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TIIF MI~hiGNDAL

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Ball Sponsored
13y Pan-Hellenic
To BeFriday
Red Nichols' Orchestra
Attrcts Many Couples
To Inter-Sorority Dance
One of the most colorful affairs
of the year. the Panhellenic Ball willf

Fraternity Members To Spend
Thanksgiving Recess At Home

Women Leave
To Visit homes

(xes, ~s Entertalined
A t la rtla cook For
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$5.00

Black or Brown Ties

Foster Campbell, '36E, Phi Gamma
Delta, is the Thanksgiving guest of
Donald B. Stewart, '36E, at the lat-
ter's home in Birmingham, Mich.
'Fred Huber, '34, of Detroit, and
John William Thomas, '33, of Flint,
will go home for Thanksgiving.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Only a few members of Alpha

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be held from 9:30 p. m. until 2 a. m. Sigma Phi are remaining in town
Friday, in the ballroom of the League. for Thanksgiving. Stanley Fay, '34,
This is the only ball of its kind, the Avon Artz, '34, William Shea, '32, Jim
one in which the entire sorority Edmond, '35, Bill McClintic, '35, and
group participates. About 250 couples Harvey Chapman, '34, have gone to
are expected. Detroit. Those who went to Toledo
r e ia re Chuck Hall, '34, Ivan Williamson,

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by Red Nichols and His World Fa-
mous Pennies. Mr. Nichols and his'
orchestra have played in fifteeii
Broadway shows, and are especially
noted for their work in Earl Carroll's
"Vanities" and Joe Cook's "Rain Orj
Shine." Later he and his orchestra
were featured in two of George Ger-
shwin's hits "Strike Up The Band"
and "Girl Crazy." At the present
time they are making an extensive!
tour and will come here direct from
an engagement in South Bend, In-
diana...
The ballroom will be decorated in
a way different from any previous
year. Evergreens will line the walls
of the dance floor, the green being
relieved by large baskets of mums.
The colors in each basket will rep-
resent the colors of some sorority.
Ballroom Decorations
Programs for the dance carry out
a very formal design in black suede
with the Michigan seal done on a
pearl background.
Those members of the faculty who
will chaperone the party are: Presi-
dent Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs.
Ruthven, Dean Joseph A. Bursley and
Mrs. Bursley, Dean Herbert C. Sadler
and Mrs. Sadler, Dean Wilbur R.
Humphreys and Mrs. Humphreys,
Dean James B. Edmonson and Mrs.
Edmonson, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Dean Walter Rea,
Register Ira M. Smith and Mrs.
Smith, Prof. Emil Lorch and Mrs.
Lorch, Prof. Ralph Aigler and Mrs.
Aigler, Prof. Laurie E. Campbell, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Miss Jeanette
Perry, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Eller
Stevenson, Dr. Helene Shutz, and
MVtr. and Mrs. Homer Heath.
Myrtle Cooper Chairman
The ball is under the direction of
Myrtle Cooper, '34 general chairman
She is assisted by the following com.
mittee: program, Dorothy Van Riper,
'34, chairman, Charlotte Andersor
'35, Dorothy Laylin, '33; refresh-
ments, Eleanor Riker, '33, chairmar
Helen Scott, '34, Ann Mitchell, 134;
tickets, Marjorie Arnold, '34, chair- .
man, Alice Morgan, '35, Dorothy
Aannersley, '34, Jane Faber, '34,
Genevieve Lawson, '34, Abbey Mor-
ley, '34, Jean Cowden, '33, Betty Aig-
ler, '35; decorations, Ruth Campbell,
'34, chairman, Marietta Recor, '34,
Margarite Martindale, '34; music,
Pauline Scott, '33, chairman, Mona
Barnes, '33, Jeanne Whitman, '33;
treasurer's chairman, Elinor Allen.
'34; publicity, Grace Mayer, '34, chair-
man, Virginia Cluff, '35; floor, Helen
Gray, '34, chairman; chaperones,
Ruth Kurtz, '34Ed., chairman, Helen
Mason, '34, Gertrude Peschke, '34,
Margaret Grant, '35.
STYLE REVUE
Residents of Ida Noyes Hall at Chi-
cago University gave a style revue
last week of what the well-dressed
co-ed will wear for all occasions. The
profits received from the show will
be used toward enlarging the Student
Relief Fund.

