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December 08, 1932 - Image 5

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Ship Of Soph
Cabaret Will
Sail Tomorrow
Officers And Crew Number
150; Entertainment Is
Object Of Cruise
Sailing at 3:30 p. m. Friday from
the pier of the Michigan League, the
ship of the Sophomore Cabaret will
embark for a two-day cruise. With
a crew of nearly 150 officers, enter-
tainers, stewards, pursers, and ship-
hostesses, the trip should be an as-
sured success.
Entertainment is to be the main
object of this jaunt and the passen-
gers will be present at a continuous
Cabaret style show. The deck, while
mainly devoted to dancing, will have
a refreshment bar, tended by expert
stewards, and there will be tables
around the edges of the floor. The
passengers will dance to the strains
of Milke Falk's orchestra.
During the cruise all dancih will
stop at 4:30 in the afternoon, at 9:00
and again at 12:00 while a half hour
of entertainment Will be given. The
Gob tap is to be featured with nattily
dressed sailors participating. The
Devil and the Deep chorus are to beu
flashily dressed in rel and blue as
devils and everything. The Waltz
group will appeal to lovers of quieter
entertainment. The waiters and
waitresses cannot help but appeal to
the hungry (sea-sickness being an
unknown quantity on this ship), and
the two-piano number is to be a
marvel of syncopated melody, en-
hanced by the singing of Billy Grif-
fiths, who will croon the tunes "How
Deep Is the Ocean" and "Ah, But
I've Learned."
Sailing rates are at a mninimiun
price being $.25 a person to cross the
gangplank. After that it's a nickel
a dance. Sophomore women spon-
soring this cruise are anxious for a
large passenger, list.

Spl-ng I IlaMotif

Musie Sorority Sor or ity Parties
Gives Pro'rarn Continue Through
At[Local linine
The rush and confusion of the pre-
-vacation period has not hindered so-
Mrs. Patterson Hostess; iorities from entertaining extensively
for their members.
Mem,1bers, PatrofessesDELTA DELTA DELTA
Are Among Guests A luncheon was held Saturday
afternoon at Delta Delta Delta mark-
Sigma Alpha Iota, national hon- ing the observance of Founders day.
orary musical sorority held a music- More than 70 guests were present.
ale Tuesday night at the home of Among those present were Mrs. Amy
Mrs. George W. Patterson, at 2101 Parmalee of Evanston, editor of the
hill St. Mrs. William McLaughlin Trident, the national publication of
and Mrs. Henry Hutchins assisted the sorority, Miss Pauline Champlin,
Mrs. Patterson. Guests of the affair i of Cleveland, province deputy, Miss
Were:' members of the active chapter, Winifred Chase of Detroit, a national
:members of the alumnae, patronesses, officer, Mrs. L. Malfrord and Mrs.
and alumnae of the faculty. DeWaters of Flint. A number of
The program presented was: Bach alumnae spoke at the gathering,
Chorale, "Jesus, Joy of Man's Desir- which marks the fifty-fourth anni-
ing"--arr. by Myra Hess. 1 versary of the sorority.
Noturno ....... ..........ReSpighi CHI OMEGA
E. Minor Etude .............. Chopin Mrs. Blanche Harley, chaperone,
F. Major Etude ....... ....Chopin Claii'e Trussell, '33, and Elsie Hoff-
Winifred Arthur meyer, '33, are to be in the receiving
Spirit's Song ......... ..Hayden line at the formal faculty reception
May Day Carol .......Deems Taylor which is being held tonight at the
Sprirg Song of the Robin Chi Omega sorority.W
Eleanor Phillipps
Raphesody Op. 79 No. 3.....Brahms I
intermet zopn
Intere..zoOp. 116, 117,
MrAt d f

Ruthvens Will
Leave For Trip
To Wash inoton
President And Wife Will
Be Honored By National
Executive At Capital
President Alexander Ruthven and
Mrs. Ruthven will leave Saturday for
a week's stay in Washington, D. C.
Extensive arrangements for their
entertainment have been made by
their Washington friends.
Sunday they are to be the- guests of
the President of the Carnegie Insti-
tute at dinner. Monday night Sen-
ator and Mrs, Vandenburg are to
entertain President, and Mrs. Ruth-
ven at a dinner in honor of Roy E.
Chapin, newly appointed Secretary
of Commerce.
President Herbert Hoover and Mrs.
Hoover have invited the Ruthvens to
be their guests Thursday night at a
diplomatic ball. During the week
President Ruthven will make a visit
to the Carnegie Institute.

