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Autumn Flowers Decorate
Tea And Dinner Tables
Frosty Days Inspiration
For Novel Party Motifs;
Tapers Lend Air
Autumn days inspire many a house
with motifs for rushing parties this
year. Breakfasts, dinners, teas, all
are set amidst autumn leaves or bows
of bitter sweet. Mums and bachelor
buttons, zinnias, lend color to tables,
or perhaps one finds a blushing rose'
or bright snapdragon. Interesting
too are some of the unusual themes
around which one finds the Satur-
day and Sunday morning breakfasts
planned. Tapers of various hues lend
a festive atmosphere to the dinner
and tea tables.
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi breakfast menu Sun-
day morning will include sausages
and waffles and the table decorations
will ocnsist of red zinnias and red
candles. At the tea a fall motif will
be carried out with bittersweet and
orange flowers and candles. Mrs. O.
W. Haisley and Mrs. G. Carl Huber
are to pour.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Fall colors are to be the motif for
the Sunday breakfast at the Gamma
Phi Beta sorority. Yellow chrysan-
themums and yellow and orange ta-
pers will decorate the tables.
$mall tables. each decorated in a
pastel shade, will be used at Delta
Zeta's Sunday morning breakfast.
The Sunday tea, the sorority colors,
pink and green, will predominate and
the flowers wil be pink roses and
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Sunday breakfast decorations at
the Kappa Alpha Teta house will be
in maize and blue, with yellow mums
a sd bi edbachelor buttons. Pink
roses mixed with baby-breath and
pink tapers will be used at the tea.
Mrs. J. F. Worley and Mrs. Theo
Klingman, both of Ann Arbor, will
Daisies, yellow buttons and yellow
tapers will decorate the Kappa Delta
Sunday tea, at which Mrs. Carl Hu
ber will pour.
Frosty white and silver will deco-
rate the Sigma Kappa tea table on
Sunday. Mrs. L. Hopkins will pour
for the sorority. They will also have
a breakfast which will be a la Aunt
Jemima. Yellow and black will be
the predominating colors.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha sorority is having
three functions on Sunday. Fall
flowers and black candles will be
used on the breakfast tables. At
luncheon, the color scheme will be
orchid and green, and pouring at
their tea will be Mrs. George Moe
and Mrs. William McLaughlin.
Mrs. Phyllis Reynolds, chaperon,
is pouring for Delta Gamma sorori-
ty on Sunday. Tall tapers and a flor-
al centerpiece will be used on the
Slim black candles and gay fall
flowers will be used at the Chi Ome-
ga tea for rushees on Sunday. Mrs.
J. J. Corliss is pouring for the chap-
ter, A Sunday breakfast will be
Southern style and carried out in
bright shades of red and yellow.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
An English breakfast will be given
Sunday morning by the Tri-Delts.
Their tea will be a traditional Bos-
ton tea party.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi will entertain at tea
Sunday with Mrs. Caleb Smith pour-
ing. Black tapers will be contrasted
with red and white roses for the
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Alpha Chi Omega will start its
Sunday program with a breakfast to
be in old southern decorations. They
will continue in the afternoon with
a tea, American beauty roses and
green tapers will adorn the table.
Mi:. Neil Reid will pour.
Collegiate Sorosis will feature jade
cornucopias filled with fruit as, their
decorations for the rushing dinner
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Fall flowers in golden shades will
provide table decorations for the
rushing breakfast to be held Sun-
day morning at Alpha Omicron Pi.
In the afternoon, tea will be served,
for the pleasure of the rushees, at
a table laden with pink roses. All
decorations will be carried out on
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this color scheme. Mrs. Cora Mae
Wiedman of Ypsilanti will pour.
ALPHA XI DELTA
1arm clocks, pillows, hot water
bottles, and other boudoir accessor-
ies will help to create atmosphere at
a pajama rushing breakfast to be
given Sunday morning by Alpha Xi
Delta. Mrs. Robert Hall of Ann Ar-
bor, a patroness of the sorority, will
pour at tea Sunday afternoon. The
table will hold orange tapers and
marigolds, the orange color scheme
being used throughout.
To celebrate the victory (or mourn
the defeat) of Michigan, a buffet
supper will be held Saturday eve-
ning after the opening game of the
season. The sports motif, carried
out in goal posts and footballs, will
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Alpha Gamma Delta will hold a
dutch breakfast Sunday morning in
honor of rushees. Blue and white
flowers set in wooden shoes will form
a novel centerpiece for the table,
Windmills placed beside these will
help put the guests into a Holland
frame of mind. Place cards will be
cut in the shape of wooden shoes,
For 65 Women
elen ellnuth and Jean
errini Are In Charge
Martha Cook will formally initiate
sixty-five women Sunday afternoon
at 5:00 in the blue room of the dor-
mitory. The guest of honor repre-
senting the alumnae will be Miss
Helen Hanlon, '23, of Detroit. Dur-
ing Uh ceremony she will give an
address and following the initiation
will be entertained at dinner. She
will be accompanied by Miss Harriet
Blum, '23, also of Detroit. Miss Hel-
en Hellmuth, president of the dor-
mitory, and Miss Jean Perrin, social
chairman, are in charge of the ar-
rangements. Candelabras and roses
will be used for decorations.
