Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 14, 1932 - Image 5

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1932-10-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

OCT':14 14, U -



IL-- ------ --~--- -- -___ -~

Fraternity Men
Plan To Attend
Saturday gane
Ohio State Host To Man
From Ann Arbor At End
Of Week Parties
Week-end parties planned at Co-
lumbus for the Ohio State-Michigan
game will be attended by many fra-
ternity men from campus chapters,
Phi Beta Pi entertained manv
guests last week-end for the North-
western game. Alumni and guests
were: Dr. T. A. Owens, '31, and wife,
Dr. R. M. Burton, Miss Helen B.
White, Miss Thelma Hergert, Mrs. J.
W. Lasley, Miss Ruth Lasley, and Mr.
Mark Hockenberger, all from Toledo,
Ohio, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Wagley, -Dr.
Alex Whitley, Dr. A. Michaels, and
Miss Martha Newton, of Pontiac, Dr.
J. A. Spencer, '30, and wife of Alpena,
Dr. M. J. Wood and Dr. D. Stoffert of
Flint, Miss Myrna Thompson of De-
troit, and Miss Marion Gerbich of
A large group of men from the fra-
ternity is planning to drive to Colum-
bus for the Ohio State game this
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity en-
tertained the following alumni for
the Northwestern game: Mr. Gilbert
Wells and Mrs. Wells, Mark Earnall,
25, Wayne Brownall, '28, Leanard
Keller, '27, Fred Bouckham, '31, and
Cahn Vardon of Detroit; Mr. Oliver
Chipter and Mrs. Chipter, of Chi-
cago; Joseph Schlmark, '31, of Lud-
ington, Mich.; and guests from the
Northwestern chapter.
The out of town girls at the dance
Friday night were Helga Schlmtark
of Ludington, Mich.; Virginia Ralph
and Marjorie Blackburn of Evanston,
Ill.; and Catherine Welker, Dorothy
Anderson, and Frances Kanter, of
Chi Phi fraternity guests last week-
end were Mr. and Mrs. Walter .
Trupner, '23, Paul Corbett, Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slayton, '32, To-
ledo; Russell Bingham, Port Huron,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crouse,
'30, Lansing, Mich.; Henry Pendal,
'32, Saginaw, Mich.; Miss Nina Ty-
ler, Bay City, Mich.
The members planning to attend
the Ohio State game are Robert
Spence, '36, Thomas Landis, '36,
Frederick Rollins, '34, Charles Mer-
cill, '35, Herbert Nidge, '35, Carl
Thadselter, '34, William :Brown, '33,
Richard Read, '34, Howard Vogel, '35,
Frederick Huntoon, '34, O 1 i e r
Shovely, '34, John Spence, '33, Albert
Newman, '34, Donald Johnston, '34,
Bud Johnson, '34, Robert Stewart,
34, Donald Bourg, '34, and others.
Alpha Kappa Psi entertained a
number of guests and alumni for the
Northwesternn game last week-end.
Those present were Mr. Armstrong,
'28, of Detroit; A. J. Klick, '32, of
Detroit; Richard Bennett, '31, of Ch-i
cago. Ill.; Richard Moore, '28, of De-
troit; Russell Buri, of Detroit; and
Frank Turner, '32, Caro, Mich..
Other guests were Miss Abraham-
son of Muskegon, Mich.; who was
the guest of Hobarth Harris, '33
Miss Hale, of Pontiac, Mich., who
was the =guest of Ed Ladd, '33; Miss
Ruth Chittenden, Mr. F. R. Cameron,
Mr. W. D. Chittenden, and Mrs. J. A.
Cook, all of Detroit, who were the
guests of Malcolm Cameron, '34.
Twelve members of the Alpha Kappa
Psi chapter house at Northwestern

