OCT. 11, 1932
THE MICHIGAN DAltY
Athletic Managers Meet To
Iihe.is Itraura Prga
Pledge Groups Of Fraternities
Exceed Classes Of Last Year
409 New Students Taken
At Ceremonies Monday
For Future Members
Following are the names of the 409
students pledged yesterday, as re-
ceived from the Dean's office.
Since the official list was received,
The Daily has been notified of sev-
eral other pledges, but as these
names have come from unofficial
sources, they cannot be printed as
Warren R. Staebler, John I. Mason,
Charles Swartout, Edward Hutchin-
son, Charles Price, W. H. Kellogg,
Carlton Brickell, Robert Minteer,
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Thomas H. Kleene, Frederic W.
Norton, H. Thomson Raymond, Rich-
ard H. James, Dudley Holmes, Alan
N. Ransom, James Kidston, James B.
Talcott, Laurence D. Smith, Joseph
Griswold, William Smith, D e a n
Smith, Moreau Hunt, Horace Allen,
Richard Joslin, George Wanty, Jona-
than Hildner, George Todd, Sheldon
ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
John L. Shannon, John H. Reifel,
Elton Knapp, Francis J. Dorner, Rob
ert Evans, Charles G. Milne, Floyd B.
Rabe, John G. Steele, Charles W.
ALPHA RHO CHII
J. Richard Shields, Stanhope B.
Ficke, Dale Hillier, W. B. Boyer, O. F.
Garceau, Frederick Baessler.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Robert Thornley, Larry E v a n s,
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Allen Justice, Charles Justice, Wal-
lace Oldstrom, Ivar Strand, Joseph
Maiulo, Steve Remias, Rupert Bell,
George Parkin, Ralph Frerichs.
BETA THETA PI
Richard Devereaux, Morris Purdy
Russel Jones, Richard Wolfer, Phil-
ip MacCallum, Parker Stetson, Thad
Leland, Norman Williamson, Robert
Thomas J. Landes, Wallis Kinney,
R o b e r t Spence, Frank Rollinger,
Charles Foreman, Albert Goodale, Jr.
William Farr, Berend Von Bremen,
Daniel H. Lewis, Hillis Rigterink,
Harry D. MacWebb, William Knapp,
Harold Daisher, John G. Kitchen.
KAPA DELTA 4HO-
John Brown, David Cornell, Martin
IL. Holben, Andrew H. Spaman, Jr.,
Robert L. Wells, John Linabury,
George R. Severy, Evans T. Morton,
Delos D. Stegenga.
GordonDegener, John Lillie, John
Cawley, Frederick Mitchell, Ned Dief-
endorf, Harry Collins, Donald McKil-
len, Thomas Carlyle, Harry Pillinger,
Robert Burns, Richmond Blake, De-
Witt Snyder, Charles Hunt, Benjamin
Edgar Davidson, Emanuel Feinberg,
Robert Fleishman, Robert Friedman,
Irwin Glasser, Henry Houseman,
Burnett Levick, Howard Levine, Irv-
ing Levitt, Paul Reitman, Herbert
Robinson, Richard Rome, Oscar Ros-
enthal, Ralph Sidman.
Nesbit Haas, William Slenger, Wil-
liam D i x o n, Vaudie Vandenburg,
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
John Jackson, Stuart Reed, John
Jull, Forrest Roby, Ralph Bower,
PHI[ BETA DELTA
Irving Auslander, Howard Kahn,
Louis H. Frazen.
PHI DELTA THETA
Edward Begle, Boyd Bolitho, Wil-
lian Donald Geiser, David Hunn, Ed-
ward Livaudais, George Schultz, Har-
PHI EPSILON PI
John Bensinger, Bernard Rosen-.
thal, Edward Loeb, James Davis.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Frank Freshwater, Edward S. Sagg,
Robert Merrill, Frederick Densmore,
Guy Conkle, Foster Campbell, Robert
Archibald, Jack Whitehouse.
