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January 16, 1938 - Image 5

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SHE- I 111 G' AN A IIN


TH_..a _ TT ArN fa T.y


League House
Group To Give

Gay Gloves Add'Urmph' To Ski Suits

Ti Take Place At 6 PiM-
In IAVtgile; Bety Notley
IS (:ItOmin Of Evetit
Its first social venture, a buffet sup-
per, will be given by the League House
Representatives at 6 p.m. today in
the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room ofj
the League. Guests will be exclusive-
ly women living in league houses. I
As a special entertainment feature'
the electrical phonograph recently
given to the University by the Car-
negie Foundation, will be played for
the first time, according to Betty Not-
ley, '39, temporary chairman of the
'Nutcraclker Suite' To Ie played
Some of the records to be playedl
are selections from the "Nutcracker
Suite," by Tschaikovsky. "Pomp and
Circumstance" by Elgar and selec-1
tions from "Scheherezade" by im
Guests will also be able to play.
cards, ping pong and darts. The
charge for the supper is 35 cents.
Hostesses for the affair will be wom-
en living ,in Zone I, which includes
the McClain, Augsburger, Wilson,
Coon, and McGregor league houses
and the League.
Faculty Guests Will Be Present
Faculty guests will be Dean Alice
Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel
McCormick and Miss Marie Hartwig,
of the women's physical education de-
partment. The committee in charge
of the supper includes Miss Notley.
Mary Evelyn Owen, '40, Betty Myers,
'39, Mabel Pawloski, '39, and Helen,
Barnett, '41.
"I hope all women living in league
houses will come to the supper," Miss
Notley said, "because it will be very.

W eek's An eM ovie, Llyg w Iee ti: will be the last c *hancethese
W e s ~ t'~C i fl I' V 0V v oenn xn ill have to attend lthe lee-
Nlist Be At$eil(Ie'( tures. for-they will not be given again
Foo Dance And Finish Chorus! until February, 1939. She also said
All women who are deficient in that in years passed several women
Sshtheir hygiene requirements and ex- have not been able to graduate. be-
home. pect to be graduated in June, 1938, cause they lacked only their hygiene
AiMihia ; 'ty G rou hme
1l Because of approaching finals and at the close of the summer session, or requirement.
1 Present Ihrd Show the end of the semester, several of in February, 1939, are warned that Registration for the course will
the University's series of entertain- they must complete this requirement take place at the time of registration
With the last full week of careless ments will be discontinued until the by attending the lectures to be given for other courses in Waterman Gym-
youth ahead of us before the axe falls, second semester gets under way. next semester, announced Dr. Vida nasium. There will be six sections
the campus may look forward to Among them are Ruthven teas and Gordan, of the Health Service. of the series and lectures will be held
scenes of hysterical gaiety for the University lectures. Dr. Gordan stressed the fact that once a week for six weeks.
next few days.
"The Awful Truth." another in the
recent cycle of "screwball farces. U TZEL'S
opens at th Michligan today. Car'yed ig- ______________
Grant, Irene Dunne and the whiskery
little dog of "Thin Man" fame share antdLiberty attMain
stellar honors in the film. Miss Dunne t ..-,
recently came forth in "TheodoraWt
Goes Wild," her first real comedy!LLQ"LY W(loea
role. "The Awful Truth," from all' ! 0t
reports, is one of the oustanding SixOn
funny films of 1937. J ane Fisher, daughter of Mr. and


Norwegian patterns, bold stripes, and . red finge
featured in glevcs foi campus wear and sports.. Th
accent to ski teg and are especially suitable for tod
snow train. Smartness and- comfort are combined
weaves which are of 'heavy wool and are warmly i
ae ribbed at the wrist, making them fit more tighi
greater piotection, from cold, so the wearer will be both
ShortiHr Codf tres Fi
a i~ ]\Tewest Hairdressiii

Aris.Jail Fisher of Detroit, and John
nuesday night hill Auditorium is Richards of Detroit were married
again open to all music lovers, offer- terg th odistC ur the Westms
tei Mehodst hurhDetroit. Mrs.;
ing the Finnish Chorus from the -
' tips are being University of Helsinki. Martti Turu- wad aiatteed withe Kappa Ka
ey give a bright nen is the conductor. This is the s affiliated with Kappa Kappa
day's trip on the group's first American tour. After Mrs. Charles Brooks of Ann Ar-
in these novelty touring Sweden, Germany. Austria, bor recently announced the engage-
nterlined. Some ronen F nd busin ment of her daughter, Pauline, '34, to
tly prominent Finnish business John R. McMullen of Ann Arbor, on
and insuring only too glad to finance anos.. H
smart and warm. American trip for the chorus. The of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mc-
Intercollegiate Musical Council ten- Mullen. The wedd g will take place
dered the invitation to the Finns after F Kappa Kappa Gamma m
a ured their president, Marshall Bartholo-K
mew, conductor of the Yale Univer- Mrs. Marshall Murray of Newark,
sity Glee Club, heard the singers N.J., announced the engagement of
when visiting Poland. her daughter, Eureka Cahill, '39, to
Over 50 years ago t chorus called Harold King, '38, of Riveredge, N.J.

There's a new call out! It's "up with
the hair," and stylists really sound
scrious about this rearranging of
feminine locks.
The newest hair styles feature
shorter hair-much shorter-which is
swirled upwards to show the lobes of
the ears and the nape of the- neck.

informal and it will be a grand op- Someone has said that the nape of the
portunity to get acquainted." The neck is the most appealing part of a
next supper will be given Sunday, woman's head. It's all a matter of
Jan. 23, and men will be invited to opinion, of course, but if it's true,
attend. there ought to be a great deal of
appeal in evidence this season. It
Musicale b I T bit promises to mark the close of the
ui ireign of the ".flowing mane."

