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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Central Committee Names Staff Members For '36 Cabaret

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Project's Dates
Are Arranged
For Dec. 4, 5
Both Matinee And Evening
Performances Planned
For 1936 Event
Committees for "The Derby," 1936
Sophomore Cabaret, were announced
yesterday by the central committee.
The Cabaret will be held in the
League both afternoon and evening
of Dec. 4 and 5.
Myrra Short, chairman of the fi-
nance committee, will have the fol-
lowing women to help her: Henrietta
Simpson, Olga Doboss, Jean Harley,
Martha Tillman and Marjorie Tate.
Members of the ticket committee,
headed by Janet Fullenwider, are
Betty St. John, Jeanette Beck, Jean
Bertram, Jean Drake, Mary Louise
MacNeil, Helen Owston, Florence
Rogers and Mary Wickes. Marjorie
Merker is assistant chairman.
Betty Shaffer, chairman of the
hostess committee which this year
will be called the official committee,
will have as assistants: Rebecca Bur-
sley, Barbara Leif, Mary Loughbor-
ough, Betty Salle and Faith Watkins.
The music committee is composed
of Polly Knudson, Margaret McCall,
Mary Rall, Barbara Teal, Florence
Rogers, Mary McCrory, assistant
chairman and Pauline Keb. Mary
Wheat, chairman of the program
committee will be assisted by Eleanor
McCoy and Stephanie Parfet.
The costume committee includes
Eleanor Skiles, chairman, Dorothy
Arnold, Nancy Dall, Mary Lavan,
Jean Lillie, Magna Mountford, Mary
Ral, Jean Rheinfrank, Mary Skin-
ner, Frances Sutherland and Barbara
Weil.
Barbara Talcott will have the fol-
lowing women help her on the dec-.
orations committee: Helen McRae,
Dorothy Barrett, Mary Bell, Doris
Bolton, Margaret Bryant, Phyllis
Carey, Roberta Chissus, Vivienne D'
Arkos, Dorothy Goebel and Jane
Hardy, Jean Harley, Helen Johnson,
Edna Kandelin,' Dorothy Oxtoby,
Dorothy Park, Maxine Peterson,
Nancy Stonington and Julie Upson.
Publicity committee will include
Dorothea Staebler, chairman, Betty
Keenan, assistantchairman, Marian
Smith, Bernice Wismer, Nancy Hul-
wick, Mary Alice Mackenzie and Har-
riet Pomeroy.
The entertainment committee is
composed of Charlotte Poock, chair-
man, Alice Bassett, Marion Baxter,
:,arcia Connell, Gretta Holtz, Mar-
jory Link, Margaret McCall, Zivia
Seltzer, Eleanor Smith, Mary Kath-
erine Adams and Ann Gifford.
All sophomore women who are
transfers must get special permission
from the Dean of Women before they
are eligible for committee work.
All women interested in taking part
in the dancing or singing are asked
to call Charlotte Poock, 2-2543, and
to report at the League at 4 p.m.
today.
HOCKEY MATCH PLANNED
A match with a selected women's
team from Michigan State Normal
College is scheduled for the wom-
en's hockey team at 4:15 p.m. today
on Palmer Field, it was recently an-
nounced by Jean Gourlay, '37, wom-
en's hockey manager.
Following this, the team will play
an all-star team from Ann Arbor
High School next Tuesday.
ANNOUNCES INITIATION
Lambda Chi Alpha announces the
initiation of the following: Donald
W. Schneider, '37, Detroit; Chester
P. Shelly, '37, Jackson; Lawrence I.
McKay, '38, Detroit; Robert , H.
Townsend, '38, Zanesville, Ohio, and
Everett C. Vollin, '38, Detroit.

Only Memphis Deb

Faculty Women First Dorm Dance

Sponsor First
Formal Dance
Terrace Used For Bridge
Tables; Bob Steinle's
Band Featured
The first in the series of formal
dances sponsored by the Faculty
Women's Club was held from 9:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m. last night in the
ballroom of the Union. Bob Steinle
and his band furnished the music for
the occasion.
Dance programs were handed to the
guests at the door, and on the terrace,
bridge tables were set up for those
who preferred to play bridge.
Mrs. L. C. Stuart, chairman of the
dance, in white crepe with a beaded
jacket and a clever neckline, received
the guests. Mrs.. H. H. Riecker wore
an attractive black velvet dress, with
rhinestone trim at the neck and waist,
and Mrs. W. F. Ramsdell, who enter-
tained at dinner before the dance,
chose printed silk, with a flower at the
neck. Mrs. Frederick C. Rogers, who
was a member of the dance commit-
tee, wore black crepe with rhinestone
trim.
Mrs. Willard Olson, in an attractive
royal blue georgette trimmed with

