URDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1934
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Con ferance OfDeans Of Michigan Colleges To Meet At League
Bohewiau Club Members Veto
Constiution, By-Laws, Officers;
League Boards costune Jewelry
Will P ass On Proves Important
- -For Campus We
State D J eleg tes Dim stairs rippled upward to a
cheery studio at the top of the Haunt-
ed Tavern. The nucleus group of the
Prfessor Caipbet To Bohemian Club, gathered in Miss
Address Meetings; Tour Emily White's apartment, were dis-
cussing the relative merits of Van
Of Campus Planned Goph and Matisse.
Miss White tried, in vain, to inter-
Deans and representatives from stu- est the members in a constitution, in
dent government organizations in 18 electing officers, in by-laws. The
Michigan colleges will meet for a con- group voted unanimously against a
ference today in the League. Mem- constitution, against officers, against
bers of the League Council will act by-laws..h
as hostesses to the out-of-town guests, Glen McGeoch, instructor in the
as ostsss t th ot-o-ton uessSchool of Music, started a most dis-
and will lead the group discussions. tracting tale.
From 10 a.m. to 10:45 there will be ,, .e
registration in the lobby. Maxine What shall we call the club?" Miss
Maynard, president of the League, will White inquired after the laughter
act as chairman of the general as- subsided. After all, there was a pur-
sembly, to be held at 11 a.m. in the pose to the meeting.
Grand Rapids Room. From 12 to 12:45 "The Bohemian Club," suggested
the delegates will be conducted on a Oren Parker, instructor in Play Pro-'
tour of the League building, viewing duction.
all the facilities. "That's so obvious!" Julia Wilson,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will extend president of Dance Club objected.
a welcome to the group at the lunch- "What's in a name?" remarked
eon at 1 p.m. in the A.B.C. room. Sally Pierce, vice-president of Comedy
The speaker for the occasion is to be Club. The subject was dropped.
Prof. O. J. Campbell, of the English Collin Wilsey, promising modern
department, who will address the dancer, intimated in a subdued way
meeting on "Intellectual Welfare for that arrangements should be made for
the Student." future meetings. All present were
From 2:30 to 3:30 small group dis- thoroughly enjoying themselves, so
cussions will be held, each led by a it was agreed that the club should
chairman of a League committee, who
will explain a certain phase of League
activity. A summary of these discus- .lD esd Cowe
sions is to be presented at the clos-
ing assembly in the Grand Rapids Finds Necessity In
The program for the day will con- om at
clude with a tea at 4:30. After the tear
those interested may join a tour of the
campus. Compacts are as necessary to the
Members of the League Council who co-ed as a fountain pen or a note-
are taking an active part in the Con- book. Unfortunately they are easier
ference are Miss Maynard, Barbara mislaid than any other known article,
Sutherland, Billie Griffiths, Charlotte so when the first one lost has to be
Whitman, Mary Ferris, Betty Aigler, replaced, here are a few ideas.
Eleanor Peterson, Kathleen Carpen- The most practical combination is
ter, Marie Metzger, Sue Calcutt, Sue the triple compact that contains
Mahler, Georgina Karlson, Margaret rouge, powder, and lipstick. This is
Phalan, Mary Sabin, Hilda Kirby, quite an investment and perhaps you
Ruth Root and Ann Osburn. prefer your lipstick of another make.
These triple vanities are put out by
the best firms, usually in an oblonga
j utatio Ends shape with either loose powder or in
cake form. The finish may be of a
variety of colors. One make is very
inner Series smart in chromium and black and
will match any black outfit. Blue and-
At N,,e , ygold and red and gold make stunning
At N berr cases.
Compacts Are Novel
Pro-week at Helen Newberry Resi- The double compacts are the most
dence ended last night with dinner common in use and usually have a
anri formal initiation compartment for your own blend of.
have more meetings. Miss Wilson,
seated in the middle of the floor, From what we have observed. cos-
recorded possible places. tume jewelry has become a recognized
Initial meetings of clubs are occu- Announcement Of heads accessoryof campus women. Thelirre-
pied for the most part with the prob-Cs sistible variety is captivating those
lem of obtaining new members. This OfhCommittees Will Be shsibpreviously shunned anything but
subject was only casually mentioned Made Public Soon precious stones.
by the Bohemian Club. It was de- Clips, especially, have come into
cided that members could bring guests A new system for appointment of their own. One that designates your
once and afterwards the club would the iemainder of the central commit- class year in plain gold figures can
vote on them. However, it was agreed!, be clipped on a belt, or makes a dash-
by all that the club should be kept tee for the Junior Girls Play has cing addition to any perky felt. For
small enough to retain its informal been announced. Petitions for the compact ills we prescribe a compact
atmosphere. varicus committee positions have been, that ca~n bhaci ed on dress or purse.
