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Cabaret Proceeds Will Be Donated To League

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iday attire ShowsAll Catholic students and their
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war d SpanishStyles 8 to 10 p.m. tomorrow in the church
hall Bob Steinle's Union orchestra
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Outside of the Engineering
Marx Brothers are in town . .
end was rather quiet. Perhapsi
rest up for the formal opening
reports will be celebrated on
fraternities and sororities.

Ball Friday night and the fact that the
that is on the screen . . this past week-
it is just a lull giving people a chance tc
of vacation activities . . . which from all
campus next weekend by a number of

And while the Engineering Ball was in full swing at the Union . . .
there was another party in progress in another part of town. The occasion
was M. E. Moore's birthday . . . and her mother, Mrs. R. R. Moore . . -
assisted by Gretchen bowman . . . gave a dinner and bridge party for
her. Mrs. Moore was gowned in a wine velvet skirt with a silver lame
blouse . . . M. E's dress was brown crepe and Gretchen chose brown crepe
trimmed with rhinestones. Floyd Gustafson was M. E.'s guest and
Chris Wagner came out from Detroit to join Gretchen at the party.
Among The Guests . ..
Among the other guests there were Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Twiss '. .
Hanna and "Duck" Norman.. . Ruth Anne Jernegan and Russ Runquist.. .
Sue Johnson and "Butch" Abbott . . . Edith Zerbe and Bud Doerr . .
Beth Ranney . . . and Dick Coons . . . Harriet Heath and Stek McCallum
. . . and Lois King and Doug Bryant. Lois was celebrating the success
of the first Children's Theater production of the year . . . and may we add
that Lois looked very attractive in a brown velveteen jacket over a brown
crepe skirt.
Over at the S.A.E. house Friday the Christmas spirit prevailed .
gathered around the tree we noticed Gretchen Kanter and Adelaide Ely
. . . the blue lights of the tree cast beautiful shadows on "Gretty's" white
satin and Adelaide's gold dress . . . Upstairs in the dance hall we notived
"Peg" Strickler and Jimmy Welch . . . Jimmy sang a number with the
orchestra while his sister "Shuann" and Johnny Getz looked on . . . Julie
Kane was there in a mulberry and blue dress with Carl Ferner . . . Carl
is president of the house . . . When it cace time to go home Betty Barth
and Chuck Van Winkle were very lucky . . . They didn't have to wait with
the rest for taxies for Betty lives right next door in the Theta house--
Another Theta, Jean Bertram ... in a lo.vely blue taffeta . . . was there
with Bill McDowell . . .
The Martha Cook Dance ...
A huge poster in the best Picasso style, containing everything from
top hats to cocktail glasses lent atmosphere to the blue room of the
Martha Cook building Fridaydnight, at the second informal dance, for which
Max Collins' orchestra played.
The social chairman, Gertrude Veneklasen, chose a gold crepe dress
with puffed sleeves . . . her partner was Dev Gordon. One of the most
brilliant gowns was worn by Mary Bennett . . . she looked lovely in flowing
lipstick red chiffon, as she walked about the hall with her escort, Bill Jack.
Betty Green's escort was Dick Ricard . . . Betty wore an effective black
dress with a pink bodice.I

Women Defy Superstition
By Beginning Cabaret On
Friday, Dec. 13;
Announcement has been made by,
Angeline Maliszewski, '38, chairman,;
that the proceeds of the Sophomore
Cabaret will be turned over to the
Undergraduate Fund of the League.
Previous women's projects have,
turned over their profits to the Un-
dergraduate Pledge to pay off the
debt on the League.
The Undergraduate Fund provides
finances for various League projects.
Among the most important is the
League library which needs new
books. Stanley Chorus has been tak-
en over by the League, and the Under-
graduate Fund will defray the ex-
penses of the music and the salary of
the accompanist.
Other projects which are financed
by this fund are League teas, adver-
tising activities including the Silver
Grill, office supplies, and orientation
week. The salary of the League li-
brarian is also paid by the Under-
graduate Fund.I
The Sophomore Cabaret will be
held Friday and Saturday afternoon
and evening. Because Friday is the
13th, free admission will be granted
for the first hour of dancing. The
theme of the cabaret is "Grand Cen-
tral Station." About 100 sophomore
women will assist as hostesses for

By RUTH SAUER How charming a Spanish gown will
Summer starts next Friday! And appear beneath southern palms!
the sunny South will increase its And a word of consolation - don't
population as students from northern fear that the clothes you purchase
universities seek pleasanter climes for southern wear will have no more
during the holiday season. A fast use when the holiday season is over.
train will whisk them out of winter's The same styles now popular in Flor-
clutch and carry them to the land ida will be fashionable in our north-
where styles are two whole seasons ern ballrooms during the coming
ahead of us. summer. Perhaps you'll even decide
For sports wear on the green and to go to summer school - so they can
tennis courts of Miami, we find knit- be worn both here and in the club
ted suits of Frost Tone Cotton very ballroom.
promising. The blouses may be eith-
er knitted or crocheted in a lacy pat-
tern which will make them comfort- ZETA TAU ALPHA
able as well as becoming. Pale blues Zeta Tau Alpha sorority held initia-
and greens will be popular colors, and tion Sunday morning for Dorothy
unique wooden buttons will form a Bromley, '37, of Chicago, Ill., and
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Plum-colored taffeta was worn by
looked very lovely in a soft rust jacket
flowers at the neck . . . Her hair wasl
gold clip.

