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December 03, 1932 - Image 5

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League To Hold!
For First Time
Varied Entertainments To
Be Featured At Le ie
Open House, Dec. 15
Dec. 15 is to be the date for the
first League Housewarming accord-
ing to Josephine McCausey, '34,
chairman of arrangements for the
event. The League is to be open to
both men and women from 7 to 10:30
p. m. This will be the first time in
the history of the League that men
have been permitted to inspect the
entire building. Campus women will
act as guides to conduct the visitors
on a tour of inspection which will
include the first, second, and third
A number of different types of en-
tertainment will be offered. On the
second floor opportunity will be of-
fered for games of billiards and ping-
pong which will be free to both men
and women. In the game room on the
second floor pingypong may also be"
played in addition to bridge and
other games.
At 8 p. m. in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre a show will be given
which will consist of a skit to be
presented by some of the campus
women. The Cabaret entertainers
will also present their dances as a
part of the program. At 9:15 a second
performance will be given. The show
will also be free to both men and
T-he soda bar in the Grill will be
open from 8 to 10 and refreshments
will be served at half price and no
cover charge will be made. There
will be free dancing in the Grill with
Al Cowan's orchestra furnishing the

200 Women Attend Tea
In League Yesterday
Approximately 200 women attend-
ed the third in a series of League
teas which was held yesterday af-
ternoon, Ruth Robins, '34, announced.
The entertainment offered wvas in the
form of a Fashion Sho: which was
presented by Jacobson's dress shop.
The models displaying the gowns
were Eloise Nichol, '35; Janet Gay,
MaryhHelen Winchester, '34; Harriet
Hf eath, and Nlary O'Brien, '35.

W.A.A. To Hold Skating
Party At Coliseum Today
A skating party sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association, will be
held today at the Coliseum, Glendora
Gosling, '33, chairman of W. A. A.
outdoor activities has annIouncd.
All women are invited to attend,
and may meet either at Palmer Field
House at 2:30 or at the Coliseum at
3 p. m. Identification cards must be

Fur-Trimmed S
Are OutstandintA
Saiiis played anA important part
at the Sophomore Prom last night
with the rough surfaced crepes com-
ing in second and fewer velvets than
have been seen before. Fur and se-
quins were the most prominent trim-
mings, while pastel shades, especially
blue and pink, were worn more.
Catherine McHenry, '35, led the
ball with Louis erns, '35. Miss Mc-
Henry was attired in pink rough
satin. Two tiers of ruffles of the
same material around the armholes
gave a broad-shouldered effect.
Marie Murphy, '35, committee
rinember, was escorted by William
Mc _oy, '34. Miss Murphy wore a
pale blue crepe gown whose smart-
ness lay in its simplicity of line and
intricacy of cut.
Catherine Moule, '35, committee
member, was escorted by Winthrop
Spence of Detroit. Miss Moule's gown
was of black lace the skirt being
of lace and chiffon and tightly pleat-
ed to mold the figure. Her accessor-
ies were of coral.
The following were guests of com-
,mitteemen Florence Harper, '36, at-
tended with Philip Singleton. Miss
Harper wore a pink crepe gown that
featured a short cape bordered with
white fur. Emma Jane Ross, '35, es-
corted by Donald Bird, was gowned
in nile green lace that flared below
the knees. Crystal jewelry and silver
slippers were her accessories. Jose-
phine Day, '36, was the guest of Sam
Tramontana. Miss Day wore a simple
black velvet with rhinestone straps.
Elizabeth Allen, '36, was escorted
Freshlman Honor Society
old Opening Meeting
Vera New'brough, '35, presided tt
the first business meeting of the ye r
of Alnhq ha Lamhrd- D lt~ frnhas

