DAY, NOV. 26, 1932 THE M I C H I G A N DAILY
Many Women From Dornitories
Return Home For Thanksgiving
Scene Of Colorful
300 Couples At
White and Red '
Velvet, Crepe Prei
To Satin; Rhine
Used For Trimmin
Leads was distinguished by a draped collar
that came over the shoulders to form
nnual cap sleeves. Slippers of the same
shade and pearl drop earrings were
a" n Elinor Allen, '34, treasurer's chair-I
man, wore a gown of blush beige
crepe featuring a high empress line.
ferred The sleeves were draped to give the
appearance of a bolero jacket and
stones were bordered with wide borders of
Members Entertain Sale Of Tickets
.AtHome, In Sehool
Many fraternity members returned gn ay
home for Thanksgiving. Several took
members who lived too far away to Henry Theis And RadioI
their homes to enjoy Thanksgiving
dinner. Others remained in Ann Ar- Orchestra To Furnish
bor to enjoy the holiday. Music For Occa ion
KAPPA DELTA RHO sC __ as_
Kappa Delta Rho held a bridge and Distibution of tickets to the Soph
Thanksgiving d a n c e Wednesday Dec. 2ill beg t on-
!night. IPo nDc il ei etMn
iGhet, eeVvanM~ry Grd day, Lewis Kearns, general chairman
Guests were Vivian McCarty, Grad, of the committee announced yester-
Betty Snyder, '33, Miriam Snyder' day. They will be sold by all members
Erie, Penn., Irene Lanterbach, Spec., of the oph Prom committee, and
Helen Probeck, '34, Margaret Neu- maf heSobe redittheeUnn
haus, '35, Eileen Clark, 33, LaVeine may also e sced atd Buhe .Union
Scblitt, '33, S. Bunadette Cogan, Ann< desk, and VAn Cove's and Burr, Pat-
Arbor, Iris Airey, Ann Arbor, Ileenj terson and Auld,1 Co.*,; stores.
Jay, Ann Arbor, and June Currie, Henry Theis and his 15-piece radio
Ypsilanti. AC dance orchestra will furbish the
Mr.and Mrs. Wells and Miss Lena- I music for the occasion. A regular
bell Cherrmanof Grand Rapids, on the staff of WLW ii Cincinnati
Mich., were guests of the fraternity for years, Thcis also has played ot
Thursday. collegiate events on such campuses
PHI KAPA SIGMA as Purdue, Wisconsin, Ohio State,
Many members of Phi Kappa Sig- Culver Military Academy, Washing-
Many women returned home to
spend Thanksgiving day with their
Lar IIIes erv, parents. Those who lived near took a
number of guests with them. Other
reak ast A f t e r women remained at the dormitories
Pan-HellenicBall for their Thanksgiving holiday.
S e . I ALUMNAE HOUSE
Several residents of Alumnae House
akfast was served by many spent Thanksgiving at their homes.
ties following the Pan-Hellenic They are, Laila Wilson, '36, and Lou-
Several houses entertained with ella Chaffee, '35, who were in Sag-
inaw,ng afterward for the members Caroline Schmidt, '36, Kath-
hei guests. ryn Simms, '34, Jean Gassaway, '35,
eir CgOMe GAand Mary Almand, '35, going to De-
_A H Etroit. Ruth Nees, '34, spent the holi-
By CAROL HANAN
White, red and purple s h a d e s
seemed to be the predominating col-
ors- at the Pan-Hellenic ball- last
night. Velvets, uncut and transpar-
ent, and rough crepes were the most
popular materials with a surprising
absence of satins. The long wrap,
trimmed and untrimmed has most
definitely made its appearance.
Myrtle Cooper, '34, chairman of the
ball, wore a flame colored transparent
velvet that featured a high straight
neckline that was developed from
the draped cowl line under the sleeves.
The back had an oblong decolletage
and the gown was finished off by a
wide belt of the same material. Miss
Cooper's accessories consisted of long
rhinestone earrings, flame sandals
with r h i n e s t o.n e heels and white
crushed velvet gloves.
