WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1934
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Faculty Dance Ruthven Home Contains Many
Attracts Over Interesting Relics From Egypt
200 To Union By DOROTHY GIES with centuries ago are not too differ-
S NOTE: This is the secon t from their modern prototypes,.as,
(f a series of articles on the President's Athe group of calved ivory dolls in the j
Many Private Dinners Held hcrne, describing some of the valuable Ruthven collection bears witness. One
Preceding The Dance; Is Curio"s"tdents maysehr doll has real hair glued on, and an-
Among the most interesting and :;other still wears a woven dress, all but
First In Series Of Five valuable art objects in the home of shredded with age. A box of ancient
President and Mrs. Alexander G. ivory dice proves again the old adage
The first of a series of five formal Ruthven is the collection of Egyptian that there is nothing new under the
faculty dances attracted more than relics, brought back from various ar- sun.
100 couples last night to the Union chaeological expeditions to the Valley Other interesting relics from Egypt
ballroom. Both members of the faculty of Kings. Many of the pieces were include a large etched tray of silver,
and alumni of the University danced gleaned from the age-old tombs of which may be seen in the sun-room, a
from 9 to 12 p.m. to the music of the pharaohs, some of them dating back clay seal, and a fragment of papyrus
Union Orchestra. 3,000 years or more.s bearing an inscription in hierogly-
Preceding thedance a number of3 A number of small bronze figurines. phics. An old water ewer with a
private dinners were held. Among the respresenting characters in ancient porcelain base and an etched copper
following four dances to be held dur- Egyptian mythology, were once cov- top contains a section to hold char-
ing the year will be included a dinner eed with gold, now so worn down by coal for warming the water. In the!
dance. the contact of centuries that little of library may be seen a collection of
Mrs. Walter V. Marshall, was gen- the original coating remains. More tiny oil lamps made of clay and stone.
eral chairman for the dance. Members amazing yet are the pieces of weav-!-
of her committee were Mrs. James ing used to encase mummies, and
Cork, Mrs. H. P. Wagner, Mrs. Charles fragments of tapestry, that preserve
L. Brown, Mrs. Donal H. Haines, gd today in its pristine perfection theT
Mrs. James B. Pollock. delicate web of the pattern.
Mrs. Marshall was charmingly One of the best private collections
gowned in a gold crepe dress with of Roman glassware in existence to-I
tucks running diagonally across the day is that displayed in a cabinet in For Freshm en
shoulders. Mrs. Haines wore black the dining-room of the Ruthven home.
satin and Mrs. Brown wore black vel- A memorial to the Roman occupa-
vet with bead inserts at the shoulders tion of Egypt, the glassware reveals To familiarize the freshmen with
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Again Jacobson's Steps Forth with a
aring and Startling Announcement!
of the long sleeveso f her gown. Mrs.
Wagner appeared in an attractivel
cream colored lace formal with a tiara1
of gardenias in her hair.
Dr. Margaret Bell was seen in a blue
crepe formal contrasted by a coral
-olored belt. Mrs. John W. Eaton woret
velvet in a dark grey shade.
One of the striking gowns seen was
worn by ? rs. Roy Baker which fea-
tured the new full and flaring skirt
of picture dresses in red moire.
a marvelous ar isrLiy ani cia Lsman- Lne modern dance, iance Ciub willi
ship. Frothed crystal and jars tinted present a demonstration from 3:45 to
to delicate iridescence once held the 5 p.m. today in Sarah Caswell Angell
ointments and cosmetics Egyptian Hall. The recital, which was originally
women used in their beauty treat- to be part of the Orientation Lecture
rments. Dozens of miniature bottles, Series, will now precude the Wyvern
the so-called "tear glasses," were used Activities Program.
for perfumes. Many examples of jew- The demonstration will consist of
elry are also included in the glass col- compositions, staged for the first time
lcction of more than 500 pieces. One by this group. "Go Down Moses,"
necklace consists of beads made up of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" as
many tiny fragments of dyed glass well as a "Study" by the men of the
intricately fitted into a mosaic pat- group will be presented. Dance club
tern. members have created original com-
The toys Egyptian children played positions to the music of Bartok and
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Rutlvens Wi1 Studies in technic, innovated by
f Doris Humphreys and Charles Weid--E
man, who performed in last year's
old Second n Dramatic Festival, will also be pre-
Four Days Only
MORN I NG CONTI NU I NG
FOR FOUR DAYS
COME EARLY IF YOU CAN
Be Here at the Stroke of Nine
Tomorrow for the Best Selections!
