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Tickets Are On
Sale For Pan-
Hellenie Ball
Chaperones Chosen For
Organized Women's An.
nual Social Function
Tickets for the Panhellenic ball
to be held November 25 went on sale
for independent women yesterday.
Tickets will be sold at the League
desk to fifty independent women, ac-
cording to Myrtle Cooper, '34, gen-
eral chairman of the ball.
The names of the chaperones for
the dance were announced yesterday
by Ruth Kurtz, '34Ed., chairman of
the chaperones committee. They are:
President Alexander G. Ruthven and
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Joseph A. Burs-
ley and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Herbert
C. Sadler and Mrs. Sadler, Dean
Wilbur R. Humphreys and Mrs.
Humphreys, Dean James B. Edmon-
son and Mrs. Edmonson, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Doctor Margaret Bell, Dean
Walter Rea, Registrar Ira M. Smith,
Professor Emil Lorch and Mrs. Lorch,
Professor Ralph W. Aigler and Mrs.
Aigler, Professor Laurie E. Campbell,
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Miss Jean-
ette Perry, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss
Ellen Stevenson, Dr. Helene Shutz,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath.
Miss Cooper requests that every
woman participate in the grand
march this year. Sorority women are
asked to return tickets not sold as
soon as. possible in order that they
may be redistributed to those sorori-
ties needing more.
Convention Is
In Progress
Here This Week
Many social events accompany the
convention of the National Academy
of Science in progress here this week.
Added interest is lent to the occasion
since it is the first convention to be
held outside Washington, D. C. In
addition to the regular business ses-
sions, the members meet with friends
and guests at luncheons, teas and
One of the first of these functions
was the reception at which Dr. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven
were' hosts, held Monday night at
their home. Sixty guests attended,
William Wallace Campbell, president
of the National Academy of Science,
received with Dr. and. Mrs. Ruthven,
and assisting during the evening were
Mrs. George W. Patterson, Mrs. He-
ber Curtis, Mrs. Frederick G. Novy,
a and Miss Sophie Gomberg.
Tea was served at 4 p. m. Monday
in the William L. Clements library
of American History. Dr. Randolph
G. Adams and Mrs. Adams received
the guests. Luncheons were held
Monday and Tuesday and another
will take place Wednesday in. the
League for the members of the Acad-
emy and their guests.
The delegates visited various parts
of the campus Tuesday afternoon, the
Lawyers Club, the libraries, the mu-
seums, hospital, and the laboratories
which were the main point of inter-
est. Dinner for all members and
friends held on the secondw floor ter-
race of the Union was a feature of
Tuesday's social program.
Handmnan Lectures For
Women's Club Meeting
Prof. Max S. Handman of the eco-
nomics department was guest lec-
turer at the weekly meeting of the

Ann Arbor Women's Club held at
2:30 p. m., yesterday, in the League.
Professor Handman, who has taken
work in and taught at various promi-
nent foreign universities, is well
known for his knowledge of sociol-
ogy. His subject, "Industrial Condi-
tions in the South," described the
social and working conditions of the
Southern negroes and the poorer
On the music program was Gwen-
dolyn T. Zoller, '32SM, who sang sev-
eral songs,
- I


Fraternities Entertain Football
Guests For Last Time Of Year

-Special Daily Photo
Nobody was more surprised by
lection results than Mildred Vaneck,
U years old, who lives on a farm
near Council Bluffs, Ia. Three voters
:rote her name on the ballot and
lected her justice of the peace in her
'ome township. Now she has to study
Daces, Pledging,
And Dinners Are
Sorority Activities
Gamma Phi Beta held a Founders'
Day dinner Monday night in honor
of the installation of the sorority.
Charlotte Bush, province inspector,
from Detroit was the guest of honor.
Decorations included pink tapers and
carnations. Alumni present were:
Mrs. Nathan Potter, Mrs. Earl S.
Wolaver, Mrs. Wilfred B. Shaw, Mrs.
Dean W. Myers, Mrs. L. Sergeant,
Mrs K. Douglass, Mrs. J. Breakey,
Mrs. Everett Brown, Misses Rose and.
Grace Anderson, Mrs. E. O'neil, Mrs.
W. Winnacker, Mrs. P. Adams and
Misses Jessie and Alice Bourquin.
Friday night a rushing dinner will
be held at the Alpha Omicron Pi
sorority fdr fourteen guests. The dec-
orations will consist of rust and yel-
low chrysanthemums and ivory tap-
Saturday night is the date set for
the pledge formal. The Hunt Club
_rchestra will furnish the music for
the affair. The chaperones are to be:
'frs. Beeheimer, Alpha Omicron P
douse-mother, Mrs. Thompson of
rheta Phi Alpha, Mrs. Reynolds of
Delta Gamma and Miss Barker of
Alpha Gamma Delta.
Members of Zeta Tau Alpha soror-
ity wish to announce the pledging of
Josephine Day, '34,' of Cleveland,
Turkeys, fall flowers and autumn-

During the past week-end the fra-
ternities were kept busy entertaining
what will probably be the last influx
of alumni this fall. Phi Beta Delta
held an nformal dance and Theta
Chi had a dinner at the Union for
the alumni of the local chapter.
Professors W. Badger, H. Willard,
and W. Smeaton were guests of
Alpha Chi Sigma this week-end.
Other guests who were entertained
by the fraternity were R. E. Spokes,
J. J. Pesola, F. J. DeWitt, M. L. Mich-
and, and C. B. Stapleton of Detroit.
Alpha Lambda gave a dance Sat-
urday night after the game. Dr. and
Mrs. Howard R. Chapman acted as
chaperones. Among those present
were: Marjorie Knopf, Flora Ellen
Filton, Mabel Knox, Dorothy Kittle,
Marion Campbell, Helen Knight,
Winnefred Arthur, Jean Davidson,
Ruth Clarkson, Noel Barron, Eliza-
beth Fagg, Alice Paul, Mr. and Mrs.
Garland Misener. Arthur Bernhart,
Spencer Rockwood, William Hop-
kins, Fred Cox, Marwood Goetz, Ray-
mond Munger, and Hamilton Easton.
The Chi Psi fraternity entertained
their last football game guests of the
year last. week-end. Among them
were Mr. and Mrs. William Belnap of
Detroit, James Patter, William Tray-
ner, and John Elam of Chicago;
Morey Taylor, Thatcher Root, '29,
and Charles Rupp of Detroit.
Phi Beta Delta gave an informal
d~ance Saturday night. Chaperones
were Mr. and Mrs. R. Modell, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Caplan, Mr and Mrs. D.
Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mayer, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Roumianoff. Guests were Helen
Waldman, Shirley Krell, Rose Modell,
Muriel Levy, Gloria Margolin, Jose-
leaf placecards will carry out the
Thanksgiving motif at the rushing
dinner to be given tonight at the Al-
pha Xi Delta House. Seven guests
are to be present.
Delta Zeta alumnae homecoming
was held last week-enid. Saturday
night the alumnae entertained at a
luncheon at the League for the pat-
ronesses, actives, and pledges follow-
ing the annual meeting at the house.
Mrs. Howard Hornung of Detroit, a
national officer was guest of honor.
The tables were centered with Kil-
rny roses and baby mums.
On Saturday night the active chap-
ter entertained the alumnae at an
informal dance in the Alumnae Room
at the League. Chaperones were,
Mrs. Henry Austin, Dr. and Mrs.
Raphael Isaacs and Mr. and Clarence
Alumnae in the city for this af-
fair were, Mrs. Daun Goldsmith of
Flint, Mrs. William Walters and Mrs.
William Mathers of Detroit, and
Jeanne Dubois of Grand Rapids. Also
present were Mrjorie Cuthbertson,
Dorothy Lone, Eleanor Bauschard of
Erie, Pa., Mrs. Maurice Rhodes, Ber-
nice Endlich, Eleanor Horny, Mary
Dunnigan, Shirley King, and Myrtle
Gerisch of Detroit. Ann Arbor alum-
nae attending included Mrs. Marion
Niehus, Mrs. Marion Thompson, Mrs.
Wilbur Humphreys, Mrs . Clarence
Kessler, Mrs. Frederick Arnold, Eliz-
abeth Cronin, Katherine Bachus,
Jean Currie, and Marguerite Cornell.