Pack Few Changes
For Out-Of-Town
Game On Saturday
For those of you fortunates who
won't have to listen to the game over
the radio, and are planning a hectic
jweek,.end in Columbus, harken to us.
Beware of taking too many things
with you. Its the fatal error that be-
sieges most of us, that of lacking
something, and before we know it we
have packed our entire wardrobe
leaving a grip that would take two
" tackles to close and a quarter-back
to lift. ,
Plan your wardrobe with an eye
for making one outfit do for several
occasions. For instance, a good-look-
ing suit would be appropriate to wear
for traveling and the game. The
blouse you wear with it will probably
be of knit, or jersey, or perhaps one
of those clever plaids. Its a good idea
to take another blouse along to wear
Sunday, one a little dressier than
you wore at the game, probably white
of crepe or satin with wide sleeves
and high neck-line. Carry a top-coat
along it may be useful, and you'll
certainly need it over your silk dress
at night.
One of the smartest dresses we've
seen that would be ideal for a foot-
ball week-end was of the type that
"The New Yorker" for some reason
calls speak-easy dresses, they are also
referred to as the five o'clock tea
dress so you can still be a prohibi-
tionist and wear them. This one in
particular was made of black shiny
satin, very tailored, looking like a
suit with its slim well fitted jacket.
But in a flash, with the jacket off, it
is dressy enough for any informal
occasion, having a white satin top
cut high and straight at the neck
in front and low in the back.
Any silk dress that can serve for
afternoon and evening that is no
longer than some five or six inches
from the floor would be appropriate
to take along. But you'll take along
lots more than that. All the envy of
us "stay-at homes" goes with you.
were also guests at the house during
the week-end.
Among those who are going down
to the Ohio State game this week-
end are Chuck Slater, Paul Crawford,
Abe Race, and Gordon Belson from
the Alpha Rho Chi house. They will
be entertained at the Ohio chapter
at Columbus.
Several members of the Beta Theta
Pi fraternity will go down to Colum-
bus on Friday for the Ohio State
game. In this list are included Sam-
uel Mitchell, Robert Andreae, Max-
well Pribil, and Fred Ratterman.
Gahm Kinnison, '35, a transfer
from Ohio State, will go with a party
including his parents, Mr .and Mrs.
C. J. Kinnison of Birmingham,
Mich., and Miss Marian Fowler, of
Birmingham, a student at the Col-
lege of the City of Detroit. Mr. C. J.
Kinnison, Detroit newspaper writer,
is an Ohio State alumnus and the
party will be guests at the Beta The-
ta Pi house at Columbus.
The alumni entertained at the Tri-
angle house last week-end for the
Northwestern game included Sidney
De Boer, '27, Detroit; Charles War-
dell, '30, Buffalo, N. Y.; Keene Jack-
son, '32, George Weyle, '31, Dear-
born, George Forester, '32, Toledo,
Mr. Salisbury, '28, Mr. McCleeland,
'26, Burmingham, Mr. Hall, '28, and
Mr. Banborough, '25, Detroit. House
guests were Frank Miller, Chicago,
Mrs. Oliver Lawmaster, Midland,
George Harrington and Mr. Thomas
of the Cincinnati chapter. ,

Many Are Going
To Columbus
For Ohio Game,
Michigan Women To See
Varsity Play Buckeyes In
Annual Contest
Women from several houses will
journey to Columbus this week-end.
At Delta Zeta, Gale Saunders and
Helen Cook, '34, will motor to Colum-
bus, Ohio, for the Ohio State-Mich-
igan game this week-end.
Betty Clark, '33, at the Kappa
Delta house, will witness Saturday's
Mrs. A. W. Bishop, a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma will motor to
Columbus this week-end, accompa-
nied by her husband. Other mem-
bers of the sorority who will attend
the game are Pauline Brooke, '34,
and Harriet Hunt, '34.
Several women at the Pi Beta Phi
will witness the game in Colutnbus
this week-end. Among them are
Mary Fitzpatrick, '34; Ruth Camp-
bell, '34; Marion Giddings, '34. and
Ruth Bosse, '35.
Edna Waugh, '33, and Jo Elizabeth
Kitchen, '35, members of Sigma Kap-
pa, will travel to Columbus thisl
week-end for the game.
Chi Omega wishes to announce the
pledging of Treasure Haley, '36, of_
Badaxe, Michigan. Members of the
active chapter were entertained at a
dinner given at the home of Presi-
dent Ruthven, by Miss Maud Hagle,
sister of Mrs. Ruthven. Attending
the Ohio State game will be Gene-
vieve Lawson, Ed., Ruth Kurtz, '34,
and Ruth Root, '35.
Alpha Gamma Delta announces
the pledging of Wilma Clizby, '32, of
Detroit, Michigan.
Members attending the Ohio State
game Saturday are: Martha Little-
ton, '34; Elizabeth Shull, '33; Char-
lotte Anderson, '35; and Ethel Olsen,
134. They areI'to be driven to Colum-
bus by Professor and Mrs. Franklin
D. Shull.
Delta Gamma wishes to announce
the pledging of Miss Virginia Otis,

