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SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1G30

_ E MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN I)AILY

Panhellenic Ball
Attracts Crowd'
Of 400_Couples

Belted Dress Coats Boast Standing Fur Collars

Four Couples
Are Married
Thanksgiving

Newest Hat Trends Yuletide Spirit
Feature Pompoms, Will Be Theme
Quills, Small Veils

Women At Annual
Misplay Unusual
Of ManyColors

Dance!
Gowns

Alice E. Morgan Ma
Wayne Toland;:Co

irries
u -le

The first mid-season hats have ar-
rived on the scene in a flurry of
novelty. There are twists of fabric
that look as though they had been

More than 400 sorority women andj
their guests attended the Panhellenic
Ball last night in the League. The
dimly-lighted ballroom made a per-
fect background for the many dis-
tinctive gowns chosen by the affiliat-
ed women who attended the brilliant
affair.
Dressed in a coronation blue French
organza, Betty King, '37, chairman
of the ball, led the grand march with
Robert Baxley, '38E. Miss King's1
gown featured a full skirt with a
band of dubonnet velvet around the
bottom, and a matching jeweled wrist
watch corsage completed the cos-
tume.I
Tailored Gowns Worn
Dorothy Shutt, '37, wore a tailored
formal in blue satin. She attended
the ball with Robert Trimby, '38M.
Another committee member leading
the grand march was Ruth Fried-
man, '38, who had as her guest David
Kohn, '38. Miss Friedman chose a
brown net and velvet with gold ac-
cessories. Fred Buesser, '37, was
the guest of Betty Ronal, '38, who
was charming in turquoise satin.
A silver lame, with a simple V-neck
was worn by Betty Whitney, '38, who
had as her escort Bruce Telfer, '38.
Kathryn Loomis, '38, looked lovely
in a Juliet cap of gold moire which
matched her formal cut in the bouf-
fant style. Charles French, of De-
troit, was her guest. A wine velvet
trim distinguished the silver lame of
xPriscilla Smith, '38, who attended
with Edward Wells of Grand Rapids.
Blue Is Favorite Color
Betty Anne Beebe, '37, president
of the Panhellenic Association, was
present with Edward ,D'Aprix, '38'
Miss Beebe chose a blue metallic
gown. Gretchen Kanter, '37, was also
seen in the grand march as were.
Hope Hartwig, '38, general chairman
of J.G.P. and her guest, Rodger Long- j
ley, '38E. Miss Hartwig's formal was
of gold-colored net.
A brocaded top set off the blackI
velvet chosen by Jean Hatfield, '37,
who attended with Bob Swett of Chi-
cago. Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, was
stunning in a tunic gown of black
satin trimmed with a band of black
maribou. She had as her escort Har-
old Klute, '37L. Attending with
Wemmer Gooding, '39L, Jane O'Fer-'
rall, '37, appeared in a slipper satin
of turquoise blue.
Jacqueline Kolle, '37, was seen in
gold satin. She had as her guest Ed
Adams, '37. Black taffeta with a
short-sleeved jacket was chosen by(

