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4ATURDAt, NOVEMBER 17, 1934 THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

PAGE FIVE

iternational
PartyIPlanned
For Nov. 28
Chiarloe G I1urrey T oSpeak
At Annual Dinner Given
To Foreign Students
The annual International Dinner
given for students from other lands
by the University will be held Wed-
nesday, November 28, at 6:30 p.m. in
the ballroom of the Union.
In this project the University has
the co-operation of the Ann Arbor Ro-
tary Club, the church brganizations
for young people, the Student Chris-
tian Association, the Glee Club, the
Union and the League. These agencies
have combined to express their in-
terest and desire in this way to fur-
ther international good will and
friendship. Invitations have been is-
sued to about four hundred. Many
of the deans and members of the
University staff will act as hosts and
hostesses at the various tables.
The speaker for the evening will be
Charley D. Hurrey, of New York, sec-
retary of the committee on friendly
relations. Mr. Hurrey is brought here
for this dinner by the Ann Arbor
Rotary Club as the man who probably
has the greatest familiarity with the
entire foieign student situation of
any man in this country.
"It seems especially appropriate
that this dinner to our students from
other countries should be given on the
eve of our most characteristic Amer-
ican celebration," said Prof.- J. Ral-
eigh Nelson, counsellor to foreign stu-
dents.
The entire occasion will be as nearly
as possible like a large American
Thanksgiving dinner.

Church Bells Toll For Ginger And Lew

f NIX&NAX
I;, is generally acknowledged that
f irst impressions arc most important.
With football week-ends here and va-
cation time rapidly approaching, it is
well to turn an eye to our luggage.
A smart traveling outfit can. be more
Shan belittled by a dilapidated looking
suitcase.
Modern luggage pays as much at-
tention to style as it does to durabil-
ity. The newest trend in materials is
fabric of several kinds. A "Sky-Robe"
model made by a well-known company
is of striped woven canvas with leather
trimming. A four-bar dress folding
unit holds from four to eight dresses
and there is plenty of room left in the
bag for hats, shoes, and miscellaneous

Student Counsellor

The campus sororities have been meeting today at the Red Run Golf
busy entertaining at rusling dinners Club, Royal Oak.
this past week. Cora McClench, president of the
Alpha Delta PiAnn Arbor Business and Professional
Club, wishes to announce that a bus-
Seven guests were entertained at a
rushing dinner at the Alpha Delta edssd ne at 6:30igbe .Ed at 5 p.m
Pi house Wednesday. Marjorie ball, head of the social science depart-
Evans, '35, who was in charge of the ment of Northeastern High School
dinner, chose green and white deco- Detroit, will be the main speaker. Her
rations. . topic will be "Woman's Share in the
Alpha Omicron Pi World-Wide Struggle of Peace Against
Ruth Hef, '36, was in charge of War."
the rushing dinner held last night The Royal Oak and Ferndale clubs
at the Alpha Omicron Pi house. Pink will be hostesses and Florence Gesell,
and white carnations were used as district chairman from Monroe, will
centerpieces. Ten guests were en- preside. Reservations should be made
tertained. by telephoning Miss McClench.
Delta Zeta -
The Ann Arbor alumnae of Delta cafe. The girls were themselves
Zeta were in charge of the rushing dressed accordingly. Irene Lyons,
dinner given at the chapter house '37, interpreted a French dance, Har-
Monday night. Small tables and riet Crow, '36, sang in the French
brightly colored awnings changed the language, and other French choruses
normal setting into one of a Parisian I were sung in unison.

articles. The twin to this bag is a small
overnight case. The latter has a talon- -
fastened piece on the side that is a;
marvel of compactness, holding all the! Prof. . Raleigh Nelson, Counsellor
necessary requisites of the feminine to FTeign Studentb, will be a promi-
toilette. nent guest at te itzrnational Dan-
Valise Is Waterpr:afed ier hv-ch is to be held Wednesday i
the ballIroomi of the Unidon.
A clever choice in the fabric valise
is the new composition of water-
1:roofed linen ihat can be safely andHardy To Instruct
easily washed with ordina ry soap
and water.- One smart model is in I Women In Riflery
genuine Irish linen with the match-
ing fitted case. The color is natural
with rust and green woven stripes and Riflery will get underway at 4:15
a green leather binding. It can be had Monday when Captain Roswell Hardy,
with either a crystal or leather post assistant professor of Military Science
handle, and Tactics. addresses the women on
Ancther style comes in herring-bone this sport. He will replace Captain
woven striped canvas in the leading|Arthur B. Custis as rifle coach. The
fall shade, terra-cotta brown. It is group will meet in the rifle range in
lined with tie-silk, while the pockets i Palmer Field House.
made with lastex hold their shape I h inractice wilbeheld 1

