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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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CAMPUS

SOCIET Y

Mrs. Bacher Entertains
Foreign Women Students
Mrs. Byryl Fox Bacher. of the dean
of women's staff, has planned a num-
ber of teas for foreign women stu-1
dents, a small number of women be-
ing invited each time. The first of
these teas was held Tuesday after-
noon from 5:30 to 6:00 p. m.

Beta Kappa Rho To Give
Annual Christmas Part
Beta Kappa Rho. organization fc
women living outside organize
houses on the campus, will hold i
annual Christmas party at 8:15 Sa
urday night in the Alumnae room
the League, President Virginia Hes
'34Ed., announced yesterday.

Soph Prom AtUnion
Tomorrow To Climax
Fall Social Program
Lewis Kearns, Chairman Sororities Plan
Of Dance Committee, To;
Lead Grand March With Dinners, T e a s
Miss Catherine McHenry F T
For This. Week
Sellout Is Seen In _
Spite Of Depression Kappa Alpha Theta Holds
Formal Dance Saturday;'
Popular Orchestra A n d Faculty Tea Sunday ;

Newman Club
Will Entertain
At Reception
At the informal reception of the
Newman Club, organization of Cath-
olic students on campus to be held
from 3 to 5 p. m. Saturday in the,
ballroom of the Union, Catholic
{members of the faculty and their
wives will be guests of honor. The
music for dancing will be furnished
by the Union orchestra. Facilities
will also be provided for bridge.
Other entertainment includes a
progran of songs by the University
of Michigan quartet, a dance special-
ty by Mary Jane Crockett, '33, and
Elinor Crockett, '33, and several song
numbers by Frances Johnson, '33.
One activity of other than student
interest is this faculty reception held
each year, according to the commit-
tee, which includes: Charles Milt-
,ner, '34Lx, Mary Paul, '35, chairmen.
Assisting them are: Mary Jane
Crockett, '33, Cecilia Melody, '34,
Doris Smith, '33, Patricia Daly, '34,
Beatrice DeVine, '35, Elizabeth Dur-
fee, '35, John Murtagh, '34M, Ernest
O'Brien, '33L, Wilfred Houghey,
Charles Racho , '33,'Henry Conlin,
'spec. John Regeczi, '3-Ed.

G race And Color

Amae Heads
Give Addresses

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Reduced Price Are Aids'
In Stimulating Demand
For Dance Tickets
Climaxing the social calendar of
1932 and inaugurating the series of
class dances for the present school
year, Henry Theis and his orchestra
will arrive in Ann Arbor tomorrow
to play for the annual 'Soph Prom
tomorrow night in the ballroom of
the Michigan Union.
With less than two days remain-
ing, there were prospects last night
of a sellout, or nearly so, of tickets
to the most brilliant affair of the
Fall season, according to Lewis
Kearns, chairman of the committee.
The issue is limited to 250 tickets,
Kearns said, and in spite of the fi-
nancial depression and the usual pre-
Christmas scarcity of money a large
portion of them are already sold and
many more reserved. The popularity
of the orchestra and the attractive
program along with theunprecedent-
ed reduction in price have been pow-
erful stimulants to the sale of tickets,
the committeemen say.
Tickets may be purchased all day
today from any member of the Soph
Prom committee, and the Union, Van
Boven's, and Burr, Patterson and
Auld Co. Tomorrow morning all un-
sold tickets will be taken to the Un-
ion and to Van Boven's, where they
may be secured throughout the day.
The grand march, which will be-
gin at midnight, will be led by Lewis
Kearns, chairman of the committee,
and Miss Catherine McHenry.
Decorations will follow a Christ-
mas motif, with pine and other ever-
green trimmings. Refreshments will
be served during and after the in-
termission. Metal program will add
a note of: novelty,
Women's Club
Enjoys Annual
Benefit Bridge'
The annual benefit card party of
the Ann Arbor Women's Club was
held at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday in the
tthel Fountain Hussey room of the
League. Mrs. B. Frank Ohlinger was
chairman of the social arrangements'
committee which planned the affair,
and Mrs. E. C. Edsel served as vice-
chairman.
Prizes were given to the winners,
and refreshments were served. Both
contract and auction were enjoyed.
Part of the business of the club
was transacted at the board meeting
which took place directly before the
general meeting. Registration of the
women in the club was completed in
response to a plea sent out by the
National Council of Women who are
arranging a complete list of all the
women of the United States who are
affiliated in some organization which
they can reach. This list when it'
is as complete as possible will be in-
corporated into an invitation to wo-
men of foreign countries to attend'
the Chicago World's fair.I

