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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

F tern ities, Sororities Busy

'Journey's End'
Applauded By
First-Nihters
F aSculty, Students Offer
Favorable Comments At
Brilliant Reception
A responsive audience made up of
many campus and out-of-town celeb-
rities watched Play Production's
presentation of "Journey's End" last
night at the Laboratory Theatre.
Among those of prominence who
arrived from out of town were Rabbi
Heller of the Hillel Foundation, and
Mildred Todd, looking charming in
a simple grey suit. and of course with
Hobert Skidmore.
Included in the faculty. members
whom we managed to catch were
Prof. G. E. Densmore of the speech
department, Prof. H. A. Kenyon of
the Spanish department, Prof. J. K.
Pollock of the history department,
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the politi-
cal science department, Dr. A. Love-
man of the economics department,
and Miss Ethel McCormick, director
of the League, the latter in a vivid
fr'ock of red crepe. During the inter-
mission, surrounded by the usual
grotp, we saw Ainsworth Arnold, di-
rector of Comedy Club's next play,
and Robert Henderson.
Of course the campus theatrical
talent was there in force, Francis
(Billee) Johnson, '33, in violet with
odd. gold spangly earrings; Mary
Pray, '34., in one of those new tuXedo
dresses that managed by its severely
tailored lines to look enticingly fem-
mine; Vivien Cohen, '33, in a slith-
cry gown of blue satin; Ann Ed-
monds, '33, in blue flowered chiffon
and. Billie Griffiths, '35, in white
organdy. ..
STAM1P CLUB MEETS TONIGHT
The Ann Arbor Stamp Club will
meet at 7:30 p. in. tonight in room
306 of the Union.

Fraternities, Sororities Bisy
With Rushing Parties, Guests,

Fraternities and sororities are oc-
cupied with guests and rushing par-
ties this week. Other houses had
elections and installations of officers
for the coming year.
ALPX A DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi sorority entertained
four guests at a rushing dinner last
night. The sorority will honor five
guests at a rushing dinner Thursday
night. Spring flowers and green!
tapers are' to form the centerpiece.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Sigma Pi fraternity will en-
tertain Friday with a spring formal
dance at the chapter house. Mr. and;
Mrs. Clark Tibbitts will be the chap-
erons.
DELTA ZETA
Delta Zeta sorority wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Marion Mc-
Phae, '36, of Ann Arbor.
The members of the sorority will
entertain eight guests at a rushing

are: Rowena Goldstein, '35, archon;
Dora Eliasohn, '34, vice-archon;
Frances Burnstine, '36. secretary;
Minna Giffen, '35 treasurer; Lillian
Fine, '36, historian and rushing
chairman.
Mrs. Myra tJpham, Mrs. Hirsch
Hootkins, and Mrs. William Angell,
1 patronesses of the sorority, attended
the banquet. Mrs. Edward Eliezer,
an alumna, was also present.
TAU DELTA PHI
Officers for the coIing year were
elected recently by Tau Delta Phi
fraternity. Those chosen were:
Leonard Greenspan, '34, consul; Hy-
man J. Aronstam, '35, cUstos; Dan-
iel Kellner, '35, scribe; Paul C. Lip-
schutz, '35, quae'stor; S e y m o u r
Hirsch, '36, editor-historian.

Patron, ij Of
Guests of comnhitteemen for the
Architects' May Party, to' be held
Friday in the League Grill, are Con-
stance Louise Myeis, '3'6SM, Paula
Fales, '3A, Kay MacGiegor, '34Ed.,
and the Misses Marion Robinson of
Detroit afld Catherine nlgland of
Jackson.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance will be President Alexander
G. Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven, and
members of the faculty of the Col-1
lege of Architectuie.
A floor show consisting of a bur-
lesque on "Cavalcade, ' by freshman
architects; a novelty skit 6y soh-
more studenits, and a version of "'The
Inquiring Repoiter," py ,juniors, Will
be giveni. Car1 llsworth, '33A, and
Owen Parker, '33A, ieIbers of the
gymnastic team, will'give a tumbling
exhibition. Comic soings by ai1
Crawford, '35A, will be 'featured.

Newberry, Martha
Cok iGive Dne
IHelen Newberry Residence will
hold its spring formal dinner dance
Saturday, accordig to Sally Place,
'34, and Betty Brcowvne, '34l, joint
1 chairmnen of the danlc. Bill Mar,-
Wnere To Go E'' e n t
shall's orchestra will furnish the
music. Spri ig flowers and yellow
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "A tapers will embellish the table. Miss
Eunice Van Carp, assistant director,
Ladies' Profession"; Majestic,"Pay,-' will act as chaperon.
ment Deferred"; Wuerth, "Broadway Martha Cook Building entertained
Bad." yesterday aftcnoon at a tea dance.
Drama: Journey's End," 8:30 p.m., Twentysfive guests atteuided. Miss,

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The marriage of Marjorie Albre
'35, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H
Albrecht, of Flint, and Stanley
Betz, Grad,, son of Mr. and N
Eugene Betz, of Monroe, was
nounced recently. The wedding t
place Dec. 30. 1D33, at Angola,
Mrs. Betz is a Kappa Ka
Gamma pledge, and Mr. Betz i
member of Phi Gamma Delta :
ternity. At present the couple res
with friends at 1315 East Jeffei
Ave., Detroit.
D. 0. RUSHING PARTY
Elizabeth Walz, '35SM. was
charge of a rushing party last nil
for Delta Omicron, national hon
ary musical sorority. The affair
in the form of a hard times part:
the Geddes Avenue home of '
James Ferguson.

Marriage Of]I
'breit Ana,

Laboratory Theatre.
Lectures: President Alexander G.
Ruthven, "All the World's a Stage,"
7:30 p. m., Union Assembly Hall.
Exhibition: Selected paintings from
the Forty-Fifth Annual Artist's Ex-
hibition from the Chicago Art Insti-
tWte, 1 to 5 p. m., Alumni Memorial
liall.

largaret Ruth Smith, social direc-
tor, and Miss Sara Rowe, house di-
rector, poured. Jean Perrin, '33, was
in charge of 'the affair. The decora-
tions were flowers and tapers.
The members of Martha Cook will
hear a musicale after dinner Sunday
in the Blue Room. Jeanette Rabi-
nowitz, '34, will give part of her re-
cital program.

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FOR SMART CLOTHES

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party at 6 p. m. today. They will
have a steak roast at the fireplace
on the Island.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamnma Phi Beta sorority enter-
tained Marcia Welte, '30, of Detroit,
at dinner Tuesday.
KAPPA DELTA
Three guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner tonight by the
members of Kappa Delta sorority.
Spring flowers will provide the table
decorations.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority held a
formal installation banquet last
night for the officers elected for next
year. Helen Greenwald, '33, was
toastmistress. The officers installed
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