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DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1934

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TILE MICHIGAN DAITI'Y PARE FIVE

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Committees Are
Aimouniced Fo r
Aifnua1 Cabaret'
Chairmen Appoint Those
To Assist With Work On
Sop homoreProject
Tryouts To Be Held
Main Theme Of Program
To Be Announced Soon
By General Chairman

All sophomore women who handed
in petitions to the League Council for
Sophomore Cabaret have been placed
on committees, Maryanna Chock-
ley, general chairman announced yes-
terday.
Appointments to the costume com-
mittee, headed by Jane O'Ferrall, are
as follows: Margaret Guest, Beth
Turnbull, Nancy Quirk, Nancy Olds,
Peggy Duffie, Geil Duffendack, Ruth
Hart, Lillian Thompson, Virginia
Nimmo, and Ada Zolla.
The finance committee is composed
of Jeanne Johnson, Grace Snyder,
Evelyn Bluestein, Ona Thornton, Bet-
ty Miller, Marion Whitney, Jean
Friederici, Betty Goutremont,. Helen
Stevenson, Olive Griffith, Betty
Crist, Charlotte Hamilton, Adele
Gardner, Marion Neilson, Elaine
Cobo, Jean Haskins.
Mildred Goldberg, Eileen O'Reilly,
Ellen Chapman, Ruth Lavender,
Gretchen Lehman, Mary Parsons,
Harriet Ostergren, Beatrice Ober-
fell, Mildred Herkner, Betty Gold-
stein, Miriam Newman, Margaret
Dodds, Grace Gray, Marian Baker,
Phyllis Blauman, Wilma Rattenbury,
Mary Jane Sullivan, Helen Yanisky,
Florence Cohen, Jean Finlayson, Irene
Lyons, and Dorothy Jane Fogg. Jean
Gibbs is chairman of this committee.
Women selected for the entertain-
ment committee, of which Mary Pot-
ter is chairman,- are Betty Anne
Beebe, Mary Andrew, Billie Carr,
Katherine Bishop, Betty Kelley, Jane
Pitcher, Elaine Reagan, Mary Reed,
Geraldine Ruff, Louise Sprague,
Dorothy Vale, Dorothy Webb, Betty
Walsh, Edith Zerbe, Evelyn Ehrlich-
man, and Nathalie Keeler.
Dorothy Geldart is chairman of
the decorations committee, and has
selected as her assistants, Ann
Smythe, Mae Herndon, Marie Mette,
Mary Louise Willoughby, Mary Cul-
lens, Peggy Compton, Mary Lambie,
Helen Schmidt, Marion Iolden, Jean
Hoffman, and Ruth Ann Jernegan.
The ticket committee, headed by
Jane MacDonald, consists of Winifred
Arnold, Mary Jane Brotherton, Flor-
ence Cohn, Gertrude Downing, Adel-
aide Callery, Dorothy Oostdyk, Sally
Thompson, Mary Ellen Heitch, June
Hara, Florence Selter, Bernice Wolfe,
Marion Paterson, Helen Stevens, Mar-
tha Knox, Martha Burks, Constance
Burnett, Esther Dreven, Harriet
Hathaway, Janet Lambert, Thelma
Murmelstein, Betty Morgan, Betty
Griffiths, Fern Nellis.
Margaret Montgomery, Jeane Mc-
Lean, Margaret Parmenter, Suzanne
Johnson, Florence Schenck, Mary
Neal, and Doris Wisner were selected
by the program committee chairman,
Lois King.
Billie Faulkner, chairman of host-
esses, chose the following women on
her committee: Elizabeth Oberdier,
Marjorie Langenderfer, Rita Well-
man, Jean Hatfield, Mary Elizabeth
King, Charlotte Kohn, Geraldine Leh-
man, Fay Dibble, Selma Wax, Bar-
bara Spencer, Anne Fitzgerald, Jo-
sephine Cavanaugh, Judy Trosper,
Virginia Callow, Marion Donaldson,
Jean Field, Marya Hoffman, Lucy
Cartozian, Eleanor Biercamp, Jane
Christy, Helene Kipf.
Marjorie MacIntosh, Dorothy Phil-
lips, Frances Schoenholz, Mary Jane
Sullivan, Margaret Swantz, Eleanor
Taylor, Bethany Thomas, Winifred
William, Betty Wdodworth, Doris
Everett, Mary Louise Johns, Jane
Mutschler, and Helen Van Dyne.
Women chosen for the publicity
committee, headed by Elsie Pierce, are
Edythe Turteltaub, Betty Casalius,
Jean Greenwald, Charlotte Rueger,
Virginia Rapp, Jean Keineth, and
Mary Beth Tarbell.
The main theme of the cabaret will
be announced early next week, and.
tryouts for the floor show will be held.
the following week.
Prof. Meech Talks

