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Visitors Here
For Week-End
At Sororities
Houses Entertain Many
Guests Despite Absence
Of Home Game
Despite the fact that there is no
game here .today, sorority houses con-
tinue to open their doors hospitably
to week-end guests and alumnae.
There are several visitors in Ann Ar-
bor chapter houses this week-end.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Dorothy Baetke, of Detroit, Dor-
othy Oostdyke, of Grosse Pointe, Doris
Reynolds, of Albion, Carolyn Phipps,
Mildred Glove, and Bertha Mathews,
of Flint, Marion Freeman and Betty
Harris, of Monroe, and Helen Hawks-
hurst, of Detroit, are week-end guests
of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi held induction cere-
monies last night for Mrs. D. N.
Smith, Mrs. E. Hastie, and Mrs. A. R.
Morris.
The Alpha Delta Pi alumnae are
giving a bridge this afternoon in
honor of the active chapter. Among
those alumnae who will be present at
the affair are Dorothea Schmidt, of
Grosse* Pointe; Emma Bogart and
Doris Mobley, of Detroit; Mary and
Katherine Williams, of Three Rivers;
and Frances McNamara, of Sarnia,
Ont.
Among the members of the Detroit
club who gill attend the function are
Georgette Neal, Agness Gringo, and
Mrs. Jones.
The rooms i which the tables will
be placed, are 'to be decorated with
fall flowers.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Jane Fecheimer, '33, of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi, has as her house guest this
week-end her sister, Katherine, of
Detroit. -
CHIi OMEGA
Members of Chi Omega sorority
spending the week-end at home are:
Mary Gaylord, '35, of Algonac, and
Ruth Kurtz, '33, of Albion.
ALPHA PHI
Louise Woodward, '32, of Battle
Creek, is a guest at the Alpha Phi
house for the week-end.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Members of Alpha Xi Delta sorority
to be out of town for the week end
are: Jean Porter, '34, who will be at
her home in Grand Rapids; Marjorie
Schultz, '33, who will be at her home
in Northville, Mich.; and Dorothy
Van Riper, '34, who will visit in Ypsi-
lanti.
DELTA GAMMA
Delta Gamma entertained Mrs.
Shirley Smith and herdaughter Con-
stance Smith Blake, at dinner Wed-
nesday night.
DELTA ZETA
The date of the annual pledge for-
mal at Delta Zeta has been set as De-
cember 10.
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi held formal initiation
ceremonies for two women yesterday
afternoon. Those who became affil-
iated with the sorority were Ruth
Peters, '33, of Ann Arbor; and Jean
Whitman, '33, of Grand Rapids. Fol-
lowing the rite, the new members
were honored at a formal initiation
banquet.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma wishes to an-
pounce the engagement of Ethel
Zolte, of Buffalo to Dr. Matthew Po-
dolin of Chicago. The marriage will
take place in December.
Genevieve Field, '34, of Fort
Wayne, Indiana, is spending the
weekend at the chapter house.
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Breaks Husband's Record

1932 Reception
Of Music Group
Set For Sunday

(Associated Press Photo)
When she set her plane down at
Cape Town, South Africa, at the end
of a 6,200-mile hop from London,
Amy Johnson, intrepid British avia-
trix, had broken the former record
held by her husband, Capt. J. A. Mol-
lison. The record was made in spite
of a forced landing at Angola, in
West Africa.
Bright Clothes
Featured For
WovinterSports
By CAROL J. HANAN
Winter sports are here now, ac-
companied by the jingle of sleigh
bells, the noisy shouts of rushing to-
bogganists and the "crunch" of
snow under skias. Designers, recog-
nizing the picturesqness of these
sports, have created costumes that
are bright, warm and debonair but
at the same time as crisp and sturdy
looking as the setting itself.
Gabardine trousers are smartest
and most practical for skiing. One
outfit has a short bloused jacket and
is featured in plaid wool with a zip-
per fastener and warm chamois lin-
ing. The trousers are in shades of
brown, while bright red mittens and
wool knit cap carry out the tones of
the jacket. An individual suit is feat-
ured in jersy cloth. The trousers
are lined with sateen while kasha
lines the jacket. One of the clever-
est suits we saw has the gabardine
trousers made of a velvety looking
corded material of the brightest of
green shades. The coat of a darker
green material has huge pockets
while the hat of the same material as.
the trousers is trimmed with a band
of gray astrackhan.
It was over at Palmer field that
we saw one of the best looking cos-
tumes found yet for tobagganing. The
whipcord breeches were of dark
brown, the jacket was of green whip-
cord while the wool scarf, cap and
mittens made up a set.

