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E MICHIGAN DAILY

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SIO CIETY

Egineers And
Lawyers Hold.
Annual Dances
l any Out-Of-Town Guests
Attend Slide Rule And
Crease Functions
The Lawyers and the Engineers
vied with each other last night in
holding their annual dances, the
Crease Dance and the Slide Rule,
and their functions appeared to be
a draw as far as music, decorations
and the pretty gowns of the feminine
element were concerned.
Mae Keller, '27, as the guest of
Harold L. Warren, '33L, general
chairman, led the Crease Dance held
at' the Lawyers Club. Leone Wise, of
Detroit atten'ded with Morris Alex--
arider.
Jeanne Keppel, Ann Arbor, who
was the guest of John W. Hathway;
'33L, was effectively gowned in white
satin with a low back and wide collar
following the neckline.
Anne Harsha, who attended with
John Groves, '33L, wore a lovely
white crepe formal with a cape
caught at the left shoulder with
flowers.
A high front neckline character-
ized the evening dress of white peb-
bly crepe with rhinestone straps and
red velvet bow, worn by Josephine
McLean, '36, who was the guest of
Oliver Clagget, '33L.
Among the guests who arrived
from ot of town at the Crease dance
were Marie Emily Armstrong, Johns-
borough, Arkansas, who was the guest
of Frederick Van Doren, '33L. Miss
Armstrong was attired in robins egg
blue trimmed with pink crepe. Mar-
garet McNally, Pittsburgh, wore a
charming spring-like gown of green
net.
Leading the grand march at the
Slide Rule Dance held at the Union,
were Frances Stafford, Detroit, es-
corted by Richard N. Cogger, '33E.
Virginia Chapman, '35, who was
escorted by John A. Goetz, '33E, com-
mittee chairman,. chose pink flat
crepe with a rhinestone panel cul-
minating in a short train. White
satin was selected by Ruth S. Love-
joy, '34, who attended with Jerry M.
Gruitch; '33E, chairman of the floor
committee.
.Eleanor Blum, '35, passed us on
the arm of Robert E. Hayes, '33E,
chairman of the program committee.
Miss Blum was charming in a frock
of white crinkle crepe, the harness
back decorated in rhinestones.
Out of town guests who attended
Slide Rule Dance were Helen" Peters,
of the University of Buffalo, who was
the guest of Harold Hertz, '35, and
Dorothy Boten, Detroit, the guest of
Thomas Dooley, '34.

M rtarboard And Social Affairs'
Senior Societies Fraternities
Entertain Wyvern
Precce Laster*
In accordance with a yearly cus-
torn, Mortarboard, national honorary
society for senior women, and Senior Houses Entertain During
Society, honorary organization for Pre-Vacation Week-End
independent women, entertained for
Wyvern, women's junior honorary With Numerous Dances
society Wednesday night at the ._
League. The week-end before vacation is
The purpose of the evening was to bringing forth much social activity
further acquaintanceships between in the way for formal and informal
senior and junior women. The mem- dances. Alpha Kappa Psi entertained
bers of the three organizations played last night with an informal dance
bridge and tea was served. The af- which was under the direction of
fair was most successful, according Hobart Harris, '33B.Ad. Prof. Edgar
to the committee in charge which was H. Gault and Mrs. Gault and Prof.
composed of Vinseije Bartlett and E. M. Fisher and Mrs. Fisher .chap-
Barbara Braun of Mortarboard, and eroned.
Elsie Feldman of Senior Society. An informal dance was. held at
Honor guests of the evening in- Alpha Tau Omega chapter house also
cluded Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Prof, at which Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Decur
Margaret Elliot, Prof. Laurie Camp- were present. Edwin L. Konign, '33,
bell, all alumnae advisors of Mortar- made-the arrangements for the
board and Miss Ethel C. McCormick. daner

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Dormitories Entertain Faculty
And Promint J. G. P. Women
Dormitories' recent activities in- son and Mrs. Nelson, Prof. N. S.
clude formal faculty dinners, enter- Pargment and Mrs. Pargment, Prof.
tainment of prominent Junior Girls Fred W. Peterson and Mrs. Peterson,
Play women, and teas. Martha Cook Prof. W. A. Reichart and Mrs. Reich
Building and Helen Newberry both art, and Prof. Robert B. Hall and
entertained members of the faculty Mrs. Hall.
Thursday. MARTHA COOK
ALUMNAE HOUSE Martha Cook held its faculty din-
Miss Edith Bernard will pour at a ner Thursday night. The guests of
tea given by the members of the honor were Dean Myra B. Jordan
Alumnae House. Spring flowers and and Mr. Frederick P. Jordan, Prof.
white tapers will carry out the deco- Bruce Donaldson, Prof. D. L. Du-
ration scheme as arranged by Laila mond, Prof. Jean Ehrhard, Prof. Earl
Wilson, '36. L. Griggs and Mrs. Griggs, Prof.
BETSY BARBOUR Lewis W. Keller and Mrs. Keller,
Betsy Barbour entertained mem- Prof. R. G. McKenzie and Mrs. Mc-
bers of the Junior Girls Play cast KenzieProf.W.G. Rice and Mrs.
and general committee at dinner Rice, and Prof. Julio Del Toro and
Thursday night. The guests were
Mary Ann Mathewson, Katherine Mrs. Del Toro.
MacGregor, Ruth Campbell, Pru- Coffee was served in the Blue
duence Foster, Grace Mayer, Eliza- Room after dinner, with Miss Sarah
beth Cooper, Katherine Leopold Rowe pouring, and a string trio
Louise Crandall, Helen Gray, Margot composed of Louise Wadsworth, '33,
Cole, Frances Manchester, Jeanette Lucy Wadsworth, '33, Florence Reed,
Detweiler, Jacqueline Navran, Jose- '33, and Maria Kalaw, Grad., played.
phine Talbot, Ruth Duhume, Marion JORDAN HALL
Giddings, Joan Barnette, and Eliza- Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Palmer
beth Griffith. Christian and Mrs. Morris Tilley
HELEN NEWBERRY poured at the tea given by Jordan
Spring flowers with tapers to Hall yesterday afternoon.
match formed the decorations for The table was decorated with tap-
Helen Newberry's formal dinner hon- ers and spring flowers. Mary Earn-
oring members of the faculty Thurs- shaw, '35, who was in charge of the
day evening. Ada Blackman, '34Ed., arrangements, was assisted by Ruth
was in charge. .B . Calkins, '36, Mary Louise Schwenat,
Among the guests present were '36, Mary Belle Bouchard, '36, Wini-
Prof. Louis A. Strauss and Mrs. fred Trebilcock, '36, Helen Holden,
Strauss, Prof. John Sundwall and 36, Blanche Wetherald, 35, Bernice
Mrs. Sundwall, Prof. LeRoy Water- Wetherald, '35, and Jean Shaw, '36.

