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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tickets To Bie
I t league
All This Week
Limit "Nuniber Of Tickets
For independent Wo-
men; Fiddler To Play
Independent women may now se-
cure their tickets for the Panhellenic
Ball to be held Dec. 1.in the League
-Ballroom, Mary Savage, '35, publicity
chairman said yesterday. The number
of tickets that have been placed on
sale for independent women is lim-
ited, she said, and can be secured
at the League Hosiery Shop while
they last.
Betty Spray, '35, general chairman
of the ball, urges all women who are
planning to attend to participate in
the Grand March. Tickets for the
ball are nearing the sell-out point.
Jane Brucker, '35, chairman of tickets
said.
Dick Fiddler, who will play for the
dance, comes here after an engage-
ment with the Lotus Gardens in
Cleveland. Lately he has been broad-
casting over a national hook-up on
which his programs have proven very
popular, committee members say.
Many sororitiefi are planning
breakfasts to take place after the ball.
Those attending may either go back
to their houses or reserve rooms at
the League for this purpose. Late per-
mission. has been granted to those at-
tending the dance until 3 p. m.
1910 Reer Garden
Lopied In Detail
As Cabaret Theme
After searching through attics of
residential Ann Arbor, and the pages
of ancient Life Magazines, the deco-
ration committee of the Sophomore
Cabaret, has unearthed the authentic
background forrthe presentation. The
cabaret proper, ;called the "Brass
Rail," is to take the form of a real
beer garden of 1910. Adjoining the
bar, with a brass rail true to life, and
adorned with huge cartoons of thef
celebrities of the day, will be a dance
hall.
The decorations will be of a senti-
mental nature, and the orchestra will
occasionally render old tunes. The
floor show Is to depict the most mod-
ern 1910 styles in bathing, ballroom,
and bicycling styles of the period.
Down the hall, depicting a street
overhung with trees, guests will find
a good old type Midway, where hot
dogs, pop, and fortune-telling booths
will have busy barkers. Among the
exhibits will be a chapter room of a
fraternity of the era.
In the Nickelodean Theatre (pro-
nounced the-a-ter) the audience will
gasp at the blqod-and-thunder melo-
drama of the Alaskan wilds, produced
with all the snow and storm effects
which so distinguished the acts of the
romantic time.
GRADUATE CLUB
The Graduate Outdoor Club will
hold a dance Saturday, Dec. 2, in the
lounge of Palmer Field House, Henry
Holmes, Grad., is in charge of the
affair.
Irresistible
yFNrm s

forthe
"HARVEST HOP"
-that are the "last
word in style!
-that are so inex-
pensive... and
they always get
your man!
The
ELIZABETH DILLON I
GOWN SHOP
605 East William Street
...Just what
you've been
longing for!
A PERMANENT WAVE
without a machine
without electricity

Will Play For Ball

Dick Fiddler who will play at the
Panhellenic Ball Dec. 1.
Where To1G
Dancing: Chubb's, Hut, Den, Dixie
Inn, Joe Parker's, Preketes.
Motion .Pictures: Michigan, "The
Prizefighter and the Lady" with
Myrna Loy; Majestic, "Footlight Pa-
rade" with Dick Powell and Ruby'
Keeler; Whitney, "State Trooper"
with Evelyn Knapp and Regis Too-
mey.
Riding: Golfside Riding Academy;
8 a. m.

Plans For Ball
December 11
AreCompleted
Patrons and patronesses for the
Harvest Hop were announced recent-
ly by committee members for the
dance. They are President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Commander
W. H. Laird, Prof. and Mrs. O. J.
Campbell, eDean and Mrs. Wilber
Humphreys, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dean
W. B. Rea, Rev. and Mrs. Henry
Lewis, Miss Alta B. Atkinson, and
Miss Ethel McCormick.
Tickets for the ball, which are
priced at $1.50 a couple, have been
placed on sale at the League, Slater's
and Wahr's.
Shan Austin and his orchestra will
play for the dance. Millie Obener,
featured singer over WJR, WXYZ,
and WMBC, will appear with the or-
chedra. Miss Obenor is a blues singer
who until recently has been with the
Casa Loma orchestra.
ALPHA 'LAMBDA:ENTERTAINS
Guests from six countries, includ-
ing India, Mexico, South America,
and the Philippines, as well as all
parts of China, were entertained at
a Thanksgiving party Friday night
by Alpha Lambda, Chinese fraternity.
Honored guests were Prof. Philip Sol-
omon and Prof. and Mrs. Harold J.
McFarlan.

