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November 10, 1939 - Image 5

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Through The Looking Glass' Style Show Is


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Program Told
Of Panhellenic
Former Students Will Be
Speakers Of Evening,
At Dinner In Ballroom
Harriet Heath, Hope Hartwig, and
Marcia Connell will be guest speakers
at the annual Panhellenic Banquet,
to be held at 5:45 p.m. Monday in
the League Ballroom.
Annabel Van Winkle, '41, chair-
man of the Banquet, will be toast-
mistress. Her opening talk will
sound the keynote of the dinner,
"The Spirit of Cooperation in Pan-
hellenic." Ira M. Smith, Registrar
of the University, will then present
the scholarship award.
Dean Alice Lloyd will present the
Dean's Office scholarship award and
speak on "The Effect of the New
Spirit of Cooperation in Panhellenic
on the University." Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Delta Delta Delta, sor-
orities placing highest in the Lantern
Night sing last year will then pre-
sent selections.
Barbara Bassett, '40, president of
Panhellenic Association, will intro-
duce the speakers, who will speak on
the cooperation theme of the dinner.
Miss Van Winkle stressed that the
dinner is being held at 5:45 p.m. be-
cause of the Alexander Kipnis con-l
cert. Tickets are priced at seventy-
five cents.

Backless Formal Has Competition


Sixteens Shops,
Michigan Daily
Are Sponsors
Alumnae Announce Show;,
Bill Gail Will Play While
Campus Women Model
"Through the Looking Glass," the
second Daily style show will be held
from 3:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today at
the League.
Two hundred different outfits will
be modeled, including dresses, coats,
hats, shoes, formals, evening wraps,
sweaters, skirts, flowers and make-
up. These will be furnished by 16
Ann Arbor merchants who, with The
Daily, are jointly sponsoring the
Gail To Play
Bill Gail and his band will play
during the entire showing of styles.
for which he has arranged special
numbers. Marion Baxter, '39, and
Marcia Connell, '39, will be com-
mentators on the fashions. Jane;
Mowers, '40, is chairman of the show.
The ballroom and the Grand Rap-{
ids Room have been reserved to ac- 1
comodate guests. The audience also
will be seated in the concorse and the
Thirty campus women have been
chosen to model. These are Betty
Conn, '40; Florence Brotherton, '40;
Janet Martin, '40; Mary McCon-
key, '41; Gwenyth Acker, '40; Ellen
MacDonald, '40; Jane Krause, '41;
Mary Louise McKisson, '41; Marietta
Killian, '40A; Mary Major, '41; Mar-
got Thom, '42; Betty Pusch, '42;
Virginia Alfvin, '42; Mary Kasper,
'41 and Elizabeth Kepler, '41.j
Models Listed
Also modeling will be Mary Alice
McAndrews, '40SM; Jane Nussbaum,
'40; Nancy Chapman, '42; Annabel
Van Winkle, '41; Edith Lynch, '41;
Mary Hayden, '42;;Jean McKay, '40;
Claire Knight, '42; Elaine Richert,
'42; Vivian Nussbaum, '43; Beverly
Stone, '42; Anabel Avery, '40; Bev-
crly Bracken, '41; Yvonne Westrate,
'41 and Jane Hart, '40.
Members of The Daily staff will
usher. There will be no admittance

Radio, Dinner Dances, Hayride
Are Highlights Of Gay Weekend
Minnesota will find Ann Arbor alive tribution to the list of parties for
this weekend, what with pledge for- tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gold-
mals, dinner dances, radio dances, man, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Gold-
and a hayride. man are the chaperons. Prof. and
Alpha Delta Phi is having a dance Mrs. Joseph Cannon, and Dr. Allen
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight. The !J. McLaughlin will chaperon the Sig
chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Robert ma Phi party.
F. Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. John From 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., Theta
R. McMullen. Members of Beta Theta Chi will dance at its formal. The
Pi will also celebrate at a dance. The chaperons are Major and Mrs. I. A.
chaperons for their affair are Mr. and Crump, and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Staeb-
Mrs. John Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. ler. Theta Delta Chi is having a
William Close. dance, too. Chaperoning their af-
DU Holds Formal fair will be Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Formal dancing is the reason for Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
the party given by Delta Upsilon. Mr. Queen.
and Mrs. Willam iH. Buettner, Jr.,
and Prof. and Mrs. E. W. Conlon areSeisT
the chaperons. Kappa Sigma is also Supper Series TO Begin
having a formal dance, to be held Fletcher Hall will inaugurate a
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Ethel series of Sunday suppers with the
Fountain Hussey room of the League. irs nnaof undmy surs winththe
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Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Caruthers, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Griffith are chap-
More Formals Given
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Weiner and
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bartz are to be
the chaperons at the Phi Beta Delta
formal. The Phi Kappa Sigma dance
will be chaperoned .by Mr. and Mrs.
William Couper, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Bueltner.
The pledge formal given by Phi
Sigma Delta is to be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosenberg, Mrs.
Annette Rosenberg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Shaloff.
Phi Sigma Kappa has requested
Prof. R. S. Swinton, and Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Gilbert to be the chap-
erons at its dance. Phi Sigma Sigma
is having a dinner dance from 8 p.m.

rs one a p.m. o ayforne men
at the Hall.


