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VIany Houses
Entertain Over
ASt eek-End
1 Fr~ :t-aC r
V~acaem With Dinners
Taking adivan c of the last week-
id beforc valam>on. many houses on
Iripus ar cntertamnin with formals
id dinner dances, Over 21 frater-
tics and so:'ritb are holding
mnces either Friday or Saturday
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity is hold-
g a house party over the week-end.
r. and Mrs. G. D. Daugherty are
iaperoning the affair, which has
en arranged by J. G. Griswold, Jr.,

To Dance Tonight

June Warsaw, Co-Ed Magician Professors And
lo es To Be A Mathemratiiean Wives Attend
By KATHERINE STARR ident would envy. Not only can she Ce lebrations3
Yawn indifferently when a little make money disappear, but she can_
gray mouse comes hopping playfully also make it multiply.
out of your typewriter. Maintain your Miss Warsaw is able to extrac R Residents of Helen Newberry dor-
equilibrium if your ink bottle disap- rabbits from silk hats and cause mitory entertained last night with
pears from the top of your desk and beautiful women to vanish into space, their. third important dinner of the
turns up mysteriously in your bath- but she does not as a rule perform season. The tables were attractively
tub. For strange disappearances and such spectacular stunts. "I try to con- decorated with red candles. Among
stranger reappearances may be ex- fine myself to 'vest pocket tricks,'''edertswhoharend e Amofg
pected on the campus while June she declares. "This avoids my having the guests who attended were: Prof.
Warsaw, '34, co-ed magician, is a to make elaborate preparations when and Mrs. W. R. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
student here. I come to a new platform." N. W. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Miss Warsaw, who was recently Restoring objects previously torn, Steere, Mr. and Mi'rs. A. R. Morris,
photographed by Paramount news- burned, or disjointed is Miss War- Mr. and Mrs D. W. McCready, Mr.
reel cameraman, has performed before! saw's specialty. She is also expert and Mrs. J. N. Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs.
large audiences in various parts of at performing card tricks, and is able D. C. Long, and Mr. S. M. Scott.
Michigan. Her father, A. J. Warsaw to change clubs into spades, jacks Mary Adarnski, '36, entertained
of Grand Rapids, is a non-profes- into queens, and kings into aces. Yes, after dinner with a piano recital.
sional magician of note and is now she admits that her ability serves Elsa Van Slyke, '35, was in charge of
president of the western Michigan, her in good stead in bridge and poker the affair.
branch of the International Brother- games.
hood of Magicians, of which Miss When asked how she liked per- entertained at a Christmas faculty
Warsaw is one of the few feminine forming before the camera, Miss dinner last night, Red roses and green
members. Mr. Viarrrsaw hbe an in W~raurnir " " sn n®fri~r

Newest Hat Models
Are Not Becoming
To Many Women


PARIS, Dec. 7 - (AP) -1Hts are
off the forehead again.
The newest models seem designed
to decree, "Show your face," for they
are worn far enough back to set the
features in bold relief. Some of them
are set well back of the hair line
while others frame the face like a
hoed. With the forehead so boldly
revealed the line is often drawn low-
er on the sides and in back in a
manner suggesting a bonnet.
Hats that dip over the forehead
are still shown by most of the lead-
ing modistes, however, for the bold-
ness of the new line is unbecoming
to many women. Berets pulled for-
ward in a piquant point and toques
with a feather perched at a rakish
angle on top are worn by many of
the best-dressed Paris women.

Barristers Initiate
11 New Members
Barristers, hronoay senior law
fraternity, initiated 11 men recei'tly.
The new members are: Thomas I.
Hefferan, Walter D. Icu'ick, Laur-
ence E. Hartwig. card H. rin,
Edwin L. Stanley, Charles H. Miltner,
Howard W. Fant, David K. Rankin,
Lee Henson, John W. Steen, Fred V.
A banquet at the Union follow:d
the mock ilrial which resulted in
David Rankin being acquitted of a
heinous offense. Samuel Weilman,
president of the Earristers. acted as
toastmaster. Professor Jesse Reeves
addressed the initiates.


