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193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

S OCI ETY

Many Students
Plan To Attend
Illinois Game

This Year's Necklines Will Be
Higher, French Designers Say

Pledge Formals,
Parties Engage
Staying In Ann

House
Students
Arbor

The game at Chicago will be well
attended again this week-end, as
fraternity and sorority lists show.
But for those who aren't at the game
there will be more pledge parties.
Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi sorority entertained at
an informal dance last night. Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Bittinger and Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Hayden acted as chaper-
ones.
Alumnae who returned for the par-
ty are as follows: Marie Stoetzner,
'33, of Grosse Pointe; Louise Wood-
ward, '32, of Port Huron; Mary
Browne, '33, of Trenton; Jean Dela-
marter, '35, of Grand Rapids; Kath-
erine Schmelzer, '33, of Saginaw;
and Mary Barnett, '33, and Corine
Krentler, '32, both of Detroit.
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis sorority will en-
tertain at a pledge formal tonight.
Mrs. H. M. Robertson and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Angell will act as chap-
erones. Miss Peggy Duggan, of De-
troit, and Miss Josephine Cannon,
'33, of Iron River, will return for the
dance. Max Gail's orchestra will
play at the party.
Delta Tau Delta
Lewis Kearns, '35, was chairman of
an informal pledge dance held Fri-
day night with Kenneth Lundquist's
Orchestra furnishing music. Guests
present were: Eleanor Blum, '35, El-
eanor Noyes, '36, Irene Markle, '37,
Betty Sinclair, '36, Mary Phillips, '34.
Kathryn A. Rietdyk, '36, Georginv
Karlson, '35, Marian McDowell, '37,
Ruth Judson, '37, Jean Perry, '36.
Nan E. Diebel, '35, Katherine C.
Shannon, '36, Virginia R. Ulrich, '35,
Lucile B. Wright, '36, Helen Price;
'36, Virginia Randolph, '37, Beulah
Borgerding, '35, Ann Warner, '36,
Mary Ferris, '35, Frances Odell, '37
Elsie A. Pierce, '37, Winifred Arnold,
'37, Marie E. Heid, '35, Mary E. Mac-
Ivor, '37, Marjorie N. Swan, '37, Vir-
ginia Spray, '37, Mary Alice Krieger,
'37, Esther Greenwood, '36, Margaret
Cowie, '36.
Phi Beta Delta
The following members of Phi Be-
ta Delta fraternity will attend the
Michigan-Illinlois game this week-
end: Seymour Goldsmith, '35, Eman-
uel Fishman, '35L, Maurice Nayer,
'34 Med., Seymour Romanonoff, '37,
and Albert Blumenfeld, '35 Eng.
Phi Kappa
Members of Phi Kappa attending
the Illinois game are: Martin J. Ca-
vanaugh, '34, Frank Neider, '34
Charles E. Rackor, '34, John Edgar,
'34, George Munger, '34, Paul Doran,
'36, John Browne, '36, Frederick
Sundstrom, '375M, and James Chris-
tiansen, '35.
Phi Kappa ,Sigma
Phi Kappa Sigma members at-
tending the Illinois game are: Kent
Thornton, '34, and William Crumb,
'36.-

By BARBARA BlEAUFORT
(Associated Press Fashion Editor)
PARIS, Nov. 3.-(/P)-"Height" is
the only rule for this year's neck-
lines.
In mold, cut, and treatment, they
vary with each designer, but they
have one quality in common - they,
are universally high. Scarcely a day-
time neckline falls below the collar-
bone, and many of them mount up-
wards to the chin.
'Clerical' and 'Chinese'
Neat little "clerical" collars, stand-
ing straight upright, give a 1934
stamp to trim wool frocks, while flat
round "Chinese" .necklines, cupping
to the base of the neck in a manner.
suggestive of an oriental woman's
coat, are found on afternoon frocks.
Two big flowers poised just to the
left of the chin on a high draped
neckline are one designer's way of
calling attention to the neck, while
another uses ruffled jabots to give
the high-neck touch.
Repeating Style History
Chin collars are back on dresses
for the first time in a decade. Satin
or crepe afternoon models often are
designed with collars that mount to
the chin and roll softly downward.
A brilliant clip or brooch poised a bit
to one side gives the finishing touch
of elegance.
Scarfs of every conceivable design

