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October 22, 1937 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-10-22

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Committeemen Announce Guests For Union Formal.


Virginia I. Letts
Is To Be Guest
Of Richard Fox
Jane Mougey Will Attend
With James Hollinshead;-
Bob Steinle Will Play,
Guests of the 'committee for the
Union Formal, to be held from ? P.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the Union Ball-
room were announced yesterdlay.
Richard Fox, '39A, chairman of the
dance will have as his guest Virginia;
I. Letts, of Detroit. Jane Mougey, '39,
will attend with James Hollinshead,I
'39, co-chairman. Mary Margaretj
Thomas, '40, will be the guest of John
Thom, '38, president of the Union.
Frederick Geib, '38F&C, secre-
tary-treasurer of the Union will have
as his guest Kathryn Powell, and
Frances Bourke, '41, will attend the
dance with Carvel Shaw, '39, of the
ticket committee. Horace Gilmore,
'39SM and Frederick Luebke, '39E,
both of the publicity committee, will,
have as their respective guests, Ann
Stannard, '41, and Elizabeth Dean of
Albion College.
Donald Van Loon, '39E, also of
the publicity committee, will attend
with Suzanne Stevenson, '40. Eliza-
beth Clark, '41, will be the guest of
Raymond Downs, '39E, of the ball-
room committee. Roberta Chissus,
'39, and Ann Vicary, '40, will be the
guests of John Parker, '39E, and Paul
Brickley, '39, both of the patron com-
mittee. Donald Belden, '39E, also
of the ticket committee, will have as
his guest Marilyn Johnson of Mich-
igan State College.
Bob Steinle's orchestra will play
for the dance. The floor show, to be
given at 10:30 p.m. will feature the
well-known xylophonist, William El
Cota, Miss Mollie Martin, dancer and
Jack Gregory's company of jugglers.
Supper will be served to all attend-
ing at 11:30 p.m.
New Compacts
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New Accessories Lend Striking Note
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Visit By Expert
On Appearance
is Aunouniced
Freshmen Will Be Given
Special Consideration Byl
Miss Elizabeth Osborne
Miss Elizabeth MacDonald Os-
borne, consultant in appearance, will
pay a visit to the University of Mich-
igan from Monday, Oct. 25 to Friday,
Oct. 29 as a guest of Martha Cook
Dormitory, according to Margaret
Ferries, '38, chairman of the orien-
tation committee of the League.
During her stay, which is being
sponsored by the orientation com-
mittee of the League, Miss Osborne
will be entertained at dinner in the
various dormitories, following which
she will talk to the women on poise,
personality, character, culture, pos-
ture and similar subjects.
An opportunity will be given to
women living in League houses to
meet Miss Osborne and hear her
speak, Miss Ferries stated. This
meeting will be held some afternoon
in the League, the exact time and
place to be announced later.
Miss Osborne will devote theerest of
her time to half-hour conferences
with groups of eight or 10 women,
Miss Ferries said. Arrangements for
appointments will be made later.
These conferences are especially for
freshman women. Sophomores and
upperclassmen will not be admitted
until all freshmen have been taken
care of, according to Miss Ferries.
This will be Miss Osborne's first
visit to the University. For the past
five years, she has been working in the
East, in both women's and co-educa-
tional schools.
Chi Omega will give a hay ride
tomorrow for their pledges, Elizabeth
Mullin, '39, announced. The hay ride,
which is scheduled for 3 p.m., will be
followed by a picnic supper.

Undergraduate Tea
To Be Given Today
In.League Ballroom
The first unndargradAnte tean of the