Many Houses On Campus Send
Members To G ame At Evanston

The week-end has been a very quiet
one with many students attending
the game out of town. Several houses,
however, have entertained guests.
Alpha -Rho Chi
Francis Parns, Jr., '33, Bloomfield
Hills, is spending the week-end at
the Alpha Rho Chi house.
Alpha Sigma Phi
Members of Alpha Sigma Phi fra-
ternity who attended the game this
week-end are: Robert Miller, '34,
Robert Renner, '35, Eugene Dunning,
'35, and Sylvester Shea, '34.
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta sorority held a
benefit bridge party yesterday with
Betty Scott, '35, in charge.
Delta Delta Delta
A Founders' Day luncheon was held
yesterday at Delta Delta Delta so-
rority house. A large number of
alumnae attended, not only from the
iota chapter in Ann Arbor, but from
other chapters as well.
Miss Ruth Merrick, alumna, was
in charge of the arrangements. The
next meeting will be held Dec. 6.
Delta Zeta
At a formal dance last night, Delta
Zeta sorority entertained the follow-
ing pledges: Irene Lyons, '37, Janet
Brackett, '36, Gwen Brackett, '35,
Marion McPhee, '36, Janet McPhee,

Betty Hutchinson, '35, Adele Gardner,
'37, Mary M. Smith, '36, and Emma
Luening, '34.
Delta Iau Delta
Ansel B. Smith, '36, Arthur B. Eb-
bers, '34E, Robert J. Hencock, '35,
Hamilton E. Doxey, '35, Daniel F.
Hulgrave, '36, Robert E. Scott, '36,
and Vance W. Noble, '34, of Delta
Tau Delta fraternity attended the
Northwestern game.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Edward Burn, '34E, Arthur Iim-
ball, '35. Karl Giller, '36, Stanley
Smith, '34E, and Richard Gallagher,
'36, of Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater-
nity attended the Northwestern}
game.
Kappa Delta
Kappa Delta sorority announces

Home-Cooked, Family

Thanksgivin-g
Dinner
Served in the Main Dining Room
at the.
Michian Leagu~e
from 12:0,0 to 3:000

the pledging of Gladys Margraf; '37, Harris, '34,rHelen Strai, '3
and Mary Adamski, '36. Murieo rrel. '34,wAent throe
Margaret Ballard, '36, rElizabeth ond degree initiation last weel

SALE of
PERFUMES and
COSMET ICS
Fifth Avenue Shop
300 South Main St.

PRICE $1.00

Telephone 2-3251
for
Your Reservations

'36, Betty Walz, '35, Harriet Crow, '35

jst arrived.
rmany recent New York
prch-ases-dresses for
all occasions - prices
begin at twelve seventy-
Special Soles on Winter
Dresses and Coats
c. . hutzel shops
Main at Liberty

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The PAN-HELLENIC BALL marks the advent of the sea-
son s outstanding formals. Your appearance on the way
to the dance is just as important as at the Ball. Evening
_,wraps are lovely when in proper condition but their intri-
cateness and costliness can easily be destroyed by improper

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Monday Special

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Dresses

Daytime and School
CREPES SATINS
COMBINATIONS WOOLS
EEL GRAY BLUE GREEN
$4.45
Values fo.$7.9 5

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cleaning and pressing.

193 3 "Pan-Hell," knows that GREENE'S are well equipped
and attend her wraps with precision.
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Miss Spray, the chairman of the

FORMAL DANCES demand style ... style that hs a.asul
well-bred air of distinction. Perfect processing of these del-
icate materials imaintains that high stylishness. Painstazing
care and attention are given your garrent at GREE-NE 'S.

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if their appearance is to
be kept--

Comifortable, Quick,
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