'Fun Alley' To Be
Nautical In Themn4
01 Color, Desi"
Ca'eying out the general them
the cabaret, "Fun Alley" to be h 1'le o Aitltl( aae
in C( niunction with the Cabaret I
S-nd 10,%will ute marine's co
for decorations, according to Then
St. John, '34, chaiman of dco
tions. Blue, white and orangec
be the color scheme.
Ships about three feet long will
paced around the booths. Th
boats will be orange to be in h;
mony with other decorations. Str
mers, and pennants of the samec
ors, together with humorous sig
advertising the games will comp
the decorations.

Anni Arbor Wometi
MaIde Directors
Ri'~e~iOf VOI(
eof Mrs. Ja mes Inglirs andMiss
Dec. of the Ann Arbor Branch of M
rbgan Voters. Miss McClinch is
Mors former president of The N:t,
esa Federation of Business and Pr
ra- sional Women's Clubs, l1gI
will well known in Ann Arbor and D
for her lectures on gardens.
I be The Garden Club of' Ann A
held an interesting meeting Tue
at which Professor Edwin God
ar- spoke on the improvements of
ea- appearance of state highways.
col- James Inglis reported on a su
gns, of gardens in the state and
Frederick Murphy of Grosse Po
lete told of a new project sponsored
the Garden Club of Detroit.

Starting Today


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As a style unit Patsy Kiapp
a mounted specimen of a rare
terfly for a hat decoration.


Fur-Trimmedc Coat
Of Brazine Green
Is Winter Choice





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It avl caiL.about becaFse the ....
It ll ameabut ecase heAve Maria from Othello ......Verdi
roommate decided she needed a coat. 'The Fountain.........Harriet Ware
She finally found one that was just Margaret Burke
too "smawt" but not until we had G. Minor Prelude ..... Rachmaninoff
Prelude and Fuguein C Minor..Bach
looked at so many that we felt that ! aeI~rce

Professor Parker
Lectures At Last'
Gathering Of Club
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker of the phil-I
oophy department was guest speaker
at the sixth and last meeting of the
"Child's Approach to Religion Club,"
which was held at 4 p. m. Wednesday
in the Alumni room of the League.
"The Value of Religion" was Prc
fessor Parlker's subject; in his dis
cussion he further analyzed h
theme which has occupied tlh
group's attention from the time of its
formation in early fall as a com-
mittee of St. Andrew's church. Their
purpose in organization was to study
the main subject of children and
their religious education.
The members have met every Wed-
nesday for six weeks, and have heard
each time a discussion on a certain
phase of their work. The group may
be organized again if the demand for
such a club is great enough.


one more and we'd be designing them
She atelength bought the Branzine
green one trimmed with quantities of
beaver, that made up the huge puffed
3-eves and a big hood-like collar
that came around to Lie demurely
nider the chin. We had quite some
1ificulty choosing between that and'
3 plain brown one that was trimmed
ith strips of kolinsky and irresisti-
ale little barrel muff striped with
,he same fur.
While wandering around the fur
Jepartments we gathered some in-
'ormation that we thought worthy
f passing on. Did you know that
or young women longer haired furs
ike fox is more becoming than such
urs as seal, astrakan or mink? They
pre, and we never saw anything more
! fective than a black broadtail coat
rimmed with a puffy collar of blue
ox and~ muif sleeves of the same
aristocratic fur.

Delta Omicron Alumnae
old Meeting in League
The alumnae chapter of Deltt
Omicron, musical sorority, held a
ineeting Monday night at the Letague.
The event of the evening was a read-
iv, of Dickens' Crsms aoby
Mrs. Charles fBershoor.
PMs. &deher Speaks At
Recent A.A.UIW. Meeting
Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, assistant
dean of women, was speaker at the
meeting of the Ann Arbor iranch of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women, held In conjunction with
the Junior A. A. U. W. which enter-
tained the senior group at supper
before the meeting ot 6:15 p. m.
Wednesday in the Women's Athletic

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Where To Go


Lectures: Frederick Wile, Hill Au-
ditorium, 8:15 p. i.; Prof. Carr, "Is
Progress an Illusion?" Natural'
Science Auditorium, 4:15 p. in.
Exhibitions.. Works of six con-
temporary European and American
painters, West Gallery, Alumni Me-
morial Hall; Textiles and tapestries
from the Detroit Institute of Arts,
main floor, Architecture Building.
Plays: "Beggar on Horseback,"
Laboratory Theatre, 8:30 p. m.
Motion Pictures: Martin Luther
film, Grand Rapids Room of League,
performances, 5 p. in,, 6:30 p. m., and
8 p. m.; Majestic, "Painted Woman,"
Michigan, "Undercover Man."
Life insurance premiums paid in
Florida this year amount to $23,-
975,922, an increase of nearly $800,-
000 over 1931.

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