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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Chapters Hold
More Parties
This Week-End
P1 Lambda Pi Entertains
With Formal; Phi Kappa
Sigma Has Pledge Dance
Fraternities are celebrating the
pre-final period by several dances
this week-end. Friday being the
thirteenth was a popular night.
PH! SRIGMA KAPPA
At Phi Sigma Kappa chapter house
last night a pledge formal was held
under the direction of Carlton Gil-
bert, '35.
Th guest list included: Teresa
St. John, '34, Ellen Walton, '33Ed.,
Margaret Ballard, '36Ed., Majoie
Oostdyk, '35, Laura Jean Kempf,
'34Ed., Elizabeth Ladd, '33, Anna
Hflenckel, '36, Dorothea Hunt, '34,
Ruth Stesel, '33Ed., Cecilia Richard-
son, '36, Julie Kane, '36.
Others present were; Margaret
Snyder, '33Ed., Alice Boter, '33,
Mary K. Snyder, '34, Dorothy Adams,
'36, Mary Jane Hunt, '34, and Cath-
erine Thompson, '34. From Detroit
there were Dorothy Baetcke, Betty
Cooper, and Dorothy Oostoyk.
P4I KAPPA
MVr. George Burke, Attorney at Law
in A1n Arbor was entertained at din-
ner Wednesday night. Present as
fraternity alumni were William
.nyder, Jerry Buckley, and Robert
C,'Brinr.
P1 LAMBDA PHI
Present at a formal dance given
last night by the fraternity were the
fbllowing women: Florence Kemp,
'36; Jane Fecheimer, '33; Phyllis
Ste rart, '36; Itathryn, Rosenberg,
'36; Miriam Carver, '33; Harriet
vishnan, '35; Blanche Goldstone,
'36; Jean Rosenthal, '33, Helen
Rosenberg, '35; Elaine Schlesinger,
'34 SM; Dena Sudow, '34; Leah Ac-
kerman, '34; Bernice Kavinoky, '35;
Edith Lewis, '33; Lois Trigg, '36;
Edith Bergman,r r33D; Helen Gross-
ner, ''35; Mary rances . Goldman,
Ypsilanti, and Billy Carr, Ann Arbor.
Formal Dance Held
At Martha Cook
Blue and silver were used as the
color scheme for the annual winter
formal at Martha Coolk Building last
night. Silver stars were used in the
ballroom to carry out the motif. The
programs were in the form of a win-
dow through which one could see
silver stars in a blue sky.
The patronesses for the dance were
Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, social
director of the building; Miss Sara
Louise Rowe, house director, and
Miss Alta Bernice Atkinson, manager
if the League. Included in the re-
ceiving line besides, the patronesses
were Helen Hell m uth, '33, president
of Martha Cook Building, Jean Per-
1rn, '33, chairman of the dance, and
their escorts.
Miss Perrin's committee included
Louise M. Peterson, '33, Laura Mil-
ler, '33, Marjoie Rusel, '33, Ione
'. Smith, '33, and Katherine Wright,
'33. ..
Kenneth Munford's orchestra fur-
hished the music for the affair. Sup-
Per was served at l1 p. m.
Today Miss Rowe, Miss Smith and
Miss Hellmuth will attend a lunch-
eon at 1 p. m. in Detroit at Hudson's
given by the Martha Cook Building
Alumni. Miss Hellmuth is to speak
on the "Social Activities of the
House Today." Miss Helen Hanlon,
'26, president of the organization is
in charge of the entertainment.

Faculty Chaperon At
League, Union Dances
Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Smith were
the faculty members who chaperon-
ed the dance at the League last
night. The chaperones for tonight
will be Mr. and Mrs. W. E..Goodale.
Last night's Union dance was
chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. J. D.
Cameron, while tonight Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Webster will attend.

Northern Visitors At Southern Playg rounds

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Eleanor Hammond (left) of Cleveland went south to enjoy water' and other sports at Miami Beach
Fla., while Jane Emery (center), young member of Chicago's society, and Aubrey Phipps, socially prom-
inent in New York and Pittsburgh, are wintering at Palm Beach.

