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December 05, 1935 - Image 7

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DECEMBER 5, 1935

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rathven Tea Is
Mid-week Event
For 240 Guests,
Delta Gamma, Hermitagc,
Lawyers' Club Especially
Well Represented
The third Ruthven tea, held from
4 to 6 p.m. yesterday, was enthusias-
tically received by the student body.
Over 240 students and guests attend-
ed, according to Alice Slingluff, '36,
who was in charge of the tea.
Delta Gamma, Chi Omega, Betsy
Barbour House, Phi Gamma Delta,
Hermitage, Kappa Sigma, the Law-
yers' Club and Banash, Carney, Clark
and Coon League houses were es-
pecially well represented. Mary La-
van, who wore a tan suit with a green
sweater, and Betsy Baxter, in a black
dress with a white net collar, were
two of the Delta Gammas who were
there. Barbara Leidy, in blue wool,
and Helen McRae, in a brown print
dress, came from Chi Omega. Among
the Betsy Barbour guests were Sara
Clancy, in a brown dress with a rust
scarf, and her twin sister, Mary
Louise, wearing green.
The dining room, where tea and
cake was served, looked very effective.
The tea table was covered with a
white linen tablecloth, upon which
was placed a mirrored centerpiece.
On this centerpiece was placed a large
silver bowl filled with pink roses and
lavender lilacs. Four yellow candles
surrounded the centerpiece and fur-
nished the attractive lighting effect.
President and Mrs. Ruthven re-
ceived their guests in the living room.
Mrs. Ruthven looked very charming
in a black afternoon dress. Those
presiding at the tea table likewise
looked very attractive. Miss Jeanette
Perry wore a light green wool dress;
Miss Inez V. Bozorth, a black silk
dress; Yachi Akagi, Grac., a black
velvet dress; Rosanna Manchester,
'36. Jane Arnold, '36, and Janet
Peabody, '36, also poured during the
afternoon.
Members of the social committee
served at hostesses at the tea. Miss
Slingluff announces that the next
regular tea will be held next week,
Dec. 11.
Women Voters
To Hold Bridge
Saturday, Dec. 7
The Michigan League of Women
Voters will hold a benefit bridge at
2 p.m. Saturday; Dec. 7, at the home
of Mrs. James Inglis, Harland Road.
Auction and contract will be played
with individual table prizes. Tickets
may be obtanied from Miss Cora
Haas, Mrs. M. G. Siegel, Mrs. Julia
del Torro and Mrs. L. M. Ritter-
shoMer. Arrangements for the bridge
are in charge of Mrs. Rittershomer.
There are many guests coming out
from Detroit for the occasion; among
these are: Mrs. Orville K. Bond,
president of the Detroit League of
Women Voters; Mrs. Fred Johnston,
state chairman of government; Mrs.
Paul Hart; Mrs. Robert Kerr; Mrs.
Warren E. Forsythe, president of the
League of Women's Voters; Mrs. Har-
old D. Smith and Mrs. John Sundwall.
Collection Of Paintings
To Be Shown Tomorrow
An exhibition of paintings by Prof.
Jean Paul Slusser of the fine arts
department will open at 2 p.m. to-

morrow. in Alumni Memorial Hall.
Prof. Bruce Donaldson of the same
department has also arranged to
have copies of contemporary Euro-
pean paintings from the University
collection on display.
The exhibition will be open every
day from 2 to 5 p.m. until Dec. 18.
SWIMMING CLUB TO MEET
Mary Montgomery, '37, president of
the Women's Swimming Club an-
ndunces a meet with Wayne Uni-
versity, Michigan State and Michigan
State Normal at 8:30 tonight at the
Union Pool. An invitation is extend-
ed to anyone interested.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is holding a
formal dinner-dance Friday, Dec. 6,
in honor of their pledges. Mr. and
Mrs. Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Reed
are to be the chaperones, and Clare
Wigell's orchestra will play for danc-
ing. The house is to be decorated in
the fraternity colors.
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