By Alumnac ,C uh
More than 250 members of the
Michigan Alumnae Club attended aj
tea and musicale at the home of Mrs.
Harry Boyd Earhart, Friday. Due to
the success of the membership cam-
paign of the club, $100 was added to
the scholarship and fellowship fund
for Ann Arbor women.
Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, president of
the club, announced the club's pro-
gram for the rest of the season, which
will include a speech by Mrs. Lillian
Gilbreth, well known efficiency en-
gineer, and a talk by Miss Wilma De-
muth of Chicago, who is prominent in
the field of interior decorative design.
Mrs. Alfred H. White and Mrs.
Joseph Bursley assisted Mrs. Earhartl
by presiding at the tea table.

All the accent, we are told, is to be
on the small head with the hair ar-
ranged in a precise manner-and a
very feminine one, too. So, to be up
to the minute, you should smooth
down those free locks and arrange
them into little curls. Soft curls placed
high on top with an off the face swirl,
or flat curls fastened tightly in the
Grecian line around the head are
among the most advanced styles.
If you prefer not to part with your
long bob and yet desire a fashionable
headdress, you might brush your hair
up into curls covering your head. Or
your classical features may survive
that severe arrangement in which the
hair is pulled back tightly from a
center part to be fastened into Vic-
torian side rolls. The long back hair
iS arranged in a cluster of high curls.
These headdresses have one definite

practicability, at least. They are fore dn igr f esniws
theStuentSiger ofHesini ws he wedding will take place Friday,
pratiabtyth flabsyant eyeningformedthe purpose being the crea- Feb. 11, at Adelia Cheever House. The
suited to thea ae oyant evening tion and development of Finnish couple plan to continue their school-
tournamnents that are reaching moreF'inhrinAnrb.
and more skyward with additional Choral Music. Honoary American ing here in An Arbor.
emphasis upon points north, south, sponsors include Walter Damrosch.
east and west. They are just what Iserge Koussevitzky, Eugene Ormandy, E. *llio
the new hats with the high crowns Leopold Stokoski and Frederick
and narrow orims, decorated with Stock.
huge pom-poms, wings, long tassels Student Written Play To Be Giveno
and feathers seem to call for. Play Production's third show of
the year will be given Thursday, Fri-
It is certain, of course, that just as j day and Saturday. The title: "This Engageiient Announced
this campus, correctly enough, sees j Proud Pilgrimage." The author:,
little of the most extreme hats, so will Norman Rosten, Grad. The play won ecsterd.aly In [Detroit
it see little but modifications of these the Maxwell Anderson Prize for poet-
unique headdresses, but it is well to al a i 1937. . p nno- Mrs. Alice M. Elliott, of Detroit.
know them in order to arrange a Friday brings that strange culmin- auhed Mar Elliott o De'.
more simple version.atnofththuhsndeorsf daughter, Mary Elliott, '38, to Dr.
inoicsimpe verion.atitin of the thoughts and efforts of Leland H. Pence, yesterday in De-
some of the University's more warped troitd . Pence, yeson o M. -
r mids-OO. t semsthatDoulastroit. Dr. Pence is the son of Mr. and
WYVERN TO MEET TOMORROW minds-FOO. It seems that Douglas Mrs. Samuel A. Pence of Orlando,
There will be an important meet- Farmer thought of the idea of having Fla.
ing of Wyvern at 5 p.m. tomorrow in a costume ball, which will be given The announcement was made at
the League, it was announced yester- on two floors of the Union. /Charlie Mrs. Elliott's home at a dessert bridge
day by Harriet Pomeroy, '39, presi- Zwick, (the League will be closed) M narty given in honor of Mrs. William
dent. All members must be present. and Bob Steinle will play. Some two i,'37. Mrs. Morgan, the form-.
thousand balloons will be scattered er Frances Rice, is a sorority sister of
W.A.A. SCHEDULE about the building at strategic points. the bride-elect.
Badminton: Women's singles ome foo, hey kid? Miss Elliott is affiliated with Kap-
tournament this week. Group play months returns to a downtownfmrcet pa Kappa Gamma sorority and is a'
7:15 to 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, 4:30 thsretns to adowtown member of the theatre-arts commit-
theatre on Fi'iday and Saturday.teofheLau.D.Pnercid
to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Barbour Gym- "Stella Dallas" is the name-a very tee of the League. Dr. Pence received
lhis B.A. degree from the University of
nasium. I moving drama, the kind that makes!
Basketball: Women's Intramural m mg dk Florida, and was graduated from the
tIournament; Jordan Hall vs. Kap- medical school here in June, 1937. He
pa Alpha Theta, Zone Ia vs. Zone PLEDGING ANNOUNCED is a member of Sigma Xi, scientific
Tb, 5:10 p.m. tomorrow; Kappai Alpha Gamma Delta sorority an- fi'aternity.
Kappa Gamma vs. Alpha Epsilon nounces the pledging of Margaret J. . The wedding will take place some-
Phi, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday; Kappa Harris, '41, of Chicago, today. time this summer.
Delta vs. Zone IV, Gamma Phi The biggest printed stationery
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An important meeting of the pro-i
gram committee of the 1938 Junior
Girl's Play wili be held at 4 p.m.
Tuesday at the League, Jane Holden,
'39. chairman announced today.

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