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29, 1932







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Houses Feature
For Rushees
Alumni Returns To Assist
Fraternities, Sororities
At Fall Rushing Parties
Fraternities and sororities continue
to entertain rushees with dinners of.
unusual novelty. Originality is dis-
played in selection of themes and
in the decorations used for table
George' Ott of Chicago, Walter
Yeagley of New York, and Dean Es-
ling of Lead, S. D., have beenvisit-
ing for the past week at the Alpha
Sigma Phi to help with the rushing.
Other alumnae who have been back
are Benny Oostebaan, Ann Arbor;
Charles Oakman, Detroit; H e n r y
Grinell, Detroit; William Flora, De-
troit; John French, Ann Arbor;
Frank Brady, Detroit; and Dr. Brace
of Ann Arbor.
At the Delta Sigma fraternity
Ronald Hodgan, '3, who has been
working in Canada, and Willard
Zentgrebe, '32, from Detroit, have
been helping in the rushing. Charles
Bachelor, '23, and Walter Harris, '31,
both of Ann Arbor, have also been
attending the dinners.
The fraternity held a smoker Tues-
day night for rushees, instructors,
and members,
Michigan holly and red candles to
give a fall effect were the decora-
tions chosen by Alpha Delta Pi for
their rushing party, yesterday. Ann
Arbor alumnae who attended were
Mary Taylor, '31, Virginia Kanen,
'29, and Madeline Shields, '28,
Red and white roses and white ta-
pers will be used for tonight's din-
ner. Mary Simpson, '28, of1 Ainn
Arbor, and Dorothea Schmidt, '30,
Grosse Pointe, will attnd.
A cabaret dinner carried out by
red and wl ite checked table cloths
and red and black candles was fea-
tured by Alpha Cli Omega last
D. Neill Read, eastern province
president, will retplrn to the house
today to spend the rest of the week.
Alpha Epsilon Phi entertained at
dinner Wednesday for fifteen guests.
Fall flowers with matching candles
were used.
The house entertained as its guest
yesterday, Natalie Arden, '32, of De-
A pastel color scheme of pink and
ivory, in roses and tapers was used,
at Wednesday's rushing party, Alum-,
nae guests who attended were Dora
Polk, '36L, and Florence Hiscock, '32, ,
Ann Arbor.
Cut flowers and candles in light
green and orange decorated the din-
ner table last night. Betty Smith,
'32, Jackson, was there as guest.
Alpha Xi Delta entertained Wed-
nesday at a sports p a r t y. Place
cards emphasizing sports were used.
A hard times party will be given this
The decorations were ivory tapers
and marigolds. Fall flowers were
used in the living room.
Mrs. Jasper Cristy, patroness, and
Ruth Witter, '30, of Detroit, were
guests of honor.
yellow and blue predominated in
the decorations for Chi Omega's
rushing dinner last Wednesday night,
the colors being carried out in the,
menu 'as well as inrthe flowers and
tapers. Guests were Miss H a z e I
Woodley, Miss Clara Jean Leith, and
Miss Dorothy Emery of Ann Arbor.

At tonight's party yellow and green
decorations will be used.
A political party was the unique
theme chosen to entertain rushees
at the Delta Delta Delta house last
ni4hf,. Red, white, and blue trimmed
tables had donkeys and elephants
mounted on small grandstands. Place
cards carried out the idea.
Delta Gamma sorority went Teu-!
tonic last night with checkered table-
clof~); ths, and Grm1an)-stems as withe
thee for a novel dinner. Alumnae
ssiting were: Mrs. Nathan Potter,
Mrs,. Edwin Murbach, Miss Virginia
Olds, Cleveland, Miss Helen Van
Look, Detroit, and Miss Mardelle
Carter, of Detroit,
Tonight, the sorority is planning
a patriotic football dinner, the col-
ors to be blue and yellow. Alumnae
f4r t i mhI tiludc: Mrs, Johannes
8 Q prakard ft.
Tod; ,' ", I
Iw turk - ot Veal
V g tab e Salad and Potutt s
Chipped Beef on roast with
Poached Eggs

