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January 12, 1939 - Image 5

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u RAY 3AN " i ;;-;e:.THIE .MlICIiTGAN i1I3 A I Y:

C ndergraduate
Tea Is Planned

Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie

Coburn School
Offers Tuition

To Bridge The Seasons

Ann Arbor Members Organize

For Tomorrow


S oeial Committee To GiveI
First Of Year's Series'
In Ballroom Of League



Things are getting a mite feverish, the old mouse says, with finals,
J-Hop, reviews and stuff coming on in a few weeks.
The Alpha Phi house was a collective
bundle of nerves the other day when Jack
Fulton, ex-Paul Whiteman vocalist, came up
to the Phi house for lunch. Same was appear-

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To Designers
All Types Of Fashion Work
Taught; Student To Pay,

The first undergraduate tea of the
year, sponsored by the social commit-
tee of the League, will be held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the ball-
room of the League.
Patronesses who will pour at the
tea are Mrs. Charles H. Hall, Mrs.
Wilbur R. Humphreys, Dean Byrl F.
Bacher, Dean Jeannette Perry, Mrs.
Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. Seymour
Beach Conger, Mrs. Frederic A. Hel-
ler and .Mrs. Dean E. Hobart.
Members of the League social core-
mittee who are also members of the
patroness committee for the tea in-
clude Merida Hobart, SpecEd, chair-
man; Jane Nussbaum; '40; Phyllis
McGeachy, '40; Ruth Davis, '41; Ellen
Redner, '40; Barbara Backus, ,'40;
Suzanne Potter, '40; Phyllis Miner,
'39; Ann Vedder, '41 and Betty Notley,
There will be a meeting of the host-
ess and patroness committees at 3:30
p.m. tomorrow in the League Under-
graduate Office. All members of
the social committee are expected to
attend the tea, Barbara Heath, '39,
social committee chairman, an-
nonced yesterday,
All undergraduate women are in-
vited to attend the tea, Miss Heath]
said. There will be no admission
P hi.EtaSigma
Holds Initiation

ing with Ramona and her m
theatre. and was acquainted wi
sisters. Seems the girls started
up at 10 in the morning, so they
b all set by the time he got the:

en at a local
th one of the
getting dolledl
'd be sure and,
re. so says our

Own Living Expenses
Tobe-Coburn. fashion school in
New York, is offering five $700
scholarships to women who will re-
ceive their A.B. or B.S. this year
from some accrc'dited school. No

