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THE M101 T(TAN DAILY

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Steinle To Play
Annual Hillel
Dance Saturday
Cabaret Theme Will Be
Carried Out; Goldstein
Heads Arrangements

Sued For Divorce

Pseudo Psilly Psymphony' To
Be Sixth Sophomore Cabaret

Sing Visits U.S.

Featuring music by ioo Steinle
and his Union Orchestra, the annual
dance sponsored by the Michigan -.
chapter of B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion will be held from 9 to 12 p.m.,
Saturday in the League Ballroom, ac- ,
cording to Irving F. Levitt, '36, stu-
dent director of Hillel activities.
A novel feature of the dance is that
it will be in cabaret style. Tables willI
be placed around the floor of the
ballroom in such a manner as to per-
mit a maximum of dancing space and
also a good view of the floor from<
every seat.
Floor Show To Be Featured
Entertainment will be providedrin
the form of a. floor show with pro- j{
fessional talent. Entertainers have
been secured from the Detroit, Flit,
and Ann Arbor dancing academies. AsctePrsPho
A novel feature for the League ball- Associated Press Photo
room will be dancing by the candle- "I will mcet with suit," said Elissa
light from the tables about the floor. 1 .andi (above), screen actress, when
Tickets for the Cabaret Dance are tehi that her husband, John Cecil
open for campus sale and may be Fnota e bars, ha fil
purchased at the Hillel Foundation, Lawrence, English barrister, had filed
Oakland at E. University Avenue or suit fcr' divorce in London. She said
from any ' committee member. The Ihe would resume a divorce action
tickets are priced at $1.50 a couple .he had started and later dropped.
and also entitle the bearer to a 50 _
cent choice of food served from the x
League, Grill or soda-fountain. m' leIn Corsetrv
Tables seating from one to ten /Y./a
couples may be reserved at the Foun- C aT1
dation or by phoning 3779.

Tiring of the naive simplicity of the Sarah Caswell Angel Hall was made
raditional Sophomore Circus, five into a Toyland developed along fu-
years ago the central committee of turistic lines. The ceiling, decorated
he sophomore project decided to keep with cambric streamers, represented
:bieast of the times and go sophisti- a large wheel which was somewhat
-ated. The result of their decision was higher in the center and sloped grad-
t:he first Sophomore Cabaret, a class ually down. Barbara Braun, '33, was
project which has been maintained general chairman. that year, and the1
ever since, and which will be pre- venture was so successful that its
-ented by women of this year's class place as a permanent institution was
Dec. 14 and 15 in the League ball- insured.
room. The 1931 cabaret. which was di-
The first cabaret was a dubious rected by Grace Maye-, '34, was held
venture, as any innovation is, and for the first time in the League ball-
ras held on a much less pretentious room. A Mardi Gras motif was car-
scale than this year's project. In ried out both by the cabaret and the
epite of the uncertainty which the League Bazaar. Another innovation
committee felt as to the success of inaugurated that year was the empha-
the cabaret, the final financial report sis placed upon costuming and enter-
showed that the project had cleared tainment.
almost $200, a substantial increase The entertainment consisted c t
over the profits of the former sopho- eight numbers. The most unusual
more project. The proceeds were feature was a puppet chorus, in which
burned over to the Undergraduate the women wore grotesque masks,1
Fund of the League. characteristic of Mardi Gras. An-
Barbour Gymnasium was the set- other chorus was made of women!
ling for this cabaret, and decorations dressed as chess pawns, who played
,vere carried out in the Gypsy motif. a game of chess in their dance, while
The League bazaar was held in the a picturesque number was provided{
Gymnasium proper, while Sarah Cas- by an Empress Eugenie chorus.
well Angell Hall was turned over to A nautical theme was carried out
the sophomores. Decorations trans- by the Sophomore Cabaret held in
formed the auditorium into a court- 1932. The ballroom was decorated to
yard of yellow walls with red-tiled resemble a ship, and the floor show'
:oofs, and openings above gave consisted of "gob" numbers. Hilda
glimpses of a vivid blue sky. The Kirby, '35, was general chairman
walls were overhung with balconies, of that cabaret.j
brightened by Spanish shawls draped The next year. the sophomore wom-
over a corner, and broken by doors en went back to the Gay Nineties for1
arched over with Spanish grill work, I their theme, and had as the title1
and two or three windows on each of their project "The Brass Rail."
side. The catchword of the cabaret and
Emily Bates, '32, was general chair- the League Fair, which was held on
man of the affair, while Mrs. Byril the second floor of the League, was
Pox Bacher, assistant dean of women "Come Up Sometime."
was the adviser of the central com- Entertainment consisted of a chor-;