ACTIVITY NOT ES
Sororities and fraternities have
been busy this week entertaining
members of the faculty and town
guests at dinners at the chapter
houses. Rushing dinners are also
planned by some houses.
Acacia fraternity announces the
initiation, on Sunday, Nov. 11, of the
following : James R. Lientz, '36E,
'Kansas City, Mo.; Tom L. Evans, '37,
Detroit, and Richard W. Pomeroy,
Seldom have we staged such a sale involving such brand new fashions so early in the season!
IN THE MAIN
Miss Emily White, instructor in
physical education, is in charge of
the performance. Julia Wilson, '36,
and president of Dance Club, and Col-.
lin Wilsey, '35, have worked out sev-
eral of the dances.
Wi NTER COATS
Entire Stock, at a Discount of .... .
Invitations Are Issued ToI
And League Houses
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will open their home from
4 to 6 today for the second in the
Alpha Chi Omega series of student teas. Social invita-
Alpha Chi Omega sorority enter- tions have been issued to Zone III
tained members of the faculty at a of the Assembly, which includes the
dinner yesterday. Those attending Austin, Feiner, Jeffrey, and Rock
were Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. League houses, one zone of Mosher
Wilber R. Humphreys, Dr. and Mrs. Hall, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Pi
Charles A. Sink, Prof. and Mrs. Low- Beta Phi sororities, Psi Upsilon and
ell J. Carr, Prof. and Mrs. Preston Sigma Chi fraternities. Janice Rice,
W. Slosson, and Prof. and Mrs. Louis
C. Karpinski. Marjorie Oostdyk, '35,
was in charge. Decorations consisted
of white chrysanthemums in black
bowls with cream colored candles in
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi sorority entertained
the following at dinner last night:
Mrs. John F. Shepherd, Mrs. E. P.
Schram, Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Harley
H. Smith, Wayne. Marjorie Evans,
'35, social chairman, had charge of
the arrangements. The centerpiece
of the table was of white snowberries.
Green candles were used. A rushingj
dinner, also in charge of Miss Evans,
'35, a member of the social committee
of the League, which is headed by
Ann Osborn, '35, is in charge of the
Contrary to the previous arrange-
ments of having the teas on alter-
nate Wednesdays, they are to be held
this year on the, first two Wednes-
days of the month. There was a rec-
ord attendance of 164 students at the
opening tea of the year, held last
Wednesday. All undergraduate stu-
dents are invited to attend the tea
this afternoon, since it affords them
an opportunity to meet their class-
a rvin Titus
W ill IPresent
Orgran R eeital'
Parvin Titus will make his first ap-
pearance in Ann Arbor this afternoon
when he will be the guest artist at the
Twilight Organ recital at 4 p.m. in
Mr. Titus is known throughout the
country for his concert work. He is
Dean of the Southern Ohio chapter
of the American Guild of Organists,
a member of the faculty of the Cin-
cinnati Conservatory of Music, and
Organist and choirmaster of the
Christ Church, Cincinnati.
The recital, as usual, will be open
to the general public, with the excep-
tion of small children. There will be
no admission charge.
A Marvelous CollectionI
Taken from our new Fall Stocks! .....
Remaining Stock of
S'r TS .
IN THE ANNEX
One Group of
One- and two-piece wools and
knitted dresses- especially
* priced for this occasion .....
