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December 06, 1932 - Image 5

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Biidge Games
To Be Featured
19y 'Fn_ Alley'
Undergraduate Body To
Entertain S t u de nt In
League This Week-End
A series of bridge tournaments will
feature the entertainment to be of-
fered by "Fun Alley" which is to be
held in conjunction with the Soph-
omore Cabaret Friday and Saturday
in the League.
New contests will be started every
half hour and winners will be given
appropriate prizes, according to Mar-
jorie Oostdyk, '35, general co-chair-
At another booth Miss Jessie Wil-
bur of Port Huron, who has been
featured at Slater's during the past
week, will cut silhouettes. Further
entertainment will consist of such
games as bean-bag baseball, indoor
archery, indoor quoits, board and
hoops, pea-shooting, and shufle
board. A fortune teller will also be
In addition to the other games
billiards and ping-pong will be played
in the games rooms and an addi-
tihal six tabls of amusements are
to be arranged.
"Fun Alley" will be open from 3:30
until 5:30 p. in. on Friday and Sat-
urday afternoons, from 9 p. in. until
1 a. m. on Friday night, and fom
8 p. n. until 12 m. on Saturday night.
itiations, Dinners
T AeI i a
Typify Activitie s
At Chapter Houses
Formal initiation was held Satur-
day night for the following pledges
at the Alpha Phi house: Jane Bas-
sett, '35; June Biggers, '35, Mildred
Bosmna, '35; Jean Delamarter, '35;
Harriet Earle, '35; Katherine Schmel-
zer, '33; Marie Stoetzer, '33; Martha
Vincent, '34; Bernice Wetherald, '35;
Jane Whiting, '35; Ann Wilson, '34;
and Helen Woodward, '35. After the
ceremony old and new members and
A. A. alumnae attended a formal din-
ner at which the decorations were
carried out in bordeaux and silver.
Katherine Turne, '32, of Battle
Creek and Mary Loomis, '32, of Jack-
son are spending a few days at the
Guests entertained for dinner at
the Alpha Xi Delta house Sunday
were: Eudora Frazee, '36; Thelma
Solus, '35, Elsa Wiegend, '34, and Mr.
and Mrs. Denne of Detroit.
Thursday night Dec. 8 is the date
set for the formal faculty reception
at the Chi Omega sorority house.
Kappa Alpha Theta will be host-
esses to Collegiate Sorosis senior at
an exchange dinner to be held to-
morrow night. Pink roses and tapers
in the same shade will be used on
the tables.
Alumnae members of Gamma Phi
Beta who reside in Ann Arbor were
entertained at an informal supper
party Friday night at the home of
Mr;. Eward L. Adamis, 1850 Wash-
tenaw Avenue. Mrs. Earl Wolaver as-
sisted Mrs. Adams. Miss Marian
White and Miss Dephine Johnson of
Detroit were guests at dinner Mon-

Lounging Pajamas

First Performance
Of 'Beggar' Draws
Large Attendance
Many campus celebrities thronged
the Laboratory theatre last night for
the opening of Play Production's
presentation of "Beggar On horse-
back" by Kaufman and Connelley.
9oth prominent faculty members andj
students well known about campus

Striking Gowns
Seen At Sigma
Satin And Velvet Cut On
Slim Stately Lines Are
Popular For Dancing

Mosher Hall Holds
Dinner For Many
Faculty Member s
Mosher Hall seniors entertained
various members of the faculty at
a dinner which lasted from six to
eight last Sunday evening. The tables
held chrysanthemums in fall shades
and tapers.
Guests entertained included Mrs.

Lingerie and Hosiery
Shop Opened At League
Beginning a new project, the
League officially opened a hosiery
and lingerie shop Monday at 9:00
a. i. in the old League bake shop.
Betty Aigler, '35, is in charge of the
The shop will be open every day
from 9 a. m. until p. m. and it
will be stocked by Mack and Co. with
hosiery, lingerie and cosmetics. Hos-
iery prices range from 85 cents to
$1.35; lingerie and cosmetic prices
are equally moderate.
Fifteen per cent of the proceeds
from the project will go toward the
League Undergraduate fund. Women
who are assisting Miss Aigler receive
4^n.i,',,it + i £nt for T eve houir

be held at 2:30 p. m. today in the
ballroom of the League. His topic
will be "Forces in Character Educa-
tion." Dr. McKenney has studied this
subject for several years,
Richard J. Mann, violinist, will
play a group of numbers.

