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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1,1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gay Crowd Of Sorority Women Attends Annual Pan-Hellen

ic Ball

Students Wear
S mart Formalsi
At Sorority Ball
Jane Servis Selects Gownl
Of Violet Crepe Trimmed.
With Silver Lame
300 Couples Attend,
Robe de Style Competes
With Sheath Silhouette
In PopularityAt Dance
The annual Panhellenic Ball which
took place in the balloom of the
League last night was an affair of
great brilliance. Smart formals in
the brightest colors and newest de-
signs were chosen by the sorority
women of the campus. The newly-
revived robe de style was very much
in evidence, as was the type of gownI
featuring the sheath silhouette that
has met with such wide favor this
season.

Un

tion Popular With Students Detroit Alumni Play Production Will Present
Who Spent Thanksgiving Here Are Invited To Operetta 'Tolanthe Next Week!Where To Go
-t-.dotion Pictures Majestic,"
ough many students left town gardenias at the neck. Betty Whit- Grid ron Dancej By ELEANOR JOHNSON duction, the play reaches unusually pihfr On hr1oarda

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Servis Leads March
Jane Servis, '36, general chairman
of the ball, led the grand march,
attired in a violet crepe gown, with
short sleeves and inserts of silver
lame. The low v-shaped decolletage
was marked by a sash of the material
tying in back. Miss Servis was es-
corted by John Carstens, '35BAd.
White moire taffeta was chosen by
Margaret Cowie, '36, publicity chair-
man, whose dress was gathered to
fullness in the back with a bustle
effect. The simplicity of the gown
was relieved by a silk cord belt and
a ruby clip in the center of the large
white bow at the neck. Miss Cowie
was accompanied by William Cutting,
of Detroit.
Margaret Mustard, '35, ticket chair-
man, escorted by John McCarthy,
'36, wore a black crepe formal, with
top of gold sequins, and a short train.
Bitter-sweet velvet was selected by
Betty Rich, '36, program chairman,
whose dress also ended in c short
train. Frank Rennell, '36D, accom-
panied Miss Rich.
The chairman of music, Jean Shaw,
'36, escorted by Parker Lofthouse, of
Detroit, appeared in wine velvet, with
a deep cape of silver sequins. Blue
moss crepe trimmed in net pleating
at the square-cut neck was chosen
by Madeline Coe, '35, chairman of
floor and refreshments, who was es-
corted by Harold Klute, '37L.
Metallic Notes
Louise French, '36, wore a gown in
effective and smart black-and-white
contrast. The skirt was of black
satin and the top of white taffeta
shot with gold threads in plaid pat-
tern. Miss French, decoration chair-'
man, was accompanied by Dewitt
Snyder, '36. Jean Laitner, '36, pro-
gram chairman, was attractively
gowned in wine velvet. A rhinestone7
buckle fastened the belt which crossed
in the back and met in the front.
Van Dunakin accompanied Miss Lait-
ner to the dance.
Peach net over taffeta of the samef
shade fashioned the formal worn by
Betty Aigler, '35, president of Pan-
hellenic. The dress fitted tightly to'
the knees, flaring from there to the
floor. A cape of net was worn with
the gown. Miss Aigler's escort was
Don Bulmer, '35M.l
A light blue dress was the choice
of Ruth Root, '35, secretary of Pan-
hellenic, for the annual dance. A
silver sash and silver sandals were
the bright touches of her attire.
Campus Leaders Present
Maxine Maynard, '35, president of
the League, was charmingly gowned{
in a scarlet moire robe de style. The
off-the-shoulder design and full skirt,1
tightly gathered at the waist, were
indicative of the popular revival oft
the picture dress. Her accessoriesl
were black.
An apple-green crepe dress was
chosen by Katherine Rietdyk, '36,
member of the J.G.P. committee.
Ruffles fell from the knee to the floor,
an extreme decolletage was another
smart feature of the gown. Silver
sandals and rhinestone jewelry aug-
mented her attire.
The general chairman of J.G.P.,
Julie Kane, '36, selected a formal of
a deep purple crepe to wear to the
ball. The dress was simply cut in
a v-neck, and was accented with
flowers at the shoulders.
Kathleen Carptenter, '35, chairman
of the JudiciarytCouncil, selected a
brown lace dress, effectively con-
trasted with accessories of orange.
Another prominent campus leader
who attended the dance was Hilda

