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December 08, 1933 - Image 7

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Council Is To
Sponsor Dance
Duane Yates And 12-Piece
Orchestra To Play; Ball
To Be Given At League
Duane Yates and his 12-piece or-
chestra will play for the Interfrater-
nity Council's First Annual Formal
Ball to be held Friday, Jan. 5, in the
ballroom of the League.
No arrangements have yet been
made as to the exact number of cou-
ples to be admitted, but an official
stated that it would be about 250.
Fraternity men will be given prefer-
ence but if a sell-out is not ap-
proached they will be released to in-
dependents. No decision has been
made as to stags.
The Crease Dance danced to the
tunes of Duane Yates' Orchestra in
1932 and he has also broadcast over
national networks from Chicago and
New York.
Arrangements for the dance are in
charge of the following student mem-
bers of the Judiciary committee:
Bethel B. Kelley, '34, Council pres-
ident acd a member of Delta Kappa
Epsilon fraternity; Maxwell T. Gail,
34, secretary-treasurer and a mem-
ber of Sigma Phi; James R. Doty,
'34E, Phi Kappa Sigma; David D.
DeWeese, '34, Sigma Chi; Charles W.
5ewett, '34, Alpha Delta Phi; and R.
Nelson 8haw, '34, Theta Xi.
The $1.50 tickets will be on sale
after Monday at the office of the
Ikerfraternity Council in the Un-
ion or they can be bought from com-
mitteemen. The office is open on
Week-days from 3:30 to 5 p. m.
Faculty and alumni members of
the Judiciary committee are being
invited to chaperone the dance.
Feature Foreign Talks
At Engineering Dinner
The Michigan branch of the Amer-
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers
gave a student-faculty dinner last
night at the Union. Frederick Kohl,
3'4E, president of the club acted as
Five faculty members gave brief
talks on recent engineering and eco-
nomic developments in various for-
eign countries. Dean Herbert C. Sad-
ler of the Engineering College gave
the introductory address. Prof. A. P.
Gwiazdowski chose Poland for his
sxibject; Prof. D. M. Phelps spoke on
South America, Prof. E. L. Eriksen on
Northern Europe, and Prof. H. V.
Rohrer, former trade commissioner
in 'the Department of Commerce,
spoke on the Philippines.
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Pajamas Are Chic

Many Faculty Members Attend
Coneert Of W omens Glee Club
Many members of the faculty, as don were noticed as Miss Nora Crane
'ell as numerous other campus not- Hunt, former director of the Univer-
ables and townspeople were seen at sity Women's Glee Club, came in with
the concert given by the Women's members of the staff from the Dean
Glee Club Wednesday night at the of Women's office. Dean Alice Lloyd,
League. with Mrs. Harry Bacher and Miss
Among the early arrivals were Miss Jeannette Perry composed this group.
Isabel W. Dudley, social director of Seen talking to Miss Ellen Steven-
Jordan Hall, and Miss Dorothy Burd- son, who was gowned in a stunning
sell, her assistant. Miss Kathern black dress with metallic sleeves
Kock, assistant social director of meeting in back forming a low v, was
Mosher Hall was seen ascending from Miss Margaret Smith, social director
her cab with Virginia Randolph and of Martha Cook, whose choice was a
Nancy Shepherd, whose coat was pansy shade crepe, high in front with
slightly thrown back. revealing the a neckline of the same material.
gold metallic yoak of her sea-green Mrs. Leona Diekema, social director
gown. of Betsy Barbour. Miss Ada Olson,
Those already in the audience in- Prof. and Mrs. Daniel Rich, Prof.
eluded Prof. and Mrs. Wesley Maurer,|and Mrs. William McLaughlin, Prof
Prof: and Mrs. Arthur Dunhan, and i and Mrs. Arthur Moore, and Mr. Phil-
Prof. and Mrs. Harry Hann. lip Bursley were also seen enjoying
President Charles A. Sink of the the concert.
School of Music, and Mrs. Sink were ----- _
noticed early in the evening in their
accustomed places. Prof. and Mrs. I agU e Ex.i ii o
Arthur Hackett, Prof. and Mrs. Earl!wF
V. Moore, Prof. and Mrs. Palmer j eaShown AtFa 1
Christian, and Prof. Wassily Besekir- - -v
sky were among the many in attend- In connection with the League
ance. Pair, which will be shown at the
Dean and Mrs. G. Carl Huber and Sophomore Cabaret this week-end,
Dean Emeritus Jordon and Mr. Jor- the League will show a water coloi
cut-out of the League building it-
self. Enclosed within this cut-out
Gould To Talk will be an exhibit of all the activities
that the League sponsors. These ac-
A .tivities, such as dancing, bridge, the
At ert library, board of ' representatives
Atr t r meeting, Panhellenic meeting, and
T class activities, will be shown in min-
iw' ure in separate rooms.

Naned 'Sweetheart'

-Associated Press Photo
Colicge men at the University of
Nebraska in Ncraska City, named
his beautiful fo-ed, ertha Hauss-
*r the "sweetheiart" for 1933.