Grad. Students' Dance
Scheduled For Tonight
The first of the monthly dances for
graduate students will be held from
9 until 12 p.m. today in the Women's
Athletic Building. Miss Jeannette
Perry and Miss Dorothy Ogborn are
acting as chaperones.
This is the only 'dance of the year
to which it is customary for women to
go unescorted. The dance is held for
the purpose of introducing the grad-
uate students to each other.
Arrange Study
Tour To.Starr
Commonwealth
As a part in the general plan of
study tours arranged for the foreign
students this year, they will be taken
Sunday, November 18, at 1 p.m. to the
Starr Commonwealth for Boys, which
is one of the internationally known
experiments in work for underpriv-
ileged boys.
The trip will be especially inter-
esting for those students interested in
educational and sociological problems.
Rabindinath Tagore has modelled his
school in India after this. The stu-
dents will be the guests of Mr. Starr
for tea and .have an opportunity
of seeing all the buildings, equipment
and the general plan of the institu-
tion.
The study tours began about six
weeks ago when foreign students were
conducted to various buildings on
the campus to acquaint them with
parts of the University which would be
of help to them in their work. Having
completed this series within the Uni-
versity, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, coun-
sellor to foreign students, has ar-
ranged for various trips to points of
interest in the communities nearby.
Future tours have been planned
thus far for seeing the Saline Com-
munity Farms, which is an experi-
ment in community farming, and
Greenfield Village, Ford's Museum of
American History.
Speech On Russia
To Be Given Today
Mrs. Roy W. Sellars will address
the members of the Ann Arbor group
of the American Association of Uni-
versity Women at 3 p.m. today in the
ballroom of the League. She will
speak on "The American Students
in Russia."
X\rs. Sellars spent the summer in
Russia attending lectures at the
American Institute of the First Mos-
cow University. The course was con-
ducted in English by distinguished
Russian scholars. Pinhezitch is the
director of the school, Minhi, under
whom Mrs. Sellars studied, and a son
of a former minister of the Czar,
emigrated at the time of the revolu-
tion but has now returned. Mrs. Sel-
lars' work under this scholar was in
the field of Russian art and literature.
Margaret Burke will sing a group
of Russian songs.
dancing I

-Associated Press Photo
While an enthusiastic audience of film celebrities looked on, Ginger
Rogers and Lew Ayres, stellars in the movie world, were married in the
Little Church of the Flowers in Glendale, Calif. This picture was taken
when the young couple was leaving the church.
Play ProductionSatirizes The
Theater In 'The Royal Family'

through the lifetime of the bag. It
comes bound with either calf or hand-
backed rawhide.
Travel tweed is a sporty-looking
fabric. It comes in light brown with a
darker leather binding. It is lined
with an Italian velour design of moire
taffeta, or a self-material lining if
desired.
A distinctive model comes in lizard-
grained cowhide. The fittings are
enamel in shaded colors with a floral
design. The square back and rounded
front are typical European details,
I"while the handle is an anchor model
that resembles those on imported lug-
gage.
Plaid Is Popular
Plaid luggage is popular this sea-

e I nu p l l tiauA gpl UU*lAt
Wednesday afternoon in the range
and succeeding practices will take
place every day except Friday
J.G.P. Tryouts Should
File Cards In League
All those interested in trying out
for committee work or for any type
of part in the Junior Girls' Play
are urged to fill out one of the
League Dramatic Cards, obtain-
able in the Undergraduate Office
of the League. The cards must be
filled out and placed on file there
before Wednesday, Nov. 14.

T-IE FAIR CO-ED goes smartly
who goes robed in a formal
from the Elizabeth Dillon Shop.
House-parties are coming up and
with them the year's fashion
parade. The gleaming metallic
jacket or tunic over a plain skirt
will offer stiff competition for
first honors. Another blue-ribbon
winner is a slim-lined white velvet
with a red velvet halter and one
we particularly liked was a two-
tone green tunic and skirt. And
the "handicap" for one and all
is only $14.75.
EVENING SMARTNESS starts
with a trim coiffeur and there
is no better way to make it lasting
than with a permanent at the
DiMattia Beauty Shop (just over
the Parrot, you know). First confer
with the barber as to how your
golden locks really should be, then
give yourself up to the powers that
be .. . the results are truly amazing
in point of time and achievement.
Need we add . . . make your ap-
pointment early?
S0 MANY accessories make an
evening, not the least im-
portant of them being lipstick and
rouge. Calkin-Fletcher's is stocked
to meet any and all requirements.
Dorothy Grey has a line of eight
shades of lipstick with correspond-
ing rouges. both cream and dry.

