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Asoci-ted Press Photo
Helen Coolidge, daughter of Senator Marcus A.' Coolidge, of Massa-
chusetts, hopes to make portraits of all members of the United States,
Senate, embellish each with a background symbolic of his state, and
hang the coleciton in some public building. Here she is at work in her
studio.

Mary O'Brien Named President .Cli Omega. nd faculty dinner of the season
Fr. .Six guests were entertained at a this evening. The guests present
oFreshman Organzation rushing dinner Wednesday night will be Prof. William A. McLaugh- I
Wednesday Night. at Chi Omega. Open house and a I, r
guest dinner i feature he Home- ad rs. McLaughlin, Dr. John
Election of officers of the Fresh- coming weekend. W. Scholl and Mrs. Scholl, Dr. Ar-
man Girls' Glee club for the cor- D ta Delta Delta. thur L. Dunham, Mr. and Mrs.
ing year at a special meeting Wed- .Saturday night Delta elta Delta Charles N. Staubach, Mr. and Mrs.
wishes to announce the pledging of William D. Baten and Mr. Leon-
nesday night resulted nshe elec~ Miss Helen Bernthal, '34, Standish,
tion of Mary O'Brien, '33, as .presi- Michigan. A tea was held yhe ard Manyon.
dent, Maxine Maynard, '35, vice- sOrority yesterday in honor of Miss
president, Ruth Bosse, '35, secre- Louis McGalliard, of Le Graige, Mackinack Island, Michigan vot-
tary, and Eleanore Heath, '35 Indiana, tole Province Deputy, who ed 253 to 2 for Al Smith in .1928.
is a guest ofethe chapter this week.
treasurer. Catherine Moule, '35, Mrs. Thomas Reed poured. Open Michigan produces 81 per cent of
was named librarian. house Saturday after the game will the world peppermint supply.
The defeated candidates for the be a feature of Homeconng week- -
various offices included Dorothy end.
Lee Vincenti, '35, and Ella Mae Delta Gamma.
Broome, '35, for president; Francis Delta Gamma entertained as din-
Manwarring, '35, for vice-president; nr guests Tuesday night, Mrs.
Barbara Bates, '35, and Elizabeth Terry of Rochester, Minnesota, and
Moore, '35, for secretary; Virginia Mrs. Hess, of Detroit. Six of. the
Salisbury, '35, and Barbara Bates, alumnae were honored at dinner
'35, for treasurer, and Marjorie Al- on Monday night. They were Mrs.,
brecht, '35, for librarian. Frederick Morgan, Mrs. Nancy Blake
Plans have been made by the Thomas, Mrs. Stuart G. Bates, Mrs. TODAY THRI
club's sponsor, Miss Helen Gould, David Shire, Mrs. Henry Hubbard,
for several important appearances of'Detroit, and Miss Helen Ru-
fhoor t. th erd olphe of Dowajiac, Michigan.
throughout the year. -
The glee club is an organization Delta Zeta.
of first year women which has both Delta Zeta entertained Frances special buy has enabled
musical and social purposes. There Vdicent and Betty Finney of De- necessary formal gloves a
are more than fifty members this troit as house guests last week-end.
year. Miss Luyene Budge, also of Detroit, usually paid., They are ob
4v__wsa dinner guest on Tuesday eve- and black French kid in I
ning. adbakFec adi
NOTICE Betsy Barbour.
Any sophomore women wish- Betsy Barbour will give its sec-
ing to act as hostesses at the
Cabaret please call one of the
following women before the end Ct! an$7.95 d$850
of this week: Joan, Barnette,ontinuing our
22510; May Seefried, 22591; Mary 16 Butt
Brimijoin, 23281; Catherine Gri- V CutIom Made
fith, 23281. Eligibility of women Now
who call will be checked by the
waitress committee.