Freshman Society
Prof. A. D. Moore


operative 63B Parfet. Anyway, It was quiteN, Imore than one to go to any- school.
sight. with all the best angora sweaters in view.j Applicants must be prepared to pay{
The social committee met to discuss vital their living expenses in New York
problems the other day, and to remove some for one year, the period of the schol
of the more lax members of the group. Anne ar The drs ove tui-
Kingston was there, Ginny Osgood, Barbara arship. The 700 dollars covers tui-
Benedict, Mary Fran R e e k, Barbara Word of the contest was sent to
Zapp, Marjorie Strand, Barbara Grill and Patty Haff. Barbara Heath pre- Dean Alice Lloyd, and women who
sided, Phyllis Miner read the minutes with restrained emotion, as Betty are seriously interested will find inx
Rouse, Mary Jane Kronner, Jean Tenofsky, Betty Notley, Ruth Chatard, her office several of the school's cata-
Mary Ashley, Jeanne Donaldson, Ann Vedder and Jenny Petersen listened. logues, showing the courses available
and thevarious careers for which'
Louisa Penny H-as A Nasty Start +. . they ~will berepared. ApplicationI
Louisa Penny had herself a scare at the Theta emporium the other day. blanks are there, and must be sent
She came shying out of her room bellowing something about a nest of rats rbefore Tuesday, Jan. 31.
having taken over the place. Marie, part of the help, and Jane Grove in- The courser s omen for
vestigated and found instead, one medium-sized flying squirrel (don't look prepaygsyw ,mer-o
at me! That's what they say, so help 'em) which had just finished a tasty handising and advertising in de-
snack off of a good woolen skirt and a couple of curtains. Such is life in partment stores; in fashion writing;
the backwoods of Meechigan. Thank heaven there's been editing, advertising, and promotion
no trouble from the Indians since the Ropublicans got with magazines.
back in. Art schools throughout the coun-
The badminton tournament still carries on with try train thousands for the field of
June Roberts, Annette Kemper, Mary Hayes and Mary < costume design, but this is the only
Rodgers. Fencers deluxe, or en garde or whatever, are school which prepares its.studentsfor
fashion work in which ideas are at a
Julia Ann Upson, Olga Dobosz and Mrs. Gladys Kelsey. shpremium, but ability in drawing or
More coffee hours are being offered by the boysi- designing is not esseintial,
woysies at the Union on Tuesday afternoons. This week ".. The curriculum includes courses in
Mrs. Samuel T. Dana and Mrs. Mitchell, the latter of fabrics, fashion advertising, clothes I.
the Chi Omega house, poured. Dancing, a la dervish, history, fashion markets, color and
were Helen Jean and Don Kipka, Jim Palmer cutting in on Isabel Bruyere, design, merchandising,. reporting,
Ted Spangler and Lyn Gardner, Wally Wendell, cutting in on all the girls display, fashion writing, publi peak-
so our dispatch says) and Jean Strauss. ,}ing and salcsmanship..
A ~i~f IIGra dvates Pla ee.dIii Stores
GrimConversation At Co fee our. School lite*ature ind'icates that
Faith Watkins, Mary Mooney and Helen Tucker were engaged in 1 a 011the day of gi duatiol.Est year
somewhat grim and serious conversation. Others there were Jean Linsey, e ore than ilf t1e gr1duating i(Iss
Jean Hastie, Lenny Eastman, Betty Hamburger, Winifred Cooper and Mini ora natnsas B1onw. citT lr, lrd
organizations s Bonwit-Treller,, Lord
Szold. and Taylor, Macy and ..Company,_
The Triangles girded up their courage and asked the Wyvern dollies to John Waniamaker, in New York,
a lunch at the Union yesterday noon. Bob Smith and Joe Kennicott ap- Himelhoch's in Detroit, and other
appeared and chatted amiably with the gals, prominent department stores all over
taking the whole proceeding quite in their stride. the country.
Johnny Haigh presided and made all the blush- Similar to Vogue's Prix de Paris
ing members of both groups get up and intro- contest, the Tobe-Coburn scholar-
duce themselves. Gosh, fellers, it was just like ship offers possibilities for an excit-
the first day of Speech 31! Al Conrath, Jack ing future in fashion work.-
C . Shuler, Andy Ashburn, Enora Ferriss, Zelda-
-Davis, Barbara Backus, John Mills and LarryI CHA
' Rinek were feeding their little mows. Hladley CHAPTER HOUS
Smith, Beth O'Roke, Florence Brotherton, Mary I ACTIVITY NOTES
Minor, Dave Cushing, President of T'iangles,
Bob Thalner, Tommy Jester, Jean Tibbits, Patty
Haislip and Alberta Wood, President of Wyvern all showed up for the feed. News from chapter notes of this
Students Carry On At Fourth T ea week includes the pledging and in-
sitiation of several hew members.
Yesterday's Ruthven Tea saw Jane Mougey seated on the floor beside Kappa Delta
a lighted curio cabinet obliviously reading a book in the midst of the chat- Sally Gory, '42, of Ann Arbor, was
ter. Carolyn Ross, Poodie Pomeroy and Roberta Chissus poured, assisted by pledged to Kappa Delta.
Betty Nixon and Jane Nussbaum. M.K. Adams, Peg Pulte, Ted Grace, Bill Alpha Omicron Pi
Davison, Betty Ann Chaufty, Margo Thom and Dr. Bell were all there. Alpha Omicron Pi pledged two new,
Don't forget the boxing matches Tuesday, girls, when you can go members, Amy Davidson, '41, of Han-
and watch the musclemen belabor each other. Sounds good. cock, New York, and Alice Hoff, '41,
of Detroit.
pLambda Chi Alpha
Among the fraternities, Lambda
Chi Alpha initiated harry Kohl, '41E,
AV and Vincent Gottschalk, '41E.

