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Cabaret Head Additional Week-End Guests
.Announces List Are Announced By Fraternit



i1 omm1tees
Sophomores To Use Ship

Theme For Decoration
li Entertainment
Members of the Sophomore Cab-
aret committees were announced yes-
terday by Hilda Kirby, general chair-
The girls selected are as follows:
entertainment committee, Harriet
Earle, chairman, Betty Wunsch, Win-
nie Pike, Beatrice Devine, Betty
Hoppin, Nan Diebel, Betty Little, and
Jaqueline Sneel. The costumes com-
mittee is composed of Mary Stir-
ling, chairman, Molly Temple, Mary
Janice, and Margaret Grant. Ann
Mitchell, chairman, Louise Crouse,
Kay Leopole, Roxanne Neal, and
Mary Morrisson make up the music
For the finance committee, ap-
pointments have been made by Mary
O'Brien, chairman, as follows: Marie
Murphy, Suzanne Mahler, Helen
MacDonald, Ann Osborne, Barbara
Gene Owens, Marie Metzger, and
Elizabeth Canto. Working on the
publicity of the Cabaret will be Bar-
bara Bates, chairman, assisted by
Dorothy Hall, Betty Talcott, and.
Mary Lou Cuminings.
The hostess committee is in charge
of Virginia Roberts. She will be
helped by Betty Aigler, Alice Mor-
gan; Marie Abbot, and Helen Rosen-
berg, Moinbers of the food commit-
tee are: Margaret Le Mere, Estelle
Standish, Betty Spray, Jane Bassett,
and Mary Spencer. The decoration
committee is composed of Mary
Sabin, chairman, Ruth Bosse, Helen
Woodward, Mary Hutchinson, Max-
ine Marynard, Ruth Root, Georgina
Carlson, Martha Newhart, and Lor-
etta Martinek.
The central committee has decided'
that the decorations and entertain-
*ment of the Cabaret will have a ship
as the general theme. Appropriate
costuming, dances, and suitable
music are being arranged for by the
entertainment, costumes, and dec-
orating committees.
Russel Collins Is.
Eleeted President
Of Graduate Club
Russell Collins, Grad., has been
elected president of the graduate
luncheon club, which meets every
Tuesday at 12:15 o'clock in the Rus-
sian tea room of the League. All
those interected in the club may
reach Mr. Collins at 212 South Divi-

Additional alumni who were guests
of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity last
week-end are Mr. and Mrs. Schulz,
of Grand Rapids; Ed. J. Hartwig, of
Detroit, and Paul M. Ninsell, of De-
Guests of Delta Upsilon for the
week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Fred L.
Black, Robert Siewart, Paul Jerome,
and Robert Yerbes, all of Detroit;
Johnson H. Dill of Middletown, N. Y.;
Miss Marchessa Woocester of St.
Louis, Mo.; Miss Jane N. Ahan of
Port Huron; Ferdinand Ranson, of
Cleveland; Rex R. Rose, E. F. Ever-
hard, Gayard Safer, James Safer and
J. Beakes Dickerson.
Guests over the week-end of the
Illinois game included Miss Jane
Mitchell of Redfern, Miss Lorraine
Dandoy of Flint and St. Louis, Miss
Janet O'Neil of Buffalo, New York,
Mr. O. C. Funderburk of Boston,
Mass., Mr. A. Ford Dickerson, travel-
ing secretary of the fraternity, and
Mr. Charles Grace '28, former mem-
ber of the Michigan hockey team.
Alumni of Tau Delta Phi who were
in Ann Arbor for the game last
week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Kretske
and Dr. and Mrs. Sacks, of Chicago;
Mr, and Mrs. Elki of Mount Clem-
ens, and Mr. Herbert; Eiges of D c
Mlany parents and active members
also witnessed the game, Among
them were Mr. and Mrs. G. Bremen
of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Kreuger of
Mic igan City, and Mrs. Mat Cohen,
of NOrw 'York.
Among the guests at the Triangle'
dance last Saturday were Eleanor
Poncenburg, Buffalo, N. Y., Eleanor
Palmer, Jackson; Dorothy Seens, De-
troit; Jane Roseman, Jackson; Myr-
tle Monroe, Romeo; Mary Griffith,.
Lansing; Frank Miller, Chicago, and
George Wolf, Buffalo, N. Y. Alumni
who returned for the dance were
Charles Young, '31, Buffalo, N. Y,
Mathew Haddon, '31, Buffalo, N. Y.,
Henry Purcell, Detroit, George Weyl,
Dearborn, Charles Wardell '30, Ken-a
more, Michael Orr, Ann Arbor, Mr.
McClelland '28, and King Jackson,
Ann Arbor.
Theta Xi fraternity featured al
,andlelight supper dance Sunday
night which proved very popular.
Among the women who attended
vere Gladys Diehl '33, Ruth Hess '36,
Florence Harper '36, Mary McCarthy
'34, Adelaide Crowell '36, Jean Shaw,
Mary Monks '34, Mary Louise Elspas
'33, Edith Searle '36, Becky Olsen '36,