women have been entertained as a
group by the staff of the Dean of
Women's office, and the meeting
is being held with the- idea in view
of planning some sort of informal
social organization for graduate
women.
Need for an organization is felt,
for out of the 383 graduate women
on this campus, 30 live at Jordan
Hall, 14 at University House, and
the rest are obliged to secure their
own lodgings, chiefly at private
homes, where they have no means
of social contact either with each
other or with the faculty.
Staff to Assist.
Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Mrs. Estherj
M. Cram, regent of. the university,
and Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of
women, will be in the receiving line.
Other women assisting the staff of
the Dean of Women's office at the
tea will be Mrs. Carl Huber, Mrs.
William Bishop, Mrs. Charles S.
Burt, Miss Isabelle Dudley, and the'
following wives of members of the
Graduate School Board: Mrs. J. E.
Hayden, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs.
Peter Field, Mrs. I. M. Cram, Mrs.
H. B. Lewis, Mrs. J. G. Winter, Mrs.
J. B. Edmundson, Mrs. H. M. Ran-
dall, and Mrs. Peter Okkelberg.
MUSIC GRADUA TESi
WILL BEHONORED1
Association of University Women
Will Hold Reception at,
RegularMeeting.
In recognition of the admission
of School of Music graduates to,
rnembership in the Association andI
in honor of new members the Exe-
cutive Board of the American As-
sociation of University Women will
act as hostesses for the regular
monthly neeting' of the Apn Arbor
branch at a reception and musi-
cale to be held at the home of Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, 815 S. Uni-
versity, on Friday afternoon, Nov.
27, at three o'clock.
Mrs. Maud Okkleberg, pianist,
and Mrs. Marion Struble Freeman,
violinist, will present a program at
three thirty o'clock.
Presbyterian Women
to Hold Bazaar Today
The Women's Association of the
Presbyterian church is planning to
hold a radio bazaar and dinner at
the church from one o'clock this
afternoon until nine o'clock to-
night.

Permanent Hours for Rehearsals
of Sophomore Groups Are
Posted Today.
Permanent rehearsal hours were
set for every chorus in the Sopho-
more Cabaret this afternoon in or-
der to avoid any confusion in re-
gard to the days on which the dif-
ferent groups meet.

Winning Team Will Meet Helen
Newberry Residence
in Finals.
Kappa Delta defeated Zeta Tau
Alpha, in the semi-finals of the in-
tramural hockey tournament yes-
terday afternoon at Palmer field,
by a, score of 2 to 1 in one of the
fastest games of the season.
The winning team of the Kappa
Delta sorority was led by Dorothy
Felske, '32, and Elizabeth Cooper,
'34, who each made a score which
turned the decision in their favor
in the final result.
This game determined which
team was to meet a team from
Helen Newberry Residence in the
final game of the season to decide
the championship. Competition has
, een exceptionally keen in the
games which have led up ,to the
championship, promising an excit-
ing contest next week.
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The schedule is as follows:
Tango-3 o'clock, Monday, Wed-
nesday, Friday in Barbour Gym-
nasium. Empress Eugenie-4
o'clock, Monday, Wednesday, Fri-
day inB ar bour Gymnasium.
Chess group No.'1-4:30 o'clock,
Monday, Wednesday, Friday I in
B a r b o u r Gymnasium. Chess
Group No. 2-3 o'clock, Tuesday
and Thursday in Barbour Gym-
nasium. Chess Group No. 2-11
o'clock, Sat urday in B a r b o lxr
Gymnasium. Modernistic Group
-5 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday,
Friday in Barbour Gymnasium.
Michigaxn Band-S o'clock, Mon-
day, Friday in Barbour Gymnas-
iun. Harmonica Group-4 o'clock,
Tuesday and Thursday in Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Ukelele Group
--4 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday,
Friday a' League.

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Journalism Society
Hears Play by Brumm
Members of Kappa Tau Alpha,
national journalistic society, and
Mr. and Mrs. Mauer and Mr. and
Mrs. Haines were entertained Mon-
day night at the home of Profes-
sor Brumm. The one act play
"Scr'ambled- Ego" which is to be
presented Nov. 19 at the Mimes
theatre in honor of the delegates
of the University Press Club, was
read by Professor Brumm who is
the author.

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