To Literary Group
y*I
"The Treatment of Nature in Old
and Middle English" was the subject'
of the talk given by Prof. Sanford
Meech Thursday night in the meeting
of Black Quill literary club at the
League.I
Professor Meech compared nature
poetry in both periods, pointing out
that the Old English was character-
ized by a childlike surprise and a naive
wonder in the world, accompanied by
an intense melancholy. The Middle
English poets were almost purely im-
itative and lacked the naivete of their
predecessors.
Selections from early English writ-

Newo Witer Pastime aI~Dne
Ayenhanced or de-
ld tracted from, depending entirely upon
Dormiiories To Entertamn; the kind of frame in which it is placed.
Sororities, Fraternities Since pictures are of vital interest in
really proving the existence of that
Honor Pedges man "back home," it is important that
we use care and discretion in selecting
As the winter season advances, the a frame.
I number of social functions seem to The old style swing-frames are no
increase, as the parties scheduled for longer fashionable as they were and1
this Saturday night indicate. Several have given way to a more modern
sororities will honor their pledges Itype. The Venetian style of glass withI
tonight, as seven fraternities enter-modernistic trims and no frames aret
I tam at their houses. perhaps the most appropriate for thei
A formal picture. The picture itself
e nheldg this evening is that being may extend to the edge of the glass
be held this mevei P; Dta Ge or may be matted in black and white.-
given by the members of Delta Gai- Wooden Frames Smart
ma. Sally Stapleton, '36, is in charge Wooden frames are clever partly be-
of the affair, at which Mr. and Mrs. ca they canme reatl diyie
Ralph Loveland. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Some are tinted silver to produce a
Curtis, and Mrs. Phyllis Reynolds meatited silers roehad
4 will attend as chaperones. Whit mtallic effect. Others are hand-
Lwes oresta hillpfrnsh the carved and covered with gold leaf
Loe's orchestra will furmsh the and a hand-painted floral design. One
music. and the decorations will consist novelty style in wood is covered with
a gflowered gold leaf. Two doors with
Formals And House Parties small hinges and knobs close upon thet
.t:::3&A:j The members of Kappa Kappa picture to produce a cabinet effect."
Gamma sorority will also honor their It is a particularly convenient frame
pledges tonight with a formal dance. because as soon as one tires of the
-Associated Press Photo Marjorie Warren, '35, is the chairman picture he can shut the doors and1
for the party. Bill Marshall and his have a decorative ornament in its
Maureen Kerns is just one of the orchestra will play, and the decora- stead. Another novelty serves double-
many people at Miami, Florida, who tions will be done in two shades of duty; it is an oblong frame and has a
have added fencing to their list of blue. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Power, mirror below the picture.t
winter pastimes. We wonder if all Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dobson, and Mr. Wood and metal combinations arei
the converts are so well supplied with and Mrs. Keith Bennett will be the also very popular. Some are plain
lances. chaperones. squares with filigree metal inserts,1
Delta Glass, '35, is planning the 'while others have a circular frameI
i pledge formal to be held at the Alpha about the picture and a surroundingi
Ad elia Cheever Omicron Pi house. The music will be square. The spaces left in the corner
furnished by the Rendezvous Club or- may be matted with any color de-E
oorsFaculty chestra, and the decorations will carry sired. This type is usually used fori
H onorsF out the color scheme of yellow and the colored photograph so that the
blue. The chaperones will be Mr. and matting may match the predominat-i
U e eMrs. Vernon Dick, Mr. and Mrs. ing color in the picture. One frame is1
George Underwood, Mrs. Ruth F. distinctive in maple with inserts oft
James, and Mrs. Ada Zimmerman. deep red velvet.
Adelia Cheever house entertained The two house parties being held Fo Men's Rooms1
with a formal reception for 200 fac- this week end will continue tonight. Leather is an excellent type for