were seen in the vaudience. VBeryl u.1.f.'"Bacher, assistant dean of j Uspent iVLhe shopa week. L y li*~ve
Presidentin Alexandece G. thvsPractically everybody appeared at Iwomen, Professor and Mrs. Carl J. spent in the shop a week.
President Alexander G. Ruthven the Sigma Phi house at some time or Coe, Professor and Mrs. Verner W.
and iMrs. Ruthven were in the audi- ; other Saturday night and we had a Crane, Professor and Mrs. Arthur L. MCKENNEY TO SPEAK
ence. Others present were: Prof. busy time keeping track of all the Cross, Professor and Mrs. Fred S. Dr. Charles McKenney, president
Henry Sanders of the Latin depart- good looking formals that we wqnted Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. of the Michigan State Normal college
o mention. Good, Doctor Dorothy Hard, Mr. will be guest speaker at the meeting
ment and Mrs. Sanders; Prof. Henry We got barely a glimpse of Evelyn Abraham Merman, Dean and Mrs. of the Ann Arbor Woman's Club to
Moser of the speech department; Nielson, '33, president of Panhellenic, Wilbur Humphreys, Professor and _ _--
Prof. Carl Brandt, also of the speech before she whirled by but it was Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski, Dr. Martha
department, Prof. E. A. Stalker head enough to determine that she had Koehne, Miss Della McCallum, Pro-
of the aeronautical engineering de- on a pale blue velvet gown, that de- fessor and Mrs. Howard Y. McClusky,
partmnent; Mr. George A. Lamb of pended on the intricacy of the cut Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H. Maurer, Pro-
the economics department and Mrs. and line for its smart simplicity. fessor and Mrs. Bruno Meineche, Mrs.
Lamb- who were the guests of Mr. Mary Phillips, '33, the feminine Geraldine Notley, Professor and Mrs. Tickets and
Thomas Henderson Miley and Mr. lead of last years Junior Girls Play, M. S. Pargment, Mrs. Albert Reeves,
Leo Friend of New York university; passed by looking very stately in a Professor and Mrs. M. H. Soule, Mr. To All Points
Prof. Ewrl L. Griggs of the English white shark-skin satin with a red i and Mrs. H. H. Tenney, Professor and
department; Prof. E Ale W. Dowe of belt that was caught by two brilliants Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, and Mr. Jacob
Sal of the Univry erty Hih Scol in front. The high straight neckline Von Tuinen. CAMUR
Salamna of the University High School adtedae odcgv taTRAVEL BUREAU
and the draped bodice, gave it a
faculty; ieln Cheeer of the League grecian appearance. crepe dress with narrow straps was
staff; and Mrs. H. E. Vogel, promin- Cire satin was very prominent both made very effective by a pale green Chubb's - 12-7 P. M.
ent local club woman, and Mrs. Bruce trimmings and for entire dressesorgandy bow at the shoulder.
Buchanon who is in charge of onenforemigswndofoxlaentirdessz--
of the student socialist co-operative w trimed th a b rat 1
houses. Was trinediwitha black ir_ sati
__ru/!Le that encirce_.t___rmles 1 1' ... .L. .'II


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(Associated Press Photo)
Ldfng bloused lotnging pajamas
suitable for informal entertainig at
hitme are shown above. These hostess
~ajdanas have a chiartreuse greeni top
and white satin trousers.
Where To G
Motioh Pietures: M i c h i ga in,
"Call Her Savage;" Majestic, "Air
Plays: Mimes Theatre, "Beggar
on Horseback," performance 8:30
p. M.
Athletic Events: Hockey, Mich-
igan vs. Chatham, Coliseum, 8:00
p. in. Finals of Interfraternity
Speedball, Theta Xi vs. Alpha
Kappa Lambda, Ferry Field, 4:30
p. M.