Plekker and Miss Margaret Diefen-
dorf, both from Detroit.
Assisting the Delta Zetas at din-
ner last night were patronnesses Mrs.
Raphael Isaacs, and Miss Frieda
Kessler of Ann Arbor. The alumnae
who attended, were: Miss Gail Saun-
ders of Grand Rapids, Miss Lynne
Fowler of Cedar.Rapids, Iowa, Miss
Ethel Massehink of Marshall, Mich.,
Miss Dora Herbert of Ann Arbor,
Miss Mary Dunnigan of Detroit, and
Mrs. Lucille Cooks of Cleveland, a
national officer.
Mrs. Mildred Colter, and Misses
Mary and Jean Lightfoot enter-
tained the guests with vocal selec-
Decorations in delicate shades of
blue and pink helped in carrying out
a French atmosphere.
Gamma Phi Beta alumnae last
night for a dinner with purple and
white decorations, were: Miss Linda
Eberbach, Miss Adelaide Simons of
Saginaw, Mich., andd Miss Margaret
Seybold of Jackson, Mich. The din-
ner was progressive, and friendly in-
formality was the keynote.
Tonight, brown and tan shades will
Quaint bouquets of yellow mari-
golds and blue bachelor buttons were
used at the Kappa Alpha Theta din-
ner last night. Alumnae who at-
tended, were: Miss Marian Widman
of Detroit, and Misses Margaret Fea-
man, Estelle Holt, and Jean Tren-
bley of that city. Local alumnae were
Misses Helen Ladd and Katherine
Tonight, slim ivory tapers emerg-
ing from French bouquets will deco-
rate the tables. Alumnae at dinner
tonight include Misses Margery Mul -
len, Dorothy Brown, Dorothy Tier-
rick, and Alice Moore, all from De-
troit. Miss Olivia Powell of Ann
Arbor will also assist.
Shin models and blue and white.
colors made a nautical dinner at the
Kappa Delta house last night.
Attendant alumnae were Misses
Helen Cheever, '31, and Emily Bates,
'32, A Detroit alumna was Miss
Dorohy Felske, '32.
The Kappa Delta crest and colors
will be used tonight as the decora-
tive scheme. A additional alumna
will be Mrs. Carl Hueber.
Snapdragons and w h i t e tapers
were the theme of the decorations at
the rushing dinner last night at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Miss
Anne Harsha, '34, Miss Eugenie Cha-
nel, '32, and Miss Dorothy Sample,
'32,of Detroit; and Mrs. A. W. Bish-
op, '35, and Mrs. David N. Nichol,
'35, of Ann Arbor, assisted.
Pi Beta Phi held a unique rush-
ing party in the form of a pirate
dinner Wednesday evening. Treasure
chests filled with jewelry formed the
centerpiece of each table. Red can-
dies in bottles completed the set-
"Sleepy Time" will be the theme
f tonight's rushing'dinner. Pillows,
2andles, and alarm clocks will add
o the atmosphere, and California
;oppies and yellow tapers will be
sed as decorations on the dinner
Dinner was served in Oriental
fashion, with Chinese flowers and
decorations used throughout, at the
Sigma Kappa rushing party last
night, A Chinese menu was featured
Mrs. Irwin Earl, and Mrs. Howell
VanAuken, of Detroit, patronesses of
the sorority; and Miss Lydia Baird
alumna from Detroit, and Miss Jo-
sephine Ruten, of Dearborn, will be
oresent at the rushing dinner to-
night. Fall flowers and yellow ta-
ners will be the decorative scheme.
Art was the subject of the rush-
ing dinner given last night by Zeta
Tau Alpha. Following this idea,

place cards in the form of pallets
were used. Gold tapers and laven-
der and yellow flowers formed an
attractive pastel color scheme.
Mrs. Blakely of Detroit, and Miss
Dorothy Piper of Flint attended the
The residents of Adelia Cheever
house entertained at dinner Wed-
nesday evening for Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Washburn, of Ferdon Road,

Ann Arbor To
M e e t Princes
Visiting City
Former German Royalty
Will View Points Of
Interest On Campus
Ann Arbor and the University will
be hosts Saturday, Oct. 1, to two
former members of the German royal
family. Prince Frederick Wilhelm
and Prince Louis Ferdinand, grand-
sons of Germany's former Kaiser,
will be the guests of President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven for the day, and
will include in their visit a tour of
the university.
They will arrive early Saturday,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ben March, and
a Mr. Duncan, all of Detroit, and
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Guthe of the Mu-
seum of Anthropology. They will
go at once to the home of Presi-
dent and Mrs. Ruthven and will start
from there for a trin through vari-
ous interesting parts of the Uni-

