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December 11, 1932 - Image 5

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Annual Cabaret
ProvesT Be
Huge Suceess
Sophomore Project Ends
In Brilliant Climax As
Entertainment Ceases
The fourth annual Sophomore Cab-
aret started off under flying colors
Friday afternoon in the ballroom of
the League. Sophomore women were
amply rewarded for their efforts by
the enthusiastic horde of students
that attended in the afternoon and
Mary O'Brien, chairman of finance
reported an increase in attendance
over last year, and a subsequent fi-
nancial swell.
At intervals of two hours the en-
tertainment was given in a block.
Clever announcers told the audience
watching from the sides what each
number was to be. First came the
Gob tap chorus with Beatrice De-
Vine starred. Second was the Wait-
ers and Waitresses dance. The two-
piano number next appeared. Ma y
Morrison and Kay Leopold played,
accompanying Billy GrifFifths as she
sang first "Ah, But I've Learned" and
then "How Deep is the Ocean. Fol-
lowing this was the Waltz group.
Three couples swooped over the floor
in a demonstration waltz. The girlsj
were dressed uniformly in white for-
mals while the men donned dress
suits for the dance. The entertain-
ment was concluded with the Devil
and the Deep dance in which Nana
Dieble, Sally Pierce, and Marie Heid,,
were featured.
Mike Falk's orchestra provided
Where To Go
Concerts: "The Messiah," Hill Au-
ditorium, 44:15 p. m.I
Motion Pictures: Majestic, "Pros-
perity;" Michigan, "I Am a Fugi-
Functions: Harris Hall, supper and
Christmas program, 6:15 p. m.; Dis-1
cussion class, 8:15 p. m.; Lutheran'
Student Club, Supper and entertain-
ment, Zion Parish Hall, 5:30 p. M.;
Presbyterian Church, Social Hour,
5:30 p. mn.; Student Forum, 6:30
p. m., Christmas Party, 8 p. m.; St.
Paul's Lutheran Student Club, illus-
trated lecture, 6 p.ind.; Hillel Players,
program, Hillel Foundation, 8:15!1
p. m.7
Makea - nda'es --.ortabie,
Sold ReenW Ek b~e Reared i
large choice stock. yteas.4
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She s Chosen Perfect Health Girl

Cosmopolit an Fashion's Dictates
ub olds ay beydWomen
In Soph Cabaret
ForeiAPa t too bt
At the Sophomore Cabaret last

Interinationial Pageant And
Dance Feat uire Many 01-
orful Native Costumes
More than 70 couples gathered at
the International Pageant and dance,z
held las. night in Lane hall, underj
the auspices of the CosmopolitanC
Club and with the co-operation of 1
the Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Ara-
bian, Philippino, and Korean cam-
pus organizations.
Students from all corners of the
globe. drescd in ._eir colorful na-i
tive costumes made the affair a gayi
one. Girls from India, China andi
Japan wore bright robes of red, yel-
low, purple, and blue. From the cen-
tral part of Europe came others in!
flashy red and white dresses of Hun-
gary and the Austrian Tyrol.
The programn consisted primarily ofj
dancing, the music furnished by an!
"all girl" orchestra from Detroit.
However, the evening was broken up
by several intermissons, during which
Maria Kalaw, Grad., of the Philip-
pines, sang several vocal selections,
and Mary Kim, '33SM, from Korea,
played a number of piano composi-
As a fitting climax of the affair,
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner of the German
department, disguised as Santa Claus,
distributed presents which had been
heaped around the lighted Christmas
tree. These presents will be turned
over to the Community Fund for dis-
tribution among Ann Arbor's poor
Various Types Of
Gowns Prominent
At Campus Dances

