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Barbara Braun, '33, Chairman of
Last Year's Cabaret,
Gives Address.
Parformance Ma yBe Given in
League Ballroom This
Results from the ,ophomore elec-
tions for chairmen of c nmittees
for the cabaret held at 4:00 o'clock
yesterday in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn theatre are as follows: gen-
eral chairman, Grace Mayer; .as-
sistant general chairman, Alice
GModenow; chairman of finance,
Josephine McCausey; chairman oft
publicity, Jeanette Detwiler; chair-
m a n of entertainment, Phyllis
Swift; chairman of decorations,
Ad Blackmnan; chairman 6f cos-
tumes, Prudenice Foster; chairman.
of waitresses, Joan Barnett; chair-
man of food, Harriet Jennings.
The elections were conducted by
the Judiciary council with Sally
Ensminger, '32, chairman of the
council presiding. Before the nom-
inating began several speeches
were made to give the women an
Sdea of thehwork connected with
pr6ducing the cabaret. Barbara
Braun, '33, chairman of last year's
cabaret, outlined the duties of the
various chairmen and suggested
the kind of women best suited for
the positions. She also told some-
thing of the organization of last
year, describing means by which
the central committee at that time
had saved money. She stated that
the decorations had been planned
last year with the intention of util-
ising them later and that part of
them had been sent to the children
in the University Hospital afterthe
New Plan To Be Tried.
Katherine Ferrin, '33, chairman
-of the League Bazaar, which is
given in connection with the .cab-
aret, explained the purpose of the
bazaar which is to raise money for
the undergraduate campaign for'
the eague, and announced that
something new was to be tried this
year. The bazaar, formerly held in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall at Bar-
bour Gymnasium, is to become a
street scene and. is to be held in
the ball room at the League. The
cabaret is to provide the entertain-
May Have Faculty Night.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social
director in the office of the Dean of
Women and advisor to the central
committee of the cabaret, advised
the women about choosing capable
chairmen and urged cooperation
among the entire group in making
thecabaret a success, as the out-
come of this year's project will de-
termine whether or not the new
plan is to be continued. She an-
nounced that an attempt was being
made to make from six to eight

romorrow Last Day
to Submit Golf Scores
Friday will be the last day for
women to hand in their score
cards for the qualifying round of
gclf iournament, according to an
announcement made today by
Jean Perrin, '34, who is in
charge. The final round willbee-
gin next week and the list, +01
women who have aualified will
be printed Saturday. Medal play
will be use#,
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Announcemenzts Follow Meeting1
of Athena in League.
Members of Athena, national
forensic society for women, held a
social meeting Tuesday evening in
the Cave of the League building,
entertaining as their guests those
women who tried out for member-
ship the previous week.
As part of the program, Ruth
Morrison, '32, gave a reading with
which she tried out for the society.
Jean Totter, '33, continued the pro-
gram with several piano solos. The
remainder of the evening was
spent in dancing after which re-
freshments were served.
After the meeting it was decided
that the following women would
be invited to become members:
Muriel Levy, '35, Sylvia Miller, '33,
Goldie Lightfoot, '33, Lucille Old-
ham, '32, Gladys Baker, '33, Vir-
ginia 'Denne, '35, Maryan Watrous,
'33, Margaret Jondro, '33, Carol
Hart gard., Eleanor Blumm, '5,
Margaret Phalan, '35, Ruth Morri-
son, '32, and Genevieve Griffey, '32.

Jordan, Alpha Epsilon Phi and
Independents Down
Two 0 to 0 scores, a 3 to 2, a 2 to
1, a 1 to 0, and a default are the'
results of Wednesday's intramural
hockey games which were played
at Palmer Field Hocuse.
Mosher Hall and Zeta Tau Alpha
had a good game and a fight de-
spite the 0 to 0 score. The other
two games at 4:15 o'clock were
Jordan Hall against Helen New-
berry and Alpha Epsilon Phi against
Alpha Omicron Pi. In the first
game Jordan Hall defeated Helen
Newberry 3 to 2. Dorothy Davidson,
'33, and Ann Morrison, '34, made
the three goals for Jordan. Anne
Russe made the goals for Helen
Newberry. In the third game Al-
pha Epsilon Phi defeated Alpha
Omicron Pi 2 to 1. Jane Fechei-
mer, '33, and Teresa Newall, '34,
made the goal points for the for-
mer team. Margaret Pulfrey, '34,
made the point for the latter team.
.At 5 o'clock Pelta Delta Delta
and Gamma Phi Seta had a score-
less game. Both.sides were hamp-
ered because of the number of new
and inexperienced players. Alpha
Phi defaulted to. Chi Omega be-
cause of . a deficiency of numbers.
The last game was between Sig-
ma Kappa and Independents. In-
dependents defeated Sigma Kappa
by 1 to 0. Catherine Rentschler,
'33, made the point for the Inde-
Kappa Kappa Gamma will play
Alpha Xi Delta Friday afternoon
at 4:45 o'clock at Palmer Field
House. This will complete the sec-
ond week of intramural hockey.
o'clock on one evening a faculty
According to the schedule of the
Women's Athletic Association the
cabaret is to be given on Decem-
ber 4th and 5th. The central com-
mittee will begin work on organi-
zation this week. .

