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October 25, 1933 - Image 5

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Outdoor Club
To Hold Initial
Party Saturday
Halloween Entertainment
To Be At Sylvan Estates;
To Conduct Elections
The Outdoor Club will open its
activities for the year with a Hallo-
ween party Saturday at the Sylvan
Estates Country Club. Trucks will
leave the League at 1:15 p.m. and
students planning to attend must give
their names to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League (phone
2-3251). All interested in joining
are invited to be present at this in-
itial party. Officers will be elected.
Transportation and dinner will cost
approximately 75 cents.
Miss McCormick, the Rev. Lee
Klaer, pastor of the Presbyterian
Church, Randoff Webster of the in-
tramural department, Marie Harwig
of the physical education depart-
ment, and representatives of the stu-
dent body made the continuation of
this organization possible. At a meet-
ing Monday, they formed plans for
tl* coming season and completed ar-
rangements to rent and outfit a
truck, thus assuring comfortable and
accessible transportation.
Exchange Teas,
Banquets Held
At Sororieses
Sorority activities have decreased
after a busy week-end. Pledging still
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega sorority will en-
tertain this afternoon at an exchange
pledge tea. The pledges will be host-
esses for the occasion. Pink and white.
are the colors to be used, white 'mums
and roses being supplemented by
tapers. Elizabeth Bingham, '34, is in
charge of the arrangements. The for-
mal pledge dance will be given Friday
Delta Zeta
Delta Zeta sorority entertained last
night at a Founder's Day Banquet for
20 guests. The tables were decorated
with roses and pink paper, and in-
dividual place-cards were used as fa-
vors. Elizabeth Duddleson, '35, and
Ruth Knepp, '35, were in charge of
the dinner.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta announces the
pledging of Marian Neilson, '37, of
Ann Arhor.

Chased By Hounds

Sally Pierce, '35, will play the part
of Eliza, who flees across the ice
with hounds in hot pursuit, in Har-
riet Beeher Stowe's famous "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," which opens tonight
in LydiaAMendelssohn Theatre.
aintings Will e
Shown Tomorrow
Mr. Helmuth Lohse of Detroit is
presenting a public exhibition of old
and modern master reproductions
Thursday from 1 to 6 p. m. in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Among the exhibits will be:
Reproductions of the old masters
of the 15th and 16th century, the so-'
called Florentine Collection.
Reproductions of modern masters
such as Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin,
Monet, Picasso, Manet, Renoir, Ma-
tisse, Utrillo, Marc, Kokoschka, Pech-
stein, etc.
Etchings in color and in black and
white by such European artists as
Kasimir, Figura, De La Broye, and
Original Mezzotints and copper-
plate gravures of old masters, par-
ticularly covering the English school.
Miniature facsimilies of some of
the world's greatest miniature art-
Facsimile reproductions in color
of Holbein and Durer drawings.
Early Italian masters and primi-
tives in museum edition, including
Fra Angelico, Cimabue, Michelangelo,
Da Vinci, Raffael, Botticelli, Modena,
and School of Avignon.
.S. Commissioner Guest
Of State Officia At Gime
Guy Helvering, '06L, United States
commissioner of internal revenue, was
the guest of Horatio Abbott, State col-
lector of internal revenue, at the'
football game Saturday and for the
week-end. Mr. Helvering served in
Congress in 1913 during the Wilson
administration and has held numer-
ous important political offices.
Dr. William T. Foster
Is Guest At Reed Home

Women's Club
To Oen Year
With Rece tion
League Ballroom Chosen;
Prominent Local Faculty
Women Assisting
The Faculty Women's Club will
open its year's program with a re-
ception at 3 p. m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
The receiving line will include Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs. Emil
Lorch, president of the club, Mrs.
Henry Bates, Mrs. Frederick Novy,
Mrs. Marcus Ward, Mrs. Herbert
Sadler, Mrs. Carl Huber, Mrs. Edward
Kraus, Mrs. Samuel Dana, Mrs. Alare
Griffin, Mrs. James Edmonson, Mrs.
Joseph Bursley, Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs.
Charles Sink, and Mrs. Howard B.
Among those assisting as hostesses
will be Mrs. Herbert Kenyon, Mrs.
Lewis Simes, Mrs. Peter Field, Mrs.
Roy Cowden, Mrs. Clair Upthegrove,
Mrs. Earl Wolaver, Mrs. Alfred Lov-
;l, Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky, Mrs. Ed-
win B. Mains, and Mrs. Mark Oster-
Pouring at the tea tables will be
Mrs. William Comstock, Mrs. Junius
Beal, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs. Clar-
ence Yoakum, Mrs. James Bruce, Mrs.
Evans Holbrook, Mrs. Allen Whitney,
Mrs. John Sundwall, Mrs. Henry
Riggs, Mrs. Jesse Reeves, Mrs. O. J.
Campbell, and Mrs. Fielding Yost.
Ann Arbor Women
ade Club Officers
At the closing session of the re-
cent Kings' Daughters convention,
officers for the coming year were
chosen. Among Ann Arbor women
elected to office were Mrs. Frank
Mickle, Washtenaw County president,
and second vice-president of the state
sroup, Mrs. J. J. Kelly to the board
of directors, Mrs. A. R. Crittenden,
out-going state president, and Mrs.
George Carrothers were named to the
board of directors.
Women Must Register
To Attend Chicago Game
Women who intend to go to the
Chicago football game Saturday must
register in the office of the dean of
women, and must also present a letter
from home granting permission to
take the trip, it was said yesterday.
The University will not provide
chaperons because there are so many
ways of getting to Chicago, Mrs. Byrl
Bacher, assistant to the dean of
women, said. However, women will
travel in separate coaches.
More than one hundred former
Rhodes scholars attended a fare-
well dinner aboard the Holland-
American liner "Veendam" in honor
of the 32 Rhodes scholars-elect who
sailed for England the following day.
for a
Sensational Announcement
302 South State Street