'33, and Bud Buderus, '33. Don Cook,
'35, has gone to Loraine, Ohio; Rus-
sel Damm, '33, is spending the holi-
day in Muskegon, and Nicholas Mc-
Laughlin, '33, went to Wyandotte.
DELTA UPSILON
Among those from the Delta Up-
silon house who are going home for
Thanksgiving are Kenneth Hecht,
'34, and George Bolas, '36, of Chi-
cago; Joseph Gannon, '33, of St.
Claire, Mich.; Bruce Safer, '35, Har-
old Strickland, '36, and Charles Rog-
ers, '34, from Detroit; Bernard Rob-
erts, '35, of Monroe; John Nolan, '34,
of Scarsdale, N. Y.; John Morrison,
'33, from Middleton, N. Y.; Val Saph,
'35, of Marine City, Mich., and Mar-
tin Mortenson, '35, of Battle Creek.
KAPPA DELTA IWtO
Members of Kappa Delta Rho

'34, and Robert Curtis, '34, all of De- Many of the residents of Martha
troit; Gene Baldwin, '33, William Cook dormitory have left Ann Arbor
Senf, '33, Sinclair Weston, '33, and Campus Deserted Many for visits to families and friends over
Robert May, '33, of Grand Rapids; the holiday. Those remaining, less
Carlton Park, '35, Millard Bell, '33, Sorority Members GO than half, are entertaining out-of-
and Albert Cooper, '34, all of Grosse home For ThanksgiVing, town guests.
Pointe, and Frank Hemenger, '33, of Among those visiting are: Geneva'
Algonac. I Eileen Howard, '33, of Dearborn, Hatelling of Chicago, guest of Wini-
SIGMA PHI Mary Alexander, '35, of Battle Creek, fred Billett, Mary Elizabeth Holden
Sigma Phi members who will go and Kathleen Kirn, '35, of Chicago, of Grand Rapids, guest of Harriet
home for Thanksgiving are Paul all of the Alpha Gamma Delta house, Holden, '33; Marion Smith of Sparta,
Babcock, '35, and Charles Donker, will go home for Thanksgiving, guest of Dorothy Smith, '33. Miriam
'36, of 'Grand Haven; Frederick ALPHA XI DELTA Snyder of Erie, Pa., guest of sister
Marsh, '36, of Oak Park, Ill.; Harold; The following members of Alpha Be t t y Snyder, '33Ed; Margaret
Guy, '36, Charles Hoyt, '34, Terrill Xi Delta sorority are to be out of Wright of Grand Rapids, guest of
Newman, '36, and John Odell, '34, town for Thanksgiving: Dorothy Van Kitty Wright, '33.
all from Grosse Pointe; Maxwell Riper, '34, Virginia Denne, '35, Win- Miss Sara Rowe and Miss Margaret
Gail, '34, of Birmingham; Michael nifred Arthur, '33, Lorraine Bond, '34, Ruth Smith, social director of Mar-
Drennan, '36, of Detroit, and Olam Miriam Hall, '34, Marian Foley, '34,Itha Cook will entertain at dinner to-
Bergerlin, '34, of Big Rapids. Edwin Jean Bentley, '33, Jean Botsford, '33 day for Miss Eleanor Smith, Miss
Turner, '33, will go to New York' and Ethel Olson, '34, will be in De-' Frances McKinnon, Miss Lucille
where there is to be a meeting of troit; Louise Nagelvoort, '33,.is going Streator, Miss Elizabeth Soisson.
the heads of the interfraternity to Royal Oak, and Marjorie Schultz Last Sunday Maitha Cook resi-
council. '33, and Margaret Burke, '33, will be dents enjoyed a musical after din-
TAU KAPPA EPSILON in Northville. ner. Jean Crawford, '33, gave two
Several members of the Tau Kappa DELTA ZETA Thanksgiving readings, Palla Jean
Epsilon fraternity were out of town DeltA ZETA Wilson, '34, sang a group of songs.
IDelta Zeta entertained two dele- ThsdyNo.1,fryftew-
for the Thanksgiving holiday. Har- gates to the Student Christian Con- Thursday, Nov. 17, forty of the no-
vey C. Bauss,'34, and Chapin Lowell' aesensetheekuenthaC- men enjoyed a sleigh ride around the
34, went to Buffalo, N. Y. William erence this week-end. They were outskirts of Ann Arbor, after which
Gidieon, '34, went to his home in Gladys Herfurth and Blanche Oh- hot chocolate and, doughnuts were
Kalamazoo, and Carl S c h w a r t z. land, both of Flint. Other guests of served. Katherine Coffield, '34, was
Grad., went to Fort Wayne, Ind. the sorority over the week-end in- in charge of the affair.
cluded Florence Bagnall, of Detroit,
iuth Knepp, of Bay City, Frances
Wpeek-End Enlivened By Dell and Genevieve Williams of Flint, 'fi m1 T leagiiC NManiager
Dances At Fraternities Dolores Bray, of Minneapolis, Helena ReerA~Li- Fr Weec E d