Delta Omicron Announces
Guests, Hostesses For
Function At League
Delta Omicron, national music sor-
ority, will hold its annual reception
from 4 to 6 p. m. Sunday, November
20, in the Grand Rapids room of the
League.
Guests will include the School of
Music faculty, Miss Alice Lloyd, dean
of women, and members of her staff,
the active and alumnae chapters of
Sigma Alpha Iota national honor
and Mu Phi Epsilon national honor-
ary, all girls in the School of Music
and members of Phi Mu Alpha, na-.
tional, honorary fraternity.
Hostesses will be Mrs. 0. E. Hunt,
Regent Esther Cram, Miss Sarah
Whedon, and Mrs. Lucille Graham
Schoenfleld. In the receiving line
will be Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Regent Esther Cram, Miss Sarah
Whedon, Edna A. Houck, '33SM,
Louise Snyder, Mrs. Alex Dow, and
Mrs. Lewis Gram.
Mrs. Theo Klingman, Mrs. Albert
Peck, Mrs. Albert Rousseau and Mrs.
Lucille Graham will pour.
A color scheme in pastel shades
will be carried out, with centerpiece
of pink snapdragons and roses, pastel1
sweet peas and various white flowers
and grey tapers.
Recent social events of Delta Omi-
cron include a buffet supper given
last Sunday for the active chapter
by Mrs. Alex Dow of Barton Hills;
and a musical given last month by
the active chapter for the patronesses
and alumnae in which Mona Hutch-
ings, '34SM, Lois Zimmerman, '35SM,
and Edna Houck, '33SM, participated.
Musicale Honors
New Members Of
Mu Phi Epsilon
Honoring its new members, Mu Phi
Epsilon, national music sorority, en-
tertained at a musicale last Monday
at the home of Mrs. Wassily Bese-
kirsky.
The program was as follows: piano
solo, Virginia Ward, '348M violin,
Genevieve Griffey, '33SM; cello, Mar-
ian Works, '33SM; piano, Helen Beit-
ley, '335M; cello, Ruby Peinert,
'34SM. Thelma Lewis, '33E, sang.
After the musicale Mrs. Frederick
B. Fisher and Mrs. J. E. Beal poured.
Mrs. C. F. Yoakum, patroness, helped
receive the guests.
Announce Chaperones
At Union, League Dances
Chaperones at the Union dances
this week-end for Friday night were
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gault, and tonight
will be Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tower.
Friday night the League had as
guests for its dance Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Goodale, tonight Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Wolfe will be guests.

Alpha Alpha Gamma
Honor Women of
Art School At Tea
Alpha Alpha Gamma, national
honoraryefraternity for women in ar-
chitecture and the allied arts, enjoy-
ed an informal get-to-gether at tea
from 4 to 5:30 p. in. Thursday in
the League. The sophomore and
freshman women in the College of
Architecture were guests.
Assisting in the receiving line were:
Mrs. Frederick O'Dell, Mrs. Walter
Marshall, Mrs. Frederick Aldrich,
Mrs. Albert Rousseau, patronesses;
Mrs. Ralph Bittinger, Mrs. Herbert
Fowler, Mrs. Ralph Hannett, hon-
orary members; and Mrs. Emil Lorch.
Officers of the organization in-
clude Louise Hincz, president; Eliza-
beth J. Ebert, '33A, vice president;
Eleanor A. Teaboldt, '33A, secretary;
and Frances L. Young, '33A, treas-
urer.
W.A.A. To Hold Skiing
And Tobogganing Party
The Women's Athletic Association'
is planning an extensive outdoor pro-
gram for this year, to begin with a
tobogganing and skiing party which
will be held today.
All those who are going will meet
at Palmer Field House at 2:30 p. m.
today, refreshments will be served
there afterward. Women who have
skiis are asked to bring them, as
there is a limited number at the field
house.

Pledge Formals,

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This Week-End

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Foresee Pre-Holiday Lull
In Fraternity, Sorority
Social Activities
This week-end there seems to be a
pre-holiday lull in social activities, as
very few dances are planned. Last
'evening Alpha Chi Omega held a
pledge formal, and Beta Theta Pi
gave a dance.
Tonight there are dances at Herm-
itage and Sigma Alpha Mu, and Al-
pha Omicron Pi is holding a formal.
Mosher and Jordan halls are also
giving the first of their informal
dances.
Sunday evening Theta Xi is plan-
ning a supper dance. There will be
dancing to the radio and a buffet
supper will be served.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alpha Delta Phi held an exchange
dinner Thursday night with Sigma
Chi. Underclassmen were at the
Sigma Chi house and upperclassmen
dined at the Alpha Delta Phi house.
PHI EPSILON PI
Milton Schloss, '34, is attending the
Navy-Notre Dame game this week-
end.
XI PSI PHI
Dr. Jackson and Mrs. Jackson, of
Dearborn, and Helen Haapimaki, of
Negaunee, will be guests at the Xi
Psi Phi house on Sunday.

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.-(P)-The
boys at Catholic university were hav-
ing a red-hot time celebrating home-
coming day, when it got so warm
police and firemen stepped in to cool
things off a little.
Just about the time some of the
fire engine companies around Brook-
land-the suburban section where the
university is-were 'gathering for
their'checkers after supper Thursday
night, in poured frantic 'alarms.
From the first three calls, it looked
like a holocaust. The -firemen set out,
unaware that the students had mere-
ly set off a bonfire about two stories
high, made up of scrap material and
were quietly enough though brightly
celebrating the annual event.
As an added excitant to high spir-
its, the good old eleven was going to
take on Duquesne the next day, after
being away some time, and hopes
were high that the Cardinal winning
streak would be stretched out.
Trouble started with the alarms.
When the first engine drew up
alongside the bonfire the students
gleefully helped the firemen unroll
the hose and dragged it around tele-
phone poles and everything else they
could find. The fire burned on mer-
rily and eventually out.
Somebody called the cops. Police-

In Washington Honecotmin

man John Foster drove up alone in
a light cruising car. The students,
said his report to superiors, sought
to turn it over on him, to which Fos-
ter objected vigorously and success-
fully, though he was handled some-
what roughly.
Other students, meanwhile, decided
it would be fun to stop all sfrcet cars,
so they yanked off the trolleys as
they passed and tied up all kinds of
traffic while more police were com-
ing.
Things were soon quieted down, but
not until after a couple of arrests.
Police refused to give out any names,
explaining that it was homecoming,
they knew most of the students, and
that "boys will be boys."
Mrs. Janeson Presides
At Jordan Weekly Tea
Jordan Hall held its weekly tea
Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Charles Jameson and Mattie Grace
Sharpe presiding. Mary Earnshaw,
'35, was in charge of the arrange-
ments. Talisman roses were used for
decorations.
The University of Michigan gained
32,000 specimens for its museum of
zoology last year from 23 expeditions.

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