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Contributions Voted Best Dresser
Asked For By
Arts Officials
Theatre Arts Group Asks
Srorities, Fraternities,
Individuals
Donations of tickets to enable
children of the public schools to at-
tend the three plays to be presented
by the Children's Theatre thisseason
are being asked for from sororities
and fraternities on campus by the
Theatre Arts Committee, according
to Lois King, '37, chairman.
Last season more than 100 chil-
dren were able to see the plays given w
due to the donations of the sororities
and individual donners. Although no
fraternities contributed to the fund
last season, alreadyra number have
offered support so far this year.
''Aladdinrand his Wonderful Lamp
the first production this fal, will be
presented Friday and Saturday, Dec.
6 and 7 in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. The other two, plays will -Associated Press Photo.
be one of the stories from the life of Lady Mend, (Elsie de Wolfe),
Robin Hood, to be given March 6 and American-born Paris society leader
7 and "Alice in Wonderland," to be was called the world's best dressed
presented during the first week in woman in a poll of the leading Paris
May. Story tellers have made a can- dressmakers, conducted by the As-
vass of the public schools to acquaint sociated Press.
the children with the plot of the first
play to be produced.
The Y.W.C.A. and the Parent ande
Teachers Associations are working in
connection with the Theatre Arts
committee in this drive for dona- W ill Be H el A
tions. A season ticket for 50 cents
will enable one child to go to three Le
plays or three children to go to one
a piece. Adult season tickets are
selling at $1 and individual tickets The members of Theta Xi frater-
will be 35 cents each. nity will hold their annual pledge
formal at 9 p.m. tonight in the League
Train Theme For ballroom. Nate Frye and his orches-
tra from Lansing will play for the
Soph. Cabaret, Dec. dance.
The patrons and patronesses will be
.13, 14, Is Chosen Dean and Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Dean
_____Iand Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean
"All Aboard"-for the Soph Cab- Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Alfred
aret!f H. Lovell, Dean and Mrs. Herbert C.
Sch is the catch phrase chosen by Sadler, Colonel and Mrs. Fredrick C.
the central committee as indicative Rogers, Major and Mrs. Roswell E.
of the whole theme. For the entire Harch, Major and Mrs. Tattnal Simp-
cabaret will be based on the activity kins, Capt. and Mrs. Richard R. Cour-
of a Grand Central Station. The sey, Capt. and Mrs. Merton G. Wal-
train motif will predominate, espe- lington, Dr. and Mrs. Henry M. Ken-
cially in the decorations, program and dall, Prof. Henry C. Anderson, Prof.
costumes of the entertainers. There Paul M. Cuncannon, Prof. Stanley
will be a diner where the passengers Dodge, Prof. and Mrs. Henry H. Hig-
may go to eat, an orchestra playing bie, Prof. and Mrs. William C. Hoad,
from an observation platform right Prof. and Mrs. Edson R. Sunderland,
into the station and information
booths for the benefit of stag dancers.A
The program will boast also of an
actual train, which will travel around SM AII
the length of the ballroom and which 30SoRt St SE
will carry everything from redcaps to
hobos. Even the music will corre- SPECIAL - 3-Thread, Sheer,
spond to the train idea in the form of Chiffon... 79c
a theme song, which is at present
being written by one of the students
on campus.
One of the most novel ideas of
which the cabaret can boast is in con- For 4 Da
nect ion with the hostesses for the
dancing this year. They are to be
referred to as "girls of the travelers'
aid." Each woman will wear a trav-
elerfs aid badge, which will distin-
guis her from the rest of the crowd,
and information desks will be placed
at various places around the ball-
room where tickets for the dancing
will be sold.
SIGMA PHI DELTA
Sigma Phi Delta will hold a radio
party tonight at the chapter house.
The chaperones are Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Mandlebaum and Dr. Jerome
Hauser. Gilbert Tilles, '37, is ar- Selected from (
ranging the party.