Modern Drama TrendsShown
In Presentation Of 7olanthe'
Caiyyg eta w a appears to be Gondoliers" Jast year and is in charge
the trend in modemn drara, the pro- of the operetta again this year. Act-
1lamh ' combines all ng as student assistant to Mr. Windt
ncsi a wih the ree h that neither is Jchn Silberman, '35.
. speken word, movement, or Five performances of "Iolanthe"
cclor are subordinatd by each other. will be given. The show opens tonight
Thr s for the c, etua, designed and will run through Saturday. A
by O;:}i Parker, e -ianned to estab- matinee will be given Saturday after-
I i the atmosphere of the play. The noon for school children.
f:L a t takes place in a wood. Par- Virginia Chapman Goetz, '35, is
ad furni1hings are used to make head usher. Dorothy Saunders, '35, is
S sible an effective display of cos- working on properties and Charles
S mC- action and music. Howard is in charge of the box
Throughout the play an effort has office,
n inde to maintain the ethereal Members of the cast will give a
al element of the operetta. broadcast at 9:15 a.m. tomorow. At
The yua'sgive sets are used to bring that time, they will present excerpts
cut these elements. The second act from the musical score.
occurs in an enclosed court. New
lighting effects are employed which Graduates Of
give an entirely new feeling to the cos
costumes.
The production of an operetta with Miehitan Are
a cast as large as that in "Iolanthe"
makes heavy demandsbon those per-
sons who are responsible for the back-a
stage management. It is the job of_ _
Charles Maxwell, '37, to see that sets, Miss Louise Bush, daughter of Mrs.
actor, adpbe wh the curtain rises. Charles G. Bush, Ann Arbor, was
mo! quietly married to Edward L. Beut-
Properties have been carefully ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
chosen. Few are being employed, butIBeutner, New Buffalo, at 4 p.m. Sun-
hey have been selected for their ef- I day in the chapel of the League. Rev.
fectiveness. Allison Ray Heaps read the cere-
, Iolanthe" is the second showCmany.
which combines the facilities of the For her wedding dress, Miss Bush
School of Music and Play Production. wore a traveling costume of brown
Valentine B. Windt directed "The woolen material with a tunic blouse
of acquamarine crepe and beaver-col-
3 sak Qull T old lared coat. Her hat was of a match-
ing brown and was accented by a
Meetiin At League feather. Miss Bush carried a corsage
of Talisman roses harmonizing with
the brown tones of her ensemble.
Black Quill, literary club for women Miss Bush chose Margaret Cole, De-
ctudeats, will meet at 7:30 tomorrow troit, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. H.
eight in the League. All old members j N. Cole, Ann Arbor, for her only at-
who have attended no meetings this tendant.
year and who fail to be present at Kent Bowsher served as the best
this meeting will be excluded from man. The guests included only rela-
membership. g ttivesof the couple and a few other
Anyone wishing to tryout for the intimate friends.,
club may do so by communicating After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
with Marion Wiggin, '35, or Harriet Beutner left immediately for their
Greenwood, '35, co-chpirman of the home in Safford, Ariz. Mr. Beutner
membership committee. will occupy a position in the govern-
ment service as a soil erosion special-
uthv ens T o Hold Third ist. Both attended the University, and
took graduate work in geology. Mr.
Of Student Teas 'oday Beutner was a member of Theta Kap-
pa Nu, professional fraternity, and
The third tea in the series given Mrs. Beutner belonged to Chi Epsilon,
for students by President and Mrs. professional society.

-Associated Press Photo
Kira Kazarinoff, the Russian singer,
was an attractive subject for the ship
photegraphers when she arrived in
New York for her first visit to the
United States.
Foreign Students Will
Visit Community Farms
The next in the series of study

