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FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1936

r THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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League

Tea Will Feature Fashion Show; Faculty Group Will Preside

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Military Group
To Hold Dance,
Formal Dinner
Affair To Honor Initiates;
Military Emblems, Flags
Will Decorate
A formal initiation banquet and
dance will be given at 7:30 p.m.
today in the third floor ballroom of
the Union by the members of Pi Tau
Pi Sigma, honorary military and pro-
fessional Signal Corps fraternity.
Insignia of the fraternity will be
combined with regimental flags and
other military emblems in the decora-
tions. The dance will honor the fol-
lowing initiates: Robert F. Yee, '36E,
Phillip Hall, '37E, Henry W. Gilfil-
lian, '37E, Orlando W. Stephenson,
Jr., '37E, F. B. Cline, '37E, Robert'
Bowker, '36E, Julian L. Steffenhagen,
'36E, Howard C. Sharp, '37E.
Members of the faculty who have
been invited to attend are Lt. Col-
onel and Mrs. F. C. Rogers, Major
and Mrs. J. C. Brier, Captain and
Mrs. M. G. Wallington, Captain and
Mrs. R. R. Coursey, and Prof. and
Mrs. L. N. Holland.
The address of welcome will be
given by Cadet Lt. E. V. King, '36E,
and Mr. Yee will respond in behalf of
the initiates.
Cadet officers of the organization
are: President, Cadet Lt. E. V. King,
Jr., '36E; vice-president, Cadet Lieut.
T. C. Ross, '36E; secretary, Cadet
Lieut. W. B. Marsh, '36E; treasurer,
Cadet Captain Lyle M. Reading, '36E;
and historian, Cadet Lieut. R. G. Au-
burn, '36E.
ALPHA OMEGA
Alpha Omega fraternity announces
the pledging o Alfred Sternfeld, '39D.
ALPHA PHI
Alpha Phi sorority members held
a shower for Marion Whitney, '37,
yesterday. Miss Whitney is to be
married in February.
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Flat Furs In Vogue
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An advance fashion note for
spring is scnded by the appearance
uf fur capes imilar to the one pic-
tuoed aerve. It is smartly designed
in one of the flat furs now in vogue
and is decidedly correct for street
or informal afternoon wear.

Models Cosen

From Campus;
Six InGroup
Al Cowan's Orchestra Will
Play For Dancing In
Ballroom

New Colors, Styles
Shown In Evening
Slippers For J-Hop
Now is the time when women are
beginning to wonder what they
should wear to the J-Hop. It is well
to plan your clothes well ahead of
time, so that you will have a chance
to "practice" them before the big
night.
Patent Leather Is Smart
As to shoes, low-heeled evening
sandals are attaining tremendous
popularity this winter, and we have
some smart new numbers to tell you
about. Patent leather sandals top
the list. They are exquisite in white,
blue, green or red, shiny as a fire-
chief's car. Patent leather for eve-
ning is a brand new idea this season.
Gold and silver kid is a perennial
love. Sandals of this sort with thongs
held together with T-straps make a'
modern Penelope's evening sandal.
They may be with or without toes,
according to personal tastes.
Tinted Deerskin Worn
A doeskin dyed in delectable shades
of blue and pink builds a sandal that
is cut to give you Cinderella feet. The
straps at the toes are fastened to-
gether like .petals, and two slender
crossing straps hold the slipper to
the foot.
A unique idea for an evening sandal
is flowered chintz. A smitch of it in
red, blue and white will make an al-
most completely revealing sandal
that dances with cotton or linen
frocks.
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To Present Chorus
Special Program Planned
For Last Tea Of Season;
Tap Dance To Be Given
Every type of the newest spring
fashions will be featured at the style
show to be given at the third in a
series of League teas from 4 until
6 p.m. today in the Ballroom of the
League for all women on the campus,
Lola Campbell, '36, chairman, stated.'
Additional entertainments head-
lining the program for the tea are
to include novelty song and orchestra
numbers, as well as featured tapI
dances by a selected chorus under3
the direction of Miss Marie Hart-
wig, according to Jean Hatfield, '37,
in charge of the program.
Dancing Is Planned
Reservations may be made in ad-
vance for the tables, which are to be
placed around the ballroom. There
is to be no charge for the afternoon's
program. Dancing has been planned
for after the conclusion of the fashion
show, with Al Cowan and his orches-
tra playing.
The fashion show is being spon-
sored by Jacobson's and will include
every type of the latest women's ap-
parel, ranging from the correctcam-
pus outfits and afternoon wear to the
more sophisticated formal dress.
Six women have been selected to
act as models. They are: Marcia
Connell, '39; Betty Ronal, '38; Elea-
nor French, '39; Elizabeth Rowe, '36;
Lucille Wright, '36; and Rebecca Bur-
sley, '39.
Faculty Women To Pour
Seventeen faculty women have been
asked to preside at the tea table
during the afternoon. They are: Mrs.
Earl V. Moore, Mrs. James B. Edmon-
son, Mrs. Charles Sink, Mrs. Louis
Hopkins, Mrs. Albert Furstenburg.
Mrs. Henry Adams, Mrs. Bennett
Weaver, Mrs. Shirley Allen, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Mrs. Preston Slosson, Mrs.
Philip Bursley, Mrs. John Brumm,
Mrs. Louis Eich, Mrs. E. S. Wolaver,
Mrs. R. D. McKenzie and Mrs. George
Bleekman.
Members of the social committee
of the League will assist Miss Camp-
bell at the tea. This will be the
first fashion show which has been
presented as an all-campus feature
this year.
. More than 350 women are expected
to attend, officials said. Advance res-
ervations have already been made by
several chapter houses.
STRAW HATS APPEAR
Straw hats for the well-dressed
campus woman will make the first
Ann Arbor appearance at the begin-
ning of the second semester, fashion
authorities decree.