phine Schwartz, Pearl Foraster, Kay
Leopold, Thelma Holland, Libby Sa-
lin, Rowena Goldstein, Blanche Gold-
stone, Dora Eliasohn, Lois Trigg,
Edith Bergman, Jean Bragg. and Lil-
lian Corbeal.
Alumni guests for the week-end
were Milton Surrach, Irving Gold-
stein, Ben Fishman, Nat Plotkin,
Maurice Schiller, Cupe Karbal, and
Louis Goldstein, of Detroit.
Phi Kappa entertained the follow-
ing guests during the Chicago game
week-end: Miss Isadine O'Brien, and
Maurice O'Brien of C 1 e v e 1 a n d
Heights, O.; Miss Nash and Alfred
Hillenbrand of Grosse Pointe; Miles
A. Kinley, Royal City, Pa.; Howard
Sprenklet, William Justice, and Idor
J. Harassik of Pittsburgh; John
Lynch, Victor Voiszert of Notre Dame
college; William Dusch of Wheeling,
W. Va.; William Murphy of Detroit;
Edward Brady, Howell; William Sny-
der, Jerry Buckley, and Eugene Gillis
from Ann Arbor; Frank Convoy, and
Joseph De Botte of Geneva, N. Y.
Frank Nieder, William Rachor and
Jerry Wilson attended the Notre
Dame-Northwestern football game at
Notre Dame this week-end.
Jack Walsh was the guest of Miss
Jean Andrews of Lansing and Chuck
Dickson was entertained by Miss
Barbara Andrews, also of Lansing,
this past week-end.
Alpha Gamma chapter of Theta
Chi held their annual banquet at the
Union Saturday night. The affair
was very informal, a departurefrom
the usual, and there were no special
Among the alumni who attended
were: Glen Hunter, Perry Hayden,
Reed Every, W. L..Gordon, James
Cissel, Victor Spike, Joseph Graves,
Robert Townsend, John Woolfenden,
Herbert Leader, Frank Millard, and
Newton Detzer. Mr. Albert Balmer
and Mr. T. F. Rogers, fathers of
members, also were present.
Mrs. James Cissel acted as official
hostess at the chapter house where
supper was served for the ladies. Mrs.
Albert Balmer, Mrs. Victor Spike,
Miss Frances Jane Palmer, Miss Vir-
ginia Flint, Miss Helen Merrit and
Miss Agnes K. Northrup were among
those entertained at the house.
The Zeta Psi fraternity entertain-
ed at dinner Sunday Dorothy Trude,
Ruth Walter, Marie Carr and Rob-
erta Storms, Fred Gundrum, William
Friedman, William Musselman and
Al Harris of Chicago; Evelyn White
of Evanston; G. I. Quimby of Grand
Rapids; Marjorie Wormer, Herbert
Rich, Herbert Carrow, Beach Conger,
F. S. Danziger, S. E. Pettybone, Al
Haig, Marion Rose of Detroit; and
Constance Geifel of Ann Arbor.

Sophomores To
Use Ship Motif
At The Cabaret
Detailed Plans For The
Decorations To Be Used
Announced By Chairman
Mary Sabin, chairman of decora-
tions, and her committee, are working
on plans for the Sophomore Cabaret.
The League ballroom is to be con- I
verted into a ship during the after-;
noons and nights of Dec. 9 and 10.
There will be a genuine gangplank
at the entrance of the boat and the
deck is to be extraordinarily large to
insure greater dancing space. Mike
Falk's orchestra will act as the ship's
band and will be dressed as ship's
officers. Authentic ship lanterns are
to hang, in conspicuous places on
deck, as well as life savers and other
parphanalia helpful in creating a
nautical atmosphere.
The food committee, headed by Vir-
ginia Cluff, plan to maintain a bar
from which ice cream and soft drinks
will be sold.
Hilda Kirby, general chairman of
the Cabaret, has announced the ad-
dition of Doris Gimmy to the cos-
tumes committee and Helen Groes-
ner to the publicity committee.
Women taking parts in dances are
asked by Harriett Earle, chairman of
entertainment, to watch the D. 0. B.
for announcements of costume fit-
tings and dance rehearsals.
Women Invited To Join
Rifle Club; Meet Today
All women who are interested in
shooting are invited to join the rifle
club which has been organized under
the direction of the Women's Ath-
letic Association. The first meeting
will be held today at Palmer Field
Plans for inter-collegiate meets will
be discussed at that time, and thej
first regular practice will be held
Nov. 28. Further information may
be received by calling Virginia Lee,
'34, at 3318, or Miss Virginia Peasley.
Bridge and games, characterized
the social meeting of the Michigan
Dames held at 8 p. m. Tuesday in the
League. Mrs. James W. Ferguson gave
several numbers as a piano solo, and
after a short business meeting, the
members enjoyed a general get-to-
Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher spoke to
the organization in the interests of
the Community fund.
Rural women in four Tennessee
counties realized more than $7,000
from curb markets this season.


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