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NO VET PLANNEO'
RE[ND OF MONTH;
USE1S TO ATTENf
larship Cup Will Be Given
Pi Beta Phi; Committees
to Be Chosen Later.
BALL HELD IN HOLIDAYS
Outstanding Social Event Given
by Michigan Women; Tickets
Election of Emily Bates, '32, as
chairman of the annual Pan-hel-'
lenic banquet, and of Jean Bentley,
'33, as general chairman of the Pan-
hellenic ball was anncunced yester-
day by Josephine Timberlake, '32,
president of the organization. The
chairmen will meet with Miss Tim-
berlake, Friday, to select committee
heads for their staffs.
Cup to be Presented.
The Pan-helelnic banquet will be
held sometime at the end of this
month, in the ballroom of the
League and all the sororities on
campus, with their pledges, will at-
tend. A feature of the program. will
be the presentation of the scholar-
ship cup to the house which has
maintained the highest scholastic
average during the past year. This
year thedcup will be awarded to Pi
Beta Phi, for the third consecutive
The Pan-hellenic ball, which is
also held in the League, is an event
of the Thanksgiving holidays, and
is the most important social affair
sponsored by Michigan women. All
sorority women are invited to at-
tend, and a limited number of
tickets will be available for inde-
Tickets on Sale Soon.
The general committee for the
banquet is composed of six mem-
bers, while that of the ball is made
up of ten members. Work will begin
on both of the projects immediate-
ly, according to Miss Timberlake,
and the ticket sale for the banquet
will start within a few weeks. The
tickets for the ball will be limited,
and will not be available for at least
Buckles Set off New
Velvet Evening Gowns
Buckles have again made thei
appearance with the arrival of Eu-
genie dresses and derbies to com-
pletecthe proper accessories of the
perfect costume. Buckles for even-
ing are ."style right" according to
the latest reports from Paris, and
are particularly striking when worn
with velvet and no other jewelry.
to Meet at 4 o'Cl ockC
Because of several important
matters which have arisen, Miss
Ruth Hassinger of the physical
education department announces
a meeting for all athletic man-
agers of sororities, dormitories,
and league houses, this afternoon
at 4 o'clock in Barbour gymna-
It is absolutely necessary for
each house to be representedk
either by the manager or a sub-
stitute. . The time and the day
preference for the hockey games
must be ready. Practices will be
either Monday or Wednesday at
o'clock and at 4:45 o'clock at
Palmer Field House. If possible,'
names for the golf, tennis and
archery tournaments should be
TO HOLD LOtrtER Y,
Martha Cook Will Send Two
Women to Illinois Game.
Monday night at the regular,
house meeting of Martha Cook dor-
mitory Lucile Swain, '32, was chosen
chairman of the football lottery
committee. This committee makes
plans for the annual lottery held
in the dormitory to choose two
members to represent the house at
an out of town football team.
The lottery method is used in de-
termining which two women are to
go in order to arouse interest in the
project and to give a fair chance
to every resident of the house to
be one of the lucky representatives.
It was also decided at the meeting
that the winners would attend the
Illinois game at Champaign this
Last week Martha Cook enter-
tained the residents of the dormi-
tory at a Fireside party after hours
and at a bridge party and sing.
Sunday at dinner Mlle. Eveline
Fournier, assistant director of Jor-
dan hall, entertained Prof. Charles
C. Fries of the English department
and Mrs. Fries.
In Mosher hall Mrs. Mary E.
Buffington, assistant director of the
hall, also entertained at Sunday
dinner. Her guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Makielski.
NAMES ASTN T
Sororities Entertain at Dinners, Shows;
Alumnae Take Part in Pledging Services
FOR JUNIOR PLAY
Elsie Feldman, '33, Chosen Daily
Assistant for Junior
Elsie Feldman, '33, was named
Daily assistant for the 1932 Junior
Girls' play, according to an an-
nouncement by Jean Botsford, '33,
general chairman. Miss Feldman re-
places Ann Tobin, '33. Appointment
of a chairman of music, to replace
Bertha Hildebrand, '33, who also
resigned will not be made until
later, Miss Botsford stated.
The regular time of meeting was'
set at 4 o'clock Monday afternoons.
Any business relating to the play
should be brought before the com-
mittee at that time.n
Pledging service was held Tues-
day night by all the sorority houses
on campus at approximately five
o clock. The service was in all cases
followed by a dinner in honor of
the new pledges.
Alpha Delta Pi sorority enter-
tained their new pledges by taking
them all to the theatre after the
Alpha Epsilon Iota, medidal sor-
ority, although they do not hold
pledging service at this time of the
year, had a tea last Saturday in
honor of all new freshmen women
in the medical school.
Alpha Gamma Delta had several
of their alumnae as guests at their
pledge dinner. Miss Violet Parker,
Miss Helen Chapin, Miss Jean Ra-
dick, Miss Jean Wendt, Miss Ruth
Pence, Miss Virginia McCrey, Miss
Ins Schman, Mrs. Frank Kapel, and
Miss Andrina Iverson were among Plots Must Be Handed in by 5
Alpha Phi are planning a buffet
luncheon Saturday, for alumnae
and actives, celebrating the fifty-
ninth anniversary of their national
fraternity. Silver and bordeaux will
be the color scheme which will be
carried out, and garden flowers will
be used for decorations.
Alpha Xi Delta used fall flowers
and yellow tapers for their table
decorations last evening. Corsages
of small pink roses, the sorority
flower, were given to the pledges.F
Deadline for manuscripts for the
Junior Girls' play will be 5 o'clock
next Monday, according to Jean
Botsford, general chairman. No
material will be accepted after that
date, as the committee will start
the work of judging next week.
Final judging will be in the hands
of Alice M. Lloyd, dean of women,
and the director, who has not yet
Officers of Mortar board, Em
Bates, president, Dorothy Birdz
vice-president and Jane Inch, se
retary, announce the first annu
meeting of Mortarboard in the u
dergraduate office of the Woma
League building, 4 o'clock on F
day. Money making plans are
be discussed. The society hopes
substitute a pian for the Russ;
Tea room which they ran last y
for the benefit of the Undergra
uate Campaign Fund.
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The 0. S. U. game--next Saturday
A week-end at Champaign-October 24
A week-end at Princeton-October 31
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