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650 Sor orit y
Women Attend.
Annual Dinner
Evelyn Neilson Presides;
Pi Beta Phi Wins Award
For Scholarship
Pi Beta Phi received the scholar-
ship award, which this year was the
guest gift of the staff of the dean
of women, at the annual Panhellenic
banquet, held last night in the main
ballroom of the League. .
Dean Alice Lloyd made the presen-
tation; it was accepted by Helen
Spencer, '33, president of Pi Beta Phi.
The award was a book, "Six Centur-
ies of Painting" by Randall Davis.
Miss Lloyd stressed the fact that
the sororities have a new purpose to
fulfill that of upholding the finest
scholastic standards, the best stu-
dent government, and the most dig-
nified social life. She went on to em-
phasize the faith that she has in the
future and the pride that she felt
in the past.
Ira M. Smith, registrar, in his wel-
come to the sorority group, laid spe-
cial emphasis on the importance of
the Freshmen in carrying on tradi-
tions. He congratulated Pi Beta Phi
on their high scholastic average of
ganization for their generaleaverage
83.2, and the entire Panhellenic or-
which exceeded the fraternity aver
age by 4.5. For the past eighteen
years sororities have maintained a
higher standard than the fraterni-
Professor Louis A. Strauss, of the
English department, also spoke of
the sororities, great -powers for the
goad of the univeisity, and-asked that,
they continue to stand for the high-
est ideals of scholarship and friend-
ship. -Dr. Margaret Bell in her ad-
dress, spoke df the need for health
in sorority and university life in gen-
Evelyn Neilson, '33, president of
Panhellenic, presided.
New, Seon&.-anL Rebilt,
Sni%1mCorona, Noieless,
woo Royal, ing ton
4 S. State St.Arn Arbor,

First IV man Entvoy

Cub President
Is Honored At'
Functions Here
MIr. Grace Morrison Poole of Bos-
ton, president of the General Feder-
ation of Women's Clubs, was enter-,
taid ed by Mrs. Thomas Reed at an
informal buffet supper Sunday at the
Among the guests were Mrs. Maude
Hagle, president of A.A.U.W who
pourfed, Mrs. L. H. Oliphant who is
entertaining Mrs. Poole during her
stay in Ann Arbor, Miss Sara Whe-
don, Professor and Mrs. Thomas H.
Reed, Mrs. Gerritt Diekema, Mrs.
George Caron, Mrs. Maude Thonp-
son, Professor and Mrs. Ferdinand
N. Menefee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas'Peatt
of Dexter, Mrs. Grace Fraker.
Mrs. Poole who is on a visit of the
clubs which are members of the gen-
eral federation, gave a talk on the
work of the national organization
of clubs, and told of a friendship tour
she will take abroad next summer.
A massed band of 1,000 pieces, rep-
resenting 17 high schools, played a.
concert at the University of Iowa
during the state music festival.

(Associated Press Photo)
In the absence of John Motley
Morehead, Frances Willis, of Califor-
nia, is acting as United States min-
ister at Stockholm. This is the first
tinte in history that a woman has
held such an important post in the
United States foreign service.

Dinners Are Outstanding Events
On Campus Social Calendar

Autumn Parties
Unique For New,
Color Schemes
Clever Neeklines, High
Waists, Are Features Of
Dresses Seen At Dances
Fraternity parties went formal in
a big way this last week-end. The
Delta Upsilon dance Friday night ap-
peared to be a howling success, both
from the standpoint of good music
and the good looking formal dresses
of the. feminine element.
Mack is Popular
One toll stately blonde was dressed
in a black formal of all black sequins,
with narrow straps that crossed in
the back. She cleverly chose acces-
sories that in no way relieved the
gleaming blqck of her gown, simply
wearing long black jet earings that
almost reached the shoulder, and
black slippers. Heavy lace also seem-
ed quite popular. One model of pale
blue was trimmed with a gold metal'
belt, while a lovely rosy beige had a
short cape bordered with kolinsky.
The Theta Delta Chi Friday night
was distinguished by some very beau-
tiful gowns. One in partcular of gold
satin had a most unusual treatment
of the bodice and shoulder. Wide
bands of shirred gold satin were
crossed in front and in back to form
two V's that covered the shoulders.
The skirt was a lovely uninterrupted
flow to the floor. An antique neck-
lace of gold and pearl and gold sand-
als were her only accessories. An-
other lovely frock was of white velvet
trimiined with bright red velvet that
foried straps which crossed in the
back and ended in two red flowers.
"An unusual model of black velvet had
a rose metallic top that was made
titxedo fashion with large rhinestone
Pink Much Used
Phi Gamma Delta's party was far
fron o udone in the line of fashion.
'One 'lov ely- pink 'crepe was cleverly
triguied with blue 'ciepe gardenias
which bordcred the bodice in front
and in back with 'a row straight
across the top of ftheadecollete in
back. A black velvet 'was .set off to
advantage by a wide border of pink
velvet trintitiing, while two g1di
clasps at the belt and shoulder were
the only decrations of a simple and
severe wine colored velvet.
A lovely pink satin was seen at the
Sigma Phi house Saturday night. A
wide blue satin sash encircled the
very high waist line twice and fasten-
ed with two rhinestone buttons. A
white lace frock had 'a small monk's
cape that was bordered with a iar-
row row of black fur.

