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Y, NOV. 1, 1936


Announce Undergraduate Guests Of HonorAt Mortarboard Te(

z Dance



eniors Attend Dormitory Will Hold
eInitiation Ceremony
11n VTA~Uin Betsy Barbour House will hold its
dannual initiation ceremony this af-
ternoon under the direction of Eliza-

Miss Hamilton
Sends Out Bids
To 10 Women
Juniors And Sophomores
With High Averages Are

To Preside At Tea

Unusual Suede Fashions Found

Actual Teaching Problems
In Physical Education
Discussed By Group
In order to acquaint the present
seniors and juniors in the phsyical
education department with the prob-
lems of actual teaching, a joint meet-E
ing of alumnae and students of the)
department was held at 11 a.m. yes- I
terday in the Women's Athletic
Building, followed by a luncheon in
the lounge.
Dr. Margaret Bell, head of the de-
partment, opened the informal discus-
sion. She was wearing a tailored
turquoise dress with silver clips.
Frances Redden, '36, who gave the
first alumna "experience" talk, spoke
of the situations awaiting an inex-
perienced teacher.
Jean Groh, '37, in a wine knit, and
Floydene Beardsley, '36, were seen
talking just before the talks, joined
by Miss Dorothy 'Beise in a blue and
white knit.
Carolyn Salisbury, '36, gave one of
the more amusing talks on her first
day of teaching.
Miss Laurie Campbell was seen
welcoming a few late guests in a black
silk with bright red trimmings. Jean
Gourlay, '37, in a brown tailored suit,
and Mary Jane Mueller, '38, in a
peach knit, were noticed comparing
notes during the discussion
Alpha Xi Delta sorority announces
the initiation of Elizabeth Unti, '39,
of Detroit.

beth White,.'39. Fifty-four new resi-
dents will each receive the traditional
pink rose-bud, and decoratio'ns for
the affair will be pink chrysanthe-
mums. After the initiation, supper