Miss White passed crisp crackers
and orange cheese. Once more Miss
Pierce commenced to extol Van Goph.
Landscape Design Club
Members of the Landscape Design
Club, and prospective students of de-
sign were entertained recently at the
home of Prof. H. L. Whittemore,
newly elected head of the department.
A short business meeting was held
at which officers were elected, includ-
ing Robert Flack, '35, president; Rich-
ard Levin, '35, vice-president; Ruth
Hoefer, '35, secretary.
The club has planned a trip to De-
troit this week-end. They will visit
a number of famous gardens there,
including that of Mr. and Mrs. Edsel
T o Be Feted
Plans for over the week-end at
fraternities and sororities include
teas, informal dances and open house.
Additional pledgings are announced.
The members of Chi Omega enter-
tained at a rushing dinner Thursday
night. Green tapers and a centerpiece
of fruit were used to decorate the
They wish to announce the pledging
of Frances Everard, '38, of Detroit.
Grace Haxton, '34, of Rochester,
N.Y., is spending the week-end at the
The pledges of Delta Zeta sorority
elected Harriett Crow, '35, president
and Janet Brackett , secretary-
treasurer of their class.
handed in from time to time during A little larger than a quarter dollar
the spring and fall, and suggestions it sports a Michigan "M" on either
from the list of those petitioning white or black enamel with silver
have been made by the present mem- edge. Evening clips of rhinestone look
heers of the central committee of the like miniature skyscrapers, and add
Judiciary Council and the:; League individuality to that black velvet or
CGdncil, who will make the final de- white satin formal. Even the birds are
cision. copied in rhinestone to adorn a simple
This policy is in accord with the gown. Bone clips in brilliant colors
League merit system and is a step are also much in demand.
toward extending the system of ap- Many new bracelets command at-
pointments which has just been in- tention. Paris sends us a bracelet
augurated for the Soph Cabaret, to of tiny catilum rings linked together,
J.G.P. In this system of appointments suspiciously resembling fowls' rings
the League is working in co-operation if they weren't in brilliant Italian
with members of the Junior class, as colors. Colored beaded bracelets in
represented by those who have already mosaic patterns on silk are another
been chosen for the central com- contribution to costume jewelry. They
mittee. come in sets with earrings and pin
The committee members who were to match. For evening bracelets,
elected by the junior women last rhinestone is still popular. We saw
spring are Julie Kane, general chair- stunning link bracelets that look like
man; Betty Chapman, assistant the genuine diamond bracelets one
chairman; Margaret Hiscock, finance; dreams about. Another style features
and Grace Bartling, properties. Jean silver ringlets linked with silver mesh.
Hanmer, who was elected program Gold antique bracelets continue to be
chairman, has since left school, and popular, especially since they can be
Florence Harper was appointed pub- worn either for afternoon or evening.
licity chairman after the general For that presentable profile there
elections. are brand new clip-on earrings. One
The chairmen who will be appoint- style of rhinestone resembles a mod-
ed at this time are those in charge ern wedding band, jet on one face,
of make-up, costumes, dance, music, diamond on the other. From our
and ushers. A new program chairman grandmothers' wedding bands came
will also be chosen to take Miss Han- the idea for the gold clip-ons, severely
mer's place. These appointments will simple in style. Then, too, there are
be announced Tuesday or Wednesday arrow earrings that fit along the lobe
of next week. of the ear. These appear with grad-
C. E. Kraus and Dr. and Mrs. F. L. The lass faced with the formal
Everett s situation considers decorations for
EhetaeCt. her hair. To replace the over-popu-
-Theta Chifternity is entertain- larized tiara of last year, there are
Thet Ch fraernty i enerti dainty narrow bands of rhinestone to
ing this afternoon with an informald n rrotebngoffuiete
tea dance to be followed by a dinner encircle the evening coiffure. The
at the house. William Wells, '36E, istwpuosharincpsreo-
planning the affair. ular also. No question about it, cos-
Theta Xi tume jewelry deserves the well-
Theta Xi fraternity entertained at dressed woman's consideration.
an informal dance last night at the WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 -(P)- In
chapterhouse. Chaperones were Lieut. oWAHINT ct.n2orcemen
aiidMrs Cousey Liut. nd rs.a move to strengthen enforcement of
Wallington, and Dr. and Mrs. Mc- Blue Eagle industrial codes, President
Garvey. Al Cowan's orchestra fur- Roosevelt today called on three Fed-
nished the music. eral agencies to co-operate in this
Guests were Barbara Hanna, Ger- police work.
