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SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 198

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Near Capacity
Crowd Attends
Chinese Ferrm

Co-Chairman And Guest At Dance

thinese Students Present
Or.4ental Sogs, Dance
In Benefit Performance
The "first nighter" performanceof
the widely acclaimed artistic film,
"Song of China," and the presenta-
tion of their native music, dancing l
and feats by Chinese students, were
attended last night by a near ca-
pacity audience at the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
The program was sponsored by the
Ann Arbor chapter of F.F. Fraternity,
Chinese organization, for the purpose
of raising funds to buy medical sup-
plies for Chinese civilians. in the war
cone.
Attending the performance were J.
Raleigh Nelson, counselor to foreign
<tudents; Prof. John S. Worley of the
College of Engineering and Mrs. Wor-
ley; Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, coun-
selor in religious education and Mrs.
Blakeman; Prof. Max L. Handman of
the economics department; Prof. I. L.
Sharfman of the economics depart-
ient; Prof. Hugh E. Keeler of the
Coljege of Engineering and Mrs. Keel-
er; Prof. Roy W. Cowden of the Eng-
lish department and Mrs. Cowden.
Prof. A. Franklin Shurl of the
zoology department and Mrs Shull;
Prof. John Shepard of the psychology
department and Mrs. Shepard.
Prof. Carl E. Guthe, director
of University Museum and Mrs.
Guthe; Dr. Edgar G. Johnston, of the
education department; George Alder,
Grad., and Mrs. Alder, and Bill Smith,
'39.
New York Predicts
Navy Blue To Lead
Color Parad e In '38
Navy is coming into its own again
after a winter overhung with dark
clouds of black.
Ann Arbor buyers just back from
New York report that everything is
navy, blue. And not only is this true
in the line of dresses alone, for'shoes,
hats, bags and coats are being shown
in this basic color. This spring will!
find complete outfits in navy rather
than merely touches of it for contrast. t.
White and delicate pink are the 0
newest suggestions for trim, and the f
freshness and crispness of these com- 9
binations promise to be very appeal- U
ing.
The materials in which these e
dresses are appearing are as varied n
-s one could wish. Silks sad crepes a
of the heavier weights are on the a
market already. Cheviot, that nubby c
wool, seems to be the most popular M
fabric in navy at the present. It is M
enlivened with touches of the high in
shades of red and kelly green. a

Allen-Rum sey
House To Give
DanceAt Union
Fr'atern1Ii(ie Will Entertain
A l Foruak%, in foriials,
Sleigbridc Parties
This week-end's number of frater-
nity parties ranges from sleigh ride to
formals.
Allen-Rumnsey House is planning an
onusual dance tonight. Because so
many people have asked to attend, the
lance has been opened to the public,
:nd tickets may be purchased at the
door or in the dormitory office. Dress
may be either formal or informal, and
the dancing will be conducted to Bob
Steinle's orchestra in Balcony Ball-
room oflf the Union Ballroom. A
door show will be presented, and Mrs,
Caura Nilcs and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
?2ake will attend as chaperons.
Plan Informal Radio Dance
An informal idio dance is planned
onight at the Alpha Kappa Lambda
house, and will be chaperoned by Mr.
,nd Mrs. Claude Sampson and Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Stow.
Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta
Sigma, fre> hman honorary societies,
,re giving a tea dance from 3 to 5
p.m. in the Union. Mrs. Harry Hall
and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Meloche will
act as chaperons. The tea-dance is
the first attempt which the two so-
cieties are making to cooperate to-
ward making the position of these
honorary societies more effective on
campus. A short meeting will follow
the dancing.
Roast To Follow Sleigh Ride
Bill Sawyer's Melody Men will play
for Alpha Rho Chi's formal dance.
Chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
Ralph W. Hammett and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Tanner, according to Henry
Ruifrok, '38A, chairman of the dance.
Delta Theta Phi will serve refresh-
ments at its informal radio dance. M.i
and Mrs. William Blome and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Bryant will chaperon.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kessel and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Petosky will
chaperon the Kappa Nu sleigh ride.
The ride, from 8 to 10 p.m., will be
followed by an informal radio dance
and marshmallow roast.
To Give Dance For Actives
Phi Kappa Sigma is planning a
similar program. After the sleigh
ride they will return to the house for
dancing and refreshments, chaper-
oned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angell
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Towly.
The pledge class of Pi Beta Phi
will hold a formal dance tonight in
honor of the actives. The chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Doty and
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Chautfy. The
music will te furnished by Russ Rol-
lins and his orchestra.
Union To Entertain

Alpha Kappa Delta. honorary so-
ciology society, held a banquet at A dinner honoring Miss Ethel Mc-'
the League recently at which Dr.$Cormick. social director of the
Carl Meyer of the New School of So- League, was given yesterday by the
cial Research in New York was the members of the 1937 Sophomore Cab-
main speaker. aret central committee. The dinner,
The following students were initiat- given at the Haunted Tavern, was in
ed into the society at the dinner: appreciation of Miss McCormick's as-
Janet Allington, '38; Willie Dickens. sistance in preparation of the class,
Grad.; John D'Arcy, '39; Elza Doegey, project. Members of the committee
'39; Abbott Herman, Grad.; Woodrow are Jean Smith, Betty Slee, Jane
Hunter, Grad.; Werner Landecker, Jewitt, Elizabeth Rouse, Miriam Szold,I
Grad.: Emily Morgan, '38; Mada- Florence Brotherton, Harriet Shar-
line Meyers, '39; Charlotte More- key, Ella Stowe. Miriam Finkeldey;
house, '38; Eleanor Sikkenga. '38: and Suzanne Potter.

