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October 15, 1937 - Image 5

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FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 19207

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Elect Chairman Prof. P. Slosson To Give
Talk To AAUW Today
Of PanhelleniC evTe first in a series of current
eventlectures by Prof. Preston W.
5losson will be given at 3 p.m. today
__________tinthe Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
according to Mrs. A. F. Shull, pub-
licity chairman of the American As-
Sub-Committee Chairmen sociation of University Women, which
N ow I sponsors the series.
'I o Be Named Tomorrow,
The lectures, which proved to be
Says Miss Shackleton I extremely popular last year, Mrs.
Shull said, will be given each month
Helen Jean Dean, '39, was elected ;until April.
general chairman of Panhellenic Ban- !_ --
quet, to be held at 6:15 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 25, in the League Ballroom, at a Hoard Of Directors
special meeting of Panhellenic As- .
sociation held yesterday. For Alumnae GroupI
A member of Gamma Phi Beta sor- T
ority, Miss Dean is a member of the il Meet Today
League merit system committee, a
transfer Orientation adviser, and a The members of the Board of Di-
member of the Daily business staff. e
The names of committee heads for rectors for the Alumnae Council will
the banquet, will be announced to- hold a luncheon-meeting at 12:301
morrow, according to Harriet Shack- p.m. today in the Mary B. Hender-
le-ton, '38, president of Panhellenic' of the League, according
Association. to Mrs. Lucille *B. Conger, executive-
Two Panhellenic scholarships secretary of all alumnae from the
which were awarded by the group last University.
spring to Barbara Bradfield, '38, and This will be the regular fall meet-
Bernice Cohen, '39, will be formally ing of the board. Two others will be
presented and acknowledged at the held, one in mid-year and the other
banquet. The scholarships were in June.
created last year and will be given A special meeting of the Alumnae,
every year to one sorority woman and Council will be held at 10 a.m. to-
one independent woman, outstanding morrow in the Mary B. Henderson,
in academic work and extra-curricu- Room of the League, Mrs. Conger
lar activities. Also to be presented at said. A luncheon is to be held after
the affair, are the sorority scholarship the meeting.
cup and activities cup. Representatives from at least 20
The names of the judges for the of the organized alumnae groups
sorority Homecoming decorations throughout the country will attend
competition were announced by Miss this meeting to decide upon the proj-
Shackleton at last night's meeting. ects to be taken up by the alumnae
They are Frank Oakes, of Burr, Pat- organization during the next ten
terson and Auld Co., Bud Lundahl,,ognztnduighe ex tn,
'38,epresientAdo., Bud Luarnahlyears. Those projects under consid-
'38, president of Interfrater ity eration include scholarships, fellow-
Council, Hugh Rader, '38, president ships, a women's swimming pool, a
of the Men's Council and Miss Shack- dormitory for women and a women's
leton. The sorority With the m ost co-operative house, Mrs. Conger ex-
originsl and generally effective dec- plained.
orations will be given. a silver cup. She added that the Alumnae Coun- 1
cil usually meets twice every year, buti
RDING TRY- OUTS TODAY that this is to be a special meeting
Second try,.'outs for the Crop and I to decide upon the Ten Year Project{
Saddle Club will be held at 4 p.m. in I for which a discussion of ideas was
Barbour Gymnasium. I held last Saturday in Cleveland.

