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UniersiyTo Give Annual International Dinner For Foreign S
Will Be Held In
Decorations For Banque
To Create Atmosphere Of
Three hundred"and twenty-five ac-
ceptances, indicating a new attend-
ance record, have already been re-
ceived for the annual International
Dinner to be given for foreign stu-
dents by the University at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 28, in the Union
The dinner is a co-operative proj-
ect of the University, the Internation-
al Committee of the Ann Arbor Ro-
tary Club, the Student Christian As-
sociation, the student groups of the
various churches, the League, the
Union, and the Univrsity Glee Club.
The menu, the decorations, and all
the details have been planned so as
to create the atmosphere of a typical
American Thanksgiving dinner.
Hurrey To Speak
Charles D. Hurrey, chairman of
the committee on friendly relations,
who has been brought here from New
York especially for this occasion by
the Rotary committee, will be the
speaker. Prof. E. C. Goddard, of the
Law School, president of the Ann
Arbor Rotary Club, will be host at
the head table and will introduce Mr.
Two representatives of the Japan-
ese Government, Kaoru Hayashi and
Toshio Sasaski, attaches o fthe Jap-
anese Embassy in Washington, will
be guests at the head table. It is
hoped that Chih Meng Mei, vice-
chairman of the China Institute of
America, and Miss Lucy Wong, presi-
dent of Hua Nau College, will be pres-
C. C. Hsiao, president of the Cosmo-
politan Club, will speak briefly, and
the University Glee Club will sing.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counsellor
to Foreign Students, will preside.
To Act As Hosts
The. deans of the various colleges,
the advisor to foreign students, and
other administrative officers will act
as hosts at the various tables. They
will be assisted by the pastors of the
various churches, the student pas-
tors, and by other members of the
faculty and the community.
A large hospitality committee, con-
sisting of the student pastors, stu-
dent representatives of the Student
Christian Association, the church
groups, the comittee on internation-
al fellowship etc., will be on duty
from 6 p.m. until the dinner guests
Mu Initiates 13
Thirteen members of the Varsity
Band, University Symphony Orches-
tra, and Varsity Glee Club were in-
itiated Sunday night into the local
chapter of Alpha Epsilon Mu, na-
tional honorary musical fraternity.
Formal initiation at. the Union was
followed by an informal meeting, with
songs led by Herbert Goldsworthy,
'36E, president of the glee club, and
by a supper for actives and new
members. George N. Hall, '36BAd.,
president, addressed the chapter.
The new . members are Clair L.
Magoon, Spec., Theodore F. Miller,
'37, William L. Van Winkle, '37E,
Edwin D. Howell, Albert T. Zbinden,
'37M, Richard W. Harris, '36E, Stew-
art M. Cram, '35, Laurence C. Lip-
sett, '37, Owen N. Reed, '37SM, David
W. Mather, '37, Frederick S. Buchan-
an, '37, ,Frederick E. Sundstrom,
'37SM, and Donald J. Parry, '37.
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Alpha Kappa Lambda enter-
tained with dinners over the week-
end. Alpha phi also honored one of
its members with a shower.
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi sorority entertained
with a rushing dinner recently. The
party was arranged to represent a
night club. Balloons, paper hats, and
paper favors were used as decorations.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi gave a formal
dinner last night in its chapter housej
announcing the engagement of one
of its members, Beatrice Rabinowitz,
'36, to Louis Baum, '36.
On Sunday, Nov. 22, the chapter
gave Miss Rabinowitz a surprise
shower. The gifts were presented in
a unique fashion. One of the members'
carried an umbrella which was filled.
with all the gifts, colorfully wrappea
in tissue paper, and presented it to
Miss Robinowitz. It was a shower of
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Kappa Lambda entertained
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Dance Dee. 8
Herbie Kay Will Play For
Sigma Delta Chi Party In
A list of 23 patrons for the annual
Gridiron Dance to be held Saturday,
Dec. 8, in the ballroom of the Union
was announced last night by W. Stod-
dard White, '35, president of Sigma
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven head the list, which also
includes Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Prof.
and Mrs. John L. Brumm, Prof. and
Mrs. Wesley H. Maurer, Prof. and Mrs.