Kappa Sigma is holding a limited
bid party with music furnished by
Al Cowan's band. The house will be
decorated in Christmas manner. The
guests of the party will be Dr. and
Mrs. M. R. McGarvey, and Prof. and
Mrs. F. N. Menefee.
James Cook, '36, has planned the
dance at Alpha Kappa Lambda,
which will be chaperoned by Prof.
and Mrs. A. J. Jobin, Prof. and Mrs.
C. M. McConkey, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Sampson.
Members of Beta Theta Phi fra-
ternity are entertaining at a dinner
dance tonight.- Mlr. andrMrs. For-
rest A. Heath will chaperone. Delta
Tau Delta is holding a dance tonight
which will be chaperoned by Dr. W.
M. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
At Lambda Chi Alpha, Lieut. and
Mrs. R. R. Coursey will be the chap-
erones. The party has been planned
by F. W. Hartman, '35.
Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity are entertaining with a
closed formal dinner dance tonight.
Music will be furnished by the "Am-
Tommy Conmer's band will play
for the closed formal at Sigma Nu
fraternity. The dance is to be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oakes.
Phi Kappa Tau is holding a formal
dinner dance, which will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn
Robert Young, '36, is in charge of
an informal closed dance to be held
at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity
tonight. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Durfee
ahd Prof. and Mrs. Earl D. Moore
will chaperon the party. The mem-
bers of Theta Delta Chi will enter-


Dorothy Roth, '35, Fpith Critten-
den, and Rose Anne Manchester, as
they will appear before those who
attend the Sophomore Cabaret and
the League Fair tonight at the
tain at a closed formal dance to-
night. Russ White's orchestra will
furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold M. Dorr will be the guests of
the party. Fred George, '34, is mak-
ing all arrangements for the dance.
Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity will
entertain tonight with a formal
dance. James, K. Davis, '36, is in
charge. A Detroit orchestra will play.
The Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority will
be converted into a night club to-
night to entertain the pledges at a
formal dance. Prof. and Mrs. Moritz
Levi and Prof. and Mrs. I. L. Sharf-
man will chaperon the party. Max
Gail's orchestra will furnish the mu-
sic. Helen Levinson, '35, will make
all arrangements for the dance.
Dr. I. Jerome Hauser and Mr. and
Mrs. L. Baum will act as chaperones
at the closed formal dance tonight
at the Phi Sigma Delta fraternity.
To Conduct Candle
Lighting Services
The student fellowship of the Con-
gregational Church will conduct its
Second Annual candle lighting service
at 7 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 10, in the
main auditorium of the Congrega-
tional Church, it has been announced
by Mrs. A. D. Tinker, director of thek
student group.
The candle lighting will be accom-
panied by a program of Christmas
music presented under the direction
of Miss Ruth Pfohl, instructor in the
School of Music, and Lyle Shumate,
'34SM. Miss Pfohl and Mr. Shumate
are being assisted in preparing the
program by Professors David Mat-
tern and Nicholas Falcone of the
School of Music.
The music will be presented by
a harp sextet, four trombones, violins,
violincellos, organ, choir, and vocal
soloist. Unusual effects will be ob-,

