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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCI ETY

Dom Pedro Is
Chosen J-Hop
Second Band
Will Come From Chicago
Especially For Dance,
Jewett Announces
Don Pedro and his orchestra, now
playing at the Terrace Garden of the
Hotel Morrison in Chicago, have been
secured as the second band for. the
J-Hop, Charles W. Jewett, '34, an-
nounced last night.
Pedro will leave the Morrison the
night before the J-Hop and make
the trip especially for the occasion,
Jewett said. The orchestra is now
broadcasting nightly over WENR and
KYW Chicago.
Independents who want to com-
bine to forfn booths will have a
chance to get together in the Union
later this week, Nils Lundberg, '34Ad,
booths chairman, said yesterday. The
notices of the time of the meeting
will be announced in the Daily Offi-
cial Bulletin.
Arrangements are being completed
for booth facilities for fraternities
and the Law Club, Lundberg said.
The social chairman of each frater-
nity house will be notified of the
final arrangements by Saturday, he
said.
Lundberg emphasized the fact that
no reservations for booths can bej
made until all those planning to
make use of the booth have purchas-
edl tickets, so that it will be neces-'
sary for all those in the house plan-
ning to attend the Hop to have their
tickets by Saturday.
Originality Shown
In Rushing Party
There was no suggestion of de-
pression at a rushing party given
for nine Delta Zeta rushees from 7
to 9 p. m. JFriday at the "Delta Zeta
Night Club."
The house was converted into a
night club, with a game room and a
dance hall. Guests were greeted at
the door by bellhops, and were shown
to the cloak room where they left
their wraps with check-room girls.
Money, put up by the rushees, was
supplied by the banker, and the
guests divided their time between the
gaming room where roulette, black-
jack, and bridge games for high
stakes were in progress, and the ball
room where taxi-dancers kept things
going. Free supper was served at
the bar, and the lounges upstairs
gave ample opportunity for smoking
and chatting.
After the "hard-times" parties
which are so popular now, this mii-
lionaires' party is in the way of an
innovation. Helen L. Cook, '33, was
in charge of the afgair.

Brilliant Gowns]
Seen At Formal
Pi Beta Phi pledges entertained
the active members at a formal
dance Saturday night. Ted Kopke's
orchestra provided music for the
event. Decorations consisted of flow-
ers throughout the house. Detroit
guests attending the dance were An-
na Lyle Spain and Elizabeth Witt.
Among the formals seen at thea
dance was one worn by Ruth Bosse,I
'35. The dress was a brilliant coral
shade of rough crepe. Four rhine-j
stone straps met in the middle of
the back in a flat bow of crepe. Mar-
garet Mustard, '35, was dressed in
a blue crepe dress which had an1
extreme. v-necked back.
Margaret Youtz, '34, selected a
chartreuse-green. formal trimmed i
with brilliants which had a shortK
cape about the shoulders. A bril-}
liant dress of a rose shade was worn1
by Mary McCarthy, '34. Bead trim-1
ming emphasized the low neck. Jean
Whitman, '33, wore a becoming
formal of white crepe, fashioned on
grecian lines with turquoise blue ac-
centing the neck. Turquoise blue
shoes were worn with the dress.
Carol Maujer, '33, wore hyacinth
blue. Her formal had a high neck
line in front with a slit decolletage.
Another coral frock was worn by
Marietta Recor, '34. The dress had
a cape. trimmed with sequins and a
velvet sash of the same shade of
coral. Mary Brimijoin, '34, was start-
ling in a severe dress of black and
white. The skirt was black while the
waist was made of wide bands of
creamy-white grosgain ribbon. The
belt was of black also with flaring
tabs of grosgrain ribbon on the sides.
Dance Recital At Gym
Draws Large Attendance
"No further proof of the interest
aroused by the modern dance is
needed than the fact that a large
crowd attended the demonstration
this afternoon" Laurentine Collins,
Detroit supervisor of physical educa-
tion, commented on the group danc-
ing held today at Barbour Gymnas-
ium,
Contributing to the program was
a number of women from City Col-
lege of Detroit, under the direction
of Rth urray, formerly of the
physical education department here,
and the group of Emily White, who
teaches dancing here.
An entire lesson was taught by
Miss Murray to her group, as part
of the informal presentation she con-
tinued, including the improvisation
of dance movements, composition,
and technique. Miss White's group
contributed a number of finished
dances and a study in dance tech-
nique.
Tea was served by the members
ment following the program.

