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G MAY 27, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

Coibiined Glee

Sororities Feature Unusual In
Entertainmenl For The Wceki

P'lays At

Lea gue

Clubs To Hold
Fiiial Program
Joinit (ceertL And Dance
Bring To End All Glee
Club Activities
Glee club activities for the year
will come to a close Monday night,
May 29, with the annual joint con-
cert and dance of the Varsity Glee
Club and the Girls' Glee Club in the
League Ballroom.
Invitations to the affair, which is
to be formal, have been extended to
approximately 100 members of the
administration, faculty, and friends
of the organization, it was an-
nounced. Herbert Roosa, '33E, and
Dorothy Norris, '33, are in charge of
arrangements.
Theconcert, directed by Prof. Da-
vid Mattern, director of the Varsity
Glee Club, and Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, director of the Girls' Glee
Club, will begin at 8:30 p. m. Dancing
will be from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m., Wom-
en students will be given late permis-
sion because of the holiday on the
following day.
Dr. Baker States
GermanUnrest Is
Felt In Classroom
"The current unrest in Germany
has been felt in the university class-
room," Dr. Thomas S. Baker, presi-
dent of Carnegie Institute of Tech-
nology, writes in an article on Ger-
man students which was recently
published in the Carnegie Magazine.
"The university has grown in im-
portance but it is no longer a center
of q calm, cloistered, scholarship,"
stated Dr. Baker, who lectured dur-
ing the winter in German universi-
ties under the auspices of the Carl
Schurz Memorial Foundation.
Hitler has stirred the imagination
of the students and has fired their
enthusiasm. Many of them look to
him not only to save their country
but they base their hopes of earning
a livelihood on the changes that he
will make, both in government and
economic conditions, the president
said.
According to Dr. Baker the uni-
versity has become the focus point
of political-and social unrest. The
high-handed methods which Hitler
encourages or at least condones have
dealt a serious blow to academic
freedom. Apart from their work the
students' chief interest is politics.
"The students enjoy the militant
method of extending German 'Kultur'
and the quasi-military system, the
uniforms, the discipline, and the fer-
vid rhetoric of their Nazi leaders.
Hitler's appeal to them has flattered
their vanity and incrased their im-
portance in their own eyes."
GRADUATE LUNCHEON
President Alexander G. Ruthven.
and Dean Carl Huber of the Gradu-
ate School will attend the last grad-
uate luncheon to be held Wednesday,i
May 31, in the Russian Tea Room of1
the League.7

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Many sororities have been busy
this week with faculty dinners, and
:;VCVJr houseJ have held election of!
xict ;o Pn Ihe coming year. A few
C)1 rty meib;rs xJill spend the
,'..e"nc1 at homn, and at the same
(i3e a number of out-of-town guests
will be entertained at the houses.
CmI 0JEGA
Miss 1orothy Smith, of Ferndale,
is a guest of Chi Omega sorority for
the week-end.
JE1 TA DELTA DELTA
The patronesses of 'Delta Delta
Delta sorority, Mrs. Shirley Allen,
Mrs. _Horatio J. 'Abbot, Mrs. CarlI
Freun, Mrs. Arnold Goss, Mrs. Ed-
ward Kraus, Mrs. Walter Reichart,
and Mrs. Thomas Reed, entertained
at dinner Wednesday night in honor
of Mrs. William E. Comstock, a new
patroness of thesorority, and theI
senior women of the chapter.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
The members of Alpha Omicron
Pi were entertained at a supper party
Thursday night atathe home of Dr.
and Mrs. L. P. Hall.
Friday night Mrs. Ernest Lloyd en-
tertained at a dinner for the senior
members of Alpha Omicron Pi.
ALPHA PHI
The active members of Alpha Phi
held a party yesterday afternoon at
the chapter house for the children
of the alumnae.
New officers were recently elected
by the members of Alpha Phi, they
are Jean Hemming, '34, president;
Winefred Pike, '34, vice-president;
Sara King, '34, secretary; and Mar-
garet Grant, '35, treasurer.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi gave a surprise

