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November 19, 1937 - Image 5

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FIbAY, NOV. 19, 1937


Undergraduate I
Tea To Be Held!
TodayAt League
D a n c in g, Refreshments
Featured; Five Cent Fee
Will Be Requested
All women on campus are invited;
to attend the second Undergraduate,
Tea, which will be held from 4 to 6j
p.m. today in the League Ballroom.
Charlie Zwick's orchestra will play for
dancing and cider and doughnuts will
be served.
Fn th firt Limn rhra f fie

Gloves Provide Costume Accents


Dances Today Betrothal Of Former 1 Soph Prom Tickets
a! CHAPTER HOUSE Students Is Announced -albl At U
Are Scheduled ACTIVITY NOTES jNews has been received of the en-
_ge_ _nt__f__Edith Mary Forsythe, More than half of the tickets print-
or 5 Houses Alpha Kappa Lambda 36. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.ed for Soph Prom have been sold, it
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Forsythe of Ann Arbor, to Roy J.I was announced by Alexander Oruzan,
Alpha Kappa Lambda announces Sandstrom, '36. of Buffalo, N. Y., sor wsanucdb lxne rzn
Sandtro. '3, o Bufalo N. so general chairman yesterday.
Alpha Delta Phi T o Havethe pledging of Clayton Matthews, of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sandstrom Tickets for the dance are aon sale
j Al Deta 'llTo ave'39,of Valley Stream, N. Y., Kenneth! of Flint.
Detroit Orchestra; Alpha Kreuz, '40, of Menominee, and Ken- Miss Forsythe was a member of at the infor ation $2. sof the Union.
,n.th Heininger, '40. of Saline. Choral Union and of Stanley Chorus, prhsdfo o5pm vr
Phi To mold Formal puhHin14 f am-oinendnSdie~ o - rchased from 1 to 5 p.m. every
Ph T HldFrml lpa Alpha Delta Pi She is president and adviser of the dy
Alpha Delta Pi announces the alumnae chapter of Alpha Omicron T e bd s
One sorority and four f-roarnity pledgingof Marion Conde, '41. of Pi. Mr. Sandstrom is affiliated with T mores until Tuesday, Arthur Brandt
parties are scheduled for Tonight. Flint. Hermitage, and is a member of Tau ticket chairman, announced. Identi-
Alpha Delta Phi is importing a Collegiate Sorysis Beta P1, national engineering honor fication cards must be presented at
Detroit orchestra, Glouster Curran's, Collegiate Sorosis will initiate the society. the time of purchase, he stated.
for their formal, which will be chap- nano'40g girls Friday: Ann Bren- P E Reggie Childs' orchestra was re-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Edward ynan, 40, of Detroit, Georgeann Gil-H cently chosen to play for this dance
- key, 40, Plainwell, Norah Kennedy, Phi Eta Sigma, freshman men's by a campus poll. Soph Prom is the
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Russell '39, Whittier. California, Martha Dal honor society, recently elected its of- first of the class dances to be held
- _..__ I A ^ - - -__.____ -I: . T..h norsoiey, ecnty eeced its f- stof


