin and Edith Terrin of Mt. Clemens Athletic Association riding club.
were included in the guest list 'those who are going will meet at
Tonight the house is entertaining the North University entrance of the
its alumni at a banquet. League, at 7:30 p. m. The ride will
last two hours, and there will be a
North Carolina apple growers re- cost of one dollar. For any further
port the crop this year will be great- information call Elizabeth Cooper,

cording to Marjorie Arnold 3. chair- OZo '32 of Detroit are being enter-
man of the tickets committee. taied at the Alpha Xi Deli a sorority
this week-end.
Grace Mayer '34, chairman of the DELTA DELTA DELTA
publicity committee, yesterday an- Delta Delta Delta wish to an-
nounced that her assistant would be nounce the imitiation of Ruth Bat-
Virginia Cluff '35. Tickets have been c.hawv '34 of Defiance, Ohio. Jean
Kauffman '35 of Veteran, Wyoming
distributed to the various sororiy and Ruth Dahlman of Ypsilanti,
houses and representatives from the which took place last night.
tickets committee have made per- COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
sonal calls at each house. Sorority Collegiate Sorosis wish to an-
women are warned to get their noinIlC the pledging of Elizabeth
tickets distributed among indepen- Durfee '33 of Ann Arbor.
dent women. APPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma expect
Betty Stein '33 of Cleveland, Ohio,

SEW HAVEN, Con. - As
football coach Albie Booth is 15 lbs.
heavier than he was a year ago while
pl1a y ing in Yale's back-field., '1T
diminutive athlete, who is helping
drill the Eli team, put on the addi-
tional weight during his recovery
from a lung infection.
Sixty of North Carolina's 100 coun-
I ties have no treasurers.
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Graduate BrIdge clCi 1)o
The graduate bridge club will hold
a meeting at eight o'clock Monday
night at the League. This group is
now meeting regularly every two
weeks at this time. Attention is call-
ed to the fact that those taking the
regular course of bridge lessons com-
prise an entire group, which meets
at seven thirty o'clock on Mondays.
Any graduate student interested in
having breakfast with the graduate
breakfast group will be welcome in
the Russian Tea room at the League
at nine thirty o'clock Sunday morn-
League Tea Held Friday
Entertained By Glee Club
The second of the monthly League
teas was held yesterday afternoon in
the ballroom of the League. Approxi-
mately 175 women attended, accord-
ing to Ruth Robinson, '34, chairman
of the League social committee who
was in charge of the affair.
The University Girls' Glee Club
under the direction of Mara Crane
Hunt, sang several selections as a
part of the program The numbers
sung included "Laudes et Carmena,"
,My Michigan Girl"" and Michigan
Memories." Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Mrs.
Clarence Yoakum, Mrs. Wilber Hum-
phreys, and Mrs. Emil Lorch poured.
Bill Marshall's orchestra furnished
the dance music fo rthe event.

IDorothy Sample '32 of Detroit, and
Katherine Ferrin '32 of Mt. Clemens,
Michigan, as week-end guests. They
I will entertain the visitors with their
usual buffet dinner tonight.
The Kappa Alpha Theta actives
will entertain their pledges and
guests with a combination spread
and pajama party tonight.
Week-end guests will be Jane
Schaffer, of Dayton, Ohio, Margaret
Seaman '28 of Detroit, Evelyn Rob-
inson, a Michigan State chapter
guest, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Hickman of Buffalo.
Kappa Delta will entertain Doris
Gallagher of their Albion chapter



This rough tweed travel suit s
length coat and the tendency towar
suits. The russet-brown lining is of
Houses ToGive
Partie SAfter
There will be considerable social
activity on the campus this week-
end as many guests and alumni re-
turn for the last game here this sea-
Tonight Chi Phi fraternity is hold-
ing a formal dance at the chapter
} house. Phi Kappa Sigma is enter-
taining at an informal dance also,
and the members of the Phi Kappa
Psi fraternity will have their usual
informal dance after the game .
Phi Epsilon Pi is having a house
party this week-end and there will
be a dance at the Phi Beta Pi chap-
ter house Delta Chi fraternity is
also entertaining tonight.
After the game today Sigma Chit
is holding a tea dance. Theta Xi is
planning an informal supper dance,
for Sunday.
A formal dance was held last night
at the Theta Chi chapter house.
Among the women on campus wI

over the week-end.
The Sorority will hold a tea for
pledges and guests on Sunday after-
noon. White flowers and tapers will
be used. Mrs. Anna C. Dillingham
will por-.
A number of week-end guests are
fexpected at the Gamma Phi Beta
house. They will be Margaret Whit-
ney of Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. Lydia
Ceasley of Detroit, Kate Landrum of
Cleveland, 0., Katherine Barr of
Grand Rapids, and Margaret Clark

We just received a shipment
Df those adorable little soft
wooly turbans. These were
bought at a special price and
are real outstanding values. We
f [lave them in all high shades as
C well as grey, black and brown
. . . and in headsizes from 217'
to 2.


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