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained
at a rushing dinner last night. Tals-
man rose buds were floated in green
bowls and used with cream colored
tapers as table decorations.
Probation week starts this morn-
ing for upper classmen wishing to be
initiated,
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
The Kappa Alpha Theta pledge
formal will take place on Saturday
night, December 3. Black and gold
decorations are to be used through-
out the house, while floral decora-
tions will consist of yellow chrysan-
themums. Chaperons at the dance
will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sinclair
of Detroit.
Mrs. Theo Klingman and Mrs. J. J.
Walser, both of Ann Arbor will pour I
at the faculty tea at which the sor-
ority members will be hostesses on
Sunday. Decorations will include;
pink roses and tapers.
KAPPA DELTA
A rushing dinner for six guests will
be held at the Kappa Delta house
tonight. Cream tapers and fall flow-
ers are to be used on the tables.
Mrs. Anna Dillingham, sorority.
house mother entertained the Ann
Arbor Grandmothers' Club yesterday
afternoon. The party was unique in
that the guests pieced jig-saw. puzzles
together instead of playing bridge.
A house guest yesterday was Grace
Haase of Detroit.
Trio Of Glee Club,
Sngs, At Meetig
And For Rotarians
Several songs by the trio of the,
University Girls' Glee Club will be
part of the program of the meeting
of the Arts and Crafts Club to be.
held at 2:30 p. m. today at the:
League. After their performance the
trio will leave at 5:30 p.im. for Adrian
where they will sing before an inter-
city Rotary convention.
The numbers to be sung by the
trio are: "Lady of the Moon" by
Eric Coates, "Barcarolle" from the
"Tales of Hoffman", by Qffenbach,.
"Morning" by Oley Speakes, "Lol
How a Rose E'er Is Blooming," a 16th;
century melody, "Bring a Torch'
Jeanette, Isabella," an old provincial'
noel.
Members of the trio are: Lucille
M. Lucas, '34SM, soprano; Maxine E.,
Maynard, '35, first alto; Frances
Beswarica, '34SM, second alto.
The entire glee club met at 7:15
last night at the League, to decide
upon a Christmas program and to
rehearse. The next performance of
the organization will be on Dec. 15
before the Ann Arbor Women's Club.
Professor Trueblood To
Leave For C iforn ia
Professor - Emeritus Thomas C.
Trueblood, formerly of the speech
department and at present coach of
the University golf team, will leave
Tuesday to spend the winter with his
brother and sister at Whittier, Calif.

(Associated Press Photo)
W h ere o o Madge Evans of the films wears
a gown of nile green crepe that in-
THURSDAY,DEtroduces the broad shouldered effect
T RSADEC. 1. by pieces of red fox encircling the
"The Big Broadcast" at the Majes- 1armholes. The fitted bodice and the
tic Theatre; performances at 2 p. m., wide wrap-around belt of the same#
7 p. i., and 9 p. . i material are style points.
"Rackety Rax" at the Michigan I
Theatre; performances at 2 p. m., 7 Tea WJil
p. m., and 9 p. m. Leag e Tl.L
Tea honoring Mrs. Myra Jordan, r
Jordan Hall, 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. Feature Fashion
Lecture byReverend Henry Lewis how Tomorrow
on "The Child and the Church," at
Alumnae room, League, 3 p. in.--I

