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Foriner St
Are Mart

For Sophomore
Cabaret Made
Entertainment Tryouts In
Sophomore Activity To
Be Held Tuesday
The appointments of the chairmen
to the committees for the Sophomore
Cabaret were announced yesterday by
Margaret Hiscock, general chairman.
The women chosen by the elections
last Friday are Dorothy Schwarze,
assistant chairman, Julie Kane,
chairman of entertainment, Betty
Rich, chairman of finance, and Win-
ifred Bell, social chairman..
Miss Hiscock appointed the follow-
ing women: Jean Royce, chairman of
decorations, Betty Chapman, chair-
man of costumes, Jean Hanmer,
chairman of publicity, Jean Haber,
chairman of assessments, and Grace
Bartling, chairman of tickets.
Tryouts for the entertainment will
be held on Tuesday from 3 to 6 p. m.
in the Grand Rapids room of the
League. All girls who tryout will be
given one activity point for their
house. All those accepted will give
their houses another activity point
for participation in the Cabaret.
Further appoinments to commit-
tees will be made later.
The nasty factor of unfavorable
distribution makes it true in Bridge
as elsewhere, that at times, "The best
laid plans of mice and men oft go
awry." The hand below is an example
of that and while it was possibly not
bid perfectly, still I would say that it
was bad luck more than anything
else that accounted for the loss in-
curred by North and South in the
hand below.

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Succeeds In Hard Battle Against Current

-Associated Press Photo
Anastasia Scott, 19, is the first of her sex to make the mile and a
half swim from Alcatrez Island in San Francisco Bay to the mainland,
and is shown after finishing the arduous feat. She is the daughter of
Sgt. G. A. Scott, an official of the island prison. Her swim through the
dangerous currents gained special notice because the government re-
cently announced it had chosen the prison for its dangerous convicts.
Fashions Follow The College
Woman Through A Typical Day


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4 Clubs (3)
4 Spades
3 Diamonds (2)
4 Diamonds
5 Diamonds (4)

Double (5)

Let's take a typical college woman
through one of her busiest days, from
the time she rolls out of bed for herj
eight o'clock until she crawls into it
after an evening of dancing.
She starts out for classes in a fur
trimmed swagger suit, with which she
wears a twin sweater set or a con-
trasting satin or taffeta blouse. Or
perhaps she may choose a soft wool-
en dress trimmed with a huge bow
and with tricky shoulder treatment.
With this she will wear a matching
Speakers For
Annual Dinner
Are Announced
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will be the principal speaker at the
Panhellenic Banquet Oct. 30, it was
announced yesterday. Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dr. Margaret Bell, and Ira
Smith will also speak.
At this time the award to the so-
rority having the greatest increase
in its scholastic average will be made.
Tradition will be upset this year
by the fact that the sororities will
not sing songs, as they have in the
past. In announcing the change in
the custom, committee members said
that the practice was followed only
because it was considered a tradition
and that it made the program unnec-
essarily long without adding any-
thing to it.
Mary Fitzpatrick, '34, chairman,
also said that due to the large groups
in some houses, not all the mem-
bers will be able to sit together. In
order to make it possible for the so-
rorities to sit in the order of their
scholastic averages, the committee
has been able to allot not more than
one table to each sorority. Since the
tables hold only about 40, it will be
necessary for the over-flow from the'
large houses to distribute themselves
at other tables.
More than 600 women, a larger at-
tendance than in any recent year,
are expected at the banquet.
Where 0t Go

softie and her low-heeled campus ox-
Then in the afternoon her tea date
calls for a wool and satin afternoon
dress or one in a rough crepe. For
such a dress she favors one of the
rusts or new blue shades and she pre-
fers it simply made. Her high heeled
ties prove the suitable shoes and her
hat often matches the fabric of her
And after all the tasks and duties
of the day are done she turns to
recreation in a big way in a dinner
dress or hostess gown which has a
high neckline in front and is cut
low in the back and made with long
fitted sleeves. It may be of crepe
or velvet or of the new star-dust ma-
terial which has a metallic thread
running through it and is designed
to make the most tomboyish college
girl look romantic.
Officers Installed
In Y.W.C.A. League
New officers of the Blue Triangle
League of the Y. W. C. A. were in-
stalled at a recent meeting,, and plans
for a Hallowe'en party to be given
Tuesday were made. A recognition
service was announced for Nov. 7,
and a tea in observance of the World
Week of Prayer will be held Nov. 12.
The women taking office are the
Misses Dorothy Bird, president; Edith
Walz, vice-president; Florence Burn-
ham, secretary; Hilda Bross, treas-
urer; Marie Wiser, membership
chairman and Florence Wurster, serv-
ice chairman. Other members of the
cabinet are: Miss Helen Russel,
supper c h airma n; Miss Ola
Gates, service chairman; Miss Kath-
leen Davis, board members; and Miss
Ella Kuehner, music chairman.
The league meets every Tuesday
night at the Y: W. C. A. with the.
first Tuesday of the month a free
night; the second a membership
night, the third a birthday meeting
and the fourth a guest night.
Tryouts For Black Quill
To End Tomorrow Noon!
The tryout period for membership
in Black Quill, campus literary so-
ciety, will end tomorrow at noon, ac-
cording to Margaret Shabin, '34,
president. Any manuscripts left at the
League desk before that time will be
considered in the selection of new

