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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935

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Silver Grill To
Open Tonight
tin Ballroom
Special Entertainment Is
Planned; Redecorating
Is Completed
The gala opening of the Silver Grill
in the League ballroom will be cele-
brated tonight, with special entertain-
ment features, including the radio
trio. A complete transformation of
the ballroom has been effected to'
carry out the theme.
Silver wall lamps, dim silver ceiling
lighting, and silver curtains and en-
trance have been designed. The ma-
rine plaques painted by members of
the Theatre and Arts committee of
the League will be used on the walls.;
A lounge has been arranged just out-
side the ballroom for the use of dance
patrons.J
A number of popular selections will
be sung by the radio trio, Maxine
Mayiard, '35, Jean Seeley, '36, and
Mary Morrison, '35. Miss Seeley,
prominent in campus activities, re-
cently sang the title role in the Play
Production offering of "Iolanthe."
Miss Maynard, president of the
League, was music chairman for last
year's Junior Girl's Play. Miss Morri-
son, who wrote part of the music for
J.G.P., writes the arrangements and
does the accompaniments for the trio.
The selections tonight will include
"Pop Goes Your Heart," and "The
Object of My Affections."
Tables will be placed around the
floor. The admission charge is $1,00
a couple, 50 cents of which may be
ordered in food. Men wishing to at-
tend alone will be charged 50 cents.
Al Cowan's.orchestra is to play.

Page Boy Turbans Popular For Evening

Explanation Is
MadeOf J.G.P.
Assessments

Sigma Alpha Iota Group Lounging Pajamas
Gives Musical Program Are Made To Suit
Lambda Alpha of.Sigma Alpha Iota *oedPersonalies
held a musicale Wednesday night at
the home o Mrs. A.. Connabe at cure that malevolent ase of
811 Olivia Ave. A short business meet-
; after-vacation l lu~ es, csup 'emst thats

Finance Chairman Stresses in Prececete program and re----
frcshments were served afterwards. n a o o
Necessity Of Support Of Miss Norah Crane Hunt and Mrs. pajamas. They're guaranteed to bol-
rl LA,' Gehring assisted Mrs. Con- ster up ycur self-confidence, even if
Class Activity If tza neirt
nable as hostesses, and Miss Eliza- von 're suffering from an inferiority
Further explanation of the system Ibeth Campbell and Miss Hunt pre- complex and a bad cold besides.
of assessments in use to assure the sided- at the tea tableOne of the very nicest things about
fin'ancial support'of the junior women sided- the new styles in pajamas is that
for their class activity the Junior Margaret Hoppert, 36SM, pianist,
Girlst Play, was made today by Mar- played "Intermezzo No. 4" by Brahms you can suit your own personality, for
garet Hiscock, finance chairman. Miss and "Kreisleriana No. 5" by Schu- all types are being displayed in cam-
Hiscck emphasized the fact that the mann. Helen Gould, a soprano, sang pus shops, from swanky tailored ones
csessment is made upon each woman a group of four numbers: "The Fuch- to frothy creations. But just make
ndividually and the only reason the sia Tree" by Quilter, Besley's "Siesta," sure of one thing, that they have
systcm of residence is used is to facil- "We'll Go to the Woods No More," something Chinesy about them, since
itate collection. by Thomas, and "Si mes vers avaient the Chinese influence is very import-
All students are supposed to pay at des Aisles' by Hahn. Miss Gould was ,nt right now.
their place of residence, including accompanied by Mrs. Lewis Reimann. Chinese IDesigns Effectjve
"o:'ritymemer~ ho lve t domi- Elizabeth Bell, '35, harpist, played
cro-:ity members who live at dormi- "Bot'rree" by Bach, ,Le bon petit ry If you want to feel super-luxurious,!
oies or League houses. Ann Arbor Eandany, and "Ron there's a lovely-three piece outfit that
idents, however, who are sorority on, ron, petit patapon" also by is bound to tale youir breath away
rembers, will pay with the sorority. Grandjany pwhen you see it. The jacket and trou-
Ruth Howell has been chosen to sers are made of imported white
-make the collection from Alpha Xi satin, while the sleeveless blouse is
Delta, and the League houses at 719 ,r a brilliant tangerine shade. And
Church, 1208 Hill, and 1402 Hill. The D ecora zion s 'oy ithey're hand embroidered with weird
inance committee will rheet at 5 p.m. designs, and U7zarre yhinese symbols,
ecday at the League to complete lns JHoT D e e b d which puts tleem in the clsampionsship
for the assessment, which must be flight of lounging pajamas.
paid by the end of next week. A combination of pink and red
Announcement wa8,made yesterday B V C m i t e cAcmiaino.pn n e
by Grace Bartling, chairman of prop- Y.I sounds pretty horrible, but you won't
yG Brn h ma p -thirnk so after you've seen them com-
:rties, of the members of her com- bined in a stunning pair of lounging
mittee. They are Virginia Allmand, Decoration plans for the J-Hop, p.i.'s. The trousers are red transparent
Kathleen McIntyre, Janet Peabody, Feb. 8, in the Intramural Building, velvet while the jacket is made of
Jean Durham, Gertrude Sawyer, were described yesterday by Robert rose-colored embroidered satin. An-
Sheila Burgher, Dorothy Schwarze, Speer, chairman of the decorations other unusual pair combines trousers
Frances Drake, Jane Heath, Eleanor committee. of American beauty crepe with a tunic
Young, Betty Stimson, Jane Arnold, Deviating from the custom of for- blouse of white. The jacket is heavy
Helen Rankin, Jean Craig, Dorothy mer J-Hops, the decorations this year with bright colored embroidery.
Ohst, and Jean Royce. were designed by a student, Robert New Robes of Padded Silk
It h~ hpp fmidr t hb imnci1 rb