Speaks At Banquet

A dthher for the presidents of all
organized houses will be held tonight
at 6 o'clock at the League. Mrs. Myra
Jordan will the guest of honor, and
Miss Lloyd will preside.
Michigan mums and blue tapers
will decorate the tables at the guest
dinner to be given by Alpha Delta
Pi tonight.
Wednesday night a rushing dinner
is to be given at the Chi oinega sor-
ority. The tables will be decorated
with fall flowers and harmonizirg
tapers. At the pledge tea, which
will take place Thursday afternoon,
baby chrysanthemums will make the
tables attr'active.
Twelve guests are to be enter-

tained tonight at a rushing dinner
at the Alpha Omicron Pi 'house. Red
and white asters will decorate the
Kappa Alpha Theta wishes to an-
notuide the lrledging of Louise Burke,
'36, of Detroit.
The residents of Helen Newberry
entertained a number of guests over
the week-end. The guests incltided.
,Miss Margaret Mullett, Mrs. Atkens,
Mrs. Haxton, Miss Margaret Haxton,
Miss Marion Shepherd, Miss Lucy
WojtoWicz, Miss Esther Kirby, Miss
Marjorie Alexander, Miss Virginia
Cee, Miss Carolyn Garner, Miss Mc-
Carty, Miss Barbara Withey, Miss
Elatine 'Hamhilton, Mis~s Lenore Wer-
muth, Miss Jane Robinson, Miss
Peggy Metzen, and Miss Winifred
-POiitical Advertisement

Through the
.--with JoANNE

Evelyn Nielson, president of the
Pan-Hellenic Association, who presid-
ed at the annual banquet given by
that organization in the ballroom of
the Michigan League last evening. In
addition to introducing the speakers,
Miss Nielson gave a short address of
Princeton +Game
Brings Guests
To Fraternities
Hiouseparties And Dances
Held By Ch pter Houses
Puring Past Week-End
A colorful informal dance was held
at the Lawyer's club Saturday night
after 'the Princeton game.
Yellow and blue bulbs in the side
lights reflected the Michigan football
spirit. Indirect lighting rays were
thrown from the ceiling in shades of
light and deep blue. The gothic din-
ing room nwasattractively decorated
with chrysanthemums and, green
Among the women on campus no-
ticed on the dance floor were Ruth
Duhme. '34, Mary Ellen Webster, '34,
Mary Pray, '34, Carol Hankey, '34,
Virginia Roberts, '35, Helen Rosen-
berg, '35, Grace Mayer, '34, Emily
Bates, '32, Marie Metzger, '35, Char-
,line Esheman, '35.
Zelda McNaughton, '31, of Grand
Rapids was an out of town guest.
Among the women who attended
the Homecoming dance at Alpha Sig
ma Phi fraternity Saturday night
were Virginia Hart, '36, Celia Mel-
ody, '36, Charlotte Strassner, '3,
Helen Wison, '35, Joan Camp, '36,
Rth Latchaw, '34, Florine Isgegg
'33, Dorothy Johnston, '35, Gwen
Zoller, '32SM, Margaret Howes, '36,
Dorothy Hall, '35, Jane Fauver, '34,
Isabelle Birch, '36, Margaret Ackles,
'36, Valerie Rangu, 36,RebeccaI
Gregory, '36, and Katherine Koch,
Alumni who also were present are
Dale Mehring, Truesdale Meyers,
Doug Edwards, Dick Tisch, Henry
Gririell, Charles Oakman, Douglas
Hammial, John French, Walter Yea-
gley, and Dean Esling.
The decorations for the dance pro-
vided a Hallowe'en atiosphere. Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Howard McCluskey
were Ethe chap rones.
Kappa Delta Rho's homecoining
dance attracted more than fifty
couples to the chapter house. Among
the guests were Dorothy Ford, '34,
Betty Synder, '33, Margaret Neuhaus,
'35, Rita Morden, '35, Dorothy Leake,
'35, Helen Probeck, '34, Frances Car-
ney, '36, Dorothy Batchelor, '34, Hel-
en Bernthal, '34, Ruth Root, '35, Ma-
rian Foley, '35, Jeanne Reed, '33.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Ruth Miller, Ruth Gallmeyer,
and Eniz Holben, of Grand Rapids;
Ethel Mae Haskins and Harriet Wil-
cox of Lansing; Grace Galloway, Lu-
cille Boynton, and Genevieve Odell
of Pontiac; Mary Helen Tyre and
Ruth Otto, of Detroit; Adelaide Ever-
ett of Kalamazoo; Mich.; Dorothy
Mason of Toledo, Ohio.
Other guests of the fraternity were
Bernadette Cogan, Milded Sweet,

Vivian siity,. Ava #1oimberg, and
LaVerne Schlict.t
Among the guests at the Kappa
Nu tea dance last Saturday were Te--l
rese Neuwahl, '34, Odessa Cohen, '34,
Jane Neumark, '34, Sally Leavitt, '35,1
Florence Travis, '35, Rowena Gold-1
stein, "34, Jean 'Grosberg, '36, Jane
Gerstman, '36, Phyllis Stewart, '36,
Charlotte Rudolph, '35, Edith Lewis,,
'35, Ruth Lewis, '33, and Bernice Ka-i
vinoky, '35.
Phi Delta Epsilon held a house
party last week-end. Out-of-townI
guests were Dr. and Mrs. A. Krohn,
Dr. and Mrs. I. Bigter, Dr. S. Altshu-
lar, Dr. and Mrs. S. Levin, and Dr.
and Mrs. S. Chulak, all of Detroit;
and Drs. S. Steitnberg and M. Cooper-I
stock, of Marquette, Mich. E. Silver,
J. Sloan, B. Schiff, and M. Gutov
of the Detroit chapter, Dr. and Mrs.
Reuben L. Kahn, and Dr. I. J. Hau-
ser, of the University Hosital in
Ann Arbor were also guests.
Saturday night they held a formal
dance with Dr. and Mrs. Kahn and
Dr. and Mrs. Krohn as chaperones.
Benson's orchestra furnished the
Among the women present at a
formal dance given by Phi Delta
Theta fraternity Saturday night were
Norma'Lou Cove, '34, Margaret
Smith, '34, Ruth Kurtz, '34, Mary
Jean Pardee,'36, Pauline Wilson, '34,
Frances Manwarring, '35, Mary
Sbhaeffer, '32, Frances Heston, '35,
Mary Jean White, '34, Beatrice
Bruce, '34, Grace Mayer, '34, Harriet
White, '34, Ruth Robinson, '34, Jose-
phine Talbott, '34, Nalda Mcamley,
'34, Lillian Dietrich, '34, Billie Orif-
fiths, '34, Irene McCausey, '36, Lu-
cille Betz, '33, Jane Reed, '36, Mary
Alexander, '34, Joan Barnett, '34, and
Elizabeth Nichol, '36.
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity en-
tertained their guests and alunni
at a tea danceafter the game Satur-
day. Among the out-of-town guests
who attended were Ann Russel, and
Becky Fisher of Rochester, N. Y.;
Dorothy Laney of Grand Rapids,
Mich.; Betty Cooper, Gretchen Kan-
tor, Baibara Braeer, Mary Jane Mor-
gan, of Grosse PoIpte, Mich.; and
Betty Kline of Detroit.
Some of the women on campus
who were preehit were Elizabeth
Kantor, '36, Margaret St. John, '36,
Marjorie Oostblyk, '34, Lois Zimmer-
man, '35, Grace Bartlett, '36, Jean
Howell, '36, lary Morgan, '36, Janet
Green, '35, Faith Crittendon '36, and
Louise Cadall, '34.
Among the guests at the Delta Phi
house last week-end were Clark,
Henry, and Albert Gage, all of De-
troit, who came out for the Prince-
ton game.
Home-coming brought many alum-
ni back to the Kappa Sigma house
this week-end. Among them were Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Koch, of Cleveland;
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scliaeffer and
daughter, M's. William Bell, of Dc-
cauter, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. George
Zimmerman, of Pontiac; Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Sheldric, of Detroit; Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Hutchins, of Pon-
tiac; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Man-
chester, of Chicago; Mr. Allen Bo-
vard, of East Lansing; Mr. Bert
Roeshe, of Detroit; Mr. John Noyes,
of Battle Creek; and Mr. Murton
Bell, of Detroit.
Over the week-end of the Prince-
ton game the Pi 'Kappa Alpha fra-
ternity guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. I.
Dunlap and Mr. Norman Blaar of
Youngstown, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. G.
U. Davenport, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr.