Edscn R. Sunderland, Prof. Louis A.
Strauss, Prof. and Mrs. Robert C.
Angell, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. FisherMr.
and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping, Mr. and
Mrs. Donal Hamilton Haines, Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo M. Abbot, and Walter B.
Herbie Kay and his dance orchestra
will furnish the music for the party,
which is the first Gridiron Dance to
be held since the spring of 1931. Sigma
Delta Chi, national professional jour-
nalistic fraternity, is sponsoring the
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Robert S. Ru-
witch, '35, E. Jerome Pettit, '35,
Thomas H. Kleene, '36, and White.
RuNitch, who is serving as chair-
man of the ticket committee, an-
nounced last night that there will be
no general sale of tickets. They will be
distributed only by members of the
local chapter of the fraternity to in-
ited guests at $2 a couple.
Will Lead Orchestra
Members of the Deutscher Zirkel Panhellenic Tickets
are invited to hear an address by Are Still Availa
Otto Bendheim, graduate student in
the medical school, at 8:00 p.m. Wed- All Panhellenic Ball tickets
nesday at the League. maining from the previous sale
Mr. Bendheim, who has studied in be available today at the Lea
various universities in Europe and; information desk, Jane Servis,
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Herbie Kay will bring his 15-piece
dance orchestra here ;or the Gridiron
Dance to be held Saturday, Dec. 8, in
Will Address Club
Clarence H. Elliot, chairman of the
county welfare department will speak
to the meeting of the Ann Arbor
Women' Club at 2:30 p.m. today in
the League ballroom. A discussion
will also be held on th6 current prob-
lems of the welfare department.
Preceding Mr. Elliot's speech will be
a talk by Dr. Francis S. Onderonk on'
some phase of peace. The social
welfare department of the Ann Arbor
Women's Club is in charge of this
which' will pay big divi-
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Tea dances and formal dances were
featured by the fraternities and sor-
orities Saturday to bring the football
season to a gala climax.
Marion Donaldson was seen at the
Beta Theta Pi fraternity tea dance
in a green crepe frock. Marie Abbott
wore a rust tunic dress with a gold
cord belt. Harriet Heath and Helen
Tai Dyne were seen in the ever-pop-
ular knit dresses. June Fraser chose a
brown skirt and cream satin blouse.
Blue velvet trimmed with sequins
was worn by Helen McDonald at the
Theta Kappa Psi fraternity house.
Constance Myers was seen in baby
blue taffeta. Eva Spenser wore black
velvet. The crepe and velvet combina-
tion in blue was chosen by Barbara
Jean McGregor was seen at the
Alpha Delta Pi sorority pledge formal
in sea-green crepe with a silver tunic.
Helen McKee wore blue crepe and
silver sequins. Eunie Parker and Helen
.Mitchell chose chiffon.
Chooses Rust Wool
Elizabeth Allen wore rust wool to
the Chi Psi fraternity tea dance.
Brown taffeta was worn by Janet
Jackson. Louise French chose blue
wool. Katherine Rietdyk was seen in
green wool with a silver collar.
Mary Almons, Adelaide Crowell,
Alice Goodwin and Helen Diefendorf
were among the guests at the Tau.
Kappa Epsilon fraternity house.
Rowena; Goldstiein chose purple
velvet for the Phi Sigma Sigma pledge
formal. June Smargon wore a black
crepe skirt with a red metallic tunic.
Black taffeta was worn by Francesy
Jane O'Farrell was seen at the
Delta Tau Delta fraternity tea dance
in a red crepe. Lola Campbell wore
red velvet trimmed with brown fur.
