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November 28, 1934 - Image 5

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Banquet To Be
Held Monday
' By Assembly
'Change Of Meanings' T
Be Subject Of Address
By Prof._Muyskens
The first annual banquet of the
League Assembly, association for non-
affiliated women, will be at 5:45 Mon-
day in the League ballroom. a
The principal speaker of the ban-
quet will be Prof. John Muyskens of
the speech department, who has
chosen as his subject, "Change of
Meanings." He will be introduced by
Dorothy Sanders, '35, of Zone IX, who
has been appointed toastmistress for
the occasion. Other speakers will be
Dean Alice Lloyd and Registrar Ira
Smith, who will present the Assembly
honor awards to one woman from
the sophomore, junior, and senior
classes, who has maintained the high-
est scholarship.
Trios To Sing

Co-eds Chosen College Beauty Winners

Musicale To
Be Given For
Women's Club

Fashions In Evening Wraps
Strike New Note Of Elegance
Panhellenic Ball, that annual oc- Lycns velvet is noteworthy for its

casion which inspires the most gor-
Prof. Brinkman Will Be geous evening regalia, looms once
again, and with it will be introduced
Guest Artist In Recital the newest in evening wraps. Arrive'
in state, whether you prefer your
At League wrap long or short, coat or cape, un-
furred or trimmed with lavish furs.
Prof. Joseph Brinkman of the To aid that grand gesture, ourE
School of Music will be the guest capes swing back. A regal fourteen
artist of the program for the musi- yards of sweeping velvet is thrown'
cale and tea of the Faculty Wgmen's across your shoulders and trails the
Club at 3 p.m. today in the Lydia floor as you walk. Or if you prefer,
Mendelssohn Theater. He will give you can nestle your chin in silver fox
a piano recital, that continues as a cowl in black.
Professor Brinkman, a graduate of Col eiabr s om-

-Associated Press Photo
Miss Susan Hull Lee, of Holly Springs, Miss., and Miss Margie
Curry Ivy, of West Point, Miss., were selected as the most beautiful girls
on the campus of Mississippi State Teachers College by their fellow

Music will be provided by the Betsy
Barbour trio, composed of Dorothy
Vale, '37, Jeane McLean, '37, and
Rachel Lease, '37. Madeline Hadcock,PerrnesGive Added Touch o
'35SM, of Martha Cook dormitory,
will play the piano, . and Marion -jOnve -e
Bertsch, '35, also of Martha Cook, will Jonlerva Lve
be song leader. _
Tickets are priced at seventy cents, By JANE HEATH Pari in pink and blue are selected by
and may be procured from Miss Ethel yAaryi
McCormick at the League or from Perfume is to the woman what man.c
the assistants in each zone. A reduc- white dress gloves are to the man- Lentheric's exotic Miracle, golden
tion of twenty-five cents will be that added touch which achieves a Lotus d'Or and enchanting Asphodele
given to all women living in Mosher- favorable and lasting impression. We are presented, each in an 8-ounce
Jordan, Betsy Barbour, or H'elen are all aware of the strong power of hand etched decanter, on an ivory
Newberry, Betty Hill, '35, general peifume whose charms were known toned dressing table tray; eventually
chairman, announced yesterday. to Cleopatra and her predecessors. the set will appear in the guise of
Most modern women aim to be fas- a cocktail or cordial ensemble. Miracle
An extra issue of the Assembly bul- cinating if not beautiful; perfume is also found in a subtle blue. Lotus
Ain wa dissriued to assll l is one of their most valuable weapons d'Or in a soft-hued amber, and As-
Snon-a- in the war for popularity. phodele in sparkling clear crystal.
iated women Monday, containing spe- Fotntlee hIotepn
cial information about the banquet. The better shops everywhere offer Fortunately, even the most expen-
Copies were distributed to all women a varied selection of manufactured sive perfumes come in one dram con-
living in private homes, League fragrances: de toi, je chante, new and tainers as well as in the larger sizes.
houses, and dormitories. Betty Green, scintillating as a sequin formal; old Otherxise, how could we hope to
'36, Dorothy Triplett, '36, and Gene- English lavendar, choice of the con- have a luxurious collection of del-
vieve Wilkowski, '35, are in charge servative; Mimsey, subtly seductive; cate bottled scents?
of the bulletin, which is the first of Pinx, poignant as spicy flowers. a
its kind ever published. Christmas Night in its magnificent
black and gold bottle is admittedlyw
the perfume. Other ranking favorites ,,
Prof. Jamison are Charon's new Avion which Har- Elizabeth Inolis
per's Bazaar has proudly featured,
Bellodgia in a squarish flacon and
Now In Charg-re Shalimar in chubby bubbled crystal.'saAnnounced
Le Gardenia comes in a tiny trans-
OfPl ce en alent globe with a snowy artificial O ieitrs osuet n
lossom perched on the top; it isnterest to students and
also shown in a little case combined Ann Arbor friends is the announce-
Prof. Charles L. Jamison has tem- with LeFreesia and LeSecret.y n ent made by Mr. and Mrs. James
porarily taken charge this year of the Reliable Houbigant and Coty con- Inglis of the engagement of their
placement service of the School of tribute their share to the vast array. daughter, Elizabeth Agnes, to Dr.
Business Administration during the Coty presents Lamont, Tourpours, William A. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
absence of Prof. Ernest M. Fisher, mai. and Paris; Houbigant shows Au- Joseph W. Scott, of Oakland Drive,