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will be served. Names of the 104 junior and soph-
omore women having high scholastic
jAnn Arbor guests for the ceremony averages who will be especially invit-
will be: Regent and Mrs. Junius Beal, ed to the Mortarboard tea dance to
Dean and Mrs. Edward Kraus, Mr. be given from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Satur-
and Mrs. N. B. Earhart, Prof. and day in the League were announced
i Mrs. Edward Adams, Mr. and Mrsyesterday by Charlotte Hamilton, '37,
in charge of the invitations.
Eugene Power, Dr. and Mrs. Dean W.
Myers, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Thetea dance isopen
Dr. priced at 50c are now on sale in dor-
F. Bacer , Miss Jeanette Perry,Dr mitories and sororities by Mortar-
Margaret Bell, Dr. Emeth Schultz, board members. Guests may dance
Miss Henriette Scranton, Miss Ida in the ballroom of the League, where
Jenks and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Well- Charlie Zwick will play or may lis-
man. ten to the broadcast of the Michigan-
Detroit guests will be: Mr. and Mrs. Pennsylvania game in the Grand
John A. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rapids room.
Roura, Miss K. Frances Roura and Those invited are: Mary E. Al-
Miss Janet Peabody, who was pres- bright, '38, Ruth B. Allderige, '38,
ident of Betsy Barbour House last Janet D. Allington, '38, Gabrielle Ar-
year. ison, '39, Helen Aupperle, '38M, Mi-
riam Altoman, '38, Helen Jane Barr,
Faclt Wome's Club '38, Carolyn Beltramini, '38, Phyllis
Fac ultyW oen's ClubBennett, '39, Margaret E. Bentley, '38,
Will Meet On Tuesda 'Martha Berry, '38, Elva Boegey, '38,
Marjory' Bolger, '38, Louise Bolitho,
The Tuesday afternoon section of '38, Mary Helen Bwman, '38, Mar-
the Faculty Women's club will hold garet Bryant, '39, Anna Bychinski '39
its first meeting of the year at 2:15 Helen Byrn, '38M, Eureka Marie Ca-'
p.m. Tu esday in the Alumnae room hill, '39, Janet Carver, '38, Virginia
at the League, it was announced yes- Carr, '38SM, Elinor Clark, '38, Ber-
terday. nice Cohen, '39Spec., Marcia Connell,
Hostesses for the occasion include: '39, and Margaret Cram, '39.
Mrs. E. D. Mitchell, chairman, as- To Be Honored Guests
sis':ed by the following, Mrs. W. F. . Marjorie Curdy, '38, Norma Cur-
Ransdell, Mrs. D. M. Matthews, Mrs. tis, '39, Jean Drake, '39, Martha
C. H. Langford, Mrs. Burke Shartel, Eynes, '38, Lucille Flaum, '39, Mar-
Mrs. Lewis C. Karpinski, Mrs. S. A. garet Forsythe, '38, Cecile Franking,
Grayham and Mrs. W. R. Humphries.1'39, Alice Frayer, '39, Eleanor French,
'39, Janet Fullenwider, '39, Marjorie
Fuller, '38, Betty Gatward, '38, Chris-
tine Gesell, '38, Mary Gies, '39, Dor-
othy Goebel, '39, Esther Gross, '39,
Margaret Haggan, '39, Ruth Hersh-
'field, '39, Agnes Hippen, '39, Emma
Hirsch, '39, Barbara Hlad, '39, Char-
lotte Holland, '39, and Ruth Horland,
'39, are also included on the list.
Virginia Hunt, Spec. SM, Margaret
Jack, '38, Annette Kandelin, '39, Doris
Kaplan, '38, Betty Keenan, '39, Nancy
MD Kover, '38, Ruth Kraft, '38, Helen
Lander, '39, Julia LaRue, '39, Eileen
Lay, '38, Jeanne Lazarus, '39, Naomi
ever i Levin, '39, Myrtle Lifland, '39, Mary
slen- Loughborough, '39, Mildred MacAr-
thur, '39, Mary Alice MacKenzie, '39,
s" to Mary Ellen McLord, '38, Claire Man-
t dell, '39, Johanna Meijer, '39, Mada-
spira- line Meyers, '39, Florence Michlinski,
'39, Janet Mills, '39, Alice Mohrmann,
'38, Winifred Moore, '39, Jane Mou-
S:.gay, '39, Elizabeth Mournfield, '39,
Helen Owston, '39, Sylvia Peterman,
'39Spec., are also invited.
Other Names Announced
Jenny Petersen, '39, Helen Pfaller,
D $ '38, Catherine Purdom, '38, Helen
Roads, '39, Jayne Roberts, '38, Fran-
ces Robinson, '39, Rena Rubenstein,
'38, Florence Rubin, '39, Elizabeth St.
-' ~ .'John, '39, Miriam Sanders, '38, Alma
Seeley, Ester Sempliner, '38, Rowena.
£ Sheffer, '38, Myrra Short, '39, Eleanor
Smith, '39, Jeanne Stearns, '39, Trer-
esa Swab, '38, Martha Tillman, '39,
Julia Upson, '39, Mrs. Maud H. Vin-
cent, Spec., Elizabeth Wentworth. '39,
Joan Wentz, '38, Mary Wheat, '39,
Peggy Wile, '39, Grace Williams, '39,
Charlotte Wolkov, '39, and Alice
j Woodruff, '38, conclude the list.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will receive faculty members
and their friends at home from 4 to
6 p.m. today.
/ This is the first of this year's series
of teas given the first Sunday of each
month. Mrs. Ruthven announced
that she would use chrysanthemums
for decorations. Members of the fac-
ulty will be asked to pour.t

For M' Scarfs
Set ByW.A. A.
Consulting hours to determine
those women with sufficient W.A.A.
participation to win the "M" scarf
awarded by the association for sports
activities were announced yesterday
by Charlotte Baxter, '38, awardsl
The hours next week are as follows:!
Monday, 4-5 p.m., Tuesday: 3-4 p.m.,l
Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 p.m., Thurs-
day: 3-4 p.m. and Friday: 4-5 p.m.I
Meetings will be held in the W.A.A.
offices of the W.A.B.
The "M" scarf is a dark blue ker-
chief with maize monogrammed
"M" and is yellow on the reverse side.
Awarded for two season's sports par-
ticipation ,the scarf may be purchased
only on the presentation of a priv-I
elege card from the awards chairman.
It is sold at Moe's Sport Shop.

