THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Designers Hit Above Beit-
For Main Center of I
Many Alumni And Parents
Entertained At Chapter
Houses For Week-End
ALPHA CHI SIGMA
Dr. Mervin Rogers of Cbcago, Ill.,
lr. Fred DeWitt, and Mr. Harold
lork of Detroit, were guests of the
fraternity for the Illinois game.
ALPHA SIGMA Pin
Many guests returned to the Alpha
Sigma Phi fraternity over the week-
end of the Illinois game. Among them
were Mr. and Mrs. William Lowly.
'30, of Chicago, Illinois; Frank We-
ber, '31, of Trdy, New York; Don
Dunham, '2, of Detroit; David Glass,
'24, of New York city; Mr. and Mrs
Synder of Philadelphia, Penn.; Mr.
and Mrs. MWood, of Detroit; Ted
Fordhan, '24, of Lexington, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs F. S. Cook of Lo-
raine, Ohio; Chris Wagner of De-
troit; Ted Wuerful, of Syria; A. R.
Roberts, '25, of Detroit; and Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Blank, of Loraine, Ohio.
The house is planning a dance to
be held after the Princeton game this
Among those present as guests over,
the week-end of the Illinois game at
the Phi Kappa fraternity were: Mr.
Jerry Harrington, Mr. Clark Trot-
ter, Mr. William Murphy, Dr. J. S.;
Wilson, Dr. G. M. Lesley, Dr. R.,
Jackson, Mr. Charles Dickson, Sr.,
Mr. Jack Lipcomb, Mr. Steve Gil-
lespie and Mr. Pat O'Toole, all of
Detroit, also Mr. Robert Kohler of
Alpha °Onega entertained last
week-end Dr. Nathan Galin and fam-
ily, Dr. S. Schwartz, Miss Goldy Gel-
dy, Mr. Samuel Miller, and Mr. Char-
lup of Detroit, also Mr. N. Tarder of 3
Buffalo, New York.
Chi Psi fraternity entertained last
week end James Duffy, Bay City;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crow, Elkhart,
mId.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Snyder, West
Virginia; R. M~een, '14, Detroit;
dward Westover, '26, Bay City; Mr.
and Mrs. William Belknap and Mr.
end Mrs. A. Degener, Detroit.
lHI BETA PI
Among the guests at the Phi Beta
Pi house last week-end were Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gonczy of Ann 4ri>r'
and Ray Corbet's mother, father, sis-
ter, and brother-in-law from Chey-
Chi Phi fraternity entertained the
following guests last week-end:
Charles rr, '31, Pittsburgh; Wil-l
lam H. Pendell, '32, Sagia; Harry
S. Kinney, '32, Birmingham, Mich.;I
Russel Mathews, Huntington Woods,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slaton, .'32,e
'i'oledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
rouse, '31, Lansing; Mr. and Mrs.
1.J. Spence, '9, Saginaw; Walter'
Truetner, '24, Detroit; Reenah Tyler,
Bay City; Patricia Ronan, highland
Park; Carl Shadselter, '23, Detroit. ;
PHI KAPPA SIGMA-
Among the guests at the Phi Kap-
pa Sigma fraternity this last'weel-
e nd were Rhoda Preis , Baneen 'ig-
ion, William White, William Wright,
Bud Daly, George Wolfe, "34, and
Robert Chambers from Buffalo; Har-
old Knapp, Toledo; Edward Stark'
The fraterjUty is makig the
princetoni game the homeeonming for
Among the guests at the Delta Chi
fraternity house were Don Swan, '32,
Detroit and Mr. J. French, an alum-
nus from the Illinois chapter.
Guests of Sigma Chi for the week-
end were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hoffer,
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Icerman, Mr.L
E. Kennedy, Mr. Dun Kennedy, Mr.
John Kennedy, all of Muncie, In-
diana; Miss Mary Eli'abeth William s,
of Urbana, Illinois, and W. J. Settle-
mire, '33, and W. C. Nicol, '33, both
Kappa Kappas from Urbana; Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie R. Bain, and. Miss
Bunty Bain, from Gary, Ind.; Mr. H.
W. Mason, Thurlow Coon, '03, and1
M/iss Betty Price of Detroit; Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Corbett, and Miss Ruth
Corbett from Jackson; William
Gentz, '32, of Grand Rapids; Mr. and
Mrs. I. E. Woodard, Mr. Bert Kelly,
1Mr. J. M. Pearson, and We'ndell Shul-
lenberger, '32, all of Indianapolis;
Mrs. E. B. Bevan of Lorain, Ohio;
l\/iss Mildred Bell of Ann Arbor; and
Sororities Will Entertain At
Pledge Teas, Rushino Dinners
Decorations for the pledge tea to
be given Friday, Oct.. 28, are to be
yellow babydchrysanthemums and
yellow tapers. A hard times party is
planned for Saturday, Nov. 5.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Patronesses and Ann Arbor moth-
ers were entertained at dinner Mon-
day night. The guests were Mrs. R.