To Catt ror S 3orL,
Informal Dresses
The perplexing problem of what
to wear to the Dorm Dance tomor-
row night has been causing many a
furrowed brow this week Since there
has been no precedent on campus for
this sort of an affair, one guess has
been as good as any other. However,
present indications are that dresses
will be short.
There will probably be sighs of re-
lief at this, for now that new formal
may be saved for the Pan-Hellenic
Ball. The dressier types of silks and
wools will be in order for dancing in
the Intramural Building. A brown
taffeta tunic dress with a full, swishy
skirt and a green ascot at the throat
would be appropriate for this cam-
pus-wide occasion. If, however, your
taste runs to wool, a gray model,
trimmed simply with two rhinestone
clips at the shoulders, would be
equally correct.
It is as inevitable as rain in Ann
Arbor that black will supersede all
other colors in Dorm Dance dresses.
If 'you would be "in the swing," a
full-skirtedublack ornamented with
four slender patent leather bows
would meet all requirements. An-
tic black velvet buttoned down the
front with twinkling rhinestone
circles.
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Elinor Clark, '38, of West
Frankfurt, Ill.

New Coiffures, Hats
Reflect Facial Types
Practical demonstrations of differ-
ent styles of hair dressing to com-
pliment various facial types werer
given by Miss Pauline Kalb, proprie-
tress of Pauline's Beauty Shop, at the
first of a series of "Poise and Per-
sonality" lectures yesterdayin the
League ballroom.
In conjunction with the demon-
stration, Jacobson's shop exhibited a
line of the new season's hats. Three
University women, chosen to illus-
trate different types of facial con-

CoU~, served as models. They were
Eleanor Skiles, '39, Betty Baldwin,
'40, and Ruth Dillman, '40.
After the lecture, Miss Kalb an-
swered individual questions on per-
sonal problems in hair dressing.
The next in this series of lec-
tures, sponsored by the Orientation
Committee, is to be given at 4 p.m.
next Wednesday in the League

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Adaline Heikell, 18, has the dis-
tinction of being the only debu-
tante of the season in Memphis,
Tenn.
Adelia Cheever
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arm. Mrs. Arch Wilson, also a mem-
11fo. l ,ber of the committee, chose black

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Adelia Cheever house will hold a
formal faculty reception on Friday
evening of this week, honoring the
new members of the Board of Gov-
ernors, Mrs. Shirley W. Smith and
Mrs. Clifford Woody.
Owing to a conflict of events on
this date, it is hoped that those
guests of Adelia Cheever who expect
to attend the theatre party and re-
ception for Michigan editors and
jtheir wives will find time to come to
I the dormitory reception either before
or following the other affair.
Those in the receiving line are
to be Mrs. Katherine Parsons, direc-
tor of Adelia Cheever House, Miss
Virginia Banning house president,
Mrs. Shirley Smith and Mrs. Clifford
Woody, who are new members of the
Board, Dean Alice Lloyd and the new
chairman of the Board, Mrs. John
Bradshaw, Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski,
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Miss Jean-
ette Perry will assist in welcoming
the guests in the living room.
Miss Henrietta Scranton, formerly
a director of Adelia Cheever and
Mrs. Ira M. Smith, will be in charge
of the dining room. Those who will
pour in this room will be Mrs. Edson
R. Sunderland, Mrs. Allison Ray
Heaps, Mrs. Clarence Yoakum, Mrs.
Dean Meyers, Mrs. Edward H. Kraus,
Mrs. H. B. Earhart, Miss Alice Crock-
er and Mrs. Charles L. Washburn.
Pouring in the coffee room will be
Mrs. Joseph Markley, Mrs. William
Smeaton and Miss Edith Barnard.
SMARTEST -
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Michigan Theatre Bldg.
Two-Thread Sheer Hose with
Sandal Foot by Dexdale
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Panne Satin Pajamas
in Royal Blue, Turquoise and
Wine Shades
$95

crepe, and Mrs. Theophil Klingman
also chose black, wvith brocade lapels
on the jacket, and a brocade belt.
Volley Ball Tourney
Scores Announced
Play progressed in the third round
of the women's volleyball tournament
yesterday when Alpha Gamma Delta
defeated Alpha Chi Omega 30 to 10,
and Collegiate Sorosis defeated Delta
Gamma 21 to 18.
The members of the victorious Al-
pha Gamma Delta team were Frances
Anderson, '40, Elaine Burgers, '39,
Edith Butler, '39, Margaret Johnson,
'40, Barbara Kanouse, '39, Madeline
Katigan, '40, Pauline Knudson, '39,
Elaine Kohl, '40, Dona Miles, '40, and
Margaret Udell, '40.
The winning Sorosis team was
composed of Janet Allington, '38,
Betty Ann Beebe, '37, Carol Collins,
'39, Marian Donaldson, '37, Patricia
Haff, '39, Jacqueline Kolle, '37, Jean
Lillie, '39, Jane O'Farrall, '37, Vir-
ginia Osterman, '39, Eleanor Skiles,
'39, and Eleanor Wasey, '37.

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