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NOV. 'll5I 1 9O

Trl-ti MiCHUAN DAilly

T~lE MCHIGAN_.IT_

Group To Meet
At International
Dinner Tonight
After Reception Guests
Will Receive Directory
Of Foreign Students
The annual international dinner
will be held at 6:30 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom with a capacity at-
tendance of 380 foreign students and
faculty members, according to Prof.
J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor to for-
eign students and chairman of the
dinner.
The dinner will be preceded by an
informal reception from 6 to 6:30 p.m.
during which those who attend will
receive their complimentary tickets,
and the students will be given an
opportunity to meet faculty members
qnd their wives.
Then the ballroom will be opened
qpd guests will be ushered to their
tables by members of the social com-
nittee of the League and by a com-
Mittee from the Union.
The decorations are always a sur-
prise and depict in an elaborate man-
4er the typical American customs of
the Thanksgiving season. Professor
Nelson and L. L. Loree, local archi-
tect, planned the decoration scheme.
Contrary to custom the program
this year is also to be a surprise, but
it will be informal according to Pro-
fessor Nelson.
Another event of the dinner will
be the appearance of the Interna-
tional Directory which will be given
to every guest. It will include names
of students born in foreign countries,
who have become American citizens,
as well as students still claiming a
foreign country as their home.
Last year there were 63 countries
represented at the dinner, which is
three more than there are in the
League of Nations. The dinner is held
by the University to foster good-will
among the foreign group and to show
these students the ideal celebration
of a typical American Thanksgiving.
O Patrons
For Sophomioie
Cabaret Named
Two Performances To Be
Dec. 4, 5 In League;
Ticket Sale At poor
Patrons and patronesses for "The;
Derby," to be held Dec. 4 and 5 in
the League ballroom, were announced
today by Betty Lyon, assistant gen-
eral of the Sophomore Cabaret.
The list includes Dean and Mrs.
Joseph Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
James Edmondson, Dean and Mrs.
Edward Kraus, Dean and Mrs. Wil-
ber Humphreys, Dean and Mrs. Wal-
ter Reo, Dean Alice Lloyd, President
and Mrs. Charles Sink, Prof. and
Mrs. Earl Moore, Prof. and Mrs. Ross
Bittinger, Prof. and Mrs. Robert An-
gell, Prof. and Mrs. Edward Adams.c
Prof. and Mrs. Phillip Bursley,
Prof. and Mrs. Howard McClusky,t
Prof. and Mrs. Morriss Tilley, Prof.t
and Mrs. Charles Jamison, Prof. and
Mrs. Palmer Christian, Prof. Henry
Anderson, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss
Jeanette Perry and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick.s
The cabaret will be held from 3:30
to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday andj
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday.s
Tickets will be priced at 25 cents per
person, and will be sold at the door.q

ordisk Studentie3
Vorbund Will Meet

Iowa Students Open Silver Shadow Night Club

-- Associated Preis Phoco
Th'i. campus night club, eperated 'y the University of- Iowa at Iowa
City, wa. cpticd with an enthusiastic welcome by the student body.
Except fci' the fact that liquor is not permitted, it is similar to a regular
niglht club.
rs Your Mood' In Choice
Of Gown For Panhellenic Ball

