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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AOPUS1h.r

SOCIETY

Elections For
Annual Affair
Will Be Made
Chairmen To Be Chosen
For Various Comiittees
Of Sophom ore Cabaret.
A meeting of all Sophomore wo-
men will be held Wednesday after-
noon, October 12 at 4:00 in the Lydia
1Vendelssohn Theater for the pur-
pose of electing the chairmen of the
Sophomore Cabaret, the annual pro-
jeet of the women of this class, All
Sapeomore arg urged to be pres-
ent, as the meeting is extremely im-
prtnt:.
Tie Judiciary Coinnuittee of the
Michigan League under the head of
Margaret Shermack, '33, and her as-
sis tants will be in charge of the elec-
tions. The committee, will submit a
list of two nominaees for each office
whom they feel are particularly well
suited for those positions. Nomina-
tions may be made from the floor
but only those women are eligible
for office who had a C average for
her Freshman year. Caucusing is
strictly forbidden and heavy penal-
ties will be imposed upon those who
violate this rule.
Grace Mayer, '34, explaining the
duties of the various officers and ex-
plaining> the purpose of the event.
Miss Ethel McCormick-, social di-
rector, will also make an address.
There are eight positions to be
filled by the e 1e c t i o n s : General
Chairman, Assistant General Chair-
man and the Chairmen for the fol-
lowing committees: Finance, Publici-
ty, Entertainment, Decorations, Cos-
tumes, Waitresses and Food.
P'1 ck Will Speak
About Germany At
Meeting Of A.A.U.W.
Professor James J. Pollock, who
has recently returned from Germany,
will speak on "Germany in Transi-
tion" before the International Rela-
tions group of the American Asso-
ciation of University Women at their
meeting Wednesday at the League.
The luncheon is scheduled for
12 0 o'clock and all reservations are
requested to be made not later than
Tuesday evening by calling Mrs. A.
H. White, 3826, or Mrs. H. P. Mar-
ley, 3085.
This is the first meeting of the
year and the following ones will reg-
ularily be held on Tuesdays. Mrs.
William F. Giefel, chairman of the
group is in charge of the affair.
h enry Bates Returns
From California Tour
Henry M. Bates, Dean of the Law
School, returned last night from San
Diego where a week ago he delivered
the third annual Morrison Memorial
Address before members of the Cal-
ifornia State Bar Association.'
Dean :ates left Ann Arbor early
in September. His route to San Diego
was a roundabout one, via New York,
the Atlantic coast, and the Panama
Canal. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Bates and their daugh r, Helen.

Brothers From Northwestern
Throng ho uses For Week-End
Many of the fraternities are open- house this week-end for the North-
ing their social season tonight and western game. Alumni expected try
tomorrow night with big dances. Ex- return are Jerry Harrington, of De-
citement is running high as the troit; Ed. Brady, of Howell, Mich.;
* Northwestern game. draws near. Joe Brady, of Howell, Mich.; Bill
Houses are expecting not only their Murphy, John Wagner, Claude Trot-
own alumni but also brothers from ter, Tom Donahue, and Harry Mer-
other chapters, especially from Evan- rick, all of Detroit; Hugh Stevenson,
ston and Chicago. of Grosse Point; Jim Herald, of
THETA CHI Greenfield, Pa.; and Tom McMon-
Theta Chi during coming North- agle, of Port Huron, Mich.
western week-end is expecting the Miss Catherine Sisson, of White.
presence of numerous alumni to wit- Pidgeon, Mich.; Miss Florence Lies-
ness the game and to enjoy the so- j ter, of Rochester, N. Y., and Miss
cial week-end at the house. Among Arlene Jones, also of Rochester, will
the visitors who will be in attend- be guests of the house over the week-
ance at the game and at the dance end. Oher guests will be Mr. and
to be held at the house Saturday Mrs. Harry Gordon, of Flint; Miss
evening are Judge and Mrs. Henry Latus Murray, Miss Lillian Mason,
Horner, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. both of Detroit; Martin J. Gagee, of
Arthur Kearns, City Treasurer of Rochester, N. Y.; Barbara Andrews,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Borge, of Three Rivers, Mich.! Frances Ho-
of Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dal- ban, of Ypsilanti; and Ruth Love-
by, of Gary, Ind.; Mr. Gordon Dalby ioy, of Ann Arbor.
I and Miss Dorothy Howell of Ann Ar- The house is holding an informal
bor. dance this week-end. The patrons
Les Finske, Michigan State cheer- of the dance will be Dr. and Mrs.
leafer; John Hubly, '32, of Battle Morris McGarvey and Mr. and Mrs.
Creek, former varsity swimmer; and Robert I. Cavanaugh, of Ann Ar-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wheeler, former bor.
varsity football. Pil1 SIGMA DELTA
KAPPA DELTA RHO Alumni of Phi Sigma Delta frater-
An infr- a l d r in errn /,c .r; rn,,,;~"f -, - n -

