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Vandenbergs Sail For Bermuda

Play At Annual
Theta Xi Dance
Many Faculty Members
Invited To Pledge Formal
To Be Held At League
Nate Frye' and his orchestra have
been selected to play for the annua:
pledge formal of Theta Xi fraternity
to be held Dec. 7, in the League, ac-
cording to an announcement made
recently by Robert Reed-Hill, '36E,
general chairman.
Arrangements are being made by
a committee composed of Nelson
Shaw, '35BAd., Edward McCormick,
'35BAd., Grant Barnes, '36, Robert
Thorne, '35E, Graham Batting, '35E,
and Richard Gerkensmeyer, '35.
Invite Many Faculty
Invitations have been extended to
-the following: President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Mayor and
Mrs. Frank Couzens, Prof. Henry C.
Anderson, Dean and Mrs. Henry
Bates, Dean and Mrs. Joseph Burs-
ley, Dean and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana,
Dean and Mrs. Clare Griffin, Dean
and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Her-
bert C. Sadler, Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Sink, Prof. Alfred Lovell, Dean and
Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys.
Walter Rea, Mrs. Chester Barnes,
Col. and Mrs. Frederick Rogers, Capt.
and Mrs. Walter Ferris,.Capt. and
Mrs. Boswell Hardy, Lieut. and Mrs.
Richard Coursey, Lieut. and Mrs.
Morton Wallington, Prof. and Mrs.
James Pollock, Prof. and Mrs. Edson
Sunderlund, Prof. and Mrs. William
Paton, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Moore,
Prof. and Mrs. William Hoad, Prof.
and Mrs. Henry Higbie, Prof. Stan-
lekDodge, Prof. and Mrs. D. M. Math-
ews, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis B. Holland,
Prof. Paul Cuncannon, Henry Kend-
all, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waltz, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Beuhler, are also invited.
Pledges Honored
The pledges whom the dance is to
honor are: Neil Levenson, '38E, Rob-
ert Cook, '38, Whitney Prall, '38E,
Warren Frees, '37E, Horace Green-
way, '37, Francis Ball, '37, Lyle Wil-
liams, '37Ed., George Butler, '35Ed,
Charles Holkins, '37E, John Knapp,
'37, Alec Neil, '37E, Hugh Weld, '37,
Howard Hawley, '37, Nelson Droulard,
'36E, William 'Rygg, '36E, Frederick
Jennings, '37E, Walter Pleiss, '37.
Nate Frye and his orchestra were
heard last year at the Freshman
Lantern Dance. They played recent-
ly for the Four Hundred Club in De-
Athena Admits
Three; To Hold
Mor e Tryouts
Three women were admitted . to!

Dormitory Social Director Is
Experienced Personnel Worli


Honored Cadets

By JOSEPHINE McLEAN also called on the parents of many of
'I like young people," declared Miss the pupils."
Ann Vardon, new social director of Miss Vardon left Highland Park
Betsy Barbour house. "My door is High School to take her B.S. degree
cpen to the girls at all times." at the Prince School, a graduate
As she spoke a student darted into school of Simmons College, Boston.
the room and thrust a slip of paper This additional training was intended
into the director's hand. Miss Vardon to better prepare the director for
scanned it. and congratulated her on her counsellorship.
her improved grades. Did Perscnnel Work
The open door policy at Betsy Bar-! "Surprising as it may seem, I didn't
bour makes for informal atmosphere. return to the high school," Miss Var-
Miss Vardon's sitting room with its don continued. "Instead I accepted"a
cverstuffed chairs, flowers, and pho- position on the personnel staff at the
tographs is well adapted to a mo- J. L. Hudson Co. in Detroit.
ment's chat or to more serious con- Miss Vardon remained for six years
fidences. at the store, always working with
"I try to understand everyone in people. She interviewed applicants for
the house," Miss Vardon continued. jobs, trained new employees, super-
"Some individuals are naturally vised the sales group, and placed them
friendly while others are aloof until in the department to which they
some difficulty arises about which were best suited.
they need advice." Miss Vardon plans to enroll in the
Advises Many Studcnts University the second semester. Again
Miss Vardon's past training and she will elect human relationship
experience qualifies her to give this courses, including psychology and so-
help. In preparation for her position ciology.
of counsellor at the Highland Park
High School she elected subjects at
the University pertaining to her prin-
ciple interest - people.
"Not only did I advise from 300 to Cl b~ inners
400 nigh school students about their
work and their extra curricular activ- A
ities," explained the director, "But I Annoiineed


