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OEMBER 13, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Faculty Holds
Reception And
Le~ague Dance
Union Orchestra Chosen;
T hr e e Couples Assist;
Card Game Held
About 300 faculty members at-
tended the colorful winter reception
and ball given by the Faculty Wom-
en's Club last night at the League.
Prof. and Mrs. Emil Lorch, Prof. and
Mrs. A. E. White, and Prof. and Mrs.
O. S. Duffendack received. Mrs. Lorch
wore a gown of bright red with a
sash of black velvet. Mrs. White was
becomingly gowned in black crepe,
and Mrs. Duffendack appeared in
eggshell satin.
The Union Orchestra played in the
ballroom, and there were cardtables
in the Grand Rapids room.
Mrs. C. D. Tlorpe, chairman of re-
freshments, wore a lovely gown of
violet crepe with cut-work sleeves
trimmed in silver beads. Assisting her
at the coffee-tables were Mrs. G. Carl
Huber, Mrs. Walter B. Pillsbury, Mrs.
Arthur E. Wood, Mrs. James B. Ed-
monson, Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys,
and Mrs. Everett S. Brown. Mrs.
Brown wore a particularly smart
gown of turquoise blue velvet with a
square decolletage. Another lovely
formal was that of Dr. Margaret Bell,
who chose green silk crepe with a
slender scarf tying at the back of the
neck.
A number of dinner parties pre-
ceded the dance. One of the larger
parties was that of Prof. and Mrs. E.
D. Mitchell who entertained 26 guests
at their home on Cambridge Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith and Prof. and
Mrs. J. H. Hodges were also among
those entertaining.
Campus Chapter Elects
Officers For New Term
Kappa Kappa Gamma held an
election of officers at the Monday,
night meeting. The results are as
follows: chapter president, Catharine
McHenry, '34; recording secretary,
Pauline Brooks, '34; corresponding
secretary, Marjorie Beck, '34; treas-
urer, Irene McCausey, '36; marshal,a
Dorothy Hammersley, '34; chairman
of chapter standards, Margaret Kim-
ball, '34; rushing chairman, Betty
Spray, '34; social chairman, Louise
French, '36; and house manager, Isa-
belle Kanter, '35. Barbara Shoetz,
'34, was recently elected house presi-
dent, and Marjorie Beck was ap-t
pointed scholarship chairman.

Screen Actress

-Associated Press Photo
The unusual features of this crepe
frock worn by Ida Lupino, film star,
are accented in cire satin. The neck-
line gives a high shirred effect.
League Gains $200
From Candy Sales
Approximately $200 has been tak-
en in this semester by the candy
booths, which are sponsored by Mor-
tarboard and Senior Society to raise
money for the League, Ada Black-
man, '34, treasurer of the Under-
graduate Campaign Fund, announced
yesterday.
Donna Becker, 34, of Senior So-
ciety, is chairman of the booths and
her assistant is Margaret Allen, '34.
The chairmanship rotates from one
society to the other each year.
The booths are located in Univer-
sity Hall, in Helen Newberry, Betsy,
Barbour, Mosher, and Jordan. Wo-
men wishing to earn League points
for working in these booths may ap-
ply to Miss Becker.
The total receipts for the booths
last year, under Margaret Keal, were
over $500.
For the first time in the history of
Flora Stone Mather College of West-
ern Reserve University, so far as any-
one can recall, the freshmen class
this year was victorious in its annual
attempt to find the hidden soph-
omore flag. It was found in a sopha
pillow.

Speech Groups
Plan Humorous
Annu~al Debate
Mark Alger, '34, vice president, will
lead a discussion by Alpha Nu mem-
bers and pledges on the responsibility
to the people of the press in democ-
racy, at 7:30 p. m. today in the Alpha
Nu room. The discussion will be par-
ticipated in by all members, it is
expected.
Tentative plans were made recent-
ly by executive heads of Alpha Nu
and Athena, men and women's
speech societies, for the humorous
debate which takes place annually
between the two organizations. It is
planned that the teams will meet on
Jan. 17.
Debate topics in recent years have
included such subjects as Are Co-Eds
Human?, Should Women Be Permit-!
ted To Enter the Front Door of the
Union?, and Resolved That Co-Eds
Get Their Marks By Other Than
Scholastic Means.
Very Low Neckline
Feature Of Newest
Fashion Revolution
There are several very startling in-
novations just making their appear-
ance on the horizon of the fashion
world. And when we say startling we
mean just that. They are so radical
as to effect a real revolution in style
and so it behooves everyone who
makes any pretense of being well
dressed to look into the matter well.
One of the newest ideas and one1
which is just beginning to seep into
our college world is the off the face
hat. This is becoming to almost
everyone.
Another innovation is the sudden
lowering of the neck-line, which has
caught us entirely unaware. Instead
of hugging the base of the throat as
it has for so long, the neckline is
going into a decline, and swooping
down and down. This is especially no-
ticeable in the new evening dresses,
although the tendency can be seen in,
almost any type of frock.
And not to stop there, Dame
Fashion has gone still farther and
altered the shoulder line. Gone are
the stiff military shoulders which
stood out aggressively, and almost
bristled with self-assurance. Along
with the more feminine influence and
the softly flowing lines has come the
sloping shoulder treatment. This isI
soft and, alluring and has brought
with it the off the shoulder sleeve,
which is very flattering.

