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PORTIA SOCIETY ISJ
INSTALLED| AS TE
CAPER FTOF1. P. E.
Zeta Phi Eta Ranks as Oldest
Professional Sorority for
Women in America.
GRAND ARCHON INDUCTS
Cornelia Otis-Skinner, Elizabethj
Yoder, Louise Dresser, Are ;
Honorary Members.
Portia Literary Society, local or-
ganization on campus for over
eight years, will be formally install-
ed this afternoon as Lambda Chap-
ter of Zeta Phi Eta, national speech
arts fraternity. Pledging service
was held yesterday afternoon at the
Michigan League, with Mrs. Wilda
Spencer Goode of Des Moines,;
Grand Archon of the sorority, of-
ficiating.
Initiation will b6 held this morn-
ing and afternoon at the W. A. A.
Building, culmirating in a. formal
banquet in honor of the charter
members and initiates tonight at 61
o'clock at the Lantern Shoppe.-,
Many prominent women will attend;
this affair.
Zeta Phi Eta, a member of na-
tional professional Pan Hellenic, is
the oldest professional fraternityI
fpr women in America. It was
founded in 1893, at Northwesterr
University, Evanston. It Trank8
with other professional sororities
such as Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa
Beta Pi, Delta Omicron, and others.
. Various Chapters Total Eleven.
Ten other chapters are located at
the following universities and col-
leges: Northwestern University;
University of Southern California;
Emerson College of Oratory, Bos-
ton; University of North Dakota;
Washington University; Brenau
College, Georgia; Drake University,
Des Moines; Southern Methodist
University, Dallas; Coe College,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Syracuse
University.
Officers of the new chapter are:
Eleanor Corcilius, '31, Vice-Archon;
Elizabeth McDowell, '32, Secretary;
and Frances Thornton, '31, Treas-
urer. The following women will
also be initiated this afternoon as
associate members: Mary Kent-Mil-
ler, '27, '28; Mrs. Louise M. Eich;
Henrietta Hauser, Grad.; Katherine
Lardner, '30L; Nadine Stewart, '29;I
and Miriam Mitchell, '28. Both Mrs.
Eich and Miss Kent-Miller will act
as patronesses for Portia Lambda
Chapter.
Active membership in Zeta Phi,
Eta inzcludes the following list of
women: Evelyn Borgerding, '33,