Elect Members,
On Committees
Of League Fair
Margaret Souter Will Act
As General Supervisor
Of Annual Affair
Members of the various committees
for the League Fair to be held in
coniunction with Sophomore Cabaret
Dec. 4 and 5 at the League, were
announced yesterday by Irene Sar-
tor, '38A, general chairman.
Jean Steere, '38A, is chairman of
the decoi ations committee. Members
of her group are Esther Haughey,
'38A, Janet Karlson, '38, Mary Kel-
kenney, '38, Berta Knudson, '38A,
Betty Messenger, '38A, Babette Pot-
ter, '37, Harriet Shackleton, '38, and
Bethany Thomas, '37.
The entertainment committee, of
SwhichJanet Maclvor, '38. is chair-
man, is composed of Gretchen Kan-
ter, '37, Mary Alice Krieger, '38, and
Janet Pike, '38.
Members of the costume committee
are Dorothy Roth, '37A, chairman;
Helen Louise Arner, '38, Hope Best,
'37A, Margaret Guest, '37, Betty Hop-
kins, '38A, and Marjorie Ingram, '38.1
Janet Lambert, '37, is chairman of
the program committee. Assisting her
will be Joan Wentz, '38, Betty Wills,
'37, and Eleanor Wright, '37A.
The ticket committee, of which
Ruth Friedman, '38, is chairman, is
as follows: Ruth Allderige, '38, Mary
Andrew, '37, Miss Aner, Margaret
Curry, '38, Mildred Haas, '38, Jean
Lillie, '39, Harriet Pomeroy, '39, Ruth
Sandusky, '37, Adeline Singleton, '38,
Margaret Souter, '37, Carla Weimar,
'37, Joan Wentz, '38, and Miss Wills.
Members of the finance committee
are Betty Ann Ummel, '38, chairman,
Betty Goutremont, '37, Kathleen
i Larned, '38, and Mildred Sartor, '38.
Betty Fauver, '38, is chairman of the
publicity committee. Assisting her
are Martha Mankey, '38, Mary Helenl
Hurley, '38, Virginia Smith, '37, and
Virginia Van Dyke, '38.
Miss Souter will also act as gen-
eral supervisor for the event. Those
on her committee are Josephine Cay-
anagh, '37, Virginia Eaglesfield; '39,
Mary Elliott, '38, Miss Hankey, Hope
Hartwig, '38, Jean Hatfield, '37, Helen

Approximately 40 women attend-
ed the freshman weenie roast held
yesterday afternoon in the lounge of
the Women's Athletic Building. Cer-
tificates for W.A.A. scarfs, the only
b award given by the association, were
given to those with outstanding par-
ticipation in hockey, tennis, archery,
golf and volleyball.
After the roast, the group gathered
around the fireplace at the end of
the lounge for informal discussion.
Talks were given by Dr. Margaret
Bell, Kate Landrum, '37, president of
the W.A.A. and Helen Harp, '39,
PROF. J. RALEIGH NELSON women's swimming manager, on the
swimming exhibition and plans for
C the proposed women's swimming pool.
W A. A. Board Sally Kenny, '38, was general chair-
W e .'A man of the event and was assisted by
a sub committee consisting of Miss
atif ies Chan e Harp, Barbara Eppstein, '39, Betty
Lyon, '39, Frances Lyon, '40, Jean
Bonisteel, '38, and Lois McLean, '39.
A change in the by-laws of the
constitution of the Women's Athletic SEC RETA
Association was formally ratified yes-
terday afternoon at a meeting of the
W.A.A. board. BU S
I Sectiont7on awards was changed Every Graduate
to state that an M scarf should be
the only award and gave the qualifi-A"Y TS'
cations necessary to obtain a privilegeI-
card necessary to purchase the scarf. William Str
it also gave the different sports clubs
the privilege of having small insignia. Approved by the State Depa
Section 8, dealing with house points
in intramural competition, gave the -_____________------
number of points given to the differ -____ __________
ent houses for individual and team
sport activities and started the limi-
tations.l s a
Plans for the swimming exhibition ow ers a
were discussed and Louise Lockeman,
'37, and Helen Harp, '39, put in charge for THAN
of the preliminaries for the women's
medley relay.
Elizabeth White, '39, Hope Hart-
wig, '38, Lois McLean. '38, and Bar- C r
bara Eppstein, '39, were named mem-
bers of the poster committee. ~ , 1)DA NTTT 1

Banquet Chairman

Gay Flowers And Sequins
Used To Trim Black Net
And CrepeFormals
By JENNY PETERSEN I

is going to be popular this winter,
for it already appears in numeous
models. One of these casts a magic
spell with its billowy skirt and seed
pearl bolero. Another white chiffon
is equally alluring with gold lace

