THE MICHIGAN DAILY
dill Sawyer mill Play For First Inter-Dormitory Dance Decem
Sigma Alpha Iota I
Will Hold Musical
Sigma Alpha Iota will hold a mu-
sical at 8 p.m. Monday at the home;
of Mrs. 'Earl Wolaver. Assisting Mrs.
Wolaver will be Mrs. Carl Huber and
Mrs. George Langford both of Ann
Helen Byrns, '39 is to play a group
of piano numbers by Debussy, Mrs.
Nelson Eddy, who will be a special
guest, will sing a selection by Ravel.
Accompanying Mrs. Eddy will be
a string quartet including Thelma
Newell of the faculty of the School
of Music, Vryl Harrison, '39, Char-
lotte Lewis, '40 who will' play the
cello, and Elizabeth Baxter, '39, play-
ing the viola.
There will be a talk by Prof. Weav-
er of the English Department during
the program. Martha Bailey, '39,1
will introduce Professor Weaver.
Archery: Meeting at 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Women's Ath-
Dance: Meetings at 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday and at 4:15 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Riding: Crop and Saddle sup-
per ride at 5 p.m. Wednesday at
Swimming: Tryouts for swim-
ming club at 4 p.m. Monday at
Volleyball: Will be announced
Organ Recitals To Be Held
Palmer Christian, University organ-
ist, will appear in the last recital in
the series presented this semester,
at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday in Hill Audi-
torium. T'he public is invited to at-
Christmnastide Zeelandl Lectre
Come -Across n ancy ove
On Week's Program
To Be Theme
Lectures by Dr. Paul Van Zeeland,
Thomas Doesing, and Prof. Howard
Will Give Informal Dance Thurman, and the second movie in
In Ballroom Of League; the Art Cinema - League historical
All Women May Attend series, promise to make this week on
A_____e y e campus an interesting one.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will Dr. Van Zeeland will speak at 8:15
B p.m. Tuesday in Hill Auditorium on
play for the first "Christmas Come- "Proposed Roads to World Peace."
9cross," to be held from p.m. to The lecturer is a prominent ccono-
Is To Lecture
At Club Dinner,
Meeting Of International ;
Relations Group To Be
Wednesday At League
A lecture describing her experiences
in Paris during the recent Czechoslo-
vakian crisis will be given by Mrs.
Costume Group To Meet I Dormitory To Entertain
The Costume Group of the Theatre: Martha Cook Building will hold its
Arts Committee of the League will annual open house from 3 to 5 p.m.
meet at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in the today, during which time the resi-
Costume Room of the League. All dents will be permitted to show their
members must be present and it has, fathers and men friends their rooms.
be muce thbprn all ot h Sunday supper will follow the open
been armounced that all other per- 1house at 5:30 p.m. Mary Dierberger,
sons interested may attend. '39Ed, is chairman.
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For Information --Call MISS JONES at 2-3241
midnight Friday, Dec. 10 in the
League Ballroom. This informal dancer
is sponsored by the Inter-Dormitory
Board of Assembly.
All independent women from the
dormitories, league houses, Couzens
Hall, and Ann Arbor Independents are
specially invited to the dance. How-
ever, all women on-campus are invited
to attend. The tickets will be priced
at a dollar a couple.
Sawyer's band, which will featurej
Virginia Lee, vocalist, was first intro-
duced to the Michigan campus at the
Law Club. The orchestra played on
the program at Varsity Night, and
gained further recognition by winning
the "Battle of Music" at Yale. Saw-
yer will play at the Hotel Statler in
Detroit Thanksgiving and at the
Book-Cadillac Hotel the night before
Jean Harley Is Chairman
The central committee for the
dance is headed by Jean Harley, '39,
of Mosher. Frances Burgess, '39A, also
of Mosher will be assistant chairman.
Patricia Matthews, '40, of Jordan, is
n charge of publicity, and Roslyn
Fellman, '40, of Betsy Barbour, is
chairman of the finance committee.
Sara Manthei, '40, of Martha Cook,
is ticket chaitman. Mary Allison, '40.
is in charge of decorations.