W. Bunting, Mrs. Paul Buckley, Mrs.
William Inglis and Mrs. L. L. Grif-
fiths. Yellow and orchid baby mums
were used as table decorations.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Phyllis Reynolds, '32, Frances B)-
ten, 31, and Janice Gillette, '32, rc-
turned to Alpha Chi Omega for the
week end. Other week end guests
were Alice Ditzler, Virginia Trent,
and Betty Hilton of Illinois; Dorothy
Oostdyk, who was the guest of her
sister Margery, Virginia Langley and
Lois Wima of Detroit, and Ann Bro-
kay, also of Detroit, who was the
guest of Constance Beery,
Alpha Chi Omega will give a rush-
ing dinner Thursday night at which
the tables will be attractively deco-
rated with yellow roses and green
ALPHA DELTA II
Fall flowers and yellow tapers dec-
orated the tables at the rushing din-
ner given by Alpha Delta Pi last
At the dinner to be given tonight
a backwoods motif will be carried
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Yellow and white chrysanthemums
and white tapers will distinguish the
rushing dinner to be given by Alpha
Gamma Delta this week end.
CHI OMEGA .
Pumpkin center pieces wil deco-
rate the tables at the 'ushing party
to be given tonight. Chi Omega
wishes to announce the pledging of
Miss Jane Arnold, '36, of Santa Bar-
ALRIA XI DELTA
Orange and black candles and
place cards will carry out the hal-
loween motif at the rushing dirmer
to be given tonight at the Alpha Xi
Delta sorority. The pledge tea will
take place tomorrow afternoon.
Delta Gamma entertained many
alumnae as well as guests and par-
ents of the members last week end.
Among them were Gertrude Smith,
'30, of Detroit; Elizabeth Gould, '26,
of Toledo. Hettie Seymons was a
week end visitor from the Illinois
chapter of the sorority, and June
Brandt of Detroit, was a guest of an
alumna. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mor-
gan of Detroit are also guests. Faith
Ralph, '33, was hostess to her father,
who came from Oak Park, Illinois, to
witness Saturday's game.
A dinner was hed in honor of the
!visitors, Sunday rnoon.
A rushing tea was held at Delta
Gamma on Sunday. A pledge tea will
be held today and on the afternoon
of Oct. 29, the chapter will entertain
at a home-coming tea.
The members of Dclta Zeta held a
Founder's Day cclebration Monday
night at. dinnery .
Kappa Delta sorority is entertain-
lg at a rushing diiner to be held to-
day. Decorations will be white button
chrysanthemums and white tapers.
Series Of Teas
Will Beo1in At
Martha Cook T Sponsor
First Tea; June Warsaw
To Entertain With Magic
Billards Off ere
R o o m Of League
Billiards, which have i ieietofore
Uccn .open 'only lto) the in of 'the
pu aynw ye plyd by wom-
en in the game room of the League.
Mr. Williamson, who instructs the
nien at the Union, wil be at the
League Thursday at 2 o'clock to
Yellow roses and tapers will be
used at the pledge tea Thursday. Mrs.
Anna Dillingham, house chaperone
will pour. An alumna attending the
tea will be Margaret Hunt, '33.
Guests entertained at the house
last week end were: Grace Prentiss
of Detroit, Harriet Wedig of St. Louis,
Missouri, Betty Peltier of Detroit,
Jean Scott of R este Michigan,
and Dorothiy De niler of Detroit. Re-
turning aumnIi;. were Elizabeth
Mackintosh, '26, of Kokomo, Indiana,
and Dorothy Felske, '32; of Detroit.
Grace Prentiss of Detroit, Dorothy
Felske, Detroit, Helen Cheever, '31,
Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Wilson, and Sally
Ensminnger, '32, of Detroit are ex-
pected at the pledge formal Friday
night, Oct. 28.
PI BETA Pll
Pi Beta Phi entertained with a tea,
pledges of campus sororities, yester-
day afternoon. Mary Fitzpatrick, 34,
Doris Gimmy, '35, and Mary Lou
Cummings, '35, were in charge of the
tea. The house was decorated with.
silver bowls filled with yellow button
Among the alumnae returning to
the Sigma Kappa house last week-
end were Mrs. Howard Van Fleet,
'29, of Detroit; Mrs. Harwood Run-
dell, '31, of Detroit; and Miss Mad-
eline Cline of Jackson.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
At the Zeta Tau Alpha house last
week end, house guests were Mrs. R.
E. Stedman, '26, of Pittsburgh; Car-
oline Kelly, '28, of Toledo; and Emily
Grimes, '31, of Detroit.
MissA ic Llyd, eanof Wmenteach any women who are interested.
Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean of Women, Those interested should call 8426.
Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, social di- A ping-pong tournament, open to
rector of Martha Cook dormitory, men and women, will be held in the
Miss Sarah Rowe, and Doctor Mar- near future and ll(11Tics are asked
garet Bell, will be patronesses for the near fut re l trdae as
fist of this year's series of League tournament wi bfoeist of mixed
teas, for all women on campus, to be touraent will 'onsis
held from 4 to 6 p. m. Friday in the doubles and and otmern's"igrgd
ballroom of the League building. to use the game room which is to-
Residents of Martha Cook arc cated on the second floor of the
sponsoring the affair. Elizabeth Ber- League and which may be used for
gener, '34, is general chairman of the checkers, chess, and bridge as well as
affair. Members of the Reception billiards and ping-pong.
committee are: Margaret Mergen,
'33, Barbara Jenkins, '33, Dorothy
Davis, '33, Louise Peterson, '33, Mad- ('.i t I e ker
cline Meloche, '33, Dorothy Ford, '34.'