Jean Jackson . . . . Myrna Kern
dress, that had a bouquet of rusty
held back with a dull leaf-shaped

The Girls Cut In . .
Perhaps the most exciting event of the evening was an orange and
grapefruit dance . . . the girls received oranges which entitled them to cut
in on.whom they pleased, while the boys received grapefruits. Orange
sherbet in punch glasses was served between dances in front of the statue
of Venus in the hall. . . and in all it was a grand party and everyone seemed
to enjoy it.
The Thetas held a formal dance Saturday night and President
Jean Laitner invited Van Dunakin as her guest . . . Jean wore a black
velvet formal. Ann Timmons chose a light blue crepe formal trimmed with
rust velvet at the neck . . . she was with Dana Seeley. Betty Ronal and
Fred Buesser were together . . . Adeline Singleton . . . who recently fol-
lowed her brother's footsteps by crashing into politics . . . wore a pink
and brown taffeta formal. Also there were Mary Gies . . . in red uncut
velvet . . . with John Kurnitsky and Betty Shaffer who wore aquamarine
satin was with Joseph Spitzley.
At The Kappa Party...
And nearby a similar party was under way at the Kappa house. We
noticed that Reg Barnes was there very much in evidence . . . Reg seems
to have a definite leaning toward beautiful girls and he was doing all right
by himself at the Kappa party . . . he was Eleanor French's guest. And
among the other guests were Nancy Saibert . . . in an ashes-of-roses formal
. . . with Dave Barnett . . . Marjorie Link's guest, Jules Wengierski, was
from Oak Park, Illinois. William Cherrington was Jo Scott's guest .. .
and Jo looked very attractive in a picturesque wine taffeta formal. Fred-
ricka Galbraith chose a rose formal with a silver lame jacket . . . and Vir-
ginia Spray wore black with silver threads running through it forming moons
and stars . . . it was cut on tailored lines and had a V-neck with a silver
lame scarf tied in back. She had as her guest Al Plummer . . . and George
Holmes was there as Edith Fredrick's guest . . . Edith wore royal blue crepe
trimmed in silver lame.
And Everyone Sang.. .
And although the Union was the scene of the gayest activity Friday
night . . . thanks to the Engineers . . . the League took the honors on
Saturday. Everyone seemed to be in the best of spirits and joined "en masse"
to sing Michigan songs and all of those "old favorites." Even the orchestra
turned aside momentarily from the smooth dance numbers to accompany
the singing. A few of the people who were there were Jane O'Ferrall with
Creighton Coleman. . . Marcia Connell and Bill Griffiths. . . Anne Bursley
with Ed Drury. . . Ruth Rich with Sheldon Grenner . . . and Becky Bursley
with Bryant Ruthven.
And now if you don't mind us jumping backwards . . . we will review
the League Friday night. Mary Louise Willoughby and John Mann were
seated at a small table by the orchestra . . . and on the dance floor
we saw Dorothea Staebler dancing with Bill Jones. . . Sally Stapleton with
Frank Theis . . . Nancy Kinnear and Bob Atkins . . . and Jane Freese
was there with Art Ricker. As we wandered about from table to table we saw
Betsy Baxter . . . Kay Taylor sitting with Fred Cushing . . . and Dorothy
Oostdyk and Gordon Claussen seemed to be having a good time together.
The Following Night...
The Union was fairly quiet on Saturday night. The decorations from
the dance the night before were still up and added a little variety to the
atmosphere. In the sun room between dances we saw Ronnie Stilson
in a black crepe dress with a tailored white collar . . . and as we walked
into the hallway we passed Betty Whitney in a silver lame dress . . .
afternoon length . . . and Louise Florez in green crepe with a wide gold
After the basketball game Saturday quite a few migrated down to the
Hut . . . which was quite crowded as usual. Flo Harper was there with
Jim Cook . . . Ruth Bradner and Bob Henoch were together . . . and Pat
Potter. . . Jean Gibbs. . . and Lola Campbell were all there too.

