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18, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

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M OSIC SgIOOL 6IYFACULTY TEAS AND DINNERS PREVAIL THIS WEEK:
SCHOOL SORORITIES ENTERTAIN MICHIGAN STATE GUESTS LOCALWOMELANIEU
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PA l TUDI Fauculty dinners prevail this
week among the sororities. Many
are continuing their pledging also.'
Gamma Phi Beta gave a dinner1

Scholarship Cup Will Be Awarded
Person With Highest Grades
Last Semester
ORCHESTRAWILL PLAY
As the first social gathering of
this year at which both men and
women students and the faculty of
the School of Music will congre-
gate, the Student Council is giving
a buffet supper to be provided by
School's Kitchenette and served by
the Symphonic League from 6 un-
til 10 o'clock tomorrow night on
the mezzanine floor of the Music,
building.,
At this first meeting, in accord-
ance with custom, the scholarship
cup, which is awarded semi-an-
nually to that student who has re-
ceived the highest grades the pre-
ceding semester, will be presented
by the president of the, Symphonic
League, who is this year Carolyn
Slepicka.
The members of the Social com-
mittee who have made all the ar-
rangements for the party are Roy
Laugham, chairman, Carolyn Slep-
icka, Russel Jack, Otto Brown, and
Dorothy Wilson. The faculty ad-
vicors are Mrs. Harry Bacher and
Otto J. Stahl.
Tables for cards will be arranged
in the smaller rooms adjoining the
main hall, which will be cleared
for dancing after the supper,
Cora Opines
My, dear, I've been hearing the
most intriguing rumors about the
coming of Bungling Brothers for
the annual Sophomore circus. I
always did like circuses. They re-
mind of the good old days when I
was a happy and care-free child,
long before I came away to school
to embark on a more or less hectic'
scholastic career..
Anyway the rumors about Bung-
ling Brothers are really intriguing.
They're going to have their usual
clever acts of tumbling, and be-
sides that they are planning to
present a trapeze act this year that
will be really good. Maybe the
trapezist or whatever you call them
will hang on to something with
her teeth and swing far out over
the audience-and then again,
maybe phe won't. Anyway, I think
it will be a very thrilling act.
And besides all that there will
be the ballet dancing, too. And I
musn't forget to mention the
clowns, without which no circus
would be complete. There will also
be a band that you positively
musn't miss. In fact it would be
too bad if you missed any of the
circus because it's going to be good,
I mean it really is!
And apropos of nothing at all-
which is really quite fitting, every-
thing considered-Lark needn't
think he is getting away with those
remarks maligning me and my
sense of humor. I think he will
have to look that word up, don't
you?

