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TUESDAY, NOV.s30, 1927 H g MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE FIT

Student Group
Will Hear TalkI
At Noon TodayI
Prof. E. S. Ames To SpeakI
At Lunclieon Honoring
Morgan, S.R.A. Head
Prof. Edard Scribner Ames of the
philosophy department of the Uni-
versity of Chicago will be the main'
speaker at a luncheon which will bel
given at 12:15 p.m. today in theI
League honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth W. Morgan.
Professor Ames will speak on the
subject, "A Return To Religion." More
than 50 student leaders have been
invited to attend the affair, which is
being given by Dr. and Mrs. Edward
W. Blakeman. Dr. Blakeman is the
University counsellor of religious edu-
cation.
Morgan Is New Director
Mr. Morgan, a bachelor of Sacred'
Theology, was appointed as director
of the Student Religious Association
of, the University on July 10. Follow-
ing his graduation from Ohio Wes-
leyan University, Mr. Morgan studied
at Harvard University for five years
on a special scholarship. During his'
stay there, he acted as librarian ofI
Lowell House, a student dormitory.
At the conclusion of his work in
Harvard, Mr. Morgan was a student
in India for a year, living in an In-
dian seminary and wearing native,
costumes, Dr. Blakeman said. From
1936 until his present appointment,
he was executive secretary for the
Council for Religion in Higher Edu-
cation.
Luncheon First Of Kind
Mrs. Morgan, a graduate of SmithI
College for Women, has been active{
in the student Christian movement.
While Mr. Morgan was in India, she
travelled in China and Japan.
This luncheon marks the first time
that students from the campus at
large have been invited to participate
in an affair of this kind, Dr. Blake-
man stated.
Mu Phi Epsilon Initiates I
Two Members Recently
Mu Phi Epsilon, national honoraryC
music sorority, initiated Claire Coci,E
Grad., and Harrie Cochran, Grad.,
Sunday at the home of Jean Seel-
ey, '36.I
The initiation was followed by a
supper party honoring the new mem-f
bers at the home of Mrs. Fielding
H. Yost. The patronesses attending
were Mrs. Alex Dow, Mrs. Clarence
S. Yoakum, Mrs. Charles A. Sink
and Mrs. Palmer Christian.

Be Syna II'tfith A Plaid

Eleven Booths To Take Students

Eleven Gros s

From Circus To French Follies
Is Sophomore Cabaret History

Around World' At Leuague Fair Will Be Guests

Concessions Will Feature
Theme Of 'Monte Carlo'
For 'Foreign Tourists'
By MARIAN SMITH
Round the world in eleven
booths," will be the privilege of each
and every person attending the
League Fair, to be given Dec. 3 and 4
Women's campus organizations-
from W.A.A. to a Chinese society ar
working out plans for their booth
and concessions, to carry out the en-
ticing spirit of "Monte Carlo." From
decoration to type of game, th
booths will represent various coun
tries-and the concessions will b
I symbolic of a. particular custom or
hobby.
Mortarboard. national honorary
society, will make the trip to th
land of games-on the "Atlanti
Ocean." Tubs of water will float tin
schooner targets for sailing pennies
and marksmanship will be the test o
a winner.
Tossing The Ring
Landing first in merry "England,'
Senior Society, honorary organiza'
tion, will give all interested, thei:
chance for English sportsmanship.
John the Butler will play victim fo:
"tossing rings." From England to
France and "Le Dragon D'Or," where
Wyvern will refresh the way-worn
traveler with choice drinks fijn
their "Winery," gaily decorated with
checked table cloths and candle light.
Then on to Germany and the
"Olympics." W.A.A. will have a
miniature swimming pool-in keep-
ing with their drive for the proposed
women's pool-and here the cham
pion swimmers will be on exhibition.