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More than 35 fratern
ing dances for homecom
~ -...Acacia fraternity isY
formal dance from 9 p.
tomorrow. Chaperons
Price and Mr. and Mrs.
ner of Ann Arbor.
Alpha Omega is h
dance. The chaperons,
Mrs .Joseph Gruber,a
ham Cohn of Detroit.
Alpha Chi Sigma w
formal dance tonight.C
be Prof. H. Powers, an
Paterski. Alpha Kapr
hold an informal da
night. Chaperons will b
Homer Stryker, and
Robert Shaw.
Alpha Kappa L
Alpha Kappa Lamb
dance tomorrow night.
be Mr. and Mrs. Ed
roughs, and Mr. an
Alpha Psi is having
party tomorrow night
supper and dance. Ch
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ba
and Mrs. Curry.
Alpha Rho Chi wi
dance and supper afte
* morrow. The chapero
and Mrs. M. McConkey
hMrs.George B. Brigha
Alpha Sigma Phi w
D r essyheabuffet supper and d
YThechaperons are Mr
1211 W e r McLoud and Mr. and N
For a earof Dearborn, Mich.
Alpha Tau Omega w
formal open dance t
Blouses this fall, besides retaining The chaperons will be
their popular comfort and wearabil- Emmons and Mr. and
ity, have a new and very feminine Wikel. a
flattery. Both the draped and tail- e T a
ored silhouettes are reflected in blouse Beta Theta Pi To
styles. Beta Theta Pi is ho
Dressier blouses gain distinction by formal tonight. The
their graceful drapery, rich colors and be Mr. and Mis. Sh
luxurious materials. The "twister" Grand Rapids, and
blouse gathers material around an Mark Wilson of AnnI
oval space at the base of the throat. is having an informa
One style is shirred down the front row night. The chape
and up the sleeves; another is shirred and Mrs. Robert Cars
on either side of a front zipper. The Mrs. L. W. Kindred.
collar of an especially interesting Delta Tau Delta wi
blouse twists down the front and buffet supper from 4:3
goes around the waist to tie in back. row. The chaperons
A blouse with a bright paisley print and Mrs. W. W. Gilb
has a smocked neckline and long, and Mrs. R. E. Hardy
full raglan sleeves. Pi will hold a closed
Classical Shirtwaist Shown morrow night. Mr.a

rernities To Celebrate
Iomecoming Week-E nd
Expected; formal dance from 9 p.m. to midnight,
tomorrow. Phi Alpha Kappa is hold-
ices, Teas ing an informal party from 9 p.m. to
'arties midnight tomorrow. The chaperons
_ will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buist and
iities are hold- Mr. Clarene Kooistra.
ring week-end. Fraternity Has Radio Dance
holding an in- Phi Beta Delta is having an infor-
m. to midnight mal radio dance tomorrow night. The
are G. Russell chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Herbert Wag- Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Richmond. Phi Chi will hold a buf-
aving a radio fet supper and dance tomorrow night.
will be Dr. and The chaperons are Dr. and Mrs.
and Dr. Abra- Spencer Wager, Dr. and Mrs. M. E.
Gump and Dr. and Mrs. Laurence E.
ill hold an in- Everst.
Chaperons will Phi Delta Epsilon will hold a dance
d Dr. Raymond from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
pa Kappa will Chaperons will be. Dr. and Mrs. Teit
nce tomorrow tleman and Dr. and Mrs. Bloom. Phi
e Dr. and Mrs. Kappa Sigma will hold an informal
Dr. and Mrs. dance from 9 to midnight tomorrow.
Chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. Maur-
ambda ice R. McGarvey, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
da will hold a liam Angell, Mr. and Mrs. William
Chaperons will Souper, Mr. and Mrs. John Benjamin,
ward T. Bur- and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Patch.
d Mrs. Clark Phi Kappa Tau is holding an in-
formal homecoming party tomorrow
a homecoming night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heller and
with a buffet Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mann are to chap-
aperons will be eron. Phi Rho Sigma is holding an
ardon, and Mr. informal dance tomorrow night. The
chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. J. F.
ill have a tea Tolan and Dr. and Mrs. John Shel-
r the game to- don.
ns will be Prof. Sigma Kappa To Have Formal
y and Prof. and Phi Sigma Kappa will hold a closed
m. formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
ill entertain at Creal and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
ance tomorrow. Strangways, all of Ann Arbor, will
and Mrs. L. B. chaperon. They are also giving a
Mrs. E. Schmidt radio dance. Mr. and Mrs. Robley
C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
mill have an in- Creal will be chaperons.
omorrow night. Pi Lambda Phi is holding a pledge
Prof. Walter J. formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
[Mrs. Leslie A. Bothman and Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Mathews will chaperon. Sigma Chi
Entertain will hold an informal dance tonight.
iding its pledge The chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
chaperons will Lewis Hraham and Mr. and Mrs.
lby Schttrtz of Walter Scoville.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigma Phi Epsilon will hold open
Arbor. Chi Psi house tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. for
l dance tomor- all homecoming guests. The chaper-
rons will be Mr. ons will jbe Mr. and Mrs. William A.
on and Mr. and MacDonough and Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Whitsit, all from Detroit.
ll give a closed Informal Dance To Be Given
0 to 7:30 tomor- Triangle fraternity will hold an in-
will be Prof. formal dance tomorrow night. Chap-
bert and Major erons will be Prof. and Mrs. M. B.
. Delta Sigma Eichelberger, Lt .and Mrs. B. R. Wim-
radio dance to- er and Prof. and Mrs. E. I. Ash. Tri-
and Mrs. Frank gon fraternity will hold an informal
d Mr. and Mrs. radio dance tomorrow night. Chaper-
chaperon. Her- ons will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cool-
informal dance idge of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs.
ons will be Mr. George Lawton, also of Detroit.
ier and Mr. and Theta Chi will hold an open dance
tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Planned Legg and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cha-
having a radio vanelle will be the chaperons. Theta
. Chaperons will Xi fraternity will hold an informal
lter E. Lay, Mr. dance tomorrow night. Chaperons
A. DeGraff, and will be Mr. and Mrs. James W. Free-
Ahn of Detroit. man and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weir.
a radio dance Xi Psi Phi will hold an informal
e chaperons will dance tomorrow night. The chaper-
muel Goudsmit ons will be Dr. and Mrs. Faust and
en Kessel. Dr. and Mrs. Roland Nissle.