Evelyn Nielson, '33, president of the
Panhellenic Association wore ice-blue
velvet trimmed with rhinestones. The
rhinestones formed a band between
the shoulders in back and straps of
the glittering trimming crossed to
come around and clasp in front.
Rayen Wears Chiffon
JaneRayen, '33, vice-president, of
the League, was attired in a flowing
flame colored chiffon trimmed with,
silver beads. She carrded out her
gown with silver accessories.,
Dorothy Van Riper, '34, program
chairman of the Central Committee,
chose a frock of white net that was
closely tucked to just above tihe
knees and then flared out to the floor.
A large green bow at the hip was the
only trimming. Green gloves and
moire slippers were the accessories.,
, Marjorie Arnold, '34, chairman of
tickets, wore white r o u g h crepe,
trimmed with rhinestones. The skirt
was cut diagonally in a way that
made it swirl to the ground.
Eleanor Riker, '33, chairman of re-
freshments, was gowned in chartreuse
crepe with beaded straps featuring
the high neckline and the low decol-.
letage. silver and gold slippers and
crystal earings were her accessories.
Ruth Campbell, '34, chairman of
decorations, wore white rough crepe
trimmed with bands of silver sequins
that encircled the bottom of the dress
and the waist and bordered the low
back. Coral slippers of the same
shade as her wrap completed the en-
Pauline Scott, '34, music chairman,
was attired in wine colored velvet that
Gray Wears Turquoise
Helen Gray, '34, floor chairman,
wore turquoise crepe with rhinestone
straps. The wide Pelt was trimmed,
with a row of rhinestones across the
Grace Mayer, '34, publicity chair-
man, chose lipstick red silk crepe fea-
turing a cowl neckline and a beaded
T-shaped strap in the back.
Ruth Kurtz, '34, chaperone chair-
man, was gowned in royal purple vel-
vet with rhinestone straps. The wide
belt crosses in the back and comes
around the front to tie in a small
Margaret Schermack, '33, chairman
of Judiciary Council, wore American
beauty taffeta trimmed with a black
taffeta bow that reached the floor.]
Black 'gloves and sandals were the
Vincelle Bartlett, '33, chairman of
the undergraduate campaign fund,
Those a black velvet gown, low cut,
with braided velvet straps. Black san-
dals with rhinestone buckles and
rhinestone earrings completed the
Margaret Keal, '33, senior member
of Judiciary Council, wore a pale blue
crepe trimmedwith two large bows
of the same material placed at the
shoulder and one above the knee.
Allen Dressed in Blue
Janet Allen, '33, senior representa-
tive to the League board, wore blue
:ough crepe with rhinestone straps
,ind a cowl neckline.
Barbara Bates, '35, sophomore rep-
:esentative to the Teague board, wore
.right red uncut velvet, unusually
trimmed with brown caracul. The
caracul outlined the dress, starting
aehihd the neck encircles the low-cut
arm holes and tied in the back.
Jane Cowden, '33, chairman of li-
brary committee, wore burgundy
crepe that featured small velvet cap
sleeves. A flower of purple and red
velvet at the waist was the only dec-
Harriet Jennings, '34, junior mem-
ber of Judiciary Council, chose white
lace with a blue velvet belt that tied
in a large bow in back.
Marion Giddings, '34, author of
Junior Girls Play for this year, wore
a black and white crepe formal on
Jean Berridge, '33Ed., vice-presi-
dent of W. A. A., was attired in black
crepe with rhinestone straps. The
wide belt wrapped around the- waist
to tie in a large bow on the side.
Alpha Chi Omega held a breakfast'
for six couples at the Michigan
League after the Pan-Hellenic Ball
ALPHA DELTA PI
Thirteen couples were served for
breakfast at the Alpha Delta Pi sor-
ority after the Pan-Hellenic Ball last
night. The house was attractively
decorated with flowers and tapers
throughout the rooms. Among the
out-of-town guests present were Miss
Eithel Arscott of Onaway. Mich., Miss
DPQothea Schmidt of Grosse Pointe,
and Miss Boberts of Detroit.
ALPHA OMICRON PI.
