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January 08, 1939 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

League

House Women

Will

Give

Tea ForFaculty Sunda
Symphonies Are Favored At League

House Mothers To Appear In Union Ice Carnival Friday Ruthven Teas
Asked To Pour; Continue Wit
400 Expected-. , 4th Wednesd

th
ay

Five Zones To Give Affair
Headed By Gladys Engle
In Ballroom Of League
Another event in the new social
program sponsored by league house
women will be the faculty tea to be
given from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
in the ballroom of the League.
Zones IV, V, VI, VII and VIII have
invited more than 400 faculty mem-
bers and their wives to attend, as well
as the house mothers of the league
houses in the various zones. Senior
Society and the League House Presi-
dents Association of Assembly are
cooperating in planning the affair.
The house mothers will pour.
The league house social committee
making arrangements for the affair
is headed by Gladys Engle, '40, of
Keusch League House.
Committee Is Listed
Others on the committee are Betty
Myers, '39, president of the group;
Jane Schroeder, '39, vice-president
of the Dey league house; Frieda Hart-
inan, 42, of Austin League House;
Catherine Roeldey, '40, of Paul league
house; Sylvia Fidelholtz, '4, of Gor-
ton league house and Fifi Angleson,
'41, of Gorman league house.
Among the house mothers given
special invitations are, in Zone. IV,
Mrs. Rose G. Bannasch, Mrs. Myrtle
Gray, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. J. S.
Gorman, Mrs. Walter Wagner and
r Mrs. A. E. Dunlap. Those from Zone
V will be Mrs. I. 'W. Swaney, Mrs.
P. M eusch, Mrs. R. C. Higley, Mrs.
Florence Slade, Mrs. Lera Pray and
Mrs. Judson King.
Zone VI Is Invited
Mrs. Isabelle Holcomb, Mrs. Mur-
ton Peer, Mrs. Emnma Farley, Mrs.
Leonard Miller, Mrs. Warren Cordes,
Mrs. Jennie Stoneburner, Mrs. Wil-
lian Bunch and Mrs. Della Mitchell,
from Zone VI, are expected to attend.
From Zone VII will be Mrs. H. W.
Freeman, Mrs. Nan Riggs, Miss Lil-
lian Snell, Mrs. Frederick Colvin,
Miss Jean Adams, Mrs. Grace Rad-
ford and Mrs. J. E. Maddy Zone VIII
house mothers include Mrs. Clyde
Keppel, Mrs. Olion Shauman, Mrs.
Alfred Icheldinger, Mrs. Pauline Si-
mon, Mrs. Rose Zimmer, Mrs. J. C.
Wilson and Mrs. May Rooks.-
AW. Good e w
Will Give Talk
For Assembly
Mr. Alfred W. Goodhew, proprie-
tor of a local floris shop, will give an
address on flower arrangements at
the meeting of Assembly at 5 p.m.
Tuesday in the League. The business
meeaing will begin at 4:30 p.m., Betty
Jane Mansfield, president, announ-
ced.
Mr. Goodhew's topic will be "Floral
Arrangements and Care of Cut
Flowers," and he will demonstrate his
lecture by fixing actual flower dis-
plays as he talks. His talk will deal
with the simple home arrangements
of materials such as the average
housewife has at her disposal. Mr.
Goodhew has addressed various sec-
tions of the Faculty Womens Club
since 1918, as well as the many gar-
den clubs of Michigan and florist
conventios.
All women on campus are invited
to attend this part of the program,
Miss Mansfield said. All Assembly
representatives must be present at
the business meeting beginning at
4:30 p.m., she said, and are to be on
time, so that they will be finished in
time for the lecture.
It is very important that each
house have a representative there.
Attendance will be taken as the mem-
bers enter the room. Anyone wishing
to be excused must inform Miss
Mansfield of the fact by tomorrow
night.

J.G.P. Groups
Plan Meetings

Special Invitations Given
Eight Groups; Social
Committee Will Assist
The next Ruthven tea of the se-
mester will be held from 4 p.m. to 6

Campus Prefers Boston
Orchestra To Goodman
Benny Goodman and the boys may
still relax and "beat it out" for will-
ing ears and loyal hearts at the local
coffee houses, but, over at the Lea-
gue Concourse, Koussevitsky, Sto-
kowski, and the Boston Symphony
Orchestra are the artists most in
demand.

'

p.m. Wednesday at the home of the And recordings of Brahms' "First"
President, -Mary Minor. '40, chair-and "Fourth" Symphonies, Beetho-
m sn, tnnounceryesterda.4 hiven's "Ninth" and "Seventh", and
man, announced yesterday. all of Wagner's music are overwhelm-
Eight special groups have been in- ing favorites with an audience which
vited to the tea to be given by Presi- hardly ever requests Gershwin's
dent and Mrs. Ruthven. The groups "Rhapsody in Blue" or even "Mood
include Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Chi I'digo," according to Mary Porter,
Omega, Zone I of the league houses.IGrad SM, and Beryl Harrison, '39SM,
operators of the League electric vic-
Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Kappa trola.
~ipu -n -i -san -ima -rin-

Epsilon, Phi Kappa, Sigma; Triangle!