-Associated Press Photo
For coming winter sports, an out-
fit of navy blue and white with a
sleeveless overpacket is a'n attrac-
tive costume.
League Plans
New Publication
For Students
The League Calendar, an official
bi-monthly publication of the League,
will make its first campus appearance
tomorrow, Florence Harper, chair-
man of the publications committee,
announced last night.
The publication is to include all
social highlights, women's activities,
and questions of general importance
to students, Miss Harper stated. It is
to be posted on all campus bulletin
boards as well as those of all sorori-
ties, dormitories, and league houses.
The League Calendar, Miss Harper
continued, will be similar in form to
the old Union Bulletin, and is to be
approximately three pages in length.
This edition will mark the first time
that the League has sponsored any-
thing of this kind.aIt will be possible
for any woman's activity to contrib-
ute news stories.
Dick Fidler's Band
Will Play At Union
Dick Fidler and his orchestra,
Cleveland, is scheduled to play at
the regular Union dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
Union Ballroom.
It is planned, Union officials said,
to have the dance as a Christmas
party and the ballroom will be dec-
orated in keeping with the holiday
Wencel A. Neumann, '36, president
of the Union, stated last night that
a new policy would be inaugurated
this year in the sponsoring of a
well-known outside band on the aver-
age of once each month for the reg-
ular weekly dances.,
The purpose of the new policy, Neu-
mann said, is "to give students an
opportunity to hear a well-known
band of the same caliber as that
sponsored for the class dances at the
usual price."

Two chapter houses have recently
held initiations, faculty were enter-
tained and a banquet was celebrated.
Alpha Delta Pi
The members of Alpha Delta Pi en-
tertained several members of the
faculty at supper last night. Bronze
chrysanthemums and white tapers
jwere used as decorations.
Yesterday members of the Mothers'
Club held a reception. This is an
annual affair, and traditional Christ-
mas decorations were used.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority en-
tertained this week-end Miss Mary
Dayharsh, Syracuse University, N.Y.
Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi sorority held initiation
last Saturday for Eleanor Calvert,
'38, Elkhart, Ind.; Marjorie Downey,
'38, Chicago; Ruth Fowler, '38, De-
troit; Marian Paterson, 37, Detroit;
Mary Sage Montague, '37, Saginaw;
Ella Wade, Howe, Ind.; Janet Pike,
'38 and Elizabeth Powers, '38, Detroit.
Delta Delta Delta
A Founder's Day luncheon was held
Saturday at the Delta Delta Delta
sorority house. One hundred alum-
nae and active chapter members at-
Mrs. Clifford Woody of the Ann Ar-
bor Alliance was in charge of the af-
fair. Jane Brucker, '36, president of
the house, was toastmistress. A short
stunt was presented by the pledges,
and Mary Lou Schwendt, '37, planned
the decorations.
Where To Go

Knitted Suit!
A knitted suit that will be lovely
for tea, dancing and formal daytime
wear consists of a soft, lame-knit ma-
terial that gleams with metal flecks.
The blouse is an open-work tunic of
medium length with long full sleeves,
and the belt is a rope of the same
material with long tassels extending
to the knees.
Evening gowns will be of lace or
chiffon. For gay Miami nights, we
recommend blue chiffon with float-
ing panels fastened to the shoulder
strapsingfront by rhinestone clips
and trailing gracefully over the
shoulders to the floor. The lines are
smooth and fitting, and a little shir-
ring just above the knees gives the
necessary fullness.
White For Evening
If you do not care for floating pan-
els, neat tailored gowns will also be
in vogue. We saw a very charming
one of white crepe trimmed with tiny
spangles. The neck is high in front,
extending over the shoulders in tiny
capelets that come to a V in back.
A new southern trend is toward
Spanish styles. Bolero jackets are
extremely smart on dinner gowns, and
small three-cornored shawls of gold
lace decorated with chenille will add
glamour to a gown. Skirts reach only
to the instep and are very wide and
full. Hats with upturned brims and
circular veils heighten the effect.



Club President
To Receive At
Dance Tonioht
A formal reception and dance will
be held by the Faculty Women's Club
at 9 p.m. tonight at the Michigan
Mrs.LE. L. Adams, president of the
club, and Mr. Adams will welcome the
members and their guests in the
Grand Rapids room. The other of-
ficers of the club who with their hus-
bands will assist in receiving are Prof.
and Mrs. John W. Bradshaw, Prof.
and Mrs. Z.Clark Dickinson, Prof.
and Mrs. Herbert F. Taggart, and
Prof. and Mrs. Earl S. Wolaver.
After the opening reception there
will be dancing in the ballroom, and
tables for cards in the Grand Rapids
room. Punch will be served in the
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the sorority held a formal dinner,
and a tea honoring the new initiates.
White carnations and blue candles
decorated the tea tables.
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Exhitition: Paintings by Jean Paul
Slusser, 2 to 5 p.m., Memorial Hall.

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