SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1931
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30 CAMPUS HOUSES,
TO OCCUPY BOOTHS
Board of Governors
for Alumnae House
The annual reception for the fac-
ulty, sponsored by the Board of Bishop Remington Gives Talk on
Governors and the residents of Opportunities for Women
Alumnae house was heid from in Church Work.
W.A.A. to Sponsor Fifth Yearly o'clock to 11 o'clock last night. The
Fete Wednesday Night i. guests were introduced by Mrs.
ay Ng Charles A. Sink to those receiving: Bishop William P. Remington, of
Barbour Gymnasium. Gladys Davis, '31, house-president, eastern Oregon, was the leading
-- -- Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Frederick speaker for the student conference
TO FEATURE NOVELTIES C. Morgn, of Detroit, chairman of on "Opportunities for Women in
the Board of Governors, and MissC
Barbara Braun, '33, Chairman Edith Barnard, the social director. Church Work" Which was held yes-
of the Booths, Announces Other members of the board who terday in Harris hal. His opening
Ct Bosn'c were present were Mrs. Fred Cul- speech dealt with the tremenduous
Completion of Plans. ver, of Saginaw; Miss Nellie Hayes, fields in mission work opening to
of Grand Rapids: Mrs. Lee White, women of today.
Completion of the plans for the of Birmingham; Miss -ith Kim- "Women have come into the field
fifth annual Penny Carnival, to be ball, of Detroit; Mrs. Jose.,- Mark-o.r
held under the sponsorship of W. ley and Mrs. Hugh Keeler, of Ann of church work today more than in
A. A., from 7:30 to 10 o'clock Wed- Arbor. darednythererd of history," he de-
nesday nght i Barbour gymnas- The living rooms were attractive- red Former it asonly a
ium, has been announced by Bar- l y dcrtdwt enpn np il for men, and parson's wives
byB-y decorated with ferns, pink snap- were expected to offer constructive
bara Braun, '33, chairman of the dragons and stocks. Pink and white criticisms to their husbands. Now
booths. Thirty sororities and dor- formed the color scheme carried out j they are in a position to aid him
mitories will occupy booths along in the dining room. A low bowl of Ito greater degrees than that- they
the walls of the gymnasium, and pink sweet peas and tall white tap- can help him in his parish work."
varieties of entertainment have ers in crystal holders served as the San piceiworihewhrk-
been scheduled. (centerpiece for the table Social Service work n the churchI
DANCES RESUME S
( e# fAnnounced bySera,
BREAKFRST TODAY Sx,-i iesas Rushing I
Pegasus Assists With Plans;
Over 75 Women Invited As a busy rushing season for the
second semester culminates in the
to Attend. pledging of new women by several
sororities, formal dances and fac-
About 75 women interested in ulty entertainments resume their
riding will be the guests of the prominent place among campus so-
Women's Athletic Association at a cial affairs. Some sororities have
breakfast-meeting to be held at out-of-town visitors at their houses
9:30 o'clock this morning in the for the week-end.
lounge of the Athletic building. Friday night the pledges of Gam-
The breakfast is being given with ma Phi Beta gave a formal dance
the assistance of Pegasus, riding in, honor of the active members
club. Frances Beuthien, '32, riding of the sorority. Prof. Earl S. Wola-
manager of W.A.A. is in charge of ver and Mrs. Wolaver, Mr. and Mrs.
the arrangements and is being as- Wilfred Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs.
sisted by Ruth Babbitt, '31, presi- John Wanamaker were invited to
dent of Pegasus. be chaperones for the affair.
Short talks will be given during Mrs. Lee E. Joslyn, of Detroit, has
the meeting by Dr. Margaret Bell, been a guest at the Gamm. Phi
advisor of women in physical edu- Beta house over the week-end.
cation, Miss Ethel McCormick and Alpha Xi Delta entertained ten
Miss Vanessa Glenn, of the physi- guests at a rushing dinner Thurs-
cal education faculty, and Frances I day night. The theme of the dec-
Beuthien. jorations was St. Patrick's day car-
Following the breakfast, t h e ried out in green flowers, tall green
group will be taken to the fair- tapers and matching favors.
grounds to see the indoor riding Sigma Kappa entertained some
ring and an exhibition of form rid- of its patrons at dinner Wednesday-
ing by members of Pegasus.
Members of the physical educa-
tion faculty who are attending the,
breakfast or the ride are Dr. Bell,
Miss McCormick, Miss Glenn, Miss
Laurie Campbell, Dr. Mabel Rugen,
Mrs. Dorothy Hall, Miss Edith Bar-
thel, Miss Dorothy Beise, Miss Marie '
Zettler, and Miss Marie Hartwig.
secretary, c r e a t i v e expression new
through the dance, the field work-
er, and religious education played stees,
important parts on the program. K
evening. The guests were Mrs.
Goodrich and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wood. Six members of Sigma Kap-
pa are attending the regional meet-
ing of the sorority at Lansing this
Sigma Kappa entertained sever-
al guests at rushing dinners Tues-
day and Wednesday evenings of
Alpha Epsilon Phi wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Margaret
Friedman, of Butler, Pennsylvania.
Miss Mary Crawford and Miss
June Day, both of Detroit, are
guests at the Alpha Chi Omega
house this week-end.