The floor committee includes: Mil-
dred Creswell, '33, Edith Carlin, '33, ' a ks 0 01 e
Katherine Wright, '33, Elizabeth An- alk- Bef ore
drews, '34, Normxa HRicks, '33, Mar- ~(I.
re J '33, Helen Winkworth, C
'34, Jane Beckett, '33, Virginia Mur-
phey, '33, Mary Wood, '34, Salley Professor L. R. Schoenmnann of the
Lewis, '33, Ardith Thompson, '34, State Conservation Department at
Marion Randall, '34. I Lansing was guest speaker at the
Also helping on the affair is a gen- weekly meeting of the Ann Arbor
eral committee: Milsa Saliva, '34, Women's Club, held at 2:30 p. m.
Jean Sehler, '33, Margaret Wellwood, yesterday in the League building. His
'34, Katherine Bidewel, 533. subject was "The Forest, a Gift of
Entertainment for this tea is pro- God." Professor William D. Hender-
vided by June Warsaw, '33, who will son, director of the University Ex-
do several tricks of magic, and am- tension Department also spoke, ex-
ateur fortune-tellers, Helen Camp- plaining the proposed amendments to
bell, '33, Olive Randall, '33, Jean Wil- the state constitution which are to be
lison, '33, Lucille Marcenkowsca, '33, voted upon at the next election.
Jean Crawford, '33, Margery John- The Ann Arbor organization is
ston, '33. sending two delegates, Mrs. F. C. Ca-
' _____how-and Miss Lucy Chapin to'the an-
nual convention of the State Federa-
Dormitories H01(1 tion of Women's Clubs which this
year is being held from Tuesday to
Initiation For New Saturday at the Book-Cadillac hotel
- in Detroit.
Memiers Siiday Mrs. Maude Thompson, chaperone
of Theta Phi Alpha sorority, presi-
Alumnae House held a formal in- dent of the Women's club, goes over
itiation of its new members last Sun- to Detroit Thursday to attend the
By CAROL J. HANAN
Designers are hitting above the
belt for the main point of interest
in clothes this season. Sleeves, and
collars, little jackets, capes and belts
are emphasized by whimsical touches
and exquisite detail.
Sleeves are especially interesting.
One black informal gown has sleeves
of the flowing dolmantype. Both
sleeves andthe high collar are of
gold lame faintly threading through
the black. Another couturier achiev-
ed originality in a black velvet din-
ner frock in which the whole top of
the dress is formed into a deep v-
line front and back by a many pleat-
ed ruffle of the same black velvet. In
order to give the ruffle a crisp ap-
pcarance, it was lined with yellow
taffeta that made it stand out and
gave just a hint of color as you
All kinds of collars - are being in-
troduced this season from little bib-
like affairs to big berthas that reach
to the shoulders. One demure little
neck-piece of pebbly white crepe was
made of a series of narrow ruffles,
finely pleated. It was shown on a
frock of heavy brown crepe.
Another demure note was intro-
dueed in a black dinner frock that
had a guimpe of white batiste that
Martha Cook Entertains
At MusicaI For Giests
Martha Cook entertained for the
guests of the dormitory, Sunday with
a musical. Albert Fillmore, '35M, giv-
ing a group of numbers in the Blue
Room after dinner. Virginia Mur-
phey, '33, was chairman of the'af-
Week-end guests included Mrs.
Beckett, guest of Jane Beckett, '33,
Esther Blackington, guest of Mary
Wood, '34, Miss Corrie, guest of Mar-
garet Wellewood, '34, Gertrude Deer,
and Dorothy Lawske guests of Wini-
fred Clarke, '34, Pauline Harmon,
guest of Mildred Harmon, '33, Grace
Johnstbn guest of Jean Johnston, '33,
Grace' Schulv guest of Lucille Mar-
-cinkowska, '33, Mrs. Walter, guest of
Helen Walter, '33.
Hamilton banquet, the outstanding
social event of the convention and to
respond to a toast.
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popular and are worn with effect
over untrimmed suits, coats or wool
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are enchanting. One affair that we
can only hope to gaze at, like the
proverbial cat and king, was made of
white ermine with bands of kolinsky
set on diagonally.
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day, Oct. 23. Attending the initiation
were several former residents as well
as the members of the board. This
Friday members and friends of Alum-
nae House will be entertained at a
Last Sunday afternoon the new
members of Adelia Cheever were in-
iated at a fornal tea. The women of
this house also wish to announce a
formal dance to be held this Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Thomas of Sag
Triangle, Junior Honorary Engi-
neering fraternity, held its elections
Monday, Oct. 24. The officers elected
were Richard Mc1Vanus, President;
Harry Tillson, Secretary; and James
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