ulty members and their wives yester- Both Kappa Nu and Phi Epsilon Pi the less formal picture and is very
day. Kathleen Dell, '36Ed., was in will entertain with informal dances good for the masculine room. It is
,harge of arrangements. She was as- this evening. The dance at Phi Epsilon made in several styles. The genuine
isted by Edith Davis, '35, Hedda Pi is under the direction of Bernard Italian leather that is hand-tooled
lowinski, '37, Emiline Anderson, '35, Rosenthal, '36. is unusually attractive. Others are in
md Isabelle McKellar, '35.sedthe forms of book folds, but most of
md Isabele Mc~elar, '35.Closed Dances Given te aeterglrFec ae
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Edward Athem have the regular French easel
Kraus, Mrs. Nelson Schule, Mrs. E. R. Arthur Batten, '36, is in charge back. A Dupont production in the book
Sunderlandand MarthasWhite, '35, ofhe informappa iptygt.t Ido type is made up in a composi--
received the guests. Mrs. Clarence held at Phi Kappa Psi tonight, Wi- tion that looks exactly like alligator
Yoakum, Mrs. Raleigh Neson, Mrs. liam Bellamy, '35M, has made the ar- skin to the average eye. Several of thef
Earle Moore, Mrs. William Smeaton, rangements for the dance to be given leather frames are printed with high-t
Mrs. Ira Smith, Mrs. Charles Sink, by the members of Alpha Kappa ly colored Viennese designs.
and Mrs. Walter Pillsbury presided in Kappa. This dance, will be informal -
the dining room. In the, coffee room and closed also. Dr. and Mrs. Nich-j
Miss Inez Bozorth, Mrs. Dean Myers, Olson and Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Keene dcorons Th chaperones will be
Miss Sara Rowe, and Dr. Helene wil attend as guests of the fraternity. Mis Rh , social irecor, and
Schutz poured. Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard R. Katheenw D .'36Ed, is in charge I
Autumn flowers and ivory tapersIoreylandaMrn rh ay of the formal, closed dance to be
were used as decorations. Rohrer will chaperon the informalgivenat Adelia Cheever tonihtMr
closed dance to be held at the Chi Phi gnd Ms Adad Cheeer, nh Mr.
house tonight. - Wayne Andreae, 37 and Mrs. Donald Miller, and Mrs.t
Blc n dA e salf hiaasinrcarenheAua eSchule will be guests of thet
soial chairman, is charge of the ouse.
Popular Colors For r Sma Phi fraternity is entertain- A twenty-fifth anniversary dance
CP ior or with a closed formal dance to- will be given by Phi Sigma Delta fra-
League Grill Dance night at which Mr. and Mrs. Ethan ternity tonight. The party Cill be
}_Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Warin- formal and closed. Benjamin Chare,
large crowd responded to the shuis will act as chaperones. Wally g ts makingf the fraternity will be Mr.
B.M.O.C. dance in the League Grill Gail's orchestra will furnish the music. andsMs Bech Fier. and Mr
last night, for which a specialty pro- Dormitories Entertain Nathan Gold, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
gram of cabaret features had been The residents of Helen Newberry ert Paul. The decorations will be done
arranged. Dormitory will entertain this evening( in silver.
Maxine Maynard, League president, with an informal dance. Jane Hay- Stuart Swanton, '35D, is planning
chose for the event a black crepe ward, '35, is making the arrangements the closed informal to be held at
dress with black lace top, and coral- for the party, at which Al Cowan's I Delta Sigma Delta. Loren Yeatman's
colored flowers around the neck. orchestra will play. The decorations orchestra will supply the music and
Also in black was Mary Morrison, who will consist of silver plaques with the Dr. and Mrs. U. G. Richert and Dr. I
appeared in a skit on the program. initials H. N. done in black upon them. and Mrs. R. F. Sommer will chap-
Over crepe frock she wore a bright red Colored lights will play on these wall eron.
shirred velvet tunic, witlhi a large black _
flower at the neck. =-=-_ =- -'
Marjorie Morrison appeared in a
red dress, with velvet yoke and rhine- FOR YOUR N EXT PARTY ----
stone pin and buckle. Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the League, Try Our Fancy, Decorated
wore black velvet with a red crepe
jacket.
Jean Seeley was seen in a black vel- CAKES and PASTR E
vet skirt with white crepe top, with
polka dots of silver thread and full ALSO OUR FRESH HOME-MADE CANDIES

