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UNDAY,.MAY 28, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

Spring Dances At Fraternities

Attraet La-0,f-Town Guests
Numerous dances were enjoyed by Elliot, Doris Elliot, and Ragnhild
fraternities and sororities during the Moe, all of Ann Arbor; and Jean
week-end. Pauli, of Pontiac.
BETA THETA PI PIHi SIGMA KAPPA
Beta Theta Phi fraternity enter- Chaperoning the Phi Sigma Kappa
tained at a closed formal dance last spring formal Saturday night were
night. Among the guests were the Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carlson. The
Misses Carol Blaisfield, Dorothy guest list included Virginia Koch, '35,
Seens, Elizabeth Adler, and Maxine Gladys M. Draves, '36, Carol Hanan,
Smith, all of Detroit; Melissa Mac- '34, Marjorie Oostdyk, '35, Cecelia
Leod, of Marion; Evelyn Robinson, Richardson, '36, Jeanette Greent, '35,
of Cass City; Marie Braunagan, of Theresa St. John, '34, Grace Unger,
Port Huron; Laura Manchester, of '34, Lois Zimmernian, '35, Alice Boter,
Ann Arbor; Mary Burns, of Saginaw; '33, Betty Talcot, '35, Helen Flynn,
Ruth Stone, of Jackson; and Barbara '35, Miss Betty Shaffer, Miss Mary
Baker, of Flint. Rall, James Park, Jr., Francis Mar-
Campus women who were present cero, Miss Virginia Mathias, Miss
were Jean Shaw, '36, Betty Aigler, Margaret Ledbetter, and Howard
'35, Rosanna Manchester, '36, Julie Thomas, all of Detroit; Miss Helene
Kane, '36, Bernice Wetherald, '35, Jamieson, Miss Dorothy Laney, Miss
Doris Clarke, '33, June Biggers, '35, Ruth Averill, Donald MacGregor,
Carolyn Wose, '35, Barbara Schoetz, and Miss Mary Hondorp, all of
'34, Mary Paul, '35, Kay Williams, Grand Rapids, and Betty Holmes, of
'35, Carolyn Hankey, '34, Edith Fer- Hollywood, Calif.
rin, '36, and Barbara Sutherland, '35. PI EPSILON PI
GAMMA PIl BETA Among the out-of-town guests who
Gamma Phi Beta sorority is enter- attended the Phi Epsilon Pi frater-
taining t h e following week-end nity dance last night were the Misses
guests: Miss Dorothy Seens and Mrs. Marjorie Hyman and Ruth Baker, of
Esther Gerdan, '32, both of Detroit; Chicago; Peggy Loeb and Jo Love-
and Miss Theodore Phielnan, of man, of Birmingham, Ala., Arda'
Grand Haven. Mrs. James Breakey Wurtenberg, of New Orleans; Alice
is holding the traditional senior Newman, of Cleveland; Dorothy
breakfast this morning at her home Strauss, of Louisville, Ky., and Helen
in Barton Hills. Ehrlich, of Detroit.
The sorority will hold a Memorial TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Day breakfast dance Tuesday. Among those entertained at an in-
HERMITAGE formal party last night at Tau Kap-
Members of Hermitage fraternity pa Epsilon fraternity were Mr. and
entertained at a formal dance Friday Mrs. Tom Powers, Miss Rose Hobart,
night. Mr. and Mrs. Julio del Toro Geoffrey Kerr, Miss Peggy Haven-
chaperoned. Among the guests at- don, Miss Katherine Wick Kelly,
tending the dance were: Helen Miss Helen Ray, ; ob.trt Henderson,
Bailey, '33, Jean Mitchel, '33, Joy Dr. and Mrs. John Huber, and Jean
Stewart, '34Ed., Hazel Hickman, '36, Paul Slusser.
Dorothy Malcolm, Grad., Josephine PilI DELTA PHI
Petronovich, '33SN, and Virginia 'Phi Delta Phi fraternity entertain-
Forsythe, '33SM. cd at a spring formal last night. The
Out-of-town guests included the gues list included Esther Warren,
Misses Natalie Chiera and Pauline Spec., Ruth Lehman, '34, I d a
Dembowski, both of Detroit; Jean Cocper, '34SN, Evelyn Cornell, '33,1
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