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Items From Othecr CampusesI

Obapt ;
old i

er Houses IMi' ahoi
Initiaio)s Dsplay N cw Trend

Ord.i .llatvTo
IMark S cenes

iT), Proniote "Good F iendshi ml

vei' eck End sa anunusual topcoat the
other_ day. It was of etamel's hair and
i-- a very full model. Tailors say
idc hae Frma that i conit' ins fully five yards of
mrat ,rial, IR has no buttons and no
I~npeisHolioring New b!lc oaeUi n ebelt, but is merely
~?1~b~r' AndAlum i wrpped arotind thie xyarcr and the
__________ elti tied. Further foatures include
r x < ~it~s eldformal z i raglant sleeves. slashY pockets, and"
M~ni fraerniies eldhand-picked edge5. Two pockets in-
._o t~ W..k;,stead; of the uwual ofne Are found in
Six mTn wer initiated into Chi Sport coats also appear in more
hilat atrdy.Prof. '. N, IMetne- Ivaried 5tlyl's* and patterns as the
re o: l )en2neerin colilegespokLei easonapproaches. Shetland cloth
provided the ma'terial !'for one, and
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ w th;omlbnut a in a diamond pattern. Its dis-
Men intBedwr arend Von ! tiinetive featlures were double vents
ree,'G aiel ewi, 36E, Rob - jn back an,,d a sm. ai change pocket
~c pene,'36, ull figterink, '34,a bove the regular one on the right
horns Lnde, '6, nd illam ide. Thie baI-k is plain instead: of
~~~1T,''- '3G, aig h opurlar pleats
C~h .. xI es o announce the Sport 11Jho 1ICs areoiP, to be worn
ngof Robert Trimby, '35, of for nearl every possible occasion
ighiand PDark, this season, according to advance re-S
ifl:. 71iTHET ports. 'On all the c amzpuses of theI
A :.,:.~1 initiation banquet was eastern, univer'sities: they have been
f A1 unda;y night at Phi Delta The- worn the year around, but. it will
~. lumi fom etoit Lasin, adpave to warm up 'here before they
ran Raidsattended. Jack Steke- appear ii) large -nzubers. They are
, o Grand Rapids, William being shown in all-brown alhd all-
i'elich, o Detroit, president of the white buckskins which arc reported
:r r 7 .xzIAlpha Alum~ni Club, Chick to be the most popular am ong uni-
azming Zeta from~ Ohio State, versity men. some of 'them are in
2 eDetroit, Bruce Anderson, crepe soles, but leather is still best
r -. tt ende. Local alumni were for an all-around shoe.
.0 Pettyjiohn, chapter advisor, All-white shoes with tan or black
rySanders, head of 'the depart- saddles are also still. among the most
ez ; echandlintiitic, Jmeswidely seen, while for. golf wear, the
entof pec z zznd ngHotlsJaemoccasin type 'is the 'favorite andi is
enney, ad Rchar Hol. Ialso ve~ry smart.

1~ 933 jOGIc. ~ (;y P iALNN house activity are taken int con-_
___......._.. (? tote in 19:16 under th i deration. A two-point-five average;
6 , gutdance of Myr 1 P. ,Yolau, then iis Jdeinnled as the minimum -aca-
ei4O' ' Onl 1b RL.n' Ix eanu niuo 3!,I J; l o lcicrecord. if a womana is earninf
("Aotarofitsca (~aomd- hozor.ry ociexyfor ,seni o wonn, her way partiali' or wholly throun h
-o i07scl~iwy wsor~ia~ planned as an or ,ani-, schoolh that also is considered.
Folk Son a:, l~e aI-n.o.-idependent vwomen in the inthe fieldl of catn? ls ac tivities
Ui'2lyfor t ocial anld fr'ienldly "{h the group has 1.caref~xcully eicrer
Songs in light musical comedy vein, piuroes. Now the group's primary getic. All year it ha« S co-ope rated:
folk lyrics of Russia and Germany, aimz is is promote good fellows hipIa with Mortarboard, nationa loora.ry
Parisian " torzch" sonigs, dances, . anz ;among .e women or campus and to society for sensor wo ren, i h On-i
mayseilynumbers should mlalde povde a soiety offering the same ducting of candy booths in ..riou2
this yer'sJuno''irl' Pay ne ono and privileges of nI7em- 1sorority houses and in E ivcwi': xy
bripfor independent women as Hall. Ealh spring the organizaio
rich in originality an.-d entertainment, n'a r oups admnitting Saooriy sells the coll ars and cufls worn by
according to Helen Gray, '214, chair-wmn have ;lone, all senior womeon, onz their academic
man of music, andI Margaret Cole, '34,1,-- .'n~e Form zzNuczleuzs gownzs. Among the nrolects initiatedi

CORVALLIS, Ore., March 8.-
6ororities on the UnivecrsiJty of Ore-
glon campus are in better financial
condition than fraternities, according
to the manager of the Co- operative
Managers' Association. ;Supervision
of 'budgets. by faculty, members Svat
given as reason for this condition.