tempting the "bull's eye" will be an- At R uthven Tea By SUZANNE POTTER Cabaret." They called the Cabaret
other attraction. Until the year 1929, the ;sophomore! "Come Up Some Time" and frorh all
'China" will be the center of a ba- . i To . women of the University presented reports its inspired performance was
E-1,.. lcTT 3Ie thec a great success. "The Brass Rail" was
zaar, sponsored by the Chinese so-A I ay a cir;us as;their annual class project g
ciety. Linens, silksa jewels and tap- Of Present ' an elegant revival of an old time
esties will lend the oriental influ- O A that time, however, the Sopho- dancing floor with a stupendous floor
ence, foi' all wo linger here. And At President's Homle more Cabaret was o'ginated and has show. The Palace Nickelodean gave
once ftotallewho lingeaheke.Andwsince proved to be more successful- the public a glimpse of old timre melo-
i ast, but not least will be a skit show
A "Hither And Yon" to give a taste of President and Mrs. Ruthven will1 financially as well as socially. drama. Nothing was lackirdg-wind
"nctable characters of our modern open their home to students from 4 to The Cabar'et of 1929 had as its ,machines, snow storm, black mous-
Sday." 6 p.m. today, in the third of theImotif a Spanish courtyard. It was tached villain, innocent heroine and
Ruthven tea series. Stephanie Par- carried out in great detail with quaint, a two-fisted hard-loving hero.
e e fct, '39, is in charge of the arrange- brilliantly colored bungalows having 'Symphony' Is Presented
ments. fpicturesque balconies and red tiled Not to be outdone by the antics of
- Seven women's groups and four roofs, lining the corridor which led the previous year, the class of '37
n ~ fraternities have been given special into the central courtyard. Wait- presented "Pseudo Psilly Psymphony
e Da ce Tickets invitations by Miss Parfet. Orienta- resses and girls selling candy were Portrays Peculiar Personalities." Walt
- tien groups 78 through 81, Martha dressed in gypsy costume. Three chor- Disney supplanted Mae West in the
e O ale Cook Building, Pi Beta Phi and Gam- uses and several specialty acts pro- public mind and the Penguin chorus
rt {yma. Phi Beta sororities will attend, as vided the floor show entertainment. anc Betty Boop dance assured the
will Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Psi, Present 'Toyland' In 1930 success of the fifth cabaret given by
y Fl li FeT B Alpha Delta Phi and Zeta Psi fra- The following year the theme was the Sophomore women.
S oorsow eature o ternities. based upon a Toyland of futuristic Each year the Sophomore women
C Rhumba Team, Soloist, Miss Parfet has also invited the design. It was interesting to find have presented a cabaret, all of which
A Con 'o Fling fowing women to pour for the tea: that the hostesses were required to have been received with much en-
________AnigeleneMaliszewski, '38. head of wear ankle length dresses in the af- thusiasm and enjoyment. This year's
f Judiciary Council, and Sally Kenny, ternoons and formals for evenings cabaret shows every promise of'liv-
Tickets for the Congressional Fling,p resident of Martha Cook from . . . a far-cry from the informal at- ing up td this tradition.

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to be held Saturday,. Dec. 4, will go on
general sale today at the Union desk
Tickets also may be purchased
from the members of the Executive
Council. They are Phil Westbrook,
'40: Dave Woog, '40; Marvin Reider,
'39; Robert Kleiner, '38, Bill Jewell,
'38; Bob May, '39E; Ed Page, '39E;
Tom Rycroft, '40; and Seymour
Spelman, '39.
The team of Marie Sawyer, '38,
and Douglas Gregory, '39, will give
an exhibition of ballroom dancing
featuring the rhumba in a floor
show. Miss Sawyer and Mr. Greg-
1ry predict the retuin of the rhumba
to popularity in the Mid West.
Warren Foster, Grad., will sing
nr~nnlar cnnAc' a n.ther fatire of

14 to 4:30 p.m.: Miss Mary Gleason, Imosphere of recent cabarets.
social director of Martha Cook, and In 1933 the Cabaret was given
Margaret Ann Ayers, '38, treasurer along with the League Mardi Gras. IModer1 Dai ce C lub
of the League from 4:30 to 5 p.m. About this time Mae West was a pro- I d. r
Mrs. George Codd. housemother of minent figure in the theatre world Recital To B Dec.I
I Beta Phi, and Priscilla Smith, and evidently that same Gay Nineties
3. president of Pi Beta Phi, from 5 influence reached the class of '33. As The University Modern Dance Cl
to 5:30 p.m.; Mrs. Charles Went- al aptl exIessed it Daiing I held a meeting last night in Barboi
worth. housemother of Gamma Phi lis 10sh oS Gymnasium at which they made fu:
Beta, and Janet Allington, '38, secre- !- ther preparations for their annu
Lary of the League, from 5:30 to 6 1 * Christmas program.
p.m. Chinese nazaar The recital is scheduled for De
Assistants in the dining room willj 14 this year and will be under tk
be Jane Nussbaum, '40, Betty Brooks, d Lea ers leadership of Ruth Bloomer, advis(
40, Marcia Connell, '39, and Eleanor l jEfor the group. It will be held in tt
Smith, '39. Although special invi- I irlounge of the Women's Athlet
tations have been extended to a few r tIar e Building as in previous years.
groups, all students are invited to The officers of th club are: Bea

