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1,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SOCIETY

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New Women Late
To Be Guests (6
AtTeaToday The B
oas being
Women Not In Organized that New
Houses Are Invited To back on
of its vel'
Attend League Party and coifl
the eyes
Women new on campus this year verdict"
and living outside organized houses the tiesu
will be entertained at tea from 4 The jo
until 6 o'clock this afternoon in the trastingI
Ethel Fountain Hussey room of the tallic so
Beta Kappa Rho, sorority for women wear, w
who live in private homes. band to
The society's patronesses, Mrs. other rev
Franklin Shull, Mrs. Rene Talamon, the hat-
Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette others us
Perry, Mrs. Michael Pargment, Miss A ver
Fredericka Gillette, Mrs. Byrl Fox thralled
Bacher and Miss Dorothy Ogburn line" int
will be assisted in the receiving line back co
by members of the League govern- he hair,
ing board. short bo
The sorority has issued a general side of t
invitation to all women who live in pear, sh(
private homes to attend, whether head. T
they have been especially invited or the answ
not. brimmed
Throughout the year Beta Kappa the sam
Rho holds various meetings, includ- head be)
ing the initiation ceremony for new the fron
members, faculty teas, and informal
and formal dances. The officers for Dorn
the current year were elected at a
picnic held last spring at Cavanaugh Us
Lake.
SpendThe fi
Several Women Spend will be h
Week-End With Parents Saturday
following
Three residents of Helen Newberry always b
will spend the week-end with their to holdt
parents. Helen Waldstein, '34, and games, a
Mary Monks, '34, are in Detroit, tinued a
while Theresa Mackey, '37, is in The 'p
South Lyon. at Betsy
From Betsy Barbr ur, Mary Lou this year
Traywich, '37, Joan Campbell, '36, 5. Sue I
Gertrude Zemar, '3, and Dorothy is in c
Batcholer, '34, are all spending the will bea
week-end in Detroit. nal cost
June Ashton, '37. of Adelia Cheever
House is visiting 'aer parents in De-
troit and Amber Johnson, '37, isM
spending the w ek-end at her home
in Saginaw. Sham
wit:
SORORITY ENTERTAINS Oil P
Guests at the Theta Phi Alpha so- Pern
rority will be entertained this after- Perr
noon by Jane Schneider, '35, and Pa- Manic
tricia Kelley, '36, who will sing a Any S
duet. Friday, Marie Heid, '35, en- 11
tertained with a tap dance.
1-1
C OATS
of Elegance
-yet so
inexpensive

est Mode In Hats Features
Over The Nose" Appearance

aby Bonnet is the surest aid
)pealing appearance, as well
the newest hat for dancing
York has advised. Set far
the head, with a banding
vet twisted to frame the face
fure, a delicate veil reaches
to carry out the season's
over the nose hats." Only
under the chin are missing.
ckey cap, visored, with con-
band or trimming of a me-
rt, is popular for campus
ith its ever-present elastic
defy the autumn winds. An-
vival has also been staged by
pin, some spectacular and
eful.
y late innovation that en-
us was the "square-back-
the close fitting hats. The
npletely covers the back of
a boon to the harshness of
blines, and permits the left
he hat to practically disap-
owing the entire side of the
he tight-back-brim sailor is
uer to those who must wear
hats and high fur collars at
e time. Fitting flat to the
hind, the appearance from
at is that of the ordinary
nitory To Hold
ual Open-House
rst open-house of the year
eld at Betsy Barbour House,
y, October 7, immediately
the football game. It has
een the custom of the house
open house after all home
and this custom will be con-
gain this year.
perennial' fancy dress party
Barbour House will be held
on Thursday night, October
Mahler, '35, social chairman,
harge of the affair. Prizes
awarded for the most origi-
umes.
lern Beauty Shop
OUR SPECIAL
poo and Finger Wave
h Lemon Rinse.......35c
ush Up
manent Wave....... $2.00
iignole
manent' Wave....... $3.50
cure ..... . . 35c
Shade of Glints........15c
3 Main St. Phone 2-1478

modern brim. On these and all oth-
ers, ostrich tips are smartest trims,
monkey fur being good, but extreme.
Described best by its name is the
tucked turban, made dashing by a
long feather, and called Adorable
from the picture in which Janet
Gaynor starred. Joan Crawford also
is represented by the suede cap in
rust and eel grey, stunning in line
and featuring only two large and two
small turret-like peaks.
Betsy Barbour Director
Will Speak At Meeting
Mrs. Leona B. Diekema, Director
of Betsy Barbour House, will speak
at the open meeting of the Ann Ar-
bor Dietitics Association on the sub-
ject of "Foreign Formal Dinners."
The meeting is to be held at the
League Monday n i g h t, at eight
o'clock, with Miss Kathleen Hamm,
University Dietician in charge of
the affair.

Alpha Gamma Sigma is giving a sorority. Each year several week-end
tea at four o'clock tr4day in the parties as well as steak roasts, hikes,
Alumnae room of the League for all bridge parties, and formal and in-
girls who were once members of formal dances are given by the so-
Camp Fire. Girl Scouts, or Girl Re- c-iety
serves.
Alpha Gamma Sigma was founded DELTA ALPHA EPSILON
here in 1926, for the purpose of The members of Delta Alpha Epsi-
carrying on activities similar to those lon will entertain several freshmen at
enjoyed by girls who were members .a smoker this afternoon.
. COLLEGE and FRATERNITY
JEWELRY f
. also
THE MICHIGAN RING
The Official Ring of the
University
A rcade Jewelry Shop
. CARL F. BAY Nickels Arcade Phone 9727
9
I1. MILLER
6Beautiful eosiery
created to blend fashionably and accurately with
I. MILLER BEAUTIFUL SHOES
No. 101 No. 440 Dubbl-Dull
SHEER SERVICE SUPER SHEER
CHIFFONS CHIFFONS
85c $1.15
3 Pr. for $2.45 3 Pr. for $3.30
300-B South State St.

DiMattia's
present
J. E. ATKINSON
formerly with
Rudolph's of Detroit

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PERMANENTS

HOT OIL and HOT WATER
SHAMPOO'S
Phone 8878 Over the Parrot

CHOAL

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Don't Wait to
Buy Coats-
If you are thinking of buying
a new coat this season, don't
put it off. As you know prices
are rising all the time and soon
you'll have to pay much more
than you do right now. Choose
your coat now - Fashions are
definitely established; there's
plenty of variety.
Feature Values at
$69.75
$79.75
and $98.75
Others at $19.75
to $59.75
Use Our Payment
Plan If You Desire

BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Conductor
110 Players Tuesday, October 24

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