By ELEANOR JOHNSON
"The Royal Family" is a mad-cap
satire on one of the stage's most fa-
mous triumvirate - the Barrymores.
In the play is all the wild and hilar-
ious existence of people connected
with the theatre. Everythin in the
show from properties to the setting
i self speaks of the exaggerated excess
of living envisioned by those outside
the stage.
The stage, representing the drawing
room of the famous family, is filled
with flowers sent by doting admirers;
the telephone is constantly ringing
and added to the noise of the phone
is the ever-present ringing of either
the front or back door bell.
It takes two members of Play Pro-
duction to simply keep the bells
straight in the production of the play.
With the number of bells and the
many entrances caused by their ring-
ing, one can appreciate why two peo-
ple will be kept 'busy attending toI
them. In the first act alone there
are 50 entrances, the majority of
whir h dnniirrr by nn fthn

ting carries out the idea of grandeur
which accompanies any "royal" play.
Mr. Oren Parker, designer of so many
sets for both Play Production and the

Children's Theatre, has built the set son. One style is in grey and white
for the Barrymore farce. The imperial tweed with woven clay-red stripes.
idea of the play is even carried out in It has shock-proof edges and is lined
the walls where French fleurs-de-lis in contrasting silks. A new Gladstone
decorate the blue background. model is on the market, the pleasant
Jane Bassett, '35, is working on the feature of which is the elimination
properties for the show. Hers is the of all straps and heavy hardware. It
problem of finding all the presents comes in genuine pigskin.
which are constantly pouring in from More attention has been given of
ardent fans. Jean Allen, Grad. is the late, in answer to the traveling man's
book-holder and Alice Morgan; '35, is demands for a small lightweight,
in complete charge of the box-office. yet practical bag. New York and otherI
Harriet Cook, Grad., has designed the large cities have seized upon the cur-
posters and programs. The play will rent interest in football and tied it
be presented Wednesday, Thursday, up with men's luggage with the new
Friday and Saturday at the Lydia "football" leather. It is the same
Mendelssohn Theater.
I-

tough cowhide that is used for foot-
balls and comes lined with extra
strong twill.
Men's hat-cases are smartly made
of aniline dyed English russet cow-
hide. Those who do traveling by plane
to any extent are using the new lug-
gagerdesigned especially for travel
by air. The new style club bag is one
model with a stay-open frame, the
double zipper opening, an extra lock
with flap, and a heavy suede lining.
The "aviatrix" bag of shark and cow-
hide, and aerotone tweed are also
adopted by those of good taste.
7E

Few Dances Held
During Week-End

Specials For
Saturday

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w ic are announcea y one oz tn
bells Because of the attraction of the
Stairase Is At Back Ohio State homecoming, many stu-
Sstaircase, tyBal dents have left town for the week-end.
A huge staircase, typical of the Only two houses are entertaining to-
ultra" of the whole play, makes up Onyt
the entire back of the set. This stair- day.
way has as vital a part in the play Theta Chi fraternity will entertain
as an actor for everything from serv- with a closed tea dance. Gordon
ants' enti'ances to a genuine fencing Drummond, '36E, is making arrange-
duel is enacted on its steps. Without ments for the party. Mr. and Mrs.
this grand stairway the production Glen Drummond will chaperone the
f "The Royal Family" would be as paity.
inecnceivable as doing the show with- Robert Young, '36, is in charge of
ofut actors, for it has such a promi- the closed tea dance to be given by
ant part in the show. phi Delta Theta fraternity, Chap-
'Ihe scat is that of a modern draw- ci oncs will be. Prof. and Mr's. Carl
ing room fiund in the most exclusive itzenberg and Prof. and Mrs. Otto
of penthouse apartments. All the set- Guthe.
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Motion Pictures: Majestic, "Cleo-
patra" with Claudette Colbert; Mich-
igan, "The Age of Innocence" with
Irene Dunne and a stage attraction;
Whitney, "Romance in the Rain"
with Heather Angel; Wuerth, "Now I
and Forever" with Shirley Temple
and "The Last Roundup" with Ran-
dolph Scott.
Plays: "The Adventures of Tom
Sawyer" by the Children's Theatre,
1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Dancing: Union ballroom, League
Grillroom, Chubb's, Granger's, Prek-
Rtes, Hut Cellar.

Of ndependent. Women
A bi-weekly bulletin of campus
activities is the newest project being
worked out through the League by
non-affiliated women. The first issue I
of the bulletin will appear on Wed-
nesday. It is to be distributed free
of charge to every independent woman
living in a private home, and to every
League house and dormitory.

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