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Houses Plan
Gala Week-End

For RusheesI

Fraternity and Sor
Guests Entertained
Football Begins


Returning fraternity alumni, and
continued sorority functions make
for a festive week end.
Michigan-Michigan State game is
bring back Deb Barger, '20, of De-
troit; Arthur Dyse, '28, of Chicago;
Arthur Buffington, '22, of Royal Oak;
Carl Tusch, '31, of Grand Rapids;
Paul Goebel, '22, of Grand Rapids;
and Bob Heemey, '28, of Grand Rap-
ids, who will spend the week-end at
the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
Theta Kappa Nu fraternity Will be
host to J. C. William, and R. L. Ti-
tus, of Kalamazoo; R. T. Armour, of
Grand Rapids; M. T. Taylor, of New
York; R. J. Parcels, of Detroit; C.
L. Witmer, of Flint. .
Bronze candles and bronze and
yellow mums will be the decorations
at the Friday rushing dinner. The
local alumnae were: Mrs. Nathan
Potter, Mrs. Winnaker, Mrs. Adams,
and Mrs. Breakey. At the Saturday
breakfast; blue and yellow flowers
and blue tapers are to be used. The
same alumnae will a s s i s t at the
A French motif will be carried out
at the Friday rushing dinner. French
place cards, ivory tapers, tea-roses
and larkspur will add to the attrac-
tiveness of the tables. Miss Marga-
ret Feaman, Miss Estella Holt, and
Miss Marian Widman of Detroit and
Miss Venieetia Cook of Birmingham,
alumnae, will be present.
White flowers, black tapers and sil-
houettes are the novel decorations to
be used at the Friday dinner for
rushees. Mrs. W. W. Wederman, pa-
tronness, Will be present. The Sat-
urday luncheon decorations are to
be green tapers, and orchid flowers.
The patroness present will be Mrs.
George Moe.
At their Friday rushing dinner, the
Kappa Delta's will use animal place-
cards, green candles and green and
white flowers. Pumpkins and fruit
will furnish autumnal atmosphere at
the Saturday rushing luncheon.
A rainbow color scheme will fea-
ture the Friday rushing dinner at
Zeta Tau Alpha. The place-cards
are to have women's heads on them
and the flowers and candles will be
in all the pastel shades. The alum-
nae present will be: Miss Charlotte
Munch, Miss Helen Short, Mrs. Ed-
ward Lemmon, and Mrs. Arthur
Hoyt, all of Detroit. Football place-
cards, and yellow and blue flowers
will decorate the Saturday lunch-
eon. Mrs. Wuerfel of Ann Arbor
and Mrs. Sanford Cooper and Miss
Mildred Cassidy of Detroit are the
alumnae to be present.
Baby mums and cream tapers will
form the table decorations for the
rusliing dinner to be held tonight at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority
Sigma Kappa will entertain to-
night with a pirate rushing dinner.
The house will be decorated with
skulls and crossbones and daggers in
keeping with the idea. The patron-
esses who will attend are Miss Mar-
jorie Moore and Miss Helen Moore
of Lansing, and Miss Esther Louckes
of Scottdale, Pennsylvania.
Yellow roses and tapers will form
table decorations at breakfast Sat-
urday morning.
Miss Marjorie Rough and Miss
Anna Lyle Sapin of Detroit, alum-
nae of Pi Beta Phi, will attend the
rushing dinner to be held tonight
by the sorority. The state of Vir-
ginia will be used as the theme of the
affair. Black faced mammies, pine
trees, and log cabins will be displayed
throughout the house.
Mrs. Hugh Keeler and Mr. Mar-
garet Buffington will be present at

the rushing dinner to be given by
Alpha Xi Delta tonight. The deco-
rations will carry out the Michigan
theme in yellow and blue.
Saturday night they are giving a
French dinner. The table cloths will

