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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sororities Will

Guest At Oarsmen's Ball

Nautical Theme

One-Act Play

Send Exchanget
Guests Tonight
Upperclass Women To Be
Entertained For DinnerI
By Sorority Memnhers
Sororities will hold exchange din-
ners tonight, each house sending its
members of the junior class to some
other house, and entertaining the
seniors from the opposite sorority, ¢
and vice-versa.
ALPHA CHI OMEGAz
Alpha Chi Omega will hold an ex-y
change dinner tonight with Alpha
Xi Delta. Their juniors will be the
guests of Alpha Xi Delta, whose
seniors will be the guests of Alpha
Chi Omega.
Mrs. Paul G. Krauss of Detroit will Students T oAttend
be a guest of the house this week.
ALPHA DELTA, PI Annual Boat Club
Alpha Delta Pi will hold an ex- Ba" A4 BeI I
change dinner with Phi Sigma Sigma ]Ball Belle.iIse
tonight. f
A benefit bridge was given Satur- Ruth Campbell, '34, a member of
day night by the Mothers Club at Pi Beta Phi, is one of the many stu-
the sorority. Seventy-five guests were dents who are journeying to, Detroit
present. to attend the annual Oarsmen's Ball
ALPHA EPSILON PHI which will be held this Friday at the
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold an ex- Detroit Boat Club on Belle Isle. The
change dinner tonight with Kappa function will celebrate a year f vic-
Delta. torious competition in which the club
Sally Gershon of Detroit was the again received the coveted Harbor
week-end guest of Miriam Carver, Trophy.
'33, and Charlotte Feldman of Petos- The committee in charge of the
key, was the guest of Beverly Stark. arrangements for the affair includes:;
ALPHA OMICRON PI Norman Cameron, general chairman;
Junior and senior members of Charles Wheeler, Henry Grinnell,
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will be en- Harry Grinnell, Howard Wilson, Jud-
tertained at an exchange dinner at son Ross, Edward Gregory, Curtis
the Alpha Omicron Pi house. Mower, James Meyers and Nathan
lin Makson of St. Paul, Minn., is to Goodman.
be entertained at the chapter house l

To e Used In To Be Feature

Soph Cabaret
Patrons' And Patronesses'
Names Are Announced
By Sutherland
Barbara Sutherland, assistant
chairman of the Sophomore Cabaret
yesterday made the announcements
concerning the patrons and patron-
esses for the Cabaret, to be held Dec.
9 and 10, both afternoon and evening.
Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cow-
den will be guests of the Sophomore
women.
Friday night Dean and Mrs. W. R.
Humphreys, Dean and Mrs. J. Bur-C
sley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mitchell,
and Dean Alice Lloyd, will attend.
Mrs. T. L. Purdom and Miss Alta
Atkinson are to be the patronesses
Saturday afternoon and Saturday
night Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Jean-
nette Perry, Miss Ellen Stevenson,
Dean and Mrs. Philip Bursley, Dean
W. B. Rea and Dr. Margaret Bell will
be present.
The decoration committee, headedl
by Mary Sabin, began this week-end'
putting into execution their plans for
converting thehuge League ballroom
into a veritable seaworthy ship. Ne-
gotiations were made with Mr. Henry
Smith of a yachting supply store in
Detroit to provide all the trappings
necessary for decoration.
The committee secured four ship
lanterns, eight life preservers, a fog
horn, pennants, an anchor, ship's
funnels, and port holes. This para-
phernalia, together with the gang-
plank, ship's bar, and pilot house
which the Sophomore women are
making will amply provide a salty
atmosphere for the dancers and on-i
lookers.

Of Open-House
A one-act play will be one of the
featured attractions of the League
Open-House to be held on Dec. 17,
the night before vacation begins.
Through the courtesy of Valentine B.
Windt the League will be able to pre-
sent a play in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre on the evening of the open-
house absolutely free, Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League
said today.
Members of the League board will
conduct a tour of the building
through every part of the building
including in the tour even the kit-
chen. All facilities in the building
will be free to both men and women
with the exception of refreshments.
A specialty dance number, numbers
from the sophomore cabaret, and
skits will be part of the program.
Josephine McCausey, '34, general
chairman, today announced additions
to the committees who will assist her
in arranging the affair. The commit-
tees are: dance, Virginia Roberts,
'35, Josephine Woodhams, '34, Jane
Fecheimer, '33; theatre, Billie Grif-
fiths, '35, chairman, Virginia Denne,
'35; publicity, Eleanor Blum, '35,
chairman, Mary Lou Cummings, '35,
Phyllis Stuart, '36; patrons and pat-
ronesses, Jane Fauver, '34.
Women will be given late permis-
sion until 11 p. m. on the evening of
the open-house. Both men and'
women are invited.
Where ToGo
M o t i o n Pictures: . Michigan,'
"Call HerSavage"; Majestic, "The
Painted Woman."
lays: "Beggar on Horseback," '
Laboratory Theatre, 8:30 p. m.
Lectures: Maurice Sugar, "The7
Truth About Soviet Russia," Na-
tural Science Auditorium, 8 p. m.;
Prof. A. Stouter of University of
Aberdeen, Scotland, on "A Sports-
man Bishop of the Olden Time"
Natural Science Auditorium, 4:15
p.mi.
Concerts: Organ Recital, by'
Kenneth Osborne, Hill Auditorium,
4:15 p. mn.'
Functions: Open House, Lanec
Hall, 4 to 6 p. m.