Houses to Call for
Panhellenic Tickets
Sororities may call for Panhel-
lenic banquet tickets any time
today or the rest of the week.
They will be available at the
main desk of the League, in the
lobby, and may be obtained any
time during the day.
Office to Be Open From 2 to
6 o'Clock Every Day.
Members of the Women's Ath-
letic Association who have not paid
their dues will have an opportun-
ity to do so this week. There will
be someone from 2 o'clock to 6
o'clock every day this week in the
W. A. A. office.
Susan Manchester, '32, chairman
of the membership committee has
as her assistants Elsie G. Feldman.
'33, Harriet Brondsttetter, '34, Jean
Berridge, '33, Caroline Hyde, '34,
Helen Manchester, '33, Katherine
McGregor, '34, Mary A. Spaulding,
Today is the second day of the
membership campaign. An outdoor
trail on Saturday will culminate
the drive. Groups will start out at
2 o'clock from the Palmer Field
house. Women who attend this af-
fair will receive five W. A. A. units
and on the receipt of one dollar
will become active members of the
Every woman enrolled in the
University becomes an inactive
member of the W. A. A. and if five
points are recorded and one dollar
paid she becomes an active mem-
There will be a regular meeting
tonight of the executive board in
the League building.

Martha Cook
Miss Margaret Smith and Miss
Alta B. Atkinson, director of Mar-
tha Cook dormitory, are going to
entertain Miss Bess Robertson of
the Health Service at dinner to-
Plans are being made for the
annual Halloween party at Martha
Cook. The affair will be held
Thursday evening, October 29. An
event of the party will be the an-
nual stunt given by the ten women
who know the fewest of the Mar-
tha Cook residents. These ten were
"discovered" at the regular house
meeting last week.
Betsy Barbour.
An attractive birthday party was
held last evening honoring - all the
Betsy Barbour women whose birth-
days occur during the months of
September and October.
This evening will initiate the
first faculty dinner of the season
at Betsy Barbour House. The list
of guests includes Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man of the Economics department
and Mrs. Sharfman, Prof. N. E.
Nelson of the English department
and Mrs. Nelson, Prof. W. H. Wor-
rell of the Oriental Languages de-
partment and Mrs. Worrell, Prof.
N. H. Anning of the Mathematics
department and Mrs. Anning, Dr.
B. D. Thuma of the Psychology de-
partment and Mrs. Thuma and
Howard K. Gloyd of the Zoology
department and Mrs. Gloyd.
The climax of the social activi-
ties of the week will come on Sun-
day when the Board of Governors
of Betsy Barbour, Miss Kathleen
Hamm, the business manager, and
the residents will entertain from
four to seven at a tea in honor of
Mrs. Gerritt J. Diekema, director
of Betsy Barbour..
Mosher Jordan.
The regular weekly tea of Mosher
Jordan halls is being held in Mosh-
er hall this afternoon. The student
hostesses will be Carolyn Higgins,
'33, and Veneta Cook, '34. Those
who will assist in serving at the
affair are Glennis Cool, '32, Grace
Unger, '34, Idaruth Peterson, ''33,
Dorothy Cook, '31, Virginia Denne,
'34, and Helen McArthur, '34.