night the hard-working members of
the central committee really blos-
somed out.
Hilda Kirby, general chairman,'
wore a cream-colored lace gown that
featured a short cape. Her accesso-
ries were in green. Barbara Suther-
land, assistant chairman, wore red
rough crepe with crossed straps and
metal trimmings.
Virginia Roberts, hostess chair-
man, wore a pale blue velvet with
.itted lines, and Mary O'Brien, chair-
man of finance, wore a red crepe
formal with crossed straps.
Barbara Bates, publicity chair-
man, was attired in black velvet with
three-quarter length sleeves that'was
plain except for a huge red flow'er in
the back.
Virginia Cluff, chairman of food,
rore a chartreuse green crepe that
eeatured the slit decollette and was
crimmned with brilliants.
Ann Mitchell, chairman of music,
wore dark blue rough crepe. Rows of
rilliants encircled the sleeves.
Mzary Sabin, chairman of decora-
ions, was gowned in a blue lace for-
nal having a low decollete and an
:nzmpire high waistline.
Harriet Earle, chairman of enter-
ainment, wore white rough crepe
:.rimmed with navy blue velvet.
Mary Sterling, chairman of cos-
Wunes, wore a white rough crepe
sown that was made effective by a
border of tangerine crepe around the
cape sleeves.
Reverend Heaps Speaks
At Meeting Of A. A. U. W.
"Daybreak, or a Romance of Af-
rica, a piece whosentheme is adapted
from "'Trader Horn," was the sub-
ject of a lecture accompanied by
slides given by Rev. Allison Heaps,
minister of the First Congregational

Sororities Honor Members With
Initiation Ceremonies, Part
This week has been a busy one for garet Bell, Mr. William Carlson
Michigan sororities. Formal recep- and Mrs. McClusky, Prof. and
tions, dances, initiations and parties ShlD.adMs kebr
Scholl, Dr. and Mrs. Okkelberg,
have been held.
DELTA GAMM Dorothy Beise, Miss Hilda Burr
Delta Gamma wishes to announce Stuart. Miss Peascly, Miss Fiel
the initiation of Sally Stapleton. '35, Mabel Rugen. Mr. S. M. Scott
Katherine Carpenter, '35, and Caro- Stanton, and Professor Crane.
lyn Hankey, '34, which will be held PHI SIGMA SIGlMA
this afternoon. The chapter will hold Phi Sigma Sigma entertaine
a Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 13. nih. ta nora hita
COLLEGIATE SQUOSIS inght at an informal Christmas
A Christmas party will be held at for the pleasure of the member
Collegiate Sorosis Monday. Dec. 12. their escorts. Decorations were
Decorations will be carried out in ried out in the conventional
evergreens and red candles. Louise tide colors, red and green.
Breakey, Ellen Reeves and Virginia A
Cadd, alumnae o. Ann Arbor will be Among the guests from D
guests of the sorority, were Mr. and Mrs. W. Minker
CHI OMEGA Mr. and Mrs. Selden Koblin.
A formal faculty reception was held Chaperones for the affair wer
at Chi Omega Thursday, Dec. 9. and Mrs. H. Hootkins and Mrs.
Among those present were, Dr. Mar- Babson, sorority house mother
Whai's more thrilling to the
feminie' heart than a pair of
lelMules for xmasr sthe
desire or'every woman to be
appealing and our Mules do
the trick. Lined in pastel shades.;''

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Jean Dryer, Chicago nurse, was selected as the "perfect health girl"
in a Y. W. C. A. contest. She is 5 feet 1 inch tall, weighs 117 pounds,
and keeps in trim by swimm:ig.
Entertainment For Dormitories
Bring Influx Of Non-Residents'
Many out-of-town guests are being dolphi, '33, Annie McIntyre, '34,
entertained at dormitories over the Helen Louise Corwin, '33, Glisell
week-end. A formal dinner at Betsy Klein, '33, Doris Smith, '33, Mary
Barbour and an open-house at Helen Elizabeth Windt, '33, Mary Monks,
I Newberry are the outstanding af- '34. and Margaret Arnold, '34.
HELEN NEW ERRUY Ellen Sara Place, '34, is in charge
Helen Newberry residence will of the arrangements. Christmas dec-
hold open house today following the orations will be used throughout the!
presentation of the "Messiah". house.
Among the 100 guests present will MOSHER-JORDUAN
be Commander W. H. Faust and Mrs. Mosher-Jordan entertained several
Faust, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Davis,
Mrs. Ehrenfeld and Miss Ann Ehren- guests at a tea given Thursday after-
feld, Mr. William S. Carlson, Miss noon.
Louise Shier, Mr. Truman French Hazel Wright, '33, and Mary Ann
and Miss Hutchins all of Ann Arbor. Mathewson, '34, sang several .duets
Out of town guests for the affair will as a part of the entertainment. Mrs.
include Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Davis, Palmer Christian and Mrs. Clans
Mr. and Mrs. Sebell, and Mrs.. Jenny Griffin poured.{
Shaw of Toledo and Miss Doris Root The guest list included Mrs. W. W.
of Birmingham, Mich. Blume of Ann Arbor, Dr. Marini and
Mrs. Florence Towsey, director of Mrs. Marini of Argentina; Mr. and
the dormitory, and Miss Eunice Van- Mrs. Middleton, of Peru and Miss
Camp, assistant director, will pour. Jimenez of Ann Arbor.
They will be assisted by Helen Tra- BETSY BARBOUR
vis, '33, house president, Annette Ru-
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The shop Of Youth
will display
on living mannequins