ruffle that encircled the armholes.
Eminent students at the perfor- While one dress of brown cire satin
miance included Miss Prudence Fos- was distinguished by an impudent
ter and Frank Gilbreth, managing little bow at the high neckline, and
editor of The Daily, and Jaines featured- cap sleeves and a slit back.
Cristy, who was Michigan's entrant Another gown of dark red velvet was
in the swimminig contests of the trimmed with cire satin of the sameI
recent Olympic Games. shade, a wide ruffle of it encircling
the armholes, and two ruffles of it
In the fiscal year 1932 the' depart- around the bottom gave the skirt a
menit of agrieulture inspected and smart "gay nineties flare."
3ertified 28,408 cars of produce at A dress of hyacinth blue crepe had
shippiingpoints and exam~ined 53,241 ono strap made of a row of darker
jars at terminal markets. blue velvet flowers, and a plain black
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300 St. Mate St.
Phone 2-2813

Meandering around in Jacob-
son's, E. Liberty, I saw some things
that every girl; co-ed or no co-ed,
should take into consideration.
First a Bronzine green coat with

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spend at least one of them gazing
with avid eyes at the sparkling
display in the ArcadC Jewelry
Shop. When you see something
like that darling mid-victorian set
of onyx and yellow gold with a
cute little necklace that fits close-
ly around the throat, you realize
that your best boy-friend will
probably give you another per-
fectly useless thing for Xmas, it's
disheartening to say the least. The
nice thing is only six dollars and
there's a close-fitting rhinestone
necklace with an extra long drop
that would look lilie the crown
jewels themselves on black velvet.
It's all for four-fifty. A Iovely set
that you can't decide is 1898 or
1933 has drop onxy earrings that
are inlaid and shaped like a tear,
and a tight little necklace with an
onyx drop. It's swell- for seven
dollars, although you can get sets
all the way from a dollar up. One
of the nicest and~the most sensible
cigarette holders shen so far is
only 75c. They come in all colors
of enamel with a gold or silver tip.
Now's no time for me to discover
the existence of Mr. Bartlett at
the Blueibird Beauty, Shop in the
Arcade when he's been wowing
the campus for months with an
entiirely new method of cutting
hair. ITt's called a personality cut,
but i e diffE-rs fronti many others of
the same name in that it's your
personality. If your face is too fat
he will make it look thin, if it's
too round it will seem oval, andj
all the while he's studying your'
type. It's like a cross between hav-
ihg your fortune told and Cin-
derella. The shampoos and finger
waves are really expert.
"For what is the good of a book
without pictures?" asked Alice.I
And she was perfectly right. There
never was a book that could de-
light more grown-ups or children
that "Pinocchio," and Slater's
Book Store on State has the most
beautiful real Italian edition of
it, with the most charming illus-

cape with

big putfed sleeves of
mole that is carried
around the back and a
scarf of it ties around
the throat. Smart and
regardless of the mole
not at all expensive. A
nice slithery dress of
gold crepe with a heavy
metalic top turns out
to be a dinner dress
when a tricky little
a gold collar is worn.







All for $16:75. Then a Bachara
cloth (sheered velvet) evening
gown with a touch of white ermn-
ine and the kind of sleeves and
brick that even in this day of said
sleeves and back, are different.
Also a honey of a Sunday night
dress, gray with brown velvet
sleeves, turns out to be only $10.75.
Imagine cutting out a picture of
a knlock-out hat or a stunning
dress from Vogue or somiewheres
and being able to take it to a place
where you can casually announce
that you'd like it made up in black
t satin or gold lace-and have it
done. Or maybe your favorite
movie actress wears a smart hat
or dress you'd love to have, just
jot down a few notes, take them
to the Petite Shop on State and-
presto-it's yours. Also old dresses
and hats can be so rejuvenated
that you'll be ritzing all your
friends in them.
If you've been -wondering how
you are ever going to stretch the
allowance so that you can give
gifts that you'd like to get your-
self-and still eat, wander a little
around Quarry's Drug Store, cor-
ner of State and N. U. and you'll
be surprised. For your roommate
for instance, who spends most her
time at her dresser, a nice rhag-
nifying make-up mirror that has
a handle that unscrews and re-
veals tweezers, would be nice.
That's only a $1.25. And if at the
end of the day you look anything
like I do the coquette tissue pouch
that contains both powder puff
and tissues to clean up before re-

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Who Is That Gal?
Where Is That Gal?
League House?

Who Is That 'Freshie?'
Where Does He Live?
Eating Club?
Phone No. ????
Is That Instructor

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