Tap And Ballet
Daneing To Be
Taught Weekly
Two Instructors To Hold
Casses At League For
Chi1 ren And Students
A series of weekly dancing classes
will open Saturday, Dec. 10, in the
League building, under the direction
of Bess Leonard and Florence School-
field Young, as a special opportunity
for children of faculty members and
Ann Arbor residents, as well as Uni-

Tea To Precede
Gene ral Meeting
Of Swiimuing Club
A tea will be held by the Women's
Athletic Association swimming club,
at 4 p. in., Thursday, in Palmer Field
House, Virginia Cluff, '35, chairman
of the group has announced.
Members of the club are expected
to attend, and all' other women who
are interested in swimming are wel-
come. A business meeting will be
held afterward for the purpose of
discussing a swimming program to
be planned for the year, and for the
election of a club secretary, a chair-
man of stroke, and one for diving..

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versity students.
The classes will include instruc-
tion in tap, ballet, and ballroon
dancing. The courses to be given are:
baby classes, for children under six
years of age, and beginning and ad-
vanced classes in ballet and tap. The
children's ballroom classes will be
held at 4 p. m.; beginning ballroon
at 7:30 p. m.; advanced ballroom at
8:30; and the Cotillion Club at 9:30
Lessons in the latter will be 50c
apiece, other class instruction will be
75c per lesson. For private instruc-
tion of any kind, the fee will be $1.50
for each lesson.
On Saturday, the date of enroll-
ment, anyone interested is invited to
attend as guests.
According to Miss Alice Lloyd;
dean of women, there are no other
dancing classes for the younger gen-
eration in Ann Arbor. Miss Lloyd
feels that the series' of classes wil
be successful, and that is a splendid
chance for young and old alike to re-
ceive this instruction.
Both Mrs. Leonard and Miss Young
have been graduated from the finest
dancing schools in New York City.
Miss Young has conducted classes at
Miss Liggett's school, Miss Newman's
school, the Punch and Judy Theatre,
Ingleside club and the Women's City
Club in Detroit; and was instructor
in dancing at National Park Semi-
nary in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Leonard has had charge of
dancing instruction on Grosse Ile,
and in Northville, Mich. She has re-
ceived an M. A. degree in Music, and
during the past season, personally di-
rected her camp for girls at Pointe
Aux Barques.

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Women To Receive
T ap Instructi*ons
Every Wednesday.
Classes are being held at 4 p. m.
every Wednesday to instruct women
in tap dancing. An advanced group
under the direction of Miss Harriette"
V. Peaseley meets at Barbour Gym-
nasium. The beginners' class, tsught
by Miss Marie D. Hartwig, is held at
the Women's Athletic Building. It
is planned to form the classes into
a club, Only one meeting has been I
held so far, and the classes are still
open to anyone who is interested.

Luncheon Club Meeiing
Held At League Tuesd
Faculty members who were prese
at the graduate luncheon club me
ing this noon were Prof. Sami
Moore of theCEnglish departme
,Prof. Herbert C. Sadler, dean of t
engineering college, Prof. Leonard
Watkins of the economics depa
ment, and Prof. Arthur E. Boak,
the history department. The lunc
eon was held as usual at 12:15 in t
Russian tea room of the League.

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the latter part of this week. Friday
night a dinner is to be given in her
honor at which the Ann Arbor alum-
nae will be guests.
The annual founders day luncheon
will take place Saturday and both
Detroit and Ann Arbor alumnae will
be present.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta held an open
tea for friends yestercaay afternoon.
Mrs. Ella B. Anderson poured. Yel-

TYPING

Foster' s
Christmas
Gifts'

SHORTHAND
BOOKKEEPING
Day and Evening Classes
Starting Now

low chrysanthemums and blue tapers
were the decorations used.
CHI OMEGA
Theta Phi Alpha seniors are being
entertained tonight at the Chi Omega
house; Chi Omega juniors go to
Theta Phi Alpha.G A
'KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma will initiate
seven women tonight. The formal
initiation will take place at 5:008and
be followed by a banquet at 8:00.
Decorations at the banquet will in-
clude whitentapers, white roses and
blue delphiniums.
Women initiated will be Marjorie
Beck, '34, of Boston; Betty Spray, '35,
of Canton, O.; Vida-Patten, '35SM, of
Chickasha, Okla.; Hariette White,
'34, of Jonesville; Catherine Mc-
Henry,''34, of South Bend, Id.; Mar-
garet LeMire, '35, of Iron Mountain,
and Nolda McCamly, '34, of Battle
Creek.
Town alumni will be invited to the
banquet and Dr. Margaret Bell and
Mrs. W. Walz will be guest speakers.
P1 BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi will entertain the
juniors of Delta Delta Delta, and the
Delta Delta Delta sorority will be
hostess to the seniors from Pi Beta I
Phi.
SIGMA KAPPA
At their exchange dinner, Sigma
Kappa will entertain the Alpha
Gamma Delta seniors, and the Sigma
Kappa juniors will go to the Alpha
Gamma Delta house.

Special Dance to Honor
All Of Graduate Students
A special dance for graduate men
and women students is being spon-
sored by the Dean of Women's office.
It will take place from 9 p. m. to
midnight Saturday in. the Women's
Athletic building. A charge of twen-
ty-five cents per person to cover ex-
enses will be made..

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