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Natlonhi Misie
sorority Holds
Speial Meeting
Sigmna Alpha Iota lHoiors
FounersWith Mwsical
Program And Reception
A formal musicale honoring Alpha
chapter~of $igma Alpha Iota, nation,
al music sorority, and its patronesses',
will be given at 8:15 p. mn. today in
the Grand Rapids room of the
Leg.gue. .Hostesses for the occasion
are members of Lam~bda Alpha,
alumnae chapter of the sorority.
In the receiving line will be Miss
Nora Crane IHunt, director of the
Girls' G~lee Club, and Miss 'Elizabeth
CampbelI, two of the founders of the
sorority; Mmnie. Eleanor Hazzard Pea-
cock, of .Detroit; and Mrs. Lewis
Reimann, president of' Lambda Al-
pha. Mrs. Vernelle Rohrer Peppard,
WhQ appears on the program, is prov
mnoe president of the sorority and is
the pupil of Madame Peacock.
The following pro'gram will be
given:-.. .
Thelma Newell-Solo from "The
Violin-Maker of Cremona" (Hubay);
Song of the Preszta Maiden (Hubay);
On the Preszta (Kern); Vernelle
IRohrer Peppard-three Brahms see
leotions: 'Botschaft; Der Tod, .das
isl di kuhle 'Na.cht; Der Jager.
M4aud Qkkelberg-Chaconne (Bach..
Busorie); Thelma Newell-Air for 0
String (Bach); Romance (Svendsen);
'Vernelle Rohrer Peppard-T h e r e
Oried. a Bird (Sinding); Oh! for a
Breath o' the Moorlan~ds (Whelpley);
-A Little Lovely Drdam (Crews); Song
of the Open (LaForge)'; Mrs. Pep-
pard!s accompanists will be Miss .Iar-
riet Ingersol] and Mrs. Maud OkIexl-
New Ideas Seen
In AcessQJles
S8omeone' who really understands
the problems of a co-ed has put on
the market what is aptly called a
'co-ed set. It cOn'sists of a little
round "potty" hat which is worn far
over on one side of thle head and: a
huge ;pursE made of'the same felt as
the hat with a. zipper compartnient
large enough, to~ enclose a notebook,
and enough room outside of that for
the compacts, lipaticks, pencils, and
whato-t~ga e~up th~e eon~
tents Qf- a co-ed~s purse. . They are
really qite swagger and come in all
Speaking about accessories, many
mnonograrged bags, handerchiefs and
comnpacts have come out lately. The
hanging mrn~ograms -on bags are
good for da.ytime use. Inistegdl of hav-
ing thiern ,lampedi or sewed on, there
are two. 1ittle~ loops near the top of
the bag from which. the initials
dangle. For dr'ess wear, an attrac'
tive hag .of : blackc antelope with a
gold. frame. sets off one modernistic
letter in silver alnd one in gold.
The handed knitted scarf and hat
sets which have recently come out
are both good lookihg and practical.
Yesterda we saw a smenartr otfi i
knitted scarf and turban in tones of
gray, rose and blue.
Education Faculty Will
Honor Graduating Class
A reception honoring the senior
education class will be given by
members of the faculty of the School
of Education at 8 p. in., Jdn. 17, at
the Women's Athletic Building.
Invitations for the affair will be

issued to students soon. Ping-pong,
bowling and jig-saw puzzles will pro-
vide entertainment, and there will be
dancing throughout the evening.
The program planned by the class
includes a tea dance and a picnic
which will be held later on in the
year. Announcemnts concerning class
activities will be published in the
Daily Official Bulletin.