To Zeta Phi Eta
Evelyn Wolf ord Is Given
Chairmanship Of Plays
To Be Given By Chapter
Mrs. S. S. Saniora, president of
the Detroit Alumnae Association of
Zeta Phi Eta, national honorary
speech society, addressed the Michi-
gan chapter at a general meeting
held last night in the League build-
ing. Mrs. Sanford, a former member
of Beta chapter at Northwestern U.,
gave a message from the alumnae to
the active group. Mrs. Carstens Tied-
man, also an alumna from Detroit,
spoke on the responsibilities of active
members.
Previous to the addresses, Lenore
LsGendre, '34, was elected treasurer
and Evelyn Wolford, '33, was ap-
pointed general chairman of three
children's plays which Zeta Phi Eta
plans to present in January. The
plays, which are written by Sir David
Littleboy, fit together in a series and
concern themselves with the story
of a poor boy adopted by a king be-
pause of, his goodness. The child's
coronation is the highlight in the
plays.
Among last semester's pledges who
will be initiated into the speech so-
ciety soon are Virginia Frink, '35,
IMyrtle Cooper, '32, Ethel Howard,
'35, Eleanor Dwinrll, '33, Jane Kauff-
man, '35, and Mary Louise Elspass,
'35. The ceremony will be conducted'
at the League by the president, Elea-
nor Gilmore, '33, and the vice-presi-
dent, Frances Thornton, '34.
The pledges to Zeta Phi Eta this
,emester include Eleanor Chase, '35,
Sally Sherwood, '33, Edna Dolby, '34,
Margaret Sauer, '36, Rita Peterson,
'35, and Laurabelle Wilson, grad.
Unidn Representatives.
Leave For Convention,
John W. Lederle, '33, and John H.3
Huss, '33, president and recording
secretary of the Union left after the
smoker last night for Rochester,
New York, where they will represent
Michigan at a meeting of the Nation-
al Association of College Unions.
The convention starts today and
continues through Friday and Sat-
urday. Mr. Lederle will talk on Un-
ion activities and political forums
Saturday morning.

Have You Seen Them?

Those jaunty little things that everyone
who's smart is wearing couldn't have
come from anywhere but the ROBERTS
Stop. You'll love the way they fit.,
and you'll find just the hat for that
extra special occasion here.
Prices Ranging from $1.95. to $5.00

THE ROBERTS, SHOP

604 E. Liberty

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Michigan Dames To Give
Informal Entertainment
An informal party will be given
by the Michigan Dames and their
husbands from 8 to 12 p. m., Friday,
Dec. .8, at the Women's Athletic
Building. A special invitation is ex-
tended to all women who are eligible
for membership in the organization'
and their husbands.
Bridge, dancing and bowling will
furnish the entertainment. Plans
have also been made for entertain-
ment which will help people get ac-
quainted and furnish fun.
An admission charge will be made
of 25 cents a couple but there will- be
no extra fee for bowling.
The dance committee consists of
Mrs. William W. Vorwerk, Mrs. Dan-
iel Gage, and Mrs. Rodger Miller.
Martha Cook Directors
Entertain Dinner Guests
Miss Sara Rowe and Miss Margaret
Ruth Smith, social directors of
Martha Cook dormitory, entertained
at dinner before the Choral Union
concert last night for Miss Inez V.
Bosworth, director of Mosher Jordan
Halls, Miss Edith A. Barnard, social
director of Alumnae residence, Mrs.
Florence W. Tausey, director of Helen
Newberry residence, Miss Della Mc-
Callum, director of the Lawyer's
Club, Miss Lois B. Failyer, assistant
director of Mosher-Jordan Halls, and
Miss Alta R, Atkinson, manager of
the League.
Miss Margaret Ruth Smith will en-
tertain as her week-end guest, Miss
Helen Hosp of the Kingswood School
for Girls at Bloomfield Hills.

A fashion show will be given under
the direction of Jacobson's dress shop
as a part of the entertainment of-
ered at the League tea to be held
from 4 to 6 p. m. Friday in the main
ballroom of the League. The five
campus women who have been
chosen to model the gowns are Eloise
Nichol, '35, Ann Osborne, '35, Janet
Gay, Mary Helen Winchester, '34,
and Harriet Heath. The models will
parade from 4 to 4:30 displaying
gowns appropriate for all occasions.
There will also be dancing to the
music of Bill Marshall's orchestra.
All women on campus are invited,
to attend the event.

Today, Tomorrow
and Saturday . .
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Hudson Seal ..... $125.00
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Northern Seal 49.00
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wish to exchange your old pen,
FOUNTAIN PEN DESK SET BASES of Marble, Onyx,
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