IOttit ) w TRo Be Heard
At First Catholic Mixer
C tholic students and their guests
will attend the first general mixer of
the year on Saturday, October 15, in
t h e basement auditorium o f St.
Mary's Chapel. Guests will be able
to hear the Ohio State-Michigan
gam, broadcast over a radio provided
for that purpose. Dancing will begin
at 3:00 p. m. but students are invited
to come early so that they will not
miss the first of the game.
This mixer, which is the first of a
series to be held this year as usual,
will be under the direction of the
Newman Club. These officers will act
as hosts and hostesses for the affair:
Louis Columbo, '35L, president; El-
eanor Blum, '35, vice-president; Vir-
ginia Koch, '34M, secretary; Jack
Kirby, '34E, treasurer.
Assisting in the affair is the stu-
dent advisory board, Mary Paul, '35,
Charles Miltner, '34L, Walter Allen,
'33, Joe Renihan, '35, Dave Murray,
'V, of Farming ton, Mich. Miss Eliza-
beth Eaglesfield, '35; Miss Parish
Riker, '33; Miss Marjorie Arnold, '34;
and Miss Katherine Heeson, '33, are
to attend the Ohio State game at
Columbus on Saturday.
Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Miss Betty
Ferster, '36, of Cleveland, Ohio.
Members expecting to attend the
Ohio game at Columbus Saturday
are: Miss Miriam Cary, '32, and Miss
Elizabeth Pascoe, '34.
Miss Florence Travis, '35, will at-
tend the Olio State game at Colum-

Program Adopted
For Ensuing Year
By Eta Sigma Phi
Alpha Eta, Michigan chapter of Eta
Sigma Phi, national honorary classi-
cal society, held its initial meeting
Wednesday to discuss plans for the
coming year.
Eta Sigma Phi not only aims to
honor those students who have earn-
ed a high recordi in the classical
studies, but also proposes to promote
a greater appreciation of classical
culture through the country.
This year the Michigan chapter
plans to interest high school students
throughout the state in the classics.
The Eta Sigma Phi medal for high
school honor students is one means
by which this interest is fostered,
Lester Houck, '33, treasurer of Al-
pha Eta, was recently made associate
editor of the Nuntius, national jour-
nal of Eta Sigma Phi.
Mosher Hall Entertains
Jordan Residents At Tea
Residents of Jordan Hall were en-
tertained at a tea, in Mosher hall 4
until 5:30 yesterday. Those in charge
of the tea were Miss Ruth Gilliam
and Miss Aharis Kessin.
Decorations for the tea were clev-
erly conceived bouquets of autumn
flowers, french marigolds, asters and
dahlias from the Mosher-Jordan gar-
dens. Mrs. DeWitt Parker and Mrs.
Arthur Aiton poured.
Throughout the year the two halls
will entertain each other frequently
at similar teas.

, f
' f
-. I
o ;....
j ...+. '
"+ 'r
r ;
' r ' , iiS .

EIat Idjolwutown-
F Rd esi Food at
Rediec Piee


65C - 75

.4i 9.-


106 South Main

Phone 5515



- _



Leads In Sales of Musi-
calI nstruments
At a time when there is too little work
for other fine musicians, Piano Accordion
Players, even mediocre, are in big demand.
The field is the least crowded. . . Knowl-
edge acquired from the study of any other
musical instrument is applicable to the
piano accordion. Piano players can learn
to play this instrument in a few weeks.
RENT AN ACCORDION, Only $1 per week
Rental applies towards purchase price.
Studio: Sales, Repairs, Terms.
JOHN FRABUTT, Instructor,
Ann Arbor Branch
WJR - 5 Years -Buckeye Boys
Accordion Clu
706 East University -- Open Evenings

Cleveland Branch
Wurlitzer Accordions
$5 Down $5 Monthly

/ l j/)\ 6ta

Universal Accordions
Made in Detroit


+--- i
k... .m.....,.....v_®. ._._...__..®,m _ __ _

Flowers Carry

Good Cheer



\I°J.10lls ...

They beautify the sick-room and aid in the patient's
recovery .. They make the home cheerful. .Your
table is not complete without them . . They cheer
the depressed and bereaved . . What is more appro-
priate for the anniversary?
The Un vers y Flower Shop

Every Stitch made by H and, with eautiful Hand E mbroidery

These new modes ... in popular
suede and kid combinations .. .
black or brown ... should be your
:First Step to Fall Chic. You'll

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan