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Stanley Waltze
Heads Ticket
Sale_ For all
Late Permission Granted
Women; Sawyer, Boyd
To Play At Two Dances
Stanley G. Waltz, manager of the
Union, has been appointed chairman
of the ticket committee for the an-
nual .President's Birthday Ball to bef

held
Jan.

from 9 n.m. o i. a.m. Monday,
30, ,Reade S. Pierce, general

chai'man, announced yesterday. '
Two dances will be held, one at
the Union and one at the Masonic
Temple, and one ticket will admit
couples to both dances. Bill Sawyer
and his orchestra will play at the
Union, while music at the Temple
will be furnished by Bill Boyd and his
orchestra. A floor show will be pre-
sented at each dance, Pierce said.
Norman A. -Ottmar" was named.
treasurer' of the ticket . committee.
Other members .of the 'committee"in-
elude Mrs. 'Horatio Abbott,' Robert
Greve, Otto W. Haisley, Joseph Mun-
dus, Oswald J. Koch, Bruce Palmer,
George Earle.
Charles Preketes, Fred Norris, Mrs.;
F. E. Shurtliff, .Mrs. .George Wild,
Howard L. Preston, Francis O'Brien,
Murton Peer, Mrs. Lowe.ll J., Carr,
Mrs. Gladys Schott, LeoBurns, Bert
Reynolds, Aubrey Whitfield,, LeRoy
Staib, Mrs. Julio del Toro, John
Walker, Louis F. Hallen and Richard
Whitker.
Late permission will be granted to,
women students desiring to attend
the dance provided they call :at the,
office. of the Dean of Women, ae
cording toDean.Alice C. -Lloyd.
Tickets may 'be obtained at the
Union, Wahr's, 'Slater's,.State Street
Bank, Ann Arbor Trust Co., or from
any member of the committee.
The ONLY Store in Ann Arbor
with those sensational ew
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eUt&rd duate
Tea At Lea gue
IA ttractsM any' a, tII s
Betty Joag, Helen Rhodes,
Annabel Van Winkle,
Others Perform
More than 400 women attended the
first undergraduate women's tea, held'
from--4 p.m. to 6 p.m. yesterday in
the ballroom of the League, Mary{
Frances Reek, '40, chairman of the
tea, announced,
Charlie Zwick furnished music fort
dancing. Several soloists sang dur-
ing the afternoon. Annabel Van
Winkle. '41, sang "Yo~u Must Have
Been a Beautiful Baby" and "Two
Sleepy People." Barbara Teall, '39,
sang "My Reverie" and "Night and
Day." Ann Schaeffer, '40S4, chose
"The Umbrella Man" and "Deep in
a Dream."
Trio Sings
Helen, Rhodes, 41, sang "So Help*
Me." A trio, :,consisting. of Ruth'
Chatard, '40, Jeane Clemmons, '40.
and Helen Nutting, '41, selected "On
the. Bumpy Road to Love." Betty
Hoag, '41; tap-danced for the group.
Barbara Heath,- '39, chairman of the
social committee, directed the pro.-.
gram .:. . .
{ Among those who attended were
l Edith Lynch, '41, Sybil Swartout, '39,
Roberta Leete, '40, and' Frances
Bourke, 41. Gathered around an-
other table were Helen Ralston, '40,,
Anabel Avery, '40,, Mary ,Mae Sco-
ville, 40, Jane Jewitt, '40, Ella Stowe,,
'40, Enora Ferriss, '40, and Alberta
Wood, '40.
Bety Oth rs Attend
SBettyThompson of Detroit was cir-
culating among old friends. Barbara
Bassett,' '40,'Frances Besancon, '41,
Maxine Baribeau. '40, Jane Hart, '40,
and Betty Slee, '40, were all busy try-
ing to get in a word.
Virginia List, '41, Betty Brooks,
'41, Stephanie Parfet, '39, Elizabeth
Allington, '40, Ann Kingston, '40,
Margaret Gardner, '42 and Virginia
Appleton, '42, were enjoying the en-
tertainment. Elaine Jacobs, '40,:
Anna. Martin, '39, Mary McCrory,
'39SM, Ruth Allen, '41, Ruth Fitz-
;patrick, '41, Jean Tibbits, '40, and
B~arbara Backus, '40, Jane Lord, '40
anL a yMel '39 ,also attended.
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Students will lay aside their books given at the Betsy Baruour clormi- given at Kappa Nu tonight. Mr.,and
ai worie this week-end to -dance
At, a-, oftes{'ri"ies. fraternities tory tonight. Caperoni'0 1; will 1 Mr-- Sai.I1 hiotl nn, Mr. and Mrs.
# Mr. and Mrs. Lardi A. VanDPrsei.i enjamin Kessel, and Mrs. Frank F.
and dormitories. ig
Among the organizations giving Mrs. C. St'rnley Mitchell, Miss Jean Loeb wi]: chaperon.
dances is Acacia fraternity, which will Carrothers and Miss Elizabeth Shor- Psi Upsilon fraternity 'is giving a
give i " Millionaires" radio dance ney. radio dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
from 9 p.m. to midnight today. The Chi Omega sorority will also cele- today. Mrs. H. A. Poppleton and
chaperons will be -Mr. and Mrs. C. brate the weekend with a ance. M's M. acd Mrs. R obert Miller are chap-
Russell l ryce and Mr. and Mrs. Her-V i
bert Wagner. Helen Matt, Mrs. Granville Mitee - roiing the allahr.
Alpha Xi Delta sorority will be-. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruyiere, Of Sigma Nu is giving a closed radio
gin their radio dance and bridge af- Toledo, have been asked -to chaperon. 1a)ce from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
ter the basketball game. Mr. and After the. basketball game tonight night, Mrs. H. B. Phelps, house-
Mrs. W. C. Steer and Mr.. and Mrs. Delta Sigma Delta fraternity is giv- mother. will chaperon.
Franklin Kuenzel will chaperon. ing a radio dance. The chaperons ThIeta Xi will give an informal radio
A lorinal supper dance is bein wil be Dr. and Mirs. ThomaS Gihl dance from 9 p.m. to midnight. Chap-
arid Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Mo, 1. roing air Mr. and Mrs. James W.
An informal radio dance will be Freeman and Prof. C. A. Siebert.
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Are Aiiiouiced
Members of the receiving line for
the faculty tea to be given from 4
p.m. until 6 p.m. tomof'row in the
League Ballroom have been an-
tounced by Gladys Engle, '40, chair-
man of the affair.
Included in the list are Miss Alice
C. Lloyd, Dean of Women; Dean
Jeaunet c Perry; Dean Byrl F. Bach-
Bc Marie Hartwig; Dr. Margaret Bell;
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, Assembly
{ President; Jean Holland, '39, League
President, and Betty Myers, '39, presi-
dent of the league house group.
Given by Zones IV, V, VI, VII and
VIII of Assembly, the tea is one of the
events in their new social program
and designed to acquaint league
house women with the facilities of
the League, and to help them to par-
ticipate in other campus social af-
fairs.
New Formals,
o MeetNeed
OfPartyGe
Spring is practically here, but so
are exams and J-Hop and lots of par-
ties, So now is the time to have a
new formal in which to celebrate the
coming of the new semester.
Chiffon, because it is flowing and
soft, is especially popular this year,
andl even more so when combined
with still starched lace. A dress on