Engagement Of
Evanston Pair
Is Announced
Of interest to their fellow-alumni
and Ann Arbor friends is the recent
announcement of the engagement of
Margaret E. Mogk, '26, of Evanston,
Ill., to Louis Robertson, '27, also of
Evanston.
Miss Mogk was a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority when in the
University and is a former resident
of Lake Linden, Mich. Robertson was
managing editor of the Michiganen-
sian, during his senior year here, and
a member of Delta Tau Delta fra-
ternity and Michigamua.
After leaving the University he at-
tended George Washington Univer-
sity Law School, graduating in 1929.
At present he is connected with the
firm of Wilkinson, Huxley, Byron,
and Knight, counsels in patent cases,
with offices in Chicago.
Women To Spend
Week-End At Home
Women from Mosher-Jordan Halls
returning home for the week-end
are, from Mosher, Frances Burnstine,
'36, Ann Tabak ,'36, Jean Hanmer,.
'36, Mary Spenser, '35, Eleanor
Schwarz, '33, Lucille Rugg, '33, and
Dorothy Middlestadt, '36, all to De-
troit. Elizabeth Harris, '34, of Buck-
ingham, Estelle Pinkerton and Ann
Bodine, both of Grosse Point, and
pids, are also homeward bound.
Roberta Fowlkes, '34, of Grand Ra-
Jordan Hall women who will spend
the week-end in Detroit are Virginia
Allmand, '36, Alice Geib, '33, Jose-
phine Day, '34, Alma Harbican, '36,
Dorothy Stoddard, '36, Virginia
Weins, Grad., and Dorothy Winkel-
man, '36. Theresa Fein, '33, of Holly,
and Hilda Sherman, '34, of Kalama-
zoo are also going home for the
week-end.
Architecture Fraternity
Pledges Eight Women
Eight women were formally pledged
into Alpha Alpha Gamma, national
honorary fraternity for women in
architecture and the allied arts, at
8 p. m. Thursday in the chapel of
the League.
The ceremony was conducted by
Frances Young, '34A, president, for
the the following: Mar Helen Win-I
chester, '35A, Harriette .. Cook, '35A,I
Jane Kauffman, '35A, Anne M. Hin-

Pastel Shades
Favorites In
NewLingrie
Pink, Peach, and Orchid
Lead The Black And Blue
Of Last Season In Favor
By CAROL J. HANAN
Intimate apparel of soft silks and
satins, yards of webby lace and pink.
ribbons have a definite appeal to,
what is quaintly called the "eternal
feminine." Lounging pajamas that
we would be afraid to lounge in;
tea-gowns that would be the last
think one should wear while pouring
} tea; dancettes that seem almost to
frail to dance in, and we confine
practicability to the field of racoon
coats ,wool dresses and low-heeled
shoes.
Light pastel shades of pink, peach
and orchid are the favorites in
lingerie, black and the deeper blues
not used as much as last year, while
white is gaining a great deal in pop-
ularity. One of the best dance sets
we saw was of white with wide in-
sertions of deep ecru lace, a fitted
slip of white with a decollete back
also trimmed with the lace came
it.
Satin lingerie has been approved
of because of its smoothness under
snug fitting formals. A Fifth Ave-
nue shop shows a set, including slip,
made up in the palest shade of
peach. The wide bands of cream
colored cobwebby lace that generous-
ly bordered the step-in, also made up
the brassiere part of the low-necked
beautifully cut slip. In the same'
shop was shown a version of the
one-piece affairs that are so success-
ful to wear under formals made of
heavy peach satin.
The princess of lounging pajamas
was a glorious combination of pink
and watergreen satin with a three-
quarter length coat of American-
beauty velvet with sleeves long
enough to crush on the arm. Next
to it was one of these romantic look-
ing tea gowns of rose satin, and vel-
vet with long flowing sleeves border-
ed by a wide band of brown kolinsky.
shaw, Spec., Jeannette Schroeder,
Grad., Genevieve Hofner, Barbara B.
Jenkins, '33A, Rose Mary Best '34A.
After the pledging ritual, refresh-
ments were served in the Russian
Tea Room for actives and new mem-
bers.

Zeta Phi Eta

Three one-act plays in a series
entitled "Sir David Littleboy" are
to be presented at 10 a. m., Jan. 21,
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre under
the auspices of Zeta Phi Eta, speech
society.
The object of these plays is to fur-
nish beneficial entertainment for
children. They are being directed by
Mrs. Marian Moore, a charter mem-
ber this chapter. The cast includes
t h e following women: Virginia
Frink, '35; Eleanor Chase, '35; Eliza-
beth Pascoe, '34; Virginia McComb,
'33; Reta Petersen, '35; Billie Grif-
fiths, '35; Mary Lou Elspass, '35;
Marable Smith, '34Ed.; Jane Kauff-
ian, '35A; Lenore LeGendre, '34;
Edna Dalby, '34; Ethel Howard, '35;
Eleanor Dwinell, '33; and Mary Helen
McIntosh, '34.

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