--Associated Press Pnoto
Scn. Arthur 11. Vandenberg, who Eurvived the Demoe2ratic lands ido
in the r.cent Elections, and is con-cquentky be ng incrcned as Mich-
igan's rcssibility for the 1936 presidential nomination, is hown leaving

--Associated Press Photo



Bermuda with his wife and daughter, Elizabeth. Senator Vanden-
rg attended law s'heol here, and Mrs. Vandenberg graduatedl from ; P 10 #1 Ores
e Uversity withhe class of 19- -Urged ToyPay
vied New Glove Styles Add Cabaret Dunes
Individualit5 OAny Costume Describing the method by which the
Sophomore Cabaret is to be financed,

Mary Lou Bagby of Vinita, Okla.,
Mrs. Harold A. Riggs and Mrs. Iis shown herein her uniform as hon-
Ralph B. Fhlers, Mrs. W. B. Cameron orary colonel of the student cadets
and Mrs. J. F. Sturtevant of Ypsilanti at the University of Kansas.
were the winners in the last of a series
of four games of the Duplicate Bridge
Club played Friday in the League.
Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Ehlers, playing
in the north-south position, finished
with a score of 1931. Mrs. Cameron
and Mrs. Sturtevant, in the east- Motion Pictures: Majestic, "The
west positon had a scoreo 2047/,

Because hands are conspicuous even
when under cover, consider your
gloves an important accessory at all
times. Smartly dressed women not
only recognize the fit of a glove as
a primary style requisite, but are
increasingly painstaking a b o u t
matching gloves with other accessor-
ies, always keeping an eye on new
The sport glove must not only be
smart but warm. One style answering
this double need is. the hand-cro-
cheted glove combining brilliant col-
ors with white. Even grandmother's
mittens, which have become increas-
ingly riotous, have a place in the
college wardrobe. Color combina-
tions, knit kaleidoscope fashion, are
on display. Genuine pigskin is al-
ways good for sport wear, obtainable
in brown, black, or natural. Another
interesting sport style is the cordur-
oy slip-on glove with scarf and purse
to match, which will attract any wom-
an with an-eye to detail.
Suede Is Popular
Suede slip-ons for day-time wear
feature new cuff details. Of these the
criss-cross stitched cuff is a favorite
in wine, green, black, and brown.
In French kid, the gauntlet style fea-

