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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SOCIETY

Houses Assisted at Week end
Rushing by Returning Alumnae

formal tea of the rushing period Sat-
urday afternoon. The tea table pro-
vided attractive tea roses and yellow
tapers with an ecru lace cloth used
as background. Mrs. J. C. Brier, Mrs.
Clyde Love, and Mrs. Wilbur Hum-
phreys, sorority patronesses poured.
Following more formal lines, the
table was laid for Sunday's tea with
a white cloth, white roses and tapers
being used as decorations. Mrs.
Raphael Isaacs poured at tea. Alum-
nae who spent the week-end at the
house and assisted with the teas,
both days included Miss Helen Cook,
Miss Mary Dunnigan, Miss Shirley
King, Miss Myrtle Gerisch, and Miss
Freda Boersig of Detroit; Miss Lynn
Fowler and Miss Gale Saunders of
Cleveland, Ohio; and Miss Marion
McAlpin of Grand Rapids.
Dinner lastrnight wassserved at
small tables with flowers and tapers
in various pastel shades in the form
of decorative bajckground. Mrs. M.
Lucille Cooks, province director, ar-
rived yesterday afternoon f r o m
Cleveland, Ohio, to spend a few days
as the guest of the chapter. She was
entertained as guest of honor at
Monday night's dinner.
Gamma Phi Beta
The Gamma Phi Beta sorority was
assisted at its initial tea held Sat-
urday and Sunday from 4 to 7
o'clock by Miss Alice Kamerer of De-
troit, Miss Pansy Y. Blake of Wyan-
dotte, Mrs. F. D. Exley, of Detroit,
and Miss Charlotte Bush, province
director, and president of Detroit
Alumnae.
Delphine Johnson, of Detroit, '31;
Frances Loomis, '30, Detroit; Olive
Chadwick, '32, of Detroit; Marian
White, '32, of Detroit; Jeannette Rip-
ley, '32, of Wayne; Maryana Joslyn,
'31, of Detroit; Margaret Seybold,
'32, of Jackson; Dorothy Seens, of
Detroit; and Alice Cady Pickering,
'32, of Detroit, were also present at
the teas.
Mrs. J. P. Adams, Mrs. G. B. Shaw,
Mrs. A. T. Wolliver, Mrs. R. L. Win-
niker, Mrs. J. B. Hoad, and Mrs. Ella
B. Anderson who are members of the
A n n Arbor Alumnae association
poured at these two teas.
Salmon-colored candles and var-
ious fall shades of dahlias and zenias
were used to carry out the table dec-
orations.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Mrs. Robert Sinclair, and Mrs. Max
Tunicliffe, and Miss Marian Widman
of Detroit, Mrs. Fielding Yost, Mrs.
Garrett Diekema, Mrs. John Worley,
Mrs. 'Theodore Stewart,- and Mrs. C.
S. Yoakum of Ann Arbor, all pat-
ronesses of Kappa Alpha Theta, at-
tended the initial tea held Saturday'
afternoon at the sorority house.
At the formal tea given Sunday
afternoon, Mrs. J. J. Waltzer, Mrs.

Lewis Bredcold, and Mrs. Theophile
TKlingman of Ann Arbor, Mrs. Max
Tunicliffe, Mrs. Florence George,
Mrs. H. J. Adams, Miss Josephine
Nerserieu. Miss Mary Widman, and
Mrs. Robert Sinclair were present.
These women assisted in pouring
both days, at the tea table laden
with a large basket of fall garden
flowers. Zinias and gladiolis were
used throughout, as the decorative
background.
Kappa Delta
Mrs. W. C. Rufus and Mrs. Walter
F. Hunt poured at the rushing tea
given by Kappa Delta Saturday af-
ternoon. Sunday Mrs. Elmer Mit-
chell and Mrs. Carl Huber presided.
Miss Lillis Beattie, an alumna from
Detroit, sang several solos Sunday
afternoon..The Misses Bettina Right-
mire and Dorothy Felske, both for-
mer members from Detroit, were
guests of the sorority for the week-
end.'
Last night the sorority gave a
rushing dinner using the Indian
theme. Birch bark place cards and
a center piece made with tiny birch
bark canoes, deer and Indian wig-
wams supplied the decorations.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Yellow roses and green tapers dec-
orated the tea table at the Phi Sig-
ma Sigma house at the opening
rushing tea held last Saturday. Mrs.
Myra Upham, Mrs. Edna Babson, and
Mrs. William Angell poured. Return-
ing alumnae included Mrs. N. N.
Kaplan, Mrs. David Seligson, Mrs.
Sylvia May, Mrs. William Mincken,
and Mrs. Shirley Cutler, of Detroit,
and Mrs. Morris D. Wellman, of New
York. Green was the predominant
color at the dinner last night.
Pi Beta Phi
Mrs. Van Winkle, Howell, Mich.,
Mrs. Maynard, Adrian, and Mrs.
Morford, Detroit, who are Alumnae
of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, were present
over the week-end to assist at the
initial teas held Saturday and Sun-
day.
Sigma Kappa
Sigma Kappja entertained from