Charles Duerr, Paul J. Gorman,
George Munger, Robert Cross, Frank
PHI KAPPA PSI
Edward Allen, Shirley Snow,
Charles Kelly, James Toy, Arthur
$atten, Kenneth Watkins, James
Wilcox, George Renaud, John Cherry,
Hugo Ulbrich, Derwood Harris, Robert
Hilty, George Welch, Clyde Crane,
Donald Miller, Richard Ellerby.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
George Kohler, James Richards,
Howard Lowery, John P. Ogden,
Horace Pinney, Manley Osgood, Jr.,
Kenneth Walsworth, Robert May,
PHI MU ALPHA
Robert Waters, R o l a n d Waters,
Ralph V. Matthews, Kenneth B.
Sage, Francy W. Hoyes.
Arthur Anderson, Lawrence Roehler,
PI KAPPA PHI
William R. Kennedy, Emil W.
Keck, Robert d. Mitchell, Gordon
Temple, Howard Ode.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Lee Rosenberg, William Isaacson,
Monroe Levin, Marshall Silverman,
George Weinberger, Edward Frank,
Benjamin K. Harris, Paul Pearlstein.
Alfred Davock, Ted Evans, Robert
Gutherie, Robert Harrington, Robert
Jackson, William Joy, Darwin R.
Neumeister, W i11i a m Onderdonk,
Philip Ordway, William Letcher Rik-
er, John Schaberg, Kenneth Stans-
field, Robert C. Taylor, Franklin M.
Thompson, Samuel Champion Titus,
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Carl W. Giller, Jr., Karl Ferner,
Laurence David, W. Reynolds Smith,
Jr., George W. Tourtellot, William
SIGMA ALPHA MU
William Caplan, Martin Alexander,
Yale Kaplan, Roy Fisher, Jr., Alex-
ander Stern, Allyn Weber, Bernard
Paul W. Phillips, Robert Thomas,
Richard Woodard, John Heles, Neal
Eggleston, Harold Nixon, Frank Feh-
senfeld, Donald K. Alford, Herbert
Mason, Elwood Morgan, Arthur Sem-
pliner, Jr., Franklin Harrington, Mer-
ton Wentworth, Norman Smith, Paul
Fishley, Robert Parkins.
Louis Benua, Robert Olson, Homer
Barber, Robert Metcalf, George Eckel,
B r u c e Bassett, William Richard
SIGMA P I
Frank M. Brennan, Van Dunakin,
Charles Donker, Frederick Ward,
Robert Cole, Terrill Newnan, Ralph
Waehner, Cerdric M a r s h, Lester
SIGMA P I EPSILON
Noble Ashley, W. A. Combe, Robert
TAU DELTA PHI
Seymour Hirsch, Daniel Kellner,
Jacob Manderberg, Max Shulman,
TAU -KAPPA EPSILON
Rowe Balmer, Bruce Marshall,
Robert Atkins, Gordon Drummond,
Russell Coward, Joseph O'Connell,
Grove Ginder, Edward F. Rogers.
THETA DELTA CIII
Nathan Schaeffer, Frank Battistini,
John Strayer, Wemmer Gooding,
Frederick Rogers, Robert Beal, Law-
rence Mattison, Jack McCarthy, John
Bishop, Donald Bard, Carleton Pal-
mer, Albert Gregory, Thomas Groehn,
William Weeks, Bradford Carpenter,
Robert Reed-Hill, Edwin Dykeman,
Malcolm Farnsworth, Theodore Thor-
ward, Alexander Walker, Floyd Sweet,
Delbert Lents, Gustavo Saliva.
Raymond B. Maloy, Karl A. Beers,
Sherman H. took, William J. Bill,
Allen B. Stevens, John D. Luley, Phil-
ip M. Boals.
Jack Cooper, E d w a r d Litchfield,
James Merry, Robert Warner, Robert
Wenham, Durker Braggins, John R.
Early, William Knight, William Wat-
son, Philip H. Clark.