rufledcur ae aso isinciveinJeane Gibbs, '37, chairman of the The culminative-------etodwa
ruffled cuffs are also distinctive in inance committee ,spoketo sopho- usedm
this material. more women of Mosher-Jordan Mrs. Riggs is well known in bridge
Other Materials Used dormitory Thursday night, events. With Dr. Riggs she shared
If you prefer a fabric glove, there
are the long, flared gauntlet styles. The Cabaret, which is to be held the city championship last season,
They are particularly striking in Dec. 14 and 15, is given for the pur- and she helped to carry the Ann:
black lace with white and are bound ose of raising money \to help pay Arbor team into the state competition.
to add a wealth of chic to any black off the undergraduate debt of the Second place in the north-south
and white winter ensemble. For spe- League. This debt was incurred when play went to Mrs. Charles Wahr and
cial afternoon occasions bengaline the building was built and has been Mrs. Herbert Silvester, scoring 187/.
adds a dressy effect, especially the gradually paid off each year by dif- ! Mrs. George Moe and Mrs. Ralph Di-
slip-on type with one pearl on each ferent class activities. This year, it mock, second in the east-west posi-
cuff. I is hoped, the debt will be completely tion, finished with 195. Mrs. Charles
Clariel contributes to evening by paid. The quota which the Cabaret Graham and Mrs. Robert Norris were i
introducing the velvet glove with gold is trying to raise is $1,000. third in the north-south division with
thread striping on the luxuriously In order to raise enough capital 183. Mrs. Charles H. Dawson and
long cuff. Palms of suede insure 2o finance a project as large as the Mrs. Gilbert Fletcher, with 1782,
perfect fitting. Women who prefer cabaret, sophomore women for a {ock third in the east-west play.
white kid for evening wear will be number of years have been assessed The Duplicate Bridge Club meets
interested to learn that this style $1 each. If the Cabaret is to be a every Friday afternoon in the League.
inteestd tolean tht tis syleThe club will not meet next Friday,
has graduated to a six-button length success, it is essential that every but on the following Friday it will
and is smarter than' ever. Long ben- sophomore woman on campus pay
galine slip-ons in white are also used this assessment by Thanksgiving, Miss start a series of Howell games.
for formal occasions, Gibbs said.
The project will be held in the' ASTRAKHAN USED TO TRIM
ballroom of the League. Tables will PARIS, Nov. 24. - (/P) - Black can-
ryouts o e be placed around the floor and there iche - a new fabric which combines
will be dancing and a number of wool with long strips of 'astrakhan
floor shows. worked into the material -makes a
Held Next-Week The League Fair will again be given striking coat worn by Mrs. Gilbert
in connection with the Cabaret. The Miller, who is passing some time in
For Black uil Fair will consist of a midway, several Europe. The coat, designed by Schia-
booths, and a "good old-fashioned parelli, is worn over one of the new
melodrama." Mary Sabin, '35, is sloping shouldered frocks of black jer-
Black Quill literary club will hold the chairman of this project. sey.,r

Mvierry Widow" with Maurice Chev-
alier; Michigan, "Trans-Atlantic
Merry-Go-Round" with Jack Benny;
Whitney, "The Scarlet Letter" with
Colleen Moore; Wuerth, "Bulldog
Drummond Strikes Back" with Ron-
ald Colman.
Dancing: Chubbs, Hut Cellar, Den
Members of the World Friendship
Circle will meet at 4 p.m. today at
Stalker Hall. All Methodist students
and their friends of college age are
invited. The group is especially anx-
ious for foreign as well as American
students to be present. Robert John-
son and Robert Sanford are in charge
,of the meeting.


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membership in Athena Literary So-
ciety, national forensic organization
for women, after preliminary try-
outs conducted last week. They are
Ruth La Roux, '36, Grace Gray, '37,
and Sara Clancey, '37.
Further tryouts will be held by of-
ficers of the organization from 8 un-
til 9 p.m. Monday in the Athena Room
of Angell Hall. Any graduate or un-
dergraduate woman interested in de-
bating, dramatics or literary work is
eligible for membership and is invited
to tryout, said Katherine Stoll, '37L,
president. A three-minute speech or
reading on any subject is required
for the tryouts.
Other officers of the society are
Mary Mildred Murphy, '35, vice-presi-
dent, Margaret Dunn, '35, secretary,
and Eleanor Blodgett, '35, treasurer.
Lillian Rosen, '36, has been appointed
program chariman.
Athena Society was founded on this
campus 15 years ago, and is Epsilon
chapter of the national organization.