Cost Of cosmetics Drops Liutle
As Result Of The Federl Tax

Fraternity guests
At the completion of their tour the
party will go to the Delta Upsilon
fraternity house for luncheon where
they will be the guests of the alum-
ni of Delta Upsilon who are in the
party, and of the active members in
the house.
After luncheon the grorp will at-
tend the Michigan-Michigan State
football game as guests of Dr. Ruth-
ve in the President's box. Imme-
diately after the game they will re-
turn to Dr. and Mrs. Ruthven's home
where they will be guests at a tea
in their honor, after which they will
then pay a call at Betsy Barbour
dormitory and will be received by
Mrs. Diekema, directress of the dor-
mitory, and Miss Joyce Black, '36,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Black,
members of the party.
The group will then return to the
Delta Upsilon house for dinner. In
the evening they will be the guests
at the regular dance at the Michi-
gan Union, and will return to Detroit
the same night.
Are Sons of Crown Prince
The two Princes are sons of the
former German Crown Prince, Fred-
erick W itli e 1 m, who has figured
largely in the news of late as a pos-
sible candidate for president of the
German Republic. They have been
in this country for some time get-
ting acquainted with A m e r i c a n
methods of manufacturing, com-
merce, and education. The trip to
Ann Arbor will not only be a pleas-
ure trip, but will also be in the
nature of a view of modern Ameri-
can educational methods.
Do you have eN
you need for y
study room?
Desk Sets
Paper Clips
es k Blotters
Remington Port
Stationers, Pri
Phone 4515 Office 0

A thing of beauty may be a joyl
forever to some people but it's not toi
Mr. Hoover or whoever it was that
put that nasty tax on cosmetics.
Not that the various concerns didn't
cover the tax themselves, they did,
but that means no reduction on the
school-girl complexion this year. To
be beautiful back in days of '29 (re-
member when the family bought the
car?) was not such a feat as far as
the amount of cold-creams, cleans-
ing creams, and even a few "cremes,"
which is the same thing exactly ex-
cept two dollars more for the spell-
ing, is concerned.
It's nice to know, though, that if
certain articles had been on the mar-
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Hockey C1u1
Announces Its
First Meetino
Alans have been made by the Ann
Arbor Hockey Club for an initial
practice and meeting Sunday morn-
ing at 9:30 o'clock at Palmer Field
The club was very active last year
under Dr. Margaret Bell, former
president. Ann Zauer, '29, captain
of the team, and Miss Jane Bigelow
of Ann Arbor High School, acting
president for this year, hope to con-
tinue the policy already begun. In
November, a tournament is to be
held, with teams from Lansing, De-
troit, and Ann Arbor participating,
The place of the meet has not been
decided as yet.
Graduate students and Ann Arbor
women who are not already members
of the organization are invited to
take part in the meeting, on Sunday.
A heart and lung examination is
necessary for eligibility to try out.
For further- information, women are
asked to call Jane Bigelow at 22995.
Martha a Cook Entertains
For Entering Women
The last year's members of Mar-
tha Cook dormitory entertained for
the girls who entered the house this
year with a spread at 10:30 p. m.
Wednesday. Helen Hellmuth, Grad.,
the house president, was in charge
of arrangements.
Patent leather is the best
My feet have ever found
But they rebel at patent
When patten on the ground.
Get half-soles and Rubber Heels
at the
college Shoe Shop, 426 Thompson
Phone 6898 - Free Delivery

ket a few years ago they would be
more then than they are now. Take
gold eye-shadow for instance. We
are assured that if it had come out
then it would have sold for $1.75
a case, and now it only sells for $1.50
which is a saving of a quarter if that
cheers you any. There are a few
compensations after all, such as a
seventy-five cents reduction on large
quantities of powder and rouge. Then
Cody has offered a nice little black
and silver lipstick for fifty cents asr
a tribute to the Depression, also
powder blended to match the skin
is only $1.50 and there was a time
when we always paid at least two
dollars to make sure that our face
matched the rest of us. And with I
all the free make-ups they're offer-
ing us we should discover that the
comparative cost of being beautiful
should be more economical than it's
ever been before.
Athena Will 11411 Meelini
To Plan Year's Work
Athena literary society will hold
their first meeting of the year in the
Athena room this evening. Plans
for the year will be discussed, ac-
cording to Gladys Baker, '32, presi-
Parker, Sheaffer, aten n,
Conklin, etc., $1.00 ad up.
A large and choice assorlnent
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