P hiladelphia druggist wao was op-
ratinT a scholarship "racket" was
a:ppr~ehended recently. Tht man con-
;trolled scholarships in Pennsylvania


BOULDER, Colo.. March 7.--Leap
I Year se.ems to have changed its place
in the calendar as evidenced by the
"Fvi-o-cratic Formnal" given last
Friday at the University of Colorado.
Co-eds not only asked their escorts
to the dlance but paid for them.
All, THERE, M. S. C.
V~AST LANSING, March 8.--Mich-
igan 'State College has a class in
cooking in which there are more men
than women. The men are makiing
hig 'her grades, too.

:;fate Sup)poi'W
them to student:
and $450 a pica

fraternities at;
snowball fight
broke 51 windlo
18 in the other,

insitutions, and sold
is for as much as $350 PUO FESS R 0. K.'s BLUFFING
e SP ATTLE, WASH.. March 8.--"It
is perfectly all right for students to
[T'S coivw TO TIS, bluff--just so they don't get caught
Ill., March 8.-Two at it," University of Washington pro-
Northwescrn had a; fessor's say. According to them
not long ago and' "everyone has to bluff sooner or later
>ws in one house and in life, and college is a g;ood place
r. } to learn hows to do it."~ The Seattle

2pehex %were given for the new _________________
f \; s ,ho lwere David Hunn, 13
LinerImivadais, '3q Robert Canby
r;-, -dwrdBegle, '36, Thomas IU.1
olt ,'M), aild Donald Le~wis, '36.1
i 1. in' t w eacoe danee. Vn- Interlude"; Wuert1, "Soni-Daughter."
,rt-i l , nd Dllricorchestra Lectures: Dr. Ditmnars, on "The'Big'
An~in~l#,"-8P.in., Hwll Auditorium;
LPnHA KAPPA LAMBDA Prof. Hluiste, re adiihg "Androles andl
Alpa appa Lambda formally ini-; the 'Lion," 4:10 p. min,, 205 Mascn
a'tcd th:> following new men Sure I Rali; Rev. Lewison 'The Lost Art
. ,",ch 5.,.7.mes C. Cook, !36, 1 of Today,'" 4:15 p. in., St. Andrew's
c rbrn, Michig'an; John Heni.rY lChurch.
-ii '1.Dctroit. Miign:Rob- !L7;hibls itsomenz as Authors, Gen-I
tT.Ale,;3E, Jackson, Ivl Siphg;? alrr; Leathe,,r book bhidigs,{
bn Lrolx Shannon01, 36E, Roches- Willz<im ClernEnats Librari'y; Persia
.', >w Yok; DavdJams ,V-i- acietr poorp ri c-
orth ui2iad Elton Lewvii Knapptur Building; Moclorn CAaan palint-
GE.^, M o, CO vhigax j l;'s, John Gor"i '-- g, Wesa '.: GC zl4 1y, Aluiax itllemorial
)r tel,'3,Knsas City; Robe(rt il .
1 'L y Ev n S t'3, Norristo,wri, D n e: e3an tg ::3Oto _5 p.
u, anlJ Rolert Jack:'on, '35E, in., informal dancini', 8:50 to "10:;d0
KS--I NWorth YourtWhil
StandaUrd T)ook B:1itish1and A3iheiian Vcr se, 1.7lS eviS
Pre f a Ce by ,Chiristopher Morley a4i lltevf0f1:_ ]Th
l aten: Philos3ophy of Lifesk' l'and Nordholf
ho Ts ndlia, 1Landic of the- Black Pp d Wex'ner: Tamninnal
Pagda dwfg: Sonl of I
New,1si i ad Other: Natu.re of the Worldt and Mnl6rold Lamb: Tai
rc .rn:Parade of the ShSttes Clenleninf' The:1
P.e lf,"Iof P-aste'ur 00otti svr!* f

chairman of dancing.
From the quaint melody of !'e
Rous ian and German vocal chor use s,
f"Love on. the Run" will veer, ina
later scene, to the low tones of a
"blues" singer in a Paris street cafe.?
Between these, two offerings, msi-
cally speaking, comes the sentimen t-
al light opera to be found in Scene 6.
