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Entertaining Of
Alumnae Done

England's Poet Laureate In U. S. On Visit

By Sororities
Houses Feature Dinners
For Week Following The
Active Christmas Recess

The social life of the sorority wo-
men has resumed after active vaca-
tions. Many are entertaining guests
for dinner. The Kappa Delta Soror-
ity has spent a busy week with a dis-
tinguished alumnae house guest.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stern (Lu-
cille Grossman, '31), of Detroit, were
guests last night at Alpha Epsilon
Phi. Mrs. Stern was a member of
the chapter while a student here.
Frances Manwaring, '35, is spend-
ing the winter inMiami, Fla. She will
return to Michigan this spring.
Delta Zeta wishes to announce the
pledging of Virginia Hansen, '34, of
Kappa Delta has been entertaining
Mrs. Harriet Schrieber, national die-
titian for the Kroger stores, as a
house guest for the past three days.
Mrs. Schrieber was a member of the
Sigma Sigma chapter of Kappa Delta
at Iowa State College.
The members of the sorority enter-
tained at an informal dinner last
night for her pleasure. Ivory tapers
and flowers formed attractive table
During her stay in Ann Arbor, Mrs.
Schrieber delivered several lectures
on dietetics before various women's
clube, and at the Masonic Temple.
Mosher Hall Holds Tea,
S Ocia Directors Pour
Mosher hall held its regular
Theuirsday tea yesterday afternoon.
Miss Margaret Smith, social director
of Martha Cook building and Miss
Ethel McCormick, League social di-
rector, poured at the affair.
Pink roses and green tapers created
an attractive centerpiece for the tea
table, having a heavy cream lace
cloth as background.
The tea was the first held since
the vacation period, and marks the
beginning of post-holiday functions
within the dormitory for the enter-
tainment of the residents.
Where To Go
Dances: Tea dancing, League, 3
to 5 p. m, Grill; Ballroom, 4 to 6-p. m.
Informal dancing, League, 9 p. m.;
informal dancing, Union, 9 p. m.
Athletic Events.: Hockey, Michi-
gan vs. Dearborn Flyers, Coliseum,
7:30 p. m.
Exhibits: Tapestries, first floor,
general library.
I Mortion Pictures: Michigan,_ "Cen-
tral Park"; Majestic, "Thirteen
Women"; Wuerth, "A Free Soul."
Digging to test soil on the site
for the new federal building at San
Antonio, Tex., workmen struck water
at 25 feet,


-Associated Press Photo
John Masefield, England's post laureate, is shown with Mrs. Mase-
field upon their arrival in New York for a visit of several weeks in

Gray Is Favorite
For New Dresses,


Campus women presented colorful
new costumes as they resumed class-
es this week after a joyous Christmas
vacation. We noticed somber yet very
smart outfits too, showing that the
conservative element still exists. The
notable color that seems to have
seized the latest buyers is gray, for
-there were gray suits trimmed with
.mart black fur and other gray out-
fits .included brown hats, gloves,
purses, and shoes. A cursory survey;
showed gray wool dresses in abund-
ance, both very severely tailored or
with brilliant touches of green or red.
. Predominating among the throng
that crossed the diagonal were fur-
trimmed suits and the ever popular
English tweed swagger coat and skirt
outfit. The warm weather has assist-
ed campus women in their problem
of varying out-of-door wraps and
light weight swagger and polo coats
are proving as popular as the heavier
fur coats..
: Speaking of new wool dresses we
noticed a most attractive gold-color-
ed one the other day. Ruching of the
same fuzzy wool trimmed the neck
and extended over the shoulders in
answer to thedemand, now so great,
for wideshouldered gowns. The dress
had -an unusually high waistline and
a wide belt fastened with a huge
black buckle in front. We observed
the "just right" length which was
neither too long nor too short for.
comfortable walking. This particular
dress was worn with black acces-
Brilliant green hats, bright scarlet
wool hats with matching scarves and
new felts in popular shades blossom-
ed forth, making a striking contrast
when worn with dark coats. one
girl had a chartreuse green wool hat
becomingly cut, the only decoration
being a tailored feather on the left
side. The hat dipped over the right
eye in the proper mode. With this
she was wearing a chartreuse green
wool dress and brown- accessories.