Betty Bowman was seen in a two-
piece knit frock of rust with brown
Wears Black Crepe
Black crepe with lace insets was
chosen by Florence Schenck for the
Phi Delta Theta fraternity formal.
Marian Robertson wore a gold satin
tunic over a brown skirt. Blouse and
skirt combinations featuriner metallic r
clothes were worn by Celia Gunthrey Club I tates New
and Betty Sweeney. Florence Kean's
black crepe and Patricia Ward's green Members Saturday
crepe were trimmed with narrow '
bands of white.
Gandrtofru hteJ.kThe Swimming Club held its initia-
Gertrude Jean wore black velvet tion at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the
trimmed with rhinestone buttons toanopolThiittewreV-
the Theta Xi fraternity house. Ida Union pool. The iitiates were Vir-
by Geraldine Fish at the Delta Zeta Redden,L38Ed.; Mary Knight, Ed.,
Themetl-lot tnicwa won Mary Louise Hamlin, '38, Ester
sorority pledge formal. Betty Walz Haughery, '38, Katherine Roderich,
chose black moire, and Louise Mars '38, Ester Dewitt, Dorothy White,
wore white. Alice Mahnke wore black :38 Jean Lillie, '38, Jane Vernor, '38,
crepe with green ostrich feathers. ;Florence Shively, '37, Dorothy Blank-
League Grill Popular enburg, '38, Jean Schmidt, '37P, and
Nan Diebel, Janet Wray, Rowena Jane MacDonald.
Goldstein and Helen Gorman were A short business meeting followed
seen at the League Grill. the initiation and Betty Howard,1
Marian Iddings chose blue crepe for '36Ed, was elected captain-manager.
the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity dance. Helen Gillespie, '35Ed., was made sec-
Delta Glass was seen in red crepe retary-treasurer. Arrangements were
with silver-cloth trims. made for a meet with University High
Irma Zeeb was seen at the Hermi- School to take place January 19.
W*L LS Y
Dresses that bespeak the glories of
the holiday season for which they
are intended. . . a sparkling prelude
to the gay round of social activities
that lies ahead. You'll fall in love
with these "Festivity Fashions" at
first sight . . . Superb, audacious,
spirited things, and priced with ex-
ceptional consideration. I9 5
tage fraternity house in black crepe.
Virginia Hendley wore white net with
a contrasting pink jacket, Jean Sny-
der, Ann Mitchell, Rosalie Stech,
Katherine Hunter, Katherine Burgess,
Mary Ferris, and Marion Anderson
were among those seen at the Zeta
Psi fraternity house.
Maxine Maynard Will
Speak At Junior Collegef
Maxine Maynard, '35, is going toE
Grand Rapids today to speak at the
Grand Rapids Junior College. A ban-
quet called "Kilocycle Klatter" is
being held, and Miss Maynard will be
a guest on that occasion. The subject
of her talk is "Television," and it will
be concerned primarily with the
Women's League, its activities, and its
organization. This will be accom-
panied and illustrated by moving pic-
tures of the League and the University
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan ,"Trans-
Atlantic Merry-Go-Round" with Jack
Benny; Whitney, "The Scarlet Let-
ter" with Colleen Moore; Wuerth,
"Housewife" and "Charlie Chan's
Courage"; Majestic, "The Merry Wid-
ow" with Maurice Chevalier.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
New Selection of
Dance till dawn ... IF YOU
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ing Belle-Sharmeer eve-
ning chiffons. They fit at
the beginning and at the ,.
end of gala evenings for
they're made to your meas-
ure. . .inwidth and length:
as well as foot size. Four in-
exclusive in Belle-Shar -
meer. ... for small, average,
tall and plump women
shadowless. $J f<.l
and up, pair
An afternoon dress that fea-
tures tucking. Clip and buckle
are of antique gold. The
material is crepe marocain in
peacock. Size 14.
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Informal dinner gown of
heavy dull sheer crepe.
Sweeping skirt, prima donna
corsage and wide sleeves are
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black, size 12.
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