turing a new cuff with belted effect
is new and adds variety to an ever-
II nml~ trioofcl^r eri^-A -i

poupulartypIe o1glove. Ill~or'ectyet tryouts for new members this week
rich in design for dressy or tailored and the week following. Any women
clothes, is the flattering capeskin with at least a B average in English
glove with the streamline corded courses taken at the University are
design. Another smart capeskin fea- eligible. Tryouts must submit aI
tures overcast lacing. Slip-ons with manuscript, either creative or critical
in nature. It is not necessary that
Hussey Gives Lecture manuscripts exceed three pages in
length, since the purpose is chiefly
On 'The Lost World' to indicate an interest in English.
Anyone wishing to try out is asked
Iota Alpha, honorary engineering to call Marion Wiggin, '35, or Aar-
society, held its regular monthly riet Greenwood, '35, chairmen of the
meeting Thursday night. Prof. Rus- membership committee,
sell C. Hussey spoke on "The Lost The club meets monthly. A pro-
World," describing prehistoric life in gram for the year has been arranged,
America. which includes talks by members of
A group of graduate students who the English department on various
have recently been admitted to mem- phases of literature, followed by
bership in the organization were in- round-table discussions. Other meet- I
troduced. The new members are Sho- ings will include reviews of new books
ichi Atsumi, Raymond B. Maloy, and plays, and readings by members.
Frank O'Bierne, Oscar Pederson, Har- Initiation for new members will be
lan P. Perrill, Harold H. Pickens, held sometime in December.
George A. Spangenberg, Eugene W.
Wasielewski, James W. Freeman,
Waldemar A. Ranzenberg, Howard R. Annual Fireman's Ball
Wilson, Shih-Liang Ma, David J. OneNov.
Peery, Maurice Rothstein, George D. To Be Held 27
Hertner, W. L. McPherson, H. L.
Welch. The annual Fireman's Ball is to be
held Nov. 27, and tickets are pricedI
Mrs. Sellars Will Tell at $1.00 a couple. These are avail-
'able at Wahr's, the League, the Un-
Of Russian Study Today, ion, and Wikel's Drug Store.
Dancing will last from 9 p.m. until
A sketch of her study of Russian 1:30 a.m., and late permission will
art and literature Mast summer at be granted to women students at-
the American Institute of the First tending. Two orchestras will provide
Moscow University will be given at the music. All profits will be given
8:30 p.m. today by Mrs. Roy W. Sel- to the Pension Fund.
lars at the Hillel Foundation. The
title of the address is "Socialist Real- DEEP RED IS NEWEST
ism and Soviet Literature." ST. MORITZ, Nov. 24. -- (P) -
The course, given especially for Deep red with a brownish tinge is the
Americans in Russia, is conducted by newest thing in lipsticks favored by

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You'll Want These New and
for the
it's the last big party before
the holidays and everybody
will be looking their loveli-
est . . . new sandals are
most important ...
and here are exclu-
sive styles in the new
* White Satin Gold Kid
a Black Satin e Silver Kid
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th a t a r e m o s t r s t a a t




The drama study group of the jun-
ior American Association of Univer-
sity Women, will meet at 8 p.m. Tues-
day, with the Misses Alice and Jessie
Bourquin on Geddes Road. Those
who wish transportation are asked
to meet at 7:45 p.m. at the North
University entrance of the League.
Prof. Joseph Brinkman, of the
school of Music, will appear in recital
before the members of the Faculty
Women's Club and their guests, meet-
ing at 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Tea will be served following the



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jeweled buckle..
silved kid with gold
lacing ... only two
of the beauties to
be had in this

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Russian professors.

fashionables here.




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Permanents $2. to $ 5.
Soft Water Shampoo
and Finger Wave.


Lasteze Girdle
also with SIDE LACINGS at


W ~HAT TO WEAR to the 'Pan Hell' Ball?"
Let's start with the Bouffant model,
sketched above, with its tight-fitting waist and flow-
ing skirt; or the new Streamline and Robe-de-Style
dresses with the lovely back treatments. Our collection
is really amazingly beautiful .. the price, too, is
amazing for they're just $16.95 and up

Sandals By Connie
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For dancing till dawn ! .. . Black Satin with Silver
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$3-95 $5.00
-If You're Rather Tall anc
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r> * White Satin*



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