give a "high" finish to fall frocks.
They knot about the neck in a man-
ner recalling the Ascot tie, they
swathe around the throat and fall
down the back, they tie under the
chin in a big perky bow.
Generally they are of a different
fabric and color from that of the <
dress, which serves to call attention
to their height.
Coats, Too
Scores of winter coats likewise fa-
vor the high-necked effect. Fox col-
lars wrapped closely about the front
of the throat and falling down the
back like a necklace, skunk -furs that
tie in a big bow under the chin and
high-standing chin collars are the
last word in coat chic.
nosher-Jordan
s old
Informal Party
Mosher-Jordan Halls are giving an
informal dance from 9 to 12 p. m.
tonight. The halls will be decorated
with fall flowers.
In Jordan the chaperons are to be
Miss Isabel Dudley and Miss Dorothy
Birdzell. Al Cowan and his orchestra
will play. The social chairman,
Martha Bowan, '34, is in charge and
Leah Ackerman, '34, is responsible
for the decorations.
In Mosher, Mrs. Martha Rae, Miss
Kathleen Hamm, Miss Marcella
Schneider, and Miss Katherine Coke
will be chaperons. The music will be
furnished by the Ambassadors. Le-
nore LeGendre, '34, social chairman,
is in charge.
Elect Students To
Club Membership!

Annual Drive
For Garments
To End Soon
Necessity For Building Up
'Leaders Of The Future'
Is Emphasized
The Needlework Guild's annual
collection of garments for the needy
will be completed by next Tuesday,
Mrs. William H. Faust, president, an-
nounces. The articles are to be on
display from 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesday in
the Grand Rapids room of the
League.
Each member of the Guild con-
tributes annually two articles of
clothing or household linen. All the
donations are then turned over to
local charity organizations for dis-
tribution. It is expected that 2,000
articles will be received this year.
Among newly appointed directors
of the society are Mrs. Robert An-
gell, Mrs. James F. Bourquin, Mrs.
George Caron, Mrs. Frank Cornwell,
Mrs. A. B. Custis, Mrs. R. T. Dobson,
Jr., Mrs. Julio del Toro, Mrs. Harvey
Emery, Mrs. L. M. Gram, Mrs. Wil-
liam Giefel, Mrs. J B. Hays, Mrs.
Robert Hall, Miss Elizabeth Ladd,'
Mrs. Glen Loveless, Mrs. Max Peet,
Mrs. Nathan Potter, Mrs. Theophile
Raphael, Mrs. George Rinsey, Miss
Katherine Sellew, Mrs. R. E. Spokes,
Mrs. L. C. Stewart, Mrs. John Sund-
wall, and Mrs. Peter VanBoven.

Faculty Women's
Club Plans Dance
To Be Given Soon
The Faculty WoMen's Club will
begin its annual winter season of
formal faculty and alumni dances
with a party to be held Nov. 20, in
the Union Ballroom.
The series, which has been given
for a number of years by the club,
will continue with dances on Jan. 9,
Jan. 31, Feb. 22, March 21, and April
24. There will be special features
for each dance. The dances are from
9 to 12 p. m.
Assisting Mrs. W. V. Marshall,
chairman of arrangements, are Mrs.
J. L. Blott, Mrs. Harold Gordon, Mrs.
Charles Jamison, Mrs. George Lewis,
Mrs. Willard Olson, and Mrs. Albert
Peck.
Mayor Speaks
On eed. For
Good Schools
Needlework Guild P lans
Exhibition Of Articles
At League Tuesday
Stressing the necessity for schools
which will build the leaders of - the,
future, Mayor Robert A. Campbell
urged the members of the West Side'
Women's Club "to carry on so that
these children will lead on where
we leave off" at the regular meeting
of the club Thursday night at the
Mack School.
Mayor Campbell spoke of the need
for friendliness among neighbors,
saying "if there is a block in our
city where the people do not know
each other, that spot should be
changed so that the neighbors are
friendly."
Pride in one's city, especially pride
in "beautiful Ann Arbor," was cited
as another contributing factor to the
"making of a good city," the topic
which Mayor Campbell had chosen
for the talk.
Mrs. Raleigh Blouch, president of
the club, presided at the meeting
with Mrs. Henry Schneider and her
committee serving as hostesses.
Entertainment was provided by the
singing of Margaret Benz, who was
accompanied at the piano by Miss
Dorothy Haas.