shower last night for Augusta Schaf-
fer, Grad., who is to be married this
July. The shower took the form of
a treasure hunt.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Initiation services will be held this
morning by the members of Alpha
Gamma Delta. Those to be initiated
are: Margaret Cunningham, '34, of
Ann Arbor; and Helen Doris Young,
'35, of Detroit.
A formal banquet will be held to-
night at the chapter house. Mrs.
Grace Koepel, and Mrs. El Wynn,
both of Detroit. are to be week-end
guests.
Pi BETA PHI
1 Pi Beta Phi entertained the follow-
ing guests at a formal faculty din-
ner Thursday night: Prof. and Mrs.
i Myron B. Chapin, Prof. and Mrs.
Robert C. Angell, Dr. and Mrs. Albert
H. Marckwardt, Mr. Stephen Lincoln,
Prof. and Mrs. Everett Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Montagu Modder, Prof. and
Mrs. Warner Patterson, Prof. and
Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky, Mrs. Leona
B. Diekema ,Mr. and Mrs, George
Helm, Prof. and Mrs. James K. Pol-
lock, Prof. and Mrs. Palmer Chris-
tian, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Hackett,
and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey L. Haw-
kins.
THETA PHI ALPHA
The members of Theta Alpha sor-
ority will be entertained by their
patronesses at a luncheon today.
A spring formal will be held at
the Theta Phi Alpha sorority to-
night. -Evelyn Arnold, '35, is in
charge of the dance. The entire
house will be decorated with spring
flowers. The chaperons for the party
will be Mrs. Maude C. Thompson,
Mrs. Myra Upham, Mrs. Mary Behy-
mer, and} Mrs. Eva Anderson.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Many members of Zeta Tau Alpha
sorority are spending the week-end
at their homes. Anna L. Knight, '34,
is spending the week-end at Am-
herstburg, Ont., while Anna Neberle,
'33, Gladys Schroder, '33, and Lois
Zimmerman, '36, are spending the
week-end in Detroit.

Dinner Daie
Held By FHarris
R placing theniregular annual
ball, members of Harris Hall held a
"Depression Party" Wednesday night
in the Grill Room of the League. The
party was in the form of a dinner-
dance: Al Cowan and his orchestra
played.
The party, which was under the di-
rection of Miss Mary Cristy, general
chairman, was for the young married
couples. The profits are to go toward
Episcopalian student work.
Assisting Miss Cristy in her work
were Mrs. William Buchanan, chair-
man of ushers, and Mrs. Herbert
Watkins, chairman of table reserva-
tions. The ushers were: Ellen Reeves,
Emily Campbell, '35SM and Barbara
Sutherland, '35. The ticket commit-
tee was composed of Miss Katherine
Fellew, Mrs. Robert Angell, Mrs.
Daniel Quirk, Jr., Mrs. Douglas Loree,
Miss Phoebe Jean Cornwell, Mrs.
Maynard Newton, Mrs. Victor Lane
Jr., Mrs. Richard Cutting and Mrs.
Feger Slifer.

Pietro Brescia and his Harlequins
played for the Black Friar's dance
held in the main ballroom of the
League last night. The guests en-
joyed the use of the entire second
floor including all the lounges. The
grilroom was also open to members
of the party. This is the second ap-
pearance of this orchestra on cam-
pus for it played for the Frosh Frolic.

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Many Activities Fill
Week-End Program
The varied program of activities
for the week-end includes a spring
formal and an outdoor breakfast.
I MOSHER-JORDAN HALLS
The annual spring formal given
by the residents of Mosher-Jordan
Halls was held last night. It was a
dance. Pete Blomquist's orchestra
played for dancers in Mosher Hall
and Al Cowan played in Jordan Hall.
ADELIA CHEEVER RESIDENCE
The members of Adelia Cheever
Tiesidence will hold an outdoor
breakfast at the Island tomorrow
morning. Edith Davis, '34, is in
charge of the affair.
ALUMNAE HOUSE
Mrs. Fred W. Culver, of Saginaw,
who is a member of the Alumnae
House board of governors, has been
a guest of the Alumnae House for
i he past week.
PHI LAMBDA KAPPA
Phi Lainbda Kappa held election
of officers recently and elected the
following men to office, president,
Norman N. Steinberg, '34M, vice-
pr esident, Joe Auerbach., '34M; treas-
urer, Oscar Shapiro, '36M, secretary,
Bernard Kleiger, '36, and scribe,
Jack Kahaner.
The fraternity also wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Arthur Ben-
ison, of Flint; Julius Saperstein, of
Detroit; and Fred Zaff, of Chelsea,
Mt ssachusetts.

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