Two Forensic

-Associated Press Photo
Lounging pajamas in bright red
orduroy with a belted swagger coat
ire the latest thing, as shown here
:n Pat Wing, fanous young film
WASHINGTON-Establishment ofI
a $2,000,000 fund for a national real
estate inventory was the recommen-
dation made in the first NRA report
by the unit studying the question of
re-employment through construction
of industry.
CHICAGO - Three large packing
concerns announced increases of ap-
proximately 10 per cent in employees'
BISMARCK, N. D. - In order to
stimulate home cattle raising, Gov.
William Langer declared an embargo
on out-of-state shipment .of livestock.
WASHINGTON - New government I
bonds were placed on the market by
the treasury department in order to
raise a billion dollars.
H A V A N A - Continued rumors
spread through the city that a cab-
inet member, supported by a section
of the army, was hatching a plot to
overthrow the Grau San Martin gov-
PARIS - The life of the new
French cabinet hung in the balance
as Premier Camille Chautemps
opened his battle for his financial
restoration program.
NEW YORK -Chairman Fred A.
Howland told the annual convention
of the Association of Life Insurance
Presidents that payments to policy
holders and beneficiaries by Amer-
ican Life Insurance companies will
break all records this year.

PWil Duant Also 10 Givv-
Lecture On 'Ten Great
Thinkers Of World'
Dr. Larry Gould, Michigan girad-
uate, geologist and explorer, and Will
Durant, philosopher whose "The
Story of Philosophy" sold more tlan
f500,000 copies, are to -give ;public lec-
tures, at popular prices, at the :De-
troit Institute of Arts during Decem-

NewPled ins
hn Fraternities
Are Anounced
New pledgings have been recently
announced by several fraternities.
Hermitage fraternity wishes to an-



Societies eetE
In First Dehbale
For the first time in the history of
the two organizations, Aloha Nu of
Kappa Phi Sigma, literary college
men's speech society, and Sigma Rho.
Tau, engineering debating club, will
meet on the platform, it was an-
nounced recently.
The question to be discussed Jan.
10, will be Resolved That the Cn4itcd
States Government Should Own and
Operate All Commercial Broadcast-
ing Stations; Alpha Nu will uphold
the affirmative, and Sigma Rho Tau
the negative.
It was thought yesterday that
three faculty members will judge the
debate; probably one from the liter-
ary college, one from the engineering
college, and one from another school.
Pledges and actives of Alpha Nu
debated against each other over the
soundness of the administration's
monetary policy Wednesday night
The affirmative team which included
pledges Robert Janda, '35, Frank Al-
drich, '37, and Karl Nelson, '37, tied-
in an audience decision with actives
Leo Walker, '35, Alex Clark, '34, and
Lewis Berry, '36.

NI ounce the pledging of Ralph Knuth.
Dr. Gould, who was geologist and '35, and Leonard Wheler, '35.
second-in-command of the first Byrd Sima N ,
Antarctic expedition, will speak on Sigma Nu
"Wit Byr atthe ottm ofthe Sigma Nu fraternity wishs to an-
"With Byrd at the Bottom of the nounce the pledging of Robert Ewell,
World." His lecture will be illustrated '37, and John Russell, '36.
with motion pictures. Dr. Gould is a Alpha Epsilon Phi
magna cum laude graduate of Mich- The members of Alpha Epsilon Phi
igan, where he also took Master of sorority initiated several new mem-
Arts and Doctor of Science degrees bers into their sorority last night.
and later became a member of the They were Emma Alper, '37, Pauline
faculty here. Following the Byrd ex- Goldberg, '35, and Maxine Levin, '35,
pedition he joined the faculty -of all of Brookline, Mass.; Jane Cohn,
Carleton College, in Minnesota. '36, Bloomington, Ill.; Jean Kohn,
Dr. Durant speaks twice next Tues- '36Ed., Cleveland Heights; Joan
day, Dec. 12. In the afternooi his Kant, '36, Elyria, 0.; Helene Linden-
subject will be "The Ten Greatest baum, '35, Detroit; Ella Miller, '36,
Thinkers of the World." He will de- Latrobe, Penn.; Louise Ogdens, '36,
fend his choices in an open forum Milwaukee; Betty Setron, '36, Buf-
after the lecture. For the evening ses- falo; and Marjorie Solomon, '35, Bir-
sion he has chosen "Russia and mingham, Ala. The ceremony was
America." Dr. Durant will summarize followed by a formal banquet which
his recent investigations in Russia, was arranged by Sylvia Bubis, '36.
and compare capitalism and commu-
nism. An open forum will follow. MORE LAURELS FOR OUR MAE
A French paper recently announced
Faculty Women's Club that Helena Rubenstein has in her
Tro lHoldFormal Dance Paris home a theatre in which for
the past eight months she has been
Tuesday night, Dec. 12, will be the featuring Mae West in "Lady Lou."
-date of the Faculty Women's Club So even famous beauty experts ad-
formal reception and dance in the mire Mae's "glorified woman."
League ballroom. Mrs. 0. S. Duffen-
dack is chairman of arrangements. Colonel H. Edmond Bullis, execu-
Pouring at the coffee tables will be tive secretary of the National Com-
Mrs. G. Carl Huber, Mrs. Walter B. mittee for Mental Hygiene believes
Pillsbury, Mrs. Arthur E. Wood, Mrs. that thousands of jobless graduates
James B. Edmonson, Mrs. Wlber R. of colleges and universities are becom-
Humphreys, and Mrs. Everett S. ing a menace to the present order of
Brown. Mrs. C. D. Thorpe is in charge American society because of the dis-
of the refreshments. content rife among them.



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