itins And Crepes House Parties,
AtShPr Formal Dances
Held At Houses
by Charles 13. Greening. Miss Allen
wore white crepe that had a small
cape fastened on by rhinestone but- Beta Entertains Guests
tons. Her accessories were of green.
Mary Swienton, '36, who attendedarTimes Party
with Ralph Tracy wore gold crepe '29 Alumni Are Hosts
trimmed with sequins having a cowl
effect of three folds under the Entertaining with a formal dance
shoulder. last night, Acacia had as guests the
Dorothy Schwarze, '36, was the following: Betty Wilde, Ann Arbor,
guest of Carl Hilty. Miss Schwarze feneie:eK sY siltA Mar
wore a white satin gown that was Genevieve Kriesel, Ypsilanti, Mar-
trimmed with brown fur around the garet Wheeler, Detroit, Ruth Mather,
deeply cut armholes and featured a Grand Rapids, Grace Wolfe, St.
slit back. Marjorie Oostdyk, '35, was Claire, Evelyn Read, Detroit, Mar-.
escorted by A. Colton Park. Her
gown was of black uncut velvet hav- garet Kirk, Louisville, Lillian Park,'
ing a cowl line in back. Detroit, Veroda Butzer, Ann Arbor,j
Harriet Wolfe, '36, attended with and Helen Hasness, Jackson. Amongj
Horace Hess. Miss Wolfe wore white campus women attending were: Doro-
satin that was trimmed with wide thy Norris, '33; Dorothy McLaren,
ruffles around the armholes. Lor- '36; Betty Scott, '35; Dorothy Roth,
raine De Walle of Bay City, the guest '36; Constance Beery, '33; and Mar-
of Robert Thorne, wore black chiffon ian Wuerthn B'35.
velvet with a yoke of Beaded beige B TETA '5
chiffon. BETA THETA P11
The alumni class of '29 gave a.
hard times -party for the members
of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity last
eF sionight. Thirty-five couples did justice
to the bread line menu of Irish stew,
Notes Featured Italian macaroni, and pumpkin pie.
The colorful costumes added a real-
istic effect duplicated only in the
At League lea ,sihuh themselves.
Phi Kappa gave a formal dance
Models Display Gowns l Friday night. Among the guests en-
Suitable For The Entire tertained by the fraternity were the
following: Loretta Lane, Detroit,
Wardrobe Of Any WCo-EdWilliam Lane, Jr.; Jeanne Andrews,
Three Rivers; Michael Mohardt, De-
The Fashion Show given by the troit; Martin Gogie and B. J. Sloane
Jacobson Shop in connection with the of Windsor, Canada; Jack McCarthy,
League tea yesterday afternoon fe. i Giand Rapids; Jerry Harrington,
tured what the ip-to-date (o-ed will ClauI Trotter, ap Wiliam MurpyNv
wear from morning to after sund(Iown. also f T oio.
Everythig 1rom tip to toe, including SIGMA PHI
make-tp, was from Jacobson's own Sigma Phi is entertaining the fol-
line. lowing guests this week-end at a
Lounging pajamas and negligees of houseparty: Jeanne Voorhies, '34;
all types were shown first. One col- Ernestine Richter, '36; Margaret
orful pajama had wide black velvet Cowie, '36; Mary Bursley, '36; Ruth
tro users with a crepe chartreuse top Soule, '34; Barbara Sutherland, '35;
and a wide sash of burnt orange. For Virginia Chapman, '35; Sarah Sher-
those who prefer negligees, a pale wood, '33; and Helen Farley, '36. Out
blue satin one with a peach sash was of town guests include Phyllis Sar-
attractive. A good practical robe jeant, Grand Rapids, Valeri Smith,
that looked warm was of black velve- Detroit, Mary Neal, Ann Arbor, Vir-
tlen piped with gold, and was effec- ginia Treen, Pontiac, Jane Peabody,
Groose Point, Elizabeth Hodges,
tive with the bright green pajamas Groose Point, M a eoe Hoit,
wornwithit.Groo.;e Point, Madge' Bowles, Detroit,
worn with it;.
Ann Dr edricks, Grand Rapids-, Betty
For those who ski two clever cos- Anne Grand Rapids, By
tumes were offered. One was of all Sonke, Grand Rapids, Florence Odell,
white suede with gabardine trousers idEgenie Parhartt, both of Grosse
and a little helmet of the same ma-
terial. The other one of all green At the Sigma Phi fraternity house
wool, was two-piece with a zipper the second formal dance of the year1
front. was held last might. Among the+
hhe tw-pieceit uts wreguests from out-of-town were Rita
e o e itasey of Cleveland; Marion Bal-
shown as ideal for campus wear be-sr of Ravenna, and Evlyn Whyte
cause of their vert~~~atility of Isto aenad vy ht