NOTED VIENNESE Ifp j OO TUISUITABLE SPRING WEATHER BRINGS VARIET Y TO SOCIAL
WOMAN TO T ALK 'VIJI .DLI i ACTIVITIES AMONG SORORITIES DURING T HE PAST WEEK
FOR LOCAL CLUB I °
N I IlY 1 l Teas, Dances, Engagements, andthe Lantern Shop, i, honor of its Fredceric Houston Williams. Miss
Alice Schalek Will Illustrate IIi U U S ( L Marriages Start Season. Grand Archon, Mrs. Wilda Spencer Woodroofe, '30, is a member of
Lecture With Slides. -Goode, of Des Moines, Iowa, and its Alphi Phi, and Mr. Williams is a!
LTSpring has arrived as evidenced charter members and initiates,i member of Delta Phi.
Miss Alice Schalek, of Vienna d LI SEN Id1T111U1by the number of engagements, numbering thirty-five. Toasts will Chi Omega will entertain about
who will address the Ann Arbor____
group of the American Associationrj marriages, dances, teas, and elee-be given by members of the society, a hundred members of the faculty
of University Women at 7:45 Tues- Two Advisers and Dietician Are tion of officers during the past and Chicago and Detroit Zeta and their wives at a tea in their
day night in the ballroom of the Added to Staff to Aid week. alumnae will attend. Mrs. Hellen honor this afternoon. Mrs. Blanche
League building, is noted in Europen. Residents of Martha Cook and Van Tuyl, of Des Moines, and Miss: Harley, Katherine Wilcox, 31P,
junlsecr-Present Director. and Olive Matthew, '31, will be in
as an authoress, journalist, lectur- Adelia Cheever house entertained Wilma Rusbolt, '30, of Evanston, the receiving line.
will illustrate, her lecture on "The NAME SYRACUSE WOMAN at dances last night. Betsy Bar- { are assisting Mrs. Goode at the- -
Epic Progress of Oriental Women": --?bour house is holding an alumnae ceremonies.
with colored slides which were Miss Failyer, Dietician, Has Had week-end and the feature event of Residents of Helen Newberry NOTICE.
made from pictures taken during Positions in Many Hospitals the occasion was a banquet last elected officers for the coming year Any woman new on the cam-
her travels in the Orient. This col- ; at a meeting held last week. They pus who wishes to make appli-
I lection is said to constitute an un- and Government Hotels. nig ' are Frances Jennings, '31, presi- cation for residence in Mosher-
rivalled study of Oriental women. made-Dean Thrysa W. Amos, of the dent; Ruth French, '32, vice-presi- Jordan Hall next year, should
The lectures which Miss Schalek Announcement was made yester- University of Pittsburgh, was the dent; Erdine Griffith, '33, secretary; submit application blanks be-
is giving in this country deal with day by Miss Inez V. Bozorth, social guest of honor at a tea given Fri- and Suzanne Humbert, '31, treas- fore May 15, as 200 spaces are to
the advancement of Eastern wom- director of Mosher-Jordan Hall, of day afternoon at Martha Cook dor- urer. be held for first year women and
en. For a quarter of a century she the three newly appointed assis- mitory. Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven Delta Zeta announces the mar- students who are transfering to
has studied these women and t directors. The women who npoured and open house was held riage of Robbn Townsley, '30, of Mhigan.
watched their struggle against Iatdrcos h oe h for all campus women at this time. Dayton, 0., to Mr. Alfred Falk to --- - - -__
backwardness and tradition. She will assume positions are: Miss Alumnae house gave a pajama be an event of April 12. The soror-
will speak on the evils of the Lois Failyer, of Chevy Chase, Md., party Thursday evening for their ity is giving Miss Townsley a
geisha system in Japan and what ; Mrs. Mary E. Buffington, of Ann six A. C. A. C. W. delegate guests. shower.
Japanese women are doing to rem- Arbor and Mrs. Isabel W. Dudley Portia Lambda Chapter of Zeta! Reverend R. W. Woodroofe, St.
edy it, on the curious mother's I 'sPhi Eta, national professional fra- John's Episcopal Church, Detroit,
rights custom in Sumatra, and also of Syracuse, N. Y., formerly of Ann ternity for women, will give a for- announces the engagement of his
on the action taken by women Arbor. mal banquet at 6 o'clock ;tonight at daughter, Katherine Ellis, to
against the child-marriage and Will Also Act as Dietician. __
Purdah system in India. Miss Failyer, who will act as as-k
During the World War Miss
Schalek was the only women war sistant director and dietician, is a
correspondent in Austria, and won graduate of the Kansas State SPECI L SEL L IN G s
a decoration for bravery by going! school of Home Economics, has
into the front line trenches under specialized at Simmons college, MONDAY ONLY
shell fire to take pictures. Boston, and at Teacher's college,
Boson ad t eacer c ee'HIGH PRICED HATS
Elma Coyle, '31, Alice F. H. Dem- Columbia university, New York.O
ing, '33, Phyllis Diehl, '31, Annetta She has been assistant dietician at AFTER
Diekhoff, '33, Leon Dockeray, '30, 1 the Newport, R. I., Hospital and OA large assortment of high Priced Sring Hats-both large U
Margaret Fuller,, '33, Helen Haapa- dietician at the Cambridge, Mass., and small head sizes-will be offered Monday only at reduced
Katherine Kunert, '33, Hannah Hspital. For seven years Miss prices. They are straws, felts, baku braids and hai braids.-WHAT
Lennon, '31, Marjorie Lincoln, '31, Failyer was superintendent of the Straw. Felt, Baku Braids. Hair Braids.
Julia McKinley, '30, Reta Pearl Mc- food department at the Govern- flPtcourse wll repare youor dacouini
Omber, '33, Jean Morrow, '32, Jane ment Hotels for Women, Washing- $5employment.
Robinson, '31, Dorothy Runkle, tion D. C., where 2,000 women were Begin at once or with the summer
'32, Hildegarde Schueren, '30, Alice nt She is now with Crane's classes in June.
S ,'31, Jeanette h'31, Evelyn at Cleveland, Ohio- Free placement service.
Wolf ord, '33, and Catherine Zim- Works With Cripple Children. 0
mer, '33. nI Mrs.Buffington is well known in ALL SALES FINAL.HAMILTON
Alumnae Interest Centers About Ann Arbor as she has lived here for BUSINESS
Stage. the past nine years. Acting as
Included in the honorary mem- chairman of the educational comn- COLLEGE
bership of Zeta Phi Eta are Cor- mittee of the King's Daughters in
nelia Otis-Skinner, Elizabeth Yo- Ann Arbor she has done much to , State and William Sts.
der, and Elizabeth Grimball. Its further education among the crip-
alumnae membership includes ple children at the University hos-
such actresses as Priscilla Page, pital and to establish the hospitalO
Ellen Cole Fetter, Joan Blaine, school In Chicago she was very fl!o
Emily Gilchriest Hatch, Belle Ken- interested in the Parent Teacher's Shop o
nedy, and Louise Dresser. EdithaE associations and in Campfire groups.fO Personal
Parsons, noted lecturer and direc- Mrs. Buffington will act as advisor ^ Service
tor, and Allie Lowe Miles, Writer, in Mosher Hall.I(^
are also alumnae of this sorority. Is Advisor for Jordan Hall.the-'-(
The official publications of Zeta Miss Dudley who will act in the =
I Phi Eta are "The Cameo", a maga- capacity of assistant director and
zine, and "Zeta Phi Eta News." advisor for Jordan Hall will be re-
Mrs. Hellen Van Tuyl, of Des membered as a former chaperone
Moines, and Miss Wilma Rusbolt, at the local Kappa Kappa Gamma
'30, of Beta Chapter a vntnhue h snwcaeoea
are assisting Mrs. Goode with the I the Delta Zeta house at Syracuse
ceremonies. Iun;fiversity.n nrnl