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~i al , 3t, now Mrs. William Ross, is me-
c n "idin- in New York City.
.any N~LIUptials
yMrs. Ormond D ake of EastLas
tLans ing was Fr'ances Summers previous
to this year.
D n WPhi Sigma Sigma
u i ty W i }nter O Phi Sigma Sigma three mem-

The past year has brought forth
several nuptial rites, and engage-
ments on the campus.
Gamma Phi Beta
At the Gamma Phi Beta house,
M a r g a r e t Seybold, '32, has an-
nounced the date of her marriage,
which is expected to take place in
November. Emma Frances O'Hara,
'33, is engaged to be married some-
time during the coming year. Alice
Cady, '32, now Mrs. Jack Pickering,
is living in Chicago. Geraldine Ho-
gan, '31, is married and living in
Wisconsin. .Dotty Norton, '32, who
recently became Mrs. Lee Clair, is
living in Ann Arbor.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta has yielded
several members to the marital set.
Stella Mahon, '32, became Mrs. Rich-
ard Holt of Detroit during the latter
part of August. Margaret Moore, '29,
has announced her engagement tot
Dr. Manion of Indianapolis, the mar-
riage to take place next Saturday.
Katherine Keyer, '29, will marry
Stanley Fulton of Lansing the 27th
of this month. The engagement of
Louise Eastman, '28, to Mr. Gilbert,
has also been announced. Helen
Kemps, '28, will wed Romaine Hogan
this coming autumn. Mrs. Hobart
Andre, '30, was Margaret Pollock
previous to last June.
Kappa Delta
At the Kappa Delta Irene Cod-
ding, '32, has announced her en-
gagement to Douglas McDonald of
Princeton, Indiana. The marriage
will take place during the latter part
of October. Geraldine Grover, '32,
will become the bride of Judson
Phelps of Detroit next spring. Ail-
een Woodbury, '33, is at present liv-
ing in Ann Arbor as Mrs. Len Wil-
son.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Eloise Kincaid, '35, a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, is living in
Ann Arbor with her husband, David
N. Nichol. Mrs. A. W. Bishop, '34,
formerly Mary Lou Gray is also liv-
ing in Ann Arbor. Mary Ruth Platt,

Iers have spoken their marriage
vows within the last year. Mrs. Da-
vid Seligson, '28, of Detroit, was Con-
stance Sidder. Gladys Lowenberg,
'30, recently became Mrs. S. Koblin.
Florence Morrison, '28, is the wife
of Ralph Miller of Wheeling, West
Virginia. The couple were married
last winter.
Sigma Kappa
Several members of Sigma Kappa
have become engaged during the last
year. Miss Charlotte Manchester, a
graduate now living in Bloomington,
Indiana, is engaged to Anthony Ho-
cebar, '32 Dent., who is now prac-
tising in Owosso. Miss Hazel Saul,
'32, of Park Ridge, Illinois, has an-
nounced her engagement to Jess
Coates, Grad.
Miss Peggy Eidson of the nursing
school is engaged to Wallace Stef
fans, '32, now in Grand Rapids, and
Miss Shirley Alcott, '32, is engaged
to Dr. Howard Van Auken. Mrs.
Charles Peet, formerly Miss Marga-
ret Sherman, '27, is living in Detroit.
Mrs. Edward Nieburger, who was
Miss Lucille Cutler, '29, resides in
Chicago. The former Miss Virginia
Bostick, '32, is now Mrs. Patrick
Danton of Philadelphia. Miss Leo-
nore Twiggs, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Montana, was married last
year to Mr. Harold Bowers of Salt
Lake City.
Collegiate Sorosis
Miss Virginia Haight, of Collegi-
ate Sorosis, is engaged to George
Dollicer, and Miss Ellen Reeves, '32,
is to be married to Alexander Gage.
The former Miss Eunice Hatch is
now Mrs. George Heffman, and Miss

