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May 11, 1930 - Image 5

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SUNDAY, MAT, 11, 1930



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M S I L B R S G E SO F N P hi D elta D elta Is Form al )
Installed .in Chapel of
League Building.

Third Vice-President,'
Schmitt, Conducts


Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrand
was the guest of honor at the for
mial installation of the Alpha Sig
ma chapter of Phi Delta Delta, in
ternational legal,. sorority, at t
University of Michigan. The in
stalatonservices were held yes
terday afternoon at 5 o'clock in th
chapel of the League building. Mr,
Edwiene Schmidt, Brooklyn, 'N., Y
third .vice-presidt of the frater
nity conduted the ceremonies.
Following the installation a for
rnal dinner was held In Lounge1
of thre League building. Additiona
guests beside Mrs. Willebrandt an
Miss ;Shritt were: Regent Esthe
Marsh Cram, Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Mis
Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Fielding H. Yost
and the sorority patroness, Mr,
Edwin C. Goddard and Mrs. Joh
P. Dowson.
Six Form Charter Group.
Miss Mary D. Bailey, assistant U.
S. di'strict attorney, Chicago, ad
other Phi Delta :'Delta -members
from Detroit were also dinne
The following constitute th
charter group of Alpha Delta Delta
chapter, Mary Louise Ramsey, grad
LL.B , Missouri; ,Ruth Tuttle, 130L
EstherTuttle, '30L; Laura Joslyn
32L;. Eleanor: C. Kimball, 132L, ad
Florence Clement, '32L.
-Phi Delta Delta was founded a
the University of Southern Calif ir-
ni "Nov. 11, 1911. It now has 3
active chapters throughout thi
country and Canada. It also has
six alumnae chapters.
a~ct President's Home
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven en-
tertained the wives of the regens
at luncheon at 1 o'clock on Friday
at-her home. Those present were:
Mrs. James . Murfin, Mrs. Ralp
Stone, Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs
Thomas Sawyer who is the daugh-
ter of Regent ;lawyer, Mrs. Id
[ lements Wheat, Mrs. Shirley
Smith, Mrs. Webster H. Pearce, an
Mrs. :R. Perry Shorts.
VZ F@00 0000
Presfenting Frolic, the
Month" for May-as

/ A subtle beige shade
Frolic is the ideal tot
brighrt hued Spring fi
Ac tcraft Silks Stocking
sions, wre the choice
I demand beauty with

