THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Booth Preferences Being
Given Houses Retaining
Last Year's Projects
With plans going ahead for the
Penny Carnival which is to be held
April 21, the first Saturday after va-
cation, chairmen of the various com-
mittees have chosen their assistants
and have them working on the proj-
Florence Shaw, '34Ed, has chosen
the following people to assist her in
work on the booths: Elizabeth Coo-
per, '34Ed, Florence Harper, '36, Lil-
lian Weinman, '34SM, Harriett Hath-
Assisting Margaret Cowie, '36, on
the entertainment committee are
Florence Bingham, '36, Jean Laitner,
'36, Katherine Leopold, '35SM, Betty
Ann Beebe, '37. Lucille Betz, '35,
chairman of the floor committee,
named the following women to her
committee: Jane Brucker, '35, Hazel
Hanlon, '36, Ruth Root, '35Ed, Mary
Savage, '35, Betty Hulwick, '37, Doro-
thy Oostdyck, '37, Marie Mette, '37.
On the publicity committee headed
by Eleanor Blum, '35, are Dorothy
Gies, .'36, and Anita Noble, '35, and
Helen Foley, '34. Sue Thomas, '35,
chairman of the decorations commit-
tee has assisting her, Betty Chapman,
'36, Marjorie Warner, '35, and Elsie
Levinia Creighton, '35, chairman of
finance, has on her committee, Bea-
trice DeVine, '35, Ruth Root, '35, Bar-
bara Jean Owens, '35, Mary Potter,
'37, Maryanna Chockley, '37, Ger-
trude Morris, '35, and Patricia Wood-
Houses that have not already start-
ed to plan their booths should do so,
according to Marie Metzger, '35, gen-
eral chairman. Preference has been
given those houses who wish to keep
the project which they had at the
BLACK QUILL MEETS
"Modern Tragedy" by Phyllis Bent-
ley, was reviewed by Grace Haxton,
'34, at the regular bi-monthily meet-
ing of Black Quill, national literary
society for women, held last night in
A routine business meeting fol-
lowed the book review.
Mosher-Jordan To Many Rushing
Hold Tea Thursday DinnersHeld
Mosher-Jordan Halls are giving a D
tea Thursday from 4 to 5:30 in honor Despite Exam s
of all former residents of the dormi-
tory. The tea will be held in Jordan In spite of the mid-semester ex-
living room. Dean Alice Lloyd and aminations, sororities and fraterni-:
Miss Inez Bozorth will pour and Miss ties are quite active. Many are hold-
Isabel Dudley and Miss Dorothy Bird- ing parties, while one is having a
zell, social directors, will act as host- formal faculty dinner, and another
esses. The University Men's Glee elected its officers for the coming
Club will give a program of songs and year.
the hall will be decorated with spring Alpha Epsilon Iota
flowers and tapers. Alpha Epsilon Iota sorority will
Janice Rice, '35, is in charge of the entertain Dr. and Mrs. Nozy and
tea and assisting her are Betty Ann Dr. and Mrs. Stockard at dinner on
Barthel, '37, Camilla Bowman, '35, Thursday night.
Kathleen Higer, '37, Elizabeth Ober- Chi Omega
dier, '37, Lois Keddy, '35, Hazel Pforr, Chi Omega sorority is entertaining
'37, Alma Wadsworth, '35, Louise 14 guests at a rushing dinner to-
Sprague, '37, Emma Luening, '34, night. Decorations for the dinner,
Dorothy Webb, '37, Jean Greenwald, which is in charge of Catherine Yaw,
'37, and Jean Hatcher, '37. No in- '36, will be in accord with the Easter
vitations will be mailed and all for- season.
mer residents of Mosher-Jordan are Delta Delta Delta
urged to attend.
The birthday dinner for March will At a meeting held Monday night,
.helthe following members were elected
be held tonight at Jordan Hall ac- officers of Delta Delta Delta for the
cording to custom. The girls will be oingoyea:DeaDelt, Hrrte
wit icoming year: President, Harriet
cakese andt lightedl candles.with l eil Yo n ,' 6 h us tr a re , W if d
seated at special tables Th large Spiess, '35; vice-president, Eleanor
celebrating this month are MarysYoung 36; house treasurer, Winifred
Trebilcock, '36; fraternity treasurer,
Crane, Mary Jane Castle, '36, Esther Louise Stone, '36; rushing chairmen,
Falk, '35, Angelina Firelli, '36, Pearl Catherine Shannon, '35, and Char-
Grant, '35, Jean Grosbur~g, '36, Bar- lotte Whitman, '35; rushing secretary,
bara Hanna, '37, Dorothy Hotchkiss, Dorothy Shappell, '36.
'36, Helene Kipf, '37, Katherine
Macks, Ella Miller, '36, Reta Peter- Delta Gamma
son, '35, Irene Rosen, '34, Eva Sni- Betty Aigler, '35, is in charge of
derman, Nancy Sheppard, '35, Gene- the arrangements for the faculty for-
vieve Hofeur, Helen Stetson, '35, Al- mal which is being held tonight. The
ma Wadsworth, '35, Joan Whetstone, decorations will consist of spring
'35, Edith Fromm, '37, Mary Louise flowers and pastel candles. The mem-
Burgess, '35, Phyllis Whiteley, '36. bers of the faculty and their. wives
and Lorraine Mark, '37. who have been invited include Prof.
and Mrs. MacLaughlin, Prof. and Mrs.
Aiton, Prof. and Mrs. Tilley, Dean and
Entertainment For D.A.R. Mrs. Humphreys, and Prof. Arthur
Convention Is Arranged Cross.
