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SATURDAY, MAY 6,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS SOCIETY

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Entertainment
At Sororities
To Be Varied
Teas, Buffet Suppers, And
Formal Dances Provide
Activities For Week-End
Out-of-town guests interest sorori-
ties this week-end, together with
rushing affairs, teas, and buffet sup-
pers. Chi Omega held a formal
dance last night; the Theta Phi Al-
pha local chapter house is the center
of province convention activities;
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained with a
formal dinner dance at Huron Hills
Country Club, and Alpha Chi Omega
initiated new members.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Eleven women were initiated into
Alpha Chi Omega sorority last night.
The women are Helen Brandt, '36,
Elizabeth Bergener, '34, Vavalynn
Brask, '34, Doris Hill, '36, Hazel Han-
lon, '36, Jean Howell, '36P, Ruth
Rich, '36, Mary Morgan, '36, Mary
Ellen Webster, '34, Marjorie Mor-
rison, '36, Cecilia Richardson, '36.
Alumnae present for the banquet
and initiation were: Dorothy Mal-
comb, '32, Mrs. Howard McClusky,
Mrs. Leonard Miller, and Mrs. John
Mathes, all of Ann Arbor; Miss Mary
Morley, Mrs. P. E. Krause, Miss
Catherine Oakley, Miss Elizabeth
Shilson, and Miss Celeste McCann,
all of Detroit; Edwina Jerry, '32, of
Mount Clemens; Greta Kraus, '32, of
Saginaw; Mrs. Ruth McCann Crumb,
of Pittsburgh; and Miss Janice Gil-
lette, of Howell.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Ellen Kean, '34, Eileen Howard, 33,
and Catherine Kern, '34, will spend
the week-end in Chicago, and Mary
Alexander, '34, will go to Battle
Creek. Lillian Keller of Ohio Wes-
leyan University, will be the guest
of the members of Alpha Gamma
Delta this week-end.
CHI OMEGA
The initiates of Chi Omega enter-
tained the active members at the an-
nual spring formal held last night
at the chapter house. Floyd Munson,
'33, who was in charge, chose tea
roses and sweet peas as decorations.
House mothers from various soror-
ities acted as chaperons, with Mrs.
BlancheHarley, ChirOmegachap-
eron. They were Mrs. Maude Thomp-
son, Theta Phi Alpha; Mrs. Anna
Dillingham, Kappa Delta, and Mrs.
Mary Tuller, Zeta Tau Alpha.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zisler, of
Detroit, Dr. Rudolph Lignell and Mrs.
Lignell, of Detroit; Mary Schaeffer,
'32, of Saginaw; Dorothea Hoffmeyer,
'32, of Detroit; Bess Maxey, '30, of
Lyons; Edna Seeberger, '31, of Ma-
rine City; Miss Margaret Berridge,
of Detroit, and Miss Ruth Blair, of
Kalamazoo.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Delta Delta Delta entertained eight
guests at a rushing dinner Thurs-
day night. Spring flowers and cream
tapers were used to decorate the
tables.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma held a formal
dinner-dance last night at the Huron
Hills Country Club. Twenty couples
attended the affair, at which Mrs.
Edna Babson and Miss Agnes Barker
were chaperons. Roses and sweet
peas were used to decorate the tables.
The Misses Gertrude Graves and
Dorothy Icove, both of Cleveland, are
spending the week-end in Ann Arbor
and attended the dance.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Province convention meetings and
ceremonies will occupy the time of
Theta Phi Alpha this week-end. Rep-
resented at the Alpha chapter house
here will be various other chapters,
situated at Ohio University, Cin-

cinnati University, Ohio State Uni-
versity, the University of Akron, the
University of Illinois, and Indiana
University.
City alumnae associations will be
present. Among them delegates from
Detroit, Toledo, and Ann Arbor.
Alumnae branches of active chapters
are also to be represented. Meetings
beginning Saturday morning will
continue throughout the day.
The outstanding event of conven-
tion activities will be the celebra-
tion of Founders' Day, which will be
held at the chapter house at noon.
Three of the founders will be honor-
ed at luncheon; Miss Mildred Con-
nelly, of Detroit; Miss Selma Gilday,
of Toledo, and Mrs. Camilla Ryan
Sutherland, of Toledo. Speakers will
include Miss Ruth Brady, president
of the Alpha chapter Alumnae asso-
ciation; Dorothy Reeves, '34, presi-
dent of Alpha chapter and Miss Con-
nelly. Luncheon appointments will
be carried out in yellow and blue.
Tapers and sprin flowers will deco-
rate the tables.I
In honor of the visiting delegates,
the members of the local chapter are
entertaining at a formal dance to-
night.hFlowers and tapers will deco-
r'ate the house.