ZETA BETA TAU
Lewis Braudy, Joseph Finsterwald,
Edwin Gage, Burton Joseph, Jr.,
Frank Yaffe, Joseph Rothbard, Nath-
an Wertheimer, Arnold Sobel, Stan-
ley Strauss, Morton Alshuler, Robert
William Chapman, Leslie Drew,
Oswald H. Joerg, George Quimby,
Woodward Grove, Charles Living-
DELTA ALPHA EPSILON
Earl Layton, Lawrence Mann,
Grant Howell, Fred Tonks, Wil-
liam Groening, Lewis Berry, Russell
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Carl Krueger, Richard Thayer,
Robert Hubbard, Phillip Van Zile,
Joseph MacArthur, Chapin Harris,
Packard Hopkins, Paul Stoller,
James Nunneley, Bert Voorhies,
Charlton A. Mewborn.
Edwin James, Gerard Bogart,
Henry Wightman, William Clement.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Francis Lemery, Richard Lein.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Henry Van Welde, Martin G. Beer.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Robert D. Guthrie, George North-
ridge, Robert Northway, Dan Hul-
grave, Jr., Wencel A. Neumann,
Charles Framburg, Burris Sharp,
James Berringer, Everett McAfee.
Harold Clayton, Hugh Kuder,
Charles Siemon, Joseph White, Wil-
liam Reuther, Gerald Stewart, Har-
old Strickland, George Bolas, Glenn
Griffin, H e a t o n Owsley, Charles
Tie In Sports Apparel
By CAROL J. HANAN
"Northwestern for their pretty
girls" goes the song, and we might
add "and their pretty clothes." For
although we beat them in football,
certainly we did no more than tie
them in fashion. We arrived at that
conclusion after trying to stare out
of countenance as much of the fem-
inine element of the 70,000 present
at the game as we could yesterday.
One petite young lady carrying a
purple banner of Northwestern was
attired in a green dress that featured
a wrap-around slirt that buttoned
up the left side back. With it she
wore a brief bolero-type leopard
jacket with no sleeves. Her hat was
a small green felt turban that diped
far over her right eye and her shoes
and accesories were brown.
After seeing her we searched anx-
iously around the stadium for a cos-
tume on "our side" to equal it. We
found one in an outfit entirely made
up of blue wool. The dress was made
in the approved style of wide should-
ers, full sleeves and slim waist.
Society Will Soon
Mu Phi Alpha, national honorary
musical society, will initiate Miss
Margaret Kimball, '35, of Clinton,
Michigan, Miss Margaret Martindale,
'35, of Gary, Indiana, and Miss Ruth
Pfohl, an instructor of the harp, of
Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The
rushing system of this sorority is dif-
ferent from that of any other soror-
ity on campus.
Guests Are Entertained j
At Dinner By Sorority
Theta Phi Alpha sorority celebrat-
ed Saturday's game with an infor-
mal dinner for both alumnae and
house guests. Alumnae who attend-
ed were: Misses Beatrice Cowan, '29,
Ruth Brady, '27, Kathleen Donovan,
'28, Morayne Dodesta, '32, Josephine
Krieser, '32, Virginia Hanlon, '32, and
Marie Ferency, '31. A house guest
was Miss Margaret Scott.
Fad For Hat Trim
The elephant fad as a hat decora-
tion and an emblem of loyalty to the
Republican party has been started by
a group of co-eds at Northwestern
University, Evanston. The originator
is Miss Mary Jane Morrow, who en-
listed the enthusiastic assistance of
two fellow members of the Gamma
Phi Beta sorority.
Their next initiate was Miss Helen
Meim of Winona, Minn., who now
decorates her entire brim with silver
The Panhellenic Association has
requested The Daily to make the fol-
lowing correction: sorority rushees
were to be called for at 3 p. m. Sun-
day instead of 4 p. m. as erroneously
stated in Sunday's Daily.
The announcement was the cause
of some confuusion for which the As-
sociation has been unjustly blamed.
Athletic managers of various sor-
orities and independent houses met
at a delightful tea held at the W. A.