50 guests at its formal Christmas
dinner last night. Small Christmas
trees and red tapers were used for
decorations on the tables and a large
ornamented Christmas tree was
placed in the living room. Mrs. Ger-
rit Diekema, director of the dormi-
tory, and Miss Kathleen Hamm,
business manager, chaperoned the
party. Out of town guests included
Miss Betty sprague, Miss Catherine
resell, Mr. Douglas Riecks and Miss.
Bertha Robinson all of Monroe; Ger-
trude Snook and Keith .Hackett, both
of Highland Park and Mr. Arnold
Hoffman and David Stapleton, of
Bill Marshall's orchestra furnished
the music.
Lucille Root, '34, was in charge of
the arrangements.
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By CAROL J. HANAN Church, at ameeting of the literary
Thee wre estvites nd he group of the Ann Arbor Woman's
There were festivities and then Club held at ;:30 Friday at the
some last night at the different ;League. Miss Katharine Diehl, 2026
houses as a last whirl before the Devonshire road, is chairman of the
holidays, and lovely frocks galore, group.
At the Law Club formal we saw
Helen DeWitt, '33, president of the
League, wearing a red crepe gown -
with a beaded yoke and shoulder
straps. Ada Blackman, '34Ed., also I.
followed the beaded motif on her
gown of cream colored crepe withB'
silver beaded straps,. E U Y S O P
Janet Nelson, Detroit, wore tear
drop satin with a scarf collar that
was caught high on the shoulder
with little rhinestone buttons. Louise
Crandall, '34, wore red velvet with
ostrich feather trim. Dorothy Kopf,I SHAMPOO and
'38, wore burgandy lace that featured F I NG E R WAVE
a cape collar. Jane Rayen, '33Ed.,
was attired in light green crepe with
a sequin trim. Alice Border, '33, was
gowned in pale pink crepe with a low
decollete and trimmed with rhine- Special Until Xmas
stone. Lenore LeGendre, '34, wore
black satin that was trimmed with $7.50 Gabrieleen Permanent
silver. Marjorie Beck, '34, chose black
velvet with a square neck that fea- $5.00
tuned narrow rhinestone straps and
yoke. Ruth Bradener, '35, wore an I
intricately cut white crepe that was
trimmed with rhinestones.
At the Theta Chi formal we saw Phone 22757
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tion but we could take only the most
hurried glimpse at all but a few. We
noticed a good-looking white crepe
that featured a cape which buttoned- -
down the back and was bordered with
a wide piece of white fur. A piquant
little red velvet had a square neck,
smiall Pffed sleeves .and actually a
modified bustle in back. Brown cire
satin set off a pebbly gold colored R
crepe to good advantage.
At the Lambda Chi formal we sawI
the only moline turbin. It was white0 IFF S
and very small and was worn with
a black velvet dress. A pale blue vel-
vet was made effective by gold sequin
straps, while a slithery black satin
gown with an ice-blue top had straps The Newest of
that came around the back of the
decollete to tie in a knot in front. S E -L N G
Just for variety the Chi Phi dance G
was informal and we saw some very CR EAT IONS.
lovely frocks there. One violet blue
crepe featured the new boat neck.
It had buttons on either shoulder $1.
that extend half way down the
,leeves which were slightly puffed.
The belt was brought together at the Shercr - Clearer - Bey
front with a clump of velvet flowers.
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