married to Joseph Jackson, son of; Kingswood, Bloomfield Hills, an-
season will be given for all women Mrs. Joseph Jackson of Simcoe, Ont., nounced Mary Richardson, '40, man-
from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the League
Ballroom, announced Betty Gatward, TWednesday theFistaer of hokeywill be played with th
'38, League social chairman. Prsyter Cs affiliated with Theta University of Toledo. The University
The tea is under the direction of Miss Lauer is ai of Michigan team is a member of the
Barbara Heath, '39. who is in charge Sigma Phi, nationalhhonorary jour- American Field Hockey Association
enalistic sorority. She was amem- is therefore entitled to play at
of all undergraduate teas. The entire ber of the Daily staff, president-elect Ithis field day, explained Miss Rich-
social committee will act as hostesses. of Helen Newberry residence and a ardson.
This is the first League event which member of Assembly Board. A bus has been chartered and all
freshmen women have attended. How- Mr. Jackson attended the Univer- j spectators who wish to attend the
ever all women, both affiliated and sity of Toronto where he is affiliated ( match may make reservations at tie
independent, are invited. with Alpha Delta Phi. Women's Athletic Building. It will
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra leave at 1:15 p.m. and return in time
will play and tables will be placed for dinner. The price is $1.25 round
around the ballroom. Charlotte Poock, House Athletic Managers trip.
'39, is in charge of the door com- Entertained At Luncheon
mittee and Virginia Eaglesfield, '38, REHEARSALS TO BE HELD
committee secretary, will check in the The house athletic managers of
members of organizations at the door. sororities, dormitories and league Rehearsal for Children's Play will
The first Ruthven tea, will be given house zones were entertained yester- be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the
Nov. 4, Stephanie Parfet, '39, who is day at a luncheon at the Women's rehearsal room of the League, ac-
in charge of these functions, an- Athletic Building by Dr. Margaret cording to Ruth Friedman, chair-
nounced. Giving these semi-monthly Bell, director of physical education for man of the Theatre-Arts committee.
teas is another important duty of women, according to Ruth Hartmann, All those interested are invited to. at-
the social committee. '39, W.A.A. intramural manager. tend.
- - - - - - - - -

Elizabeth Tillman Lauer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Lauer, was

To vary a dress or suit try a contrasting pair of gloves with matching
-purse and hat. This combination is especially good in the warm
fall shades of rust and green combined with a brown or black costume.
The hat above though not exactly correct for campus wear is very
new in fall fashions.
Latest Gloves And Purses Add
Smart Touch To The Wardrobe
New Gauntlets And Bags; or eight buttons. One shop features
.f tC r these long gloves with horizontal
Are Of Attractive Colors stitching as an added attraction. An-
And Of Fine Fabrics other clever one is made of antelope
and has a perky faille bow tacked on
By BETTIE HOWARD the wrist. A very serviceable glove
is a pigskin slip-on cut with square
Accessories play a most important fingers.
part in one's general appearance, for Imgers.e.a .s
they add that finishing touch of If you like to mdulge in gay whims,
smartness. then buy yourself a new bag. This is
Gloves, in particular, come in a" one thing that you can forget to be
e iety ofshades to blend with conservative in, because the more
any costume. Often the whole ap- unusual the style, the smarter it is.
pearance of a suit or dress may be purse Should Be Roomy
changed by the addition of gloves of There are, however, a few, prac-
contrasting or matching shades. Doe- tical hints in purse shopping. First
skin gloves take dye well and are of all, the bag should be roomy. Con-
obtainable in colors that blend beau- I sider all the things that must be car-
tifully with everything you own. One ried in your bag (if you are con-
local shop shows some clever, fabric siderate of your date) and you will
gloves with different colored figures. realize the importance of this. Next,
New Washable Gloves it should be of good quality. Nothing
will cheapen one's entire appearance
Dressmaker styled gloves are made like shabby accessories. The third
of fine doeskin, cape, suede, pigskin, thing to consider, is the adaptibility
and kid. There is a new washable of the purse to your other accessories
kid which is especially lovely with and to your costume.
fur. It gives that slick, slim, flat- Suede and crocodile are the leading
tering look to the hands and is; fabrics this fall. The newest purses
recommended for itsserviceability. feature clever handles. Some are of
Gloves of better cotton fabrics are wooandotheer hns.m are of itdla
guaranteed perfectly fitting and wood and others are of twisted lea-
washable. Some are of a soft, vel- ther and linked chains. Envelope and
vety-dull texture which wears unus- pouch styles are still the smartest, al-
ually well. though the satchel-shaped bag is
Gloves that make your hands feel quite popular too.
warmer and look smaller are in de- ISTALEY HEADS SPORTS GROUP
mand for campus wear. Woolen gloves
and mittens in warm, bright colors Hanley Staley, '38Ed, was elected
meet this need. Fur-lined gloves will president of the Physical Education
feel very good on approaching zero Club yesterday. Other officers are
days. Lee Beebe, '39Ed, vice-president; Wil-
Design must be considered as well liam Druker, '38Ed, secretary; David
as fabric and color. The newest gloves Holmes, '39Ed, treasurer and Lilburn
are quite long with as many as six Ochs, '39Ed, sergeant-at-arms.

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