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January 15, 1939 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

aculty,

Wives To

Be

Honored At Tea In League

Senior Society
Members Aid
With Planning
'The League House News'
To Present First Issue
In Con nection With Tea
The first issue of "The League
House News" has been published in
connection with the faculty tea to be
given by five zones of the league
house group of Assembly from 4 to 6
p.m. today in the ballroom of the,
League.
Included in the initial issue of "The
News" will be news items, notice of
coming events and an article on tea
etiquette. Among the 650 gu'ests
expected for the occasion are the 34
house mothers and more than 400
faculty members and their wives who
have been given speciaI invitations.
The house mothers will be asked to
pour at the tea tables.
Assisting Zones IV, V, VI, VII, and
VIII ip planning the affair have been
the members of Senior Society and
the League House Presidents Associa-
tion, which is a division of Assembly.
Gladys Engel, '40, is chairman of the
league house social committee mak-
ing arrangements for the affair.
Others on the committee are Betty
Myers, '39, president of the league
house group; Jane Schroeder, '39,
Frieda Hartman, '42, Catherine Roel-
dey, '40, Sylvia Fidelholt, '40, and Fifi
Angleson, '41.
The receiving line will include Miss
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women, Dean
Jeannette Perry, Dean Byrl F. Bach-
er, Marie Hartwig, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, Jean Hol-
land, '39, and Miss Myers.
Mic igan Dames To See
Motion Pictures Tuesday
As a feature of the general meet-;
ing of the Michigan Dames, to be
held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Racy-
ham Building, Dr. Catherine Cham-
berlain, professor of photography at
Wayne University, will show moving
pictures of the Colorado Mountains,
Mrs. R. A. Oetjen, president, an-
nounced.-

Engagement Of Editor Is Announced

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for it's softer, never becomes
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from the cleaner as soft as
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you'll wear it everywhere and
be proud too of its continued
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Fourth Ruthven
Tea To Be Held
Six Organizations Receive
Invitations; Betty Brooks
Will Act As Chairman
The fourth and last Ruthven tea
of the semester will b held from 4
to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Presi-
dent's home, Betty Brooks, '40, chair-
man, announced yesterday.
Six organizationshave been espe-
cially invited to attend, Miss Brooks
said. They are Collegiate Sorosis,
Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Delta Pi, Chi
Psi, Sigma Nu and Delta Tau Delta.
The faculty members and their
wives who have been given special in-
vitations are Prof. and Mrs. Frederick
K. Sparrow, Prof. and Mrs. Walter
Reichart, Prof. and Mrs. Kenneth
McMurry and Prof. and Mrs. Charles
Davis.
All undergraduate students are
urged to attend this last tea of the
semester, Miss Brooks said. Mem-
bers of the League socialecommittee
will assist with the services.
Shoe .fashions
Combine Style
With Comfort
"Smartly alluring, but comfortable"
is the theme of the new fashions in
footwear. .
If you have never before managed
to achieve that delicate compromise
between beauty and ease, you'll be
more than delighted with the coming
season's styles, which run the gamut
of platform soles, spool, wedge, and
teardrop heels, and elasticized leath-
ers with remarkable charm.
Colors Are New
The new spring colors, Parisian
blue, copper, burnt earth, golden Ha-
vana, and light burgundy, are de-
stined to find favor. Nor would it
be spring without gabardine and calf-
skin, highlighted on the "material
side," with one of the new handsome
crushed leathers featured for sports-
wear.
Opera pumps, with their low
"throat" or top lines, will probably
be one of the years leading shoe styles.
Especially so, when a new creation
offers the flattery of the classic op-
era with a less difficult instep line.
as doep the bow pump (which really
does not untie) and the V-neck opera
Two other equally smart versions are
the perforated spectator, and the toe-
less pump which also features cut-
out side panelings.
High Vamps And Wooden Shoes
"Step in" shoes are a great deal
like operas, being distinguished prin-
cipally by a higher throat line. And
now that elasticized leathers have
come into their own, the top line is
rising even higher. In the new "wood-
en shoe," made on a walled last, with
a platform sole, a rocker bottom, and
a tea-drop heel, we find most of the
ieason's latest style points. The cut-
Juts on another "step in" show an
nteresting way to break a long ex-
panse of leather-a trick that makes
zhe shoe look smaller, too.
Strap shoes are always with us,
each year finding them varying de-
.ightfully with the new mode. Our
.orecast for spring, however, is that
you will see the return of some pe-
ennial favorites, such as the wide
;abot-strap, the one-strap, and the
f-strap.
Oxfords Are' Practical On Campus
Oxfords are the tried-and-true
stand-bys for campus footwear, chief-
y, perhaps, because they so neatly

Dorothea H. Staebler, '39,
And John Brennan, '39,
Will Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stacbler an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Dorothea, '39, to John Car-
ter Brennan, '39, son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Browne of Port Huron, at a!
buffet luncheon at their home on
Pontiac Road yesterday.
The engagement was revealed whenj
guests entered the dining room to
find the luncheon cloth autographed
with "Sis and Jack." The table was
decorated with talisman rose buds. I
Miss Staebler wore a tailored, black
afternoon dress and a corsage of
gardenias.
Out-Of-Town Guests Attend
Virginia Thompson, of Highland
Park, and Helen Douglas, '38, form-
er women's editor of the Daily, were
out-of-town guests at the luncheon.
Miss Staebler is women's editor of
the Daily and a member of the
League Council. She is affiliated with
Alpha Chi Omega. A former mem-
ber of Wyvern, junior women's hon-
or society, she was chairman of the
patrons committee for 1936 Frosh
Frolic and publicity chairman of 1936
Sophomore Cabaret.
List Of Activities Continues
A member of Phi Gamma Delta;
Michigamua, senior men's honor so-
ciety; Druids, senior men's honor so-
ciety of the literary college, and
Sphinx, junior men's honor society of
'he literary college, Mr. Brennan has
won three varsity letters as guard on
the Michigan football team. Mr.
Brennan is also a contributor for the
Gargoyle. He was elected recently as
"Queen" of the Union Ice Carnival.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: Mixed play at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at Waterman
Gymnasium.
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
7p.m. to 9 p.m. daily; 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday.
Dance Club: Meetings at 7:15
p.m.Wednesday and at 4:15 p.m.
Thursday 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
Athletic Building.
Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
p.m. tomorrow at Union pool.
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DOROTHEA H. STAEBLER
Wedding Plans'
Are Announced
Sylvia C}alender To Marry
James B. Bragaw, 36
Judge and Mrs. Sherman D. Cal-
lender of Detroit have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Sylvia
E., to James B. Bragaw, '36, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bragaw of
Bloomfield Hills. Miss Callendar is a
graduate. of Kingswood School and
attended Wellesley College and the
University where she was a member
of Alpha Phi sorority. Mr. Bragaw
attended Dartmouth and is affiliated
with Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He
is employed with Jenkins Valve Co.,
in Chicago..-
The engagement of Katherine B.
Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Young of Detroit has been
announced. She will wed Joseph F.
Paulus, '39, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Paulus of Detroit._ He is president
of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.sThe
ceremony will take place early in the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Druckenbrod
of Hastings have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Lois E.,
to Harlan B. Ritz, '37E, son of Mrs.
John H. Holcomb of Ann Arbor.
Miss Druckenbrod is a graduate of
Cleary College, Ypsilanti, and is em-
ployed in .the department of civil
engineering. The marriage will take
place Saturday, March 4. Ruth
Menefee, '39, and Kathryn Steiner,
'39, are to be brides-maids for the
occasion.

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stizes 12 to 42
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1 white bunny wrap at $16.
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