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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1930 THE MICHIGAN U A ILI
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NATIONALLY FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
IS CHOSENBY MUSIC COMMITTEE
TO PLAY AT PAN-HELEN],!'C'BALL
Dorothy Felske, '32, Chairman,
Announces Selection of
Commodores.
DECORATIONS PLANNED,

FOOTBALL GAME OCCASIONS BUFFET
SUPPERS AND TEAS AT SORORITIES
social Functions of the Week entertained them at a buffet sup-
Include Patroness and per after the game.
Faculty Dinners. Pi Rpm. igaeneraie

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VOLUNTEERS ASKED
TO HELPDECORATE
Decoration Head Issues Call for
Sophomore Women to Assist
With Cabaret.

BARBOUR SCHOLARSHIP STUDENT
SPECIALIZES IN SOCIOLOGY COURSES

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Distribution of
Take Place

Tickets Will
Thursday

and Friday..
An orchestra of national fame
has been chosen by the music com-
mittee of the Pan Hellenic Ball to
furnish the music for the event to
be held Friday evening, Nov. 28, in
the ballroom of the Women's
League building. Junior Sutton and
his Commodores, formerly of the
Commodore Hotel in New York,
and now playing at the Commodore
Perry Hotel in Toledo and broad-
casting over the Columbia system,
is the orchestra selected.
Dorothy Felske, '32, chairman of
the music committee, assisted by
Jane Helmel, '32, and Dorothy
Schwarz, '31, members of her com-
mittee before signing the contract
for the orchestra heard it play in
Toledo and Miss Felske has des-
cribed it as an excellent hotel or-
chestra, suitable for ballroom danc-
ing. "We considered a number of
well-known orchestras for t h e
dance but finally decided on Junior
Sutton and his Commodores be-
cause we felt that ,theirs was the
type of dance music we desired for
such a party as the Pan Hellenic
Ball," said Miss Felske.
Ticket Allotment is Limited.
Sororities desiring tickets for the
ball should have informed Eugenie
Chapel, '32, chairman of tickets, of
the exact number they wish by to-
day. Each house is limited to 11
tickets. In case some houses may
not want the full number they are
allotted, the houses that wish a
greater number may be able to
have a few more later. However
sororities desiring more tickets
will not be able to have them if
they are to be for freshmen as the
number of tickets; is limited and
preference is to be given upper-
classmen. Also because of the lim-
ited number of tickets the number
allotted to independent women is
50 this year.
The tickets will be obtainable at
a table in the lobby of the League
next Thursday and Friday. Houses
are asked to send a representative
to collect the number that they re-
sarved.
Thedpatrons and patronesses for
the ball are: President Alexander
G. Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven,
Dean John R. Effinger and Mrs.
Effinger,Dean Wilbur R. Hum-
phreys, Dean Joseph A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Prof. Philip E.
Bursley and Mrs. Bursley, Dean
Herbert Sadler and Mrs. Sadler.
Prof. Robert Angell and Mrs.
Angell, Mr. and Mrs. Burton D.
Thuma, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Emery, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Alice C. Lloyd,
dean of women, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, and
Miss Jean Etta Perry.
Programs Are Selected.
Unusual programs have been se-
lected as the favors by the com-
mittee, headed by Sarah Francis
Orr, '31 They are of a novel design
and will prove to be attractive
souvenirs. They will be distribut-
ed at a table near the candy booth
in University Hall the week of the
ball.
The decorations will be simple
this year, fall flowers being used in
profusion through out the ball-
room. Jean Botsford, '33, is chair-
man of the decorations committee.
NOTICE
Sally Ensminger, '32, has been
appointed to the Judiciary Council
in place of Jeannie Roberts, '32,
who has resigned.

