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CAMPUS

SOCIETY

S..A Forum
Will Sosr

Group Assent
F~or First Mee

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u W LW To. Play
' R~ed Tker;Ts 1o Go
On. Sale Monday at Bnrr
Nltters on's, Union
Henry Theis and his orchestra have
been signed for the~ Soph Prom on
' Dec 2, it was announced, yesterday
by Lewis Kearns, 35, general chair-
mnf of the comnmitte.
The orclhestra will come here, di-
rect from a year's engagement at the
Hotel ib49n.in ininnti, where
it is now playing reguarly over sta-
tion WLW.
"Like Henry Busse, wo plaed for
the 1rrosh Frolic of the class of '3,",
Kearns sai, "Theis specialies inj
slow, sweet, smooth, muisi."
Tickets for the dance which have
been reduce;, ths yea to$3.00 each,!
wll go on sale on: Monday, Kearns
said. They may be bught from any
committee member, at the Union, or
at the Burr-Patterson Jewelry store.
"We plan this year, with the lower
price in effect, to give more Party-
for the money than ever before," the
chairman said.
Decorations, for the dance will con-
sist of Christxas wreaths, holly, ad
pine. treesy. Refreshments of ice
cream, punch, and wafers will be
served at the affair, he sadf.
Sorority Week-End
Activities Include
D ..am uJPedging,
ALP4.A. Q .Q N.9k
Last nght the anual pledge for-
mal w , hep. at te Alpha Oiiirn
Pi house. Sagpr ellow, c sitie
mums were used for decorations and
the music was furnished by the Hau
Club orchestra. The chaperones were:
Mrs. Beeheimer, Alpha Omicron Pi
house-mother, Mrs. Thompsn of
Theta' Phi Alpha, Mrs. Reyolds of.
Delta Gamma and Miss Barker of
Alpha Gamma Delta. Nora Caro,
former student, is a week-end guest
at the sorority.
KAPPA PI7 -,r
Kappa Delta held pledging cere-
monies last night for Helen tran,,
'35, of Detroit. Virginia Lee will re-
turn to Detroit for te weekend. Al-.
ta Arbor of Detroit is a house guest
of Theresa St. John.
KAPPA KAPPA CGAM 4[4
Josephine l'4pCausey and Mary
Alice Frederick wil spend the wee-
end in Detroit, Annette Cummings
will return to Wayne,. and Janet Al.
len and Urdean Lunt will sped, the
week-end at Michigan State as guests
of the Lap in~ chap e - of Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Dormitories Hold Annual
Dances Ovr,.Wee md
Dormitories have taken advantge
of the quiet week-nd to hold their
fall dances at this time.
COUZENS 'ILL
Fall flowers were used as decora-
tion at the Couzens HllU zo fa1. llI
dance Fridayr night, Ken Lunqusl,'s
orchestra furnished the music for the
party.
MOSHER JOR~DA
Mosher Jordan h el1d informal
dances last night in the drawing
rooms at which Max Gail's and ?te
Lundquist's orchestra played, in,
Mosher and Jordan respectively,
Blue bulbs in the side lights, and
yelow chrsanthemiums were the dec-
orativ backround for the rooms.

Althouigh the two dances were separ-
ate, the corridor between the dormi-
tories was left open so the dancers
might go from one to the other at
will,

Miss Morrow Visits Fiance In England

Many Women I
.Leave Campus '
IFor Week-End'

.S e e la.Societies I ,
Will Renew Debate peak At Lan~e Ral On
Held In Past Years I'1nd~usfrid IDemocrsat V"'

