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NHURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1935.-

'- -THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FTVEG

TITE MTCITTGAN DATTY

PAGE FIVE

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Freshinen Hear
Humphreys At
Orientation

Features Black Net

New Formal A
Varied And

Dean Tells Advantages
Ann Arbor Activities
New Women

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Dean Wilbur . Humphreys of the
lifrrary college spoke before a group
o f 150 freshman women on "High-
lights of the University" at the third
of the series of Orientation lectures
which are given at 5 p.m. each Wed-
nsday in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
His first word of advice to the
Wenbers of his audience was "to se-
lgvt some eligible member of the fac-
u1ty and mrry hin." This, he hoped,
vepld ensure them a happy future in
AnArbor where, he stated, he would
rather live than anywhere else.
IHe went on to speak of the various
advantages of the University; the ac-
tivities of the Women's League with
its Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre where
in the past year 193 dramatic per-
formances have been given including
cast of 123 and a total audience of
K,, per.."This is lileyto jb:
tlle best chance you wil ever have to
se good stage plays well presented,"
h.reminded them.
He continued by speaking of the
Hill Auditorium lecture course, the
Ckgoral Union Concert Series, the May
Festival and the School of Music
Faculty Recitals.
He informed them of the interest-
in" persons they would find working
inthe University Museums naming
DT. Ruthven, who is director of the
Museums as well as being president of
tope University and Ir. Hinsdale,
"iw at 84 a miracle of intellectual
vigor." He also included words of
piaise for the competent staff at the
Halth Service and University Hos-
pital.
Dr. Humphreys continued his de-
scription of Ann Arbor by pointing
ot with specific directions some of
it outstanding views.
G LEAGUE
LANTERN
A little light on books and authors.
. Why did the tortoise gnaw the
"ineeling tower?"
2. Whom does the devil count as a
comrade?
3. What are "sheet dice?"
4. Why did the fool of the family
follow Aurora?
5. Who was Douraeliasinous?
The answers to these questions canl
b found in the following books whic
are on the display table in the
L|AGUE LIBRARY this week.
** * *
The Golden Book.'
The Royal Road to Romance.
The Life and Letters of Wim ily Dick-
inson.t
The Crusades.
The Fool of the Family.
HEALTH EXAMS;
Those who have signed for healthz
exams between 2 and 5 p.m: today,
w ,jl report at the W.A.A. building.
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Joan Bennett models a black net
hat semi-formal made along prin-
cess lines, sophisticated, yet simple
enough for campus affairs.
I HAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

Harmonious Assembly Of
Evening Costume Is Of
Imnportance
By Betty Strickroot
You can choose any style formal
that suits your taste for the Inter-
fraternity Ball or any of the big
campus dances, but you must select
your accessories to harmonize. Thus
the necessary articles that accom-
pany formal wear must be chosen
carefully to compliment and not de-
tract from, the harmony of the eve-
ning dress. There are many beauti-
ful styles in every type this fall.
Evening Shoes
Evening shoes are usually the first
selection along the line of accessor-
ies. The new low heeled and even
"heelless" sandals have taken the
fachion world by storm. They have
tne distinct advantage of comfort
combined with beauty. One unusual
pair is fashioned of black cloque
leather worked in motifs of lapis
beads and enormous pearls set in
bright rosettes. These oriental slip-
pers are stunning with the new
draped formals. To complement the
slippers the manufacturers have de-
vised a belt in the same leather de-
signed with a similar motif. The
customary high-heeled dancing slip-
per is still greatly in demand. A
very pretty model is composed of thin
satin straps delicately edged . with
gold kid and revealing both toes and
heels.
Evening Bags
Evening bags also come this year
in several different styles. One of
the latest models is the shimmering
silver and gold nail paillettes. It is
square and very roomy. A new ma-
terial has entered the field of evening
bags.' In the form of a clever small
square purse with a matching pair
of stiff cuffed gloves fashioned of
silver Lastex. This shimmering ma-
terial is very good looking and wears
exceedingly well. A very delicate
looking bag to carry with your Gre-
Reception Honors
Faculty Members
The annual reception in honor of
the new members of the faculty,
which has been given regularly since
1930, by President and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven and the members
of the Senate, will be held Tuesday
night, Oct. 29, in the Union ballroom.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
receive the guests from 8:30 until 10
p.m. after which dancing will follow
until 12. Prof. Everett S. Brown,
of the political science department,
is general chairman for the recep-
tion. Prof. Ross T. Bittinger, of the
School of Architecture, is in charge
of the decorations, and Prof. Earl V.
Moore, dean of the School of Music,
will arrange the musical program.
EV NNG SLIPPERS
The heels on evening slippers are
gradually getting lower. The fiats
shown last year are still very popular,
but even more extreme are the heeless
Grecian sandals that are styled for
comfort.
Zeta Psi
Zeta Psi fraternity wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of James Palms,
Bloomfield Hills.

