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SUNhDAY, OCTOB3ER 1012

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EPTION TEAS GIVEN FOR NEW ;nrOCV AfI'iFACULTY TO GIVE Senior Hockey Team T ALFrinrn
CHAPERONES AND PATRONESSESI" " "'L JOINT PROGRAM Promises Competition 10YUA ROA_- -LUOIJ

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Mrs. Davis Cowie entertained the! Alpha Omicron.Pi announces theU
members of Alpha Epsilon Iota sor- pledging of Ruth Birdseye, '33.
hrity at tea yesterday afternoon. Miss Margaret Roby of Cold-
Mrs. Blanche Harley,- chaperone water is a. guest at the Zeta Tau a ;First Series Will Comprise Four
of the Chi Omega house, was guest Alpha house this week-end. Games; Second SeriesaWill
of honor at a tea given by members Thisy week-end, Miss Katherine e
RECEPTION WILL HONOR MRS. I of the sorority Thursday afternoon. ) Scrauder, an alumnae, is a guest at
ESTHER MARSH CRAM AND IPink and pale green were used in the Theta Phi Alpha house. NEW PLAN INAUGURATED
MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN the decorations for the tea. Miss. P h a e
Janet Logie of Grand Rapids is a.Pi Beta.Phi held a dance in honor
GUESTS MAY GIVE TALKS guest at the Chi Omega house this of its new pledges last night. The Four games tomorrow afternoon
week-end. chaperones for the affair were will mark the opening of the in-
Miss Katherine Noble and Mr. and tramural hockey tournament. Kap-
Board Ratifies Change in Closing Miss Thelma Chisholm, national Mrs. Otto H lenMy. pa Delta will meet Helen Newberry
Hours on Monday Nights for inspector of Kappa Delta, has been pa Gamma will
Freshmen Women a house guest of the Ann Arbo Mr. Frederick Hie, leading man of and Kappa Kappa Gamma will op-
FresmeWonh est ko Wednesday of the Genevieve Hamper Shakes- pose Delta Gamma at 4 o'clock.
Among the plans discussed at the afternoon a tea was given in honor pearean players, and Miss Ruth The Chi Omega vs. Sigma Kappa
m ng the plasdiscussd ar t r th of her and a new givnein hon. Banesield, an alumnae who is now and Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Martha
meeting of the Board of Directors ad a patroness, Mrs. director of dramatics at North- Cook games are scheduled for 5
of the League yesterday was the By _Davis.eastern high school in Detroit, were o'clock.{
open meeting to be held on e dinner guests at Sigma Kappa The tournament is being conduct-
Wednesday evening, November 6 Sororities Entertai house Tuesday night. ed on a new plan this year.
w a eced faeetingwPledges aE "Guests at the Alpha Delta Pi Each team will be able to play
will take the fortrm of a reception New at Teas house this week-end are Miss Doris at least two games before its
honor of Mrs. Esther Marsh Cram.___
Mobley, Wyandotte; Miss Jean elimination instead of one as some-E
new woman member of the Board -
of Regents, and Mrs. Myra B. Jor- Pledges of five ~of the campus Stewart, Trenton; and Miss Dor- times happened b e f o r e. Doris
dan, dean emeritus of women, to sororities have already given teas othy Williams, Three Rivers. Rengenberger, '30, manager of in-
whom invitations have been sent. in honor of the newly pledged wom- Martha Cook held its first for- tramural sports, and Albertina#
Jane Yarnd, '31, is chairman of en of the various organizations, mal dinner last Monday evening. Maslen, '31, intramural hockey
the Social committee which will which is an annual custom that fol- Miss Emilie Sargent of Detroit, a manager, have worked out this!
have charge of the reception. lows the rushing season every fall. i member of the board of governors, method.
Twice a year the League holds Alpha Omicron Pi started off the was' a guest at the dinner. Girls who expect to play Mondayj
an open meeting, once in the fall seriesrTuesday afternoon, using This afternoon the traditional in- are urged to have their heart and
and again in the spring. At the dark red and cream in their deco- itiation ceremony will be held for lung certificates ready to present
meeting this fall the League hopes rations. the new residents of the dormitory. at the field house. They may call
to have the pleasure of hearing The Kappa Delta pledges enter- The initiates will wear informal for them at the health service from
short talks from each of the twc tained Thursday afternoon. The gowns in the pastel shade, while, 8to 12 o'clock, or from 1 to 5
guests of honor, Mrs. Cram and house was decorated with the sor- the older members of the associa- o'clock.
Mrs. Jordan, and from President ority flower, placed around the tion will dress in formal. The next series of the tourna-
Alexander Grant Ruthven. rooms. The same afternoon the Adelia Cheever will also.hold its ment will be played Wednesday
Besides the two open meetings of Delta Zeta pledges also held their initiation ceremony this afternoon, afternoon, though the schedule for
the League every year, the SocialEtea, using roses and fall flowers with several out-of-town alumnae these games has not been com-
committee plans a party for each abuhnd parents present for it. Sixty pleted. The preliminaries will be
month to which all University the season. Miss Bernice Hannon, guests are expected. !run off in the next three weeks, so
women are invited. The general a guest of the sorority, poured. Miss Dorothy Brackett, an alum- that the finals will be played either{
theme of the League parties this The Pi Beta Phi house was the ne mon or before November 21, when the
year will be a round-the-word trip, scene of a tea Wednesday after- e er annual hockey banuet will be held.
'ahprybigavsti oenoon. Pink was the color scheme West Virginia chapter, has been a anulhceIa~e ilb ed
ec utrypatybeing a visit in some carried out in the flowers and can- guest at the Alpha Xi Delta house
outyalong the way. ti ek r.Sy fGadRp
The first League party will be dles. Active members of the local this week. Mrs. Seys of Grand Rap-
given October 25 on board the ship Sigma Kappa chapter entertained ids, whose daughter, Florence,
"Leagueatania." Some of the coun- their pledges Friday afternoon to recently pledged to Alpha Xi Delta, c
tries which will be visited later will acquaint them with the new pledges has also been a house guest during
be Spain, Holland, Turkey, ard of the other sororities. It. was a a visit to Ann Arbor this week-end. The Open'
,western tea, withreesmnsi
Japan. ~ , h refreshments in Thursday noon the sorority enter-
A new ruling regarding closing keeping with the spirit of the af- tained one of its patronesses, Mrs.
hours for freshman women has -air B.F. Ohlinger, at luncheon
been passed by the Board of Rep-jA
resentatives rand, was ratified by houses until 9 o'clock on Monday
the Board of"Directors yesterday. nights. The regular hours still are REPARING 300 SOUTH STATE-O
The rules states that all freshmen in effect for the other three week l a
women may remain out of their nights, however. A makesour equp- MONDAY,
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M anicure . . . . . . . . ...50