-Associated Press Photo.
One of the latest creations for twilight and evening wear in smart
circles is this youthful appearing "page boy" turban, designed by Lilly
Dache. It is featured in glace taffeta.

Dormitories To
Entertaii With
Formal Danew
Fraternities and dormitories are
holding formal dances tonight to en-
tertain after the holidays.
Mosher and Jordan halls will holc
formal dances. The two dances will be
open to all residents of the dormi-
tories. Miss Isabel Dudley, Miss Cille
Miller, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. Ethel
Schutz, Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Powers
Miss Ethel McCormick and Mrs. DanE
Poppleton are to be chaperones at
Jordan Hall. Al Cowan's orchestra
will play. The dance is being ar-
ranged by Marian Brooke, '35, Loi
Keddy, '35, Janet Karlson, '38, and
Eleanor Leighton, '38.
Suppers To Be Held
Bill Marshall's orchestra will plan
for the dance in Mosher Hall. Chap-
erones will be Dean Alice Lloyd, Mis.
Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Byrl Bacher
Mrs. Martha Rae, and Miss Katherin
Koch. Maureen Cavanaugh, who h6
in charge of the party, is being as-
sisted by Mary Andrew, '37, Dorothy
Leake, '36, Margaret Martin, '35, Lin-.
da Crosby, '35, and Betty Walsh, '37
Both dormitories will hold suppert
later in the evening.
Pledge Formal Planned
Louis Gans, '36D, is arranging the
informal dance to be given by Alpha
Omega fraternity. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis.
Galin and Dr. and Mrs. Leon Katzen
will chaperone the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henning and
Dr. and Mrs. John Freede will chap-
erone the open pledge formal dance
which Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity is
holding. James Park, '37, is in charge.
The Columbians of Detroit will play
for the dance.
To Hold Annpaj Formal
Martha Cook dormitory is enter-
taining with its annual winter formal.
Mrs. George Codd and Miss Sarah
Rowe will act as chaperones. Whit
Lowe and his orchestra will furnish
the music. Marion Bertsch, '35, is in
charge of the arrangements, which
will include a supper. Decorations will
be in silver and blue.
George Kohler, '35, is arranging
the closed pledge formal dance to be
given by Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Harold Knapp's orchestra from To-
ledo will play. The dance will be chap-
eroned by Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Hardy!
and Dr. Brace. Favors will be given.
Denkinger Speaks
At Cercle Francais
Le Cercle Francais held one of its
regular meetings last night at the
Michigan League. The program in-
cluded a group of French songs by
Mrs. Charles Koella and a talk by
Pi o. Marc Denkinger, who discussed
i1is experiences as a student in Swit-
zerland. There was alse a mouth-
cigan solo by Winifred Moffett, '35.