In Designers'
Suede, that beautiful and practical 1
fabric, is becoming increasingly im-
portant in fashions this season. First
we were able to purchase suede gloves,
bags, Shoes and short jackets. Then
the fashion experts experimentedI
with suede hats, and finding that I
they were a huge style success, racked
their brains trying to think of some r
startling new manner in which they I
could use suede. t
Finally an inspiration came. Short
jackets had been popular-why not
make longer jackets, and even whole
coats of suede? So after such hectic
heralding of these stunning new coats
in the leading fashion magazines,i
one saw stunning three-quarter
length jackets and long coats fa-
shioned of suede, first in New York
and then in leading stores through-
out the country. They were said to
be the perfect thing for campus wear,
and without one of them no college
woman's life was complete.
Now the stage is being cleared for
the personal appearance of the all-
suede dress, and the dress with suede
accents. One dress is a , stunning
model in a tan two-piece shirtwaist
model, with one patch pocket on the
left side; the skirt being very straight
and plain with a belted top.
Smart, too, is the black wool dress
"spiked" with gold suede collar, cuffs
and belt.
Suede bags and gloves are still
much in demand, the newest style in
bags being the pouch-in either black
or brown-with leather thong han-
Another smart bag is the town bag
with a false bottom to spring on I
your astonished friends. This false
bottom carries your cigarettes, make-
up, and a small mirror. The rest
Dinner At League
Planned By S.C.A.!
SFirst stens to laulnch tha '~rCa-


A season's participation is equival- I
A esnsparticipations euv,1 o3,owwu mm ne sport ac tivities were set under way last nightI
ent to 12 brticipations inmone st by the Student Christian Association
or a combination of not more than in its' regular meeting at Lane Hall.
W.A.A. members who have earned Richard Clark, '37, who presided,
2 AA p mentsrmrwho ae eayedannounced a 'Sen-Alexander Din-
h20 points or more up to date may ner" to be held tomorrow in . the
have a privilege card, but from this League. This is in conjunction with
fall on, the scarf will be awarded on the visit to Ann Arbor of these two
the participation basis only. young Christian leaders, who are
touring the country. Proposals for
W.A.B. Alleys Will a new series of Sunday morning re-
ligious meetings were brought up by
Reopen Tomorrow the executive council and passed, and.
Ithe regular meeting time on Tuesday
Starting tomorrow, the bowling al- was changed to Thursday by action of
leys at the Women's Athletic Build- the group.
ing will be open at specific hours, it thClark was elected S.C.A. member
was recently announced by Miss Dor-to the new campus dormitory coun-
othy Beise, faculty bowling adviser. cil, and Gail Duffendack, '7, was
The hours are from 4 to 6 p.m. every chosen to head the newly developed
afternoon except Saturday when they religion discussion group of the or-
will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Evening hours ganization.
can be obtained by contacting Miss
Beise at Barour G mnasium I TRIANGLE



S..,Ak nu.D4 l .t U1A %.y & 1 A4*C.
The alleys are open to women and
to men accompanied by women. There
will be a slight fee attached, which
will be less for the women.
Anyone interested in forming a
bowling league is asked to sign on
the bulleting board at the W.A.B.
Tea At Stalker Hall
To Honor Bishop Lee
Bishop Edwin F. Lee of the Meth-
odist Episcopal Church will be the
house guest of Prof. and Mrs. George
E. Carrothers today. Bishop Lee's
area of supervision is the Philippine
Islands and Malaysia.
Tea will be held at Stalker Hall
from 4 to 5 p.m. today and anyone
desiring to meet Bishop Lee is cor-
dially invited to attend. On Nov. 18,
the Bishop will sail for the Orient
to resume his duties.

Triangle, engineer fraternity an-
nounces the initiation of the follow-
ing men. Lloyd G. Berryman, '37,
Allen T. Cole, '37, Walter A. Dennis,
'38, Leonard D. Orr, '39, Edward L.
Sinclair, '37, and Robert W. Steere,


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women's sizes at $35.00.
Other Shagmoors from $29.75 to $75.00



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