jabin Shu, Noted
lhinese Alumnus,
Revisits Campus
Jabin Shu, '15, an alumnus who
at present holds a responsible posi-
tion with the Chinese government,
will come to Ann Arbor this morn-
ing to visit parts of the university
that have originated since his stu-
dent days.
Mr. Shu was one of the few Orien-
tals ever to work on the staff of the
Daily during his days in the univer-
sity and followed the profession for
some time after graduation on differ-
ent newspapers in Shanghai.
He is now attached to the Chinese
Ministry of Commerce and is touring
the United States with an industrial
commission as confidential secretary
to its head. Just now the group is in
Detroit making a study of industrial
methods as practiced in the Ford
While in Ann Arbor Mr. Shu will
be the guest of T. Hawley Tapping,
general secretary of the Alumni As-
sociation. His rising career in Chin-
ese national life has already been
acclaimed in the Who's Who depart-
ment of the Michigan Alumnus.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Majestic "Air
Mail," Michigan, "Rackety Rax,"
Lydia Mendelssohn, "Ten Days
That Shook the World," perform-
ance at 8:15 p. m.
Mixers: Skating party for all
women students, 2:30' p. in., Wom-
en's Athletic Bluilding. Identifica-
tion cards necessary. Mixer for
atholic students and friends,. 3 to
U .m. nion Balh'oom.
!1 ibthons: Wxor'ks o~f' six eon-
t~ .ipur:ary aiinhA-, WIestai. llery,
j flunmi Mtm'zorin HaLqlj. morning
and a[ternoon.
Dances: League, informal dance,
9 p. i.; informal dance, Union, 9
p. m.; Sigma Phi, formal dance,
invitational; Alpha Omega, infor-
mal dance, closed; Alpha Kappa
Kappa, informal dance, closed.
and Harriet Doerk from Northwest-
The women on campus who attend-
ed as guests of the members were
Jean Deer, '36, Mary Robinson, '36,
Billie Griffeths, '35, Ileene Peters, '34,
Alice Hammond, '36, Jean Shaw, '36,
Virginia Roberts, '35, Madelyn Coe,
'36, Mary Lou Hanel, '36, Virginia
Ludt, '34, Caroline Hankey, '34, Louise
Hincz, '33, Irene McCausey, '36, Jose-
phine McCausey, '34, Marion Saun-
ders, '36, and Cora Shoecraft, '35.
Others present were Jane Darling,
Jane Whitney, Mary Kunkle and
Martha Watson, all of Ann Arbor.

Gowns Made for All Occasions
Remodeling a specialty Reduced prices for all work
Maker of GwAs 506 E. Liberty Phone 3463
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u1a eIJR 11at"i, iresnman I
In the main ballroom of the League honorary society, held Thursday
a specialty dance is to be given by afternoon in the Leag-ne. A letter
Nilsa Saliva,, '33, and Gustavo Saliva, from the grand president, Miss Marie
'35. Lenord, concerning the admission of
Late permission will be granted new chapters to the sorority was
until 11:00 for those women attend- read.
ing the Housewarming, Miss Mc- Those colleges interested are Mount
Causey said. Holyoke, Northwestern University,
Miss McCausey's committee con- Agnes Scott, Duke University, Oregon
Mists of Ruth Robinson, 34, Jane State, and the University of Wyom-
Fauver'34i and Eleanor Blum, '35 ing. At present there are nineteen
chapters throughout the country.
The members voted on the accept-
Miss Zilphia Howell, 91, has ance of Texas State College's petition
picked 1,100 pounds of cotton this for admittance and on amendments
season. She lives near Goldsboro, to the constitution which were ad-
N. C. vised by the grand council.



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Be in a CLASS by Yourself I

y11uo appear-
ance with different hats and gloves.
One in dark green was shown in a
heavy tweed with a three-quarter
length coat. The untrimmed neck-
line fastened high on the, shoulder,
and wide cuffs of beaver decorated
the sleeves. A burgundy colored
three-ouarter length suit had a large
racoon collar.
Afternoon dresses both formal and
informal were shown next. One of
the more dressy type was of black
crepe embroidered in tiny steel orna-
ments. A brown crepe with a print
top, that should be seen to be appre-
ciated, was typical of the "practical"
afternoon dress.
An unusual Sunday night dress
was of purple crepe trimmed with.
gray chinchilla cloth. A clever gray.
hat worn with it emphasized the
down in the front and up in the back
movement of the new millinery.

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You can come in at any hour of the
day - from 8:30 to 5:30-and
Mrs. Sheehan will show you all the
tricks with no charge at all. It's as
easy as rolling off a log, and much
more fun. And do you know -
you'll just have time to make a rug
for Christmas!


We Have LOADS of BRASS j


Here's one time when you can give
the most treasured of gifts without
draining the family bank account, and
our terms of payment make it easier
than ever to buy.

It's Chinese
It's Cheap
it's Charming



Ash Tray Sets
Pipe Rests

Cigarette aoxes


A pointed or red. fox, a_
sable-dyed kolinsky make
gifts to be cherished.
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Broadtail, R a c c o o n,
Hudson Seal and Car-
acult in a group at...
Group 2
Sealine, Muskrat,


It shines with a dull glow. There are great heavy
bowls or little dainty card salvers, cigarette boxes
with mosaic covers, or nests of tiny rounid ash
trays, big trays or little dinner bells - and others


Smartly dressed women will
find models revealin the


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