Dobbs Designs New Spring Hat
To Be Called Miss Ann Arbor'

n nasp een oun o eJo Dimposs ie
to give committee positions to all
those who petitioned, but there are
varicus other opportunities for them
to work on the play. Committee mem-
bers may also try out for chorus or
speaking parts.
Tird Leatme

By FLORENCE DAVIES top-others are raised merely by a TW i11 lBe
The stores are beginning to show
.spring hats again, even if the weather If one prefers to be more conserva-
tive, little turbans and small brimmed V T Od a
loes look a bit dubious just now. The hats are also in vogue. Brims this year T o d a
o-ed, therefore, who prides herself are very narrow.
:n always being up to the minute in In regard to trims, feathers and All women on campus are invited
aer daily dress should start right out rhinestone clips predominate. These to attend the third of a series of
after a tricky little hat number. are designed in all kinds of catchy I monthly teas to be given from 4 to
And here is a bit of news for the shapes and figures. Silver and gold 6 p.m. today in the League ballroom.
'Michigan women - the extra smart metal clips are made up in the shape Al Cowan's orchestra will play for
'nes in particular. Dobbs is designing of leaves or as toilored buckles. White dancing.
L hat in honor of this campus to be pins of various sizes are used. Each sorority, dormitory and League
alled the "Miss Ann Arbor" hat. in . Something very original in the way house will have a hostess on the floor.
.11 probability it will be a chic little of headdress is a silk hat with a The radio trio will sing several selec-
>rimmed affair for street wear, but slightly elevated crown, made up of tions, and members of Delta Gamma
.o one can be really sure until it is alternating rings of silk and light sorority will present a stunt.
)rought out, which will be soon. straw. Effective, too, is the Breton Pouring at the tea tables will be
Lighter Colors Popular sailor in ribbon or straw cloth. Mrs. Phillip E. Bursley, Mrs. Ira
Smith, Mrs. John Sundwayy, Mrs.
About hats in general: lightweight [ A. C. Furstenburg, Dr Margaret Bell,
eos and crepes't pa tng shadwn. o Report Dr.Helene Schutz, and Mrs. Harley
s Haines.
)eiges, blues, blacks, browns, grays, At The teas, under the general charge
end are particularly good in white. E kGiven A Meeting h es ne tegnrlcag
wa knry-of Ann Osborn, 35, social chairman
.traws are making an early appear- of the League, have proved very
ice this season and will hold sway A report of the annual convention successful this season. Over 800
luring the spring and summer of the National Student League, held women have attended the first two
nonths, Baku is good, as always, and Dec. 25-28 in St. Louis, was made teas in the series.
;o are ballibuntls and rough straws. recently by Leo Luskin, '35, at a meet- _ ___ _
Last year's trend toward straw fabrics i ing of the Michigan chapter held in FORESTRY BULLETIN
s becoming an established style. This the Union. The results of a three-year research
naterial is especially attractive just Statistics released by the national I on the Hungarian Partridge, in the
now, too, as it fits in well with winter organization at the convention re- Great Lakes Region were edited by
ilothes, combining the chic new vealed that there are at present 150 Ralph E. Yeatter, formery research
-ing effect with the soft appearance National Student League chapters at assistant at the University, and a
of winter things. t1 1 andta
schools throughout the country. with off-Tl-4 T+- ~