the American Conservatory of Music erald, you are sure to be queen for
in Chicago, made his first appear-
ance Cag, adeiaiis ite Chico the night, especially if your coloring
ance as a piarnist in the Chicago is suited to the most mysterious of
Symphony Orchestra in 1925. Until shades. A Faust-red mantle of vel-
1929 when he came to this Univer- vet contributes much to the cold
sity he served on the faculty of the sleekness of white satin. A cape
American Conservatory. He has ap- which adds warmth to dignity is the
peared in recitals in music centers of black velvet in knee length with a
the west and middle west, touring for grey and white squirrel lining. Its
a season with Chemet, violinist. Pro- s run collar frming the face
fessorolr Brinkmnan is widely known as. is alluringly1youthful.
an interpreter of the classics. T hyyy
Following the recital, tea will be There have been many new velvet
served in the Ethel Fountain Hussey colors introduced this season. Brownt
room. Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, velvet, crested with mink, is one of1
Mrs. G. Carl Huber, Mrs. Morris p. the most successful. Another new
Mrs. GaMrs.Peuer MrskMrgi l "color is the sapphire velvet appear-j
pour. ling in a slim sheath with marten'
Members to take charge of the tea cowl. Not new, but increasingly popu-;
tables appointed by Mrs. Emil Lorch, lar is the black velvet and ermine
president, are Mrs. Walter F. Hunt combination. In the hour-glass wrap
and Mrs. Ira M. Smith, who will be with pointed train, this style reaches
assisted by Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky, the peak of evening wrap splendor.
Mrs. Lewis M. Gram, Mrs. Charles L Molyneux's full-length coat of silk
Jamison, Mrs. Ferdinand N. Menefee,
Mrs. Armand Eardley, Mrs. Wells I.- -
Bennett, Mrs. William Clark Trow,
and Mrs. William Randolph Taylor. JCHAPTER HOUSE
Shoppers Are Greeted
By Christmas Decorations,

