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Outdoor Party Held By Alumni Hold Banquet
W.A.A. Is Suces ful Before Football Game
All of the women who attended the
outdoor party held Saturday by the Several hundred Alumni gathered
Women's Athletic Association were in the Hotel Lowry in St. Paul Friday
enthusiastic about future ones to be night to attend a banquet at which
held in conjunction with the three Joseph Phelen, '22, was toastmaster.
W. A. A. outdoor activities groups, Following the dinneT Fielding H.
the Ramblers, Outdoor Cookinganonoo
Skating and Skiing clubs.!Ysgaeatl-ofobl,


Wom'an's Club
Drama Group
To pen Today
To Hold Formal Opening
In Lydia Mendelssohn
This Afternoon
The first performance of the dra-
ma section of the Ann Arbor Wo-
man's club will be given this after-
noon and evening at 2:30 and 8:15
p. m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn thea-
tre of the League. The afternoon
program will be for the club's mem-I
bership and the public is invited to
attend the evening performance.
Mrs. Bobbie Loveless is the direc-
tor of the performance and has been
assisted by Mrs. Maude Meikle.
Among the patronesses of the eve-
ning will be Maude Thompson, pres-
ident of the club; Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven; Mrs. W. D. Henderson;
Mrs. Junius E. Beal;CRegent Esther
Cram; and Fandira Crocker.
The numbers arranged for the pro-
gram are special skits, style promen-
ades, a one act play "The Duchess
Says Her Prayers," and a dance re-
Manydreservations have already
been made for the evening. Among
those who will attend are,: Dr. and
Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo Abbot, Prof. and Mrs.
Thomas Reed, Prof. and Mrs. Avard
Fairbanks, Dr. and Mrs. Armand
Early, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McDonald,
Mrs. Henderson, Regent and Mrs
Junius E. Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Lapointe, Dr. and Mrs. Peter Stair,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher.
In charge of the ushers will be Mrs.
Carl F. Bay, and assisting her will
be Mrs. Sidney Paup, Mrs. Walter
Springer, Mrs. L. Kimball,. Mrs.
Vaughn Bush, Mrs. J. DeTar. Gowns
for the style promenade are from the
Kessel fashion shoppe, the Collins
shoppe, and Jacobsons.
A brief talk on "Our Club Ideals"
by i s. 1:hompson will open the pro-
gram. A small admission charge will
be made at the evening performance.
Long Wraps For
Evening Are Good
For Winter Season
Probably the most exciting innova-
tion in the world of evening fashions
is the appearance of the new long
wraps. We saw several this last
week-end that we thought worthy of
honorable mention.
At the Alpha Chi Omega pledge
formal Friday night we saw a wine
colored uncut velvet wrap .that
matched the trimming on a white
rough crepe gown. The wrap was
untrimmed with full sleeves that
reached to just below the elbow and
a shirred fan-shaped collar. Another
wrap of black uncut velvet was
trimmed with ermine cloth that tied
in a big bow closely around the
At the Hermitage formal Saturday
night we saw a clever little three-
quarters length wrap. It was black
velvet with large sleeves and a small
Peter-Pan collar of white fur that
tied in a large floppy bow at the
th ro a t. _________________________________________
Graduate Luncheon Will
Be Held Today At League
Dr. G. Carl Huber, dean of the
graduate school, Prof. Peter Okkel-
berg, secretary of the graduate school,
and Prof.. Charles F. Rener of the!

economics department will be present
at the meeting of the graduate
luncheon group today. As usual, the
group will meet at 12:15 in the Rus-
sian tea room of the League.