A. Building Friday afternoon. Miss
Marie Hartwig, who is in charge of
intramural athletics, assembled this
group in order that the managers
might become acquainted and also to
set before them the intramural pro-
gram of this fall.
Miss Dorothy Beise announced that
there would be two archery tourna-
ments this fall, one for beginners and
another for an advanced group. She
urged that every house send out as
many girls as possible for this first!
tournament since no previous train-
ing was required.
The tennis program was discussed
by Miss Marie Zettler. Singles and
doubles tournaments a r e opening
next week. In addition there will be
a closed mixed doubles tournament
open only to fifteen members of the
Michigan tennis squad and their
Miss Jean Porter, '84, student in-
tramural 'manager, discussed t h e
plans for the hockey season. Inter-
class hockey will b~e under way for
the next, month, then a round robin
tournament will begin for the soror-
ities and independent 'houses.
Miss Marie Hartwig outlined the
new policy for the prospective golf
season. There are to be two tourna-
ments, the first, a weekly one in
which the player submitting the best
score for one week is given a free
pass to play the following week at
any time all day long. These scores
may be entered from the noon of one
Saturday to the noon of the next at
room 24. This privilege may be held
by a girl only once a season.
The second tournament is regular
in that scores must be turned in for
the first nine holes of the Michigan
Course by noon of October 15, and
drawings for the match will be made
from this list.
Betsy Barbour Holds
Annual Cabaret Dinner
Betsy Barbour House will holds its
annual costume Cabaret Dinner to-
night. The purpose of the event is
to help the girls become better ac-
quainted with each other. Lucille
Root, '34, social chairman is in
charge of the arrangements. Dane-
ing will follow the dinner.
()CTOBER 1 2
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* Turn back the pages of the
Family Album to see what
" Fashion has in store for you
" this fall. Victorian details
" prevail in shoulders, waist-
lines and top silhouettes ..-.
Top your fall ensemble with a.
Dobb's at Jacobson's! Trim little
that touch of
smartness in A
your fall outfit.
The one sketch-
ed may be or-
dered in an y
size, $5 up. Byr
the way, Dobb's
hats will be an
ture of Jacob-
son's Style Show tomorrow night.
In the Dress Shop at Jacobson's,
a stunning Lucile Paray formalj
caught my eye. It was
fashioned along flat-
teringly slender lines
of hyacinth lace, with
novelty embroidery of
silver. The detachable
cape of the same ma-
x,, terial, trimmed in beige
fox, makes an ex-
tremely a t t r a c t i v e
gown for formal din-
v ner dances. You won't
oe able to resist this
b r e a t h - taking copy
when you see it at Jacobson's Pia-
There is always a real scoop in
ho-iery at The Campus Shoppe.
Enlighten your evening of pleas-
ure with the soft glow of a cozy
lamp from the Car-
avan Token Shop,
opposite the P.O. in
Nickel's A r c a d e.
They have the most
of pottery, brass and
copper lamps. Priced
you know, adds that
distinctive touch in the art of in-
terior decoration, today. Stop in
and see them. You will want one,
The Raggedy Ann, that quaint
little beauty shop at 1115 S. U..
across from "The Den," specializes
in Frederick permanent waves at
$5 and $8. Dial 7561 for an ap-
'Take your knitting problems to
the Woman's Exchange, 7 Nickels
Arcade. Today, everyone knits, or
crochets their own sweaters, blous-
es, or berets. Plan to drop into
the Woman's Exchange and learn
this fascinating mode.
Quarry's Drug Store, corner of
Stat e and N. U. is making a most
starUi ofer on iper-
t'umilers this week. The
DeVilbiss, one of the
best known antomizers,
is featured. Futuristic
*WFashion has dipped deeply into Victorian
elegance for her inspiration and you may see
in detail the glorified new versions which stress
individuality. .. and you too may be individual
by choosing from our ofe-of-a-kind groups of
gowns, suits, coats, hats, and shoes. They alt
have a luxury appeal that is usually found
only in the exclusive Fifth Averite shops, but
our prices are for the Co-ed.
229 S. State St.
Exgaisite "Hooe of