Thursday to Sunday for Mrs. Tag-
gart of Indianapolis, new District
councelor.
The theme of the initial rushing
teas Saturday and Sunday was fall
flowers and pink roses. Mrs. Earl
poured Saturday and Mrs. Cook offi-
ciated on Sunday.
Among the alumnae iuests for the
week-end were Miss Baird, Mrs.
Rundell, Mrs. Matthews of Detroit.
Theta Phi Alpha
At Theta Phi Alpha's rushing tea
Sajturday Mrs. Allan Sherzer poured.
The table decorations in maize and
blue were carried out in tapers,
flowers, and refreshments. The Sun-
day tea decorations were pastels of
yellow and green. Mts. Arthur Stace
presided at the tea table.
Theta Phi Alpha entertained again
at Monday dinner. The tapers and
flowers carried out a blue and white
motif. Mrs. Frank Devine patroness
was an honored guest.
Among the a 1 u m n a e week-end
guests were Mrs. John O'Hara, Vir-
ginia Brodell, Irene Druke of De-
troit, Margaret and Ruth Brady.
Zeta Tan Alpha
Mrs. Hussey and Mrs. Sawyer,
patronesses, poured for Zeta Tau Al-
pha's rushing teas Saturday. Mrs.
Pinson and Mrs. Hodges 't Sunday's
affair. Decorations were glass tapers,
red roses, and sweet peas of a rose
shade.
Present for the week-end were the
following alumnae:- Mrs. Cary of
Akron, Mrs. Blakely and sister of
Detroit, Mrs. Wuerful of Ann Arbor.'
Methodist Preachers
Returned to Ann Arbor
MT. CLEMENS, Mich., Sept. 26--
W) - The Rev. Frederick B. Fisher
and the Rev. Peter F. Stair were
named pastor and assistant pastor'
of the Ann Arbor Methodist Epis-
copal church at the conclusion of the
a n n u a 1 conference session today.
The Rev. A. F. Lindrum was named
superintendent of the Ann Arbor
district.
The tea growing are of northern
India produced more than 335 mil-
lion pounds of tea in 1931.

News of British Action
Prompts Hindi Leader
to Break Fast
POONA, India,--Sept. 26-OP)--
Mahatma Gandhi, inspired by news
that the B r i t I s h government at
London had approved most of the
compromise plan on the privileges of
Indian untouchables in legislative
elections, broke his "death fast" of
protest this afternoon. He broke his
fast at 5 p. m., India time (6:30 a.
m., Ann Arbor time). He had ab-
stained from food six days and five
hours.
The decision of the British cabi-
net in London was announced ear-
ly this morning after a meeting
which lasted until nearly midnight
and in which Prime Minister Ramsay
M]cDoiiald participated.
The news was cabled here im-
mediately and was met with great
rejoicing. At Simla the halls of the
Indian legislative asembly echoed
with loud cheers and a similar scene
took place in the council of state as
the announcement was made.
Gandhi had a bad night. He slept
little and physicians who examined
him this morning said he was sink-
ing and his vitality was lower than
at any time since he began his fast.
Gandhi was examined by two pri-
vate physicians and three from the
staff of 'Yeroda jail, where he has
been a prisoner since last January.
The bulletin said he was feeling less
nausea, however, and was suffering
no acute discomforts.
Today was his day of silence and
he did no spinning. Sunday he
spun, as usual, but he was so weak
the threads kept breaking continual-
ly and those who attended beside the
bed in the prison yard had to assist
him.

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Frances Barrett, Ruth- Wyler, eo 'F aeJthO Sudents
tina Maslen, Marie Eddington,
Harriet Rohrbach, of Detroit.
May Wiedman and Margaret M
rwood, of Ann Arbor, were also
nt. Mrs. Jasper Christy and
W. E. Underdown poured. DRY GOODS
HEAR TOPICAL LECTURES
TROIT, Sept. 26.-0P)--Mem- 22 Yeari
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Chapter of the American Insti-
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As Paris and Mack's see it . .
the favorite silhouette for Fall is
The SAILOR
a It used to take a woman with "grand airs"
to wear a sailor. But now! With their
shallow, squarish crowns and narrow-ish,
jaunty brims pulled straight-ish over the
brows ... they're a boon to almost everyone!
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