Many Students
Attend Der-oi
SoealEve t
Michigan Makes Showing
At Christmas Dance Dur-
ing Vacation Period
How did students spend the recent
Christmas vacation? It's a problem
that few of us cai answer if we. try
tfo.account for everyone, but it seemed
the entire student body had migrated
to the Detroit Golf Club for the much
talked of event, created by students
on middle western and eastern cam-
-puses, namely, "College Night," held
Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Among those we recognized were
Jeanette Detwiler, Mary Jean White,
Margaret Welch, Myrtle Cooper,
Anna Jean Leech, Dorothy Schwartze,
Dorothy Dishman, Marie Abbott,
Betty Wunsch, Josephine Talbot,
Marian Brooke, Winifred Pike, Carol{
Hanan, Sarah King, Mary Kessberg-
er, Mary Margaret Duggan, Martha
Wheeler, Mrs. Paul Minzel (Harriet
Earle), Harriette White, Louise
Crandall, Nolda McCamly, Ann
Harsha, Helen Farley, Dorothy Stod-
dard, Elizabeth Neal, Ann Timmons,
and Betty Connor.
The men were there too, in full
regalia. We noticed Robert Ewing,
Donald Ewing, Frank Neill, James
Neill, Stoddard White, Harvey Du-
rant, Thomas Ellerby, Grosvener
Root, Austin Humber, Richard James,
James Wilcox, Edgar Guest, Jr.,
George Lambrecht, Philip Singleton,
Francis Jury, Bob Hilty, and Carl
Altogether, it was voted a success-
ful party. Michigan, seemed to,. have
been more than well represented.
Al1 Makes - Large and Portable
Sold Rented cc Raired
Large choice stock. sytems
314 ." S tot St., Ain Arbor.

W. A. A..Plans
Swimming And
Skating Meets
Group Requirements May
Be Completed In Union
Pool Tuesday Night
The swimming club sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association will
hold its regular meeting at 10 p. m.
Saturday at the Union pool.
Women may pass their group
swimming requirements at this time,
and Miss Irene Field, adviser of the
club, will give instruction in strokes
to those who desire it. Members may
be timed for entrance in the handi-
cap swimming meet to be held Jan.
13 at the Intramural building pool.
All :members are urged to attend
the business meeting of the club to
be held at 11 a. m. Saturday imme-
diately after swimming. O t h e r
women interested in swimming are
invited to attend.
A skating party will be held by the
outdoor activities group of the as-
sociation at the Coliseum Saturday.
All women are invited to attend, and
may meet either at 2:30 p. m. in
Palmer Field House, or at 3 p. m.
at the Coliseum. Skates may be
rented at the rink.
(1VC 11 fBy IGlee (lob
The Girls' Glee Club held a meet-
ing Wednesday night at which plans
were discussed for various entertain-
The ub ti1o, consisting of trancf s
Befwarick, first alto, Lucille Lucas,
second soprano, and Maxine May-
nard, first soprano, with Jane Law
accompanying fliem on tle piano,
gave a concert Wednesday night at
St. Thomas school for the beneit of
the Catholic Woman's League. To-
morrow they will assist the entire
club at a concert to be given at Uni-
versity High School, and Tuesday
they will sing before the Ann Ar-
bor Woman's Club.
Plans for a concert to be given in
Cincinnati early in the second semes-
ter are now being discussed.
Kipke, Tapping To Autend
Banquet Of Toledo Club
Head Coach Harry G. Kipke and
T. Hawley Tapping, general secretary
of the Alumni Association, will go
to Toledo next Tuesday to attend the
dinner which the University of Mich-
igan club of Toledo is giving in honor
of the Waite High School football
team which completed its season un-
defeated and with championship
honors this year.