The Forestry Club will hold a skat-
ing party from 8 to 12 p.m. Saturday,
at the Les Voyageurs cabin on Huron
Y River. There will be dancing in the
cabin and refreshments will be served,
The chaperons will be Prof. Shirley
,V. Allen and Prof. Robert J. Craig,
' both of the School of Forestry and
Conservation. Frederick V. Geib,
'38F&C, is in charge of arrangements.

Alia Kappa De lta Holds Director or League I Skating Party To Be Held
Initiation Banquet Here Hono red At DinnierIl Today By Forestry Club

ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
Alpha Kappa Lambda announces
the pledging of James Scott, '40, and
Jack Prowbst. '39E.

RAN"DALL'S.
SNOW TRAIN.

Diefinitely.
WVill OCperoatef--k
.TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

DOROTHY SHIPMAN BUD LUNDAHL
MIore Than 200 Couples Attend
Fifth Annual Interfraternity Ball
More than 400 people danced to Roland Athay, '38, attended with
he music of Bernie Cummins and his Faith Watkins, '39, who wore a flame
rchestra at the fifth annual Inter- colored chiffon dress with gold straps
raternity Ball, which was held from and a gold cord about her waist. Gold
p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the earings heightened the effect. Mary
Union Ballroom.. Ervin, '39, the guest of Julian Kil-
Dorothy Shipman, '4L, who attend- 'man, '39, was dressed in a silver satin
d with Bud Lundahl, '38, co-chair- bodice frock with a black veil trim-
man, wore a black taffeta gown with med in silver.
full skirt, and a green velvet bow Robert Canning, '39, was with

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it the waist. Roy Frazier, '38, co-
hairman had as his guest Lucy Lee
Mallory of the University of Illinois.
Miss Mallory was dressed in rose sat-
n, princess style, and wore black
ccessories.

Wrmol ~~a

"flUd~d~cw~ J~ad~o~&'

Dorothy Buelow, '40, and Muriel Fish-
man, '40, with Arthur Colman, '39. The second in thq series of Fra-
Miss Buelow wore yellow satin, hal- ternity Nights given at the Union
ter neck style, and Miss Fishman was membership dances will honor Aca-
dressed in a white gown, Juliet style, cia today, Richard Fox, '39, of the
with red velvet lacings down the Union Executive Council, has an-
front, and red shoes. nounced.
Betty Fariss, of Ann Arbor, who At 10 p.m. Bob Steinle's orchestra
was the guest of John Rinek, '39E., will play three Acacia songs, which
was wearing a white chiffon Graecian will be sung by the 40 members of
dress, with red and blue irredescence the fraternity and their guests. Fol-
around the neck and a red and blue lowing the songs by this group, which
sequins cap. Margaret McCall, '39, will gather in front of the band stand,
who attended with John Thompson, the band will play some Michigan
'39, wore a beck gown with silver songs, and the dancers will join in
stripes. the singing.
Margaret Whzittemnore. 41, th e Phi Gamma Delta was the honor
guest of D. Phillip Clark, '39, wasI farternity in the first of this series
seen in changeable taffeta with a which began last Friday night. The
quilted cape. Martha Essig, '41, wore series will continue throughout the
white chiffon with silver accessories. remainde' of the school year.
Miss Essig was the guest of Phillips1
Whittemore, '39E. ]
E A RMORY 1

January

ZWERDLING'S 34th

Sale

Saddle Shoes and Ankle ocks
MOST OF US can "spot" a campus woman at once by glancing
at her feet and ankles. This winter one invariably sees bright
ankle socks and "rather soiled" saddle shoes. It's a practical
as well as colorful vogue which promises to be good this Spring
too.. ..so if you haven't yours yet, get them now at Goodyear's.

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Saddle Shoes
White elk with brown calf
saddles ... rubber soles and
rubber spring heels. All sizes.
5.00 pair
..
5. . .

Chi Gauna Phi To hear
Dlr. Irving Scott Speak
Chi Gamma Phi, geographical so-
ciety, will hear Dr. Scott of the ge-
ology department speak at a meeting
to be held Monday at 8 p.m. in Room,
209 Angell Hall.
Dr Scott will tell of his travels in
the West. Following the business3
meeting there will be a social meeting.

ODA NC E
WEDE.-FR1,-SAT
HERB "RED" RITZ'S
BAND
Every Wednesday & Friday
-GIFT NIT E

of FURS
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS on Fine Furs in Styles that
look brightly forward- instead of dimly back.
FUR CO9ATS
USUALLY 299. to 399.
199.

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Hello,I
F ( Sec. li

Folks!

Ankle Socks

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We've just rceived a new ship-
inent of cashmere socks with
firm Lastex tops, well reinforced
heels and toes. Nearly every
pastel you can name, also white,
brown, and navy.
5C pi

PERSIAN LAMB

CARACUL

DYED LAMB

THE SUGAR BOWL FEATURES:
SERVlCE with a Smile!
A Complete Wine List for you fine connoiseurs of
Wine!
Values in everything ---- Our home-made Candy is
a value' in itself.
4, Evervthina you could want to eat - Our dinners

SQUIRREL
MINK PAWS
LEOPARD
PERSIAN PAWS

JAP WEASELS
HUDSON SEAL DYED MUSKRAT

Others as low as $59.
See for yourself what a January Sale means at

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