Michigan Theatre Bldg.

This year sleeved formals vie with backless gowns for popularity at
dinners and dances, while the bouffant skirts and bodices adorned with
flowers are as popular during the winter season as at other times of
the year.


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"Through the Looking Glass"

Dinner Is Held
At Dormitory
Mosher-Jordan. Entertains
Many Faculty Guests
Mosher-Jordan Halls held their
first faculty dinners of the year at
5 p.m. yesterday.
Guests of Jordan Hall included Mr.
Joseph Kitchin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Wheeler, Miss Louis Cuyler,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayden, and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Broadbent.
Other guests were Mr. Oliver
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Mentor Wil-
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kallen-
bach, Mrs. Kathleen Ham, Mrs. Avla-
lyn Woodward, Mrs. Marion Siney,
Miss Edith McCormick and Mr. and
Mrs. James Woodburn.
Guests of Mosher Hall were Prof.
and Mrs. A. H. Stickard, Prof. Kath-
erine Schultz, Prof. and Mrs. Samuel
H. Gaudsmit, Prof. and Mrs. Norman
H. Anning.
Also present at the dinner were
Prof. and Mrs. A. J. Gaiss, Prof. and
Mrs. Michael Pargment, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd A. Bond, Miss Oro Hell-
er, Mrs. Violet Hanley and Miss Dor-
othy Beise.
Silver Salt Spoon
Mounted As Pin Is
Odd Jewelry Rage
Newest and best idea in years-a
sterling silver "salt-spoon" mounted
3s a pin. The whole thing started
when a college girl gypped one of
der family's spoons, had a catch put
>n it and wore it around as a pin.
Now one of the country's leading
silversmiths is making them up for
the rest of us to wear. They come
in three designs, all of which you
have seen on someone's snowy damask
table cloth.
The pin is sterling with a gold-
finished bowl-the price is nominal.
You'll be wearing them on your
sweaters, hats, suits, and as corsage


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to 1 a.m., which will be chaperoned
by Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morgan.
A hayride is Sigma Alpha Mu's con-


Name Pledges
For Honorary
Speech Society
Zeta Phi Eta. the only national
honorary speech society on campus
for women, held their pledging Wed-
nesday evening. The new pledges
include Claire Cook, '41, Edith Evans,
'41, Jane E. Grills, 41, Elizabeth
Moore '41, Mildred Ward, '41.
Others pledged are Adelaid Car-
ter, '42, Dorothy Bridgen, '42, Jean-
nette Rose, Grad., June Jenkins, '40,
Betty Farris, '42, Edna Alter, '41,
Rita Garvey, '42, Ardis.Watson, '41,
and Jeanne Hubbard, '42.
The sorority's activities this year
included a Founder's Day banquet
held in the Leaguerdining room for
the active members.
Miss Marion Brown Read, the na-
tional vice-president from New York
City, attended the first meeting of
the fraternity and discussed plans
for the current year.
Chapter News Includes
One Pledging, Breakfast
Most recent chapter activities in-
clude only one pledging and a Foun-
ders' Day Celebration.
Founders' Day was celebrated last
Sunday by Sigma Nu. As is the cus-
tom, they had breakfast and attended
St. Andrew's Church in a body.
The pledging of Prescott Stocking,

Machineless End Curl

Shampoo and Finger Wave
Ask for Miss Opel

Open Evening 711 North University Phone 2-1379

A group of
Small and Medium Hats

A two-thread Crepe
HOSE at 89c
Snappy shades


at $2.95

Black, Navy, Brown and Wine

309 South State Street - At the Dillon Shop

SPECIAL - Friday and Saturday






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whi e
. ..evening enchantment in chif-
fon with the new harem skirt.
The gold embroidered wool jack-
et flaunts a pert peplum. A
dress to make your loveliness
Others from 17.95

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... dancing feet ensnared in
slim sandals of gold or silver
kid; also white satin. High
or low heels.

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with lW eIaG
E VERY SLEEP a beauty sleep ... when you're
wearing these enchanting MUNSINGWEAR
pajamas. Ingenious cut ... to give you the
lines of a screen siren. Heart-skipping detail
in soft white angora. Square neck flattery
and smooth rayon that launders in a jiffy.



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