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$35.00
$29.75
$25.00
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$19.95'
Wool-Kn
Values to $1
All Sales Fin
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DRESS
If you're d'bit conservative and
like a party sandal with a sub-
stantial toe and nice wide
thongs .. , here's a smart desir-
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expensive ones and made of
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Grecian Draper
Show Classic
Light Materials, Pastelles
Are Important; Metallic
Accessories Used
By RUTH SAUER
When you look for a gown for the
Panhellenic Ball, you will find a great
many varieties from which to choose,
as evening styles are now more ver-
satile than ever. The general, trend,
however, runs toward classical drap-
ery and very full skirts.
If you are tall and willowy, one of
the Grecian gowns draped from the
shoulders will make you look like a
goddess from Olympus. The classic
gowns are usually in white or pastel
fabrics with gold trimming. Gold
beaded straps and sashes will add
to the desired effect, and flat-heeled
gold sandals will complete the pic-
ture, as well as take one or two inches
from your height. Smooth gold brace-
lets make very flattering accessor-
ies.
The gowns with full pleated skirts
ACACIA
Active members and pledges of
Acacia fraternity are planning to cel-
ebrate Thanksgiving Day by a break-
fast at the Union, followed by a hike
to the Saginaw Forest seven miles
west of Ann Arbor. Afterwards they
will have dinner at the chapter
house, followed by a football game.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Mrs. Ches-
ter D. ,Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Beuhler, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes.
Russell Runquist, '36, Robert Reed-
Hull, '36E, Robert Thorne, '36E, Neil
Levenson, '38E, William Mason, '37,
Paul Simpson, '37, Carl Abbott, '37E,
and Douglas Bryant, '37, form the
committee in charge of the party.
SPECIAL SA
THIS WEEK ON
SILK AND WOOL
$7.95 ---12,
Originally $10.95 - $
The
RUBLEY SH
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THE ICITGAN A~lYWAGEFIV

-y, Full Skirts
Trends In Style

are also very new.
belt holds them in
gives the classic
touch so widely
sought. The pleats
may extend all the
way around, or
they may be set in
front and back
panels. Taffeta is
very smart for the
full skirt dresses,
and also crinkled
satin or chiffon
with shimmering
threads of gold and
silver.
A short woman
will find the high-
neck dresses more
flattering t h a n
those with shoul-
der-straps. A neck-
line that runs
straighthacross in
front and extends

A wide metallic
at the waist and
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slightly over the shoulders will make
her look tall and slender. Metallic-
cloth, or lame, is very popular for this
type of dress. There is something
glamorous about a dress that shines
that will make any girl feel like a
princess.
Shepherdess Gowns Chic
A girl who is demure and worldly-
wise will find the shepherdess evening
gowns, lacing up the front with an-
tique jeweled eyelets, very suitable to
her disposition. The neck is low and
off the shoulders, and small puffed
sleeves make the bodice look very
charming. A dress of this sort is fre-
quently found in wine-colored velvets.
And speaking of velvet, we are sure
that this is a material that will always
be popular. The new crystal velvet is
finding new uses for all types of
gowns. It comes in exotic change-
able shades of blue and green and
looks very smart, as witness the new
in the windows about town.

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Adelphi House Has
Debate At Meeting
At a meeting of Adelphi House of
Representatives, men's forensic so-
ciety, last night, a debate was fol-
lowed by an openadiscussion on the
proposition: "Resolved, that the sev-
eral states should enact legislation
providing for a system of complete
medical service available to all cit-
izens at public expense.''
Bruce Johnson, '38, and Ira But-
terfield, '37, upheld the affirmative.
The negative was taken by Edward}
Macal, '39, and Harry Shniderman,
'38.
After the debate and discussion the
following men were initiated into the
society: Walter A. Crow, '37, Henry
M. Foley, '38, Bert Levin, '39, Rich-
ard J. Payne, Grad., Robert G. Power,
'38, Karl G. Solander '39, Thomas C.
Van Sluyters, '37, Saul Ziff, '39, But-
terfield and Macal.
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or better yet,

Phi Chi Pledge Formal
Is Planned For Tonight
Rollin Silfies orchestra will play
for the pledge formal to be held by
Phi Chi medical fraternity tonight.
Chaperones will be Dr. and Mrs.
Bruce Frolick and Dr. and Mrs. Reed
Nesbit.
Eye Glass Frames
Repaired. -
Lenses Ground.
H A LLER'SJewelry
State Street at Liberty
for this fest
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Fruit Cocktail or Noodle Soup
Celery - Olives
ROAST YOUNG TURKEY
Oyster Dressing
Mashed Potatoes
Buttered Squash - Lettuce with.
Roquefort Dressing
Mince-Pumpkin Pie - Ice Cream
Coffee - Tea - Milk
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Other Dinners - - 40c to 65c
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ght Please
a metal sheath gown to dance and glitter as
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Hell" Ball.
pick out the glitter of a metal mesh--and,
unpressed pleats - red, green, sapphire.
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