Carpenter, Milliken Wed;
Is Made Known
Of interest to Ann Arbor students
are the recent announcements of a
wedding and an engagement.
Kathlene Carpenter. '35, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson
Carpenter of Blissfield, was married
yesterday in a double ring ceremony
to Herbert Milliken, Jr., '35L, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Milliken of
The bride, who is affiliated with
Delta Gamma, wore white chiffon
velvet with a braided cowl neckline,
tiny white buttons down the back
from the neck to the waist and a long
train. A band, of chiffon velvet circled
her tulle cap from which fell a three-
tiered tulle veil covering the entire
length of the long velvet train. She
carried white roses.
Sally Stapleton, '36, was the bride's
only attendant. She wore a green
moire taffeta princess dress with a
purple velvet hat and accessories and
carried yellow roses. The best man
was the brother of the groom, who is
a member of Chi Phi.
Mrs. Carpenter, mother of the bride,
had on blue velvet trimmed with'
rhinestones. Among the guests were!
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Betty Aigler.,
Mary Jane Atlee, '38, Billie Blum,
'38, Catherine Bohrn, '39, Elaine Co-
bo, '37, Neil Dillon, '36B.Ad. and Sally
Pierce. Following the honymoon Mr.
and Mrs. Milliken will be at home at
2208 Iroquois Ave., Flint.
The engagement of Marion Haight,
to H. Parson Beebe, son of Dr. andI
Mrs. Hugh M. Beebe of Ann Arbor,
has been announced by Dr. and Mrs.!
Lee E. Haight of Ann Arbor, parents
of Miss Haight. The wedding will
take place during the Christmas holi-
Miss Haight, who is affiliated withv
Collegiate Sorosis, was graduated ,
from Olivet College and was a grad- v
uate student in the University last
year. Mr. Beebe is a graduate of n
Hillsdale college and is a member of f
Alpha Tau Omega. t
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FMVE
i ill Honor Best Scholastic chapter At BanquetTomorrow
Curls And Ringlets Decorate New Headdresses JAnil Event Chairman Of Banquet HENEMAN TO TALK
1I_ 11 i Prof. Harlow A. Heneman of the
oastmaster For Occasion'
Will Be Betty A. Beebe;I
200 Women To Attend
look To Be Award
Where To Go
Theatres: Majestic: "The Devil Is
A Sissy," with Freddie Bartholomew,
Jackie Cooper, Mickey Rooney; Mich-
igan: "The Big Broadcast of 1937,"
with Jack Benny, George Burns,
Gracie Allen, Bob Burns, Benny
Goodman; Orpheum: "Sons of Guns,"
with Joe E. Brown; "Trouble for
Two." with Robert Montgomery;
Whitney: "Charlie Chan At the Race
Track," with Warner Oland, Helen
Wood, Alan Dineheart; "Bunker
Bean," with Owen Davis, Jr., Louise
Latimer; Wuerth: "Rythmn On The
Range," with Bing Crosby; "Holly-
Dancing: Chubb's, Michig-Inn.
Speakers For The Evening'
To Be President Ruthven
And Dean Alice Lloyd
Betty Anne Beebe, '37, has been
chosen to act as toastmaster at the
annual Panhellenic banquet which
will be held at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow
in the League Ballroom, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Betty Fauver,
'38, general chairman of the banquet.
Two hundred women are expected
to attend the affair, Miss Fauver said.
Attendance is compulsory for all*
sorority women, she stated. A book
which is awarded each year by the
dean of women's office to the sorority
having the best scholastic rating for
the past year, will be presented by
Ira M. Smith, registrar.
Speakers Are Named
Speakers for the occasion will be
President Ruthven and Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Miss Fauver said. Wilmot F.
Pratt, new carillioneur of the Uni-
versity, will conduct the singing at
the banquet, according to Miss Fauv-
Patrons and patronesses for the af-
fair will be President and Mrs. Ruth-
ven, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
Miss Lloyd and Dean and Mrs. Ed-
ward H. Kraus. Dean and Mrs. W.
R. Humphries, Miss Jeanette Perry,
Registrar and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Byrl1
i F. Bacher, Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, Dr. Margaret
Bell and Mary Andrew, '37, president
ZETA TAU ALPHA
ELIZABETH A. FAUVER
Of Faculty Staff
To Be Honored
President, Senate To Give
Reception In Ballroom
In honor of the new members of
the faculty, the President and the
senate of the University will hold a
reception from 8:30 to 12 p.m. Tues-
day in the ballroom of the Union. All
members of the faculties and their
wives are cordially invited to be
The reception will take place be-
tween 8:30 and 10 p.m., after which
there will be dancing in the ballroom.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
Zeta Tau Alpha
pledging of Betty
Fashion Experts Applaud Rows
Of Ringlets In Newest C~oiffures
Smart Hair Styles Banked shows the modern version of the em-
By Sausage Curls, Tied press pompadour effect. In this style
the hair has a side part on the upper
With Velvet Ribbon right and the hair is combed across
the forehead very smoothly. Two
By CATHERINE DEVINE huge rows of softly rolled curls run
There was a little girl who had a across the top of the head, one in
ittle curl, right in the middle of her back of the other. The sides are
forehead. And there still are girls combed; back into several tightly
who have little curls, right in the curled ringlets covering the upper
middle of their foreheads-and else- half of the ear. Small curled bangs
where. For curls are with us once in front covering half of the forehead
again in this year of 1936-37, and the add a very provocative touch.
