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Hold Panhellenic Banqiet
Monday; Will Simplify
Mary O'Brien, '35, chairman of
invitations for the Panhellenic Ban-
quet to be held Oct. 30 in the League,
yesterday announced the names of
those who will be guests of honor at
Turns Out For Fashionable Racing Meet
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean and
Mrs. Wilbur Humphreys, Dean and
Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
Edward Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Smith, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Miss Dorothy Og-
born, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Win-
naker, Mrs. Leslie Kendrig.
Students who will sit at the head
table will be Josephine McCausey, '34,
president of Panhellenic, and - the
other officers of Panhellenic, who are
Ruth Kurtz, '34, Helen Scott, '34,
Marjorie Arnold, '34; the members
of the banquet committee, who are
Mary Fitzpatrick, '34, chairman,
Mary O'Brien, '35, Betty Aigler, '35,
Teresa St. John, '34, Lillian Dietrich,
'34. Other students who will be hon-
ored are Maxine Maynard, '35, pres-
ident of Wyvern, Marian Giddings,
'34, president of Mortarboard, Grace
Mayer, '34, president of the League,
and Billie Griffiths, '35, president of
the Women's Athletic Association.
Decorations for the banquet will
be comparatively simple this year,
Miss Dietrich, chairman of decora-
tions said yesterday. The speaker's
table will have a centerpiece of fall
flowers, and the other tables will be
decorated by pastel candles under
which circular placards will be
placed. Boutonniers will be given the
guests of honor.
The campus theatrical season
opened last night with Play Produc-
tion's offering of "Uncle Tom's Cab-
in." The old-time melodrama was
enthusiastically received by an au-
dience in which were recognized a
number of the campus well-knowns.
The speech department was well
represented by the presence of Prof.
James M. O'Neill, Prof. R. T. Hollis-
ter, and Prof. Floyd K. Riley. James
C. O'Neill of the French department
and Dr. F. S. Onderdonk were also
among those present.
Others noticed were Lucille Betz,
'35, Carl Forsythe, '35L, Helen Ma-
son, '34, Margaret Connellan, '36, Ed-
ward S. McKay, '33, and Jean Shaw,
Popular Detroit Opera
Extends Run To Nov. 4
DETROIT, Oct. 25.-The San Carlo
Grand Opera Co., under the direc-
tion of Fortune Gallo, will continue
playing here at the Paramount The-
atre until Nov. 4, it was announced
yesterday. Tickets for the company's
productions are selling at from 25
cents to $1.50. It is the first timel
grand opera has been presented in
Detroit at popular prices.
Wednesday the company presented
"Aida." "Faust" is scheduled for
Thursday, "Hansel and Gretel" for
Friday matinee, "Cavalleria Rust-I
cana" and "Pagliacci" fr Fridayt
night, "Madame Butterfly" for Sat-
urday matinee, "Il Trovatore" for
Saturday night, and "La Traviata"x
for Sunday night.
With the San Carlo company are
appearing the Serge OtkrAinsky bal-
let of 20 and an orchetra of 30
pieces. Carlo Peroni is conduting thc
-Associated Press Photo
Racing enthusiasts among New York's blue bloods turned out to watch society participate in the United
Hunts autun' meet at Roslyn, ong Island. Mrs. Geraldyn Redmond, pretty society matron, rode to victory
on Debenture in the ladies' race. Above picture shows the finish'of the race and below Mrs. Bedmond is
shown receiving the prize from Lewis E. Waring, treasurer of the United Hunts Racing Association. Among
the socially prominent spectators were Mrs. Frederirk Tattum and Mrs. Rufus Finch "who are shown at left.
Dormitory And Need Few Frocks
SOr o r1ty Teas When Packing For
en lan Chicago Game Trip
The sororities and dormitories have
made plans for a busy week. Houses
are giving rushing dinners and ex-
change pledge teas, while Mosher-
Jordan Halls and Martha Cook Dor-
mitory have planned tea dances.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Jean Hoffman, '37, of
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi sorority is entertaining
tonight at a dinner in honor of the
deans. The guests who will attend
are: Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeannette
Perry, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss
Dorothy Ogburn, Miss Isabel Dudley,
Dean and Mrs. Edward Kraus, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean
and Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Dr.
and Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Dr. and Mrs..
Alfred O. Lee, Dr. and Mrs. W. R.
Humphreys, and Dean and Mrs.
The sorority entertained yesterday
at an exchange pledge tea. Mary Mc-
Carthy, '34, was in charge.