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L. Morris, '36A. The actual con- If you're bent on luxury, you might
struction, however, will be done by look at the new robes, too, because
commercial decorators working with thee are some very extra-special ones
Morris and Walter Aniko, '36A. teeaesm eyetaseiloe
being disployed now. An innovation
The ceilings of the gymnasium will in robes is a new padded silk type,
be covered, except for two feet at the which features warmth without bulk-
top, with a dark blue bunting and will mness. This robe is made in a royal
conform to the curve of the struc- blue shade, and is lined in bright
tural steel arches. Silver stars will tangerine crepe, and if you don't think
be placed on this background and it's nice, you'd better take a. course in
will act as reflectors for the cove robe appreciation next semester. An-
lights. other lovely robe is made very simply
The interior of the booths and the of black transparent velvet. Tea rose
orchestra shell will be lined with satin 'with a little round collar of lace
maize bunting. The booths will be makes a very feminine, and very
lighted with bridge lamps. Walls will good-looking robe, too.
be be left bare as the glazed brick will But if you want to be practical, and
adequately reflect light. The lining want a pair of lounging pajamas to
of the entrances and bays will be of wear when you're studying, there are
maize bunting. General lighting ef- lots of tailored models to select from.
fects wil lhe obtained with vari-color- {You may not believe that satin could
ed cove lights. eyer be made practical, but that's
A relief in the decorations scheme just what has happened. A new pair
will be found in a tree silhoutted by of black satin lounging pajamas is be-
a large artificial moon. ing shown that is the essence of use-
Tickets for the J-Hop this year are Ifulness. It is designed severely, and its
priced at $5.50 and may be obtained lapels are made of red satin.
from committee members.
Announcement of band selection BENTS OF CRYSTAL
will be made at an early date.
LONDCN. Jan. 10_-- UP) - Belts

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made of crystal have proved an in-
teresting novelty. The glass has been
perfected and made 'into evening
jackets, as well, in brilliant colors.

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Art Cinema League: "I Was a Spy,"
8 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Motion Pictures: Wuerth, "One
Night of Love" with Grace Moore and
"Elinor Norton" with Norman Foster;
Majestic, "I Sell Anything" with Pat
O'Brien and "Have a Heart" with
Jean Parker; Michigan, "The Captain
Hates the Sea" with John Gilbert and
stage attraction; Whitney, "Wake Up
and Dream" with Russ Columbo and
"Fluting With Danger" with Robert
Armstrong.
Dancing: Union Ballroom. League
Ballrcom, Chubb's, Hut Cellar.

tonight
9 15 to 1:15
the
hut cellar

Lame, which has been so much the
.'age during the past months, is being
.oiked into a new straw for hats,
,which is the very acme of smartness
.n headgear.
Trend Towrrd High Crowns
As to shapes, the trend seems to
be toward higher crowns. All sorts
of devices are being employed to give
this effect. For instance, some hats
are designed to be worn up in the
back and down in the front, while
others are made to give the same ap-
pearance by being fashioned up off
the face, Some crowns are actua-lly
built higher and are pinched in the

a total enrollment of 2660. Of this
number 83 chapters with 1877 mem-
bies are college groups, and the rest
are high school organizations.
The convention consisted chiefly of
reports of activities in various sections
of the country and proposals for work!
during the coming year. Due to a
dearth of time no resolutions were
passed by the delegates.
In accordance with suggestions
made at the convention the Michigan
chapter last night launched a drive
to increase its membership to 60 by
May 1. The official enrollment at
present is 21.

member of the :Illinois Natural His-
tory Survey, in the form of the School
of Forestry and Conservation Bulletin
for the month of December. Accord-
ing to Dean Samuel T. Dana of thc
School of Forestry and Conservation,
this is the first scientific study to be
made in America of this European
bird.
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