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October 21, 1934 - Image 5

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Banquet To Be
Held At League


Dean ..Lloyd ,,To
Scholarship Ai
Chi Omega

ward To

All sororities on campus will meet
Monday night, Oct. 29, for the annual
Panhellenic Banquet, which features
traditionally the presentation of the
scolarship award to the sorority with
the highest scolastic standing. The
banquet will be held at 6 p.m. in the
League ballroom.
This year Dean Alice C. Lloyd will
present the award to Chi Omega,
which had a scholastic rating of 81.6
for last year. Helen Loomis, presi-
dent, will accept the prize for the
The banquet is under'the general
direction of Jane Arnold, '36. Assist-
ing her are Marjorie Turner, '37,
ticket chairman, Grace Bartling, '36,
seating, and Dorothy Utley, '36, deco-
rations. The tickets will be 70 cents,}
and all sororities are asked to submit
their applications to Miss Turner as
soon as possible.
Table decorations will be novel and
individual. There are to be center-
pieces on each table of the sorority's
flowers, and each house is asked to
furnish two candles of the sorority
colors, and two glass candlesticks.
These. articles are to be left at the
League before Oct. 29.
Marie Gwiazdowski, author of "InI
The Clutches Of The Jews," and a
graduate of the University, is nowI
teaching in the Michigan Technical}
School at Detroit. -

Smart Outfits Fc
Appear In Mai
One of the smartest and most dis-
tinctive colors for the raincoat this
J season is white. This perhaps, is
because the brightness of white so
successfully offsets the dreariness of
fall showers. One smart outfit is of
white gaberdine. It is a belted coat
and is trimmed with a black gaber-
dine collar and black double-breasted
buttons. A black umbrella and a
small black beret complete the cos-
tume. Another raincoat of all white
is as good-looking as it is new, and
is made of a rubberized seersucker.
It is fitted in princess style and has
a small "Johnny" collar.
Swagger Effects Are Good
Swagger rain-coats are new and
come in many attractive styles. A
genuine L'Arceniel model comes in
navy blue. It is silk on the outside
with a beige and blue wool plaid lin-
ing that is carried out as a trim on
the pockets, cuffs, and the scalloped
collar. Another style in the swagger,
coat is a brown and tan shower-proof
tweed. A long rubberized brown silk
scarf is attached to the back as a}
collar and ties in a large bow across
one shoulder. The sleeves are full4
Graduate Group Td Have
I Moonlight Supper Hike
The Graduate Outing Club is spon-
scring a supper hike at 4 p.m. today
according to Morris Whittinghill,
vice-president of the organization.
The group will meet on the steps of
Angell Hall at the appointed hour,
and will return by moonlight.
Supper will be cooked out-of-doors
and will include cider and doughnuts.
I Officers for the coming year will be
} elected at the meeting. Guests will
be welcome.'

Pr Rainy Days.
ny Combinations
and the pockets are large and roomy.
A small brimmed hat to match comes
with the coat.
A Cravanette model is practical be-
cause it serves a double-duty. It is

New Chaperon
ToBe Honored
By Delta Zeta
Delta Zeta sorority will give a re-
ception in honor of its new chaperon,
IVr;. Wxrin Wn.llac. frnm 4 unil