Wednesday to be home for Thanks- ney was seen in a blue informal with v_______Officials of the speech departmentc
giving, several fraternities entertained an intricate collar of gold lame. and School of Music were ambitious1
Phi Chi was one of the few fraterni- IProminent Journalists And when they first conceived of combin-
with parties, while the customary ties to give a dance Wednesday night. Advertisers, To Receive ing the work of the two groups inC
membership dance was held at the They entertained with a closed pledge presenting as a laboratory project an1
Unionformal, at which Bill Marshall's or- Bids For Dec. 8 operetta each semester. One of the!
Among the campus women attend- fraa hc ilMrhl' r isFrDc igs atr ntesceso o
. chestra played. Chaperones were Dr.bigsfatrinheucsso -
ing the Union were Nina Pollock, who'and Mrs. SpencerWagerand Dr. and More than a score of Detroiters lanthe which will be presented by the'
wore a flame-colored crepe dress, with Mrs. Leonard Hilmer. James Kurts, prominent in journalism, advertising, Play Production next week is the
a peplum jacket and a cowl scarf '36M is social chairman. Seen at the and allied professions all members music which is under the very capable
timdwtgodsqisanJaePhi Chi dance were Margaret Starr, direction of E. William Doty.If
Arnold, who selected a simple after- who chose wine crepe accented with of the Detroit alumni chapter of Sig-
noon dress of black crepe trimmed ruching and a small train, and Mary ma Delta Chi, have been invited to Choral Union and has studied direct-
with white collars and cuffs. Eliza- Ellen Menard, who wore a severely attend the Gridiron Dance Dec. 8 in ing in the Salzburg Mozarteum and at
beth Allen chose a long short-sleeved j simple chartreuse green crepe formal, the Union. Leipzig. He has assumed, in taking
gown of black crepe trimmed with a Eunice Parker attended in a white Memb f t over the direction of the music for
white collar and bow at the neck- velvet formal made on princess lines, "Iolanthe" the task of training solo-
line, and Marjorie Warner was seen mittee for the dance yesterday an- ists, choruses and orchestra.
ornamented only by a rhinestone belt.
in a two-piece dress which featured Others who attended were Nelle nounced that an imposing list of stu- C
a re ovrblose nd blak sirt thes wo atendd wee Nlledent leaders also had accepted invi-C Conducting is not simple in itself,
overblous da blackski Nordstrom, who chose black crepe nbut wh'en it comes to training such
Linda Bauer was dressed in a longcut on simple lines,withwhichshetonhs remde
hunter's green informal, accented by con sile liness, i d Jc n Detroit alumni who have been sent hremen and one woman's voice
lighter green at the neck, wore silver accessories, and JaneintaosicldMlomW.B- threemean oewmn'vic;
Fletcher, who selected black velvet it becomes especially arduous.
Black Popular with black taffeta ruching framing gay editorial director of the Detroi Gilbert and Sullivan have employed
Marin Witne woe blckwitha IFree Press; W. S. Gilnmore, editor of
Marion Whitney wore black, with a the low back. With it she wore rhine-FG such combinations throughout the
bow of dark green velvet at the neck- stone earrings. the Detroit News; Donald Hogate and opera in an effort to make the music
Slade also wore Volney Fowler, both of the public re- fit in with the comic element of the
line, and Marjoriea a e Radio Dance Held lations department of the General plot
black. Her dress was accented by Phi Sigma Delta entertainea with Motors Corp.; Powers Moulton, of the The music is light and fantastic,
an informal radio party Wednesday Detroit Free Press; Robert Tarr, state fitting excellently the general spirit ofI
Kirby, '35, chairman of Orientation night. Chaperones were Dr. Jerome editor of the Pontiac Daily Press; the operetta. Thereare a few lapses
program. Miss Kirby's gown was de- Hauser and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Conrad Church, managing editor of into lyrics which are shown in the
signed in the smart tunic style with Klapper. Benjamin Charin arranged the Pontiac Daily Press, love songs of the shepherd and shep-
an empire bodice and braided straps. the party. Allen Tenny, managing editor of herdess.
The formal was made of a light shade Guests at this party were Minnie the Birmingham Eccentric; James There are 25 musical numbers in
of pink crepe. Solomon, who was seen in a dark blue Schermerhorn, Jr., of the Detroit the two acts of the show. These are
Ann Osborn, '35, social chairman of crepe afternoon frock, with a blue and News and Radio Station WWJ; H. C. made up of solos, duets, quartets and
the League, wore a formal distin- I white ascot scarf, and Sally Leavitt, L. Jackson, Detroit News columnist; choruses. The opera is musically ex-1
guished for its simplicity. It was who wore black trimmed with white Ralph Peters, Detroit News feature ceptional in that the male load is
of white chiffon and fell from the accordion pleated collar and cuffs. writer; Karl Seiffert, of the Detroit played by a baritone instead of the!
waist in classical folds to form a Frances Burnstine attended in a News; James Inglis, of the Detroit usual tenor.
slight train. A flower of the same brown satin dress, which featured a Times; James Devlin, of the Detroit "Iolanthe" is considered "good the-
material was fastened at the throat fitted jacket, and a coral pink col- News; Allen Shoenfield, of the De- atre" from both the music and drama
in front. Rhinestone jewelry supple- lar of the same material, and Gladys troit News. points of view. For a musical pro-}
mented the dress. A dress of black Hornung selected brown velvet, dis- Pat Dennis, radio editor of the De-I---
velvet was the choice of Jane Fletch- tinguished by diagonal gold stripes troit Times; William McIlrath, assis-A
^r, '36, J.G.P. dance chairman. Black and trimmed with a wide brown belt tant state manager of the United Annlounce Make-Up
taffeta ruching encircled the hem of accented by green suede. Press; Loren Robinson, of Campbell- _T1 1
the dress. and the low decolletage. Ewald Co.; W. A. P. John, vice-presi- LXa m 1 J ygtenc
Tunic Effect Good dent of McManus, John, and Adams;
Peacock blue crepe was the color Population Growth [rank Kane, of Campbell-Ewald Co.; The only make-up examination in,
Ruth Rich, '36, selected for her Pan- ! B D c Arthur J. Abbott, prominent Detroit Hygiene will be held at 4 p.m. Tues-
hellenic dress. The gown was de- 3lli Bes1cs1s e attorney; William Simonds, editor of day, Dec. 11, in the East Amphithea-
signed with a tunic effect with a skirt the Ford Motor Co. publications, and ter of the West Medical Building, ac-
and halter neck. A wine-colored Limitations to the growth of popu- Lee A White, of the executive editorial cording to Dr. Margaret Bell, direc-
flower provided a color contrast. Sil- lation ,especialinMha.wl' department of the Detroit News. fr fnv +in -.i for wn- I
peilyinMcia will -