Formed F,_i--t Year- Plans I members of Mortar Board. The af-
fair was so successful that it iF to be
Include An Annual TeP given annually, Miss Hartwig state.
On Coinixiencuemeit I The Alumni also '*ntertained the
lactive chapter at a tea during the
By DORIS BROWN Ilholidays and attended their initia-
The Ann Arbor Alumnae of Mortar tion,
Board was established as a perma-
nent organization in1 Janu 13 Conmpany F Plans
and has held meetings hroughoutth
past year. It was formed 't the sug- Party For 111itiatEs
gestion of Mortar Boar's national
headquarters. F Foth Regient
Miss Marie Hartwig. hairman of CompanyFFour
the assoc'ation. said that the fact that of Scabbard* and Blade is holding a
50 members of the Michigan chapter Winter Carnival in honor of theiriin-
are living in Ann Arbor helped estab- itiates from 3 p.m. to midnight today
lish it.. 'at the Huron Hills Country Club, Wil-
At the first meeting, uhe 50 mem- liam Coby, '39E, president, announced.
bers present elected an executive Members and their guests will par-
committee with Marie Hartwig as ticipate in toboganning, skating and
ch airman land Mrs. Charles Davis as other winter sports if the weath~er
s cretary-treasurer. Others mem- permits. Otherwise, they will stay
bers of the committee include Miss inside for shuffleboard and ping-
larion Williams and Miss Harriet, pong. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
Heath. after which there will be dancing to-
Last spring the Ann Arbor associa- the music of a record machine. The
tion gave an open house on the af- chaperones will be Lieut.-Col. and
ternoon of Commencement Day at the Mrs. Peter K. Kelly and Maj. Ira A.
League in honor of the out of town Crump.
_i r
Ditnctively Styled . . . from 50c
S.: in e 193 Ve 1 9 9 V'rnin'I

This reefcr is the perfect coat to
bridge' the seasocns. AlthoUgh ta-l-
ored -in lix)ec the darker binding on
reveres and pockets lend a more
formal note, making it suitable for
both sport and drefss wear.The
gored skirt enisures:ca noofth fit:

Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary
sdciety, held its initiation ceremony
and banquet at 6:30 p.m. yesterday
in Room 232 of the Union, Prof. A.
D. Moore, who is an honorary mem-
ber of the fraternity, was the speak-
New initiates are Raymond Allen,
'40E, Milwaukee; Russel Braga, '41,
Rochester; Warren Breidenbach, '41,
Dayton, Ohio; Michael Hindert, '41E,
Holland; Woodrow Rankin, '41E, Ro-
chester, N.Y.; runo Rocca, '41E,
Winsor, Ontario;' Victor Schorn, '41j,
Dexter; Louis Sessions, '41, Muske-
gon; Harold Singer, '41, Detroit; John
Sobesky, '41E, Detroit; Paul Theri-
ault, .'41E, Negaunee; William Zack,
'41, Holyoke, Mass.
JGP Heads Will Meet
The cental committee of the 1939
Juiior Girls Play will meet at 4 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Offices of
the League, Dorothy Shipman an-
notunced yesterciay. Members are
urged to be prompt as the meeting is
important, Miss Shipman said.

Dor1111tor To Give
Dance Tomorrow
Martha Cook Dormitory will hold
its midwinter formal tomorrow. Danc-
ing will be from 9::0 p.m. to l a.m. to
the music of Bill Gale and his or-
chestra. A buffet suppcer will be served
fromi 11 p.m. to 11:45 p.m.
Elizabeth Kimball, '40, is chairman
of the dance and Grace Helen Bar-
ton, 41A, is in charge of decora-
Miss Mary E. Gleason and Miss
Sara L. Rowe, dormitory social direc-
tors, will chaperone the affair.
Talks To Club On Taxes
William C. Laird, 'city attorney,
gave atalk on city taxes and how
they are spent, before the Business
and Professional Women's Club yes-
terday in the Henderson Room.of the
League. Miss -Beatrice Harkness, vice-
president, presided.




£"ilY N%

Delta Gamma .
Professor McClusky was enter- It was crrou olsty stated in' yes-
tained at dinner Tuesday evening by terday's Daly that Frances E. Baker,
the Delta Gammas. Ile spoke on the '39, was married to Frederick G: Low,
place of the sorority in the world to- '39E. Miss Baker and Mr. Low are
day. engaged to be married.

January Clearance
Sports Shop

3.95 and 5.95
fiigh-colored accents for casual
costumes, ideal for active sports-
wear, arc these suede jerkins.
V-neckcd styles with Taloni-as-
ened front, square-necked jumper
styles that button down the side.
Mustard Yellow, Gold, Rose, Stone
Blue, Powder Blue, Browns.
Sports Shop - Third Floor

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Beautifully cut jackets of
soft, supple suede. Notched
lapels and trim fitted lines





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