THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Annual House Dances In
Honor Of Members-To-
Be Held This Week-End
Sororities have been busy this week
entertaining guests at rushing din-
ners and pledge teas.
This week end, several chapter
houses are almost empty, due to the
fact that their residents are returning
to their homes, or journeying to
Bloomington for the Indiana game.
The remainder of the sororities, how-
ever were occupied with colorful
ALPHA THETA PI
Mrs. Shepard, Mrs. Billman, Mrs.
Scholl, Mrs. Caleb Smith, Mrs. Reed,
and Mrs. A. R. Morris, all of Ann
Arbor, were honored at a dinner
given by Alpha Theta Pi Thursday
evening. Marigolds and orange tapers
formed an attractive floral back-
ground for the dinner.
Delta Zeta held its annual pledge
tea last Wednesday. The tea table
was spread with an ecru lace cloth,
and centered with a bowl of pink
roses flanked by pink tapers. Ann
Arbor alumnae who assisted with re-
ceiving and pouring were Mrs. C. F.
Kessler, Mrs. Marvin Neihus, Mrs.
John Coulter, Mrs. Frederick Arnold,
and Miss Emma Pearl Anderson.
gAM1 A PHI BETA
Gaminma Phi Beta entertained sev-
eral guests for the week-end, includ-
ing Miss Delphine Johnson, Miss
Helen Finnegan and Miss Irene Fin-
negan, all of Detroit.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa°Kappa Gamma held its
pledge formal last night. Mrs. L. C.
Dogget, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powers,
and Mr. and Mrs. William Walz were
chaperones. Fall flowers were used
Kappa Delta sorority held a rush-
ing dinner Thursday evening. Fall
flowers were used for decorations.
Several of the members went home
to spend the week end. Among them
were Eleanor Riker, '32, who went to
Pontiac, Nancy Johnson, '35, to Bir-
mingham, Wanda Lee, '33, and Vir-
ginia -Lee, '34 to Detroit, and Mar-
garet Cole, '34, also went to Detroit.
Lenore Snyder, '32 went to Grand
Rapids. Mr. John White of Spokane,
Wash. accompanied her as her guest.
Theresa St. John, '33, is having
Miss Dorothy Ann Williams as her
guest at her home in Detroit this
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi held its annual formal
dance honoring the pledges Saturday
night. Tapers and chrysanthemums
carried out an autumn decoration
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Upton, and
Mrs. E. M. Hauswald, sorority house
Ted Kopke and his orchestra fur-
nished music for dancing.
Sigma Kappa held formal initia~-
tion ceremonies for three women Sat-
urday afternoon. Those who became
members of the chapter are Eleanor
Beers, '34, of Youngstown, Ohio; Lu-
cille Jetter, '34, of Ann Arbor. Fol-
lowing the rite, the sorority honored
the initiates at a formal dinner at the
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha held its annual
pledge formal Saturday night at
which several sorority house mothers
chaperoned. Among them were Mrs.
Maude Thonpson, house mother at
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Evening Gowns Vary In
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At Campus Function
Among those who attended the
Union Formal Friday night were
many of campus prominence. Betty
Sinclair '36,. Kappa Alpha Theta
pledge, led the grand march with
Charles Burgess '34E, committee
chairman. Miss Sinclair's gown was
of white rough crepe made high in
front with a low decollette in back.
With it she wore long rhinestone
earrings and black slippers.
Elizabeth Baxter of Detroit was
the guest of John Huss, recording
secretary of the council. She was
attired in white with blue velvet
flowered figures in it. Blue velvet
was draped over the back and shoul-
ders to form small cap sleeves.
Jean Seeley '36 was escorted by
John Lederle '33, president of the'
Union executive council. Her gown
was of blue lace that featured a short
cape which came just below the
waistline in back and just above it in'
front. A large gold flower at the belt,
gold earrings and sandals were her
Margaret Cowie '36, Alpha Phi
pledge, arrived with "Brack" Shaw
'34, of Union and Daily prominence.
A white rough crepe trimmed with
gold sequins both at the neckline'and
at the jacket was her choice.
Frank Gilbreth '33, managing edi-
tor of The Daily, attended the dance
with Prudence Foster '34, publicity
chairman of the Junior Girls' Play.
Miss Foster's frock was of heavy
black crepe trimmed with brilliants
that encircled the high neckline in
front and the low decollete in back:
Byron Vedder '33, business man-
ager of The Daily, escorted Kathleen
Fry of Adrian. Miss Fry wore-an in-
tricately cut white satin that was
trimmed with rhinestones.
Helen DeWitt '33, Pi Beta Phi, who
is president of the Women's League,
was gowned in red rough crepe
trimmed with crystal beads.
Martha Nuhart '33, Collegiate Sor-
osis, was the guest of Hugh Grove
'34E, committee member. Miss Nu-
hart wore black satin trimmed with
a border of black seal.
'36, Alice Geib, '33, Maigaret Hewitt,
'34, Ruth Sonnanstine, '36, Rosanna'
Manchester, '36, and Betty Barnes,
The Indiana game drew numer-
ous men to Bloomington to witness
the game Saturday.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Delta Sigma Phi wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of James R. Mc-
Lt. Richard Coursey, faculty mem-
ber of Delta Sigma Phi was guest of
the Fraternity Thursday evening.
After dinner there was an informal
smoker and bridge was featured.
The Kappa Deltas, next door
neighbors of the Delta Sigma Phi,
will be their guests this afternoon
at an informal party. Arrangements
have been made to listen to the game.
PHI RHO SIGMA
Jock Tolan, '33Med. attended the
Indiana game yesterday.
PHI MU ALPHA
Among the Phi Mu Alpha members
who attended the Union formal Fri-
day night are Charles Burgess, '34;
Louis Kearns, '35; and Thomas
William Dibble, Clinton Sanduskey,
Howard Jones, and Deforest Eveland
left Friday afternoon to attend the
Indiana football game. They are
spending the week-end with Mrs. J.
Sanduskey at Danville, Ohio.
TAU DELTA PHI
At the Indiana game yesterday
were Jerry Jackson, grad; Leonard
Deiner, '33L; Clement Zipperstein,
'33 Dent.; Samuel Cohen, '33; Martin-
Fraternity Members Journey
To Bloomington To See Gai
Fisher. '34; Hy Aronstan. '35: and
Daniel Kelimer, '36, from the Tau
Delta Phi house. Myron Blank. '33,
attended the Union formal Friday
XI PSI PHI
Xi Psi Phi fraternity was repre-
sented at the Union formal by Ed-
ward Lee, grad.; Joseph Mosier and
Donald Phillips, '33, and Harry An-
derson; Norman Allstin, and Faustin
ZETA BETA TAU
Members and pledges of the Zeta
Beta Tau fraternity who attended the
Indiana-Michigan game yesterday
are Walter Baer, '33; Richard Bar-
nard and Robert Saltzsein, '34; Fred
Threefoot, Harold Gross and Jack
Efroynson, '35; and Nathan Wer-
theimer, Joseph Rothard, Edwin
Gage, Franke Yaffe, and Bert Joseph,
THETA KAPPA NU
The following members of the fra-
ternity will be present at the In-
diana-Michigan game at Blooming-
ton, Ind., today: J. C. Mac Elligot,
'33, Max Nell, '34, and Tom Kyler,
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s ffodrn 'oiy
Betsy Barbour House will hold its
formal initiation this afternoon at
1:00 following the completion of pro-
bation week. Dean Alice Lloyd will
iddress the new girls in the dormi-
tory during the ceremony. Professor
Arthur Cross of the History depart-
mnetn, Miss Henriette Scranton, li-
brarian, and Mr. and Mrs. Beal are
among the guests who will be pres-
ant for the occasion. The Board of
Directors of the dormitory has also
>een invited. Miss Miriam Root '33,
?resident, will preside.
The girls who are to be initiated
are Jane Arnold '36, Eizabeth' Bell
36, Virginia Bell '36, Florence Bing-
aam '36, Joyce. Black '36, Betty Bow-
Snan '36, Margaret Bryz '36, Mary
Louise Burke '36, Betty Burns '36,
Joan Campbell '36, Mary Jane Cum-
mings '345, Madelyn Coe '36, Francis
Drake '36, Gladys Draves '36, Edith
Ferrin '36, Mary Garrettson '36, Eliz-
abeth Gillard '35, Betty Hoppin '35,
Elizabeth Howard '36, Mary Hutchin-
son '35, Eleanor Johnson '36, Chris-
tine Kennedy '36, Jean Laitner, '36,1
Jane Langenderfer '35, Betty Laub
'36, Betty Lindsay '36, Jane Mac-
Donald '36, Kathleen Maclntyre '36,
Suzanne Mahler '35, Irene McCausey
'36, Janet Miller '36, Virginia Mor-
gan '36, Marjorie Morrison '36, Eliza-
beth Nicol '36, Elizabeth O'Dell '36,
Rosemary Osborne '35, Mary Jean
Pardee '36, Jean Perry '36, Jane Peter
'36, Jane Reed '36, Cecilia Richard-
son '36, Ernestine Richter '36, Eliza-
beth Roe '36, Marian Saunders '36,
Betty Scherling '36, Katherine
Schmelzer '33, Betty Sinclair '36,
Ruth Sinz '33, Sally Stapleton '36,'
Martha Steen '36, Mildred Stroup '36,
Ann Timmons '36, Elizabeth Van
Winkle '36, Vivian Vischer '35, Eliza-
beth Woolman '36.
Edna Hazard '33 is in charge of
the initiation ceremony. Her com-
mittee consists of Kathleen Carpen-
ter '35, Marian Heckathorne '35,
Susan Mahler '35 and Fumi Saisho
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By E. JEROME PETTIT
MESA, Idaho, Nov. 5.-(Special)
-What the modern world needs is
prettier and peppier school "marms."
Lipstick and rouge have finally
found their place in the schoolroom,
according to one educator. Zest and
pep are the keynotes of present-day
instruction, and a spirit of cheer and
optimism are prime requisites for the
young lady who would teach the
three " 's" of today.
In addresses recently delivered to
leading education associations of
Idaho,.W. D. Vincent, commissioner
of education of that state, propound-
ed the above philosophy, declaring
that teachers should do all in their
power to "brighten. up the school
The majority of Idaho's young
teachers greeted Vincent's remarks
with much approval and delight. Sev-
eral women, however, indicated that
cosmetics and education would not
mix. Many expressed surprise that
any hubbub should be raised about
such a trivial matter as adorning the
face now and then with an artificial
"The whole world does it. Why not
the teachers?" commented pretty
Miss Helen Coston, one instructress.
"That's the trouble with the situa-
tion. Teachers have been criticised
too long for trying to be human be-
ings. They have a right to look pret-
ty. I greet the Commissioner's re-
marks with a great deal of delight."
Nora Crane Hunt To.Be
Guest Singer In Jacks on
Nora Crane Hunt, of the Voice
Faculty of the School of Music, will
sing at the First Congregational
Church in Jackson, Sunday morning,
as guest soloist. Miss Hunt formerly
lived in Jackson and on frequent oc-
casions is called to her old home town
for concert activities.
Teas, Parties Are Among
Functions Featured This
Week By Jordan Hall
One of the most successful of this
years Jordan Hall social ventures
was Monday night's Hallowe'en party.
The social committee under Mar-
garet Beckett, '34, were largely re-
sponsible for the arrangements. How-
ever, the refreshment committee was
under Helen Sprague, '35.
"The Chamber of Horrors" devised
by Betty Chapman, '36, and her com-
mittee showed originality and contri-
buted much to the spirit of the occa-
Miss I. Bozorth, Miss L. Failyer,
and Miss D. Birdzell were judges of
the costumes, and after a parade of
the girls, Mary Kiest, '34, was award-
ed first prize for the originality of
her costume. Honorable mentions
went to Harriet Wolfe, '34, and Amy
Apples, obtained only after Strenu-
ous "bobbing," cider, and doughtnuts
were served in the dining room which
was decorated in the traditional Hal-
, Jordan Hall held its regular tea
Thursday afternoon from 4:00 to
6:00. Janice Rice, '35, headed the
committee for the tea, while her as-
sistants were Dorothy Utley, '36,
Dorothy Schwarze, '36, Louise French,
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