Holiday Spirit Predominates
Campus At Christmas Par
Fetivities are in the air. Christ- mas dinner will be served int
mas parties are bei:g hed all over dining rooms. The table dec
he campus as a ha.t entertainment i be peppermint sticks, red
before vacation and holly wreaths. Before
Alpha Xi I;a 1+re will be Christmas car
A Christmas party was given at the drawing room.
the house last nig'ht. with the ex- Pi Lambda Theta
change of small gifts and appro- Pi Lambda Theta, nation
priate verses. Frances larect, '35. Crary scholastic sorority, ent
was in charge. ait a Christmas tea from 3 t
Gamma Phi Eeta terday afternoon in the Pi7
Old Saint Nick interrupted the Theta room of the Univers
traditional Christmas party Monday mentary School Building.
night to distribute the customary the members of the sorority
presents with amusing verses at- of the faculty attended. Mari
tached. '34, acted as hostess and als
Silver candles were decorated with tea. She was assisted by
sprigs of holly and the buffet held a flelcher, grad, who is presi
gaily decorated Christmas tree. the organization. Pointsettas
Helen Newberry candles decorated the room.
The annual formal Christmas din-I Cercle Francais
ner will be held tonight at Helen The Cercle Francais will
Newberry Dormitory. Afte r dinner Christmas party tonight at
the traditional old English play. . itma Larty tonightbat
George and the Dragon," will be in the League. The member
acted by several of the residents of bring ten cent gifts accon
the dormitory. Joyce MacDonald, with a French jingle. There
'34, i; in charge of the play. entertainment and refreshm
The Board of Governors of Helen
Newberry will be entertained at the eta Phi Eta Sponso
dinner. The guests will include:
Mrs. Henry B. Joy, Mrs. Alexis An- Programn By L. E. B
gell, and Miss Clarie Sanders, all of
Detroit; Dean Alice Lloyd; Mrs. Lee Emerson Bassett, pres
Henry W. Dou glass; MsA 1i- 'the National Association of
Crocker; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P ers of Speech, who is visiting
Jordan; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith; Arbor, will speak at 8 p. m
and Dr. and Mrs. James Bruce. in Room 302 Mason Hall un
Two tall trees will decorate either sponsorship of Zeta Phi Eta,v
side of the doorway of the reception speech society.
hall. A Santa Claus will be present Prof. Julio del Toro of the}
to distribute gits to the guests and department will also appear
residents of Helen Newberry. Table program. The general publi
decorations will consist of crystal vited.
trees, red candles and silver fruit.
Helen Knight, '34, is in charge of the
Imusic.

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hold a
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Union dance to be held from nine
to one p. m. Friday evening in the
ballroom, according to Robert A.
Saltzstein, '34, president.
Saltzstein said that the holding of
a dance after vacation has already
started, is an innovation this year.
However, it is expected that close to
150 couples will be present with the
regular eleven-piece Union orchestra,
under the direction of Robert Steinle,
furnishing the music.
Tickets havealready been placed
on sale and may be, obtained at the
main desk in the Union lobby.
WVere To Go
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian
Christmas Program, 4:15 p. m. in Hill
Auditorium.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Chris-
topher Bean" with Marie Dressler
and, Lionel Barrymore; Majestic,
"Little Women" with Katherine Hep-
burn and Paul Lukas; Whitney, "Her
Forgotten Past" and "The Whirl-
wind."
Dancing: Stunt Night in League
Grill Room, Hut, Dixie Inn, Preketes,
Joe Parker's.

Friday Dance Will
ties Be Union Novelty
A large number of students re-
both the maining in Ann Arbor for the early
orations part of the vacation are expected to
bans i pat of th

Dean, Others Plan
Holidays Far From
All Campus Worry
The women members Of the ad-
ministration are leaving Ann Arbor
to spend their holidays in places
where they will not be beseiged by
college problems.
Dean Alice Lloyd plans to go to
New York City for her vacation, after
Christmas day. Until then she will
be at her Ann Arbor home. Mrs. Byrl
Fox Bacher, assistant to the Dean
of Women, will go the farthest dis-
tance; she will celebrate the Yuletide
with her mother in Florida. Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director of
the League and Miss Alta Atkinson.
business manager of the League, are
thinking of Florida, too, but an-
nounce no decision.
Miss Jeanette Perry, assistant to
the Dean of Women, will vacation at
her home in Grind Rapids; Mrs.
Garrit Dieckema will also visit Grand
Rapids, and will divide the rest of her
time between Chicago and Holland.
Mrs. Florence Tousey will go to Evan-
ston, Ill., where she will visit Mrs.
Virginia Cowing Paul. Miss Margaret
Ruth Smith, social director of Martha
Cook dormitory, will go to her home
in Fairmont, W. Va.