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With old man winter here again, ski suits are in the fashion once more.
This week-end will find many who seek relaxation from,.pre-finals study
romping in the arboretum. The plaid jacket with hood makes even a
strong north wind ineffective, and the waterproof gabardine ski pants
make "spills" a pleasure. The boots are an important part of the skiing
outfit, experts say. They must be stout and well made. A brightly colored
scarf with mittens to match complete the perfect combination for
braving the winter chill.

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The new campus
rage that all girls
are crazy about!
Of soft NATURAL $
COWHIDE with 39
wooden soles- as
light as air! Hurry
they sell fast!

Loveliness
A possession every woman
desires .. . And, a possibility
for allwomen. Let us give
you new charm and enhance
your beauty with our mod-
ern. methods.
kUDOLPH'S.
Beauty Shop
f11 East Liberty Phone 3083

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this order is of 1OW-shoulder and has
All: lA -full three-quarter length sleeves with

0.Ve £ .U JA"11 a . ." Xlace cuffs.
e ABlond tulle is something new in
Notes 'T e Posted 'ITO Entertal At Tea fashion this season: It forms the
- skirt of a very smart dress with. a
Junior women who have signed up The members, patronesses and the lame bodice. The neckline of this
to work on Junior Girls Flay should Mothers' Club of the active chapter gown is very high. formed of bands
refer to the bulletin board. in the of Alpha Del tt Pi sorority will be of the material which tie in the back.
League undergraduate offices to see entertained by the alumnae of the The waist-line is. very low, and the
on which committees they will work. group at a tea given from 3:30 p.m. tulle is shirred onto the bodice.
Dorothy Shipman. general chairman, to 5 p.m. tomorrow at the League. Strapless gowns seem here to stay,
announced recently. ,Plans for the Founders' Celebration and perhaps this is because .they are
Mary Minor, chairman of pro' will be announced at that time. so especially flattering to the lady
grams, announced that there will be Hostesses for the affair will be with lovely shoulders. Taffeta, navy-
a meeting of her committee at 4:30 Mrs. Marshall B. Standing, Mrs. Ur- blue, makes a very charming dr'ess to
p.m. Tuesday. Dancing classes will I ban J. Farnsworth, Mrs. Robert Dick- wear to the big party of the year.
meet for the second time at 1 p.m. son, Mrs. Charles M. Waldo, Janet It has a tucked bodice, a narrow
Saturday, Maxine Nelson, chairman, Hall, Grad., and Joan Wiese. waist and a mile-wide skirt. The only
announced yesterday. Any women Mrs. Hugh H. Wellman, recently ornament is a gold clip at the neck-
interested in being in any of the elected national director of the Al- line. Or i f you prefer not to wear a
dancing choruses must attend the pha Delta Pi Mothers' Clubs, and strapless gown all the time, there are
dancing classes, Miss Nelson said. Mrs. William McFall, president of the narrow straps to be used whenever
alumnae, will pour at the tea table. desired.
Decorations in blue and, white will If you want a dinner dress and
be carried out in the diamond em- formal combined, a lacket-dress is
blem of the sorority. always the solution. -

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