To Be Honored
At Sororities
Formals And Teas For The
Pledges To Fill Social
Program This Week
Many sororities entertain this
week with rushing dinners, while ex-
change teas keep pledges busy.
The members of Alpha Epsilon Phi
celebrated Founder's Day with-a for-
mal dinner last Tuesday night. Since
it was the twenty-fifth anniversary
of the sorority, a birthday cake with
25 candles was placed in the center
of the table. Green and white flowers
and white tapers completed the dec-
oration scheme.
Alpha Xi Delta. gave a rushing
dinner for six guests Wednesday.
Decorations typifying fire were used.
Chi Omega entertained at an ex-
change tea for pledges Thursday.
Mrs. A. M. Jacoby was patroness.
The decorations were in yellow and
lavender, this color scheme being
brought out with rose buds and
chrysanthemums. Ruth Leddick,
'37SM, was in charge.
Kappa Delta wishes to announce
I the pledging of Betty Bell, '36, of
Brooklyn, N. Y.
The sorority is entertaining its Na-
tional Inspector, Miss Faith Kuter.
She will be guest of honor at a
large tea to be given Sunday.
The pledges of Kappa Delta will be
entertained at a pledge formal Satur-
day night. Those women to be hon-
ored are: Barbara Otte, '37, Elaine
Cobo, '37, Helen Shapland, '37, Betty
Bell, '36, Joy Snyder, '3711 Sally
Thompson, '37, Elizabeth Harris, '34,
Margaret Ballard, '36, Eudora Srazee,
'36, Jane Fitzgerald, '37, Dolores
Chatard, '36, Phyllis Blauman, '37,
Helen Stramm, '36, and Muriel Hor-
rell, '36.
Mrs. Helen Master, Miss Grace Ku-
ter, Mr. William Lener, and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter F. Hunt will chaperon
the dance. The Cotton Pickers or-
chetra will furnish the music.
Eight guests were entertained at a
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Betty
Spray, '34, who had charge of the
dinner, carried out the decoration
i scheme with white tapers and fall
Jean Hayward, '35, was the guest
of Jane Schnieder, '35, at the Theta
Phi Alpha house Wednesday.
Miss Lola B. McCollough, dean of
women at Hillsdale College, was guest
of honor at a dinner last night at
Helen Newberry Residence.
Members Of Union Band
Will Play For Firemen
Members of the Union orchestra
have been named to play for the,
annual Firemen and Policemen's Ball,
to be held Nov. 13 at the Masonic
Women students will be granted
late permission if they phone the
Dean of Women's office.
University Women Form
Junior High Study Group'
The Ann Arbor branch of the'
American Association of University
Women has formed a new section,
known as the Junior High Study

Group. It will be of particular in-
terest to mothers of children of the
pre-college age as it will discuss prob-
lems of psychology of children from
15 to 17 years old.r

-Associated Press Photo
Marjorie Kiser, of Dayton, 0., is
Ohio State University's homecoming
queen. She will preside at ceremonies
in connection with the gridiron battle
between Ohio State and Northwest-
ern, Oct. 28.
Attendance At
Union Dances
To Be Limited
In order to prevent over-crowding
l of the Union ballroom during the
regular Friday and Saturday night
dances, officials decided yesterday
that attendance in the future, be-
ginning tonight, will be limited.
James Wallace, '35, dance chair-
man, said so many attended last
week-end that it was considered ad-
visable to form the new rule.
Last week-end, while the record-
breaking homecoming and football
crowd was in the city, officials stated
that one of the largest crowds of all
time attended the Union's dances,
and it was this which prompted the
change in policy.
Faculty Reception
Is Held At League
The Faculty Women's Club opened
its program for the year with a re-
ception held yesterday afternoon in
the League ballroom.
Those in the receiving line were
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs.
Emil Lorch, president of the club,
Mrs. Henry Bates, Mrs. Frederick
Novy, Mrs. Marcus Ward, Mrs. Her-
bert Sadler, Mrs. Carl Huber, .Mrs.
Edward Kraus, Mrs. Samuel T. Dana,
Mrs. Clare Griffen, Mrs. James Ed-
monson, Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Charles Sink, and
Mrs. Howard B. Lewis.
Pouring at the te'a tables were
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 H.
Dr. Frankwood Williams
Will Lecture Thursday
Dr. Frankwood Williams of the
National Committee on MentalHy-
giene, New York City, will lecture at
the regular county council meeting of
the Washtenaw County Parent-
Teachers Association Thursday eve-
ning, Nov. 2, stated Mrs. James W.
Beach, Ypsilanti, president.
The business meeting, at which of-
ficers for the coming year will be
elected and the annual dues of one
dollar paid, will be held at 6 p. m.
in the Russian Tea Room of the