Bingo games, bridge and. dart-
throwing will be the entertainment
provided for the evening, besides
LUCIAN LELONG deserves a big
hand, gals. They've just brought
out an iglea that is newer than
tomorrow. For those of you who
seem to have just a bit of feminine
indecision when it comes to pick-
ing a lipstick color - this is mana
from the skies. Calkins-Fletcher
has Lelong's new Duvetyn lipstick
packaged with three little testers,
one the same shade, one lighter
and one darker. You may try these
shades, count the Votes, and if you
don't break the seal on the big
lip stick you can exchange it for
the shade you like. Now isn't that
the answer to your prayer.
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DID YOU KNOW that the best
pick-me-up for a definitely off-
the-register-Blue Book is a brand
new dress. DILLONS suggest a
smart new inexpensive wool, just
the frock to add new zip to' your
wardrobe. We mean those clever
little numbers that you can wear
any and do wear everywhere be-
cause you get so many compli-
ments. There is a super-tailored
turquoise wool with tiny enameled
cigarettes packs for studs. A mossy
green outfit gives a stunning air,
of "What It Takes" with a huge
studded belt. An orange and russet
wool looks just the perfect foil for
a fur coat. You won't be able to
leave without one.
certain touch that DI MATTIA'S
BEAUTY SHOP gives your pretty
curls. Mrs. Di recommends a brand
new hair do. When you've got
that mid-semester slump. A scalp
treatment will snap ylou right up
into Class "A." Don't let the other
gals get ahead of you. Make a
standing date right now, and be
sure you'll really take the bows!
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THE WOMAN PAYS AND
PAYS - at least when it comes to
silk stockings! Isn't that right,
gals? But here's -the savior of col-
lege allowances, a pair of stock-
ings that will wear five weeks, six-
teen hours every day ! No exag-
geration, that's one gal's personal
experience. And where do you find
this marvel - why at the POLHE-
MUS HAT SHOP when you ask
for Larkwood Hosiery. You aren't
forgetting Thanksgiving vacation
and that "looking-like-a-million"
effect you want to make. Miss
Polhemus can fix you up with a
new bonnet which will make that
IF YOU'RE HARD TO PLEASE!
Have you found it quite a problem
to find the sort of Christmas card
you like? If so you will be trot-
ting' right down to CHESTER
ROBERTS GIFT SHOP for the
grandest showing of Holiday greet-
ings. This year they're really new
and smart and different! Here's
your happy hunting ground for
gay Xmas wrappings, too; ideas
galore and you had better snap
them up before they're gone.
mist, consulted in many financial Lillian Mowrer at the first Interna-
crises. tional Relations Dinner of
Doesing, Director of the Public Li-talpe Dnery f the season
brary Administration of Denmark, at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the League,I
will speak at 4:15 p.m. Thursday in Mrs. Clifford Woody, publicity chair-
the Natural Science Auditorium. His man, announced yesterday.
topic will be "Folk High Schools in The dinner is a project sponsored
Denar by the American Association of
Thurman, professor of Christian University Women, and will be oper
Theology at Howard University, to all persons interested in hearing
Washington, D.C., will speak as al
guest of the Interguild Rally at 7:30 the speech, Mrs. Woody s-id.
p.m. today in the Congregational Author of the book 'Journalist
Church. He will lecture on the topic Wife,' and wife of Edgar Anson Mow-
"Peace?" rer, foreign press correspondent of
Dean Alice Lloyd will lead the the Chicago Daily News, Mrs. Mow-
Freshman Round Table discussion at rer has lived in Europe for the past
4 p.m. Sunday at Lane Hall. "The Po- 20 years. During that time she and
tential Criminal-Whose fault?" will her husband have been on the scene
be the topic for discussion. of every major European situation,
"The Unholy Three," starring Lon have lived in every capital on the
Chaney and Victor McLaglen will be continent and are well acquainted
shown at the Lydia Mendelssohn with the inside facts of political con-
Theatre at 8:15 p.m. tonight under jditions in Europe, Mrs. Woody added.
the auspices of the Art Cinema, Mrs. Mowrer is to speak Wednesday
League. in Detroit in one of the Town Hall
Lecture series, and will come to Ann
Arbor to speak informally at the din-
Tea Is Planned ner. Reservations for the affair may
Sbe made now at the League, or by
calling Mrs. Alfred F. Lovell,' gen-
.r Invitations are extended to persons
S.tEpsilonmembers of the A.A.U.W., Mrs.