11C~ui.I. . .-uwugu in-warsaw repie:" a oerrll
Iie wa me ociy tapers decorated the tables. Amon
structing his daughter in the art of impressed than ever of the fact that the guests present were Prof. and
magic when she was a high school almost half of a magician's success thesB A. Soule, Prof. and Mrs. W.
student in Grand Rapids. Since then lies in his having a good patter. Since Gs. SB. A. So, Prof. and Mrs. J. L.
Miss Warsaw has read books on the picture was made as a, silent, I Powers, Prof and Mrs' Waldo Ab-
magic and has invented stunts of her was not able to talk andathus felt bot, Mr and Mrs. A. K. Stevens, Mr.
own to add to her repertoire. She has rather handicapped. A magician!;tand M R. A. K.nace , Mr.
met both Thurston and Blackstone greatly depends on conversation to and Mrs. R. A. Winnacker, Miss
when they were guests at her father's divert his audience's attention from Katherine Hill, Mr. J. C. O'Neill, and
home and has exchanged tricks with what he is doing. But the movie was
both great magicians. lots of fun anyway." Vivian Vischer, '35, was in charge
of arrangements for the dinner.
Despite her present financial suc- fo
cess, Miss Warsaw does not intend t_
leaving college. Instead she aspires to rr
be a mathematician, and certainly 4yo Sn 1- h, l [g
she possesses an ability that any ha- Soph Cabaret: "Come Up Some-
rassed corporation head or bank pres- time"; League, 3:30 and 8 p. m~-.
Motion Pictur'es: Michigan, "'Ken- Di'. John L. Seton, president of.
1I F 1nel Murder Case" with William Pow- Albion College, will be the guest of
+'1any i acnft y Ili; Majestic, "Wayto Love" and honor at a dinn to be given at 6
fri "College Coach" with Dick Powell; p. m. today at Stalker Hall. The pur-
'Iembhers Are Whitney, "Savage Gold" and "Hello pose of the dinner is threefold: to
'Trouble." honor Dr. Seton, who was recently
lancing: League, Union, Hut, elected a member of the local Wes-
S Chubb's, Jle Parker's,. Dixie Inn, iey Foundation Board; to enable him
Preketes. I to meet the student leaders of Stalkerj
_Hall; and to serve as a reunion of1
The patrons and patronesses for former Albion students who are
the performances of the Sophomore NeiT - >e f ither studying or teaching in this
Cabaret have been announced. For NeUniversity. After dinner, Dr. Seton
Friday night they are as follows:, " will speakto the guests about stu-
President and Mrs. Alexander G.1 n u midlif ie g dent religious work.
Ruthven, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E.i fedn-wo
Bursley; Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof.
Lewis G. VanderVelde, Mrs. Byrl F. Soug'ht H e r e Wonen' Sorority Gives
Bacher, Prof. and Mrs. Preston W. (___Party Ikf ore hrishi as
Slosson, Dean and Mrs. Wilbur R. A humidifier cheap enough to be
Humphreys, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur D. Kappa Phi, Methodist women's so-
Moore, Prof. and Mrs. Robert C. An- installed in any home, is the object rority, gave a Christmas party Tues-
gel rf n r. es .Reeof experiments being conducted by roiy!aeaCrsmspryTis
gell, Prof. and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves Prof. Axel Marn, of the mechanical day night. The after-dinner progran
and Dr. and Mrs. James D. Bruce. engineering department. included a play presented by Betty
For Saturday the patrons are Dean eIMiller, '37, Dorothy Quaife, '37, Betty
and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean Wal- From the standpoint of hygiene, Griffith, '34, Marian Sweet, '35, Doris
ter B. Rea, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. and ;the humidifier is universally approved Joffe, '34, Rosalyn Chapel, '35, and
Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum, Dean and by doctors and hygienists. Heretofore, Betty Reading, '37
Mrs. G. Carl Huber, Vice-President Professor Marin said, humidifying
and Mrs. Shirley Smith, Miss Jean- devices have been f' tr too expensive
nette M. Perry, Dean and Mrs. Ed- to permit their installation in any GIVES 1)AN CE ANI BRIDGE
ward H. Kraus, Prof. and Mrs. 0. J. but the most expensive residences. I The annual dance and bridge party
Campbell, Prof. and Mrs. Herbert A. The device sought would be at- of the Blue Triangle League was held
Kenyon, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van tachable to any type of steam fur- Dec. 6 at the League. Bridge was
Duren, Jr., Prof. and Mrs. Daniel nace and would be capable of raising played from 9 to 12 p. m. with a prize
Rich, Dean and Mrs. James B. Ed- the amount of moisture in the air offered for every table. Marvin
monson, Prof. and Mrs. Fielding H. by almost 30 gallons a day. The ex- Druckenbrod and his Victors fur-
Yost, Miss Alto B. Atkinson, Miss El- periment is being conducted with nished music for dancing. Miss Edith
len B. Stevenson, Miss Marie Hart- funds provided by the Humidaire Walz was general chairman for the
wig, and Miss Virginia Peaseley. Corporation of America. affair.