The two 'Sure-fire leads, PamelaI
and Tad, will be supported by nine
speciality singing numbers, Miss Gray'
said, Mary Ann Mathewson will play
Paznela, 'while Charlotte Simpson is
cast as Tad.
fTwo outstanding dance numbers
are promised in the Swiss chorus,
directed by Miss Emily White, direc--
toy of the physical education depart-
ment, and the Waiters' Dance, laid in
Paris. Specialty dances will also be
presented by Eiz' b;_eth Griffith, Ruth
Campbell, 'Jeannette Detwiler, Jean
H e n n i a g, Katherine MacGregor,
Harriet Jenniingsi, Alice Goodeno ,'
{Charlotte onsn a n d EstMIC)
'She Stoves To Conquer'1
"She' St oops To Ccnqu "'," )li ,er
'Gold-5-ith masterpiece, was present-'
ed at a mileeting- of the P1,yreain
.ct ion of teaclyW en '; Club
Tuesmday night at the Lczaguei(. Mrs.
Al fred H. Lovell, assisted by nicmn-
bler_- of the ,section, read the pla'y.
Tea, ws scrvictl ollowing th11".Pro-
gra;.in it M .walt cr 1lunt ant-
Mrs. arold A. Mill, M1r5,W, tr 3
:=r i ndMs.1bao Fa-. ~it un

::i omen were a seed by Mrs.
3 ord an a<nd her assistants to form
hle nuleus (-f the present organiza-
" ion. a ^Watigh, rnow Mrs. Walter
I iorrison, of Palouse, Wash.;_ Louise
Orth, of Detroit; Cecile Schirmer,
of Chicago; Fannie Morris, now Mrs.
'Ralnh A~ Stow,, of Billi'ngs, Monst:;
Juliet Stockbridge, now Mrs. Oscear
M. Evans, of San Francisco; EleanorI
Armstrong, now Mrs. Ernest M. Ijal-j
idlof Brooklyn; Hel(en Converse,;
of Detroit; Belle Maclean,, now Mrs.
Albert H. Willson, of Wilwaukee;
Alice Bakzfer. now Mrs. N'elson F
MacDull, of Eugene, Ore., arc the1
women who were so honored in their
senior years at the University.
At the present timne the maximum
fme-mbership of the group is 20. Of
Ithis: total, 10 are chosen about the
Ifrtof May by the present mcembers,
at,. a ,.:amtic ceremonial, with the;
cenirs5 wearing caps amid gowns and
the irnitia:tes in the traditional whitc.
Ab fo-siaquet followtC:s the initia-a
111 i ope The remainider of the;
quot,"a is-icke by the f'irst 10 in the;
Land I i oiial iii Tollo~ows.
hnto)iiiciribcrship ian'c hosen on 01
oevral Iba'ms,. Acti vities, schiolairship.
);CI OI 17' Lyanddorm11'itofJ r orlea~gueo

this year is an imnteresting and long -
needed survey of c,,mpus activities-,
for xvomen). to be presented to the1
League nexIt year. 'This study will in-
elude the aims, purposes, accomplish-
ments and entrance requirements: of ?
all organizations on campus whichE9
are open t o women.
1 Assist at IRuthven Te"s
In addition, the members of Senior
Society have assisted Mi's. Alexander'
... Ruthven 1t the bi-monthly su
dent teas held at the Ruthven rest-i-
dence. Thp group also plans to wor
In co-operation with Mrs. Saydec
?Power to offer friendship and aid to
{ any women in need of help in ac-
climating, themselves to campus con-
Thle present rmenmbers of Senior So-
ciety are Dorothy V. Abbitt, Gladys
L. Baker, Dorothy M. Davis, Elsie G.'
Feldman, Glendora Gosling, Anne G,
j Goss, .Louise M. Peterson, Evelyn J.
Radtke, Annette B. Rudolphi, Su-
zanna M.' Wood, Je,:ne'te Albraci t,
Lq1uise, Allen, Helen V. Baile'y, E rI
Greenwald, Rena A. Krause,; Made'- 1
leine M. Mcloch, Polly Reed Walk ''.:
;Ann W, ,Verner.
SpeChSociety To

NORMAN, Okla., March 8.:--Bot-
any students at the University of
Oklahoma learned that they can't
talk with their hands and get by with
it. During a laboratory test the pro-
fessor saw two students co miuni-
eating by means of the sign lav-
gunge. Because 'he had learned the
mute language he fingered back,
"Don't do that any more." The stu-
dents blushingly hid their hands in
their. pockets.
IOW1(1A CITY, Ia., March 8.-The
fraternities at Iowa State University.
arc contriving new and original ways
of punishing their pledges.
Their latest gag was a pledge din-
ncer where each pledge was to have
,in auburn topped female guest
every one of them did. Another f a-
vorite trick is to give each pledge a
stone and a tack hammer and thus
put then to work-a miniature chaini
I'THACA, N. Y., March d.-A fish-
eating orgy was the xesumit of atCi
nell student's failure to down atniec-,
essar'y quota of raw, eggs in receni
fraternity initiation here. The gen-
tlemnan returned] downhearted to his
dormitory, to meet t he chalhfing of
friends for not being "a ble to take
He ftrapped. one of his5 tormlEn;tors
?it anl a "IE~fmlcnt by which0one w.IS
t. eat two goldfls;h if the Other wolild
cons, ume a ialamaiider from an
available bowl. Another agreed to
restock the bowl if the contract
which was dra~wn up were carried
out, According to the report, it was.