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fraternity who are spending the,
Thanksgiving holiday at home are Hermitage gave a formal dance
Therr Fletcher, '34, Gardner Cole- Saturday night at the chapter
man, '34, and John Simpson, '33, who house.
have gone to Detroit. John Brackett, The guest list included Dorothy L.
'33, has gone to his home in Pontiac. Malcolm, Grad., Shirley Vernor, '35,
An informal party was held at the Sally Boyd, Grad., Jane Gillen of
house Wednesday night at which Pontiac, Marion Sweet, '35, Margaret
;here was bridge and dancing. Prof. Lewis, '34, Margaret Smith, '33,
N. E. Lay and Mrs. Lay chaperoned. { Charlotte Whitman, '35, Jeanette
;APPA SIGMA Duff, '35, Carol Hanan, '34, Jean
Many members of the Kappa Mitchell, '33, Virginia Forsythe, '33,
3igma fraternity are spending the Jane Fletcher, '36, Doris Cox, De-
hanksgiving vacation out of towh. troit, Josephine Petronovich, '33,
hose who went to Detroit are: Ed- Maybelle Murray of Pontiac, Helen
card Sheldrick, '35, Edward An- Bailey, '34, Elizabeth Ebert, '34, Mar-
rews, '35, and Reeve Rhodes, '33. garet Asire, '33, Ann Verner, '33, Jo
ack Stein, '33, Dick Ewalt, '36, and Krieser, Grad., Katherine Anning,
Villiam Dixon, '36, went to Midland. 1'35, Josephine Hadley, '36, Carol
lugh Baker, '33, and Bob Siebold,|Dumond of Ypsilanti and Dorothy
33, have gone to their homes in O'Shea of Detroit.
'ackson, and Fritz Schaefer, '34, | Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Preuss
lent to Decatur, Ind. | were chaperones for the affair.
'I KAPPA | THETA XI
Members of Phi Kappa fraternity | Twenty-two couples attended an
rho are out of town for Thanksgiv- i informal supper dance at the Theta
.g are Harold Gordon, '35, and Leon Xi house Sunday night. Chaperones
Jordon, '34, who have gone to Flint, .were: Professor Warren McCabe oZ
nd Edward Walsh, '33, who has the Engineering College and Mrs.
one to White Pigeon as the guest of McCabe, and Mr. and Mrs. McReady.
ill Ranchor, '33.
HE]CTA 1DEL,1A C1Y omn' 1 ?Met
Members of Theta Delta Chi who'W 1-ens lub Meets rO
.ire going home for Thanksgiving Hold Play IDiseUsion
ire Jack Salmon, '34E, of Chicago,
Leonard Krause, '35A, and Laurence At the regular meeting of the
Kelly, '33, of Grand Rapids, Donald drama section of the Faculty Womn-
Decker, '35A, of Flint, Donald Boude- en's Club held at 7:45 p. m. Monday
man, '33, of Kalamazoo, Franklin at the home of Mrs. Willard Olson,
Bristol, '35, of Oak Park, Ill., and two plays, "The Perfect Marriage,"
Edward Donovan, '33, Frank Neil, and "Lot's Wife" were discussed.
'34, and Arthur Robinson, '33, of "The Perfect Marriage" written by
Detroit. Leonard White, was read by Mrs.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA Ruel V. Churchill and Mrs. Frank N.
Members of Phi Sigma Kappa who Reed. "Lot's Wife," by Percival Wilde,
are going home for Thanksgiving are was read by Mrs. Charles Good, Mrs.
Robert Lamb, '33, Gale Stirling, '35, Milton J. Thompson, Mrs. Benjamin
Carleton Gilbert, '35, Lloyd Nymah, DeGraff, Mrs. D. A. Powell.
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obson, or indianapols, and Mabel
Kann, of Niagara Falls. The follow-
ing women left for the week-end,
Helen Cook, '34, and Ceil Hallberg,
'34, who went to Detroit, and Goldia

Mrs. Grace Hollister, former man-
ager of the Michigan League, now of
Akron, Ohio, visited in Ann Arbor
last week-end.

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Lightfoot, '33, who went to Flint. Miss Alta B. Atkinson, business
The sorority entertained six guests manager of the League, attended a
at a rush party Monday night. convention of the National Diatetic
PiH SIGMA S[GMA Association in New York City last
Sylvia Miller, former student of week.
Wheeling, W. Va., will be a guest for- -
.he week-end at the Phi Sigma Sigma r $500 Essay Contest
house. Members going away for The National Womian 's party. a
Thanksgiving are: Dora Eliahson, - s tgani ation to pro-
'34, will be in Bad City; Florence mote legislation for womens rights,
Travis, '35, Josephine Suchs, '33, Mil- has announced an essay contest i
dred Feinberg, '36, Vivian Wenner, which one prize of $500, and another
'36, and Frances Burnstine, '36, are of $200 will be awarded. Further in-
all to be in Detroit; Edith Bergman, formation may be secured by ad-
33, and Sally Levitt, '33, are to be dressing Ruth Thunton, 144 B. Street
in Flint, and Marian Atran, '33, has N. ., Washingtoni, D. C.
gone to McKeesport, Pa.
CHI OMEGA . Tcnn eeaus are permiitted to bet
Members of Chi Omega sorority on elections in other states but not
spending Thanksgiving out of town on their ow) gate el-tlC)ns until
include: Grace Haston, '34, and atcr the polls have closed
Helen Haston, '36, who will go t! alter ..............
Detroit with Eleanor Locke. '33; Oak wath Doroty Hart, '34; Gene-
Betty Caldwell, '33, will visit in De- vieve Locke, '33, will also be in Royal
troit with Elsie Hoffmeyer, '33; Oak; Gerirude Peischke, '34, is going
Maurine Burnside, '35, is to be at the to Detroit; Ethel H-oward, '35, will be
home of Margaret O'Brien, '33; Helen in Birmingham; Mary Gaylord, '35
Loomis, '35, will go to Grand Rapids: is to be in Algonac, and Ruth Root,
Alice Goodwin. '35, is to be in Royal '5. will b in Monroe.
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