upstanding color clasped at the "Contributions of the Negro to Our
throat with a stunning marquisite Culture" at a meeting to be held
pin. Its sleeves are full at the elbow, at Lane Hall at 8 p.m. Saturday.
graduating to a slim smartness around, Mr. Cottin is a graduate of the
the wrist. Another coat of this type University of Michigan and is now
designed by Maggy Rouff, combines a member of the faculty of Fisk
a flattering soft collar with a raglin University. He has studied in France
sleeve effect. Transparent velvet with and Germany,.
stole trim of chinchillete appears in The speech will be followed by a
a knee-length coat in black, and discussion period. Refreshments will
deep colors. be served.
Pbr Colors this year are vivid or soft
For Club Neetino and shaded. There are deep rose reds,
" carnation reds, and American beau-
ties, vivid medium greens, and cedar
A discussion of hobbies was the browns, followed by soft pinks, light
subject for the program of the meet- greens and pale turquoise blues.
ing of the Ann Arbor Business and -
Professionl Women's Club at 8 p.m.
yesterday It the League. Short talks
were given by members of the educa-
tional committee of which Esther
SSmith is chairman and including
Frederika Gillette, Marjorie. Drake,
and Mrs. H. S. Mallory. Mrs. Henry
W. Cake also took part in the dis-
cussion with other members also con-
tributing interesting phases from
their hobbies.
Ella Hymans, curator of rare books
in the University library, was guest
speaker. She talked on her hobby of;,
collecting fine editions.
Reception IsGiven-
To Honor Piccards
Honoring Prof. and Mrs. Jean Pic-
card, Prof. Charles Koella of the ro-
mance languages department and
Mrs. Koella entertained at a recep-
tion Monday night after Professor
Piccard's lecture.
Among the guests were Dean and
Mrs. Edward Kraus, Prof. and Mrs. I Take a tip from Hollywood-
Russell Hussey, Professor-Emeritus lavoris before the "close-up"...
William Hobbs and Mrs. Hobbs, Prof. It avoids any suggestion of
and Mrs. Joseph Brinkman, Prof. and embarrassment... Ask "Hero"
Mrs. John Shepard, Prof. and Mrs. ye knows 1
The daily use of Lavori.
Joseph Lincoln, Prof. and Mrs. Ed- is admittedly a mark of
son Sunderland, Prof. Rene Talamon, oe's friends o
Registrar and Mrs. Ira Smith, Prof.
Hanns Pick, Prof. and Mrs. Daniel L A V 0 R I S
Rich, and Prof. and Mrs. Lars Thom- MOUTH WASH GARGLE


Fraternities and sororities announce
The temperature hovered close to several pledgings.
sixty yesterday, and dandelions put Chi Omega
in a sudden appearance, but Christ- Chi Omega sorority announces the
mas is only a few weeks off and Ann pledging of Catherine Eichelbarger,
Arbor must have her yuletide decora- '37, Detroit.'
Downtown shoppers were greeted by Delta Sigma Pi
firtres n eer lap-ostan bads Delta Sigma Pi fraternity an-
fir trees on every lamp-post and bands nounces the pledging of Stuart Bell,
of laurel strung over their heads. The '37 Cheboygan; Floyd Monaveck, '36',
decorations were put up by the Re-37Chbya;FodMnvc,'6
tail Merchants' Division of the Ann Grand Rapids; Stanley Kilgore, '36-
Arbor Chamber of Commerce, and BAd., Kalamazoo; and Leon Kercher,
according to Secretary C. A. Wolf, 1 '36BAd., Camden.
125 trees and 1400 feet of laurel were Tht Theta Phi Alpha
ordered.ghCt Phi Alpha sorority an-





who has heretofore supervised the Matin, Quelques,
service. Evening in Paris
The school attempts, through this blue and silver
service, not only to get positions for -rs th y
its graduates, but to get the types of
positions for which each graduate is Ann Arbor V
particularly suited. Business organiza- To Attend
tions are kept in touch with and in-I
terviews are secured for the students Several Ann Ar
with representatives of the concerns. tend the arts a
For the most part, only large com- Christmas tea Sa
panies apply for men, but the variety by the Detroit a
of jobs is large, including accounting, Cook at the Color
statistical work, market analysis, buy- try Club.
ing, advertising, etc. Patronesses wh
Theproblem of placement, accord- Mrs. James Bruc
ing to Dean Clare E. Griffin, was eas- board of governors
ier this last spring than the year be- Mrs. Delos Parke
fore. Margaret Hayes.
director of the d
Sculpture Studio Is Sara Rowe, man
bert Reeves, forme
Opened By Student be there.
Miss Helen Bailey, '34, a former_ _ -
student of sculpture under Prof. Avard
Fairbanks, has started a studio of
her own in her home at East Liver-
pool, 0. Working under the FERA, i
Miss Bailey has 17 pupils, ranging in
age between 13 and 50 years. I
Miss Bailey's work was cited last
year for its excellence by Lorado
Taft, eminent American sculptor, dur-
ing his visit to Ann Arbor. She willI
speak on Jan. 11 to the Civic Club
in Midland, Mich. She gave a lecture
before the Pittsburgh chapter of
Michigan alumnae recently, illustrat-
ing her talk by executing clay models. I