III

Gift
Suggestions

Jordan Hall
Jordan Hall is having
Christmas party tonight.

its annual
A Christ-

Initiate 10 Women
In Theta , igm - . i
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary journalistic fraternity f a rI
women, held initiation for ten new
members last night in the Kalama-
zoo Room of the Michigan League..
The following women were initiated:
Eleanor Ilm '35,4 Caoa nGibson
E e n r B u , '5 Ca oa G b o,'35, Harriet Hunt, '34, Nadine Lewis, }
'34, Marie Murphy, '35. Gertrude
Norcross, '35, Margaret Phalan, '35,
Katherine R u a k e r, '35, Virginiau
Scott, '35, and Marjorie Western, '30.
A social meeting followed the initia-
tion, and refreshments were served
in the League Grill Room.
Membership in the fraternity is byj
invitation, and is based on scholar-
ship, activity and interest in jour-
nalism, and on personality.

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Santa Claus"
says the girl
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$1.00 to 1.50

HOSIERY
50c to $2.50
SILK, WOOL SCARFS
$2.00 to $3.50
DRESSING ROBES
$5.50 to $11.50
BEDROOM SLIPPERS
$2.50 to $4.00

95c to $1.50

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SHIRTS
$1.95 to $2.50
FITTED CASES
$3.50 to $12.50
COLLAR BAGS
$2.00
BRUSH SETS
$1.50 to $3.50

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Advance Selling Today

TOBACCO POUCHES
$1.00 to $1.50

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Men's Socks, 6 pr.
Mercerized cotton - made to wear
-double heels and toes. Sizes 10D
to 12. Downstairs ............ . ..
Men's Pajamas
Flannelette, roomy, well tailored,
middy or coat style. Sizes B, C,
or D. Downstairs...............
Men's H'd'k'fs, 12 for
Snowy white linen, with hem-
stitched hems. Regulation size,
17x17. Main floor..............
Brand New Ties
Racy satins, gaberdine weaves, silk
and wool crepes. Hand-made, res-
ilient. Main floor ...............
Men's Gloves
He'll like these capeskin gloves in
pull-over or snap style. Black and
brown. 8 to 10. Main Floor-......
Gift Toiletries, ea.
Men's set of shaving bowl and
after shaving lotion in lavender
odor, $1.00; Men's military brushes,

Silk Hosiery, 2 pr.
Sheer chiffons with lace inserts
in welt, picot tops, cradle feet.
Semi-service weight with lisle
welts and French heels. Irregulars.
nitial H'd'k'fs, 5 for
Women's fine, plain white linen
hand embroidered. Rolled edge.
M ain Floor .....................
Costulme Jewelry, 2 for
Beads, bracelets, or necklaces.
Dark or light shades. Main floor.
59c each or 2 for...............
Stotionery, 4 boxes
White with colored edge or stripes.
Blue, brown or green. Main Floor,
29c or 4 boxes for ..............
Gift Gowns
$1.19, $1.29 Lace trimmed fine ray-
on gowns, 16 and 17. White or
cclored Outing Gowns. G o o
lengths. Downstairs...........
Gift Lingerie, 2 for
Built-up style cotton slips; fine
rayon panties, step-ins, bloomers;
printed batiste gowns; girdles or$

Glove Silk Step-ins
Two trim styles . . . one with yoke
back and front, the other with
elastic backs. Tea rose, small, me-
dium, large. Second floor.......
Silk Lingerie
$1.29 new fitted lace-trimmed
dance sets, 34-36; chemise, 38-42.
Rayon slips, 36 to 44. Downstairs..
New Hand Bags
Boucle, woven cloth, or fabricoid
in pouch or envelope styles. Main
Floor........................
Silk Cases, 2 for
Pretty lace trimmed pastel silk
cases for handkerchiefs. $1 values.
Main Floor. 596, 2 for...........
Gloss Bridge Sets
Rose color. 4 plates, 4, cups, 4 sau-.
cers, 1 sugar and creamer, 1 cake
plate. Second Floor............
Wonder Shredders
Wonder Shredders save the essen-
tial food values of fruits and vege-
tables! A set of 3 complete with
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BELT SETS
$1.00 to $3.00
GARTER SETS
50c to $1.00

SUSPENDER SETS
$1.00 to $2.00

SWEATERS
$1.95 to $5.00

LEATHER JACKETS
$7.50 to $10.00
UNDERWEAR SETS
$1.95
INITIAL
HANDKERCHIEFS
$1.00 to $1.50 per box
Fancy and Plain
HANDKERCHIEFS
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