Eveniiiv Fashions
D ferive Key-Note In
Classical Lines.
B3Y CAROL J. IIANAN,
Fraternity formals are just be-
ginning to get in swing, so for the
first time you meet his brothers it
is well to start right away in creating
"the big impression." Bring out the
formal that was bought for special
occasions, for now is the time to
wear it with the best effect. Let them
have the full benefit of all your ele-
gance, and see what happens.
Elegance is in fact the very key-
note of evening fashions this year.
It is derived from the classical sim-
plicity of the silhouette combined
with the richness of the materials.
Gone with last year's autumn leaves
is the bias cut that hugged the knees
and then flared out to the ankles,
Gone are the flares and flounces and
in their place is a straight fall of
skirt that stretches from hip to hem
with all the slenderness and grace-
fulness of a Greek column. Clever
Betty Drake, '35, is Mrs. Robert Gar-
rison.
Chi Omega
Chi Omega has an imposing list
of recent weddings: Mrs. Robert Mc-
Clure was Louise Fisher before her
marriage this summer, Helen Kitz-
miller became the bride of Dr. Ru-
dolf Lignell, the former Katharine
Wilcox is now Mrs. Robert Thomp-
son, Mary Henkel became Mrs. Wil-
liam Emery, Linea Hartz is now Mrs.
Eric Wild and Eleanor Grand is now
the bride of John Corliss, an instruc-
tor of mathematics in the univer-
sity.
Theta Phi Alpha
Mrs. Roy Batie, formerly -Miss
Kathleen Blum, '31, of Theta Phi
Alpha, is now living in Detroit. Miss
G e r a l d i n e Malone, '31, of Niles,
Michigan, was married last year to
Paul S. Burke, '30 Law, and is liv-
ing in Miller, South Dakota.

seamings give that high waisted Emn-
press line in front, although the belt
is still at the natural waist-line. Th
cuts are beautiful and especially flat-
tering to everyone iaso
while the line of the dress mv be
ruined by the faintest fullness w v
it should not be, it should ntgv
the impression that with -mnothcr stpp
a seam will be burst. Thle fr;-c
should moldj the figure, but not
bind it.
The second important note is of
course the materials. Here again is
something for every type. If you r1
the tailored type a dull pepply crey1e
would be your choice. If you prefer
the more luxurious fabrics the new
uncut velvet, or the silky chifon vel-
vet would suit you well. And if the
more engenue frocks is the most flat-
tering let it be made of a heavy satin
brocade of lace.
R jiu;lced Prelail Arrivi-,
In T Fexas or Short Slay
LAREDO, Tex., Oct. 6.-0) -- Ar-
chbishop Leopoldo Ruizy Flores,
Papal delegate expelled from Mexi-
co, said today he would remain in
Laredo several days, deciding later
where he would go.
AND
AGAIN
For the smartest and newes
and most economical ac;:espr-
ies are in town.
We're showing new bags. .
awfully smart things . . . in
suede and silk and satin .t..
and velvet . . . Eninestones too,
as well as the newest things i n
beads . . . and the prices range
from only one to five dollirs.
Formal gloves are in, too.
Length, of course is importaut
bUt not a problem here, for we
have them in four, eilh,, twclve
or sixteen button lengths. And
$2.95 to 5.95 will make you the
proud possessor of a pair.
But we almost forgot the most
important of them all . . . the
new hose. Black Bridal Veil
Nets especially smart, but you
may prefer the Sheer Chiffons,
which come in all colors, at
7fh to$l.94.
THE
SHOP
8 Nick 1' ;Arc, de

an nuormaia ance in honor of MrVis.
W. E. Lay will be held by the Kappa
Delta Rho fraternity on Saturday
evening, Oct. 8. The dance patron
will be Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Lay, of
Ann Arbor; Prof. and Mrs. M. H.
Williams, and Prof. and Mrs. L. M.
Eich of this University and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Shew of Grand Rapids.
Alumni expected to return for the.
Northwestern game and house party
include Rolland D. Severy, '30, of
Detroit; Mkturray Wright, '31, of Dun-
dee, New York; Fred Bigelow, '28,
of Geneva, Ill.; Charles Jensen, '31,
of Chicago; Robert Laurenson, '30,
of Wilkensburg, Pa.; Donald Wil-
liams, '31, of Detroit; Wilbur Myers,
'32, of Grand Rapids; R. Warren
Rockefeller, '31, of Detroit; Millard
Pryor, '25, of Owosso; and Keith
Hackett, '32, of Detroit.
The house is holding a tea and re-
ception from 4 to 6 o'clock on Sun-
day for honorary and Alumni mem-
bers at the house for the week-end,
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity will
hold its first dance of the season to-
night. The patronesses are to be Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Thompson of Ann Ar-
bor; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parks of
Grosse Point; and Dr. and Mrs. P. H.
Jessinch of Ann Arbor.
The affair is in honor of Millord
Bell, '32, of Grand Rapids and his
fiancee, Miss Elizabeth Cooper of
Grosse Pointe.
The fraternity is expecting a large
number of alumni to return for the
Northwestern game. Among them are
S. A. Hart, '28, J. W. Willard, '30,
Dean Zimmerman, '30, who are from
Cleveland.
From Chicago there will be Elbert
Vyse, '28, F. M. Cornwell, '31, Karl
Kempf, '30 and Ford Stoddard, '27.
The returning Detroit alumni arc
Jud Weaver, '28, Frank Lowell, '30,
Harold Lindsey, '31, Fred Lyon, '32,
and Austin Humber, '32. Tom Bald-
win, '31, and Austin O'Bryon, '32, are
coming from Grand Rapids.
PHI KAPPA
Many alumni ad guests are ex-
pected to return to the Phi Kappa