The
GflD-fIBOUT!

Red-Haired Stella Goes
For Black Crepe Gown
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.-(AP)-The
coppery-haired Stella Aiken, new
member of the department of jus-
tice staff, wears a dance frock of
black sheer crepe made with long
sleeves that cover half the back of
her hand. The neckline is high, slit
in back to the waist with dozens of,
tiny, sparkling buttons holding it in
place.

Campus Masons To l
Business Meeting
The first meeting of the C:
Club, student Masonic orga
will take place at 7:30 p. i
aat M~asonic Hall. H~oward N~
han of the organization cc
announced yesterday. This rt
zprimiarily one of business dE
all masons on the campus a
to attend, Holihan said.

q

The B. M. 0. C.'s (big men on
campus, to you greenies) must go
for charcoal grilled, barbecue sand-
wiches in a terrific way, by the
way they're flocking to The Dixie
Barbecue. Real southern style
barbecues, the only place in town
where you can get them ! The
orchestra is smooth, the prices way
way down, to say nothing of the
fact that there's no cover charge.
So when you have a heavy evening
to spend, little money to do it
with, and want a real beer garden,
or barbecue, ankle down as soon
as you get your date to The Dixie.
* * *
The Ann Arbor rain drizzles pit-
ter-patter, and the sidewalks go
spit-spat, and a day is ruined by
the spots on your hose. But we've
fooled the bad-luck genii by get-
tin' rain-proof, spot-proof hose at
the Smartest Hosiery Shop, at 300
South State. Get a spot, rub it,,
and pouf, it's gone! The smoothest
of new fall shades in these sheer
necessities just cry for sunny days
too, however, and are said to be
absolutely the longest wearing
hose in town. And the prices are,
oh, my dearest of readers, oh, so
cheap.
When as a fresh you came to
Ann Arbor, your hair started to
act rebellious, and probably will
until you go to Quarry Inc. and
ask for the shampoo that is right
for your looks and this tress-
ruining water. We found liquid
soaps of famous makes on their
chelves, dry powder shampoos for
removing oil, cleverly boxed sham-
poos to add oil, and tinting rinses'
to aid in adding gloss. For those
of ye fresh who don't know it as
yet, Quarry's is the spot where one
buys Elizabeth Arden products,
those miracle makers.

Kappa, Theta Girls
Are Cold, DePauw
Heat Scale Shows
GREENCASTLE, Ind., Nov. 3.-
(Special)-What was rated by cam-
pus critics as "the most complete and
the most brief analysis ever made
of the sorority situation at DePauw"
ivas publicized here recently in the
form of a thermomenter which was
Supposed to indicate the varying de-
;rees of "femininity."
Entitled "Co-Eds - Your Tempera-
ture," the survey rated Alpha Chi
Omega slightly below the boiling
point, whereas Kappa Alpha Theta
and Kappa Kappa Gamma were con-
,eded a place near the zero line.
Delta Delta Delta, Alphi Phi, Delta
Zeta, Alpha Omicron Pi, and Alpha
~amma Delta were marked "Advance
it your own risk."
The first prize went to Mansfield
Hall, a dormitory, which ran con-
siderably over the maximum mark of
300 degrees.
Ann Arbor Women
Discuss.New Pla
The drama division of the Ann
arbor Women's Club met Thursday
ifternoon at the home of Mrs. Her-
>ert G. Iler, 1331 Olivia Ave. Mrs.
Dwight Dumond gave a book review
:f "Dinner at Eight," by Edna Fer-
per and George Kaufman.
Mrs.,C. Merle Dixon sang two se-
lections, and Mrs. M. L. Young pro-
3ented "Being Clinicked," a mono-
logue by Alice Hegan Rice. Tea was
Served following the program.

