WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19a5
TH E MICHIGAN DAILY
To Be Honored
At Ruthven Tea
Mosher Hall Officials To
Pour; 3 Fraternities Are
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will open their home to re-
ceive students from 4 until 6 p.m.
today at the fourth in a series of
presidential teas given for undergrad-
The groups which will be espe-
cially honored at this affair include:
Mosher Hall, Theta Chi, Phi Delta
Theta, and Nu Sigma Nu fraternities.
Although special invitations have
been extended to these groups, all
students are invited to attend.
All members of the League social
committee will assist President and
Mrs. Ruthven at this tea. More than
400 students are expected to be pres-
ent, Alice Slinghuff, '37, in charge
of arrangements, said.
This tea will be the last presiden-
tial affair for students to be given
before the Christmas holidays. These
receptions are given the first two
Wednesdays of every month.
Presiding at the tea table for to-
day's affair will be: Mrs. Martha Rae,
social director of Mosher Hall; Elaine
Cobo, '37, social chairman of Mosher
Hall; Maureen Kavanagh, '36, pres-
ident of Assembly and Mosher Hall;
and Janice Rice, Grad., chairman of
last .year's presidential teas.
The receiving line is to commence
in the living room where President
and Mrs. Ruthven will welcome the
students, and proceed into the.dining
room where tea is to be served, Miss
Feature Club Tea
A Christmas program will be pre-
sented at 2:30 p.m. today by the
drama and literary divisions of the
Ann Arbor Woman's Club at the
home of Mrs. Francis J. LaPointe.
The program will consist of the
reading of a play by members of the
drama group of which Mrs. James
M. Bridges is chairman, and the read-
ing of an "Uncle Remus" story by
the literature group under Mrs. J. R.
Sharman. The singing of carols will
be followed by tea at which Mrs.
Merle Dixon and Mrs. Sharman will
assist Mrs. Bridges.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority held an
initiation for six members last week-
end. Those who were initiated are
Betty Sherk, '37, Midland; Marjorie
Mackintosh, '37, Crawfodsville, Ind.;
Betty Whitney, '37, Shaker Heights,
O.; Barbara Horton, '37, Birming-
ham; Janet Carver, '38, Bay City;
and Ruth Allerige, '38, Montclair, N.J.
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Long C(tpes Shown
The shert cape which was so
p^pular last fall has taken length
and now provides warmth as well
as smartness. Brown moleskin
makes this one, and the skins which
are put together in circular de-
signs give a wide flare to the back.
Mrs. E. L. Adams, Other
Officers, Form Receiving
Line At League
The Faculty Women's Club held its
annual formal reception and dance
at 9 p.m. yesterday in the League.
Mrs. Edward L. Adams, president of
the club, headed the reception line.
She was dressed in a formal combin-
ing a deep purple skirt with a grey
satin blouse. Over her arm she car-
ried a matching purple jacket. Next
to Mrs. Adams was Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven wearing an olive green
uncut velvet gown with mink trim
around the armholes.
Mrs. John Bradshaw, another of-
ficer of the organization, chose a for-
mal of royal blue embroidered in sil-
ver threads and Mrs. Z. Clark Dick-
inson wore black lace. Mrs. Herbert
F. Taggart, next in the receiving line,
was seen in a long sleeved wine col-
ored lace formal, and Mrs. Earl S.
Wolaver's gown was white crepe with
a scarlet sash.
Among other members of the fac-
ulty seen were Dean and Mrs. Wilber
R. Humphreys. Mrs. Humphreys'
formal was of brown velvet. Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea were also
present, Mrs. Rea wearing a black
crepe skirt topped by a silver lame
Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sink were
seen talking to Prof. and Mrs. Louis
C. Karpinski in the Grand Rapids
Room. Mrs. Sink's choice was an off
the shoulder formal in black velvet
with ermine trim around the neck-
line. Mrs. Karpinski's gown was of
lace in an unusual shade of rose. Miss
Ethel McCormick wore a black formal
with a top of bright sequins accen-
tuated by a red sash.
Where TO Go
Theatre: Whitney, "His Night Out"
with Everett Horton and 'Black Fury'
with Paul Muni; Wuerth, "Anna Ka-
renina" with Greta Garbo and "Here
Comes Cooky" with Burns and Allen;
Majestic, "Return of Peter Grimm"
with Lionel Barrymore and "To Beat
The Band" with Helen' Broderick;
Michigan, "A Night at the Opera"
with The Marx Brothers.
Choral Union: Boston Symphony
Orchestra with Serge Koussevitsky,
conductor; 8:15 p.m., Hill Auditor-
Exhibitions: Paintings by Jean
Paul Slusser, 2 to 5 p.m., Memorial
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
Afternoon - Evening
December 13th, 14th
(See Page 6)
Tea In Michigan League
For Scholastic Group
The Senior Society, an honor so-
ciety for independent senior women,
held its fall initiation at 4:30 p.m.
yesterday in the League Chapel. The
following girls were made members:
Emma-Ellen S. Brown, Gertrude M.
Veneklasen, Myra E. Schwan, Eliza-
beth J. Simonds, and Ruth G. Le-
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social
director of women, entertained the
society after the initiation ceremony
with a tea given at 5 p.m. in the Ethel
Fountain Hussy Room. Miss Alice
C. Lloyd, dean of women, and Miss
Marie D. Hartwig, instructor of phys-
ical education for women, poured.