nity returningl or the game are Fred
Sims, '25, Gene Sims, '23, Arthur
Prudy, '20, and Harold Desenberg,
'27, all of Detroit; Maurice Lazar, '30,
Irving Cooper, '31, Walter Leen, '32,
and Leonard Laser, '34, of Chicago.
From Cleveland Bert Edgert, '32,
Hank Weiss, '32, and Irving Shultz,
'32, are coming. Gabriel Joseph, '29,
of Fargo, N. D.; Stanley Sloss, '22,
of Louisville, Ky.; and Les Davidson
of Youngstown, Ohio, will also be
guests of the house.
A buffet lunch and dinner are
planned for the visitors.
Jordan Tea Given In
Honor of Former Dean
Mrs. Alexander Ruthven and Mrs.
Mary Buffington poured at the tea
given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
erick P. Jordan at Jordan Hall Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Mrs. Myra Jordon is a former dean
of women at the university and it
was in her honor that the hall was
named.
CONSTABLE DISPLAYS GOOD
NATURE
GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 6.--(A)-
Constable Jack Hoogerhyde is noth-
ing if not obliging. He loaned Her-
bert Teeple a dollar in Justice Court
so Teeple could sue him for $300.

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Ihhd Anniversary Feamures
TODAY AND TOMORROW
FINERY HOSE . 55c
~:~ 2 Pairs for $1.00
This year's 79c and 85c Bose
Chiffon or Semi-Service
Run-Stop Full Fashioci
LALURA BELLE SHOP
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PROOF

DEODORANTS AND DEPILA-
TORIES
Odorono .......... $.27 and .4
Everdry..................39
Mum.............26 and A.
Nect ................39 and .79
Abscent Deodorant Cream. ..17
TALCUMS AND BODY
POWDERS
$1.00 Veolay Talc. ...........73
Coty Tale ... ........... ...94
$1.00 Tie Jade TAlr......,...,79
$1.00 R1enaul's Rose
lcraniun Tale. ..... ...79,
J and J Baby Talc . . .3 for .46
Col ate's Cashmere
Bouquet Talc 14
FACE POWDERS
$1.50 Anibre Royal ...... $1.211
Princess Pat ................89
Mellowglow ................89
CREAMS
Large Milkweed Cream.....84
Woodbury's Cold and
Facial Cream.............41°
Daggett & Ramsdels
Creams..... .31,.53, and .83
1 lb. Theatrical Cold
Creams in tins ............41
% lb. Mack's Lemon
Cleansing Cream ..........419
LOTIONS
Hind's Honey Almond
Lotion ............35 and .76:
Chamberlain's ..............34°
Italian Balm...............42
4 oz. Glycerine and
Rose Water.......... ...18

TOOTH PASTES AND
POWDERS
Listerine .......3 for .53, .18
West's .....................13
Kolynos ....................29
Pepsodent ..................31
Pebeco .....................31
Ipana ......................31
Prophylactic Paste ...........it
Charcoal Tooth Paste
3 for .65 .z:
TOOTHI BRUS1.ES
Prophylactic . ............ , -37
Child's Tooth Brushes
2 for .25, .13

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It'll All Be Over~- After Tomorrow
October. 1932
Mack's SemiAnnual Sale
of
DRUGS and TOILETRIES
Mack's important Semi-Annual Drugs and Toiletries Sale which has
been on the past week will end Saturday at 9 P. M. We suggest that
you consider the big savings offered on every item al supply your
needs for a whole season.
11,you cannot come into the store to select . . . Your telephone order
for whatever you wish will be given special attention.

BULK PERFUMES
Coty Perfumes .

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The easant Place
to Shop.
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Picot T.op, 45 Gauge, Pure Silk
Chiffon Hose, French Heel, Cra-.
and all First Quality, at a Special
Price of 50c pcr Pairs
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Natinonally
.nown for its
delicacy . .,.
correctness.
CHIFFON
79c - $1.95

SHAVING SUPPLIES
Gillett Blades .......37 and .73
Cup Soap................04
I Gem Micromatic Razor
and 1 Palmolive or
Colgate Shaving Cream . ..49
SOAPS
3 Woodbury's Soap and
1 tube cream .............54
Jergens Shampoo Soap .....13
Conti Castile Soap
4 lb. bar $1.59
Tesoro Castile Soap
4 lb. bar ,89
Camay Soap ........12 for .73
Lux Soap ...........12 for .79
Jergens Bath Tablets .6 for .45
Vanity Fair Soap .. .1 doz. .49
Lanchere Soaps, Gardenia,
Sweet Pea, Jasmin and
Mimosa...........4 for .67
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