of a new wool material that sheds evil". vY a, 1 Yu acXA1011'fulu
e, o
rain and is warm enough to be worn 7 p.m. today- at the chapter house
as a sport coat right up until winter, on East University.
It can be had in two plaid combina- Faculty and other friends in the'
tions - either rust, grey, and black city, and alumnae from Lansing,
or rust, beige, and brown. The new
leather buttons are an added feature. Grand Rapids, Flint, Kalamazoo and;
Plaid is also used in a mannish, Battle Creek are expected to attend.
double-breasted raincoat with a small The Detroit alumnae will assist the
stand-up collar. It comes in green, Ann Arbor chapter in arrangements. 1
black, and white, with both hat and r
umbrela t math. IMrs. Howard Horning of Detroit, na-
umbrella to match.
Cape V~crn Tis Sasontional first hvice-president of Delta!,
Capes Worn This Season Zeta, will be in the receiving line. She
The cape, both short and long, is will be assisted by the house presi-+
another innovation in raincoats this dent, Elizabeth Walz, '35, Mrs. Wal-
season. One style is of a heavy brown lace, and Mrs. Robert Patterson,
ribbed material. It has a round neck- president of the Detroit Alumnae
line and is fitted with four large but- chapter.
tons down the front and the belt The women who have been asked
which is only in the back. A full- to pcur are Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Mrs. I
length military cape hangs from the Joseph A. Bursley, Miss Ethel Mc-
shoulders. Cormick, Mrs. J. B. Edmonson, Miss
. Rubbers are for the most part the Jeanette Perry and Miss Nora Crane1
same, although white is increasing Hunt. The patronesses of Alpha EtaI
in popularity especially for the white chapter, Mrs. Clyde Love, Mrs. John
raincoats. The oxford rubber is a C. Brier, Miss Marion McClench, Miss
new style. It is built up with a high Hunt, Mrs. Clarence Kessler, Mrs.;
instep and a wide strip comes across Wesley Maurer, Mrs. Louise Rouse+
the front and snaps on one side, and Mrs. Raphael Isaac, will be among1
the guests.1
Ann Arbor Physician Mr. and Mrs. Donal Hamilton
Of interest to Ann Arbor friends, Haines entertained several guests Fri-
day night at a game dinner. The
is the recent marriage of Miss Eliza- guests were Prof. John L. Brumm of
beth Black, to Dr. John Ross, which the journalism department and Mrs.
took place Oct. 11, at the Holy Angel's Brumm, Prof. Wesley Maurer, also
Church, in Chicago. Mrs. Ross is of the journalism department, and
the daughter of Mrs. Maurice Black Mrs. Maurer, and Mrs. Edith Clark,
th daughte, f Ms. auiesBlyack new head of the department for spe-+
of Detroit, and is a University of cial education for children at the
Michigan graduate. University Hospital.
Mrs. Ross received her degree in, -- -_
Business Administration here in 1929
and is at present studying for her
master's degree in the Northern Illi-
nois School of Optometry. While at
Michigan she was affiliated with
Theta Phi Alpha sorority.
The couple will make their home G old
in Chicago.
The gleam of metalis a
shining star of fashion!
Where To Go
Sequin capes, beaded sleeves,
Theatres: Wuerth, "Disraeli" with lame facings, clips, girdles on
George Arliss; Majestic, "The Bar- k spongy crepes and velvets
retts of Wimpole Street" with Normal make our collection of after-
noon and evening frocks out-
Shearer and Frederic March; Mich- standing
igan, "The Last Gentleman" with
George Arliss; Whitney, "Let's Talk Sizes fro A11
It Over" with Chester Morris and25
Mae Clarke. $12.95 pwards
Dancing: Chubbs, Den Cellar, Hut
Cellar. T&
Dean James B. Edmonson address- GOWN SHOP
ed the Physical Education Major 605 East William
School on "What Do You Know About, Just a Block from State St.
Michigan?" Tuesday.H e pointed out
some of the highlights of the campus.rt

I, ,

Marian (Mousie) Holden was seen
last week turning somersaults in the
lobby of the Michigan Theatre, prob-
ably because she and her 'Hermie"
Wendland have become reconciled. On
his part, he took one punch on a board
with an 'M' blanket as the prize, and
won. The name he selected was Mar-



latest dips are instructed by tne
Gilbert (Peko) Bursley, late of blonde Apollo at their sororities by
Michigan and now of the Harvard appointment.
Law School, must have put out a
BMOC bluebook at,- his new alma Jean Seeley, Maxine Maynard, and
mater. Three local cronies report re- Mary Morrison have entered joint
ceiving money orders for $2.50 each pleas for fan mail. They go on the
in payments of accounts past due. radio for the first time Wednesday,
Wonder what Peaches is doing? Oct. 31, and are afraid that if the
studio receives no congratulatory mes-
INCONSISTENCY DEPARTMENT sages they will be considered flops.
Eric (Baldy) Hall, chief wit on the Of course we disagree, but our main
Gargoyle staff, who hails from York- lament is that there aren't such things
shire, England, used to be a cheer- as round-trip postage stamps.
leader in prep school. We won't at-
tempt to reproduce our idea of how
he must have sounded.
Glenn McGeoch, instructor in music LASTEX GIRDLE
appreciation, had a class in Hill Au-LG
ditorium last week and was annoyed Various Widths and Wei
because someone was playing the or-
gan and stealing his thunder. A stu- Prices range from
dent, dispatched to tell the "noise- 1.50t $8.50
maker" to pipe down, returned hang- -$1 .5 to .
ing his head to report, "It was Palmer
Probably the most chagrined lady I 4
in the stadium yesterday was one in $ I .25
front of us. She entered wearing a very
dressy and very long dress - when she
left it had become knee-length. Dat
ole debil rain.lf
Dial 3110
Alpha Phi's had occasion to ask for.
the aid of the arm of the law recently.