ralnIea vel wih nuretaL Garbo
dramatic climaxes, which are assisted Mihg "K
by appropriate music.Micigan,"ansas City Princess"
The Lord Chancellor, hero of the' with Joan Blondell and "The Passing
operetta, has accompanying him a Review" on the stage; Whitney,
fugal "leit motif" which announces "Whom the Gods Destroy" with Walt-
nis pompous entrance on the stage. fr Connelly; Wuerth, "Dragon Mur-
According to Mr. Doty, the music der Case" and "Very Honorable Guy."
in the opera is "good" because it is Dnig no blroLau
melodious and fantastic enough to Dancing: Union ballroom, League
back up perfectly the lyrics and gen- Grill Room, Chubb's, Granger's, Prek-
e ra'. theme of the play. etes, Hut Cellar.
Phone 2-1912
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LADIES: We are now in a transi-
tion per'iod which may be called
"informal dinner or dressy street."
Let Elizabeht Dillon solve your
Sunday dinner or tea-dance prob-
lems during the pre-vacation sea-
son. Boucle is smart for the "dressy
street" . .. particularly in Str'atos-
phere Blue (even the name is
mysteriously new). For the infor-
mal dinner we saw the increasingly
smart blue and yellow combina-
tions and also a lot of sequin trim-
mings. But why not drop in and
make your own selections?
* *.*
CHRISTMAS is nigh so be pre-
pared with gifts for one and all.
The University Fashion Shop has
an attractive line of lingerie to
suit every taste. We also approve
of the scarves done in smart Scotch

