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edging Ceremonies

Terminate Week of Rushing by




Silence Will
iI 5 o'Clock


abaret Dinners, Pirate Raids
and Fox Hunts Feature
Week's Rushing.
(Continued From Page z)'
Dak; Christine Kelly, '35, Royal
Dak; Ruth Birdseye, '33, Detroit;
Miriam Hall, '34, Detroit; Margaret
3urke, '35, Marquette; Irene Hall,
35, Ann Arbor.
Chi Omega.
Betty Caldwell, '33, Oakmont,
Pennsylvania; Dorothy Hart, '35,
loyal Oak; Vera Krieghoff, *'35,
Grosse Pointe; Beatrice De Vine,
35, Ann Arbor; Alice Goodwin, '35,
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Eleanore
Graham, '32, Ann Arbor; Helen
Loomis, '35, Detroit; Mary O'Brien,
35, Detroit; Gertrude Pesche, '35,'
Collegiate Sorosis.
Emily Campbell '34, Ann Arbor;'
3etty Drake, '35, Detroit; Mary
MIargert Dugan, '35, Detroit; Mary
Paul, '35, Ann Arbor; Virginia Sals-
ury, '35, Detroit; Julia Quirk,
Grad., Ypsilanti; Margaret Wind-
aam, '35, Port Huron; Margaret
Anderson, '34, Detroit; Maria Gibbs,
35, Jacksonville, Florida; Eunice
Eatch, Grad., Ypsilanti; .Betty Anne
Long, '35, Bryan, Ohio; Frances
Manwaring, '35, Flint; Martha New-
hardt, '35, Wheeling, West Virginia;
Ruth Poat, '35, Battle Creek; Mary
Sabin, '35, Battle Creek; Barbara
Sutherland, '35, Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania; Fredricka Waldron, '35,
Ann Arbor.
Delta Delta Delta.
Myra Adkinson, '35, Orlando,.
Florida; Jane Brucker, '35, Detroit;
Ruth Latchow, '34, Defiance, Ohio;
Claudine Pope, '33, Pampa, Florida;
Mary Pray,x'33, Jackson; Pauline
Scott, '33, Grand Rapids; Mary.
Claire Flimey, '33, Ishpeming, Mich-
igan; Margaret Sweetman, '34,
Priscott, Arizona; Margaret Jean
Brown, '33, Flint; Jane Kauffman,
35, Porrington, Wyoming; Anna
Jane Chamberlain, '35, Detroit;
Elinor Yeagley, '33, Defiance, Ohio.
Delta Gamma.
Beatrice Bruce, '33, Highland
Park; Margaret Hertrick, '35, Flush-
ing; Helen Elizabeth Aigler, '35,;
Ann Arbor; Nan Diebel, '35, Detroit;
Elizabeth Howard, '35, Franklin,
Pennsylvania; Virginia Ludt, '34,
Detroit; Alice Morgan, '35, Detroit;
Mary Phillips, '33, Jackson Heights,
New York; Faith Ralph, '33, Oak
Park, Illinois; Mary Reif, '34, Pitts-
burg, Pennsylvania; Virginia Rob-
erts, '35, Oak Park, Illinois; Marg-
aret Wineman, '35, Highland Park;
Anna Jean Leech, '33, Detroit.
Delta Zeta.
Goldie Lightfoot, '33, Flint; Mar-
jorie Western, '35, Lakewood, Ohio;
Elizabeth Hurd, '33, Flint; Alice
Mahnke, '33, Port Huron; Betty