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The classical simplicity of shirt-
waist blouses is emphasized by fine
tucks down the front and by rows of
stitching. Tailored silk blouses are
sometimes accented by lace trimming
and small pearl or jewel buttons.
For your casual tweed suit, a
stitched blouse of tan rabbit's hair
with two pairs of diagonal pockets is
ideal. Jersey blouses in soft warm
colors are a practical insurance
against the winds of winter. A very
clever inspiration is the tailored
blouse of genuine chamois suede. The
suede is pliable and comfortable as
well as very warm. It comes with a
matching calot.
Vests Complete Suits
Vests, to be worn as a substitute
for blouses under a suit, will prove a
boon to the practical college woman.j
There are many attractive styles, one
of which is illustrated above.
"Sissy" blouses are the newest style
to catch the feminine eye. Their full-
ness is gathered at the waist by a
drawstring. In jersey, wool, silk or
satin, they slenderize the waistline
with a subtle flattery all their own.
Cabaret Petitioning
WiI Close Today
Petitioning for all positions, both
chairmanship of and membership in
committees. for Sophomore Cabaret
will continue today in the Undergrad-
mate Office of the League, Angelene
Maliszewski, '38* head of Judiciary
Council, announced yesterday.
Interviewing will be from 3 to 6 p.m.
Monday and from 4 to 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Undergraduate Office.
Only those sophomores interested in
the general chairmanship or in chair-
manships of committees need to be
interviewed, Miss Maliszewski said.
She stressed the fact that everyone
must petition today in order to hold
any position for the Sophomore Cab-
The dates for the presentation of
the Sophomore Cabaret are Dec. 3
and 4.
Tickets are now on sale at the
desk of the Union for the Union For-
mal, Oct. 22.
IN I. 1 1 1_

Brown of Detroit, an
Samuel Fielden will
mitage is holding an
tonight. The chaper
and Mrs. Norman Ma
Mrs. Peter Kelley.
Radio PartyI
Kappa Delta Rho is
dance tomorrow night
be Prof. and Mrs. Wa
and Mrs. Benjamin P
Mr. and Mrs. George
Kappa Nu is holding
tomorrow night. Th(
be Dr. and Mrs. Sa
and Mr. and Mrs. B
Kappa Sigma is ho:
pledge formal tonight
will be Prof. and Mr,
and Mr. and Mrs. T.
Detroit. Lambda Ch
ing an informal danc
'midnight tomorrow.
will be Mr. and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Wi
The Lawyers Club

)ding its annual
The chaperons
s. F. N. Menefee
0 . Jacobson of
i Alpha is hav-
e from 9 p.m. to
The chaperons
William Gilbert
liam Steere.
will hold an in-

Women will be called for at 3
p.m. Sunday for pledging by sor-
orities, according to Harriet
Shackleton, '38, president of Pan-
hellenic Association. Silence pe-
riod will end at that time.

"Fern mE

AN exquisite formal gown, of
Mainbocher inspirat;on.
Gleaming black Gros de Lon-
dres taffeta . . , full bosom
marked with black velvet band-
;ng and bows . . . stitched-in
corselette . . . fullness starting
low on hips, spreading into the
skirts which charmingly flicks
out as you dance.
The brief square jacket fastens
high at the throat with huge
black velvet buttons.


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