Society Girls Perform For Charity

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And Marriaoes

Aviatrix Trys Skis


Are An

-Associated Press Photo
Wearing the silks of two well known racing stables, Trina C. Mar-
shall (left) and Helen McCann, New York society girls, spurred on their
mechanical steeds across the floor of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, in. the
Manhattan derby. The race was part of a unique charity benefit pro-

Faith Ralph Honored At
Delta Gamma; Mary
Zabel To Marry Soon
Students of the University, whether
alumni or.in attendance at present,
are turning their minds toward mat-
rimony. Two engagements and one
marriage have been recently an-
Mr. Geor;e H. Ralph announced
the engagement of his daughter,
Faith Lillian Ralph, '33, to Wallis
Austin, of Oak Park, Ill., on Dec. 28,
in Chicago. Miss Ralph, a Delta
Gamma, is chairman of the' World
Fellowship Committee at the League
and a member of the board of direc-
tors. 'Before entering the University
she attended Wellesley College. Mr.
Austin is a Alpha Delta Phi at the
University of Chicago. A party was
held at the Delta Gamma chapter
house Monday night in honor of the
The engagement of Jean Elizabeth
Cowden, '33, of Ann Arbor to Wilbert
L.' Hindman, Jr., '33, of Detroit, was
announced last night at a dinner held
at the Alpha Xi Delta sorority house.
Miss Cowden is a member of this so-
rority -and the daughter of Professor.
Roy W. Cowden of the English de-
The engagement of Mary Eliza-
beth Zabel, '30, of Monroe, to Frank1
Preston Brown, '32, of Elgin, Ill., has
been recently announced. Miss Zabel
was a member of the Kappa Delta
sorority while a student at the Uni-
versity. Mr. Brown was a member of
the Theta Chi fraternity. The date
of their marriage has not yet been
:. News of th mar ria e of William
Thomas Ransay, '29, formerly of
Monroe, to Margaret Springford of
New York has just been received.
The wedding took place Dec. 30.
Rev. Heaps Spaaks For,
Ann Arbor Women's Club'
The Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, of the
First Congregational Church was the
speaker of'the afterneon at the week-
ly meeting of the Ann Arbor Wo-!
men's Club held at 2:30 p. tit. Tues-
day in the main ballroom of the'
Mr. Heaps',' ject was an illustrat-
ed .lecture "Outward Bound." The

Speech Given
B y Professor
At Club Meeting
Prof. Richard Hollister of the
speech department spoke before a
meeting of the Athena Literary So-
ciety which was held at 8 p. m. Mon-
day in the Athena room in Angell
Hall. Martha Littleton, '34, introduc-
ed the speaker.
Professor Hollister gave an infor-
mal talk, telling first of reminiscen-
ces of his own college days and also
recollections that he had of the early
history of Athena, which was the
first women's speech society. He also
spoke at some length of the days
when Alpha Nu included in its mem-
bership women as well as men. An
interesting, resume of conditions on
the campus at the time when there
was no Union, League, or Daily was
After the talk, a short business
meeting was held. Gladys Baker, '33,
president, appointed a nomination
committee which will report at the
next meeting, to be held in two weeks.
Election of officers for next term will
take place at that time.
Prof. Morrison To Head I
Sons of Revolution
Prof. Roger L. Morrison, professor
of Highway Engineering and High-
way Transport, was elected president
of-Washtenaw chapter of the Sons of
the American Revolution at the an-
nual meeting held at the home of Dr.
J. M. Osborne, retiring president.
The chapter voted to continue the
citizenship medals given in junior
high schools of the city and rural
schools of the country. Dr. Chester
Arnold gave an address on Western
mountain ranges that he illustrated
Iby motion pictures-
Service Extended To
Sororities By Wyvern

Luck will be the tiket toth
for five couples either Friday
urady night this week-end. TI
tfihe tickets of last" wet
dances were sayed and in dee
crecy Josephine Woodhams,
dance chairman, drew five
indicating the persons who
admitted to the League. Th
will be good for either Friday
urday night with no credenti
essary other than a smile
stubs to their tickets-oh,
The lucky numbers will be
ed Thursday.
Faculty Women's Ci
Holds Meeting Tu
The Tuesday afternoon me
the play reading section of I
ulty Women's Club reviewed
the late New York dramatic
tions at the first meeting s
holidays, held at 2:30 p. m.
in the Grand Rapids room
League. About 75 persons a
After the discussion of the
Mrs. William Sellew, tea wa
The table decorations were
peas, white narcisses and gre
ers. Mrs. William Sellew a
Donald M. Matthews poured
Assisting them were the I
hostesses: Mrs r .Willett F.
dell, MWrs. Albert B. Peck, Mn