Birmingham; Grace Unger, '34, Chi-
Kappa Delta
Katherine Anning, '35, Ann Ar-
bor; Helen Bellou, '34, Detroit; Dor-
othy Peterson, '33, Jamestown, New
York; Wanda Lee, '33, Detroit; Vir-
ginia Lee, '35, ° Detroit; Ella Mae
Broome, '35, Detroit; Mary Ellen
Webster, '35, Pontiac; Ruth Grover,
'35, Highland Park; and Elizabeth
Moore, '35, Grosse Point.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mary Louise Gray, '35, Erie, Penn-
sylvania; Polly Richard, '32, Grand
Rapids; Barbara Roses, '34, Cleve-
land, Ohio,; Harriet White, '34,
Jonesville; Marjorie Albrecht, '34,
Flint;. Harriet Brominstetter, '35,
Mount Pleasant; Virginia Dae Cluff,
'35, Detroit; Mary Alice Frederic k,
'34, Detroit; Betty Frank, '34, Jack-
son; Margaret Kimball, '35, Ann
Arbor; Eloise Kincaid, '35, Mont-
gomery, West Virginia; Louise Lit-
tle, '35, Ann Arbor; Betty Neal, '35,
Birmingham; and Rebecca Pruett,
'34, Frankfort, Kentucky.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Rowena Golzstein, '35, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania; Dorothy Icove, '35,
Cleveland, Ohio; Rose Modell, '35,
Detroit; Florence Travis, '35, De-
troit; and Frances Zwirnbaum, '35,
Bradford Pennsylvania.
Pi Beta Phi
Mary Brinijoan, '34, Wilmington,
Delaware; Mary Lou Cummings, '35,
Ann Arbor; Doris Gimmy, '35, Ann
Arbor; Betty Woodhams, '35, Buf-
falo, New York; Barbara Bates, '33,
Ovid; Ruth .Bosse, '35, Evansville,
Indiana; Ruth Bradner, '35, Detroit;
Margaret Welch, '35, Detroit; Fay
Whitcomb, '33, Trenton, Missouri;
Betty Mercer, '35, Detroit; Elizabeth
McKinney, '35, Alton, Illinois; Max-
ine Maynard, '33, Adrian; Martha
Carpenter, '34, Poland, Ohio; Con-
stance Crawford, '33, Niles; Betty
Heckel, '35, Detroit; Margaret Mar-
tindale, '34, Gary, Indiana; Rosa-
mund Martindale, '34, Gary, Indi-
Sigma Kappa
Charlotte M a n c h e s t e r, grad.,
Bloomington, Illinois; Ruth Carver,
'35, Ann Arbor; Mary Wheeler, '35,
Ferndale; and Velma Wilson, '35,
Ann Arbor.
Theta Phi Alpha
Margaret Thalen, '35, Erie, Penn-
sylvania; Elizabeth Immel, '35, De-
troit; Mildred Cresswell, '33, Flint;
Alice Mahoney, '35, Boston, Massa-
chusetts; and Eleanor Blum, '35,
Zeta Tau Alpha
Helen Wilson, '35, Saginaw; Ellen
Walton, '33, Traverse City; Elva
Pascoe, '33, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth
Duncan, '34, Jeanette, Pennsylvan-
ia; and Violet Lyle, '33, Bridgeport.

Dean Calls Meeting
of Heads of Houses
to Seek Cooperation
Directoresses of dormitories, sor-
ority chaperones, and league house
heads are to meet with the staff of
the Dean of Women's office at 3:15
o'clock Thursday afternoon in the
Grand Rapids room at the League.
Theprogram for the afternoon
includes an informal discussion of
the work done in the Dean of Wo-
men's office with an explanation of
the particular duties of each mem-
ber of the staff. This is to be fol-
lowed by a tea at which the staff
of the Dean of Women's office will
be hostesses.
"The purpose of the meeting,,,
said Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean of Wo-
men "is to show how the house
heads can best cooperate in the in-
terest of the students."

Mosher-Jordan Residents Select
Corridor Captains for
House Committee

State Conference
With Formal

Weekly Saturday Classes to Be
in Session for Women Who
Wish to Ride.

Opens Tonight
Meeting of

Elections for corridor captains Women interested in riding will
were held last Thursday and Friday have an opportunity to sign up for
in Mosher Jordan halls. There were a supper ride which is to be given
no nominations. The residents in aspe iewihi ob ie
each corridorsvoted for the one Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
that they wanted to represent them The ride will last two hours in-
and the person receiving the ma- cluding the supper and will cost
jority of votes was elected. two dollars. All women who wish
The corridor captains with the to join the party can do so by call-
four house presidents in each hall in th o so by all-
make up the House Committee. ing Elizabeth Cooper, '34, at 331
There are ten corridor representa- who is in charge of the plans. This
tives in Mosher and eleven in Jor- should be done today and tomor-
dan. The secretary and treasurer of row as the number wilf be limited.
each hall is elected by the House A class in riding is to be held
Committee from their own group- every -Saturday morning from 8:30
Chairmen of standing committees to 9:30 o'clock for women who wish
are appointed by the president of to learn to ride or gain more prac-
the hall and approved by the coun- tice. No physical education credit
cil. These committees are six in will be given. This class is being
number and include scholarship, conducted through the auspices of
social, health, music, and athletics, the Women's Athletic Association.
The regular elections for class pres- Although the class has already
idents will be held the first week been organized any freshmen or
in November. upperclassmen who are interested
In Jordan hall, as a result of the pshould call Miss Cooper.
elections last week, the corridor
captains are Dena Ruth Baron, '35, Mademoiselle Manka Rubinstein,
Jane M. Cooper, '33, Royena Mary sister and co-worker of the well
Hornbeck, grad., Goldie Lightfoot, known Helena, is visiting Detroit to
'33, Maretta Hartinek, '35, Thelma give the women of that city the
M. Meyer, '32, Alice L. Niederstadt, benefits of her experience.
'32Ed, Betty Osgood, '32, Harriet I.__
Schiele, '32, Mary Elizabeth Smith, - -
grad., and Margaret J. William,
Those elected in Mosher are Dor-
othy M. Davis, '33, Dorothy Cook,
'32, Elise F. Dodge, '32, Ruth I.
Colby, '34, Rose E. Zuber, '32Ed,
Charlotte L. Etzold, '32Ed, Miriam
Hall, '34, Georgianna Mott, '33, Isa-
bel M. Bonicave, '34, and Roselynn
M. Caley, '32Ed.a o d
Miss Inez V. Bozorth, director of
Mosher Jordan halls, is in Buffalo,
New York, at the present time, at-
tending a National Convention of Good News fo

