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[irls' Glee Club
To Entertain At
First on the season's program for x
the Universty Girls' Glee Club will
be the concert scheduled for next! '
week at the University High School.0
The Girls Quartette, and Frances
Beswarick soloist, will be featured, in
addition to numbers by the entireY
group. The quartette selected fromY
twenty-five tryouts, is composed of:,
Lucille Lucas, first soprano; Margaret
E. Burke, '33SM, Second soprano;
Maxine E. Maynard, '35, first alio;
Frances Beswarick, second alto.
The officers of the glee club elected Miss Betty Sinclair of Detroit,
recently, are: president, Elizabeth M. Kappa Alpha Theta pledge, who is to
Fagg, '33Ed; vice-president, Jane M. a nd the Union Formal dance Fri-
Law, '34SM, secretary, Helen E. Gray, day night with Charles Burgess, '34E,
'34, treasurer, Margaret M. Beckett, 'committee c'hairman.
Many Alumni Return For
Chapter house Parties
And To Attend Game
DELTA IAPPA EPSILON
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity en-
tertained many guests over the week-
end. Among them were Frank Broos,
Larry Mitchell, Gilbert 'Weis, Leonard
Lippincott, John Gill, Al Croul, Clyde
Webster, William Lott, Fred Richard-
son, Tom Johnston, and Judge Van
Zile all of whom are residents of De-
From Flint there were Miss Jean
Watson, Mrs. S. B. Buckingham and
Elizabeth and Janet Buckingham,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bishop, and R. S.
Others present were Mrs. Mc-
Arthur, Betty Price, Bing Longear,
Jean De Vos, Louis Chalmers and
Ted Hammond. Kalamazoo was rep-
resented by Mrs. E. J. Datton and
Miss Maridell Dayton. Tom Deas of
Grand Rapids and Joe Woodard of
Owosso, Mich., were also at the house.
.SIGMA PHI EPSILON
The Princeton game brought back
many friends and alumni to the
chapter house of the Sigma Phi Ep-
silon fraternity. Among those who
witnessed the game and attended the
dance were Ralph Rohrback, '32L,
Bartram Lewis, '30, William Verrdge,
'30, Fred Crebbin, '30, and R. S. Wes-
senger, all from Detroit.
Harold Belcher, '23, of Jackson;
Dr. Wade Ellis, '28, of Buffalo; and
Guy Wager of Edmore, Mich., were,
also guests of the house.
PI KAPPA SIGMA
At the Phi Kappa Sigma chapter
house this past week-end were nu-
merous out-of-town guests. Palmer
Crawford and Charles Crawford came
from Flint, Mich.; Carl Turner, from
Allegan, Mich.; Charles Wilkie and
Edmund Starke, one of the national
officers, from Detroit.
There were also present H. M. Mc-
Gregor, Allen wSmith Paul Path, Don-
ald Strater, TOm-Russel, Sam Russel,,
Bill Amberg, Bradley White, William
Meyers, Harold Palmer, Arthur Do-
herr, Roy Sutherland, Joe. Sorsens,
Phillip Pack, Berl Kenyon, and
At the chapter house of the Theta
Xi fraternity an informal dance was
held Saturday evening. Hallowe'en
decorations predominated. Tommy
Towner and his orchestra from Lans-
ing furnished the music for the eve-
Week-end guests and alumni were:
Carlo Eyster, Toledo, Ohio; Harold
Kellogg, Saginaw; Richard Tynes,
Buffalo, New York; Wade Tapert,
Detroit; and Milton Tapert, Detroit.
Hallowe'en Lends Sororities
Occasions For Novel Parties
Sororities will be busy this week
entertaining at various functions.
Hallowe'en decorations will predomin-
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Alpha Chi Omega wishes to an-
nouncethe pledging of Hazel itnlon,
'35, of Detroit Michigan.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Bronze tapers and bronze chrys-
anthemums will be used as decora-
tion at the rushing dinner to be givenI
by Alpha Gamma Delta tonight.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Alpha Epsilon Phi pledges gave a
Hallowe'en party at the house for ac-
tive members Sunday night. Decora-
tions were in the spirit of the sea-
son, being at once horrible and ar-
tistic. Jack O' Lanterns and white-
sheathed figures predominated. The
costume party was of the old-fash-
ioned type with games, a treasure
hunt, and bobbing for apples. Doris
Rubinstein,.'35, was games' chairman.
Mrs. M. Mahrer, house mother, and
Mrs. L. Stark, a guest, chaperoned.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority wishes
to announce the pledging of Jean
Shaw, '36, of Detroit.
A house-warming to initiate a new
library in the basement of the house
was held by the active members of
Gamma Phi 'Beta last night. The
room is decorated in warm shades of
brown and tan.. Cider and doughnuts
were served as refreshments at this
The sorority entertained Jeanette
Ripley, '32, of Wayne, Michigan,
Carol Wheeler, '32, of Grand Rapids,
Betty Sharpe, of Cleveland, Con-
stance Beardsley of Menominee
Michigan, -and Margaret Patterson
of Detroit, as house guests over last
A pledge tea will be held this af-
ternoon by the house. Mrs. Ella B.
Anderson, house chaperon, and Doris
Clark, '33, will pour. Table decora-
tions are to include pink andI white
carnations and pink tapers.E
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
A novelty Hallowe'en buffet supper
was held at the Kappa Kappa Gann-1
ma house Sunday night for members
and guests. Jack 0' Lantern center-
pieces and orange tapers and doilies
carried out the theme of the dinner.
Tonight a Dean's dinner will be
held honoring the Dean Alice Lloyd.
Appoints New Officers
New appointments which have been
made this year to the executive board
of the Women's Athletic Association
have been announced by the -organ-
ization following the installation of
the last two managers for the indoor
season sports. They include: Billie
Griffiths, '35, treasurer and chairman
of the games room, in the Women's
League, Katherine Rucker, '35, pub-
licity manager of W.A.A., and the
sports managers, Martha Neuhardt,
'35, golf manager, Marie Murphy, '35,
bowling manager, and Virginia Lee,
'34, rifle chairman.
The Proper Use of Make-Up
by Miss MAE ROBINSON
Special refpresen/ative from KATHLEEN MARY QUINLAN
Thursday, Nov. 3rd, 4 o'clock at
Goodyear's College Shops
Miss ROBINSON will give an informal lecture on
the ART of MAKE-UP, illustrating by actual dem-
onstration of the wrong and proper types df make-
up. She also will be in the shop from 11 o'clock on to
advise you on personal beauty problems. Appoint-
ments may be made by calling 4171.
Change the Blouse'
and You Change All
Shoes for All Occasions
For The Cl rl
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to all smart gatherings this season-to teas,
dinners, formals, the games and to all campus
activities. They're quality shoes at consist-
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I E t-.are four exaimples of the versatility of
the 1932 blouse. Each boasting the smartest
style features and yet each so utterly differ-
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change the aspect of your costume entirely.
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ALPHA KAPPA DELTA TO MEET
Alpha Kappa Delta, honorary So-
ciology society, will hold the first
meeting of the year at 8 p. M., Nov.
3, at the home of Professor Roy H.
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