Phi Kappa Sigma
The 34th annual state conference Phi Kappa Sigma entertained seven
of the D.A.R. will neet at the League guests at a rushing dinner Monday.
April 3, 4, and 5. President Alexander Sigma Kappa
G. Ruthven and Governor William A. Seven guests were entertained at a
Comstock will give the welcoming ad- rushing dinner Monday at Sigma
dresses on Tuesday before the gen- Kappa sorority. The decoration;
eral reception. planned by Jacqueline Sanborn, '35,
It is expepted that 500 mothers of were daffodils and green candles.
University students will attend, and.__________
invitations will be issued to all cam-,
pus women who send in the names TO DESCRIBE "RAINBOW"
of their mothers belonging to a D.A.R. Prof. L. A. Baier, of the depart-
chapter, or whose fathers belong to ment of naval architecture and ma-
any S.A.R. chapter. Late permission' rine engineering, will speak Friday
until 12 p.m. will be granted women evening before the Detroit Yacht Club
attending the dance Wednesday night on the design and construction of the
at the League. Bob Steinle's orches- new America's Cup Defender "Rain-
tra is to play for the affair. bow."
Martha Cook PlansI
Dinner For Faculty
Martha Cook dormitory will give
an informal faculty dinner tomorrow
night. The guests include Prof. and
Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Prof. and Mrs.
Raleigh Schorling, Prof. and Mrs.
Clarence D. Thorpe, Prof. and Mrs.
Howard McClusky, Prof. and Mrs.
Joseph Brinkman, Prof. and Mrs. Ed-
son Sunderland, Prof. and Mrs.
Dwight Dumond, Prof. Howard Ehr-
mann, Prof. Margaret Elliott, Prof.
Eugene Rovillain, and Mr. Glenn Mc-
Katherine Coffleld, '34, is in charge,
assisted by Edwardine Hoyt, '35.
Swere To CO. r
Selections from "Gans All There,"
I Ation Pictures: Michigan, "Hips, 1934 Junior Girls Play, will be fea-
Hips, Hooray," with Wheeler and tured tonight at Stunt Night in the
Woolsey; Whitney, "Counsellor at League Grill.'
Law' and "The World Gone Mad" Charlotte Whitman, the feminine,
with Evelyn Brent; Wuerth, "Nuis- lead, and Beatrice DeVine, who played
ance" with Lee Tracy and "Hoopla" -
with Clara Bow; Majestic, "Lady Kill-
er" with James Cagney.E
Dancing: Stunt Night at League
Grill Room, Preketes, Hi-Hat Inn, Eugene and Frederic
Tavern. Croquignoe and Spi
French Lecture: "Un chef de bri-' Eugene andrrederi
gands au XVIII siecle: Louis Domini- jCroquignole End Cu
que Cartouche"; by Mr. Louis Cha- CAMPU
pard; 4:15 p.m. in 103 Romance Lan- Phone 2-1379 711
opposite her, will be on the prograi
Billie Griiliths, who portrayed tJ
nigh t-club blues singer will add
the entertainment as well as the tri
of Maxine Maynard, Ruth Kaser, an
M.ry Morrison, who scored such
saccess in their scrubwomen numbe
Jack Nestle will act as masterc
ceremonies and Treasurer Haley
also to appear on the program.
ral Wave, Complete $3'50
JS BEAUTY SHQP
No. University Open Evenings
Clever new styles of organdy, silk
and plaid cottons -plain and
$1.00, $1.25, $2.00
Bright colored silks and gros-
grains - Triangles and ascot
$2.00 and $3.50
Supplies the sparkle, -and the
novelty - White and the new
plaids-clips, earring and brace-
Styles you'll be eager to carry
with that new ensemble-leath-
ers and fabrics.
$$.00 t $6.00
Best to have a pair for each
dress occasion-white silk pique
$1.50 -White Cotton Seersuck-
er; $1.00-Beige or Navy Cham-
oisette; $1.25 -Kidskin gloves
in pull-onand novelty cuff styles
that supply the smart founda-
tion to Easter costuming-Kay-
ser undies of rayon - lace-
bottom petticoats $1.09; Low-
brassiere top slips $1.75-Two-
piece pajamas $2.00; Panties at
75c and $1.00.-
Kayser Balbriggan at $2.50
Satin Flowered silk nighties $6.
Satin flowered panties at $3.00.
Ill tree wear :i.e . Three women ... , all,
nedium and tall. .. often take the same foot size
~tockings, but require different widlths and leng1s.
)o not misunderstand. belle-sharmeer does not offer
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Crystal Blue Silk Sheer
An alluring formal in that beautiful crystal blue shade-
accented with a shirred collar of white net and a spar-
kling rhinestone buckle -No lovelier gown will be seen
at any party. I t's size 16.
With it wear rhinestone jewelry - bracelet and earring
one stocking that stretches to fit all legs, but comes
in all leg sizes ... as well as foot sizes from 8 to 11.
HE best-dressed Easter ankles will be
seen in belle-sharmeer stockings. There
are delightful new shades to complement your
costume or match your furs... tender greys
and sunny beiges.
But much more important... belie-shaneer
stockings are "made-to-measure" for each
smart Easter parader. You and you and you.
Whether you're adorably small or stunningly
Look for the ' gjnafeA t . .
Ask for your foot size by number
tall; divinely average or deliciously plump.
there's a personal proportion to fit you exaetly
. in width and length as well as foot size.
By all means, do your Easter parading in
your own stockings ... your individual
belle-sharmeers. They'll be good for your
peace of mind .. . and very easy on the
treasury. They're waiting for you .. . ex.
new idea in beauty, fit, and service