Large Rushing Parties Planned

By Sororities For This Week

Many sorority rushing parties are
being crowded into these last few
days before everyone settles down to
study for final exams. Attractive dec-
orations are planned for tables, in-
cluding everything from blhe books
to spring flowers.
Alpha Gamma Dlta' entertained
nine guests at a rushing dinner last
night. Florence Hiscock and Ruth
Pence, both Ann Arbor alumnae, were
present. Table decorations consisted
of an attractive combination of ivory
tapers and sweet peas.
A rushing dinner for 12 guests will
be given F'riday night at the Alpha
Omicron Pi house. Spring flowers
and harmonizing tapers will decorate
the tables.
7IL1 'Xf LTA
A rushing dinner for 12 guests is
being given at the. Alpha Xi Delta
house tonight. Table decorations of
ivory tapers and spring flowers will
be used.
Phi Sigma Sigma wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Mima Gif-
fen, '35, of Pittsburgh, on Thursday,
Dec. 15.
Miss 'Edith Leiberman, of Detroit,
was a guest of Florence Travis, '35,
at the chapter house last week-end.
Sigma Kappa entertained four
guests at a rushing dinner last night.
Sweet peas, roses, and white tapers
formed: effective table decorations.
Theta Phi Alpha will entertain
several guests at a rushing dinner
tonight. The scheme for decorations
will be built on the bluebook idea.
Tiny bluebooks will serve as place-
cards, and the colors will be blue and
white as background for flowers and
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tapers. Dorothy Clark, '34SM, is in
charge of the affair.
Thursday night the sorority will
hold a guest dinner in honor:of Betty
Immel, '35, the occasion being her
birthday. Several memnbers will in-
vite escorts. The predominating color
for decorative schemes will be pink.
Kappa Delta is giving a rushing
dinner tomorrow night for six guests.
The decorations will include White
tapers, white button crysanthemums,
and placecards with the sorority
Eight guests were honored at. a
rushing dinner at Zeta Tau Alpha
Monday night. American .Beauty
roses and black tapers contrasted to
create attractive decorations for the

F '
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-Associated Press Photo
Amy Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Mollison
in private life, noted aviatrix, finds
skis harder to maneuver. while on a
trip through Switzerland than to pilot7
a plane.
W hereToG
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
Son-7Daughter"; Majestic, "Second
Hand Wife."
~Lectures: Dr. Will Durant on "The-
American Crisis," Hill Auditorium 8
p. n.: French lecture, Mr. Koella,
Room 103 Romance Language Build-
ing, 4:15 p. m.
Exhibits: Japanese wood block
prints, Alumni Memorial. Hall. .
Functions: Open house, Harris
Hall, 4 to 6 p. in.
Dances: Tea dancgg, League, 3
to 5 p. in., Grill room.
discussion was based on the motion
picure play and drama by that name
by Sutton Dane.
The trio of the University Girls'
Glee Club, composed of Maxine May-
nard, '35, Lucille. Lucas, '34SM, and
Frances Beswarick, '34SM, provided
the musical feature -for the afternoon.

the purp


Plans to extend the service ren- A
dered by distributing blue books at me
the League and in various sorority trie
houses, to selling candy, notions, and the
necessary nick-nacks have been com- are
pleted by Wyvern, women's junior are
scholastic honorary society, in a A
meeting held last night at the Cou
League, according to Harriet Jen- Lee
nings, '34, president. 'ar

S Stud'E

eign student,
to be held
Russian tea
Anyone on c
eting studen
es, and stude
ir friendshil
invited to at
group dis
urt," will fol]
Watson, '3E


Luncheon Clun Holds
Weekly Meeting Tuesday
'Members of the Graduate Lunch-
eon Club met -yesterday in the' Rus
sian Tea Room of the League. This
luncheon is one of the series that
has been given once a week since
November in order that graduate stu-
dents may become betteracqainted,




rs of the senior education'
>r this year are: president,
'enske; vice-president, Jean
e; secretary, Jean Bentley;
asurer, Walfred Kuijaha.

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with its small but
mnost becoming
brim ..
Without brims, the
spring :fashions give
us the snug Turbans
of soft straw fabric.
Come and see what
spring has for you at

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How delightfully these
new Greys harmonize
with your attire . .




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