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November 12, 1937 - Image 5

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Guests Are Named For



To Be Held Today In Union

Carlton Nelson,
Cathrin Lewis
To Lead Dance
Wooden Tools Will Hang
From Ballroom Ceiling;
Lawyeirs' Life Revealed
Dick Jirgens To Play
Every class from freshman to grad-
uate will be represented when the
committee members for the third an-'
nual Engineers', Ball enter the Union
ballroom with their guests for thej
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
From Muskegon comes Cathrin
Lewis who will attend the affair with
Carlton Nelson, '38E, general chair-
man of the ball. Betty Gatwood, '38,
will be the guest of Jack Kasley, '38E,
who heads the music committee.
Members Invite Guests
Richard. Wangelin, '38E, chairman
of the committee on finance, will
escort Kathleen Mead, '41SM. Jane
Anderson, '40, will be there with
Matthew Sielski, '38E, who is in
charge of the ticket committee. Fred-
erick Osburg, '38E, decoration chair-
man, has invited Helen Jean, '41, to
the dance.I
Mary Ellen Wilson, Grad. wdil be
the guest of Alfred Waldchen,. '38E,
chairman of programs and patrons,
and Evelyn Schrock, Grad., will at-
tend with Sidney Steinborn, '38E,
publicity chairman.
Six committee members have also S
invited guests for -the function. John
G. Young, '38E, will be the escort of
Betty French, '39, and Marjory Coe,
'38, will attend with Carl Gerstack-
er '38E.
Decorations Planned
Frances Orr, '40, will be there with Bi
Edward Lebeis, '39E. Charles Roach, JR
138E, and Cruzan Alexander, '40E, I
have invited Edith Johnston, '40, and I
Ruth Dillman, '40 respectively.
The decorations for this ball were
inspired by the activities and interests Cp
of the Engineering School. They will the
consist of wooden replicas of tools and thro
machines which will be suspended and
from the ceiling of the ballroom. In
d nr

National Fur Week Stresses Elegance

First Showing Seven Houses To Give Parties;
Of 'Mr. Toad' Allen-RumseyWill Hold Da

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Sororities And Fraternities!
Help Send 300 Children
To Witness Matinee
"Mr Toad," the first of the Chil-
dren's Theatre productions this sea-
son, will open at 3:30 p.m .today in
the Lydia Mendelssohn' Theatre.
Through a drive, covering frater-
nities, sororities, league houses and
dormitories, sufficient funds haveI
been collected to send more than 3001
underprivileged children to the Chil-;
dren's Theatre plays, announced Ruth
Friedman, '38, chairman of the
theatre-arts committee. This is an
increase over the amount collected in
previous years. Miss Friedman stat-
ed that more money is expected to be!
turned in.
Sororities Contribute
Sororities that have contributed are
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi,,
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi,
Chi Omega, Collegiate Sorosis, Delta
Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Gamma
Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi
Beta Phi. Several of the leaguej
houses and all of the dormitories haveI

In contrast to last week-end's rec-
ord-breaking number of fraternity
parties, today's calendar lists only
Chrysanthemums will be used for
decorations at Adelia Cheever's an-
nual winter formal. Mrs. Mary Craig
Mitchell, social director of Betsy Bar-
bour, and Mrs. Katherine R. Parsons,
director of Adelia Cheever, will chap-
Allen-Rumsey Houses will hold
their first dance today, at which Mrs.
L. B. Niles and Mrs. R. S. Peake will
act as chaperons.
To Hold Pledge Formal
The music for the Alpha Omicron
Pi pledge formal will be furnished by
John McDonald's orchestra. The
chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. Bruce
Fralick and Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick.
White Chysanthemums, pink roses,
and old fashioned nose-gays will dec-
orate tie house.
Hamilton Morris, '39, is in charge
of Phi Gamma Delta's informal dance.
Prof. and Mrs. R. S. Swinton and
Prof. and Mrs. John Johnstone will
Another pedge formal will be held
at Theta Delta Chi, where Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Smith, Prof. and Mrs.
Ernest Barker, and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Wilson will chaperon.


eron. The orchestra will be Don
In addition to regular parties this
week there have been several pledge
teas among sororities. Alpha Phi's.
pledge tea was held Tuesday from
3 to 5p .m.
Chi Omega Has Tea
Besides the pledge tea which Chi
Omega is holding today from 3 to
5 p.m., it will give an open house Sun-
day night. Elizabeth Mullin, '39, is
in charge.
An exchange dinner between Alpha
Phi juniors and Collegiate Sorosis
seniors was held Wednesday.