ccessories Are Ellen Brown Will Be ASSEMBLY MEETING
There will be a meeting of league-
New Assembly Head house nominees for zone chairmen,
who will be representatives of the
C yyled The election of Ellen Brown, '36, Assembly, at4 t
replacing Gretchen Lehman, '37, asde uat 4 p m. thLoday in the un-
can gown is of white and silver moire. secretary of the Assembly, was an- dergraduate _f_____n the eague.
Crystal rings are sewn on with nounced by Maureen Kavanagh, '36,
strands of pearls and the top is president, late last night.
drawn together with a white silk Miss Brown, who lives at Martha
cord. Cook Dormitory, is prominent in
Jewelry campus affairs, having been a mem-
The jewelry this year is either very ber of the chorus and property com-
ancient or very modern, one or the inittee of the Junior Girls' Play, fi-
other extreme. The latter type is ex- nance chairman of the Assembly Ball,
emplified in a gold chain bracelet member of. the Assembly Board as
hung with three small eggs which well as the Activities Chairman for
open to hold powder, powder puff or the Assembly.
anything that you wish to carry in Other officers of the group are
them. Pine cones of smoked crystal Audrey Galsma, '36, vice-president,
and topaz form a very stunning com- and Betty Green, '36, treasurer.
bination clip and bracelet set. Anoth-
er very pretty bracelet is fashioned of
small pearls set like berries with a Kappa Tau Alpha
matching cylinder of the stones
strung on a platinum wire. _eecs_ eer
Old fashioned jewelry rivals the Kappa Tau Alpha, national schol- CHARING CROSS
new. A Hindu plaque of gold, set astic honoray society, elected the fol- M
with multicolored stones hangs from loin ocrat it eectneter-'
loheayh wing officers at its meeting yester- FIFTH A
a heavy chain and is charming with day, Irving F. Levitt, '36, president, NEW YO
the simply draped lines of this season. William C. Bergman, '36, treasurer,
Heavy jewelry of any kind is good Dorothy L. Shappell, '36, secretary,
with these soft Grecian gowns. Ham- drome . ater, 36, ce-
mered gold bracelets set with large and Jeome C. Patterson, 36, vice-
stones and gold mesh cuffs add to Paresidet
tones andgol amshcuf. to Thirteen new members also were Sold Exclusively
thatantqueatmsphre.selected. They are Gertrude Vene-
Tiny agts klasen, '36, Philip Trezise, '36, Jean
This year tiny hats are being worn McGeo,'6 enC ae,'6
more than ever after dinner. One Mac Greg. Dorsey, 36, Milton Meltzer,,
unusual style looks very much like 36. Priscilla Crockett, '36, Helen E.
a crocheted cap, but in reality it is a Rankin, '36, Claire G. Gorman, 36,
mesh of pearl strands. It keeps theClayton R. Sutton, '36, Mary Alice
hair in place and seems to fit in per- Baxter, '36, Maynard Hicks, Grad.,
fectly with the simplicity of the sea- axelen Johnod '36. rad
son. Fashion has devised a little black from the Illinois chapter. Milo S.
velvet hat like a medieval bonnet to Ryan, Grad., an instructor at Wayne .
wear with your Renaissance gowns. University, was elected to honoray
It is trimmed in braid of gold and
silver set with tiny stones of various membership.
colors. This hat fits snugly around
your head and is high enough to let y s
all your curls escape. Repaired
And last of all, to keep that fresh Lenses Ground.
look with which you start out to your Lns*rud _
formal, you must carry a vanity case. HALLER'S Jewelry
A handy vanity is fashioned of velvet State Street at Liberty
in a small neat square. There are
four compartments inside for powder,
money, cigarettes and rouge. The
comb is kept in a little case below
the mirror insuring all parts against IT IS SENSIBLE
loss. A cylinder shape vanity is also
very new. One model is of black ga- TO ECONOMIZE -
luchet and it swings from a gold chain
that has two gold coins on each end. It is well known by col-
This too, has room for powder, rouge lege students that the cost . . . . for that deli
and money. of eating is their biggest
single item. your own self, dr
Hollister Talks At With this in mind, the really modern pul
LUNCHEON NOOK offers
'Freshman Smoker you a $4.00 Meal Ticket reasonable and allC
which includes a week's
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister of the board of twenty meals. $1.00 t
speech department spoke at the first
freshman smoker held by Alpha Nu,
men's speech society, in Room 4003 LA URA ' E
of Angell Hall last night. Luncheon Nook
Professor Hollister, a past president 315 South State Str
of Alpha Nu, told briefly of his ex- 722 Monroe, near State