ArChitects' Ball

Guest

imuses SflflniGay Wppk~r-En

fiih orminals,

Constance Louise Myers, '36SM,
was the guest of William H. Buderus,
'33A, general chairman of the Ar-
chitects' May Party, last night in the
League Grill.
Fraternity Men
Win Prizes For
Bi'idge Scores
Representing Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da fraternity in the final rounds of
the All-Campus Bridge Tournament
yesterday, Andrew Brumbaugh, '33E,
and Richard Becker, '33E, won the
right to the cup to be presented to
the winners.
The 'tournameit was scored on
two bases, total score and mass
points, according to Allen McCombs,
'35, chairman of the men's division
of the tournament. Brumbaugh and
Baker won by a total score of 3,390,
and a mass score of 14 points. Alpha
Delta Pi sorority, coming in second,
had a total score of 3,010 and 12
mass points. Irma Rantamoa, '34,
and Cornelia Burwell, '34, were the
sorority representatives.
The independent men were third,
represented by Kenneth Hansma,
'36L, and Irving Frank, '36L. Their
total score was 2,660 and mass points
11. The independent women tied
with the independent men for mass
points, but came out fourth in the
total points with a score of 1,460.
They were represented by Betty
King, '34, and Elizabeth Harris, '34.
The finals of the tournament were
played Wednesday at the Union, and
Thursday night at the League. Until
the last few hands the women were
leading, but they were defeated in
th&. final rounds.
John Mathes, bridge expert of the
League, advised the committee in
charge on scoring, and assisted in
the general supervision of the tour-
nament. Ted Borst, '35, also assisted
in the scoring yesterday.
ronesses have been invited to meet
convention delegates.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Members of Zeta Tau Alpha enter-
tained several guests at a rushing
dinner Thursday night. Anna L.

n'adidition to the innumerable
dan cs held last night, sororities and
fraterniti es arc entert aining with 10
forrmal and informal affairs tonight.
Helen Newb)erry Residence is also
giving its spring formal dinner dance.
At the Phi Beta Pi fraternity house
Dr. A. C. Fmt Uenb4ug and Mrs. Fur-
stenburg will chaperon the dance.
Marshall Saldeener, '35M, is in
charge of the affair. Alpha Kappa
Kappa fraternity is to hold a dance
under the direction of Oliver Todd,
'34M. Dr. Nelson Smith and Mrs.
SmilI are to chaperon.
Virginia Taylor, '33, has made the
arrangements for the formal dance
to be given by Collegiate Sorosis to-
night. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hef-
feran and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Rob-
erson will be present.
Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity
has arranged for an informal radio
party at which Mrs. H. B. Merrick
will be present. Robert Suez, '33E,
is the chairman for the dance.
The Alpha Xi Delta sorority house
will be the scene of an informal
spring dance for which Betty Scott,
'35, has made the arrangements. The
chaperons will be Mrs. Myrtle Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wuerth, and Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Ohlinger.
John Harbred's orchestra will fur-
nish the music for the informal
dance to be held at the Sigma Nu
fraternity house. George Squibb,
'33E, is in charge; Dr. Lowell J. Carr
and Mrs. Carr will chaperon.
Theta Kappa Psi fraternity is1
holding a dinner dance at the Union,
which Dr. H. C. Ross and Mrs. Ross
will attend. John MacNeal, '36M, is
making the plans for the affair. Xi
Psi Phi fraternity is entertaining
with a dance also, for which J. Nor-
man Allstin, '34, has made the plans.
CHI PHI
Chi Phi fraternity entertained at
a formal dance last night. Among
the guests were Emma Jane Ross,
'35, Virginia Morgan, '35, Margaret
Allen, '34, Mary K. Snyder, '34, Grace
Esther Schroeder, '36, Jean Perrin,
'33, Mary Marshall, 33Ed., Dorothy
Utley, '36, Margaret Jackson, '35,
Harriet Wolfs, '36Ed.,tMary Hutchin-
son, '35, and Eleanor Dwinell, '33.
The out-of-town guests included the
Misses Jane and Mary Ellwood, Dor-
othy Adams, Helen Gilmore, Phyllis
Wheeler, and Jane Alexander, all of
Detroit, and Julia Ann Folger of To-I
ledo and Betty Qualman, a student
at Michigan State College.
DELTA CHI
One of the most outstanding af-
fairs of the season was the Delta Chi
fraternity formal dinner dance held
last night. Special entertainment
was provided during dinner by a
trio of tap dancers. A green and
white color scheme, with spring flow-