Goldstein Heads Dance
Rowena Goldstein, '35, is chair-
man of the dance committee. Other
members include: Dorothy Stern, '37,
Marcus Ginsberg, '36, Selma Wax, '37,
Louis Goldberg, '37, Robert Sloman,
'34E-'37L, Julian Goodman, '36, Max
Packer, '37, Martin Alexander, '36,1
Herb Fabricant, '36, James Rosenthal,
'37, Robert Remez, '35, Max Etkin,
'35. Francis Burnstein, '37, Oscar
Shapiro, '36M, Lois Zlatkin, '35M,
George Halperin, '37, Marvin Atlas,
'35, Sherril Kastle, '36, and Abe
Zwerdling, '36. Tickets for the dance
may be purchased from any of the
committee members and from Irving
Levitt.
Patrons for the dance are: Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan B. Metzger of- Detroit,
Judge and Mrs. Joseph Sanders of
Detroit, Prof. and Mrs. I. L. Sharf-
man, Prof. and Mrs. Raphael Isaacs,!
Prof. and Mrs. William Worrell, Prof.
and Mrs. Reuben L. Kahn, Mr. and
Mrs. Montague F. Modder, Mr. and
Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins, Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. Bothman and Mr. and Mrs.
Osias Zwerdling.

Newest Silhouette

- mittee.
Simplicity of design, perfection of The 1930 cabaret was also held in'
cut, and smartness of fabric are the Barbour Gymnasium, and this time
three salient features of corsetry to- --- --
day. The necessity for a smooth-fit-; Ou
ting foundation garment is especially s us'se
prevalent this year in that the severeI
lines of the new dresses, both for af- European Trip
ternoon and eening wear, make no
allowance for superfluous curves and BeforeAdelphi'
bulges. Many changes have been
made to supply this need.
New Silhouette Charles A. Orr, of the economics ,

Last year iuch emphasis Avas
placed on the long flat hip-line and
bones were used to rigidly straighten
the back-line. The new silhouette,
however, is long, with thigh control,
of course, but often with no boning in
back, thus permitting some curve.
The under-arm is cut high enough
to firmly support the flesh; yet not
too high to be worn under an eve-
ning gown. In fit and coloring, the{
tendency is for skin effects. Pale
fresh pinks are the most popular, al-

department, spoke before Adelphi last
night on his experience while travel-r
ing through Italy during a trip un-
dertaken while he was an undergrad-
uate in the University.;
Mr. Orr and three friends started
out with $300 apiece and went through
every country in Europe and most in
North Africa and Asia and Mr. Orr
had $65 left when he returned at
the end of two and a half years. The
companions split up in order to get
to Europe and Mr. Orr got a job as
deck boy on a ship bound for Greece.:
From Greece he went to Turkey;
and then to Constantinople, and after
many interesting experiences iumped

us of 1890 bathing beauties, a trio tours for the foreign students will
of "Three Girlies Three," who sang take place at 1 p.m. Saturday whent
appropriate song hits of the mauve cars will leave from the Union. The
decade, and a music box revue. Mar- students will be taken to the Saline
garet Hiscock, '36, was chaiman of Community Farms. Mr. Harold Gray.
the cabaret, while Mary Louise Kess- head of the organization who is carry-
burger, '35, had charge of the Fair. mig on an interesting and nationally
This year, the central committee known experiment in farming and
again decided to go back to naivete farm planning, will conduct the tour.j
and innocence, although the inno- Several of the foreign students were
cence will be tempered by satire on recently the guests of the Starr Com-
prominent campus characters to be monwealth for Boys as part of the
carried out in the decorations. The program arranged by Prof. J. Raleigh
theme is Walt Disney's animated Nelson, Counsellor to Foreign Stu-
cartoon idea, and will be presented dents, to acquaint the students with
as a "Pseudo Psilly Psymphony." places of interest outside the Uni-
versity.
o * IThe last trip previous to Christmas
' 1 i ainua To vacation will be made Dec. 15 to
Greenfield Village. Transportationl
Told Di ewirl be provided for all students in-
'nolduDinner On teested in making these tours if they'
make arrangements with Professor;
Thursday Nioht Nelson before the day on which the
Stouristo take place.
Members of Michigamua. senior 7
honorary society, will hold a dinner Seleeted ro p
meeting tomorrow at the Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity house. u ,
AbouTo 1 y ut For
About 30 are expected to attend the Tr
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!though the newest foundations in-
elude an exquisite group of blacks,
U!in satin, lace, and woven elastic. The
j materials are mostly simple, batiste
and brbadcloth being featured. No,

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"Al"'j11ic~oL115 n~c iua 7iaicudinnr thgussicdngbtte
his sVdp in Italy. Meeting his friends activ. ntPmr whichb v',ic f ,
aciv ch ter whichk cJOI n it

tb a " 4-1 Q K- N, d-A1 401 f "X T t .