payne To1~inb E~c~E ~ runl1 hrough pty tube, sugar ea n' ...1 0 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays and
': k"aPlan To Live Here scoop brims and turbans with a rich In Union Ballroom Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thurs-
mysterious Oriental flavor. Shiny ----- days. Those who have not yet re-
Jane Brucker, '36, of Mansfield, quills, little veils and shaggy pom- Plans for the decorations for Soph ported may do so this week by call-
0. was married Wednesday. to James poms are also seen. .Prom which will be held Friday, Dec. ing Miss Odell at 7117, or by going
L.. Eberly, '35, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. Hats follow costume colors n many 11, in the Union ballroom, have been to the rifle range at the above hours.
S. Eberly of Three Rivers. Thebride anstances. Light blues.includmag , .
Sre orly ofThree ivers. sThedbride itrus. Lihtgr blue idncludind announced by Bunty Bain, '39, chair- Activities this year include intra-
Yoke and turned-over collar, her veil with the coronation are very popular. Miss Bain announced that the entire with the R.O.T.C., and inter-
falling from a starched lace cap. The favorite media are felts and ss wouldnneucaed ot n nre schtc matc .. b n 40tco-
Mrs. Eberly was president of Delta velvet. However, a cire taupe that shem would be carried out in rela- scholastic matches between 40 col-
Mr.EelkaspeietofDlavle. oeeacietueta tion to the Christmas season. leges and universities.
Delta Delta in 1935 and was promi- glistens like anthracite coal, and a:
nent in campus activities. Mr. Eberly Rodier rag carpet woolen are also ..The Union will be transformed Major Kelley of the R.O.T.C. will
was a J-hop committeeman in 1934 widely used. 1 with silver Christmas trees. Two of be at the range on Mondays and
and was affiliated with Alpha Tau The French financial situation these trees will be placed at the en- Tuesdays to coach, and all begin-
Omega.- shows itself in the new millinery. trance to the ballroom, two by the ners are urged to turn out. No
Gibson Is Bride * Gold chains and bangles trim orchestra and two by the alcove. De- charge is made for shooting, and the
Carola Gibson, '35, daughter of "Hoarding" hats, and brimmed felt signs in blue and silver and Christmas guns, targets and ammuniation are
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Gibson of Kal- shapes have miser pouch crowns. lights will also be used as a part of furnished.
amazco and Donald Floyd Moore, These can be folded down flat for the decoration scheme.
38M, son of Prof. and Mrs. Floyd packing. Behind the orchestra there will be
Moore, also of Kalamazoo, were mar- Ostrich feathers in several shades 1cvcral holly wreaths, according toPersoI"J Speaer
ied in the League Chapel, Thanks-, held flat and worked as if they were Miss Bain. The fireplaces will be To Discuss Mak .Up
giving afternoon, fabric, with perhaps one plume fall- covered with boughs and Christmas
Miss Gibson was a member of ThetaI ing down at the side, make stunning lghts. At various spots on the dance The next in the series of Personal-
Sigma Phi, journalism sorority and hats. Unusual effects are also ef- floor will hang the traditional mistle- ity Lectures will be given at 4 p.m.
Kappa Tau Alpha, honorary journal- fected in fur. One chic model is toe. Wednesday in the League. Make-up
ism fraternity. Mr. Moore is also a fashioned into a peak with the skins At the entrance to the dance a will be the subject of the talk, which
member of Theta Kappa Psi. applied vertically. These were tacked jolly Santa Claus will distribute the
get,:' .Miss Alice Elizabeth Morgan, '35 will be liven by a representative of
on one side just below the point, programs. His other duties have not
This coat is snugly belted, preserving the silhouette line from waist daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick g a one-eared bunny effect. yet been determined, Miss Bain said.rbara GoldCo.
to hem. In contrast is the treatment of the sleeves and. the collar. Full Charles Morgan of Grosse Pointe, was Many felt hats are fur-trimmed. Per- Miss Bain is being assisted with these lectures have been given this
il e r en h w hs yabu hy aefte no a bn t married Thanksgiving Day to Wayne M n eth t r.u-rm e ,P r M s an i en sitdw t h
seves are being shown this year, but they are fitted into a band at are Tan sian lamb, kolinsky and mink being decorations by Robert Morgan, '39, fall in order to help freshmen women
the wCist. The huge flaring collar is an interesting note, and necessitates Garleton Toland, Ae. most effective on fabric. An amusing and Bennett Root, '39. acquire poise and personality. Other
the wearing of a small hat. MrTadaso of Chlnda T touch to your wardrobe would be to Barney Rapp and his New Eng- lectures in the series will be given by
Mr. T_and, son of Chales W. To-_match your hat trimming with your landers will play for the prom which Mrs. Daniel Reed, who will discuss
land of Lansing and Mrs. Under- fur coat. will be given from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. clothes, and Prof. Gail E. Densmore
wood Toland of Battle Creek, was a Mary Queen of Scots is responsible Late permission of 2:30 p.m. has who will speak on the subject of
PicketFences Jockember of Delta Sigma Pi fraternity for a black toque that thrusts for- been granted by the dean's office to voices.
Hewas attended by James Salisbury ward in the front in prow lines, all women who attend.
of Kalamazoo as best man, and Rob- There are tiny blue ribbons in a The Soph Prom is the first class
oTIsfiormiLeague BallrooM ert Morgan, '39E.
Miss Morgan was affiliated with bow-knot at the back. The Pilgrims dance of the year. Profits from
Mi M a a fid tb k at a T Pg s n o h e Pm-- -Delta Gamma sorority. She was at- influence another new hat that has this dance will be donated to the PEAL ?
Sophomore Cabaret Will a stable boy in a solo number. tended by Nan Diebel of Detroit as a flat brim and cone crown. This doim fund. Tickets, which are priced
.b W Charmingly dressed "spectators,"I maid of honor, and Sally Stapleton severe type of hat is very good with at $2.50, are now on sale to mem-
Feature Chorus Of SIX in good looking sport clothes, each and Margaret Smith of Detroit. All mannish street suits. bers of the sophomore class until
Horses In Floor Show equipped with a pair of binoculars, are graduates of the University and Tuesday.
HossI lo hw eupe ihapi fbnclr, members of Delta Gamma sorority. _______________-__ - PERM NENT
will sing the theme song, "Derby I Mr. and Mrs. Toland will live at -haperons will be Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
y're o The racing sopho Day," which was composed by Bar- 620 Parkview Drive, Detroit. C HAPTER OUSEchiller and Dr. and Mrs. R. L.0
more women are on the last lap of bara Heath, '39, general chairman. A wedding of interest took place Kahn The music will be furnished
transforming the League ballroom A quartet, ready for the occasion in Wednesday afternoon at the home of ACTIVITY NOTES by Bill Sawyer's orchestraaccording
into a racetrack for Derby Day which riding clothes, will sing some 'num- Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Rentschler of Ito Harold Reese, '37M, social chair-
will be held Dec. 4 and 5. b ers specially written for the Derby An ro hnthi agtr C-- ---- ma
A hedr hughrsose ,by Laurabelle Godlove, '39, music tan, I rbecame the bride Activities of the sororities and Phi Sigma Sigma
chairman. C ol m Hfraternities for the current week-end Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
wil b hng bstoin godluk'Cold water. incueaseg
will be hung, bestowing good luck The racing atmosphere will be Bride Wears Satiinclude a sleigh ride, a tea dance and recent initiation of Beatrice Guiness, BEAUTY SHOP
upon those who will attend Derby heightened by the colored red, blue bride wears epi ma formal dance. Initiations were re- '38, Brooklyn, Mass., and Helen Rose,
Day. Tickets for dancing will be green and yellow jockey caps, which T cently held in two chapter houses. '39, Kalamazoo. LIBERTY and STATE
antique ivory satin damask with blue '
sold at the four booking windows the sophomore women who will be and gold costume jewelry accentuat- - Chi Omega Zeta Tau Alpha Teeh- 5861
across from the entrance. On either acting as officials will wear. The ing the gown. Mr. McCort is a Chi Omega announces the initia- Zeta Tau Alpha will hold an open
acossd ro th e etrace. Onih eithe caps will be made according to regu- member of Kappa Sigma. His bride tion of Helen Cayia, '38. Manistique; tea dance 3 to 5 p.m. today.
side of y a track wickwl e lation, and the officials will wear is affiliated with Alpha Gamma Delta. Elizabeth St. John, '39, Detroit; Vera -__-
marked off by a white picket fence, short dresses which will be in keeping Margaret Louise Schmidt was mar- Gray, '39, Detroit; Elizabeth Mullin,
will e murals of bucking and rear- with the informality of the affair. ried to James McKee Reed Thanks- '39, Toledo, 0., and Margaret Bent-
ing ssteeds, ec rigt ud h
other in their twisting and leaping. giving day. Miss Schmidt is the ley, '38, Detroit.
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Kappa Nu
play from the judges stand, under nSchmidt of Ann Arbor. Mr. Reed is Kappa Nu fraternity will hold a
plgy fomte udgesnstydne enrenthe son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbs sleigh ride and dance tonight, ac-
and, white to match the stands. iof Detroit. cording to Morton Jacobs, '38. Chap-
Miss Alice Ruth Schmidt, the' erons for the dance will be Rabbi
Outside in the hall a thorough- Theatres: Majestic: "Tarzan Es- bride's sister, was the maid of honor. and Mrs. Bernard Heller and Mr. and
bred race horse, completely saddled capes," with Johnnie Weismuller, The best man was Orlando W. Steph- Mrs. Samuel Bethman.
and bridled, quizically regards a cow- Michigan "Swing Time," with Gin- enson, Jr., '37E. Phi Delta Epsilon
boy, dressed in full regalia of the ger Rogers, Fred Astaire; Orpheum, -ieaEs-
old west. At the Derby will be de- "White Fang," "Timothy's Quest"; , DANCE CLUB Phi Delta Epsilon is holding a
picted the crowd looking over the Wuerth, "China Clipper," with Pat Members of the modern Dance Club cosed formal dance tonight. The
fence at the race. The jockey, O'Brien, Ross Alexander; "Come will meet at 1:30 p.m. today in the
d d i i n i h t l i nC o s r w t,,_ ._ _