College 'Sweetheart'

Pledgings Are
Announced By

Several Houses
Faculty Dinners, Guests
And Banquets Complete
Functions Of Sororities
Collegiate Sorosis is holding their
faculty dinner tonight. Guests at the
dinner '-ill be Dean and Mrs. Joseph
A. Bursley, Prof. Rene Talamon and
Mirs, Talamon, Prof. J. S. Reeves and
Mrs. Reeves, Prof. J. B. Edmonson
and Mrs. Edmonson, Dr. H. D. Curtis,

Eight Women Honored In Decorations For
Senior Society Initiation a He I n
Senior Society,.honorary organiza- Pal-Hele e
tion for senior women, initiated eight
women at 7:30 p. m. last night in= aplete
the chapel of the League.
Those honored are Louise Allen,
Jeanette Albracht, Helen Dailey, Ha- Unusual Floral Schem
zel Greenwald, Rena Krause, Made- To Form Background br
line Moloch, Ann Verner, Polly Wal- Ballroom Of League
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Rfter the initiation ceremonies new

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tRuth Campbell. '34. chairman of
:nembers; and actives were entertain- the decorations committee of the
ed by the alumnae members, who dPanhellenic Ball to be held Nov. 25,
planned arrangements for the eve- today announced complete plans for
ning, at a treasure hunt. Refresh- h
ffi Al the decoration oftheLeague ball-

omeint wers calre. ctsr iithe A.i ce
Cormick. social director in the office

Prof. Louis Strauss, and Mr. and Mrs. of the dean of women, and Miss
Durfee. Marie E. Hartwig, planned the af-
Delta Delta Dea washes to an- Mrs. Myra Jordon, former dean
nounce the pledging of Louise Stone, of women, and one of the first mem-
'36, of Birmingham, Mich. and Mar- bers of the Senior Society was pres-
garet Bryan, '36, of Lansing, Mich- ent.
(Associated Pryss Photo) igan.
Jane Conway of Baton Rouge was ;KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA were entertained at dinner at the
voted "Louisiana's Sweetheart" at Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained Chic Omega house Sunday. Reva
fouisiana State University. She is Anne Harsha, '34, this week end. Derby of Grand Rapids was a week-
the daughter of Louisiana's Secretary Four of the girls in the house, Har- end guest of the sorority. Mary Stew-
of State. riet White, Aldeane Hunt, Jeanette art and Virginia Peasley of the phys-
Allen, and Isabelle Kanter attended ical education faculty and Virginia
W the Michigan State game at Lansing. Isabell McKeller were present at a
W.A..H lsOpen SIGeMican aPPA gameatLansing.
. . SIGMA KAPPA tea given Sunday afternoon.
Business M e e t 111g Sigma Kappa wishes to announce_
the pledging of Alice Adams, '34, of
For New Members Montgomery, Michigan, on Thursday, FLASHY WO
First open business meeting was 'eTheB Dro alumae held a Fou and MI
ders' Banquet at the Colony Club in1
held by the Women's Athletic Asso- Detroit Saturday, November 12, hon-
;iation yesterday to get the new oring the Founders of the sorority.
'nembers acquainted with the man- Active members from Lansing and
%gers of the various activities and to the Ann Arbor chapters attended.
alan programs for the year. Those who were guests at the affair
It was announced by Margaret from the Ann Arbor chapter were: All New Bright C
Martindale, '34, chairman of the Jo Kitchen. '35, Dorothy Walker, '33,
nembership committee, that there Ruth Mathews, '33, and Dorothy in These Al-
ire now 61 members of the asso- Shapland, '34.
iation all included, and many more ALPHA XI DELTAWE SPECIALIZ
Are expected to join throughout the Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Denne of In-
ourse of the year. The rise in mem- dian Village Detroit were dinner
:ership will be recorded on "barom- guests at the Alpha Xi Delta house
eters" placed in Barbour gymnasium Sunday.
and the W. A. A. of1ce in the League. ALPHA OMICRON PI 315 South
With the opening of the new sport Members of Alpha Omicron Pi so-
season on Nov. 28, rifle and basket- rority wish to announce the pledging
ball practice will begin, and other of Ruth Sonnenstine, '36, of Marion,
sports which will be continued in- Ohio.
elude bowling, ping-pong, archery, CHI OMEGA.
dancing, and swimming, as well as Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Howard and
outdoor activities. Betty and Dudley Howard of Pontiac