gia PiEps To Give Woody said, because the dinner is
Housewarming Party considered an important educational
and social opportunity for those in-
Seven hundred invitations have terested in current political matters.
been extended by the Sigma Phi
Spsilon fraternity to various Univer- Reception To Honor
ity officials, alumni. fraternities, sor-
crities, and members of the faculty Sororit Patroness
or the house warming tea to be giv-
tn from 4 to 6 this afternoon at the A formal reception is being given,
-raternity's new chapter house, which iby the Alpha Delta Pi sorority from
s located at 733 South State St. The
ea is being given in honor of the 4 to 6 p.m. today in honor of Mrs.
'raternity's new house mother, Mrs. Caleb Smith, who is a patroness and
_ . C. Carney. - member of the sorority, and a Junior
Sunday night suppers are becoming
increasingly popular on campus as is
shown by the number being given to-
Alumni House is being entertained
at a Sunday night supper by Mrs. Les-
tie A. Wikle and Mrs. Joseph L. Mark-
'ey, members of the house's board of
A series of Sunday night open-
house suppers is being initiated this
3vening at the Chi Omega house.
Mrs. Helen Newberry Joy, of New
York, will speak at the Helen New-
berry House initiation ceremony for
aew residents of the house which is
.aeing held at 7 p.m. today.
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Catherine
Jackson, '41, of South Bend, Ind.
The residents of the Martha Cook
3uilding are holding an open-house
rom 3 to 5 p.m. today, which will be
'ollowed by a Sunday-night supper
.or the residents and their guests.
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MERRILY WE STROLL ALONG
whether it's to class, coke, or
dance -- you've got to have that
The receiving line will include Mrs.
'arney, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacDon-
>ugh, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Curtis, Mr.
Lewis Mason, a national officer of the
fraternity, Mrs. Henry Sweeney, of
Detroit, Mr. George Weitzel, of De-
troit, Dr. and Mrs. John R. Pear, of
Detroit and Mr . E. Reed Hunt, also
a national officer of the fraternity.
Mrs. Earl Briton will pour assisted
by the wives of Ann Arbor and De-
Mr. Curtis is the president of the
Sigma Phi Epsilon Building Associa-
tion and Mr. MacDonough is the
president of the Detroit alumni chap-
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advisor to the Panhellenic Council.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are moving to
Ashville, N.C., in the near future.
An honored guest will be Miss Max-
ine Blake, grand first vice-president
of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, who
will arrive this afternoon for a short
visit to the sorority.
Mrs. G. E. Mills, senior advisor to
the Panhellenic Council, Mrs. Hugh
Wellman, National Director of the
Alpha Delta Pi mother's clubs, and
Stephanie Parfet, '39, president of
the Panhellenic Council, will pour at
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Jeannette
Perry, Dean Byrl Bacher and Mrs.
.Martha Ray will be guests at a din-
;ner being given tomorrow night by
the sorority in Miss Blake's honor.
$1 -. to
worthy of genius . .
that's how we feel
about our new
new Goatskin shorties
(gloves) that feel
like silk and wear
Kislav suedes, pigskin
and fabric gloves,
angora gloves and mitts .. .
such clever bags
ROMANCE in a dress
wear to important parties
GONE are the days when your evening wrap makes you
twin to every other girl at the dance! Now you can dramatize
YOUR personality in one of a dozen ways: with a demure
button front, dirndl skirt style; with fur or velvet hood
collar; with a stunning full length cape, with fingertip length
coat or cape; and many more! Wine, blue and black velvet.
Als o"unnv fur" jackets and short coats.
you've never seen,
suedes and leathers
in design .. .
while new jewelry
takes the campus cake,
leather boxing gloves
for your lapel
native head pendant . .
be doubly smart
on the campus . . . and later
on. to brilliant holiday affairs
Drifting chiffon with a band of
tiny knife pleats topping the
bodice ... a butterfly bow for
important front fullness. The
bias-cut skirt clings subtly to
your figure . . . floats romanti-
cally behind you when you walk
Truly, a dress to be remem-
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