matter what the material, however, in Rome, he spent the winter bicyc- twenty-two members, and alumni who
Motion Pictures: Wuerth, "Murder all are lightweight, and the proverb- ling through Italy. are on campus. Invitat ns have also
in the Private Car" and "Spring Time ial "harness" sponsored in grand- Mr. Orr will continue his talk at been sent out to the honorary mem- Athena, national forensic and lit-
for Henry"; Majestic, "Love Time" mother's day, no longer meets with the Adelphi meeting to be two weeks Lers of the society among the faculty erary society, will meet at 7:30 p.m.
with Pat Patterson and "Straight Is approval. from last night. At that time he will This get-together will replace the today in the Athena room of Angell
the Way" with Franchot Tone; Mich- A new creation for evening wear is discuss Fascism. regular Thursday meeting for this Hall for secial tryouts and plans
igan, "The Lemon Drop Kid" with Lee a strapless all-in-one with ample week, and will probably be followed for the coming year, according to an
Tracy and "Harlem Rhapsody" on the front support to prevent it from slip- by a short business meeting. John announcement made by Katherine '
stage; Whitney, "Wonder Bar" and ping down on the figure. The low only opening is the center back lacing Healey, '35, president, will preside. Stoll, '37L, president of the group.
"School for Girls" with Sidney Fox. sloping back makes it practical for adjustment. The new "velvet grip"' William MFate, '35, is in charge of The tiyouts who will be heard at
Plays: Play Production and the the decollete gown. The bra-top is hose supporters are an added feature. the dinner, assisted by Harvey Smith, this time in a special series for the
School of Music, "Iolanthe," 8:25 p.m., lace, while the girdle section is made Batiste Features '35F&C. purpose are women who have been
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. entirely of lastex satin with a well- . Another evening model comes in recommended by various members of
Dancing: Hut Cellar. reinforced and boned front panel. TheI figured batiste, lace or knit elastic.er-G 'I 'P ry the soech department.
--__________________The back straps cross diagonally, pull- -f '" Ler 1 i II1rL Plans for representation in the I
ing in the waist and flattening the T Michiganensan will be made, and the
Hilda Burr Says Bad inton Ise diaphragm and abdomen. A third .Be e d C 6 Januaryymeetingsr 1winleout n th
style is called the girdleiere. -It has The so iet;J's program will include,
firm back and side panels of woven A party sponsored by the Council as in former years, talks by inter-
G ame Of Science A nd 0 f Speed lastex and a strongly brocaded front of Religion and the Student Christian esting membere of the faculty, espe-
section which comes up quite high. Association for the student guilds of cially those connected with speech
The brocade 'continues toward the the various churches will be held work. Parliamentary drills are one
"Badminton is a game of science feet, which is considerably smaller upper back to give under-arm control. Dec. 7 in Lane Hall. Tickets are 25 part of the student speaker's train-
and of speed," said Miss Hilda Burr, than a tennis court. The court is The two-way step-in models are cents. ing which will be explained at these
instructor in physical education. "The marked into five rather than the six , of course the favorite for the slimmer According to Fred Cox, '35A, who is meetings.
player with the quickest reactions is i divisions of a tennis court. Strung I figure and are shown in several styles. chairman of the committee in charge Every year Athena holds a series
sure to win. The footwork of the taut across the center five feet above One is all satin and opens with side of the party, the Freshman Rendez- of exchange debates with the other
champion must be deft and when the ground is a net made of a light mesh. lacings. Another is lastex with a vous orchestra will furnish music. speech societies. Last year the group
occasion arises she must possess the The bat is lighter than a tennis satin front. Another model is of However, in conjunction with the met Zea Phi Eta, Adelphi, and
ability to 'ace' her opponent." racquet although both implements soft boneless double-faced satin with dance an entertainment program has Alpha Nu in both serious and hu-
The badminton practices held at are strung with cat-gut. Instead of elastic panels of very sheer webbing. been arranged consisting of two plays morous debates.
4:15 every Monday in Barbour Gym- a ball a shuttlecock, popularly called Talon Fasteners Popular and several musical selections.--_-
nasium under the supervision of Miss a 'bird,' which consists of a cork The new pantie-girdles with no . Cox said that all students are in- DELTA ZETA