Most ramances begin under a
glowing fall moon, but it's the true
beauty in the daytime that counts.
Lure of Eve cosmetics, blended
especially for you, can give you
glamour under any light, we're
happy to say, and they correct
flaws and make your skin clearer
and finer. It's a fascination with
women, this being beautiful busi-
ness. Let the Lure of Eve techni-
cian at Jacobson's create for you
the combination of make - up
shades that will highlight your
natural coloring and reveal your
innate charm.
* * *
We can'4 emphasize too much
the necessity for a glamorous ap-
pearance on a dance floor, after a
rough and ready day on campus
and at the stadium. Let the Eliza-
beth Dillon Shop solve your charm
problem for the Union Formal.
It's the most homelike of shops
to browse around in, and if you're
lucky, you'll find as we did, a cur-
rant red, sleek-fitting, d i n n e r
frock, with flowers following the
decollete line from shoulder to
waist in back for the sophisticate
miss. And for her younger sister,
a dainty gown topped with a vel-
veteen jacquette.
It's a keen-o idea to get your
Christmas shopping done while
the allowance is still on the check,
but if you're not made that way,
we still recommend the League
Hosiery Shop for selection of that
gift. We really forgot our Scotch
ancestors while looking at their
figurines balancing ashtrays, their
dainty boudoir lamps, and what-
nots. Or if you are NRA minded,
send Aunt Susie the dome-topped
manicure set containing red, white
and blue bottles with a nail-white
pencil in the center.

Prof. Slosson
Will IAddres's
Club__Meeting
Prof. Preston Slosson will speak
at the monthly meeting of the Jun-
ior group of the A. A. U. W., to be
held at 6:15 p. in. Wednesday in
the small ballroom of the Union.
Prof. Slosson will talk on "Present
Trends in Politics and Possible Re-
sults," which will include some of
the conclusions he reached during
his study of European politics, made
while abroad last year.
During the year, the group will
discuss modern trends along lines of
literature, religion, architecture, for-
estry and medicffe. The major group
is giving a tea at 3 p. m. Saturday
at the Union. Rev. H. P. Marley will
speak on "Problems of the Bitumi-
nous Coal Miner." r.

Seventeen students whose homes
are either in or near Rochester, N. Y.,
were elected to membership in the
Rochester-Michigan Club at a meet-
ing held recently at the Union.
Those chosen are as follows: Don-
ald MacCollum, '34E, Hugh Weld, '37,
Theodore Steinhausen, '37, Richard
Holyer, '36, Paul Forth, '37, Michale
Cronmiller, '36, John Asbourne, '37,
John Hellaby, '37E, Dixon Lathrop,
'37A, Russell Coward, '36, Richard
Hardenbrook, '37, Clark Whited,
'37Ed, Wesley Brew, '37, William
Sheehan, '37E, Robert Hunter, '34,
Nelson Neiman, '37, and Samuel Peet,
'36E.
Al Cowan Will Furnish
Music At Dance Tonight
Al Cowan will furnish the music
for the graduate dance to be held
tonight at the Women's Athletic
Building. The party will be informal,
as the purpose of the dance is to
give graduate students an opportu-
nity to meet one another easily.
Those who will assist at the dance
will be Miss Jeannette Perry. Miss
Dorothy Ogborn, Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene Power, Miss Dorothy Beise and
Miss Marie Hartwig. Dancing will
be from 9 until 12 p. m.
IWhere To GoI

Phi Kappa Tau
Members of Phi Kappa Tau at-
tending the Illinois game are: Ber-
nard Stilson, William Wagner, Stan-
ley Harrison, '34, and Donald Hill,
'36P.
Phi Mu Alpha
Members of Phi Mu Alpha fra-
ternity attendingathe game this
week-end are: Walter Schaefer, Jr.,
'36, George Northindge, '36, Orville
Cluck, '34, Lewis Kearns, '35, and
Hamilton Doxey, '35.
The a Phi Alpha will honor their
pledges at a closed formal dance to-
night. Margaret Robb, '34, is in
charge of the arrangements. Chap-
erones will includ~e Mrs. Maude Cush-
ian Thompson, house mother, and
Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Sherzer.
Sigma Kappa
Jacqueline Sanborn, '35, and Veld
G. Weis, '34, will attend the Illinois
game at Champaign this week-end.
Sigma Phi
Sigma Phi is entertaining this
week-end with a house party. Thy