__"The forward line of the senior
May Strong, Soprano, Assisted b hockey team is unusually strong,
a St r n , Sopan o, yAited bybut the backfield looks weak and
Daies Frantz, and Guy Maier will require careful coaching," ac- -
P'ianist, To Be Heard cording to Dorothy Bloom, '30, man- New Members Will be Entertained
ager of the senior class eleven. In With Tea in Cave Roont
A concert open to the general fact it may be necessary to switch At First Meeting
public will be given at 4:15 o'clock some of the better players of the
ic aforward line to the backfield to
Sunday afternoon in Hill Audito- make up the deficiency. FRESHMEN TO TRY SOON
rium. May A. Strong, soprano, a! Several new players showed up
member of the faculty of the at the.practices this week, but more
material is needed if we are to Mary Evans, '30, president of the
SSchool of Music, will sing. She will work up a backfield threat." 1 University Girls' Glee Club, wishes
be accompanied by Dalies Frantz, This year, their last on the cam- to announce that tryouts have been
Grad , Guy A. Maier, pianist, and pus, this team is determined to win.
als. member of the faculty of the 'Several players have had posts on
their class team for four years, tried out thirty-five have been ac-
Schro. l of Music, will play. This many others have plae he etd
ill be the first of the Faculty Con- mn teshv played three, cepted.
.l bthree years. With so much veteran The first meeting will be a tea
cert Series. t material and more new players it to be given at 4:15 next Tuesday
is evident they have a good chance afternoon in the Cave room of the
PONTIAC, Mich. - Negotiations to win the interclass trophy this League. Former members of the
are under way to bring the Camden, fallGlee Club who are still eligible as
N.J., motorcycle polo team, eastern . . I well as the new girls are asked to
champions here for a game with Notice come. The time and place of the
the Ponitac uintet. The Pontiac There will be a meeting of regular meetings will be agreed lip-
Pan-Hellenic at 4 o'clock .Tues- on. Marjorie McClung, 31, vice-
team recently won the Midwestern day, October 15, in the Board of president, is in charge of the affair.
championship and the game would Representatives room of the The time of tryouts for the.
be for the championship of the League. It is important that all Freshman Girls' Glee Club will be
United States. representatives be there. ! announced shortly. They will prob-
ably be held next week.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15
taking the place of Martinelli whose return to America
has been delayed on account of illness.
IGNACE JAN PADEREWSKI, distinguished pianist
will give his Ann Arbor recital on
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instead of on the date previously announced.
postponement has been necessitated on account
operation for appendicitis which he underwent
time ago.
The corrected schedule is as follows:
October 15-LOUISE HOMER, Contralto

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November 19-THE ENGLISH SINGERS of London

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January 31-VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Piano
February 12-ELISABETH RETHBERG, Soprano

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