Burr give the novice the opportunity crowned with feathers, is used. garters are lovely for evening wear vited to the party regardless of Delta Zeta sorority announces the
to learn the fundamentals of this "I have found," declared Miss Burr, and very practical because no addi- wnether they are members of a stu- pledging of Marcia Matthews, '36
sport and the experienced player the "that 'persons who excel at tennis for tional lingerie need be worn. The dent guild o' not. 'Mskegon
opportunity to improve her technique. the most part make good badminton recent innovation for the stepin
Anyone interested in this sport, players. This is a strange phenomena f model is the talon fastener which
whether a beginner or an advanced in that stroking in tennis demands makes a smooth seam-like closure.
player, is invited to join the Mixed a firm arm while stroking in badmin- It does not rust in the laundry and
'Badminton Club which meets from ton is accomplished with a flick of is practical for its convenience and
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Wednesday the wrist." easy adjustability.
in Barbour Gymnasium. This or- Badminton is becoming increasing- A remarkable new fabric for foun-
ganization attracted approximately ly popular out here as it has been in dation garments is called ventilite.
40 members last year. the other colleges throughout the It is. made in three or more plies and
Women planning to compete in the United States. It was originated by there is a choice of plain or novelty Chrstnas
badminton intramural tournament the British officers irh India and was coverings. The center play is a sheet for
must enter on or before Monday, Dec. carried back by them to England. It of highly elastic, durable lastex in a
10, according to Gertrude Morris, possesses those qualities of speed and ventilated mesh structure, with the A ZWERDLI'G FUR COAT
'35Ed., W.A.A. badminton manager. exercise which inake it adaptable perforations, not punched, but mold- is not only a beautiful gift . .. it
The tournament will commence the to many places besicies tne army post. ed. m a sound investment as eli.
following Wednesday. -_-_W-
Smal Cort sed~~~~~~""~ " e have rrany drif rent peltries
Small Court Usedf to Co o ::ro a we e prce' I
The game is played on indoor or taned
outdoor courts measuring 44 by 20 H Y bd trange.
A c4 'J~UBBY play be doubtful of the i,.
FACULTY CLUB TO MEET i s quality of her first cake, but LYor ySeLectmios May se
The music section of the Faculty there's no qucstion about her at- xchaned ster Christmias
Women's Club will meet at 8 p.m.st
tonight at the home of Mrs. Hessel tactions- hair, skin, and hands ' AND REMEMBER - An all-
E. Yntema 1005 Lincoln Ave Modern I iL f. i f. t £G6
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ander G. Ruthven will be held
4 to 3 p.m. today in their home Miss RiserInsector
South University. Janice Rice, '35, s
hairman of the student commit- Is Entertained At Tea
ssisting Mrs. Ruthven.
he teas this year have been Miss Julia Riser, of Birmingham,
ked by large attendances. More Ala., national inspector of Alpha
m275 attended the first two af- Gamma Delta sorority, was enter-
. Special invitations have been tained at the chapter house at break-
nded today to Delta Gamma, fast following the Panhellenic Ball
a Zeta, Sigma Phi, Trigon, Chi and at tea Sunday afternoon.
ga, Phi Delta Theta, Betsy Bar- Helen Doris Young, 35, was in
', and Zone Five charge of the breakfast, which was
I chaperoned by Mrs. Sarah Barnard
Tennant. Decorations were carried
'dical Society To Hear out in red, buff, and green, the
Address By Dr. Weller sorority colors.
Pationesses of the chapter and
r. Carl V. Weller, professor of mothers of the Ann Arbor members
iology, will give the chief address were guests at the tea held Sun-
he formal initiation banquet of day honoring Miss Riser. Mrs. Ten-
ja, Omeg.a Alpha, national hon- nant poured at the tea table, which
y medical scholastic fraternity, to I was decorated with red candles and
held Dec. 6 in the League. Dr. u eerpiece
Is Sturgis, director of the depart-
t of medicine of University Hos- EXPERT PRINTING
1, will be toastmaser. LETTERHEADS - ENVELOPES
he initiates are Miss M. Catherine PROGRAMS - BIDS
ee, Dan Bulmer, Marcus Weiner, TheATHENS PRESS
dall B. Holmes, Raymond Soko-
Paul E. Derieth, Isidore Brandes, 206 N. Main - Downtown
Harry L. Arnold, Jr.(Next to Postoffice)

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music of the Russian school will be
pesented on the program under the
direction of Mrs. Alva Comin Case.
The garden section will neet at 3 j

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aepertecton,-i anks to her
regtular appointment at RAY-
iOND'S PARISIAN SALON!

risk world-wIde insurance policy
goes with every fur coat putr-
chased here.

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