and Mrs. O. L. Young, Mr. and I
G. N. McNamara, and John Ho
of Oak Park, Ill.; Russel C. San
son. Morris Glasgow, and Mr.
Mrs. E. T. Thayer, of Youngsti
Ohio: Mrs. W. L. Feardon. Tri
belle: and Miss Pauline Fisher, R
ford, Ill.
Guests at the Phi iu Delta fri
ilt last week-end were Bob Sch
man. '30, of Detroit; Miles Bea
'30, of Westfield, Mich.; Gil
Groehn, '31, of Detroit: Lesley Do
las, '32: and Robert and James F
Mr. and Mi's. Schoenberg, Leice
Heights, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.
cob Burrows, Detroit, were week
guests of Phi Sigma Delta frater
Guests at the Triangle house
last week-end were George Forre
of To'edo, Ohio; Beatrice, En
and George Rauss, of Buffalo, N
Eleanor 'T'homas, of Jackson, M
and Michael Owens, of Detroit.
Martha Cook Holds Fir
Informal Dance Saturn
Hallowe'en decorations feat
Martha Cook's first informal d
held Saturday. Laura 1iller, '33,
chairman of decorations, and
Perrin, '33, general chairman of
affair. Lundquist's orchestra pl
for the 70 couples who atten
Alumnae and week-end guests



Don'i let these sunny days
play tricks on your inmagi-
nation . . . We know we
sound gloomy but the per-
feet slogan for now is, "Be
Prepared". BRAND NEW
warm fleece lined galoshes
of brocaded rubber in
brown or black, with the
two snap fastening. Easily
slippedi on anid off,.....

A shampoo, fingerwave, and
manicure for $1,00 makes up the

tri-special offered this
week by The Powder-
Puff Beauty Shop No.
2, located in Observa-'
tory Lodge opposite
Mosher-Jordan. Dial
22147 early for ap-

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Those of you that take pleasure
in touching up your home or room
with hand-emibroidered pieces will
enjoy working the stamped mate-
rials ready for your handicraft at
the Women's Exchange. A beauti-
ful selection of stamped patterns
including guest and fingertip
towels, pillow slips, curtaihs, and
novelties await your choecE. 7
Nickels Arcade.
Colorful coats l u x u r i o u s l y
trimmed with fur in fashion's




Laboratwry Suppllkos

There's a dream of a plaid coat
dress that some Mic'higan girl is
going to fail for hard at Good-
year's College Shops. And she's
going to fall hard for at Good-
we pi'edict, too, over the price,
which has just been greatly re-
duced along with a number of
other tailored wools and flat
crepes for immediate clearance.
They're only $12.98.
It was at Quarry's Drug Stote
where I found a little Coquette
Pouch, that indispensable neces-
sity for slight touches of colds so
prevalent during the present time'
of the year. The Coquette Pouch
is made of a rubberized material
and contains a small powder puff
with tissue handkerchieves to
match. It comes in a very con-
venient size for your purse and
may be had in all colors for 25c.
A week's supply of tissue refills is
included with your purchase. Here
is your opportunity to buy a very
necessary toilet accessory at an
extremely economical price. 25c
at Quarry's, corner of N. U. and
The little French sailor hat
sketched at the right is one of the
outstanding models re-

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winter keynote for
out - of - door wear.
Jacobson's are Thow-
ing a gorgeous win-
ten coat of duvetyn
in the newest of new
important w iln t C e
shades, bronine
green. The leev s
and collar are lav-
ishly trimmed with
beaver. The beaver

200-202 E. IBERTY ST.

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When Undecided-
Betsy Poss, Maillard's, Gilbert
and Johnston's
Betsy Ross Shop
In the Arcade

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sharply accents the cartridge
sleeves at the elbow, emphasizing
a new fullness. Bronine green
with beaver is one of the most
striking combinations to have yet
appeared on the horizon at only
$95. The model sketched is an-
other of Jacobson's fashion lead-
ers. Blue fox makes up the collar
and the sleeves are of the ilopular
mellon style, $150.
This is a winter coat week at
Greene's Cleaners and Dyers. This
week only, they
will clean any win-
ter coat regardless
of fur trim for 50c.
Your coat will re-
ceive the meticu-
lous care always.
associated w i t h
Greene's cleaning

Deadline date Dec. 5,
for your Michigare n-
ihn Photograph, just
five weeks.

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Fingerwave
-Special Thursday

T RY to forgive him. Poor chap,
he really means well, even if he
loes think his posterity is the thing
he sits on!
If you're really sorry for Bill Boner,
give him a pipe and some good to-
bacco. That will straighten him out
-for a pipe filled with Edgeworth
Smoking Tobacco clears the brain
for straight thinking. As you know,
E geworth was proved by a recent
i-vestigation to b2 the favorite smok-
iml tobacco at 42 out of 5 4ern'1dir

ceived in a shipment
of new merchandise
this week at The Rob-
ert's Shop, 601 E.


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You can buy Edgeworth anywhere
in two forms--dgeworth Ready-
Rubbed and Edgeworth Plug Slice.
All sizes-150 pocket package to
pld humidor tin. Or perhaps
yo' d lie to try before you buy.
I'en write for a free sample pack t.
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