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1H IoHIAN P D I LY

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BLACKS and WHITES
12 to 16 Buitton Formal Glove s

F ina.l Plans For
Annual Cabaret
Now Completed
IHarriet Earle Announces
Members Of Groups To
Dance In Entertainment
Meeting at 5:00- yesterday at the
League, the central committee of the
Sophomore Cabaret laid final plans
for the Cabaret to be held in the
afternoons and evenings of Dec. 9
and 10 at the League ballroom.
The entertainment c o m m i t t e e,
headed by Harriett Earle, has corn-
pleted all dance routines. The fol-
lowing women are in the Waltz group
under~ the leadership of Jaqueline
Snell: Barbara Sutherland, Martha
Neuhardt, Hilda Kirby, Marie Metz-.
ger, and Beatrice Devine.
The Waitress dance includes Lois
Zimmerman, Ruth Root, Ruth Poat,
Katherine Rucker, Jeanette- Duff,
Dorothy Schiller, Mvabel Lennon, Vir-
ginia FPrink, Julie McKay, and Libby
Selin. Barbara Sutherland has drilled
these women,
Nean Dieble has taught the rou-
tines for the Devil and the Deep
group. Marcelle Morford, Barbara
Gene Owens, Dorothy Wikel, Jane
Schneider, Helen Gram, Mary Anni
fEcomet, Melinda Crosby, Chatrlotle
lEhdli h, Ardelle Hardy, Sally Pierce,
Marion Brooks, Marie Heid, Betty
Walz, Lucille Betz, Irene Hall, Esther
Brandon, Mary Gaylord, Eleanor
Heath, Dorothy Leake, Shirley Ver-
nor, and Helen Wilson are in this,
dance.
The Gob Tap dance, headed by
Beatrice DeVine, includes the followv-
ing7 women:, Beatrice Lanning, ToS-:
ephine Keitchen, Catherine Anningp,
Stella Glass, Betty Wuneh, Winifred
Pike, Jean.Delamarter. Betty Hoppin,
Virginia Cluff, and Jean Whiting,
The Waiter dance, directed by Mary
Morrison, is composed of these wom-
en : Janice Rice, Mary Earnshaw,
Catherine Hildebrand, Frances Man-
'waring, Jean Heyward, Ethel How-.
ard, Betty Talcott, Dorothy Hall, and
Mary Helen Winchester.
Another feature of the entertain-.
ment is to be a piano number played
on two pianos by Kay Leopold and
Mary Morrison. Billy Griffiths will
be, accompanied by them as she sings
"Ah, But I've Learned" and "Ho0w
Deep Is the Ocean."
Classified Directory

To Head Cabaret

(Photo by Dey)
Hilda Kirby is the general chair-
man of the Sophomore Cabaret
which is to he held at the League
during the afternoons and evenings
of Dec. 9 and 18 as the annual proj-
ct of the women of the Sophomore
Blass.
Sorority Members
Return Home For
sThe Thanksg~iving holiday finds
'nany sorority women leaving Anni
krhor and the aftermnath of midse-
'nesters to spend the day with their
?arents at home..
ALPHA EPSILON PIll1
Many members are leaving the
Alpa psilon Phi house this week-
grd. Those going to Detroit are,
Jane Pecheimer, , Ruth Cohn, '34,
and Miriam Carver, '33, who is taking
Catherine Rosenberg to her home as
her guest. Josephine Stern, '33, Blaine
Schlesinger, '34SIVf and Terry Fiske,
'33 are leaving Friday to spend the
week-end in Detroit. Lucille Zarne,
33, of Kalama.zoo, is a guest at the
Rouse for the week,,M-end.
'COLLEG ATE SORtoS[S
Women leaving Collegiate Sorosis
to spend Thanksgiving at home are,

Colby ToTalk
Before Club At }
Leagoue Today
'Acquisition Of Religions
Attitudes' Is Subject Of
Lecture by Professor
Prof. Martha G. Colby of the Psy-
chology department will be guest
lecturer at the weekly meeting of the{
"Child's Approach to Religion" Club,
to be held at 3 p. m. today in the
Alumni room of the League.
Professor Colby's topic will be "Ac-
quisition of Religious Attitudes" in
relation to the child's education in
religious matters. She will deal with
that subject from the standpoint of
the psychologist. After her talk:,
there will be a general round table
discussion of members' questions on
the topic of the day.
This organization known as "The
Child's Approach to Religion" wac
inaugurated early this fall and iti
conducted under the sponsorship of
the Religious Education committee of
St. Andrew's church.
The meetings are held every
Wednesday and a series of lectures
by faculty members of the University
and townspeople are planned. Two
inore talks in this series will be given,.
The meetings are opera to anyone
interested.f
Betty Long,, ':34, who is going to Chi-
sago, Mary Sabin, '35, going to Battle
Creek. Marg7aret Allen, ':34, Virginia
Taylor, '33, and Betty Gilkey, '33, to
Boston. Mairtha Neuhn ril it±, '35 and
Ruth P oait,''5 are leavwing for W11el-1
iing, WV. Va. Abbie Morley, '34, is go
ing to Saginaw and Joseopine Wood-
lams, '34, to Plainwell, Michi.

Sigmna Alpha Iote
M(' h"; Holds

Sigma Apha Iota, n<tional hion-
orary musical society honored Mrs.
Elmer Ottway of Port Huron, for-
merly a member of this chapter with
honorary membership in the club, at
their meeting held at 8:30 p. m. Tues-
day in the League. Virginia A. For-
sythe, '33SM, president of the organi-
zation conferred the degree.
Last week, the society entertained
with a musical at the home of Mrs.
Samuel T. Dana on Hill street. Maud
~Okkelberg, Marion Freeman and Kate
iKeith Field took part.

HonorsI
Musicale -

Sororities VWAIlMan d In
Pan-Hellenice Ball TickeF
Tickets for the Panhellenic Ball to
be held Nov. 25 are being collected
from the sorority houses now by the
members of the tickets committee.
All tickets from the houses must be
handed in immediately, according to
Marjorie Arnold, '34, chairman of the
committee.
A few tickets will be left on sale at
the league desk until Friday after-
noon for those who decide to go at
the last minute.

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