An evergreen lining of the walls
of the dance floor will be entirely
different from the usual floral dec-
orations. Baskets of mums will add
color with the green background,
these carrying out a unique plan.
The colors in each basket will rep-
resent the the colors of some sorority,
according to Marietta Recor, '34, a
member of the decorations commit-
tee. The orchestra stand will also
be banked with flowers.
Sororities are asked to retarn the
tickets that have not yet been sold,
to the members of the ticket com-
mittee as soon as possible.

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If you want to create a sensa-
tion at your early 8 o'clock, dash
right down to Jacobson Millinery
Depar tment. The new ostrich an-
goras have arrived!
Every shade and style
imaginable, including
popular turbans, rolled
in an intriguing man-
ner, and the soft, snug hat with
the tiny brim. New York and
Paris are simply wi--ld about
them. For sports and class wear
they're incomparable! And just
think . . . Jacobson's were able
to purchase these stunning models
so that they would retail for only
The two Mary Lee Campus
shops offer this enticing special
for the Thanksgiving holiday -
with every purchase of a pound
of chocolates, a half-pound of
butter peanut brittle will be given
free. Why don't you surprise
mother with a box of Mary Lee's
Thanksgiving morn? General as-
sortments, including creams and
fruits, are 60c a pound. Chocolate
covered nuts are $1.00. (Corner
State and Liberty, and 108 E.
Washington St.)
Luxurious permanents skillfully
given by a competent operator
with only the best materials ob-
tainable, is the tradition success-
fully adhered to by The Blue Bird
Hair Shop, 5 Nickels Arcade, for
the past 1tyears. Changing busi-
ness conditions have not substi-
tuted the use of inferior and
harmful preparations in t hi s
prominent campus beauty shop.
Extremely reasonable prices pre-
vail. Phone 9616 for your holiday
Did you know that The Michi-
gan League is oafferihg the most

I Quarry's Drug Store, corner N.U.
And State, are keeping a pace
ahead of "old man weather." Now
that the snowy season has arrived,
and as it evidently intends to stay,
,winter's most indispensable toilet
article-the hand lotion
-reigns supreme on
Quarry's toilet goods
counter, Dermal Cream
z3Aion, made from their own
special formula for the past quar-
ter of a century, is the most popu-
lar number. This smooth, delicate-
ly scented liquid, comes in two
sizes 25c and 50c. Morning and
evening applications of Dermal
Lotion will keep your skin soft and
lovely throughout the w i n t e r
months. Try it, you will love its
cool penetrating qualities. Other
prominent lotions and creams and
the Roger & Gallett pomades may
be found also at Quarry's.

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To shorten the long ride home
Thanksgiving Day, stop in at
Slater's Bookstores and pick up a
good book. John Galsworthy's
most recent novel, "F 1 o w e r i n g
Wilderness" arrived this week; his
characters typical of England are
more interesting than ever before.
To those who enjoy books on re-
search, allow me to suggest "Men
Against Death" written by Paul de
Kruif, a former faculty member in
the bacteriological department. He
covers his subjects well in short
interesting biographical sketches.
And too, we must not forget the
table of modern fiction by promi-
nent authors of the hour, $1.00 up.
Slater's, conveniently located at
both ends of the campus.
Have you started that hooked
rug you promised Aunt Harriet
for Christmas? If not, there is

No raw tobaccos in Luckies
--that's wh~y they're so mid

This is really a
while and being
wide includes all
at $3.95.

sale worth
better hats

WTE buy the finest, the
very finest tobaccos
in all the world-but that
does not explain why folks
everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the mildest ciga-
sna- ra a - - 4^ it

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

No Dobbs Included
Smart New
Fabrics at

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