The other guests who were present
were Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven;
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Miss Jean-
nette Perry, assistant deans of wom-
en; Miss Myra B. Jordan, dean emer-
itus of women; Miss Kathleen W.
Codd, social director of Martha Cook
dormitory; Mrs. Martha L. Ray, as-
sistant of the dean of women and so-
cial director of Mosher Hall; Miss
Ann Vardon, social director of Betsy
Barbour dormitory; Miss Isabel W.
Dudley, social director of Jordan
Hall; and Miss Ruth H. Danielson,'
social director of Helen Newberry
Miss Marian Bertsch, Lucille Alm,
Margaret Kasley, Betti Smith, and
Mary L. Jotter, were a few of the
almnae honorary members of the so-
ciety who were present.
Held By Sorority
The Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, musical sorority, held its De-
cember formal musicale Monday at
the home of Mrs. o. J. Campbell. Mrs.
Earl V. Moore acted as assistant
The program opened with Mary
Porter, '36SM, pianist, playing three
numbers by Franck-Bauer. Follow-
ing this, Marguerite Creighton, '38-
SM, sang four numbers, being ac-
companied by Emilie Paris, Grad.
SM. Elizabeth Mann, Grad. SM,
closed the program with a cello son-
ata, accompanied by Janet McLoud,
At the conclusion of this, a group
of six girls and Miss Alice C. Lloyd
sang a group of old English Christ-
mas carols from the 15th century.
The entire sorority then joined in
singing other Christmas carols.
PHI SIGMA KAPPAl
At its second quarterly election of
officers, Monday, Phi Sigma Kappa
chose Virgil Gloucheski, '36, presi-
dent; Russell T. Walker, '36, vice-
president; Cecil Geldbaugh, '38E, in-
ductor, and Herbert Stevens, '36A,
was re-elected to the post of secre-
Negligee Is Suitably Frivolous
As Christmas Gift For Women
By BARBARA POWELL One Ann Arbor shop is showing
Somehow the thought of Christmas white angora robes. plentifully;
gifts for women in synonomous with sprinkled with embroidery worked in
that of negligees. The frivolity of colored yarn. Angora is also unex-
such attire seems particularly apt at pectedly trimmed in black lace.
a gay and festive season. One wishes Mules are most important along
to give presents which while dear to
the feminine hears are yet free from this line. One very frivolous pair is
any disheartening vestige of practi- pink satin, featuring gold and silver
cality. paillettes in a radiating design. A
One particularly appealing negligee more tailored version is heelless, a
is fashioned of pink satin printed with satin variation of the Turkish slipper.
a powder puff design in blue and Petit point mules in a floral motif
white. The collar and tight cuffs are are very feminine. One glittering
of soft white marabou. Flattering mule is composed entirely of satin
mules with puffs of marabou on the straps, studded with colored stones.
toes go with this. A simply-styled A heelless velvet strap slipper, trim-
robe is of a deep wine satin, depend- med with gold or silver kid, does duty
ing for its beauty on richness of color as an evening slipper as well as a
and material. mule.
Lamb's Wool Lining
The new stitched velvet in delicious
shades is fashioned into a tailored POW DER PUFF
negligee. Being interlined with lamb's BEAUTY PARLOR
wool, it is considerably warmer than
most garments of this type. The new
boudoir boots could be worn effec-
tively with this model. They are of
velvet in colors to match the robe
and cuffed with white lapin. -
House coats are something new this
season. Flannel, a material which
has long been relegated to the bath-
robe group, appears smartly in a
good-looking tailored coat, belted,
and buttoned down the front with
contrasting velvet knobs. An ascot
scarf to match the buttons fills in the
deep neckline. Another similar gar- Shampoo and Finger Wave
ment is made of rich black velvet Monday 35c Balance of Week 50c
styled like a man's wrapper and re-
lieved by a red scarf knotted about 234 Nickels Arcade Dial 6442
the throat and a red handkerchief in
PLAN EXCHANGE DIINNER
An exchange dinner will be held
bctween the Alpha Phi and Delta
Delta. Delta sororities tonight. TheI
jiuniors from the Delta Delta Delta
sorority will be guests at the Alpha
Phi house and the sophomores from
Alpha Phi will be the guests of Delta
Delta Delta. Louise Florenz, '36, is in
charge of the Delta Delta Delta din-
ner, and Margretta Kollig, '36. is in
one of the four large pockets.
Of Faculty Gi
Members of the University f
were included in the program
sented at a meeting of the Ann
Woman's Club at 2:30 p.m. y
day in the ballroom of the Le
George B. Brigham, assistan
fessor of architecture addresse
meeting on "Housing the M
Mind," and Dean Alice C. Lloyd
orary member of the club, s,
set of old English songs.
The program was arranged 1
home division of the club andv
the charge of Mrs. F. A. W]
chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence
man, vice chairman. Mrs.7
Dolph was in charge of thei
Hostesses for the afternoon
Mrs. Alice Reynolds, Mrs. Lav
Hoffman, Mrs. C. O. Carey an
L. H. Hollway.
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