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Dinner-Dances Honor Banquet
s vand cherry blossoms, -provided an Are An io unced
tractive atmosphere around the or-
estr canopy. Several new committee appoint-
Guests were Evelyn Robertson, '35, ments have been made recently by
ne Bentley, '33, Anne Donnelly, members of the central committee
, Catherine Howell, '36, Ruth for the installation banquet to be
ule, '34, Ellen Jean Conover, '35, held Wednesday in the main ball-
rolyn Maujer, '33, June Ashton, room of the League. The banquet is
, Florence Harper; '36, Dorothy to be given in honor of both the new
n Riper, '34, and Jeanette Al- and old boards of the League and of
acht, '33. W. A. A.
The Misses Beatrice Robertson, Jean Porter has been named chair-
net Griffiths, Marjorie Turner, man of the tables committee for
len Weidman, and Mildred Hyde- W. A. A. Several new names have
the Misses Lucille Peterson, of been added to the ticket committees
ttle Creek; Maxine Houseknecht, of both the League and of W. A. A.
Kalamazoo; Lettie Belle Rolfson Beatrice DeVine, '35, has named Jane
d Hellen Doffinas, both of Wyan- Arnold, '36, Marie Metzger, '35, and
tte; Jane Peckinpaugh, of Cleve- Elizabeth Durfee, '35, to assist the
ad Heights, O.; Dorothea Brown, W. A. A. committee, and Lenore Le-
Durand; Fern MacRitchie, of Gendre, '34, has appointed Mary
ronto, Ont., Jean Durgan, of De- Helen MacIntosh, '34, and Laura
it, and Capt. Arthur B. Custis and Sommers, '33, to assist her.

Committeec% For

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Mrs. Custis, and Prof. Paul M. Cun-
cannon, all of Ann Arbor.
Chaperons were Lieut. Richard R.
Coursey and Mrs. Coursey, of Ann
Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Tonks. of Saginaw.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Among those present at the Delta
Sigma Pi fraternity spring formal
dance last night were Rose Cruse,
'36, Barbara Curtis, '34Ed., Helen
Campbell, '33, Mildred Cresswell, '33,
Ruth Stesel, '33, and Ruth Hickman,
'33, and the Misses Ruth Karpinski
and Marguerite Rayton, both of Ann
Arbor; Mildred Woodman, of Bay
City; Helen Townsend, of Mt. Clem-
ens; Annette Fansler and Florence
Kemp, both of Detroit; Carol An-
nutta, of Ypsilanti, and Catherine
Hartman, of Highland Park. Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Tibbitts were the
chaperons.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "A
Lady's Profession"; Majestic, "Be
Mine Tonight"; Wuerth, "Under-
Cover Man."
Drama: "Journey's End;" 2:30 and
8:30 p. in., Laboratory Theatre.
Dancing: Union Ballroom; League
Grill.
Exhibition: Selected paintings from
the Forty-fifth Annual Artists' Ex-
hibition from the Chicago Art Insti-
tute, 1 to 5 p. m., Alumni Memorial
Hall.
Free Make-Up Service and Advice
BLENDED POWDER
and COSMETICS
The Fifth Ave. Cosmetic Shop
300 South State Street
(1 door fromn Mary Lee Candy Shop)

Sororities are requested to phone
in the number of persons that will
attend from their houses, if they
have not already done so.

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Spring Suits Vary
To Fit All Tastes
Speaking of suits! There are types
enough to suit anyone. A dress suit
of hunter's green with a deep collar
of gray fox, the pockets and cuffs also
having their share of this trimming,
is luxurious. For those who admire
the smartly severe type there is one
carried out in black and gray. The
skirt is done in a small black and
white check. The black jacket shows'
a wealth of smartness, especially in
the distinctively large lapel which
crosses to fasten on the left shoulder
with two oblong brown wood buttons.
A popular suit is one which may
be used for both street and dress.
The material is a green and tan
mixed tweed with the green predom-
inating. The wrap-around skirt fea-
tures a large covered button of the
same material, fastening at the side.
The three-quarter length swagger
coat closes at the throat with a simi-
lar button. A detachable shoulder
cape banded in lynx makes the suit
adaptable for. dress wear.

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