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Panhellenic Bali is not just anoth- appliqued on the bodice. Chiffon is
er dance; it is an occasion. It is an not restricted to white, howeyer, for
occasion that calls for your most one local shop is showing this fabric
bewitching costume. It is a time to in a luscious American Beauty shade.
blossom, Cinderalla-like, into a new The same shop features this rich
woman,-to be mysterious in black color on another lovely formal. It
net, ethereal in white chiffon or reg- is used as trimming on a black net,
al in coronation blue bengaline. outlining a square neckline. It is
also seen around the short, puffy
With a revived interest in black sleeves and on the wide belt. On a
net, many designers have fashioned maroon crepe American Beauty is
enchanting formals. One house again' seen in a velvet banding at
points with pride to a gown whose the bottom of the skirt.
voluminous skirt is embroidered withh Fabrics From Long Ago
gay peasant flowers. Another dress Stiff fabrics like the slipper satin
ofi this sheer fabric is spangled all and bengaline that delighted women
over with glittering sequins. Se- a century ago are coming into their
quins also add a sophisticated note own again. Combining the old and
to many of the insouciant little capes the new in a delightful manner, one
and boleros that accompany gowns gown of bengaline has the up-to-the-
of crepe and velvet. minute tunic silhouette. Cording out-
Chiffon Proves Popular lines the blue tunic and a maroon
The airy; floating quality of chif- sash provides effective color con-
fon gives evening dresses of this ma- trast. The heavy satin is used in
terial a fairy-like femininity, espe- many a dramatic evening dress, un-
cially when combined with seed usual cut being used in place of!
pearls or crystals. This combination trimming. An E. Lib,:rty shop has a
gown of this luxurious fabric in a
1 t'delicious pale green shade the skirt
Gra Studentsfullness of which is concentrated in
the back. The front of the skirt
is absolutely plain.
H ar TaVelvet Still Shown
Although velvet is not as popular
B Rufus Tod y as it was earlier in the fall, it is
still seen. Another Ann Arbor shop
is showing an unusual combination
Prof. Carl Rufus of the astronomy of black velvet and black lace. The
department will be the speaker at the, lace is used in a short, flaring tunic
graduate luncheon to be held at noon which tops the velvet formal. Spark-
today in the Russian Tea Room of ling rhinestone buttons relieve the
the League. This will be the fifth somberness of the all-black.
in the series of weekly meetings. Crepe will never be entirely super-'
Professor Rufus will speak on the seded by new favorites. It does get
subject of "Recent Journeyings in the dressed up, however, with the de-
Orient." He spent his last year's tails common to the new season. Ex-
sabbatical leave in the Orient. Pro- pressive of this season in color and
fessor Rufus is also chairman of the trimming is a coronation blue, inter-
Scholarships,incharge of the Barbour est being focussed on the skirt hem
Scholarships, which are awarded to with its bands of gray and blue vel-
studywomen at the University Orient for vet. The velvet bands also edge thde
All radate Unirsit.

Johnson, '39, Joanne Kimmell '38, Roger W illiams ruild
Angeline Maliszewski, '38, Helen To Hear Peace Talk
Purdy, '38, Marjorie Stebbins, '38,1
Jean Taylor, '37, Mary Louise Wil- In connection with their present
loughby, '37, and Virginia Wyatt, series of programs on the subject of
'37Ed. peace, members of the Roger Williams
The theme of the League Fair is to Guild will hear a talk by David S.
be "The Derby," the theme of the Brown on "The Christian Student's
Cabaret. Rooms on the second floor Responsibility in Peace," at 6 p.m.
will be transformed into different Sunday. Mr. Brown, who is a resi-
atmospheres for the occasion. dent assistant, has graduated from
Wheaton College, Ind.
Robert Small, '38, program chair-
Film Is Sponsored man, has charge of the present series.
The chairman for the evening will
B Y omien's.Cu~s be Frances Burgess, '38.