-Courtesy of Detroit News.y
Miss Evelyn Denne, left, and Miss Phyllis Ratnour will be among the
40 skaters from Detroit who will take part in the Union Ice Carnival
Friday which is being sponsored by the "Sinister Six." Elections for
queen of the carnival are being held this week.
Michigan, Too, Was On Hand
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and Acacia.
The members of the faculty and
'heir wives who have been given spe-
cial invitations are Dr. and Mrs.j
Hirsch Hootkins, Mr. and Mrs. RoyI
W. Sellars, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo A.
Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Griggs,
and Dr. Margaret Bell.
Members of the social committee,
hecaded by Miss Minor. will assist at
the tea. The names of the members
who will be asked to help will be an-
nounced later, Miss Minor said.
This is the fourth tea to be given
by the President this semester. All
students are invited to attend.

w nen jDrenc.a

Adm~itting "theres little difference
betweer debutantes ard co-eds," a
Michigan man revealed yesterday
that he had attended the recent $50,
000 debutl of Brenda Frazier, 1938's
glittering glamor girl, in New York
City. . I
Preferring to remain nameless lest
hi9 mail be flooded with further in-
vitations, our ambassador of good-
will, who is also a senior in the liter-
ary college, described himself as "just
one' of the 300 stags" who aided the
beautiful heiress to "come out" into
the world. He refused to disclose the
source of his invitation.
Brenda Had 'em All Beat
Miss Frazier, the local envoy de-
olared, would stand out in any crowd
and, in his opinion, the 1,250 mem-
bers of cafe society who descended
upon the ballroom of the Ritz-Carl-
ton were not exceptions. He denied
that 18 year-old Miss Frazier's fu-
ture inheritance of four millioi dol-
lars had influenced his opinion. He

i 1viade Hnear Dow;
also discounted the possibility that'
some of the 50 cases of champagne
served at the season's most dazzling
debut had gone to his head.
"There were three boys to every
girl," the Michigan man told The
Daily, "so I did not have an oppor-
tunity to dance with Brenda. In fact,'
I spoke to her only when I entered.
She was standing between two social
secretaries, her family and four
guards. Brenda danced the rhumba
until 7 a.m. with about 100 other
stags"
Beautiful-Like Heddy Lamarr '
Miss Frazier was dressed in a shiny
white gown with feathers, Ann Ar-
bor's representative related, and was
beautiful like Hedy Lemarr."
Brenda Frazier is a graduate of
several exclusive finishing schools
and most of New York's night clubs.
Our ambassador did not know
whether she could be persuaded to
come to Michigan.

W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow through
Friday; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
D ance Club: Meetings at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday and at 4:15 p.m.
4Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing: Meetings at 4:15 p.m.
tomorrow and at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. to-
morrow, Wednesday and Friday;
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
p.m. tomorrow at Union pool.
CORRECTION
It was erroneously stated in yes-
terday's Daily that Dorothy Ann
Briscoe, '37, was married to Robert
G. Carny. The ceremony is sched-
uled to take place June 18, as an-
nounced by the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Briscoe of Trenton.

- ank's D 0 "' At Top
In a survey taken last year of the
same group of records, it was found
that Franck's "D Minor Symphony"
ranked highest; otherwise, approxi-
mately the same music and artists
were most requested then, as now.
One reason, perhaps, why "swing"
records are requested so rarely-and
one of the operators stated that she
couldn't remember the last time she
played a Goodman record-is that
the collection, which is a gift of the
Carnegie Foundation, contains very
little music of this type, only a few
of the better known "classics in- jazz"
being included.
At the present time, about 950 re-
cords are available, as well as 80
books on music and 150 scores, also
granted in the Carnegie donation.
No fund has been provided to add to
the collection, or to replace broken
records, but a number of replace-
ments have been made possible
through individual initiative. In re-
cent weeks,, students' contributions
Lawyer To Speak
On Seeing Eye Dog
The Delta Gamma Mothers and
Alumnae Club will hold a meeting at
3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Yeague.
Mr. Ellsworth Smith, Detroit law-
yer, will speak on "The Seeing Eye
Dog." Mr. Smith, who is blind him-
self, will be accompanied by his own
'dog. All money acquired by the club
is donated to the organization of the
Seeing Eye Dog.
This meeting of the club will be
open to the general public.

v SHOWER GIFTS "T
for the
1939 BRIDE
Brdge Sets, Luncheon Sets
and other fine linens,
Always Reasonably Priced
GAGE LINEN SHOP
10 NICKELS ARCADE

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Tastel.
Wool & Crepe
to wear now
jY 'neath your coat!
These colors: Lime Chartreuse
Teal blue Sky blue Powder blue
Strawberry Pink Mustard Red
Beige Grey

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Publicity, Music,
Will Meet This

Tickets
Week

The following announcements con-
cerning the Junior Girls Play were
made yesterday.
Junior women interested in being.
in Junior Girl's Play choruses must
attend dancing classes to be held
at 4 p.m. Tuesday and 1 p.m. Satur-
day, Maxine Nelson, '40, chairman
of the dance committee, announced.
A meeting of the publicity com-
mittee will be held at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow. It is essential that every
member be present, Katherine Mac-

SKATING DRESSES
Will Highlight the Ice Carnival
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR STATUS as a skater, you'll cut
a fancy figure at the Ice Carnival in the smooth, uncluttered
lines of a dress meant for skating. Princesse style dresses in
turquoise, navy or wine flannel . . . 22.50. Matching panties
5.00. Brief wine flannel skirt with jersey pants attached
10.50. Matching jersey pullover . . 6.50. Flannel parka
hood .. . 2.50. Two-piece skating dresses with separate skirts
faced with contrasting taffeta and plaid. In black velveteen
17.50. In stone blue, black or brown jersey . . . 15.00 and
22.50.

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TO LIFT your wardrobe out of its mid-winter doldrums,
thedoctor orders a pastel frock! New modified monastic
styles! Two-piece shirtmakers! New pleating, braiding and

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