Women in Classes to Comnpete;
Others May Sign Up.
Beginning the fall season of min-
or sports, a tennis tournament is
now being conducted by the phys-
ical education department.
In each tennis class there will
be competitive games and the win-
ner from each class will enter in anj
elimination contest. Women who
are not enrolled in tennis classes
may enter the tournament by sign-
ing up by the end of this week at
the Palmer Field House. They will
play along with the winners from
the classes. All matches will begin
this week.
Miss Marie Zettler, instructor in
physical education and Jean Por-
ter, '34, are in charge of the plans.
Betsy Barbour Plans
Week End Programs
Betsy Barbour House is already'
busy in the preparation of .plans
for its autumn social program,
which will begin October 18, the
week-end of the Ohio State foot-
ball game. At this time Senator
and Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenburg,
of Grand Rapids and Washington,
will be the guests of the dormi-
tory. A reception will be held for
them immediately following the
football game.

Miss Campbell and Miss Burr tc
Sponsor Friday Afternoon
Sport Sessions.
Because of the increasing popu-
larity of field hockey for women
here at the University, the physica
education department is introdu-
ing an Open Hockey day which will
be held at 4:15 o'clock every Friday
afternoon on Palmer field.
Every woman who is at all inter
ested in hockey is invited to com
out either to learn the game or tc
improve it if she already plays. Mis
Laurie Campbell and Miss Hilda
Burr will both be on the field a
that time and anyone, interclass o
intramural players, faculty women
townspeople or 'other universit
students are welcome to come.
The third interclass practice wt]
be held at 4 o'clock today and an
student who plans to come out fo
the team but who will not be abl
to come to this practice is reminde
that she must notify her class mal
ager at once as the games are t
start soon.
The Ann Arbor Field Hockey Clu
held their first meeting of this sea
son Sunday morning on Palme
field. This club is made of all fac
ulty women, graduate students, ark
townswomen who are interested i
the game.

All Delegates.

Formal opening of the thirty-
first annual state meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution will take place at 8 o'clock
tonight in the ballroom of the
Statler hotel in Detroit. The con-
ference will continue until Thurs-
day, and several important. busi-"
ness.and social meetings have pre-
ceded the opening tonight.
A program of entertainment has
been planned by the Mrs. James
H. McDonald, State regent, Mrs. A.
N. Goddard, the Louisa St. Claire
chapter regent, Mrs, 0. D. Heaven-
rich, the Fort Ponchartrain chap-
ter regent, and Mrs. G. D. Scher-
merhorn, state recording secretary.
Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart,
president cf the D.A.R., will be a
guest of honor at the opening to-
night, and a feature of the enter-
tainment will be an address by the
Hon. Hamilton Fish, Jr., on "Com-
Many social affairs of note have
been arranged for the delegates
from all parts of the state who are
in Detroit. One of the most im-
portant will be a tea at the close
of the first afternoon session today,
when Mrs. Henry B. Joy will enter-
tain at the Colony club in honor
of the visitors. At this affair,
pages from the various chapters
represented will assist in serving


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Choice Assortment
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Olmstead, '34, Cleveland, Ohi&;
Betty Bolsley, '34, Detroit; Cora
Peters, '34, Ann Arbor; Selma John-
son, '34, Norway, Michigan.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Mable Mercer, '35, Balwinsville,
New York; Anne Dunbar, '35, Gal-
apolis, Ohio; 'Jane Breaky, '35, Ann
Arbor; Bety yMcOmber, '35, Ann
Arbor; Ruth Colby, '35, Cleveland,
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pids; Helen McGregor, '33, Kansas
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chusetts; Miriam Woodbridge, '35,
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