League Grill, Fraternity Dances
Entertain G a y Crowds Friday

Friday night marked the real begin-
ning of the social season in Ann Ar-
bor. The League Grill and the various
fraternity parties all entertained gay
The League Grill celebrated its
opening night Friday. Operated under
a new system, the Grill Room attract-
ed a large numher of dancers and all
indications seemed to point to a very
successful season for the League in
its new project. Al Cowan's orchestra
provided the music for the dancers,
and the walls of the Grill Room were
artistically decorated with a novel
type of painting. Among those no-
ticed dancing was the president of
the League, Maxine Maynard, who
had selected a black crepe gown
trimmed at the neckline with coral
flowers. Ann Osborn also proved the
popularity of a black gown by com-
bining silver accents on her frock.
Eleanor Petersen and Virginia Chap-
man Goetz were also numbered among
the dancers. Mary Pray and Sue Mah-
ler attended the opening of the Grill
Room also.
Black is Popular
A formal dance was given at the
Beta Theta Pi house Friday. Jean
Seeley, attractively g ned in tailored
black chiffon, and Rosanna Manches-
ter in black velvet combined with the
popular lame, were both guests of
the fraternity. Harriet Heath, Mary
Stirling and Jean Shaw were also
Lucille Lucas, who attended the
formal dinner dance given by the
members of Sigma Nu fraternity, ap-
peared in chartreuse velvet. Louise
Stevens was noticed dancing by in a
stunning black velvet gown, the top
and sleeves of which were net. Mar-
jorie Morrison, Janet Wray, and Le-
nore Wermouth were seen here too.
Maureen Cavanaugh chose a printed
velvet gown.
Martha Cook dormitory gave an
informal dance Friday evening. Ma-
rion Bertsch, the general chairman,
selected a wine colored crepe with a
gold lame girdle. Lucille Alm wore
a dress of similar shade, sprinkled
with rhinestones. Lucy Cope and Peg
Bartley were both attractively dressed.
Other Parties
Seen at the S.A.E. party were Gay
Laub and Bertine Lehman. Anne Fitz-
Prof. Harlow O. Whittemore of the
landscape design department and
Mrs. Whittemore will leave tomorrow
for the National City Planning and
Regional Conference to be held Oct.
22-25 at St. Louis, Mo. A feature of
the conference will be a one day's
meeting at the University of Missouri,
at Columbia, Mo.

gerald, Betty Jane Taylor and Doriaf
Holt were also noted among the
An open dance was given at the
A.T.O. house. Virginia Koch wore a
black taffeta frock and Jane Brucker,
a red velvet. Barbara Reed was very
attractive in a fashionable red wool
evening dress. Jean Gibbs and Alice
Boucherle both attended the party.
The Delt party was the scene of
much merriment. Betty Bowman and
Bettina Rightmire were seen dancing
there. Sue Thomas wore a charming
black velvet frock with a stiffened
net ruff at the neck line. Betty Walsh,
Bee Graham and Betty Whitney were
among the guests of the fraternity.
Women To Hold
Class Day Rally
Next Thursday
W.A.A. is sponsoring a Class Day
Rally at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25,
at Palmer Field. The purpose of this
meeting is to promote class spirit, ac-
cording to Betty Evans, '36, who is
in charge of outdoor sports. The rally
will be similar to the Feld Day held
last spring at Palmer Field.
An interclass hockey game will be
played. The winner of this tourna-
ment will then compete with repre-
sentatives from the class of 1910.
Refreshments will be served during
and after the games at a nominal
cost. A bonfire will be burning and
guests and participants will be per-
mitted to cook their own hot-dogs.
Miss Evans requests all the students
planning to attend to sign up in the
Women's Athletic Building or Bar-
bour Gymnasium.





Girls! Here's a Chance to Save Dollars on
DRESSES at $8.98



Smart Bridge Sets

Guest and Fingertip Towels
Cocktail Napkins
and Many Novelties
All Reasonably Priced


Gay colored Woolen Dresses for sports
wear, in plaids, stripes and checks, also
rip ^ plain and angora material
One-piece shirtwaist and two-piece skirt
and blouse effects. Knitted frocks in new
fall styles and colors.
. 'I
12 to 18

Nickels Arcade


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A Convenient Place to Buy
For Cool Nights
For School ald Dress

Wed. Ot. 24,:15
Single Concerts: $1.00 - $1.50 - $2.00
Course: $5.00 -$7.00- $8.50 - $1O.00


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