Thursday for the advisors of wom-
en, Dr. Bell and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick. Baby mums and rust-
colored candles decorated the din-
ner table. Mrs. Mason S. Potter,
and Mrs. Wilfred Shaw, alumnae
of Gamma Phi Beta, were also
guests at the dinner Thursday.
Mrs. Paul W. Borland, chapter
inspector, is the guest of Gamma
Phi Beta for the weekend.
Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a
faculty dinner Wednesday evening,
entertaining Dean J. A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Dean W. R.
Humphreys, Coach Yost and Mrs.
Yost. All of their pledges were
present also.
* Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Helen Bush, '30, of De-
troit, Geraldine Hogan, '32, of New
York City, Catherine Eyman, '32, of
Marion, Ohio, and Elizabeth
Wheeler, '30, of Grand Rapids.
The alumnae of Delta Zeta gavel
a surprise dinner to the actives1
Monday night. Wednesday night a
dinner was given ?y the chapter
for the parents of the Ann Arbor
actives.
Phi Gamma Mu announces the
pledging of Martha Foster, '30, of
Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Russell C. Hussey and Mrs.
Hussey, and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Dickinson were entertained at din-
ner Thursday night by Zeta Tau
Alpha.
A tea dance was given Friday
afternoon at the Huron Hills coun-
try club for the members of Zeta
Tau Alpha by their patronnesses.
Chi Omega held their pledge
formal Friday. The house was dec-
orated with yellow and bronze
chrysanthemums, bowls of yellow
and bronze baby mums, and tall
candelabras with yellow tapers.
The music was furnished by Bob
Carson's orchestra. Mrs. B. M.
Merwin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gre-
gory, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Keen chaperoned the party.
Chi Omega announces the pledg-
ing of Ruth Mathers, '32, of Urand
Rapids.
Professor Carl Rufus and Mrs.
Rufus, and Prof. E. D. Mitchell and
Mrs. Mitchell were guests at a
faculty dinner given Thursday eve-
ning by Kappa Delta.
Collegiate Sorosis entertained at
a faculty dinner Wednesday.
Among the guests were Prof. 0. J.
Campbell and Mrs. Campbell, Prof.
Aubrey Tealdi and Mrs. Tealdi, Mr.'
and Mrs. Herman Kleene, Prof.
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Beauty Shop
Special for November
Finger Wave or
Marcel including
a Shampoo with
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Open Evenings
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Arthur L. Cross, Miss Ethel Mc-E
Cormick, Miss Adelaide Adams,I
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, and3
Prof. George W. Patterson and
IMrs. Patterson.
Phi Sigma Sigma entertainedI
Mr. Albert Van Eerden of the Ger-
man department, at dinner on
Wednesday. An informal party was
given Friday, evening by the soro-
rity.
Alpha Gamma Delta entertained!
at a dinner for their patrons and
patronnesses last Thursday. Among
the guests were Captain Louis
Bricker and Mrs. Bricker, Mrs.
Grover Grismore, Prof. Walter
Badger and Mrs. Badger, Mrs. R.
H. Curtiss, and Prof. Julio Del Toro
and Mrs. Del Toro.
The Ann Arborralumnae of Alpha!
Omicron Pi are entertaining with!
a tea today at the corority house
in honor of their alumnae and
their mothers, and the patronesses
of the sorority.'
Miss Sanchon Fogel of Canton,
Ohio, and Miss Margaret Dow of
Midland, are the guests of Alpha
Phi this weekend.
Alpha Phi entertained for the
Michigan State College girls with a
tea after the game yesterday.
Alpha Chi Omega is holding ini-
tiation today. The initiates are
Dorothy Ruof, Mrs. Emily Putnam
Markham, Frances Rae, and Alma
Tenney. Immediately following the
ceremony there will be a tea for the
members. This will also celebrate
F ders' day.
Alpha Chi Omega gave a dinner
last Wednesday in honor of Mrs.
Glen Donnelly, Mrs. C. O. Davis,
Mrs. Chester Barnes, and Mrs. Ira
Smith.
The pledges of Alpha Epsilon Phi
gave a cabaret party for the active
members of the sorority last Thurs-
day night.
Initiation into Alpha Epsilon 'Pi
was held Friday night for the fol-
lowing girls: Edith Abrahmson,
SSylviaLux, and Elizabeth Stern. A
tea is being given today in their
honor.
Rain Water
Shampoo
Hair, Eyebrow, Eye Lash
Dying
Scientific Scalp Treatment
Finger Waving, Marcelling,
Hair Cutting
Facial. French, Russian,
General, and coarse
pore treatment.
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Martha Cook dormitory gave
their second formal dance of rhe
semester last night. eUl4fR WITH LEAUE
The girls of Helen Newberry were
entertained at a tea Wednesday Following the usual custom, each
given by Miss Lydia Tanner and church participating in the Wom-
Miss Mary Jarvis. The decorations en's League and Inter-Church
used were yellow baby mums and bazaar to be held December 7 and
yellow tapers. . 8 will have a separate booth. The
Betsy Barbour house gave a din- various churches cooperate among
ner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John themselves, and run their part of
A. MacLean, Jr., Wednesday. Mrs. the bazaar in about the same man-
MacLean was a resident of Betsy ner that the League does. That is,
Barbour until her marriage a few each church agrees to take a cer-
weeks ago. nnt n fandthe mmhmr sof

LITERARY SOCIETY

PLANS

INITIATION

Athena literary society will hold
its annual formal initiation ban-
quet at 6 o'clock Tuesday in the
Haunted Tavern, it was announced
yesterday by club officials. Mem-
bers wishing to attend are asked to
phone 22175 for reservations. All
members and initiates are to meet
promptly at 5:15 o'clock in the
Athena room.

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