Fleurs, and Ideal.
captured in cobalt
and Springtime in
Vomen Plan
d Alumnae Tea
bor women will at-
id , crafts fair and
,turday to be given
lumnae of Martha
ny Town and Coun-
ho will attend are
e, a member of the
s, Mrs. Stuart Baits,
er Heath, and Miss
Mrs. George Codd,
ormitory, and. Miss
ager, and Mrs. Al-
ner director plan to

Miss Inglis is a graduate of the Em-
ma Willard School and Vassar Col-
lege. Dr. Scott is resident physician
of psychiatry at the Michigan State
Hospital in Ypsilanti. He graduated
from Kalamazoo College and the Uni-
versity of Michigan Medical School.
He is affiliated with Alpha Kappa
Kappa medical fraternity,
No date has been set for the wed-
The Empire Line, reminiscent of
the Empress Josephine, is popular in
Paris this season. It is fashioned with
a, high waistline and a slender toe-
length skirt. The fabrics with which
the gown is designed are lame moires,
changeable lame velvets, quilted lame
taffetas, and laces shimmering with

Scouting Society Elects
Current Year OfficersI
In an election of officers for the
current year held at the meeting of
the Scouting Fraternity last night, Lee
Lyon, '38L, was chosen president;
Irving Achtenberg, '36E, was elected
vice-president; and Tom Downs, '38E,
was made secretary-treasurer.
I. W. Bleil, representative of the
Michigan Youth Conference, ad-
dressed the organization on the com-
ing convention, and two delegates
were elected. They are William Mor-
ganroth, '37, and Achtenberg.
Charles Brisley of Detroit, a noted
collector of Canadian stamps, will ad-
dress the Ann Arbor Stamp club with
an illustrated lecture at the Union
today at 8 p.m. All students and fac-
ulty members are invited to hear Mr.

nounces the pledging of Anne Kowal-
iszyn, '38M, of Grand Rapids.
Outdoor Club To Hohl
Mixed Swimming Meet
The U. of M. Outdoor Club is spon-
soring a mixed swimming party at 8
p.m. Saturday in the intramural pool,
according to James Loughman, '35E,
president of the organization, who is
in charge of the affair.
Members will play games including
water polo and will compete in races.
Although this is the first splash party
held by the club this year, swimming
parties attracted a large crowd last
Seyfried Jewelers
Dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry
304 South Main St.


____ - '

Chiristmas at wards;

Jor a Colorful
and Week-end!






Where To Go


.7M 0 ".. " .

Motion Pictures: Whitney, "Among
the Missing" with Richard Crom-
well and "David Harum" with Will
Rogers; Wuerth, "Charlie Chan's
Courage" with Warner Oland and
"Housewife" with Bette Davis; Ma-
jestic, "The Merry Widow" with
Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette Mac-
Donald; Michigan, "Trans-Atlantic
Merry-Go-Round" with Jack Benny
and Nancy Carroll.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
-A Convenient Place To Buy-
for the

So flattering no woman
could resist one! Tea.
rose and blue, with lots
of lace and ruffly rib-
bons! Priced so low,
for thrifty gift-buying.

In the Stunning
New Shades
Another important shipment
of Thrift Fashions unboxed
in the Accessories Shop-
/-1T exciting evenings you
will have this week when
you wear these lovely frocks! 1
They're so flattering your night,
life will be successful from the
Sequin and metallic trimmed
styles; rich gold and silver
touches. Plain crepes and satins.
Peacock Blue Dragon Green
Peach Black
Pencil Red White
Bittersweet Nile Green
$1 .75 - $ 75

Though you're iles away
on Thanksgiving Day,
The folks back home will be surprised
and happy to have yon call them. And
talking with them, and hearing their
voices, is next best to seeing them.
Note the surprisingly low rates shown
for Day-Station-to-Station long distance
calls. Most Station-to-Station rates are
less after 7:00 p.m., and t: reduced still
further after 8:30 p.m. The long distance
operator gladly will tell you the rates to
other points.


From ANN ARBOR to: tanato
Traverse city.........1.15
Big Rapids ........... .90


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