.Cosmopoitan Chtb
To Hold Progyram,
The Cosmopolitan Club will hold
its annual Christmas dance at 8:30
p. m. tomorrow in Lane Hall. All
men and women interested are in-
vited to attend. During the Christ-
mas program 10 cent gifts, which the
guests are asked to bring, will be
exchanged. The admission price is
5i0 cents a couple.
The committee in charge of the
dance consists of Mr. Norman Li,
Grad.; Dalmacio Miranda, '34; and
Alice Estavillo, Grad.
f i ntIsel iA d ,Gretel To
lierGiven At Matinee
A special matinee of "Hansel
and Gretel" for students in the
school of music and the school of
education will be given Thursday,
Miss Ethel McCormick announced.
There will be no matinee Satur-
day, however.
blight Instr action
Local Passenger Flights
Special Charter Trips
Il I Municipal Airport
4320 South State
-I N3Day Phone 9270
Night Phone 7739 1

Choice of al $3.95
and $4.95
F'all ant iter

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Vacation is coming, and these
chic Connxie Cetosoffer
the very 1atest in ide at sur-
prisingly low prices . . . So
here is an opportune chance
to save wisely and stylishly by
getting your Chiristni foot-
wear at January prices.
Choose from
Ann Arbor's Smartest Footwear

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Special at
Hockmeyer Corduroy
Blanket Lined
dicker Innerlining

tained, according to
especially with the
and the trombones.
The candle lighting
ing to Mrs. Tinker,
humanity's efforts
Christmas time the

Prof. Mattern,
harp ensemble
service, accord-
is symbolic of
to obtain at
peace and joy

Lawyers Club Holds
Xmias Dance Tonight
The Lawyers Club will entertain
tonight at their annual Christmas
Formal Dance. George Knowles, '34L,
is in charge. Admission will be by
ticket or by invitation of a member.
Late permission until 2 a. m. for
women attending has been granted
by the Senate Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs, according, to Mr.
Knowles, as has been customary in
previous years. Buddy Field's orches-
tra is to play, being well known in
Detroit for their presentations at the
Detroit Athletic Club. Buddy Fields
is the writer of many popular tunes,
among them being "You Gotta Be a
Football Hero."

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A Large And Choice
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Priced a t l5c and up

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116 East Liberty St.

which the Savior brought with him
into the world.
A similar service was presented last
year, when it was so enthusiastically
received that its sponsors decided to
prepare another for 1933.
The general public, including chil-
dren, is invited to attend.

314 South State

Sophomore Cabare

"The Stationery And Typewriter Store"





The League Fair

A Meloraa- "The Wolf at the Door"
given in the "Palace Nickelodeon"

Shirts . .
Shoes .

$1.95 to $2.50

Jewelry Of All Kinds For
Formal Wear


50c to $2.50


$1 to $1.50

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$7 to $8.50


Dressing Robes

$1.95 to $6.50
$5.50 to $12.50
$2.50 to $4

The largest selection ever shown, and
the smartest styled ties in Ann Arbor.

.. . 'icture Gallery
. . .Campus Exhibits


... A "Midway


S... .$27.50 to $37.50
...........$2. to $2.50

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Tex Vests
White and Black

Fitted Cases .

.. $3.50 to $12.50

$3.50 to $8.50


Matched Sets Of Two-Piece Under-


$27.50 to $32.50

andCI 1o


$1.65 per suit


.37.50 and up






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