eiAn age old controversy will be re-s Evils of the de~pression and prob-
I'vived 'Tuesday at 7:30_ p. in. when lems of industry will be discussed to-
Pre-Holiday Lull Finds, Alpha Nu, and Athena speech societies morrow afternoon in L.ane Hagll Audi-
Many oingHomeFor ill debate on the question of ad- torium at 4:15 when William P. Hap-
Mittin women through the Union' good leads a, forum on' an Experiment
Saturday, Sulnday front entrance in a program that has in Industrial Democracy. The Stu-
proven outstanding in past years forI dent Christian Association, which is
Due to the pre-holiday lull in cam- its humor. The men's team, Charles! sponsoring the forum, announces that
pus activities many dormitory womenf Rogers, '34, John Huss, '33, and the, forum is open to all who may
went to their homes or are spending Charles. B. Brownsoni, '35, will at- wish to attend,
the week-end visiting, friends, tempt to. prove that women are un-j Mr. Hapgood is a former graduate
The women from Betsy Barbour deserving of masculine regards in the of Harvard and has been engaged in
;House who are away for the week- same manner in which they proved business for several years. Si'nce 1917
end are: Florence Bingham, '36, who women were not human in 1929 and he has acted as president of the Co-
went to Grand Rapids; Joyce Black, I that women's grades were not de- lumbia Conserve Company, a food
'361, to Dearborn; Margaret Bryan, rived from any studious efforts, in theI manufacturing concern in whbich the
'3G, to Lansing; Kathleen Carpenter,J contest last year.j risks involved, in the operation of the
'3,to Detroit; Helen Carol Clark,~ Women representing Athena are: business and 'the policies followed are
'32, to Zeeland, Mich.; Madeline Coe, Gladys. Baker, '33, Alice Gilbert, '33, shared and acted upon by a joint
'35, to Detroit; Gladys Draves '36, to: and Marthia Littleton, '34. Special ac- I committee of workers and, owners.
Detroit; Dorothea Davenport, '35, to commodations are being made to The methods uised in organizing
IDetroit; Florence Eby, '33, to Detroit; :make is possible for a larger audi- such a governing council in an in-
Mary Garrettson, '36, to Detroit; Ed- ence than ever before to hear the 1duzstry will be fully explained by MVr.
na Hazard, '33, to Grand Rapids. debate without the crowded.coigt- Hapgood. His experience as president
Christine Kennedy, '36, to. Detroit; 'Ltions that have prevailed. I of such an unusual organization
Jean Laitner, '36, to Detroit; Kath- makes him a natural critic of good,
leen Maclntyre, '36, to Detroit; Irene TrBl iGe authority on any industrial problem.
Mcaly 3,to Detroit; Marjorie = uv ,a 1_iance ___________
Morrison, '36. to Highland Park; To. Ijonor New Members
Rosemary Osbourne, '35, to Detroit;Yln lr perI
Mary Pardee, '36, to Dearborn; Jean TuBt i ooayegneig Architectural Exh~ibition
Perry, '36, to Detroit; Ernestine. Rich-' society, entertained its new members,
ter, '3'6, to Detroit; Marian Saunders, initiated last Wednesday, at a for- English architectural lithographs
'36, to Eloise, Mich.; Betty. Scherling, mal dance Friday night in the Alum- in color and, black and white will be
'36, to Detroit; Katherine Schmelzer, nae Room of the League. exhibited at the College of Architec-
'33. to Detroit; Betty Sinclair, '36, to The following, members were guests; ture from Nov. 21. to Dec. 6, it was
Detroit; Ruth Sinn, '33, to Detroit; of honor : George F. Atkinson, 133E;' announced yesterday.
Sally Stapleton, '35, to Detroit; Mil- Richard F. Becker, '33E; John H.l There are in, all 50 prints, circu-
dred Stroup, '36, to Grand. Rapids; Benjamin, '33E; Earl C. Briggs, '33E; Flated by the American Federation of,
Ann Timmons, '36, to Detroit; Eliza- James G. Bruinooge, '33E; Bryce L. Arts. These lithogr'aphs, by David
beth Van Winkle, '36, to Howell, and Carter, '33E; Weyburn M. Dodge,I Roberts, Jo'seph Nash, and Samuel
Betty Woolman, '36, to Highland '33E; DeForest H. Eveland, 133E; Wil- Prout--all famous English artiss-
Park. liain L. Faber, '33E; Delmer G. Gar- - -_________
Three women delegates to. the con- rison, '32E; Jerry M. Gruitch, 133E; TTPWRI R - O'AL
ference on the "World Challenge, to Victor E. Matulaitis, '33E: Wayne W. Noeauiiu Rli t
Christian Fellowsh~ip" are, staying at McClow, '33E; Alistair W. Mitchell, 9n1tb orona, !b se1ess,
Betsy Barbour as guests. of. the, dor- '33E; William H. Mohroff, '33E; Le- Unde4ao4 5, mrg)tn
mitoy. Tesewome ar: Ondeeland M. Morse, '33E; Royal X~. Peake, .
MacDonald from Alma, College and '34E; Irvin J. 'Sattinger, '33E; and sJ
Frances Hubbard. and Grace Mcin- Cornie J. Van Dis, 132E,. -1 . tt tenAbr
The women from Helen Newberry
the week-end' out of the city are :U
Mary Mns 3 h ett e The Michigan Lea gue
trEloise Moore, 36, to Riverside,v=
Ill,; Gertrude Waker, '36, to Detroit;, gRo
and Marian Zindler, '35,, to Detroit. ~f