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ver slippers were chosen to wear with discussed by the Ann Arbor League
the dress. of Women Voters at a luncheon meet-
Winifred Bell, '36, wore a flame- ing at the Michigan League, Dec. 7,
colored crepe formal, distinguished at 12:15 p.m. Discussion will be pre-1
by its high neckline in front and low ceded by talks by Mrs. Dorothy Park-
back trimmed with sequins. er, assistant in surgery at the Univer-
The women's editor of The Daily, sity Hospital; Mrs. Cornelius Wilbur,
Eleanor Blum, '35, appeared in a dress and Miss Margery Davis, who has,
of black, unusually contrasted with done research work at the women's'
ostrich feathers at the neck. The reformatory at Framingham, Mass.
velvet formed a criss-cross pattern Reservations must be made through
across the back. Margaret Phalan, the League by Thursday noon. Every-
'35, was attired in a dark blue taffeta one interested is invited to attend.
picture dress, trimmed in ruffles of
old rose. The ruffles encircled the TO HOLD STUNT NIGHT
neck and decolletage.TU
Black and White Popular Stunt night will be featured at
The author of the 1934 J.G.P., Jean the dance to be held from 9 to 12
Keller, '35, was smartly gowned in a p.m. tonight in the League Grill.
formal of blac~k velvet. Marie Metz- Janet Wray, '35, a member of the
ger, '35, appeared in a dress of white social committee of the League,
crepe, contrasted with black velvet. which is headed by Ann Osborn,
In the lounge we noticed Marjorie '35, is in charge of the program.
Oostdyk, '35, charmingly dressed in a
gown of white satin designed with-
a slight cowl neckline fastened with a long-sleeved model with a cowl
rhinestone clips at the side. The back neckline. Miss Garr chose accessories
was a low v-neck while the skirt of gold. Josephine Cavanaugh, '37,
flared from the knees into a slight was seen in the ballroom attired in a
train. gown of silver blue satin. A double
Virginia Randolph, '35, was smart- train effect was the distinguishing
ly attired in a formal of red crepe. feature of the dress.
A silver lame collar and inserted Mary Savage, '35, selected a stun-
godets of the same material in the j ning gown of royal blue velvet, simply
skirts formed an effective contrast. designed with double straps down the
Marjorie Morrison, '36, member of back and fitting tightly to the knees.
J.G.P. central committee, selected a An attractive dress of peach crepe
gown of white crepe. Pleats of the was worn by Jean Friederici, '37. The
material made a smart cape and also' gown had a slight train and a square
encircled the bottom of the dress. I decolletage.
Variety of Materials Worn Faith Crittenden, '36, was attired1
Camilla Bowman, '36, wore black in black velvet with panelled inserts
lace. The dress had ruffles of black of white velvet and rose pointe lacel
tulle at the bottom and pink velvet forming a smart contrast. Betty Ann1
bows were on the shoulders. Beebe, '37, wore white satin while'
Red was the color of the formal Jewel Wuerfel chose a formal of old
Billie Carr, '37, wore. The dress was rose crepe.
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CHAPTER HOUSE'
ACTIVITY NOTES,

en. UiNiaca UIdti ~ vi
Students who have missed lectures'
are required to read "Fundamentals
of Health" by Kirkpatrick and Hueth-
ner before the examination.

Following the Panhellenic Ball last
night, many sororities entertained
at breakfast in the Michigan League
or in their chapter house.
Delta Delta Delta
Twenty couples attended the Delta
Delta' Delta breakfast in the Mich-
igan League following Panhellenic
Ball last night.
Decorations were in silver, gold,
and blue, the sorority colors.
Phi Beta Phi
Twenty seven members of Pi Beta
Phi entertained their escorts at break-
fast at the chapter house after the
Panhellenic Ball. Fall flowers were
used as a center piece on each table.
Virginia Randolph, '35, was in charge
of the arrangements.
Delta Gamma
Kathleen Carpenter, '34, was in,
charge of the breakfast held at the
Delta Gamma sorority after the Pan-
hellenic Ball last evening.
PREUSS TO SPEAK
The Lutheran gtudent Club will
meet Sunday evening in the parish
hall of the Zion Lutheran Church.
The usual supper at 5:30 p.m. will
be followed at 6:30 p.m. by a talk
by Professor Preuss of the political)
science department. All Lutheran
students are cordially invited to at-
tend.

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