Miss Charlotte Goodrich, '30, of
Ypsilanti, is a guest at the Zeta
Tau Alpha house for the week-end.
All freshman women interest-
ed in trying out for the editorial
staff of the Michiganensan are
reouested to meet at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the edi-
torial office. Present tryouts are
also expected to attend the
Decoration Strikes Daring Note
in Color Combination.
With a decidedly modern turn in
the line of their decorations, Helen
Newberry entertained at a gay for-
mal dance last night. Unusual in
its color combination the dining
room, lined with panels of char-
treuse green and deep blue. was a
delightful surprise. The .alternating
panels ran from a center panel
which was designed by Helen Louise
Corban, '32; this was a daring bird
design in which the dominating
green and blue was emphasized by
a contrasting note of orange.
The receiving line included Mrs.
Florence W. Tousey, Miss Eunice
Van Camp, and Frances Jennings,
'31. Those in charge of the arrange-
ments were Mary Lou Hershey, '32,
assisted by Sally Bloom, '33, and
Corinne Tilton, '34.
Ken Linquist furnished the or-
chestra and the guests danced from
9 to 12 o'clock.
AUI makes of machines.
Our equipment and per-
s o n n e 1 are considered
among the best in the State. The result
of twenty years' careful building.
O. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615
Many Games Planned.
Alpha Chi Omega will operate a
shuffle board game, while Alpha
Epsilon Iota is to open a drug store
for the occasion. Alpha Epsilon
Phi will feature a target, and Alpha
Gamma Delta will present a court
room scene. Alpha Omicron Pi will
be in charge of the check room, Al-
pha Phi will again shine shoes, and
Alpha Xi Delta will present "Little
Collegiate Sorosis members are to
be vendors of ice cream cones, Del-
ta Delta Delta will go in to the
manicuring business temporarily,
and Chi Omega has a surprise in
the shape of "Orias Green and the
Flying Machine." Delta Gamma
will lay out a miniature golf course,
and Delta Zeta and Gamma Phi
Beta will sell pop corn and cookies
respectively. Kappa Alpha Theta
will paint silhouettes.
"Movies" Are Feature.
Kappa Delta will open a sweet,
shop, and Kappa Kappa Gamma
will sell candy. Pi Beta Phi promi-
ses excitement in "Campus Movies,"
while Sigma Kappa will go in for7
"Match Making." Theta Phi Alpha
has planned to psycho-analyze cus-
tomers., Zeta Tau Alpha will feat-
ure variety in "Heaven and Hell."
AdelianCheever will prove the
statement- -that the,,.".Dutch Mill
Makes Warm Friends," and Alum-
nae house will conduct a bean bag
throw, Couzens Hall a fish pond,!
and Helen Newberry a contest in
guessing weight. Martha Cooke will
present a vaudeville, and Betsy
Barbour will tell fortunes. Mosher
hall will revive the grand old game
of keeno, and Jordan hall will con-
duct a ring tossing contest.
Rehearsals for Play
Scheduled by Juniors
With the first night of "Came the
Dawn!" only two weekstaway, the
cast and choruses of the Junior
Girls' Play are rehearsing daily.
Tomorrow, Choruses A, C, and D
will rehearse at 4 o'clock, Choruses
E and F a 5 o'clock, and ChorusB
at 7:30 o'clock, all in the League
Choruses B and G will practice
at 4 o'clock on Tuesday, while
Choruses E and F will meet at 5
o'clock. The Centralcommittee will
meet at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday i
the League office in the League
Those who assisted in serving
were Mrs. John R. Effinger, Mrs.
Shirley Smith, Mrs. Julius Schlot-
terbeck, Mrs. Edson Sunderland,
Mrs. LouisKarpinski, Mrs. Irving
Scott, Mrs. Walter Pillsbury, Miss
Rose Anderson, Mrs. Arthur Moore,
and Mrs. Alberit Rousseau. Coffee
was served , mi the director's room
by Mrs. ByfI Fox Bacher, Miss Jean-
nette -Perry, and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, assisted by Miss Helen
The members of the Board of
Governors of the Alumnae- House
had a luncheon yesterday at 1
o'clock - in the Michigan League
Building. Immediately following the
luncheon a business meeting was
held by the Board.
Woman Pianist Gives
Concert for Faculty
Series This Afternoon
Maud Okkelberg, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Piano in the School of
Music, will give a program of piano
numbers at 4:15 this afternoon in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
This is one of a series of faculty
recitals being presented by the
School of Music this year.
Mrs. Okkelberg's program will in-
Prelude and Fugue in AC
Rondo... .... ..Mozart
In the Night..........Schumann
Variations and Fugue on amn
Theme of Handel-----Brahms
Chanson Tcheque . A. Tcherepnine
La Vallee des Cloches....
Jeux d'Eau ............--. ....Ravel
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was discussed by Mrs. Robert Page,
social service worker in Detroit.
She declared that the chief object
of this type of work is to handle
the mental, moral, and physical
sides of life. "The forward march
of social service will not only gain
new members for the church but
will make honest, upright men and
women for America."
In the rapid survey which follow-
ed, Miss Ellen Gammack showed
the importance of student work,
Miss Florence Anderson discussed
the opportunities for group work,
and briefer speeches on the parish
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Sun., March 15, 4:15, Hill Auditorium
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