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No trip would be quite complete teb (LIJUr.Fsergauate t
It's smart to be Scotch this y !a, without the long treasured snapM the foorshow. Mr. Foster graduated Members of the committee in
especially if you combine your Irom Miami University, and has I charge of the Chinese Bazaar now in
plaids with t contrasting jacket. shots. Seeing Europe Through A taken graduate work at the Univer- 3 progress at the League present varied
The outfit featured here consists Cmaaly Ia Argsw bet sity of Michigan. He has sung over SororityV r ans carcers and professions.
of an extravangantly pleated plaid Sigma Children's 'heatrewill offert ie radio and in night clubs in New Bing-Chung Ling, of Shanghai, is a'
wool skirt and a fitted jacket which both.e "Che' Teatr wille tofthe York, Philadelphia, and Cincinnati. Fo nders' Davi~ i'aduate of Wellesley and is working
sparkles with a collar and trim- a true .Dutch treat," even tothe He has also done bit parts in several 'on her doctor's thesis in psychology.
ming of the same gay plaid as the ebooth "Holland." pictures in Hollywood. Ruyn Wang, vice-chairman, has her
skirt.Be A Sharp Shooter elta Delta Delta To IbOd I B. A. from the University of Colorado.
T eF Aig Carpooert Student Senate j She is a graduate student in bacter-
i'The Foreign Correspondent" will dy Ctellebflaration17 Dec.1 1) 4 ooyat the Univesity
Graduate Luncheon not be lacking either, for Theta Sig- 1 . *rd l I csary, U Witw
ma Phi, journalism sorority, will be iOollo tr taheiptisTritC
Will Be Held T dac eTuipped with all the news-involv- The Ann Arbor chapter of Delta comes from Ginling College in Nan-
;ing a bit of ribbon pulling. Hopping .Continued from Page Delta Delta will hold its Founders' Ping, is a graduate student in the
The regular weekly Graduate Lun- down to the "Swiss Alps" for a bit of.-...._ - - - Day Saturday. Dec. 4, Mariy Elizabeth Vung-Yuin Ting, a 1935 graduate o
cheon will be held at noon toda i sharp shooting will be another of the ditional members appointed to the I Davy, '38, president announced. Dor- Bryn Mawr, is a niece of one of the
i Fair's booths. William Tell and the organizing committee. Campus or-i 38, cial chaian, will eal Barbr holars, o es
tha R.u~ca.L aa~±. ofUir:,idnlJ ill to imn~_ yRy,'3, ocalchiran wllerl Brburscolrs wo

rice Loveiov. '39. resident: Bever

ue ussar inea roum oI -m w m~rown applewilobe tme aim o
League. This will be the fourth lun- many-the-marksmen here. I n t o
cheon of the year,;"Spain" for target practice and at-l
Prof. Arthur E. Wood of the so- -
ciclogy department will speak on Teamri
"Improvement of the Penal Adminis-
tration in Michigan." Professor Wood

TICKET COMMITTEE TO MEET
There will be a compulsory
meeting of the ticket committee
at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the League,
Elizabeth Rause, '40, chairman,
announced.

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is an authority on the subject of.
criminology. All gradupte students
are invited to attend.
The guest speakers at the preced-
ing luncheons were Dean Clarence
Yoakum of the Graduate School,
Prof. John Stanton of the history de-!
partment, and Prof Charles RemerI
of the economics departjnent.