be red and white, and blue and white
checks, and the centerpieces will car-
rv out the red and blue theme. Mrs.
Franklin D. Shull and Mrs. A. R.
Crittenden wil be present.
Alumni who will be present to as-
sist Alpha Phi with tonight's rush-
ing dinner are: Miss Lucile McCal-
lum, Miss Betty Knight, Miss Eliza-
beth Smith, and the Misses Mar-
garet and Ellen Hanson.
Fruit, and yellow 'tapers will center
the tables, and marigolds at the side
tables will carry out the autumn
Alpha Chi Omega will use the ca-
nine species as the theme of their
dinner for rushees tonight. Dogs,
in settings of moss, will be used
throughout the house as decoration.
Mrs. D. Neill Read, Eastern province
president, and Mrs. Patricia Croute,
a patroness of the sorority, will be
Emphasizing the coming campaign,
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold a po-
litical banquet tonight for the pleas-
ure of the rushees. Table decora-
tions and place cards wil be carried
out with this idea.
Alpha Delta Pi will use an all white
background for general decorations
at the rushing dinner tonight. Place-
cards, flowers, and tapers will all be
of this color.
Miss Mary Taylor of Ann Arbor,
and the Misses Mary and Dorothy
Williams of Ann Arbor, alumnae of
the sorority, will be present. Foot-
ball will be the theme of the rushing
dinner Saturday night. Orange' ta-
pers and fall flowers will complement
the autumn motif.
Green tapers and orchid flowers
will adorn the dinner table at the
rushing party to be given tonight by
Alha Gamma Delta. The orchid
and green color scheme will be used
throughout the rest of the house.
Miss Elizabeth McDowell of Bad
Axe, and Miss Dora Polk of Ann
Arbor, alumnae, will assist.
Football decorations and p 1 a c e
cards will predominate at the Sat-
urday breakfast preceding the first
game of the season. Yellow tapers
and flowers will be used at the table.
Local patronesses assisting Delta
Delta Delta at dinner tonight will
be: Mrs. Shirley Allen and Miss Ma-
rian Stowe. Miss Helen Dahlman of
Detroit will also be present. The
guests will be treated to a bit of Mex-
ico by way of cacti centerpieces, som-
breroes as place cards, and gay ta-
blecloths and napkins.
Stately orange and yellow flowers
will decorate Alpha Omicron Pi din-
ner tables tonight. Mrs. Cora Wied-
man of Ypsilanti will be an attend-
ing patroness. On Saturday, au-
tumn flowers and colors will be used
at both luncheon and dinner.
Miss Virginia Olds of Cleveland,
Misses Helen Van Loon and Mar-
delle Carter of Detroit, and Mrs.
Nathan Potter and Mrs. Edwin Mur-
baugh will be the alumnae assisting
Delta Gamma sorority at dinner to-
night. Garden flowers in bright fall
hues will be ued as decorations.
Saturday at breakfast, old New
England decorations will give an
early Thanksgiving a t m o s p h e r e.
Birch bark, s p r u c e, and colorful
leaves will complete the effect.
Trim bellhops delivering individu-
al telegrams, and a dinner carried
out entirely in hotel style will typify
the Delta Zeta dinner tonight. Mrs.
Raphael Isaacs, Mrs. E. Humphreys,
and Mrs. Clyde Love will be assis-
tant patronesses.
Mrs. Jack Coulter and Miss Lynne
Fowler will sing at a football break-
fast carried out in the traditioal
maize and blue, on Saturday. Sat-
urdays' luncheon will be a sport

Noted Aviatrix Planning
To Start Divorce Suit.
IEW YORK, Sept. 29-(IP).--- MrF
Ruth Elder Camp announced today
hat she was planning to get a ii -
vorce from Walter Camp, Jr., hf-
third husbanc:, and her attorney is-
sued a statement giving "increasing
incompatibility and differences b'e-
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Parker, Sheafer, Waterznn,
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314 S. State St., Ann Axrbr