Marguerite Gayton '33, Marion Hec-
athorne '35, Rebecca Pruet '33, Reta
Peterson '36,. Ernestine Grindal '35,
Dorothy Wilson '36, Dorothy Mar-
shall '34, and Sally Place '34.
The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Mathes of Ann Arbor and
Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Ross of Detroit.
The members of the fraternity
wish to announce the pledging of
Tunis Calbourn Ross '36, of Detroit,
and Robert Thorne '35, of Bay City,
on Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gage and Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Rosenthal of De-
troit, Miss Bob Deutch of Grand
Rapids, Mr. Henry Masen of Flint
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shelt of
Cincinnati were guests of the Zeta
Beta Tau house last week-end.

Sorority Will Be
Presen ed CpA
B nquetMonday
Pi Beta Phi will again carry away
the scholarship honors for the sor-
orities at the Panhellenic banquet
n1ext Monday, according to Lenore
Snyder '33, general chairman of the
This is the fourth consecutive year
that the sorority has led in scholar-
ship. Last year it won permanent
possession of the cup and a new one i
will be presented to it at the ban-
quet. Kappa Delta is the second on
the scholarship list.
All sororities will sit in order of
the scholarship record which they
have maintained during the past
year, Following the custom of pre-
vious years each sorority is to be
prepared to sing one of its own songs.'
Miss Snyder also asks that all the
women rise when the guests of the
evening enter.
tieleiD New erry Holds
Initiation Cereinonies
Helen Newberry residence held its
annual initiation for the new girls in
the dormitory last Friday night. The
Board of Governors was present for
the ceremony. The Board includes
Mrs. Henry B. Joy, Mrs. Alexis C.'
Angell, Miss Claire Sanders, all of
Detroit, Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Henry
W. Douglas and Mrs. Archibald Diack
of Ann Arbor.
Following dinner Helep Travis, '33,
house president, introduced Miss

Sororities Hold
Pledge Teas And,
Rushing Dinners
Gamma Phi Beta gave a rushing
dinner last night for a few guests.
Decorations were yellow and blue in
honor of the football season, the ta-
pers being canary colored.. Baskets
of fall flowers made the tables at-
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained six
guests at a rushing dinner Wednes-
day night. Roses and pink tapers
made the table attractive.
Mrs. Robert F. Wild of Indian-
apolis, and province vice-president,
was a guest of Pi Beta Phi Wednes-
day. The sorority entertained the
Alumnae club at dinner Wednesday
night in her honor.
Mrs. Palmer Christian, Mrs. Homer
Heath, and ivrfrs. Charles Jamnison of
Ann Arbor poured at the pledge tea
held Tuesday for the pleasure of the
new sorority 1,wmen in the chapter
houses on campus. Baby mums and
yellow tapers adorned the tea table.
After the game Saturday, the so-
rority will hold open house. Tea
dancing wil be featured.
Sigma Kappa entertained six
guests at a rushing dinner Tuesday
night. Decorations for the table were
carried out in lavender and silver. A
bunch of violets in. a silver bowl
formed the centerpiece, flanked by
lavender tapers in silver candlesticks.
The placecards were also in silver.
Thursday night the sorority will
[honor six more rushees at dinner.
The football motif will be used in the
decoraitive scheme.
Mrs. Allen F. Sherzer and Mrs.
George J. Moe, patronesses, were
guests of honor at Theta Phi Alpha
rushing dinner Wednesday. Decora-
tions in orange and red reflected the
autumn motif. Margaret D. Phalan,
'35, was in charge of the affair.
Lloyd who gave a talk on the his-
tory of the dormitory. The initiation
of the new girls took place following
the address.