Gay Festivities
To Take Place
This Week-EndI
Houses And Dormitories
To Give Radio Parties,
Formal Dances
A number of parties have been
scheduled for this week end. The list
of social activity varies from formal
dances to radio parties.
Lambda Chi Alpha will hold its
pledge formal tonight. A formal
dinner will precede the dance. Chap-
erones will be Dr. and Mrs. Roy K.
McAlpine, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander W.
Smith and Prof. and Mrs. Walter J.
Emmons. Wally Gail's orchestra will
play for the dancing.
Phi Sigma Delta To Entertain
A formal dance will be given by
Phi Sigma Delta Saturday night, at
which George Wheeler's orchestra
will play. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Alt-
shuler and Mr. and Mrs. King Shway-
ler will act as chaperones. Gilbert
Tilles, '37, is in charge.
Pi Lambda Phi will entertain to-
night with an informal victrola
dance. In charge of the affair are
Irving Matthews, '38 and George
Weinberger, '36. Mr. and Mrs. Em-
manuel Harris and Dr. and Mrs
Philip Jay will be chaperones.
Theta Chi is holding a closed form-
al tonight. George Frid, '36E, is in
charge. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wil-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Palmer
will be the chaperones.
Radio Party To Be Given
Xi Psi Phi fraternity is entertaining
the members of Alpha Xi Delta sor-
ority tonight at an informal radio
party. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Seeberger
and Mrs. Edith Allen will act as chap-
erones. Bernard Black, '38D, is the
social chairman in charge.
Kappa Delta Rho announces a
radio-bridge party Saturday night.
Chaperones at -the party will be Dr.
and Mrs. Franklin L. Everett and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. DeGraff.
The pledges of Pi Beta Phi will
honor the active memberstat a closed
formal dance to be held tomorrow
night. Marion Barnum, '37, is in
charge of the arrangements for the
party. Al Cowan's orchestra will play
for the dancing, and the chaperones
will be Prof. and Mrs. Charles Jami-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H.
Upton.
Annual Formal To Be Held
An annual formal supper dance
will be held by Martha Cook tomor-
row night. Gertrude Veneklasen, '36,
social chairman, has appointed Vir-
ginia York, '37, general chairman.
Mrs. George Codd and Miss Sara
Rowe are to be chaperones, and they
will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart G. Baites of Detroit.
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
300-A South State Street
JANUARY
CLEARANCE SALE
Continues on
LINGERIE, HOSIERY,
GIRDLES

ALPHA EPSILON IOTA
Alpha Epsilon Iota entertained one
of its patronesses, Mrs. Bishop Can-
sield, at dinner last Monday night.
Mrs. Cansield is sailing for California
in the near future.

Sissy
Bretons"

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partment of interior announced to- 117 precincts, gives Miguel Mariano
day it would issue no further results Gomez, coalition candidate for the
from last Friday's general elections presidency, a lead of 62,494.
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