Both men ,as far as has been found
out, are still in gfood health,

I t. I ;C /l~t ULKii161 CV Llt L t
students maike the best bluffers be-
cause they have nerve and presence
enough to stall.
STILLWATER, Okla., March 8.--
A shower has been installed in the
thir'd floor of the chemistry labora-
.tory' of the Oklahoma Agricultural
tColle 'e. Its purpose, as at first sup-
p~osed ,is not to provide facilities for
leaving late work at the laboratory,
Iand still, getting to that 7 o'clock.
Idance on time, fresh anud clean. It,
is really a safeguard against explo-
sions and other possible accidents
If one's clothes catch fire, he is
rushed under the shower. If hie is
covered with acid, he can be turned
very quickly into a s atur'ated solu-
tion of 1120._
LAWRENCE, Kan., March 8. --
After groping for a suitable name for"
anR astronomical club at the Unlfiver-
sity of Kansas, the group piced thy,
erazier-t technical term they could
{find. "Syzygy,"'the name finally se-
lectcd, is applied to the position of
aI body when in a straigh~t line with
the sun and earth.
SProf. Dinsmore Alter of the astron-
lniy cdep artmient considers the cAlub
anl unque group, The purpose o,'
its weekly gt;zherings are the in-
for mal disculssion of topics in that
field and the consumption of hot
Chicken Sandwich lOc.
l .Across fromnAngell TMali
Ladies Inerted

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xu B3unyva,
We WCs to ConquerLJ
.f: aer y Lands of the
ny Hell
)mnibus of Crime

South Sea

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irfll didreds cof Qthcr 'tilles in this Atitton
316 State Street


I Aities Give compo ced partly ofr
r i a ut heecu~sand partly of fe~ati. ye
imiersh, active rmmbers Will Imake up U: o t,' h ta, ]-_
k~r A f~icnal vomca~ n's fcoxeni soc'i ty.
Miarcl 16 inl the Zeta Plhi E~ ta oo.
-. ----- I 3A gcll ,all:
Ii sendinner,, and rushliig jThrrc-minute ;speechs'or readings
11nner. ;ae a feature of sorority atc- will be given tby an invted group of
' c ;?oncs ri'xs. tryouts. The active members' pro-
'['A I)ELTA DELTA 4 gr'am is under the direction of Lucy
De1la Delta Delta pledges were en-. Wads;worth, '33..
f_:tcTuesday n righ t at the hoer Nominations, for new oficeers 'for
I M's. Jo L. Brumm. The :Annio hc chapter are to be, made soon, it
ibo a irn atc wre also present. }als decided at the last meeting, The;-
:AP?, l)E'i'Anew president will be a delegate at
t Jeclnesda.!y night, six women were the nationa~l convention next summier
iveni the second degree at Kapplal in Chicago. The ' Michigan chapter
Oeit a. TIhey were, Greta Wesborg,' plans to present a second prize- win-.
??, Ednza Dolby, '34, Cazroline Mig- nine; play at the national convention.
ini;, '33,T elen Eikn '3i, and M iI-l-an will -begin practice on the play
red S u),'36, Land Je! sie Stalker, shortly'..n J haran ymith, '3'1, i1.chirmanof
a0. 'fie.;e women will be initmat,9d ac~i odcd h ujc o
1 cwaecreErhiiida 17 a deb-te with Alpha Nit, scheduled
wingt .liner at Kappa Delta last
t 1. i'ory tap(ers and spring flow -
idecor'ated the tables. . I M elrsOf uingtt
1. r 'l11. A1,;AffiAlo.atiti utet"n"d1
ihtaPhi Alpha cut eis1t' ib h
cv,. ,1llen Ba"ztbcock ,thc Rev, Thomas Couizens Hall will entertain miemn-
a, rid 81 the Rev. John Lynch at: bers oif the District Nursing As-3ocia-
i nn r Tuesday. Mi's. W. W. Me- Lion tonight. About 120 guests are
Wuh Innd Mrs. W. W. .Wedcmayer, expected. A business meeting will be
)io!ity pa tronesSes, were also pre s- I followed Nvith a play entitled "The
nt. Dorothy Reeves, '34, was in Quest," directed by Christina Cook,
[iar,'J of the dinner. D~corations in '33. -Prinicipals of the cast are
Pr"n fweis and tapers carmied out I Loretta Schuiling, '33SN, Chloe Pfis-
pink color schieme, 1 ter, 'u33N, and Jean Ojala , '33SN.

in the
Michigan: League
Grill Room

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