Bernie Cummins'OrchestraT
Play At Union Formal Nov. 17
Bernie Cummins and his New in Philadelphia; two winters at the
Yorkers orchestra, selected last week Belleview Biltmore in Bellair, Flor-
to play for the fourth annual Union ida; and was picked out of 54 bands
Formal, to be held Friday, Nov. 17, applying to open the Hotel New
will come to Ann Arbor direct from Yorker.
a long run at the Trianon Ballroom Tickets for the Formal went on
in Chicago. sale yesterday, and members ,of the
Vhile there he broadcasted regu- committee announced that several
larly over WGN, the Chicago Tribune had been sold as soon as they were
Station, and over the Columbia in distribution. The committee for the
Broadcasting Company' network. Pre- dance is made up of members of the
vious to this engagement he spent executive council of the Union.
three years at the Hotel Biltmore in
New York City and one year at the To
Hotel New Yorker. He has made Plans ToBe Made
many recordings of his dance ar-
rangements. oFor Flower Show
His coming engagement here is one
stop on a few weeks personal appear- The southern and eastern districts
ance tour that will include a number of the Federated Garden Clubs of
of cities in this part of the country. Michigan are meeting today at the
It is described by the Music Cor- League in preparation for a flower
poration of America, managers of the show to be held here in the spring.
orchestra, wi a vacation for the group Mrs. C. C. Meloche, president of the
Cummins began his band in 1923 in club, will preside at the luncheon
Cincinnati, at a small place called served at noon. Mrs. James Inglis is
Toadstool Inn, and at that time he in charge of the general program.
was the drummer. Since then he has The luncheon is being planned by
played many notable engagements, Mrs. Paul Leidy, assisted by Mrs.
including a season at the Ambassador Fielding Yost, Mrs. Everett Brown,
Hotel, Atlantic City; the Club Madrid Mrs. R. E. Drake, and Mrs. Jesse
Reeves, table decorations; and Mrs.

Manuscripts for the 1934 Junior
Girls' Play are due Wednesday,
Nov. 1, it was announced yesterday
by Barbara Sutherland, '35, gen-
eral chairman. An inadvertent er-
ror in The Daily has caused con-
siderable confusion as to the date
by which the manuscripts are due,
Miss Sutherland said.











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Where ToQGo.



Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Dr.
Bull" with Will Rogers; Majestic,
"Gold Diggers .of 1933" with Joan
Blondell; Wuerth, "Midnight Mary"
with Loretta' Young; Whitney, "By
Appointment Only" with Lew Cody.
Play Production: ."Uncle Tom's
Cabin" at Lydia. Mendelssohn The-
atre, 8:15 p. m.
Dancing: League Grill room, Hut,
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian,
at 4:15 p. m. at Hill Auditorium.

Dr. William T. Foster, director of
the Pollak Foundation for Economic
Research, of Newton, Mass., was a
guest Sunday and Monday at the
home of Prof. Thomas H. Reed of the
political science department. Dr.
Foster is an expert on small loans.

efay &e Expect You?
You are cordially invited to attend Jacobson's Fall Fashion
JRevue on Thursday evening, October twenty-sixth, at eight
!4 o'clock. We have gathered together such a rich collection of
pro per Fall wear that vanity again becomes a lovely sin,
-adwe want to present it for your ins pection.
Entertainment will be given in the form of music, under the
dir.ction of Zilpha Lewis, Violinist, and soloist over the
Michigan Radio Network, featuring I-elen Talbott.
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