Club Members Participate
In National Tournament

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FOR THE

COLLEGE

MISS

Special Sale

of HATS

75c and up

Members of the Ann Arbor hockey
team took part in the national wom-
en's hockey tournament on the field1
of the New Trier high school in Win-
netka, Ill., Thursday through Sun-
day.
Mary Richardson was included on
the second string of the Great Lakes
team. Miss Marie Hartwig, instruc-
tor of physical education for women,
served as a reserve for the same team.
Deborah Leonard. '35, and Esther-
LaRowe, '32, of Chicago and Ann'
Ousten of Grosse Pointe who is a
member of the Ann Arbor hockey!
club were also members of the Great!
Lakes team.
The teams represented in the
tournament were from the northeast,
the southeast, the midwest and the
Great Lakes region. Although the
South East team has won the tourna-
ment for several years. the standard
of play is gradually being leveled, ac-
cording to Miss Hilda Burr, instruc-
tor of women's athletics, who at-
tended the meet.

ganiztinsactivelyepesee i-MsDyM Fh adu o them by the Judiciary Council.
cluded: the League, the Pan-Hel- be in epital in Tientsinc fo s
lenic Society, the Assembly, the Co- cis Schilling, and Eleanor Summer-rt-o .
operative Council, the Student Relig- ville, '38, will assist. TzoZueZautfChio Tng ni
ious Association, the Liberal Students ;versity, Shanghai, was sent to Mich-
Uios Associati, the ULiera StdeCn Alliances from Detroit, Flint, Lan- igan by the Chinese Ministry of Rail- c
Union. the Daily, the Union and Con- sing, Adrian and Ann Arbor will be ways, with whom she holds an im- SHAMPOO
Prof. Roderick Mackenzie. chairpresent for the buffet luncheon fol portant position. She is studying and FNGERWAVE
man of the sociology department, lowing which Mrs. John L. Brumwlproblems in the economics of trans- R
P rof. J. R. Hayden, chairman of the of Ann Arbor will speak. portation. Chiao Tung University withRinse
political science department and Prof. The pledges will present a skit re- has recently been destroyed by the 50c
Arthur E. R. Boak, chairman of the enacting the founding of Delta Delta Japanese.
history department, have already en- Delta 50 years ago. Participants will Veta Neih is a graduate of the
dorsed the plan. !be: Janet Everest, '39, Bunty Bain, Rockefeller-endowed Peking Union I-GENUINE
The group will meet again at 4 p.m. '39, Ann Wills, '41, Ellen Rhea, '41, Medical College. She is a graduate, OIL CROQUIGNOLE
Tuesday in the League. Jane Griswold, '41, Constance Beery, student here in Public Health, and PERMANENT
'41, Helen Bohnsack, '41, Helen will return to her position as in-
Brwn, '41, Betty Clark, '41, Sue Istructor there when she has com-$-$600
Young Dy emo1C~cratFlaningan, '41, Clara Louise Fulde, pleted her course. c 250 $.
'41, Frances Haigh, '41, Marian Har- Mrs. Chen-Tung Hou Chang, a
p ris, '41, Lorraine Haskin, '41, Evelyn graduate of the Anwhei Normal V kAA YI
Kalf. '41, Mary Rodger, '41, Elaine School for Girls, was an instructor lARY )
The Washtenaw Young Democrats Sandt, '41, Virginia Sappington, '41. in dancing and art in Central Uni- j BEAUTY SHOP
are sponsoring a dance which will versity at Nanking, which has been
be held from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Fri- bombed-recently. She is enrolled as a 1033 E. University Ph. 8767
day, Dec. 3, at the Huron Hills FRATERNITIES NAME PLEDGES special student in the College of Open Evenings by Appointment,
Country Club. Pi Lambda Phi announces the Architecture.
The music will be furnished by Al pledging of Stanley Botwinik, '41, of ---------------.
Cowan's orchestra, and a floor show' New Haven, Conn.
will be featured through the cour- Chi Phi recently announced the
tesy of Roy Hoyer's Studio. initiation of the following: Robert
Wirt Masten is general chairman Pepper, '41; Robert Berhalter, '40;,
of the dance and two university stu- Owen Baker, '40; Thomas Hutton,'
dents, Lee Sillin. '39, and Miss Edith '40; Darby Taylor, '40. and Harold
L. Lynch, '41, are committeemen. Spurway, '40.em
DRESSES.O..COATS
FASHION RIGHT ... QUALITY RIGHT!

THURSDAY and FRIDAY
by
HELEN POLHEMUS
613 Last' Williams Street 4 doors off Stale

Time for Gift Buying!-j

IouhigantI
Gifts

A SUPERS COLLECTION OF
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are superior to regular $3.50 Hand-
bags. The suede and calf skins are
fine and soft, the styles are most
distinctive, and each bag is made
with a care that is indicative of high

Houbigant's Fougere Roy-
ale set for men . . . con-
tainiIg talcum and after-
shaving lotion.
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tive box of dusting
powder perfumed
with Quelque Fleurs,

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