or tn ers t tmne, a c narge or nve
cents w i Lbe made for this UJtea, This HowardI. ley, 40. Saginaw, Edith Johnston, 40'
cents will be made for this tea. This Bill Sawyer's orchestra will ClyGrand H'ayen and Suzanne Sibley.
was decided by the League Council at the Alpha Phi pledge formal. a Grad. Grosse Pointe. Sb
to cover expenses entailed by enter-! a h lh h ldefra.R-
taming a large crowd. The money freshments will be served at mid- P i Kappa Sigma
will be taken at the door by members night. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Abbott Phi Kappa Sigma announces the
of the door committee under Barbara and Dr. and Mrs. Sherwood Winslow itiation of William Clift, '38, Harry
Teall, '39. wil lattend as chaperones. Hart. '39, and Lynn Parker. '39, of
CThe Kappa Nu pledge formal will Flint, Joseph Paulus, '39, Detroit, and I
Committee Members Named TeKpaN ldefra ilSanton Roesch, '39, Fredonia N.Y.
These committee members are Polly be given tonight, followed by an in-
Powers, '36; Helen Brady, '40; Jane i formal radio dance tomorrow. Mr.-
Holden, '39; Jane Jewitt, '40; Mary iandvMrs. Samuel G. Bothman, Dr. ~
Minor, '40; Sally Orr, '40; Harriet ,nef -htlC lovesiveZVCS Zest and Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit, Mr. and cI-e{ M onev
Pomeroy, '39 and Virginia Voorhees, Mrs. Ben Kessel, Mrs. Frieda Lo.
Hostesses at the tables around the To Jaded-Lookig Wardrobes riafusegnd f Sororities
ballroom will be Martha Dynes, '39 Detroit will chaperone both nights.
Betty Lindegren, '39; Nancy Kover, By JEANNE POSTER seem to be taking the country by Bill McKay's orchestra will play forIs D e 5A r
'38; Charlene Vallet, '40; Jean Rhein- New and distinctive afternoon and storm. Soft, downy ones are beauti- the formal which is a closed dance.
frank, '39; Ella Stowe; Jane Nuss- date gloves are a good remedy to ful when worn with velvet evening Moe Carter's orchestra will play for
baum, '40, and Betty Spangler, '39. give your by now dejected looking wraps. Both the mitten type and Pi Lambda Phi's closed formal. Chap-' More than 300 tickets have been
Those who have been invited to wardrobe a new lease on life. Any the ones with fingers are popular. erones will be Mr. and Mrs. Max sold for Panhellenic Ball, to be held
pour by Barbara Heath, '39, in charge one of many styles would find your Some are of fuzzy, long angora and Schweid of Rochester, N.Y., and Mr. from 9 p.m. to 1. a.m. Friday, Nov.
of the tea, are Mary Johnson, '38, hands correctly gloved at the concert thers are of the closely-knitted type. I and Mrs. J. Hoffman of Chicago. 26. it was announced yesterday by
president of W.A.A., and Angel Mal- tonight-whichever one furnishes the White is effective. Dull, pale shades The only informal dance tonight, Phyllis Bauer, '38, ticket chairman.
iszewski, '38, head of Judiciary Coun- right accent to your costume, of pink, blue and green, are also be- Theta Chi's will be chaperoned by Sororities will have until 3 p.m.
cil, from 4 to 4:30 p.m.; Mrs. Waldo Suede is soft and can be had in Ig worn. One pair of dull pink an- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Palmer and Mr. today to hand in money for tickets
Abbot and Mrs. Homer Heath, from almost any color-no wonder glove gora mittens with a matching scarf and Mrs. Gilbert D. Chavanelle. at the Undergraduate Offices of the
4:30 to 5 p.m. manufacturers pounced on it. Pastel was seen recently. League. After 3 p.m. a limited num-
Invited To Pour suede gloves of six or eight button her of tickets will go on general sale,
Mrs. Phyllis Reynolds, housemother length are very charming with short Plan Lunch nWomen's Hickey Team Miss Bauer said.
of Delta Gamma sorority, Mrs. Henry sleeved black dresses, and chocolate nlH eSororities are also reminded that
Petersen, Miss Elizabeth Aigler and brown pull-ons are ideal with beaver ( Beaten By Ypsilanti, I -0, they can purchase tickets for the
Margaret Ann Ayers, vice-president and green. Interesting effects have For d ates Trcakfast after the dance every day
of the League, from 5 to 5:30 p.m.; been produced by inserting bright T at the League desk. The price is 25
Mrs. Clarence Yoakum' and Mary colored suede pieces in the back of ai Ypsilanti defeated the University's cents per person. Tables will be set
Jn8, vice-president of glove. Physical Education Groi hockey team yesterday by the score up in the corridors, the Grill, the
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ficers for the coming year: Donald this semester, and it is also the first
Diem, president; John Stone, vice- dance for which the orchestra was
president; Allen Cook, secretary; and popularly elected. Late permission
Burgess Vial, treasurer. will be granted.
Disti n c te Millinery