Harriet Shackleton, '38. Grafton
Sharp, '37L, was her escort.
Unusual Fabrics Seen
Dancing to the music of Anson
Weeks and his orchestra, Maryanna
Chockley, '37, chairman of the ju-
diciary Council, and her guest, Carl-I
ton Nelson, '37E, seemed to be hav-
ing a good time. Miss Chockley was
wearing a turquoise slipper satin, cut
on empire lines. Beside them were
Mary Margaret Campbell, '37A, and
Richard Dennis, '37A. Red marqui-
sette was the choice of Miss Camp-
bell.
Virginia Jackson, '38, and Al Little
of Detroit, her guest, were admiring
the huge Panhellenic seal in gold on
black which was placed just above
the orchestra. With them were Nancy
Cassidy, °38, with James Talcott, '37,
and Virginia Letts, '40, with Carl
Fisher. Florence Midworth, '38, and
Bud Wyman, '38E, were seen entering
the ballroom with Marion Stomler,
'39, and Grant Barnes, '37.
VOLLEYBALL SEM1I-FINALS
Playing of the semi-finals in the B
class volleyball tournament con-
tinued yesterday when Martha Cook
defeated Alpha Gamma Delta 33 to
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smart riding clothes, unsuspectingly with Joan Bennett, Joel McCrea; arrangements have not been definite-
feeding a plant to a sleek hungry "Satan Met a Lady," with Bette Davis, ly made, the program has been
horse. Warren William. planned for Dec. 12, according to
evening Uncing: Chubb's, Michig-Inn and Beatrice Lovejoy, '38, manager of the
During the afternoon and hne. lb
a< gala floor show will be put on. A
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