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OUKNow now what your Spring
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to harmonize with your ensemble?
Have you, for instance, seen the new
Spring colors in Mojud Full-Fash-
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You should know the lovely
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delicacyof texture, whichissomirac-
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their outstanding style --their pr rity
of color,
Let us show them to you. And
also other bewitching Spring acces-
sories which have jusr con in- all
to add that unnistakable "Fifth
Avenue" touch to your ensemble.
$1.35 to $1.85
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Spring 1930.
In this lot every good fashion and fabric is included.
Nipped at the waist suits, belted cane suits in covert
of fine quality. Town and out-of town suits of tweeds.
jabot and peplum suits of fine covert.
The Style Suit . . . easily the optstanding suit of
the season! Soft and feminine . . . in soft woolen
fabric . . . wearing a cane or a peplum.
The Informal Suit . . . for town or country . . .
in tweed or novelty woolen.
The Tailleur . . , of mannish material, indispensable
for town or business wear.
$9.95, $25.00, $39.50, $45.00
Women's Sleeveless Silk Blouses
Color's the thing to set off your suit-rayon crepe,
voile, and handkerchief linen blouses will give it .
in tan, pink, maize, white and other shades. Frilled
fronts, yokes and button trimmings are details.
Other new Cotton Blouses, $2.95, $3.50
Better silk Blouses, $5.00 to ,$12.50
New Spring Coats
Coats that are simply Paris . . . in the daring cut
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their subtle flares . . . their dramatic trimmings.
Fashions carefully chosen to suit the needs of the
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The New Furs
Kid Galyak, American broadtail, Lapin
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Wool crepe, covert, monotone and flecked tweeds,
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retain its lines after months of wear,

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Not for mnany seasons have we
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$2.50 up

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Spring sports days are here and this will be one of the great.
est sports wear seasons-offering as it does to those who prefer
sports clothing, the opportunity to secure wonderful outfits
from the new and most approved styles-sports coats, suits,
dresses, ensembles, sweaters, scarfs, iblouses,-all are here in
plentiful variety.

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$24.75, $39.50, $49.50
Better DRESSES Reduced!
Intriguing little flower prints con-
bined with plain materials, dotted
frocks with boleros and capes, black s
and navy dresses of more tailored ;
pattern, very feminine frocks of flow-
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dresses in delicate shades of blue, rose
and green. Frocks for the smartly-_
sophisticated or demurely feminine.
$9.95, $14.75, $25.00
ring Sweaters
F jersey novelty patterns and cobwebb
ors include tan, green, brown, blue, 4
rink, and white. They have clever t ;
necks, round necks, and collar effects.

The Jersey Tweed Suit with
its clever cape collar.
$25.00

The Flat "-Crepe Dress with
its jersey cardigan.
$19.75

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weaves. The col-
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