Sigma Kappa is giving a rushing
dinner tonight for six. The decora-
tions are to be in red and white.
This afternoon Martha Cook Dor-
mitory will give the first of a series
of tea dances. Marie Prahl, '34, is
in charge of the arrangements. Pre-
siding at the tea tables will be Miss
Margaret Ruth Smith, social direc-
tor, and Miss Sarah° Rowe, house di-
Mosher Hall will entertain at a
tea dance from 4 to 6 p. m. this af-,
ternoon for residents and their
guests. Miss Ethel McCormick and
Miss Alta Atkinson of the League will
pour. Max Gail will play the piano.
The girls on the committee in
charge of the tea include Mary
Wheeler, '36; Maryanna Chockley,
'37; Katherine Bishop, '37; Doris.
Vater, '36; Jean Hoover, '36; Mary
Reeder, '35; Barbara Smith, '36;
Charlotte Faulkner, '35; and Jane
A birthday party was given last
night for all the girls in the halls
whose birthdays fall in September
and October. Two tables were re-
served in each dining hall, and the
girls 'were served with special birth-
day cakes. Another dinner of this
sort will begiven later in the season.
Even before your ticket to Chicago
is paid for, you'll be worrying about
what to wear during that short but
important sojourn. Certainly every-
thing must go into one small suitcase,
and yet nothing must be forgotten.
However all this requires a lot of
careful planning, for it's fatal to take
too many changes.
Warmth will be of primary import-
ance for the game itself, probably
coming from the good old fur coat, or
from a four-piece swagger suit. We
saw, recently, a chocolate brown
swagger model, the vest, lapels, and
pocket flaps being of brown and
white minute checks. The neckline
was finished in an ascot tie. Alaskan
seal seems to .be the favorite again
this season for three-quarters and
full length fur coats, with attention
paid to the neckline, with bows, as-
cots, and deep shawl collars.
Then in your traveling case you'll
probably take an informal tunic
frock, in Chinese red, or Sherwood
green, for that after-the-game din-
ner. Or if you go dancing later in
the evening, a long sleeved velvet,
spun through with stardust threads,
will make a romantic soul of you.
However, in packing a velvet gown,
the use of tissue paper in the folds
to prevent crushing is economical,
and saves much weeping and wailing.
With either of the latter frocks, a
small baby .bonnet turban, snug on
the back of your head, is quite the
thing for dancing in comfort, as well
as being the latest in hat modes.
ere To Go
Play Production: "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" at Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre, 8:15 p. m.
. Motion Pictures: Michigan,
"Broadway to Hollywood" with Alice
Brady; Majestic, "Gold Diggers of
1933" with Joan Blondell; Wuerth,
"Jennie Gerhardt" with Sylvia Sid-
ney; Whitney, "By Appointment
Only" and "Her Mad Night."
Dancing: League Grill Room, Hut,
Lecture: By Prof. Heber D. Curtis,
on "Aspects of Modern Astronomy";
4:15 p. iM., Natural Science Audito-
There are several fashion experts
who contend that as clothes make
the woman so do accessories' make
the costume, and of all accessories,
none are more important than hose.
It's quite a problem to get just the
right shade to go with each ensemble,
but here are some hints on the sub-
There are a number of smart
shades to wear with browns, includ-
ing Friar, taupe, and honey brown,
with a smoke shade which is one of
those very practical colors that
will go with anything. All these hues
are definitely darker than those
which have been popular during the
early fall months.
To wear with black we have a new
Peter Pan shade,' and Biscayne,
which is not quite gray, goes with eel
gray, itself a borderline shade. There I
is also dust beige which is just right
for the popular wine dresses, while
for evening the hose takes on a
Senior Society Members
Hold Island Steak Roast
Members of Senior Society held a
steak roast at which both actives
and alumnae were present Monday
afternoon on the Island.
Alumnae who attended were Dr.
Marianna Smalley, Miss Laura Os-
good, Miss Sue Wood, Miss Ann Goss,
Miss Annette Rudolphi, Miss Ann
Zauer, Miss Jeannette Saurborn, and
Miss Marie Hart wig.
Actives who were present were
Helen Clark, '34SM, Lucille Root, '34,
Marabel Smith, '34, Sally Place,
'34SM, Ada Blackman, '34, Mary
Helen MacIntosh, '34, and Charlotte
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200 SINGLE SHEETS
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Originally $10.95 to $13.95
Also one lot at
$16.75 for $12.95
Sizes 12 to 44
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