Dr. Fishers To
Return Horme
Fromn Variation
Minister To Resume Post
As Pastor Of Methodist
Chuirch of Ann Arbor
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher and Mrs.
Fisher, of Cambridge Road, will re-
return to Ann Arbor tomorrow from
a six weeks' vacation in Europe.
Much of their vacation wVas de-
voted to study and travel in Ger-
many, where Dr. Fisher spoke at the
opening of the Theological Seminary
at Frankfurt and preached at the
American Church in Berlin. Both
Dr. Fisher and his wife spent a week
in Geneva at the conferences on
international affairs, the Japanese-
Manchuran question, and European
economic and political problems with
special reference to Germany.
Meet Political Leaders
Here they met with representative
leaders from India, London, and the
League of Nations in discussion of
the Indian situation. Late news of
Mahatma Gandhi and the National-
ist movement was relayed to Dr.
Fisher and Mrs. Fisher by Charles
P. Andrews and Dr. S. K. Datta
iell-known Indian statesmen, who
are old friends of the Fishers.
Mr. Andrews has gained the repu-
tation of being "the best loved white
man in India," and is an intimate
friend of Gandhi, while Dr. Datta
is president of the Forman Christian
College at Lahore. is a member of
the Government National Assembly,
and last year was a delegate to the
London Round Table Conference on
Widely Feted
Many social affairs were given in
honor of the Fishers by friends from
Palestine, India., France, and the
United States.
Mrs. Fisher was a student in the
Geneva S c h o o.1 of International
Studies, presided over by Prof. Al-
fred Zimmerman. She attended daily
lectures and discussions on world
problems. Upon her return to Ann
Arbor Mrs. Fisher plans to resume
her local responsibilities, a m o n g
which are the chairmanship of the
State A. A. U. W. Committee on In-
ternational Relations, and the lead-
ership of one of the State Round
Tables on the Cause and Cure of
Dr. Fisher is minister of the Meth-
odist Episcopal Church here. He
will take up his duties in the pulpit
Sunday with the customary morning
Iowa Professor's Talks
'Go On Air' This Year
IOWA CITY, Sept. 29.-UP)-Six
University of Iowa professors will de-
liver their lectures before a micro-
phone the first semester of this
school year.
Last year the university broad-
cast three courses, and three more
have been added this fall.
Courses to "go on the air" include
argumentation and debate, com-
mercial geography, the French revo-
lution, the English novel, nineteenth
century music and general astron-
Woman Wants Maiden
Name hI Her Campaign
WASHINGTON, S e p t. 29-(U)-
The right of. a married woman to
use her maiden name in running for
public office is being agitated by the
National Woman's Party. The cam-
paign is directed toward Connecticut,
in behalf of Miss Elsie Hill, of Nor-
folk, 11 years married to Prof. Albert

To See State .rnae

Governor Wilbur H. Bucker who
Iwill be the guest of the Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity Saturday. Gover-
nor Brucker will arrive in tan Arbor
in time for luncheon and will then
go to the game. He will probably
have a box. Immediately after he
will leave for Detroit where he is to
R H th vens Feted
Regents Will Entertaiil
Week-End Guests From
Various Parts of State
This week-end is proving excep-
tionally entertaining f o r faculty
members and their guests, as far as
trips to and from Ann Arbor are
Regent Junius E. Beal and Mrs.
Beal are entertaining Regent Rich-
ard Smith and Mrs. Smith of Grand
Rapids, and Regent Ralph Stone and
Mrs. Stone of Detroit as their house
guests this week-end. Friday night
Regent and Mrs. Beal ,rill be hosts
to a few friends at dinner.
President Alexander G. Ruthven
and Mrs. Ruthven, and Vice-presi-
dent Shirley W. Smith and Mrs.
Smith will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kahn this week-end, at
his home in Bloomfield Hills, Detroit.
Professor Hugo P. Theime and Mrs.
Theime sailed a week ago today for
an extended trip abroad. Professor
Theime expects to spend the year on
the continent, studying in Paris and
other cities in France. He is working
now on a new edition of his biblo-
graphy of French literature.
Annual Dance Of City
Officers To Be Nov. 7
The Policemen's and Firemen's
Ball will be held this year on Nov.
7 at the Masonic Temple on Fifth
Avenue, it was announced yesterday
by Harold E. Gauss, chairman of the
Last year Dean Alice H. Lloyd ex-
tended the hours for women students
so that they might go to the ball. It
was considered immensely successful
then with two bands, one playing
popular dance tunes and one devoted
exclusively to old-time music. Both
floors of the building were used.
The bands for this year have not
as yet been decided on but the coin-
mittee on entertainment is now open
for bids

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