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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1934

THE MIC.,HT-C,.,,AN

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To k WHERE TO GO
Speak Motion Pictures: Wuerth, "Handy
At GroupMeeting Andy" with Will Rogers;:Majestic,
_oeOnore_"Mrs, Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"
To BTeesondyegroThef the Michigan with Pauline Lord; Michigan, "What
Thestdy rop f te ichga !Every Woman Knows" with Helen
ByDDoratorie a seta p". Monday Hayes;Whitney, "Embarrassing
.JLo itri s n the League. Otto W. Haisley, Moments" with Chester Morris.
superintendent of Ann Arbor schoolsm, Dancing: Chubbs. Hut Cellar, Den
Receptions Will Be Held will speak on modern conditions ir Cela :H
Russia. The study group is a new
For Misses Ruth Pfohl, division just started this year and
Ann Vardon all members of the Michigan Dames
1are invited. A Convenient Place To Buy
Honoring new directors and re- The bridge group will meet at 8 See the N EW
cently-appointed members of the p.m. Tuesday in the League. Mrs.
Board of Governors of the two dormi- Charles Ranous will be in charge with
tories, Helen Newberry Residence and Mrs. Paul Wiers, Mrs. Wilbert Hen-I
Betsy Barbour House will hold formal derman, and Mrs. Hilbert Zuiderma
receptions this afternoon. Tea will be on the committee. Other games be-
served from 4 until 7 p.m. sides bridge will be played.
Miss Ruth Pfohl, who is also an for the young and
instructor of the School of Music, re- Women To Be Assessed average woman.
ceived her appointment as directory _
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of Helen Newberry Residence th
summer and took charge of the do
mitory in the fall. The reception wi
serve as official welcome for her an
also Mrs. J. G. Hays and Mrs. S. C
Osborne, who are the new membe
of the Board of Governors.
Betsy Barbour is receiving for Mi
Ann Vardon, director, Mrs. Chest
Barnes, member of the board, a
Miss Virginia Poczik. Miss Vardo:
formerly connected with the Hig
land Park school system, succee
Mrs. Gerritt B. Diekema, who isa
present director of a dormitory i
Leland Stanford University.
More than 450 invitations have bee
issued by Helen Newberry, and ap
proximately 550 people are expecte
at Betsy Barbour's reception.
In the receiving line at Betsy Ba]
bou will be Mrs. Dean W. Myer
president of the board, Miss Vardo
Mrs. Barnes, Dean Alice Lloyd, Mr
H. B. Earhart, Miss Jeannette Perr
Miss Poczik, Miss Mercy Hayes, Oliv
Webb, '35, and Lavinia Creighton, '3
Mrs. Henry B. Joy, Detroit, wi
lead the line at Helen Newberr
Others will be Miss Pfohl, Mrs. Haye
Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bache
Miss Vera Howard, Isabelle Curri
'35, Katherine Choate, '35, and Doro
thy McLaren.
Fall flowers will be used for deco
ration in both dormitories, Newber
carrying out a pink and white colo
scheme, and Betsy Barbour using thi
ever-popular button chrysanthemum
Miss McLaren and Bettina Right
mire, '36, social chairmen for th
two houses, have arranged the tw
receptions.
Although women from Ann Arbo
and environs will pour at the te
tables, all the women in the dorhiitor
ies will act as hostesses during th
tea time. Mrs. Charles Sink, Mis
Henriette Scranton, Mrs. , Herber
Taggart, Mrs. Morris Tilly, Mr
George Patterson, Mrs. Albert Reeve
Mrs. Franklin Moore and Mrs. Camp
bell Bonner will preside at the Bets
Barbour tables.
Pouring at Newberry will be Mrs
Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. H u g
Thieme, Mrs. Henry W. Douglas an
Miss Claire Sanders. Mrs. Josep
Bursley, Mrs. Earl V. Morre, Mis
Clara Wilson, Miss Sara Rowe, Mis
Katherine Hart, Mrs. Frederick P
Jordan and Mrs. Albert Reeves wil
act as hostesses.
OrnAnizations
To Contribute
Theatre Tickets
Fraternities, sororities and local
women's clubs will have an oppor-
tunity again this year to contribute
toward Children's Theatre tickets for
underprivileged boys and girls in Ann
Arbor schools.
Last year through the generosity
of such organizations, more than 70
children attended the plays; who
would otherwise have been unable
financially to see them. Fifty cents
will buy three children tickets for
one play, or one child a ticket for the
series of three plays.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-.
rector of the League, urged all houses
to contribute toward the fund. The
first production of the Children's
Theatre, "The Adventures of Tom
Sawyer," will be given on Friday and
Saturday of this week, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre.
RUTHVEN TO GIVE TALK
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will speak at the meeting of the Luth-
eran Student Club to be held tonight
at the parish hall of the Zion Luth-
eran Church.

Ills Time to Dress Again
EVENINGS grog
more social -life takes on
the gay and amusing airs of
the winter season on campus.
We are ready for the well-
dressed contingent with in-
Iformal and formal evening
dresses of all kinds, colors,
fabrics, styles that are mod-
ern and wearable and
make a oinn too of prices
that are likable.

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sessed $1 to help f-iance the Sopho-
more Cabaret, Jean Gibbs, chairman
of the finance committee of the Cab-
aret, announced yesterday. One wom-
an in each dormitory, zone, and sor-
ority has been appointed to collect
the money.-

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