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also given to the fund. Theta Xi Gives Dinner
Fraternity contributions have come Eight Theta Xi couples are planning
,from Theta Xi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, to have dinner in the Union before
Phi Delta Theta, Zeta Beta Tau, Al- the Engineer's Ball.
Tau Omega, Phi Zeta Beta Tau is holding its annual
Phi Epsilon and Phi Kfall house party this week-end. There
Sarah Pierce, Grad, will direct the will be an informal radio dance to-
play. Louise Samek, '38, has been night and a formal dance tomorrow.
wae Fur ilace Casua in charge of properties for the play Dr. and Mrs. J. Milton Goldhamer and
r and all costumes have been designed Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Sparr will chap-
" and executed by Emma Hirsch, '39.
Caracul, Leopard Are Favorites M C axwel To Play Toad
Charles Maxwell, Grad, will play the{{
leading role of Mr. Toad and Ella SMARTEST
lky Australian Opossum adorn the backs of the women of the Mountain, '38, will play the part of HOSIERY SHOPP E
ypworld. I the Rabbit. The cast will also in- HO ER SHOPPE
anks High; Alaska Seal From advance reports by several dude Robert Corrigan, '38, Karl Klau- Michigan Theater Bldg.
s Chosen For Utility representative women's colleges, we ser, '39, Howard F. Johnson, '39, and - SPECIAL
receive an excellent preview of the i Arthur Forbes, '39. Other roles will WEEK-END ONLY
By VIRGINIA VOORHEES furs destined for prominence at col- be taken by students. Mesh and Black Heeled
Allege life is still college life, but legiate events from coast to coast. Other performances will be given HOSIERY
furs which will carry women High in the ranks stands Australian at 1 :30 and 3:30 p.m tomorrow. Tick-
ugh their four years of formals oppossum. If breadth and bulkiness 8et he rbe wichs nh rgx ofce
foblSaudy an-cassis any indication of importance, you'll of the theatre which is in charge off v
football Saturdays and -classes sbenyqdite t"highmout"ninyou'tMrs. F. C. Waltz. Season tickets are Lock Stitched Lace.HOSE
cokes have taken on a new as- ofI th ig " available for both children and adults
;.hi are#.at 50 cents and $1 respectively.
hei ematter is that the Sheared Beaver Is Smart
he gist of the If you are one of that unfortunate Cotton Shantung SPORT
accepted decree that college group who prepares for "higher l 111 4rnT n n rl A -rll

addition ,there will be a six-by-six
platform upon which will be a scene
depicting life in the Law School.
No Late Permission Granted
Dick Jurgens and his orchestra,
having just completed an engagement
at the well-known Gold Coast Room
of the Drake Hotel, Chicago, will fur-
nish the music for the dance. The
orchestra, which consists of 16 pieces,.
will feature two pianists.
No late permission for the ball will
be granted, stated Dean Alice Lloyd.
This decision is in accordance with
the rule that no time extensions will
be granted for any bu class functions.



achieved by a
to match that Fall
Sports outfit.
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women exhibit their usual deference learning" with an initial purchase of J "' '1l 11 11
to casualness in the choice of fur two fur coats, your choice might well
have been Alaska Seal or Hudson i C lTembers
coats no longer holds any weight in (Seal for general utility wear; and a
the fashion world. more elegant fur, such as Persian
Designers Announce Styles Lamb, for those glamorous affairs- Group Holds Semi-Weekly
Since this is National Fur Week, meaning teas and proms and things. Meeting At Unio Pool
designers have taken advantage of That old favorite, beaver, is still in
the fact to stress the latest news the limelight. Sheared beaver is most Members of the swimming club
that, whether on campus by-ways or popular, being warm yet light in were announced yesterday by Helen
off, the female contingent of students weight. The simplicity of its classic Wolf, '40, club president.
will be seen in the same furs that style with the slight shoulder breadth The list includes Bettie Baker,
makes it a smart addition to prac-: '39Ed; Louise Barr, '41; Pauline Bena-
tically any costume, way, '41; Marie Brains, '41; Harriet
"Chub" JacketsAre Swank Britton, '39; Margaret Calkins, 41;
For the woman who goes in for Anita Carvalho, 41; Dorothy Cloud-
the unusual and the distinctive, there man, '38; Sally Corcoran, '41; and
is the silvery Siberian squirrel. Leop- Neva Dilley, '41Ed.
ard cat and natural grey kidskin pos- Lois Gillen, '41; Barbara Griffin,
sess an enviable sleekness; while '39; Marian Harris, '41; Jean Hen-
lapin, very often dyed to resemble drian, '40; Helen Higgins, '40; Betty
nutria, is as soft as velvet. Hood, '40; Barbara Johnson, 39;
Very swank, indeed, are the clever Virginia Keilholtz, 41; Marian Kling-
- "chub" jackets made of skunk and stedt, '41; and Rowena Lacoste, '39,
I caracul. These, according to the de- have also been admitted member-
signers, are most appropriate for ship.
campus wear. RClara Lenfestey, '41A; Mary Mac-
So we see that the so-called sports Donald, '41; Charlotte Meredith, '38;
styles in furs are on the wane as Doris Nashold, '41; Helen Peck, '39;
far as the college women's selections Mary Jane Phelps, '38; Betty Swift,
are concerned, for the raccoon coat 41; Twila Traber, '39SM; and Helen
and similar types had no place in Westie, '40, are among the new mem-
. H tShopthe showing. The dressier garments bers.
will be worn with everything, with A general meeting will be held at
AIN STREET foxy lines and broad shoulders cast- 4 p.m. Monday at the Union, and it is
ing the favorite silhouette. compulsory that all members attend,
Miss Wolf said.
Meetings will then be held at 4 p.m.
every Monday and Wednesday in she
Union swimming pool. The Union
board has been very generous in of-
fering the women the use of the pool
and have granted it to them at re-
duced prices, Miss Wolf explained.

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