trude Jean, Helen Doris Young, Jean
McFarland, Elaine Elizabeth Cobo,
Doris MacLaughlin, Marjorie Kopf,
Gertrude Schutz, Barbara Otte, Es-
telle Standish, Louise Sprague, Ther-
esa Swab, Margaret Shaben, Mary
Lambie, Midge Hawley, Ruth Rich,
Saxon Finch, Jeanette Greene, Dor-
othy Edmands, Jane Rudy, Margaret
Pemberton. Bett'y Goutremont, Lu-
cille Johnston, Mary Reed, Charlotte
Hamilton, Dorothy Triplet, Jean
Greenwald, Ann Schnider, Maureen
Kavanagh, Lorraine DeWaele of East
Lansing, and Margaret Campbell.
CL11 1V111Q1. A11V~" 1.
The essential idea of this week is
to promote association and friendship
aimong the residents, and with this in
view, "big sisters," the old girls, and
"little sisters," the new girls, were
appointed to carry it out. A series
of various dinners have been held,
one each night, starting with a "back-
,wards" dinner Monday night. A
nursery dinner with the new girls
dressed as Mother Goose characters
was held Tuesday night, and a kids'
party took place Thursday.
' Friday night after dinner, the brief,
impressive formal initiation was held.
At that time, the new girls in a group
repeated the house pledge and signed
their names in the house book., The
guests of honor spoke, and the cere-
mony was completed as each girl was
presented a rose.
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Henry Doug-
las, and Mrs. J. Q. Hays, Ann Arbor
members of the governing board, were
present. Isabelle Currie, '35, presi-
dent of the house, presided at the
initiation which was planned by Jeane
Held At Lane Hall
The Inter-Guild party was held last
night at Lane Hall. Margaret Smith,
'35, was in charge of the - arrange-
Pres. and Mrs. Alexander Ruthven
were present. The Congregational
Church Orchestra presented concert
music, and the Rendezvous Orchestra
provided music for dancing.
GOES TO WASHINGTON
Prof. Harley H. Bartlett of the
botany department left Wednesday
for Washington, D.C., where he will
attend a meeting of the Committee on
Reorganization of the United States
Botanic Garden on Saturday. He
will return about the first of the'
month after making arrangements
for future work.
Gamma Ph Ieta
powder in addition to the rouge. A Gamma Phi Beta announces the
small, square vanity is a- space saver pledging of Shirl Crosman, '38, Frank-
and fits into an evening purse without vile, N. Y., and Charlotte Horton,
trouble.v'll, A .ay , n. hY .t
Round compacts are again coming '38, Albany, N. Y.
into their own. The square and ob- Kappa Delta Rho
long varieties have for so long had Kappa Delta Rho fraternity enter-
the center of the stage that it is a tained at a radio-bridge party last
welcome change to have a new shape evenin. Among those present were
to buy. Particularly striking are the Dorothy Adams, '3; Frane Huvea-
round ones in the yellow gold finish, '8; June Geyman, '38; Mona Hutch-
35 Betty Huntley of Ypsilanti;
very flat, and extremely sophisticated.
A truly classic innovation that is
on the market now is a simple pouch
purse for evening of white crepe
with a gold thread in the fabric. This
purse has a gold fastening on it and
is very beautiful by itself, but it is the
contents that bring a gasp. The bag is
completely witted with an indelible
lipstick, double compact, perfume
flagon, coin purse, and mirror. It
still has plenty of room for handker-
chief and cigarettes.
- Gift Suggestions
Lipsticks are nearly always a matter
of personal taste. If you have found
a shade and consistency of lipstick
that pleases you most, the kind of
container will have little to do with
the matter. However, if a change of
shade is desired try an orange-red
shade called tawny if you are not too
blonde. Brunettes look better in the
pinker shades of rose, raspberry, and
An idea for a gift for the room-
mate is bath powder in an unusual red
and blue box designed to look exactly
like a toy drum, even to the cord on
the sides. The powder's odor is very
appealing. The same company has a
lipstick which they call a drumstick
that is like the bath powder box in
miniature. The combination is ir-
Sigma Alpha Iota, musical sorority,
honored its members who have trans-
ferred from other schools this semes-
ter, at a tea at the home of Charlotte
Whitman last week. The transfers are
Elizabeth Mann, Marian Dixon, and
Irene Lyons, '37; Elizabeth Parrish,
'37: Helen Probeck, '34; Dorothy Sha-
pell, '36; Mary Margaret Smith, '36;
Lillian Tolhurst, '38; Sarah Wagner,
'37; and Barbara Whan of Ypsilanti.,
The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs.
SATURDAY, OCT. 13
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