Many social functions have been
occasioned this week-end by the'
football game. The sororities have
been holding open house for their
alumnae and . other guests, and
some of them have entertained
further with teas and buffet sup-
pers after the game. The early part
of the week saw a number of fac-
ulty and patroness dinners.
Zeta Tau Alpha gave a faculty
dinner on Wednesday night in
honor of the following guests: Prof.
Russel C. Hussey and Mrs. Hussey,
and Prof. Lowell J. Carr and Mrs.
Carr. On Friday night the. sorority
entertained its Ann Arbor alumnae
association at dinner. A business
meeting was held afterwards. Many
of the Zeta Tau Alpha alumnae re-
turned this week-end for the foot-
ball game.
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained
the following members of the fac-
ulty at a formal dinner on Wednes-
day night: Prof. John Slawson and
Mrs. Slawson, Prof. 0. J. Campbell
and Mrs. Campbell, and Prof.
Morris P. Tilleyand Mrs. Tilley.
Kappa Alpha Theta served a buffet
supper after the game last evening
as part of their open house enter-
tainment this week-end.
Alpha Omicron Pi is holding
openhouse this week-end for the
alumnae and other guests, and

visiting at the house this week-end. WL EI OKN W
_ ~WILT- BEGIN WORK NOW
Faculty are Entertained.
Alpha Phi gave a formal faculty "In sending out a call for Sopho-
dinner last Wednesday night. The more women to assist with the
work of converting Sarah Angel
following members of the faculty hall into a suitable background for
were guests: Dean John R. Effinger ( the Sophomore Cabaret," stated
and Mrs. Effinger, Prof. Howard Y. Catherine Heeson, chairman of the
McClusky and Mrs. McClusky, Mr. decoration committee, "I wish to
Charles E. Koella and Mrs. Koella, emphasize the fact that the help
of a great many women will be
Prof. Benjamin D. Merritt and Mrs. necessary in order to make the
Merritt, Mr. A. Mastro Valerio and project a success."
Mrs. Valerio, and Prof. A. S. Aiton. "This is an opportunity for women
who are interested in making the
Collegiate Sorosis served a buffet cabaret the success it was last year.

Prof. Arthur W. Bromage and Mrs.
Bromage at dinner last Wednes-
day night. The sorority has many
alumnae and out-of-town guests

Former Teacher in University die School which is one of the two
at Tientsin comments divisions of the Nan-Kai Univers-
ity at Tientsin, holding the position
on School System. of dean.
"The University of Tientsin is
Miss Lucretis Lui, one of the new very similar to the University of
Barbour Scholarship women living Michigan," Miss Lui remarked,
at the Helen Newberry Dormitory, "but, of course on a smsller scale.
is following an educational course The system of grades is like that
in which she plans to specialize in of American schools.
sociology. Before coming here she Miss Lui has brought many in-
taught in the Nan-Kai Girls' Mid- teresting souvenirs from her home.

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Margaret Mealy, '32Ed.,
Who is general chairman of the
Pan-Hellenic Ball to be held Friday
evening, Nov. 28.
DORMITORIES GV
FAULTY DOINNERS
Alumnae and Residents Honored
in Social Activities
by Receptions.
Social activities at the dormitor-
ies duringthe past week have been
limited to receptions in honor of
the faculty and dances and dinners
for residents and alumnae.
Martha Cook residents honored
the Dean of Women and her staff
at a formal dinner on Wednesday
night. Those who were present
were: Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Miss Ellen Stev-
enson, Miss Jean Etta Perry, and
Mrs. Byrl Bacher.
Wolverines and yellow mums
formed a colorful background in
the Blue room of Martha Cook last
night where the women of the
dormitory gave an informal foot-
ball dance.

Doctor Jiminez Urges
Careful Reducing Diet
Including Necessities
Dr. Buenaventura Jimenez, of
the University Hospital and Health
service, will speak to the Tolstoy
group Tuesday on Vegetarianism.
"Diets in addition to the meatless
one," said Dr. Jimenez, "are varied
and should be carefully planned.
Weight is not an inherited quality
as some believe but a thing that
comes of one of two things, two
much food, or the wrong kind.
Women when they gain a pound
or twoare very likely to become
worried, and in order to quickly
loose the surplus go on a liquid
diet, or some other fad of the day.
The body requires certain things
and while it is surely possible to
lose, it should be gone about in a
d A rn n~ ln m n n