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fl fl ft fl Every sorority house on campus Leou. Activities today were start- sorority entertained at a luncheon{ iIgaLan lielIthsIwek-ndLit
flf00900 yad iey hsweked ihed with a breakfast at which all Iand in the evening at a foral F IE S dnes rafss es n rdetemthr eepeetdwt inr fe hc h agtr
-- FiveprtilumhanaeebNin given inE corsages, and the house party will escorted their mothers to see the O FIL~fIIUII
! Fve lumaeMembers of Board honor of the many mothers who be concluded with a dinner for "Wite-headed Boy." Today, both All Houses on Campus Requested
Sof Governors to be Chosen Mohrsdytaydugesfr both the fathers and mothers, thmoeranfteswilb to Order Group Tickets
Moter' da toay.Delta Delta Delta announces the guests of the sorority at dinner.
At at June Council. Eleven mothers of the members ledging of Erma Kropp '31, Fort ! Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to an- Immediately.
of Alpha Delta Pi are spending the Smith. Ark., and Emily Randall, '32 nounce the pledging of Harriet
Aa meeting held Saturday ek-endcatithessorritymhouse.rBruns
morningenoft the oldo itndhnewemem-nsweck, M aine'Stewart, 31, of Pittsburgh, Pa.i c t i uso ay fr m m
I monin of he ld nd nw mm-1This morning a breakfast was given ( Among the special activities plan-1 Alpha Epsilon Phi gave a formal bers of sororities, League houses,
ber's of the Board of Directors of in honor of the guests. This after-'fed for the mothers who are faculty reception Thursday night, and dormitories to come in groups
the Women's League. Elizabeth !noon a tea will be given for the gussaoteDlaDetiet and held their spring formal last ioteisalto aqe o h
visitors. Mrs. Clement Smith, a Pa-'house this week-end were a lunch- night. Decorations for the latter
Sudrad '1 osSade,'2 troness, will pour.i eon yesterday noon, bridge tea, were spring flowers which were nwyeetdofcr fteWm
(e ad Ctheine eesn, 3, wre oun abot ltties.ens League, all houses on campus
elected undergraduate. members ofi tertained yesterday afternoon with "The White-Headed Boy," and ah1mg ebr eee-sea ostetrpryt e The members of Kappa Delta are 'are requested to* buy their tickets
{{yBordofGoerorsofth a"rige party given by the°. Ann; special dinner this noon. ntraiig1 ohrsdrn for this secnd open meeting of the.
ILeague building., Miss Sunderland I Arbor alumnae at Palmer Field Alha Xi Delta is having Moth- Mothers' week-end. Saturday aLegeasonspsib.Th
$? # Iwill represent the senior class on house. er's Wek-end at the chapter bridge-luncheon was given In their baqewilehldnxWdes
y that body, Miss'Sandler the junior Ch Omg enrtid ter house. Individual corsages and honor, and Saturday night they
woeadMs esntesp- mothers this week-end. Special din- flowers were on thne table at break- eeteguet fth ooiy at day, May 14, at 6 oclock in the
ft ti e, "he White-Headed Boy" Today a ballroom of the League building.
k..ners yesterday evening and this fas ths moning and a dinnerY
As junior member Miss Sandller noon were planned in their honorhonoring the guests will be givenspca breakfast was served and aI Besides the installation services
(e .;,I will hold office for two years, but Members of Alpha Chi Omega en- today. Zt oanuc special dinner will honor them this l the 'banquet program includes a
____ oly Te letehffcesoiltbhedeta oueeary.Afera a-rhepldgngofGilSandrse'1,yteotertemsar frDneyartetane teieoter tiswek- Deteatenon.shrttakbyMisolien.clod
-I Mabel Walker Willebandt ex-officio members of the Board of fomldne atngtteMt-oI rn ais h ooiyhl
e Formerly Assistant Attorney Gen Directors of the League. They willi ers and their daughters went to ofs Grand frm apistihrty ed
s: eral of the United States and nowi take their seats on the Board of; the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Delta Gamma is having a Moth--
general counsel for the General: Governors in June.,hsatronamuia e ilIe's and Daughter's house pat2 j Jw
IAircraft Corporation, was in Ann: These member~s of the Board of givntiwekndSauayonth 2
-Arbor yesterday to attend the in-! Governors of the League building At the Mother's Day house party i l'illllll1111111111tltii IIImoIIIIIgIIIIII I-i2
stallation of Phi Delta Delta, in- were elected from the undergradu-;a teZeaTa wpa oser -T r=
- teratioal lgal ororty. ate body at large. The other two banquet was held last niht to hon-I~=l iIJ ~ 5 5
- -m m esis hl y u d r r d -or the eight guests. The fathers - 2,2 - o r
ates are ex-officio positions and: will be entertained at dinner today. J*' 1
tlare regularly filled by the presi-' The mothers of Pi Beta Phi pW..
JINdlM0HE dent of the League, now Eleanormebrwrehnedyahos
Cooke, '31, and the chairman of party this week-end at the chapter
x the judiciary council, Ruth Van house, beginning with an informal
si A DO MITORIES T11,.s A inra :0 dyngt r.e her five members of'the Riggs of Barton Hills,; an alumnae
'Board of Directors are elected fromI of the sorority, gave a luncheon
; Helen Newberry Residents Give among alumrnae of the Womens, yesterday in honor of the 'seniors2
Skits Between Courses League. They will be chosen at the and .mothers, and a bridge after- o1 . 2 _
general Alumnae council to be held wards at the League. The entire .:::~*. .. 7 1
at Dinner, in June., house enjoyed a dinner at the'---. irarwt rc
-1'- H R The alluring spirit of
IMothers' Day has been the oc-' _____________-______________________ --' pigi revealed in
casion for mothers' houseparties at Apr ¢ heene acuh
a almost all the dormitories this Moe. vr dt
week-end. Entertainments of va-DM TTAof, design and ma.
rious sorts were planned, and many feri! den ingT viv
tmothers are here to enjoy the p= 1 A uC Clausteralifdenti n " ia
nd scheuled ts round of dinners, teas, Ar h-hie>! rcd o h oe
and breakfasts. i -x
t Betsy Barbour gave a bridge tea Arah coc of co-eds 1c8a
-yesterday afternoon, and a special who demad prfec ,=
gbreakfast this morning. $6wo.50nd 2reC
s Helen Newberry honored the tin i1l1eais o
1mothers last night with a dinner tio in aldt ls f 0 5
featured by entertainment between their beauty service.1=>-
coursesby the residents. This 1 AND :{ a "
,morning they are giving a break-. := - Yu:
1Mtha Cook entertained visiting "=":_ . $7.50"
mothers with a bridge party and JIinattia B eauty Shop$' 4_________ ' __"
- tea yesterday afternoon, and at =
night they took them to see "The CAL188FRAPIT ET
y Whiteheaded Boy" at the Lydia = AL87 O PON MN Smart Slender Vamps . ,,. , . ' LONG
Mendelssohn theatre. Today they, v Dainty Short Vams . .. choose
gave a breakfast, and this after-, ________________________________ _ from tenws utra n A P
c noon after dinner, a musical pro- II~sae......
?- 1 g r a m w il l b e p r e s e n t e d i n t h e B l u e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _s
r Room, in honor of the mothers. ________________________________________
V Alumnae House gave a party for--- s
the mothers last night, and arafs hsmrig
brekfstths mrnng IJacobsone s
_ , -
l~r aSMart Suits
'r for
~' .\ '~.' -Camps ad Travel

- ar
J;:", 2 Irr ' f your' suit is 'to .be -individually smart,-
-=aC fashioned of fine textures, and tailored with2
-S-the exactitude of fashion-then you should r
z = = °see these. For here is a gathering of modus
W'-12 that will prove delihtfuly interesting from
W==?the standoint of style, quality and specially-
Chiffo j9r
Af ternoon -
___ ___Dresses =7 l uss-
$16.75 to $39.50 22.
e hosiery "Color-of-the- I= adoeca' aeto(ay d e
appeaing s it flae. finterest all their own with fresh new color-
le with a touch of gray, Dresses with short sleeves, c tiugs.-
ne to be worn with your isanIewsir retens
N e- hifo F oc s cape ensembles, dresses $1.95 to $10.00
i2 with little jackets to wear c
;s, in styles for all occa- I'1'50 .50t '=9~' for afternoon or for in 3
I f s a t wo e h for al dancing. Peplum s I2
out smarfwcn uaity. Chiffons are the most charming, the most flattering, the most C= linger touches, ruffles and Y+a
co,=.Kown wvryaoa ertiias are l at e s t syl -, a
juseful of all summer cotms noighowveyfasinbleaLIstleab

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