Eight or nine couples attended the
breakfast after Pan-Hellenic Ball
given at the Alpha Omicron Pi house
for members and their guests. Red
roses and red tapers decorated the
tables and Mrs. C. S. Beehymer,
housemother, was the chaperone.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Decorations of yellow flowers and
blue candles carried out the sorority
colors at the breakfast held at the
,Alpha Xi Delta sorority after Pan-
Hellenic Ball. Music was furnished
by Byron Dalrymple's orchestra. Fif-
teen couples attended and Mrs. Myr-
ma fraternity left Ann Arbor for
Thanksgiving. Those who went to
Cleveland are: Ted Wakefield, '34,
Curtis Manchester, '35. Joe Gardner,
'33. Harold Anderson, 34, and James
Doty, '34, went to Detroit. Gunnard
Antell, '34, George Dillingham, '35,
and Herbert Roosa, '33, went to Buf-
falo. Those who went to Flint are
Edmund Love, '34, and Conway Ma-
Others who spent the holiday at
home are: John Doegey, '33, in Chi-
cago; Howard Gudritz, '33, in Sag-
inaw; Charles A. Leonard, '34, in
Hollywood; Frank Park, '33, in New
York; and Oscar Perkinson, '33, in
At the faculty dinner given Tues-
day night by Psi Upsilon, Prof. John
C. Brier and Dr. William M. Brace,
of the faculty and Henry Adams, C.
W. Graham, and Nathan Potter, Ann
Arbor alumni, were present.
League Dance To Have
Through the courtesy of the Michi-
gan Flower Growers, Inc., the Pan-
Hellenic decorations will remain for
the Saturday night dance at the1
Mike Falk's orchestra will play
again and Barbara Bates, '35, will
Lynn Tyson, '33, will head the re-
ception committee, the members of
which act as hostesses.
Guests of the League will be Dr.
too. and Lee, la??(tCarnegie Tech-
The number of tickets has been
limited to 250, to sell at three dollars
each, and in view of the record low
price an early sellout is expected.
Jerome Van Winegarden, chair-
man of the ticket committee, is in
charge of ticket sales. Other chair-
men are Ralph Tracy, programs, Col-
ton Park, publicity, and Carl Hills,
Pi Lambda Theta
day in Bay City and Edith Naples,
'35, in Dearborn.
With the return of the Thanksgiv-
ing season mawny women from the
dormitories of the campus left Ann
Arbor to spend the holiday at their
homes or with fricnds.
The women from Betsy Barbour
who left town are: Christine Ken-
nedy, '36 who went to Detroit; Betty
Burns, '36, to Detroit; Irene McCau-
5ey, '36, to Detroit; Eleanor Johnson,
'36, to Lawton, Mich.; Madelyn Coe,
'35, to Detroit; Ann Timmons, '36,
who went to Detroit and taking with
her Elizabeth Roe, '36, as her guest;
Mary Jane Cummings, '34, who went
to Battle Creek, accompanied by Dor-
othy Batchelor, '33; Janet Miller, '36,'
to Grosse Isle; Betty Latin, '36, to
Grosse Isle; Marian Heckathorn, '34,
to Saginaw; Mildred Stroop, '36, to
Saginaw; Marjorie Morrison. '36, to
Highland ParK; Betty Gillard, '35, to
Detroit; Mary Hutchinson, '35, to
Birmingham;,accompanied by Jane
'Langderfer, '35; Betsy O'Dell, '36,
Bloomfield Hills; Katherine Schmel-
zer, '33, to Saginaw, accompanied by
Ernestine Richter, '36; Alison Ten-
nant, '36 is the guest of Florence
Bingham, '36, who went to Saginaw;
Virginia Morgan, '35, also went to
Saginaw. Frances Drake, '36, went to
Monroe; Edith Ferrii, '36, to Owosso;
and Joan Campbell, '36, to Detroit.