more curls you can pile onto your un- The coiffure at the lower right is
furrowed brow, the more the dic- a version of the new "coronation"
tators of what is right in hair styles hairdress-the ends are curled back
will praise you upon your excellent off the face all around the back of
taste. the head, with rows of curls fitting
This season' curls are put to the closely to the back of the neck com-
banking test, which means that the pleting the effect. Flowers are placed
hair is done in sausage curls, some in the curls at the back of the head.
arranged one above the other, and lending a dressy note to a formal eve-
others curled more or less perpendic- ning.
of Assembly, will also act in that the only members of the receiving
Fauvre Is Chairman Prof. Everett Brown of the political
Members of the central committee science department, will be in charge
of the banquet are: Miss Fauver, Kap- of the entire affair. Prof. Earl V.
pa Kappa Gamma, general chairman; Moore of the School of Music will
Virginia Van Dyke, '38, Delta Gam- have charge of the music, and Prof.
ma, ticket chairman; Betty Whitney, Willis Bennett of the English depart-
'38, Collegiate Sorosis, decoration ment will be in charge of the decora-
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pha Chi Orfiega, program chairman.
Miss Beebe, who will act as toastmas-#
ter, is affiliated with Collegiate So-
The sororities will be seated in the
ballroom according to their scholastic
rating, Miss Fauvre said. The sorority
winning the book award will occupy
a table which will be set upon a plat-j
The University senate consists of
all the members of the faculties of
the different schools and colleges in-
cluding and above the rank of as-
sistant professor and a few officers
of the University included by special
action of the board of regents.
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ular to these. The sides of this coif-
fure are brushed off the face in a
loose, soft roll, and a long sausage
curl dips over one eye in the front,
with another longer sausage curl
starting at a right angle to the first
curl and curving slightly as it reaches
the center of the head. The part
featured in this hairdress is circular
and starts in back of the front curls,
so as to be unnoticeable from the
front. A satin or velvet ribbon worn
with this lends a charming note for
informal evenings. This coiffure is
shown in the illustration at the upper
The picture at the upper right
With all these helpful hints near at
hand, gather together all the curls
you can find and place them high
upon your head, in any style that
suits your fancy; for the keynote this
season is originality.
form, distinguishing it from the rest i om en otegue
of the group.
Each sorority is to bring its own
candles and table decorations, Miss
Fauver stated. Tickets, which were'
priced at 65 cents, were sold by the
PI LAMBDA THETA
Pi Lambda Theta, honorary edu-. chapter houses and the money was
cational society, is planning a tea to turned in at the League by the so-
be given Oct. 28, in the Hostess Room rority treasurers, Miss Fauver said.
of the League, according to Miss Mar-
garet Behringer, '37Ed., corerspond- Dinner To Be Given
ing secretary. The hostess for the
affair will be Mrs. Blanche Rousseau, W Far n Wru-m
Following hockey as the second
team sport of this seasonhvolleyball
will officially open its fall tournament
tomorrow with 16 house teams vieing
for the championship, it was recently
announced. Late entries may still go
IL, "I 1' Vl Glgil rr Villull
in through contacting Betty Whitney,
All foreign women on campus and '38, volleyball manager.
wives of foreign students will be the Independent women living in league
guests at supper today of Prof. and houses and in private homes who wish
Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson and Mrs. Byrl to play volleyball are asked to call
Fox Bachre at the Nelson home. Mary Redden, '37Ed. One team will
Professor Nelson is counselor to play at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Other
foreign students and Mrs. Bacher ad- teams will be organized as the num-
viser to foreign women. Women ber of players increase. Since zones
planning to attend will meet at 6 p.m. are in the midst of new organization
at the League from which transporta- now, it will be impossible to organize
at he L egupro m hid. rzone groups for the first season.
The games will be played from 4:30
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Betsy Barbour Holds
First Faculty Dinner
Betsy Barbour House entertained
last night at its first faculty dinner of
the year. Guests for the occasion
were: Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. C.
Hildner, Dr. and Mrs. Louis C. Kar-I
pinski, Dr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Long,,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Tracy, Dr.
and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, Jr.,
Professor and Mrs. John L. Brumm,
Dr. and Mrs. Hereward T. Price, Mr.
and Mrs. Aubrey L. Hawkins, Dr.
and Mrs. Hirtsch Hootkins and Mrs.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Alpha Xi Delta has recently affili-
ated the following members trans-
ferring from other schools: Marjorie
Harrold, '37, Millen, Georgia; Ger-
l aldine Harrison, '37, Flint; Katherine
Steurnol, '38, Flint and Jan Burch,
'38, Benton Harbor.
to 5:30 p.m. daily in Barbour Gymna-
sium. Both A and B tournaments
will be conducted, the losers of the
first matches going into the B group,
the winners into the A division. The
finals will be played between the win-
ner or A and the winner of B.
1 City Women's Club
Will Meet Tuesday'
The first meeting of the Business
and Professional Women's Club of
Ann Arbor will have as guests, Miss
Cora McClench and Miss Isabelle
Fisk, Grad., of Cincinnati. The meet-
ing will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the League.
Miss McClench will report on the
regional convention which was held
in Springfield, Ill. Miss Fisk will
speak on the International Federa-
tion meeting at Paris, which she at-
tended last summer.
The nAddition of '
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