Beautifu IHeaddress for Formals-



the League, from '5:30 to 6 p.m. Boucle Is Worn --rIor thr ee to nothing.
Members of the social committee Knitted boucle gloves come in har- To Discuss Experiences The players on the Michigan teamt
will see that guests are introduced to monizing or contrasting colors to were: Mary Richardson, '40, captain;
each other. Cutting during dances is complement your winter ensemble. A luncheon will be given at noon Mary Newcomb, '41; Mary McReady,.
encouraged in order that as many Black sueded fabric trimmed in Per- tomorrow for 35 physical education '41; Virginia Storts, '41; Doris Cran-
women as possible will get acquainted, sian lamb is used in the making of| graduates at the Women's Athletic more, '40; Jane Grove, '40; Lolai
Miss Heath said. another interesting glove. Building, Miss Laurie Campbell, of Borgemeister, 41; Evelyn Brown, '41;
Social committee members will not Kid is as popular as ever because the women's physical education de- Helen Wolf, '40; Dorothy Cowan, '39;
have to pay the fee. They are to of its tight fitting, slim lines. Im- partment, and chairman of the affair, Pedo Ortmayer, '41 and Jean Mil-
report at the Undergraduate Offices ported handstitched doeskin and pig- announced. lard, '41.
before the tea. skin gloves are very sleekly tailored. An experience meeting will be held After the game the players of both
Variations in gloves other than before the luncheon, at 11 a.m. At teams attended a tea held in the l
color can be found in length, leather this meeting each graduate will give lounge of the Women's Athletic
Riding Club Announces combinations, and decorative touches. a short talk upon what she has been Building in their honor. Miss Ro-!
dig C b ke Most gloves are very long, but one doing since graduation. Dr. Mabel E. salia Westcott and Miss Ruth Helsel I
DelegatesToGym hana-stylish pair, in particular, is cut off Rugen of the physical education de- ( poured.j
Betty Hood, '40, and Lois Gillen, and gathered at the wrist. Suede or partment, Miss Campbell, and Dr.
'41, have been selected to represent suede fabric and kid are favorite Margaret Bell, rector of physical DORMITORY PRESIDENT
the University of Michigan in a horse combinations in slip-ons. Others euainfrwmnwl pa. I_
show and gymkhana at Western Re- have braided kid insets, or are em- Dr. Bell will give a short word of Eleanor Sevison, '40, has recently
serve University in Cleveland this broidered with bright thread in var- welcome. She will also give some in- been elected freshman house press-
week-end, Dorothy White, '38, presi- ious unusual and distinctive designs, formation to the graduates about the dent of Mosher Hall.
dent of Crop and addle, women's rid- Gloves Match Shoes University and will tell possibilities of - -
ing club, announced. Gloves which match shoes or bags: graduate study. The women who will
Miss Hood and Miss Gillen are both are also new. There is one ensemble attend the meeting and luncheon are
members of Crop and Saddle and consisting of gloves, shoes, purse, all! from all around this section, Miss
were chosen from members of that matching. An accessory of this type Campbell explained.
club by tryouts. Mrs. John Alexander will add smartness to any outfit.
was the judge. Angora gloves for evening wear Faculty - Alumnae f , y
__-- -1 Dance To Be Held S
f ... , .Small am
The first Faculty-Alumni dance for
Ithis year, sponsored by the Faculty
Women's Club will be given from
9:30 to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Novem-1 Close-fitt
ber 23 in the Union Ballroom. Music
1 will be furnished by Bob Steinle's
MILK--ICE CREAM orchestra.
A committee, including Mrs. Mer DANA RIC
Spcal_____ ton Wallington, Mrs. Arch Wilson,!x
Weekly Special'Mrs. Peter Kelly, Mrs. Charles M3
Davis, and Mrs. Willett Ramsdell, has 309 South State Street
Two-Layer Brick been chosen to take charge of the'
S VANILLA and CHOCOLATE-MA ROONEach year a series of dances, spon----
VACAsored by the Faculty Women's Club,
Superior Dairy Company s given for the faculty and alumnae,
i an atthe end of the seasona dinnerj
Phone 23181 dance is held. Other dances for this C H-G
Phone 23181 ~year are scheduled for January 5,j % iII
-_ - - - February 10, and March 8. The an- !
nual dinner-dance will be April 6.
-_____ The purpose of these dances is to A' BALL RK
give the faculty and alumnae a better
chance to get acquainted with each
t tT ~ j)other.
Cosmeticians h a v e assembled}
t I make-up kits complete from mirror
to eye shadow for convenience in

Russian Tea Room and the main
dining room of the League to ac-
commodate the women and their
guests for the breakfast,
Joe Sanders and his Nighthawks i
will play for the dance.
WALK a few steps


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WaynE Coffee Shop
201 East Liberty

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ba/ksgiving foliday
d dainty for the dressy
occasion. .


for Street Wear.

- At the Dillon Shop





p resents


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traveling-just the thing for Thanks-
giving weekend. Not only are they
complete and inexpensive, but they
make an attractive companion piece
to your luggage.
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On Saturday,

Nov. 20, Margaret Strouse

and John Heyboer, a dance team. This
special feature at the regular membership
dmnce is presented at no increase in price.
Regular dancing as usual Friday from
9 to 1, aturday night from 9 to 12.
$1.00 per Couple

A truly lovely shoe to compliment any gown ... to flash
intriguingly under swishing skirts as you truck the
"Big Apple," or glide in the waltz.
Narrow strips of satin are laced and stitched in such
manner as to make your' feet appear infinitesimally
small. White . . . . or tinted to match your gown.



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