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Are Being Shown
For Formal Wear
More about those ever important
accessories, and a helpful hint for
these biting days: don't forget your
mittens. They're smart as well as
practical and don't look half as un-
inspiring as those grubby objects of
your childish memories. In fact,
many are not mittens in the techni-
cal sense of the word, but knit gloves,
equipped with all the regulation
number of fingers. They are gay, the
brighter the better, and are especi-
ally popular in white with colored
For more formal occasions, suede
and kid are still popular with stitch-
ing as good as ever. Evening gloves
are definitely shorter, though there
is one innovation by way of a long
glove which is quite interesting. It
is the bracelet glove, a long kid with
a cut out strip from elbow to wrist,
which is tied together by strips of
the kid, fastened by the most non-
chalant little bows.
Congregationalists Will
Hold Fellowship Dance
There will be a Good Fellowship
Dance held from 9 p. m., to 1 a. m.
tomorrow at Pilgrim Hall by the Con-
gregational Church group. An invita-
tion is cordially extended to the pub-
lic, though a nominal fee will be
charged. The chaperon and patroness
is Miss A. E. Tinker.
Nickle Dances Are Held
By Oregon Sororitiesl
Sororities at Oregon State Uni-
versity have been holding a series of
nickle dances, in which all the hous-
es give dances, with the stags going
from one house to another.
Recently one house took in a grand
total of "443 nickles in one evening.
A local honor society for women,
Cap and Gown, has sponsored the af-

p. in

Two Specialists in
806 South State Street

Two former students of the
versity were united in,marriag
urday when Miss Genevieve Zee
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw,
Zeeb of this city, and Dr. Char
Walton, '33M, Akron, 0., spoke
vows. The wedding was solen
in the parish hall of the Beth
Evangelical Church by the Rev
odore Schmale.
Dr. Walton is employed in t
search laboratories of the Go
Tire and Rubber Co., Akron. I1
Mrs. Walton will spend a we
Chicago and Carlinsville, Ill.,
which they will be at home to f
in Akron.
Women students of Okla
Agricultural and Mechanical C
like those of Michigan, cann
tend out-of-town games withou
mission from their parents.
Foot of Cedar Street
on Huron River

Both sides vulnerable. South dealer.
1. Although possessing only two
honortricksh South can not be
blamed much for bidding one on a
hand with such promising distribu-
tional values.
2. This forcing bid is a little op-
timistic. The bad fit in the spade suit
might warn North that trouble is
ahead. Still, with almost three and
one-half honor tricks, he is not too
optimistic when his partner has
made an opening vulnerable bid.
3. Three spades might be consid-
ered better here by some players but
South evidently thought that dis-
tribution should be more clearly out-
4. This bid is not so bad. as with
no fit in either Clubs orbSpades the
possibility of game contract in either
of those suits seems very dubious.
5. This is of course a perfectly
legitimate double.
The play of the hand was equally
unfortunate. East opened his deuce
of diamonds instead of his more na-
tural lead of the King of hearts.
The King of spades was then played
from dummy which West took with
the Ace. A heart was then played.
back toward the deuce in dummy'
which East took when North went
up with only. his Jack.
East 'then returned the ten of clubs
which West took with the Ace over
the Queen in dummy. West returned
another heart which North finessed
again and East made his other high
heart. East then proceeded to re-
turn another heart which West tookt
with a low diamond.
The Jack of spades was then re-
turned and North trumped his own
trick, as he had all good tricks at
this juncture. He proceeded to take]

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Play Production: "Uncle Tom's
Cabin;" Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
8:15 p. m.
Motion Pictures: Michigan,
"Broadway to Hollywood" with Alice'
Brady; Majestic, "Gold Diggers of
1933' with Joan Blondell; Whitney,
"By Appointment Only" and "Her
Mad Night;" Wuerth, "Jennie Ger-
,hardt" with Sylvia Sidney.
Dancing: Union, Mayfair Dance
at League, Chubb's, Granger's Hut,
Den, Dixie Inn.
out the remaining trumps and of
course the remaining tricks were his
for a lay-down.
Thus the hand was set three tricks
doubled vulnerable for a total of nine
hundred points.


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