Barlsour scholars To He
rnnorcd At Tea Today
A tea honoring the Barbour Schol-
ars will be given today at the League
from 4:30 to 6 p. m. Mrs. A. G. Ruth-
ven, Mis. Junius E. Beal, Mrs. G. Carl
Huber, and Regent Esther M. Cram
will pour. The guests will includet
Mrs. Johi R. Eflinger, Mrs. James B.
Edmonson, Mrs. Emil Lorch. Mrs.
Frederick G. Novy, Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Mrs. W. C. Rufus, Mrs. G.
W. Patterson, Mrs. Frederick B. Fish-
er, Mrs. Henry Carter Adams, Mrs. J.
R. Hayden, Mrs. Charles F. Remer,
and Mrs. A. H. White.
Others present will be Mrs. Fred-
erick B. Jordan, Mrs. H. B. Earhart,
Miss Fandira Crocker, Mrs. H. B.
Merrick, Mrs. A. H. Lloyd, Mrs. John
Stevenson, Mrs. Florence Tousey,
Mrs. Leona Diekema, Mrs. Olga
Schule, Miss Inez Bozorth, Mrs. Mary
Buffington, Miss Isabelle Dudley, Miss
Edith Barnard, Miss Margaret Smith,
Miss Alice Crocker. Dr. Margaret
Bell, and Dr. Emmeth Schutz.
Mrs. Beryl Fox Bacher, Miss Jean-
ette Perry, Miss Ethyl McCormick,
Miss Ellen Stevenson, and Miss Doro-
thy Ogborn will also assist.
The new Barbour scholars for this
year are Yuen-so Chan, Maria Ka-
law, Hsi-Chen Liu, M. R. Nadkarni,
and Blanche Ching-Yi Wu. Various

Bat" zue)-ers' Of
Drive U set By
Athletic Group
Progress of the membership drive
now being held by the Women's Ath-
letic Association will be shown on
charts representing barometers, one
to be placed in Barbour gym-nasium,
and another in Palmer Field House,
it has been announced by the organi-
An invitation is extended to all
past members, new members, and any
women interested in the Women's
Athletic Association to an Open
House, on Nov. 5. from 3 to 5:30 p.
An attractive social, as well asa th-
letic program has been arranged for
this year, and information regarding
countries are represented by the
scholars, including the Philippine Is-
lands, Japan, China, India, Syria,
Turkey, Korea, and Bulgaria.

109-111 E.


Custom Made .

events and requirements for men
bership in tEl organization is be
given to the physical educati1
classes by Jean Botsford, '33, Jet
Porter, '34, Billy Griffiths, '35, am
Margaret Martindale, '34.
Meinbership dues, adolh r for t
year, are being paid either at r
W. A. A. office in the League, or
Margaret Martindale. Fees will al
be accepted at the open house. I
committee in charge of the mnembie
ship campaign includes Margar
Martindale. Jean Berridge, '3
Martha Neuhardt, '35, and Jed
Botsford, '33, president of the Wo.
en's Athletic Association.
In an experimental test an acre
growth in Tulare County, Calif., pr
duced a ton of peanuts and 3,0
pounds of hay.
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