Where To Go
is being planned for tonight. Debate To Be HeldI
eld iy A 1 Nu T day MEtion Pictures: Michigan, "What
Suh Lmd faent d tsey JPU£h -1-""-! Every Womran Knows" with Helen
annual pledge banquet Sunaythe__
Union. Dr. Maurice R. McGarvey, H~ayes; Whitney, "Redhead" with
the house adviser, was the guest of The last debate in the first round Bruce Cabot and "Half a Sinner" with
honor and speaker. Iof Alpha Nu pledge debates will be Joel McCrea; Wuerth, "Elmer and
The pledges honored were C. S. held tonight in the Alpha Nu room Elsie" and "Merry Wives of Reno";
Bang, Grad., C. K. Yang, Grad., H. of Angell Hall. Majestic, "The Scarlet Empress" with
T. Chang, Grad., Tao Huang, Grad., The question for debate is: "Re- Marlene Dietrich.
Soong Huang, Grad., S. W. Yuan, solved: That the Legislature of Mich-i Exhibitions: Exhibition of pastel
'37E, C. S. Kwan, '37E, Herbert Schu, igan Should Reorganize County Gov- drawings by Elizabeth Telling, open,
Grad., and William Yu, '37E. ernment to form substantially large from 1:30 to 5 p.m. daily, Alumni
Peter Lim, Grad., was in charge political units. Memorial Hall.
of the affair. The affirmative side of the ques- Exhibition of drawings in archi-
Delta Delta Delta tion will be taken by Ralph Danhof, tecture and landscape design sub-
Miss Ann Vardon, director of Betsy '36, and John Clark, '38. Sheldon Tay- mitted in the 1934 Lake Forest Fel-
Barbour, and a member of Iota chap- lor, '33 and Richard Mattox, '36, will lowship Competition by students from
ter of Delta Delta Delta, will be hon- argue the negative aspect of the de- five middle western institutions, open
ored at dinner today at the sorority. bate. The audience will give the de- from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today only, large
oredn at dinner todaynat the sorority. , 12hibit
FOUR DAYS ONLY
This group includes hats priced
from $5.00 to $12.50. Felts
and fabrics in black, brown,
gray, navy, rust, red and green.
Our Fall SALE Brings Important Savings on
this specially selected group of
Regular $3.95 and $5.00
%WU NI E SHOES
reduced at the height of the season
to this decidedly low price.
Suede, Kidskin, Fabric, Calfskin,
Rough Leather Combinations
You'll find styles that can be worn all the
rest of the season . . . don't put off buy-
ing . you have the best choice now .. .
Connie shoes are favorites and will go in
a hurry . . . so we advise coming early.
Gamma Phi Betaj
Gamma Phi Beta celebrated its an-
nual Founder's Day Sunday with a
tea at which members of the Ann
Arbor and Detroit alumnae chapters
were entertained. Pouring during the
afternoon were Mrs. Earl S. Wolaver,
Mrs. Edward L. Adams, Miss Rose
Anderson, and Miss Grace Anderson,
all of Ann Arbor. Lois Altman, '35,
was in charge 'of arrangements.
Dr. Purdom To Speak At
Education Club Meeting
The Education Club is to hold an
open meeting at 7:30 p.m. tonight in
Room 2431 of the University Elemen-
tary School. Dr. T. Luther Purdom, di-
rector of the University Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational In-
formation will be the speaker and has
submitted as the title of his lecture,
"How to Get a Job." All members of
the School of Education are invited
Thursday evening the club held its
election of officers. Bessie Curtis,
Tickets Nearly Sold'
For Children's Play
The sale of the subscription tickets
for the Children's theatre ends Fri-
day noon. All who are planning to
attend the performance of Tom Saw-
yer are advised to purchase their
tickets and turn them in for reserved
seats immediately as they are going
fast. Single admission is 25c for chil-
dren and 50c for adults and may be
reserved at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre box office by calling 6300
from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
e xniion room, Architectur al Build-
Dancing: Hut Cellar, Den Cellar.
ONE GROUP at
2 for $1.00
ALL SALES FINAL
We Specialize in
Cain jts Patronage ...
Student Rough Dry
SHIRTS 10c Extra
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