Where To Go
Motlin Pictures: Michigan, "The
Bitter Tea of General Yen:" Majos-'
tic, "Perfect Understlanding:" Wuerth,
RirdeHim Cowboy."
rExhibits: Wtrork 7 Mexican Atists,
1 to 5 p. m., Alumni Memorial Hall.
Lectures: Spring Parley, 4:15, Ethel
Fountain Hussey Room, League.
Dancing: Union Ballroom; Campus
C baet League Ballroom.
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Lull Precedes
Spring Recess
At Sororities.
Sorority houses are doing little en-
tertaining this week-end. A number
of girls will go home and several of
the sororities are expecting alumnae
from out of town.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi will entertain five
guests at a rushing dinner Sunday
night. Spring flowers and yellow
tapers will decorate the table.
Cornelia Burwell will return this
week-end from the American Chemi-
cal Convention held at Washington,
D. C.
Martha Klander, '29, Mt. Clemens,
and Betty Quaisse, '30, Detroit, are
visiting this week-end at the soror-
ity.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Dr. Richard A. Burke, father of
Margaret Burke, '33, has been visit-
ing her this week. Charlotte Etzold,
'32, of Bay City, will be a guest at
the Alpha Xi Delta sorority this
week-end.
Alice May Geib, '33, will spend the
week-end at her home in Detroit.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Delta Delta Delta is entertaining
Katherine McColl, '31, of Wyandotte
who is spending the week-end in
Ann Arbor. Miss McColl attended
the Crease dance last night.
DELTA GAMMA
Delta Gamma announced yester-
day the pledging of Bertha Mathews,
'34, of Flint.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Margaret' Gray, '31, Boston, and
Dorothy Seens, Detroit, are spending
the week-end at the sorority.

Zeta Phi Eta, Dramati
Sorority, Elects O$fi.
Zeta Phi Eta, dramatic sore
elected to office at a recent me
Mary Helen McIntosh, '34, presi
Lenore LeGendre, '34, vice-presi
Marable Smith, '34, treasurer;
g-inia Frinik, '35, recording sen
and Rcta Petersen, '35, coles;
ing secretary. Initiation of C
vieve Williamson, '34, Nolda Mc
ely. '34, and Ruth Knepp, '34
be held soon.

Phi Delta Theta gave an informal
dance last night under the direction
of Philip Klein, '34. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Butterworth were present.
Gay couples in formal attire were
seen at the Phi Kappa Psi dance.
Philip Singleton, '35, was in charge
and the chaperons were Mr. and Mrs.
John Effinger, Jr.
Phi Sigma Delta entertained with
a formal dance at the Union. Dr.
P. M. Goldhamer, Dr. F. J. Hauser,
and Mr. and Mrs. Stonehill attended.
The dance was under the direction
of Willima Handel, '33.
Les Voyageurs held an informal
dance in their cabin last night. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry D. Mills chaperoned.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Arthur ':erger, '33, had charge of
the formal dance given by Delta Tau
Delta last night. The chaperons for
the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes.
Among the guests entertained were
Mary Jane Fitzpatrick, '34, Helen
Spencer, '33, Janet Jackson, '36,
Mary Phillips, '33, Josephine Talbot,
'34, Pauline Scheidt, Anrl Arbor, Jean
Hanber, '36, Dorothy Utley, '36,
Elizabeth Spencer, Grand Rapids;
Jane Bassett, '35, Lois Dinger, De-
troit; Jean Perry, '36, Betty Sinclair,
'36, Carolyn Wose, '35, Martha Steen,
'36, Jean Berridge, '33, Katherine
Leopold, '34. Margaret Phalan, '35.
PHI ALPHA DELTA
A formal dinner at the Phi Alpha
Delta fraternity preceded the Crease
dance last evening. Prof. John E.
Tracy of the Law School chaperoned.
Guests of the members of Phi

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