Helen Newberry women who spent
Thanksgiving day away from Ann
Arbor are: Mary Elizabeth Windt,
'33, who went to Grand Rapids;
Betty Ferster, '36, to East Lansing
and Helen Rankin, '36, to Detroit;
Mary Alice Baxter, '36, to Galesburg;
Gertrude Walker, '36, to Galesburg;
Sally Begle, '36, to Detroit; Elizabeth
Canter, '35, to Detroit; Josephine
McLean. '36. to Detroit: Violet Chu-
lock, '36, to Maywood, Ill.: Virginia
Hugg, '35, accompaniCd by Eloise
Moore, '36, who went to Pleasant
Ridge; Helen Louise Clark. '3C. to
Pontiac: Margaret Cutler, '36, to Dt-
troit; Helen Waldstein, '34, to De-
troit; Ellen Jean Conover, '35, to
Evart, Michigan and Mary Adamski,
'36, to Manistee, Michigan; Helen
Clark, '35, and Elsa Van Slyke, '35,
are guests of Isabelle Currie. '35. in
Detroit; Louise Allen, '33. visited An-
nette Rudolph, '33, in Detroit; Betti
Ann Smith, '36, went to Muskegon;
Eileen McManus, '36, to Detroit; Har-
riet Spiess, '35, to Owosso; Helen
Haxton, '36, to Detroit; and Barbara
West, '36, to Grosse Isle.
Miss Dorothy Ogburn of Ann Ar-
bor, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ogburn of Saginaw, were the guests
of Miss Eunice Van Camp for
Thanksgiving. Pierce Van Camp, of
Detroit, also spent Thanksgiving here
as her guest.
For the girls who remained at the
Dormitory for the holiday, the tables
were beautifully decorated with gaily
colored bowls of fruit and chrysan-
themums in Fall colors.
Residents of Mosher-Jordan halls
were entertained with a Thanksgiv-
ing program on Thursday, commenc-
ing at the dinner hour and continu-
ing throughout the evening. Flower
decorations for the dining room were
provided by the botanical gardens,
and a selected collection of records
provided music for the occasion.
A buffet-supper was held in the
evening, in Mosher dining room, fol-
lowed by dancing in the Jordan Hall
drawing room. Reule. Kenyon's or-
chestra provided music for the danc-
A $100,.000 memorial to George
Rogers Clark has been erected by the
federal government at Harrodsburg,
I y= write, we lm e It
'ounteiTm Pens, Inkc, etc.
Typewriters all= nkes.
GreeingCards ar v for eribody.
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Solds Organization ! tle Moore, housemother, chaperoned.
Dorothy Batchelor, '34, was a guest
Meeting At League of the house for the affair.
A long table covered with black
Pi Lambda Theta, national hon- oil 'loth with the Greek letters of the
orary educational fraternity, held its fraternities represented printed on it
first business and organization meet- in silver, and a centerpiece consist-
nig at 7:30 p. in. Tuesday. Nov. 22, ing of a black pot of black and sil-
in the hostess room of the League. ver tulips and tapers carrying out the
Officers elected for the year's work same color-scheme used at the Pan-
include: Madeline J. Snyder, '33Ed., Hellenic breakfast served at the Chi
president; Glendora Gosling, '33Ed., Omega sorority house. Mrs. Blanche
vice president; E. Jane Beckett, Harley chaperoned the affair. Violet
'33Ed., recording secretary; Jean Negle and Mary Schaefer, '32, guests
Robinson, '33Ed., secretary. Members from Saginaw, also attended.
of a social committee were also chos- THRETA PHI ALPHA
en: Harvey Evans, '33SM, Margaret Theta Phi Alpha entertained seven
Jane Brown, '33Ed. Dr. Edward B. couples at breakfast after the Pan-
Greene of the psychology department Hellenic Ball, Saturday morning.
is faculy advisor of he group. Tapers and flowers decorated the
Pi Lambda Theta's next meeting table. Leola Marx, '33, president, was
is planned for Dec. 6 and will be in in charge of arrangements. Alumni
the form of a Christmas luncheon, who returned for the occasion in-
cluded: Mrs. Roy Batie, '32, of De-
and Mrs. Littig, who will be chap- troit; Margaret Robb, '34, of Howell
erones at the dance. was also a week-end guest.
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