Russian sleeves. Brown and orange
was the combination selected by AnnGank
Osborn, and Sally Pierce appeared inE
green crepe with a gold buckle at the 247 East Washington Phone 8414
top. Lucille Betz wore a black crepe,
with long buttoned sleeves and four --"-
green clips.
Where To Go XWe're Here to Serve You
Motion Pictures: Whitney, "Embar-
rassing Moments" with Chester Mor-
ris; Wuerth, "Registered Nurse" with
Bebe Daniels and "Grrand Canarv' II t

Point Holders
To Be Honored
At W.A.A. Tea

Star Wins Divorce

Series Of These Affairs Anyone interested in doing any
type of work on the Junior Girl's Play
is urged to fill out one of the League
Interest In Athletics Dramatics Cards which are available
W.A.A. will honor all women on at the Undergradute Office. These
campus with athletic points at a cards are used for all League dra-
party from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. matic projects including Children's
16 in the lounge of Palmer Field Theatre, Sophomore Cabaret, and
House. Similar affairs will be con- J G P
tinued throughout the year, accord-T-
ing to Brenda Parkinson, '36, who is Through this medum information
in charge of the project. -Associated Press Photo concerning the past experience, quali-
Opportunity will be given guests to fications, and preferences of all wom-
check up on their athletic points. Gloria Swanson is free again! The en trying out for parts or committee
Small "M's" are awarded to all wom- noted film star is shown here as she work will be kept on file. Even those
en with 300 points, while students appeared in the Los Angeles court interested only in chorus parts must
who have earned 1,000 points receive after she had won a divorce from fill out cards, according to Julie Kane,
large "M's". Guests will dance, play ! her fourth husband, Michael Farm- general chairman of the Junior proj-
ping-pong, bowl, or take advantage er, the Irish sportsman. Miss Swan- ect. They must be handed in at the
of the other W.A.A. facilities son in testifying said he wis both Undergraduate Office by Wednesday,
Clarabel Neubecker, '36, will be in quarelsome and abusive. Nov. 21.
charge of the entertainment commit- _
tee. Marjorie Israel, '35 Ed., Beth,
ITurnbull, '37, Katherine Miller, '37,1,

and Alice Moran, '37, will assist her.
Miss Marie Hartwig, instructor in
Physical Education, will make ar-
rangements for refreshments.
Frances O'Dell, '37, will be respon-
sible for sending special invitations
to all the women with points. Mar-
ian Tuttle, '38, Pauline Mitchell, '37,
Jane Arnold, '36, Margaret Connel-
lan, '36, Edith Manger, '35, and Jane
Mutschler, '37, are members of the
invitation committee.
The W.A.A. board will receive the
guests. The purpose of the project
is to further acquaintances among the
women with points as well as promote
interest in athletics, according to I
Ruth Root, '35, president of the or-
ganization.
By League Classes
Fifty-seven students have joined
the intermediate dancing class, given
on Thursday nights at the League,
according to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director. The Tuesday night be-
ginning class has 28members.
These classes, held from 7:30 to
8:30 p.m., are given under the instruc-
tion of Miss McCormick and a number
of student assistants. After the regular,
hour lesson, members of the classes
may stay and practice to the victorla.,
Anyone who wishes to join the, begin-
ning class must apply immediately,
before it is closed.
Alpha Omicron Pi entertained sev-
eral guests at a rushing dinner last
night. Delta Glass, '35, was in charge
of the decorations, which consisted
of large bowls of white chrysanthe-
mums and green tapers.

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THE big football games are great
sport when you're dressed for
them! You'll have a grand time
sitting out in the tingly air allf
afternoon-you'll even enjoy the
long hike down to the stadium if
you're properly equipped. But you
need a smart wolen dress or
sweater-skirt combination that
will keep you warm without giving
that bundled effect that went out
with red flannel underwear. And
the place to get it is the Elizabeth
Dillon Shop.
WE hear that all the smarter
ladies-about-town are substi-
tuting Eau de Cologne for their!
daytime perfumes and we see that
Calkins-Fletcher is keeping step
with the mode by having an extra
special stock of all the newest
odors. There's a special group byj
Lentheric including Asphodel andj
Virgin Forest. Asphodel also comesI
along with Loqus D'or and Miracle
in that intriguing little combina-
tion called "Three Silent Messen-
gers." And the very newest thing
is the Eau de Cologne by Bourjois.
IF you're absolutely exhausted af-
ter the game and need something
to sustain you before going on to
further festivities; just stop in at
the Carmel Crisp Shop and get
some fudge to munch. There's

chocolate and pecan or vanilla
and black walnut both so good that
we always end up with assorted
types. And if you're feeling
especially grammar-schoolish you
can renew the days of your youth
with one of the toffe apples you
used to tease for so.
FOR these wintry nights we advo-
cate balbriggan P.J.'s from the
University Fashion Shop. They're
warm and longsleeved, in short the
closest we've come since our child-
hood days to those beloved Dr.
Denton's. And then for glamourous
evenings, we find that foundation
garments from the same shop
make our flowing formals even
sleeker. They're really a neccessity
these days, and it's no longer the
thing to boast that you can get
along without anything of the
kind.
H AVE you thought about these
Saturday afternoons after foot-
ball season? Well, we have and it's
to be knitting - unanimously. Of
course, we're getting our yarn from
the Women's Exchange in the
Arcade. All you do is buy the yarn
then sit around the "round table"
for free instruction till you get the
knack of the thing then the first
you know you're breezing out in a
"creation" all your own.

J.G.P. Tryouts
Asked To File
League Cards

with Warner Baxter; Majestic, "Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" with
Pauline Lord; Michigan, "The Richest
Girl in the World" with Miriam Hop-
kins.
Exhibitions: Exhibition of pastel
drawings of Elizabeth Telling, 1:30
p.m. to 5 p.m., daily, Alumni Me-
morial Hall.
Dancing: Union ballroom, League
grillroom, Chubbs, Preketes, Granger's
Hut Cellar.

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