Fraternities Elect Officers
To Preside For Coming Term

ALPHA DELTA PHI
New officers of Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity are: President. Charles
Markley, '33; vice-president, Augus-
tus Hershey, '34E; secretary, Robert
Hogg, '34; steward, Boyd Pantlind,
'35.
BETA THETA PI
Members of Beta Theta Pi frater-
nity elected the following officers for
the next term; Samuel Mitchell, '33,
president; Robert Andreae, '33B.Ad.,
vice-president; Donald Charlesworth,
'35, secretary; Albert Little, '34,
house manager.
KAPPA SIGMA
Kappa Sigma recently elected the
following house officers: G. Robert
Seybold, '33E., Grand Master; Au-
brey E. Boyd, '34, Grand Pocuator;
Ralph J. O'Hara, Grand Scribe.
PHI DELTA THETA
Officers elected at the Phi Delta

Theta house were: Allen Clark, '33,
president; Robert Petrie, '33, treas-
urer; and Phillip Klein, '34, secre-
tary.
SIGMA CHI
Frederick M. Brett, '33E, will pre-
side at Sigma Chi meetings next
term. Vice-president will be Harry
Hartenbach, '33; secretary, Ronald
Duncan, '34.
PHI KAPPA PHI
Officers for next semester at Pi
Kappa Phi are: Edward Sechewe,
'33, president; Virgil Wells, '34E.,
secretary; Albin Telford, '33, treas-
urer; Helon Hater, '34, historian.
DELTA UPSILON
Recently elected officers of Delta
Upsilon fraternity are: Joseph Gan-
non, '33, president; Hugh Grove
'34E., vice-president; Charles Rogers,
'34, secretary; Kenneth G. Hecht,
'34E.

Shop of
Youth
Presents

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From a selection of Parisian copies
all the exclusive, new little details are
here . . higher decollatages
cleverly handled shoulders . . . accom-
panying capes and jackets that are stun-
njug in themselves.

For Distinct
Personality
When you come here for a permanent,
your coiffure is individually styled to
your particular personality like an ex-
clusive gown from a Paris salon.
THE STODDARD
BEAUTY SALON
317 S. State St. Phone 2-1212

THERMIQUE
$10.00 - $8.00
CROQU I GNOLE
$5.00

EUGENE
$5.b.0

Materials include Matel-
asse, Ruff Crepes, Sand
Crepe, Satin Brocade and
Lace . . . Colors are
plain and pastel prints,
eggshell, white and black.

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$5.00-

The Michigan League
offers

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Special Birthday Cakes
Browvn Sugar Cakes
Chocolate Layer Cakes

$12

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Spanish Crean Pies
Le zon Chiffon Pies
Grape Cream Pies

And Up

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Chocolate Frosted Cookies

Bro lies

Macaroons

Shortbread Macaroons

Ti, bals

Patty Shells, etc.

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Telephone All Food Orders One Day in Advance
to the Manager's Office - 23251

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Where To Go

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Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
Animal Kingdom"; Majestic, "The
Mask of Fu Manchu"; Wuerth,
"Grand Hotel."
Church Functions: Social hour
and lecture, Wesley Hall, 5:30 p. n.m
Social hour, supper, and forum, Pres-
byterian church, 5:30 p. m.; Lecture
and concert, Congregational church,
6 p. m.; Supper and lecture, Harris'
Hall, 6:15 p. m.; Student meeting,
Baptist church, 6 p. y.; Social hour,
discussion, Lutheran Student Club,
5:30 p. :n.; Lecture, Unitarian,
Church, '7:30 p. mn.;

SIGMA PHI ENTERTAINS
Members of Sigma Phi fraternity
entertained at dinner last night. Miss
Helen Farley, '36, Miss Constance
Giefel, '33, William K. Richardson,
were guests of the fraternity.
TYPEW RI TERS
All Makes -la e n Portabl-
Sold ented Dcbang R aired
Tiixge choice stock.syTare.
0" D.M RRIL,
34 so St te St., Ara Arbor,
MODERN BEAUTY SHOP
NEW PRICES
Sbampoo & Finger-Wave .......355
Crogulole Permaii ...,..20
oil Push Up Permancnat 2 for..$3.00
Manicure . ......35c
Eyebrow Arch................25c
Phone 2-1178

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fashion's latest
passion
maybe you think she's fickle -
but there's one thing fashion's
faithful to, and that's beauty.
you'll see it wherever you turn
in our shop this week -- be-
cause we've just gotten our first
really spring frocks. prices be-
gin at ten fifty.
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of course they
SANDALS
fashioned of
SILVER KID - GOLD KID
WHITE FIALLE AND BLACK
$4.95
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50 Styles . . . making possible
that necessary discrimination in
the successful com"pletion of "'otir$495
J-Hop costume . . . they'll n ake
you light hearted . . . light footed

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