J

The Ann Arbor branch of the
American Association of University
Women, in connection with the Al-
umnae Club, the Ann Arbor Wom-
an's club and the Smith College al-
umnae will sponsor the showing of
the picture "It Happened at Gin-
ling," at 8 p.m. Dec. 2, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. Dr. Yi Fang
Wu, president of Ginling College
spoke here recently at a supper meet-
ing given by the A.A.U.W.
There will be an informal recep-
tion at 7:30 p.m. in the Ethel Foun-
tain Hussey room in honor of Mrs.
T. D. Macmillan of New York, who
will annotate the film. Mrs. Mac-
millan is one of the founders of
Ginling College.
The picture, which will portray
the life of a student in the Chinese
women's college, should be of interest
to those who heard Dr. Yi-Fang Wu
speak.
There will be no charge of ad-
mission and invitations have been
sent out for the show. Dean Alice C.
Lloyd is to be in charge.

L

Look
Your
Best .
on
Thanksgiving Day
THE

Groomwell
BEAUTY SHOPS
1205 . University - Dial 4818
615 E. Liberty - Dial 3773

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tilgau w s enus are weicome
at the luncheon, according to Miss
Jeanette Perry, assistant to the dean
of women, who is in charge. About,
35 students are expected to attend.
The speaker for last week was Prof.
Louis A. Strauss of the English de-
partment, whose subject was on

The newly organized Spandinavian "community of Sclarship-" The
Club, to be known as the Nordisk name of the speaker for next week's
Studentic Vorbund, will hold its in- luncheon has not yet been announced.
augural meeting at 7:30 p.m. Fri-
day, Nov. 27, in Room 316 at the T anksgiving Dance
Union.
Miss Mabel Engstrom of Michigan To Be Held Tonight
City, Ind., librarian of the Swedish 3
American Motor Ship Company will A Harvest Dance will be held to-
give an illustrated lecture on some night in the Union Ballroom. It is
of the Scandinavian countries. Miss 1to be an informal affair starting at
Engstrom is said to have some un- 9:30 p.m. and lasting till 1 a.m.
usually beautiful moving picture The decorations will follow a
films in color of Norway, Sweden and Thanksgiving theme with pumpkins,
Denmark. Miss Odina B. Olson, of cornstalks and harvest moons. Music
the University High School, will sing will be furnished by Bob Steinle's
several Norwegian and Swedish songs band. The Union officials have an-
in costume. nounced that no advance in admis-
sion price will be charged for the
GAMMA PHI BETA dance. A large crowd is expected to
Gamma Phi Beta announces the celebrate their Thanksgiving eve at
pledging of Mary Elizabeth James, this dance, according to Herbert B.
'38, of Upper Montclair, N. J. Wolf, president of the Union.
,....A

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Frances Alpert Wins
Tennis Title Ih Finals
Frances Alpert, '37Ed., won the
singles of the women's fall tennis
tournament when she was victorious
over Merida Hobart, '38, by the score
of 6-3, 7-5. The match was one of
the closest played yet this season
and is the first time that Miss Hobart
has been defeated while on campus.
Miss Alpert was victorious over
Helen Soos, '38, by the score of 6-3,
6-1, in the semi-finals

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Jewelry and
Watch Repairing
HALLER'S Jewelry
State at Liberty

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Thanksgiving
Your Thanksgiving dinner
will be more complete with
Double Kay Nuts. Toasted in
creamery butter, piping hot
and crisp, they have a new,
delightful flavor-so different
from ordinary salted nuts
merely cooked in oil.
Thanksgiving Specials
Royal De Luxe
Mixed Nuts....79c lb.
Giant Cashews .69c lb.
Fancy Ideal Mixed
Nuts l1b. 15c 1lb. 59c
Mogul Peanuts 29t Ib.
Surprise Your hostess With
A Beauty Gift Box of ,
Extra Fancy Nuts--$1.00

'The cUp ogue
Invites You!
Christmas is near and you will

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