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SWEATERS
Newer than sweaters for campus
wear are nautical middies. A grey
skirt is combined wth a navy middy
which is brightened by gay stripes
at the neckline.

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Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi sorority announces
the pledging of Bobby Lou Gamon,
Detroit.
Alpha Omega
Alpha Omega fraternity announces
the pledging of the following: A.
Lezy, Boston, Mass., Nat Brenowitz,
Brooklyn, N. Y., Elias Friedman,
Long Island, N. Y., A. Chertoff, and
Harry Kochanski, Bayonne, N. J.,
Sam Rood, Bridgeport, Conn., Lou
Stober, Montreal, Robert Schwab,
Binghamton, N. Y., M. Smith, R. Ris-
man,n. Eliot Magidohn, Leo Stein-;
berg, and Sam Willis; Detroit, Mich.
Chi Phi
Out-of-town guests at the Chi
Phi house last weekend were as fol-
lows: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spieler,
Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peck-
inpaugh, Toledo; Mr. Henry Crouse,
Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard An-
drea, Detroit.
Delta Alpha Epsilon
Out-of-town guests at the Delta
Alpha Epsilon house last weekend
were as follows: Mr. Lawrence Dar-
row, Chicago; Mr. William Langen,
Cleveland; Miss Thelma Pratt, De-
troit; and Miss Helen Grey, Detroit.
Delta Sigma Delta.
Dr. R. W. Bunting of the Dental
School spoke at the pledge banquet
of Delta Sigma Delta, Monday night.
The new pledges include Mark Cog-
gan, Paul Smits, Rocco Valluzzo, By-
ron Skillinger, Tom Clark, Lester
Ingram, Jack Jones, Harry Horn-
berger, Richard Christl, John Mait-
land and Don Shorno.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi announces the fol-
lowing new pledges: Richard Prey,
Howard Doud, Arthur Mansure,
Frank Brown, Ray Conrad, Jack
Cronin, and James Culbertson.
Gamma Phi .Beta,
Gamma Phi Beta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Janet Car-
ver, '39, Saginaw.
Phi Sigma. Sigma
Guests of the past week-end at
Phi Sigma Sigma include Miss Helen
Roden, Grand Rapids, Miss June
Smargon, an alumna, and Miss Sarah
Rosenbaum, Detroit.
Theta, Chi
Theta Chi fraternity announces
the pledging of Paul Powers, '38E.,

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with the universities of Manchester,
Leeds, Oxford, and Cambridge.
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Opera Qartet
in a Program of Solos, Duets and Quartets
GIOVANNI MARTIN ELLITenor
QUE ENA MARIO, Soprano
DOR IS DOE, Contralto
EZI PINZA, Baritone

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TEN CONCERTS:

Metropol

itan Opera Quartet (Oct.
Don Cossacks (Nov. 1i);

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Kreisler (Dec. 3) ; Boston Symphony Orchestra (Dec.
1 1) ; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra (Jan. 14) ; Kolisch
Quartet (Jan. 20) ; Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Jan.
(Mar. 16).

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