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'RIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 THE MICHICAN DAILY "

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t A STEAK ROAST
Executive Board Will Act as
Hostesses at Outdoor
Party Tomorrow.

ociety

The mothers were ente tained at
Helen Newberry Residence last
week-end. A dinner was given in
their honor Saturday evening. Sun-;

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Inti-tion Held for Six Mcmb
The members of Kappa Kapp. of Honorary Journalism
Gamma sorority entertained thc Sorority.
Dclta Gamma chapter at a bufifet {----

An outdoor party honoring the day morning there was a special supperWednesday.evening.
active members of the Woman's breakfast with an entertainment Kappa Ka y evening.
I AtheticAssoiatio wil be ed '-,o- fterKappa. AKappa. Gamma will hold'
Athletic Association will be heid to- afterwards. Evelyn Koh showed its spring supper dance Saturday
Imorrow. The executive board will EueIa vnn t h Istea onr
act as hostesses andill meet with her Corean puppets and Eugenie evening at the Washtenaw Countr
their guests at 11 o'clock, at the Hart sang a solo. The guests for the Club.
Palmer Field house. week-end were Mrs. G. H. Broome Kappa Delta.
According to Glendora Gosling, of Detroit, Mrs. E. B. Root of Bir- Kappa Delta announces the pled-
'33, who is in charge of the affair, mingham, Mrs. U. H. Root of Mon- ging of Greta Wessborg, '34, of
the group will be driven out to a rce, Mrs. W. R. Orwick of Detroit, Saginaw.
spot near the river and steaks will Mrs. G. N. Elspass of Lakewood. A rushing dinner entertaining
be cooked over an open fire. In case Ohio; Mrs. W. G. Clufi of Detroit; four guests was held Thursday
of rain the, party will be held in Mrs. C. Hamilton of Plymouth, Mrs. night. Yellow and orchid spring
the Palmer Field house. Invitations C. N. Adams of Eaton Rapids, Mrs. flowers were used as deco'rations.
ve bcen Lent out and it is esti- Nellie Cadwell of Ann Arbor, Mrs.li
r tel that about sixty women will H. F. Taggart of Ann Arbor, Mrs. Alpha Omicron Fl.
attend. Hutchinson of Detroit, Mrs. H. Alpha Omicron Pi entertained. six
Marjorie Elsworth, '32,' and the Place of Blissfield, Mrs. T.'*W. Kirby3 guests at a rushing dinner Monday
outdoor cooking club, are in charge of Detroit, Mrs. A. C. Windt of night. Roses and ivory tapers dec-
of the food, and Margaret Martin- Grand Rapids, Mrs. C. B. Rairdon orated the tables.
dale, '34SM, is planning games and of Toledo, Mrs. A. A. Weaver of Oil Saturday evening the pledges will
stunts. The newly elected officers City, Mrs. A. Currie of Detroit, Mrs. give an informal dance in honor of
and the executive board of the G. N. Decker of Battle Creek, Mrs. the actives. Mrs. C. F. Behymer,
W. A:A. will be introduced to the A. Harwith of Detroit, Mrs. G. B. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wiedman and
members. Wood of Algonac, Mrs. R. S. Gaylord Mrs. Underwood will act as chap-
of Algonac, Mrs. Laura Littlefield erones.
Eta Sigma Phi Picks of Ann Arbor, Miss Bennett of Ann Gamma Phi iejta.
Arbor, Dr. Reeves of Ann Arbor,
Sisson for President Iand Mrs. R. C. Hussey of Ann Arbor. I Gamma Phi Beta is entertaining
Miss Alice Cady of Evanston, Illi-
At the meeting of'Eta Sigma Phi. Mosher-Jordan Halls. nois, as a house guest this week.
society for those interested in class- In the recent elections for class The senior women in the house will
ical languages Tuesday night at the presidents in Mosher Hall, the Sen-nrp Saturday tt
League building, election of officers ior representative for next year will thgiven home of the usn
was held. The llowing people will be Georgianna Mot', '33. Jane Ross- Groe Misse Charlot e Bush in
be next year's officers: Marion Sis- man, '34, was chosen by the Junior Grosse Poite.
son, '33, president; Vincent DiPas- class and Hilda Kirby, '35, was elec-
qai '33, vice-president; Margaret 1ed by the s nhomores The title( rof Il

Initiation ceremonies were h
for six new members fi Theta S
ma Phi at the Women's Lea

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Timm, '33, secretary; and Lester
- Howe, '33, treasurer.
Mr. Kerr in Professor Camillo P. Merlino, of
Animal King- the language department, spoke on
also innark the "The Role of Cato in the Divine
the season o medy."
is Dalton, who ==-
fromn previous l
udiences. u
lil~~e.0tde" Special Sale
ich Miss Dade il
ntly cast aro
at Catherine",
Vinegar Tree" TodayO
ooper; and in
1 Glenn Hun-A
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garded as one
igenues in the1-
tttractive with a,$ 9

All-Around girl for the dormitory
was voted to Lois Benson, '32.

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Graduation and
Tea Dances?"
Thank your lucky stars,
young lady, that this is the
year you've chosen to grad-
uate. Lovely dresses were
n e v e r so low-and of
course, you'll want to grad-
uate in style. Is there some
particular style you had in
mind? Whatever your type
-whatever your price -
whatever your taste--there's
a graduation dress here that
will do you honor. Our col-
lection is the talk of the
town.
You'll be fla:tered to death in this
white pastel organdies and mouss-
line-de-soi dress. The capelet, short
sleeves, and bow-lace trimmed,
are young ideas. Yet it's sophis-
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