supper after the football game yes-i
terday.Q
Alpha Epsilon Phi have several
alumnae as guests this week-end.j
They are Corin Schwartz, Dorothy
Bloom, Herma Grabowsky, Rosalie1
Grabowsky, Dorothy Touff, Marion
Bainzlit, and Johanna Dusenberg,
all of Detroit, and Juliette Cohen,i
of El Paso, Texas. Last night thei
chapter gave a pajama party for
their guests.
Pledging Announced.
Alpha Xi Delta announces the
pledging of Jean Porter, '34, of
Grand Rapids. Guests this week-
end at the Alpha Xi Delta house
include Marion McDonald, Detroit;
Marion Goodale, Hastings; Marion
Geib, Grand Rapids, and Helen
Cotchell, Albion. The sorority held
open house yesterday afternoon
after the football game.
Alpha Chi Omega is entertaining
the following guests this week-end:
Elizabeth White, Cincinnati; Edna
Mae Jennings, Detroit; Aileen Yeo,
Rochester, and Marion Pearson,
Detroit. Tea was served to the
guests after the game yesterday.
Sigma Kappa honored their
pledges with an informal dance
Friday night at which the chaper-
ones were Professor and Mrs. Wells
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Wilde,'
and Mrs. J. M. Holt.
Guests at the Sigma Kappa house
this week-end are Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ruten, Dr. and Mrs. K. M. McCall,
Mrs. E. Schiel, and Dorothy Mar-
shik.
LOS ANGELES-Art Shires, bad
boy of the major leagues, recently
was married to Miss Elizabeth
Greenbaum here. Shires is with the
Washington Senators, of the Amer-
ican League.

Everyone cannot appear in the
Cabaret itself, but the work done
by decoration helpers counts just
as much in creating the general ef-
feet," Miss Heeson continued.
The committee has made tenta-
tive plans for the decoration
scheme, which will be announced
at a later date. Work will be begun
immediately, however, on the scen-
ic backgrounds which have been
planned.
Women who are interested in
this work should get in touch with
Catherine Heeson at 22249 as soon
as possible.
DR. MAUD WATSON
TALKS ON HEALTH
Intelligent people are coming to
see more and more the necessity
for the careful supervision of the
health, both physical and mental,
of the children of the state. And
so we have the Children's Fund
of Michigan, a fund of $10,000,000,
which has made possible the Child-
ren's Center which is located in
Detroit. Dr. Maud E. Watson is
director of this Child Guidance
Division of the Fund. The aim of
the workers in this division is not
only to cure buthto prevent. Any
"problem child" is studied with a
view to correcting any tendencies
the child might have which will
make his social life a maladjusted
lone.
"We no longer think of mental
hygiene in the way we used to,"
says Miss Watson. "Mental health
does not apply only to abnormal
people; but to all of us. We all
have to make certain adjustments
to the social conditions in which
we are living; and certain of us
sometimes find this a difficult
thing to do. And so we develop
I habits which make life difficult,
such as super-sentiveness, seclu-
siveness, and other things."

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More than 250 members of the I(sienific *nq
faculty were honored Friday night We of the dot
at a formal reception given by the bor are only
Board of Governors and residents one who reall
of Adelia Cheever. Mrs. J. Robbins, to lose in th
Mrs. Edwin Goddard, Mrs. Alta your diet, do
Sehulerhouse chaperone, and Eliza- but absoolut
beth Urban, '31, president, were in essential bod;
the receiving line.
Mrs. Walter Jillsbury, Mrs. C. 0.
Davis, Miss E. Barnard, Mrs. J. R.
Nelson, Mrs. J. R. Ef fingr, Mrs.
Ira Smrith, Mrs. R. C. Hussey, Mrs.
E. Dow, and Mrs. Byrl Bacher
served the refreshments at the
affair.
Last night the Adelia Cheever
women gave a formal dance at
which Mrs. Alta Schule was the
chaperone. RE
Miss Mary Lytle and Miss Cath-
erine Hamm, directors of Betsy
Barbour, gave a tea-dance for the
residents of the dormitory last state
Tuesday afternoon. Guests and
alumnae were honored at dinner
following the game yesterday after-
noon.
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