Kappa Delta. ;
Tuesday afternoon the Kappa
Delta sorority gave their pledge;
tea. The color scheme for the af-
ternoon was green and white,. the
sorority colors. Mrs. Anna Dilling-
ham poured. Thursday evening
members are entertaining personal
friends at dinner.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Tuesday evening Kappa Kappa
Gamma entertained eight guests
at a rushing dinner. Pink roses and
ivory tapers were used attractively
for decorating, and the guests were
entertained by -a male quartette
during dinner. The sorority has
chosen Thursday afternoon for its
pledge tea.
Chi Omega.
Chi Omega will hold a tea -this
afternoon in honor of the pledges.
Tonight, a few guests will be enter-
tained at a rushing dinner. This
week-end, Mary Clay Williams,
chapter visitor will stay at the
Wearers Must Earn Five Points
in W. A. A. Activities.
Women wishing to order W. A. A.
blazers are asked to call Jean
Bentley at 7037. The price is $6.00
if fifteen or more are sent for. The
women who ordered last year are
requested to do so again, as the
list has been lost.
These jackets are. excellent for
outdoor activity in the fall and
early spring. The class numerals
may be worn on the pockets. It is
necessary to earn five points or
more at some sport, and pay $1.00
membership dues before the privil-
ege of wearing a blazer is extended.
They are made of dark blue wool,
fashioned on straight lines, with
two large pockets. Miss Bentley
will be glad to supply any further,

Phi Sigma Sigma.
Friends of the members of Phi
Sigma Sigma were entertained at
an informal dinner last night.
Pi Beta Phi.
This afternoon the Pi Beta Phil
are honoring their new chaperon,e
Mrs. L. C. Hauswald, at a tea. Mrs.'
Henry Riggs, Mrs. Frederick Ald-
rich, and Mrs. Charles Jamison will
pour. Besides Mrs. Hauswald, Mrs.
Alfred White and Mrs. Palmer
Christian, alumni of the chapter,
and Eleanor Walkinshaw, president
of the chapter will receive. Yellow
and Green will be used in decora-
tions. Tuesday evening the soror-
ity entertained six guests at a rush-
ing dinner. Orange fl9wers and'
candles were used.
Sigma Kappa.
The Sigma Kappas have as their
house guest Mrs. Ruby Carver
Emerson of Boston, grand vice-
president and a daughter of one
of the founders of the sorority. In
her honor a tea will be given Fri-
day. Mrs. Weldon Hare will pour.
This evening the sorority is enter-
taining six rushees at dinner.
Theta Phi Alpha.
The Theta Phi Alpha pledge tea
was on Tuesday. Mrs. George Burke
poured and Mrs. Maude Thompson,
chaperone of the house, and Moy-
rane Podesta, sorority president,
Zeta Tau Alpha.
An Instalation Service in Lans-
ing attracted members of the lo-
cal Zeta Tau Alpha chapter last
week-end. Members of the chapter
who assisted in the service are
Dorothy Elsworth, Marjorie Els-
worth, Thelma Cooper, Ann Neber-
ly, and Gladys Schroeder. This af-
ternoon the sorority is honoring its
pledges with a tea at which Mrs.
Frank Stevens and Mrs. Russell
Hussey will pour., Saturday the
pledges will be guests of the Alpha.
Gamma alumni at a tea to be giv-
en at the Women's City Club in De-
troit. This tea is an annual affair.
The sorority also wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Dorothy
Seever, '33,-of Worcester, Mass., and
Marjorie Winch, '35, of Cleveland,

Freshman Group Having P
Attendance at League Ti
to Be Honored.
In order to stimulate ater
at the first of the monthly I
parties, to be held from 4 to
clock in the main ballroom
League this Friday, a prize'v
offered to the Freshman
which has one hundred perce
The tea is being given in hc
freshmen women, and they
attend in the groups into
they were divided during Or
tion week. Faculty advisoi
student assistants have also
invited to the affair, and all
en on campus are urged to a
"We are especiallyanxio
have every freshman woma
tend this party," stated Cat
Heeson, '33, social chairman
League, who is in charge of t
rangements. "It is not beinj
en for freshmen exclusively
ever, and we are anxious t
every woman on campus,.
These parties are given pri
to stimulate a spirit of frien
among the women, and las
the plan was very successful
The party will be informa
there will be dancing to the
of the League orchestra.
for bridge will also be availal
W.A.A. Plans S upp
Ride for Next Sw
In order to provide a pl
outing for those interested :
ing, the-Women's Athletic A
tion is sponsoring a ride to
for supper on Sunday, Octobe
All who care to go call M:
Mullison, 7418, to arrang
horses, and meet at Barbour
nasium at 4:00 o'clock on S
Starting Saturday a beg
class in riding will meet firo:
to 10:30 o'clock weekly. Call
beth Cooper for further in:

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