Joan Blondell Bride
Of George Barnes
PHOENIX, Ariz., Jan. 5.-AP)-Hol-
lywood's latest newlyweds, Joan
Blondell, actress, and George Scott
Barnes, cameraman, were to leave
for New York today on a two-weeks
honeymoon. The couple was married
here yesterday.
Miss Blondell endeavored to con-
ceal her identity by taking out the
license under the name of Rose
Blondell, while her husband described
himself as Scott Barnes. The pretty
blonde used a red wig and wore dark
glasses in an effort to disguise her-
The actress gave her age as 23 and
Barnes said he is 35. This is his
fourth marriage and Miss Blondell's
first. The cameraman's divorce from
a former wife became final shortly
before Christmas.
Both spent much of their wedding
day evading questioners. Later they
admitted their identity.
The marriage put an end to re-
current rumors of the couple's en-
gagement or wedding, which have
been heard since a few months after
Barnes and Miss Blondell met in
1931 while both were working in the
same film.
Formier.S tienis
IU41lted I Marriage,
W ilhin tJames Davis, of Benton
Harbor, announces the marriage of
his daughter, Mary Ottilie Davis, '21,
to Paul Allerton Cushman, '32. The
ceremony was performed Dec. 15, by
the Rev. Allison Ray Heaps at the
home of Mrs. George W. Patterson,
2101 Hill St.
W ie a student in tle U Miversity,
thl I)ide ws a member of the Socie-
dad ispanica, Choral (Jnion and the
Congregational Choir. At present, she
belongs to the Blue Triangle League
af Bu :in sS Women, Choral Union,
America- Association of University
Women. She is a charter member of
Sigma Eta Chi and secretary of the
organization. She is also a member
of the Board of the Congregational
Student Fellowship.
From 1921-1931 she was secretary-
stenographer in the Romance Lang-
uage department and in 1931-1932
held a similar position in both the
Lawyers Club and Anatomy depart-
i nent.
D., Cushman took his S. B. '11
and S.M. '27 at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and is now
Professor of Mechanical- Engineering
here. He is a member of the Amer-
ican Society of Mechanical Engi-
neers. American .Society for Steel
Treating, and the Society for Pro-
motion of Engineering Education.
Dr. and Mrs. Cushman took a trip
to New York and New England -and
are now at home to their friends at
2101 Hill St.

Elissa Landi Just
Won't Recuperate,
For some reason Elissa Landi
wasn't crazy about going in "The
Masquerader" cast with Ronald Col-
man, in, spite. of the fact that they
are both patriotic, tea-drinking
Britons. Now, after her second illness
is announced as causing postpone-
ment of production on the film, folks
are asking each other whether Elissa
hasn't just made up her mind to stay
sick until Colman gets a new leading
'woman. The situation as regards
Colman and his producer and former
friend Sam Goldwyn, whom Colman
is suing (as a producing corporation)
for $2,000,000 for asserted libel, con-
tinues to be carried off with polite
and diplomatic formality around the
United Artists lot.
Earnings of the Pensacola; Fla.,
water supply system, enabled city au-
thorities to reduce the tax rate two



.. . and so to finish the
winter season with a new
frock or two .

League Will Hold
Tea Danee Today
Following the usual custom of holi-
day bi-monthly teas, the League so-
cial committee has planned an un-
dergraduate tea-dance this afternoon
from 4 until 6 p. m.
A reception committee consisting
of members of League 1, Zeta Tam
Alpha, Alpha Omicron Pi, and Kappa
Delta will assist Mrs. H. A. Haynes,
Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mirs. C. S. Yoak--
us, and Mrs. R. G. Hussey, who will
preside at the tea table,
-Bill Marshall and his orchestra will
play for dancing and a program fea-
turing two-piano selections by Mary
Morrison, '35SM, and Katherine Leo-
pold, '34SM, and vocal selections by
Billie Griffiths, '35, will be presented
Ruth Robinson, '33, and the
League social committee are in
charge of the tea which is a con-
tinuance of a custom that has gained
much in favor with students of late
according to reports from those in

Values to $16.75
Valie In $1975
Values to $25.00


There are frocks in this event for every campus function-for
the class room, Sunday nite suppers, sportswear, formal and
informal affairs. We suggest that you make selections early.

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