9 Perish As Fire
Sweeps Apartment
BROOKLYN, N. Y., Nov. 3 - (P) -
Nine Negroes died and three were in-
jured when fire swept an apartment
house early today.
The dead, including six children,
were found by firemen on the top
floor and on the roof of the build-
ing, apparently trapped there as they
sought to escape from the flames.
The fire started in a lower hallway
and spread rapidly. Other persons
in the house fled in their nightcloth-
es.
When firemen brought the fire
under control, after more than an
hour's battle, a search was made of
the ruins in the belief additional
persons may have been trapped.
The apartment -house, a thre--
story frame building, was in the
Brownsville section of Brooklyn, a
tenement district.
Police had not determined the ori-
gin of the fire.
TO HOLD DANCE AT LEAGUE
Bill Marshall's Orchestra under
the direction of Bill Sothers will fur-'
nish music for dancing at the
League tonight as the more than 200
guests who are expected take the
floor of the League Ballroom. ;

Central Ameri can
Monkeys Aid Drab
Research Progra n
There's a bit of the atmosphere of
Guatemala in the Pharmacology,
Building in the persons of six small
monkeys. They have been brought
from distant Central America as part
of the great narcotic research pro-
gram which the University Pharma-
cological department is carrying on
in conjunction with the University
of Virginia.
The simian visitors have only re-
cently arrived. In fact, they have
only been here for four days but they
are doing very well and like the
country very much, thank you.
They are not at all difficult to
keep because, fortunately, their wants
are very simple. A couple of apples1
and one or two bananas, a few slices
of bread and a leaf of lettuce and
they are -quite content. Their one
worry in life is pneumonia. The
weather up here is a little more chil-
ly than that of their native country
but the cage room is kept warm and
they scarcely notice the difference.
It is still an open question as 'to
just how close the relutionship be-
tween men and monkeys is; however
it is safe to say that a Fundamental-
ist watching these animals jump
about, scratch themselves and munch
their apples, would receive quite a
shock.

Every Evening

PersonQl Supervision of Chgrles P. Pulle

NOONDAY LUNCHEON . . 35c

Corner 4th and Huron

No Cover Charge

uisone StabE
FAIRGROUNDS (Out Jackson Avenue)
Good Gaited Mounts Fine Bridle Paths
Wednesday and Friday Nights, 7-10 Illuminated Tr
Moonlight Rides - with Refreshments
Sunday Night Supper Rides
Men's and Women's Classes

DANCE and DINE at
JOE PARKER'S CAFE

guests will be Jean Laitner, '36, Mar-
jorie Turner, '37, Virginia Chapman,
'35, Barbara Sutherland, '35, Alison
Tennant, '36, Jane Peter, '34, Bar-
bara Morgan, '35, Katherine Mac-
!regor, '34, andEleanor Young, '36.
Out of town guests include Helen
Jrawn and Florence O'Nell, of
3rosse Pointe; Katherine Schmeltzer,
>f Saginaw: Ann Fredericks, and
?hyllis Sergeant, of Grand Rapids;
etty Renaud, of Trenton, N. J.; and
Harriet Thieleman, of Grand Ha-
ven.
Music is being furnished by Max
and Wallace Gail's orchestras. The
:haperons are Mr. and Mrs. John
Bergelin.

Dancing: Union, League, Ballroom,
Chubb's, Grangers, Hut, Den, Dixie
'nn, Jae Parker's.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "My.
Weakness" with Lew Ayres; Majes-
tic, "The Bowery" with Wallace
Beery; Wuerth, "The Central Air-
port" with Richard Barthelmess;
Whitney, "Breach of Promise" with
Chester Morris.
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