Meeting Saturday morning in the
Russian tea room of the Leagnue, the
hostess' committee of tl~e Sophonmore
CabareFt held its first asse b.hJ Th!e
committee, lhetded by Virginiia Rb
erts. 11struced the inamber,, of',he
prospective receptioin grouip i hi
duties for the afte-rnoon and eeig
of Dec. 9 and 10, wheni the C"abr et
will be held in the League ballr_,om.
Fifty women have been. chosen by
the hostess committee to be on the
floor during the Cabaret. In the
afternoons tiey will be di essedi in-
formally and the evenings will find
them in, formal, dress. It will be pur-
pose of some of these wvomen to wvel-
come the newly arrived g-uests and in-
troduce thema to other sophomore
wvomen. It is expected that this group
will add to the atmosphere of a ship,
the theme of the Cabaret this year,
by creating an~ air of informality
which is the aim of every ship deck,
show architectural subjects from
many European countries, particular-
ly England, France, Italy, and Spain.
The exhibition will be open to the
public daily, except Sunday, from .9
a. m. to 5 n. im.

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Elizabe~th Morrow, sister-in-law of tjie 1amous Col. Lindbergh, was
met by her finance, Aubrey N. Morgan, when sh~e arrived in Plymouth,
Eng., recently. Mr. Morgan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Morgan
of Bryndcrwen, Illandaff, Wales. Their engemetwaano c4
recently by Miss Morrow's mothfer, widow of Senator Morrow of New
Jersey.
Witer Formals Are Trimmed
with Fur; Fring Also Popu~lar

. 6~veing!
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By CAROL HANAN
Highlights of fashion at this time
of the year are directed toward eve-
ning, wear. Not only are formal
fashions bound up with the, winter
season, but they are more interesting,
more, receptive of new ideas and ever
so, much more stimulating to wear.
Persian lamb on white evening
jackets is a new idea that is being
met with approval. In one instance
the. black fur is introduced on the
cuffs while in another it is cleverly
inserted tuxedo. fashion in the white
rough crepe jacket. This combination
is another emphasis of the import-
ance of black and white lately. One
formal afternoon dress that we
thought charming was of black uncut
velvet having short puffed sleeves
and a collar in white galyak.
Paris also endorses, fringe in a

wholehearted fashion. A white dress
is treated with long swinging fringes
that have their inception at the hip-
line, the joining miark~ed by delicate
rhinestone leaves. A gay red dress
applies the fringes in cape shaping at
the front tc., give a high and draped
neckline, while a white dress is un-
usual in its treatment of fringes-
bead. and silk alternating flounces ap-
plied in 'a diagonal line.
Long sleeved eveninig gowns are, of-
Cective ai sheer metal, heavy crepe,
velvet and cire satin.

Par'ker?, ffer', VWaeXrmL
Conkli.n, etc*, $1.00 azi4 up.
A large and. choice assoret

it's here again ...

TIHANKSGIVING 1
DINNER
Opp Dollar Served f om 12:3 0 until 3:00
Giblet Cravy eranbuieyRls
or
Tendeloin Steakt
Whipped Potatoes or Julienne Potatoes
eaLetCreath Onions orBusH ots
Hea Letuc wih Thousand Island Dressing or French Dres9sing
Persiimon and Grapefruit Salad j#
u -Pumpl~n Pie with Whipped Cream
_ Stftmd Fuit uddngVanilla bauce
Rqefort or Grueyre Ces ih'utrWtr
TELI,,I'ONE 3251FOR YOURHrdSuERfTO
Seventy-Five Cents
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the social season

and here are the dresses that will be
stepping out night after night 'with
the most eligible men in town,
pr-iced from sixteen seventy-five

Silver and stardust .... describes
this charming Connie sandal
perfectly. Once you've slipped
this on, y'ou wvon't be able to'.
resist its loveliness. It's as
light, as mioonbeams on w.ater
and fits on as easily. Connic
also presents this chic sandal
In' S'un Gold Kid, and in
White or Blau, Crinlkle Crepe,;
Jacobso'I'S
(Opposite Michigan Theatre)

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c. j . hutzel shops

nophomore Prolm

CHIC
BEAUTY SHOPPE
208 Michigan Theatre Bldg.
Phone 2-2757

t'he college woinau's downtown shop

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