Fifty-six women from the dormi-
tory will attend the play, "Reunion in
Vienna" starring Alfred Lunt and
Lynn Fontaine, Monday evening at
the Cass theater in Detroit. The
party chaperoned by Miss Margaret
Ruth Smith, Social Director of the
dormitory, will leave Ann Arbor by
bus immediately following dinner.
Flock Back To
State Game Brings Former
1 eni>ers Back To Their
Fraternities For Day
Fraternity houses on campus are
doubly busy with entertaining this
week-end, for in addition to the reg-
ular rushing activities, the Michigan
State game has brought hosts of the
'Old Grads' back for the day. Mem-
bers of chapters at Lansing are turn-
ing out in force, and many dinner
parties have been planned.
Alumni guests expected for the
game and to assist with rushing at
the Sigma Nu house are: Mr. Jewel
Cochelon, Mr. Joe Shannon, and Mr.
Raymond Watson of Detroit; Mr.
Douglass Miler of Fort Washington,
N. Y.; Mr. Luther Boes of New York
city; Mr. Edgar Racine of Mt. Clem-
ens; and Mr. Roy Hudson of Ge-
Saturday's game is attracting the
following alumni to the Psi Upsilon
fraternity house: Mr. Nathan Rum-
ney and party, Mr. Robert Edward
Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Math, all of Detroit; Mr. Hickman
B r i c c of New York city; David
Holmes of Kalamazoo; and Mr. Pen-
niman of Battle Creek.
Michigai-Michigan State game is
bring several alumni to the Chi Phi
house who will also stay for rush-
ing: Mr. Orville Parker of Detroit;
Mr. A. Davidson and Mr. Robert:
Townsend of Toledo, and Mr. Henry
Pendell of Saginaw, are all expected
Pi SIGMA KAPPA
Deb Barger, '20, of Detroit, Arthur
Dyse, '28, of Chicago, Arthur Buf-
fington, '22, of Royal Oak, and Carl
Tusch, '31, Paul Goebel, '22, and
Bob Heemey, '28, all of Grand Rap-
ids, wil be week-end guests at the
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.
A number of Detroit alumni are
returning for the week-end to the
Zeta Psi house, among them being
Herbert Rich, '31, of Detroit, George
Judson, '28, Detroit, Frank Chapman,
'22, Ezra Blackwood, '16, G r o s s e
Pointe, Jack Frost, '22, of Detroit,
James Kranner, '27, Charles Kran-
ner, '29, and Herbert Carrow, '02,
all of Detroit.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA
Howard York of Iron Mountain,
Michigan, and Fred DeWitt, of De-
troit, were guests at the Alpha Chi
Sigma house this week-end.
By CAROL J. IJANAN, '3,4 a beautifully h e a v y appearance,
ossom forth in the evening. Lay sometimes even woven with metal
everything even faintly remi- and sometimes. in ":low relief" like
nt of daytime wear and appear that cut velvet of a few years back.
mething long, clinging and ro- Satin is heavy, sometimes brocaded,
thinlong Viclinin sndro- with stripes or designs worked in.
tic. Look Victorian in softly Paris has used daring in color
ng skirts, and big sleeves and cP a i os u oo dhingyenr. O ne
escrt il lok wic t se i combinations too this year. One
escort will look twice to see if well-known house has taken a to-
are the same young lady he took ml-own house has tae ato-
1e game that afternoon. Don't mnato redl pebbly crepe, made it hug
fraid of being "too dressed," as the throat in front, cut it low in
as the frock isn't a formal it back, given it huge puffy sleeves and
propriaterand will add new zest fastened a wide purple velvet belt
e dance at the League or the around the waist for a stunning ef-
n. fect. Light tones of green and blue,
some trimmed with goldlace are very
'ening fashions this year have a acceptable for fall as well as the
zess of fabric and a luxury in darker shades. Fashion has allowed
mings that is in marked con- use to be individual for our eve-
to the almost severe simplicity nings, as long as we look to the best
aytime clothes. The materials of our ability quite luxurious, per-
he entire gamut from sheer wool haps a little languid, and altogether
Leavy brocades. Velvets of all lovely.
Romantic Victorian Styles Will
Be Worn For League Dance
kinds are good as Well as lace anda
satins. These fabrics always have
been good, of course, but this sea-
son they have been modified. While
the chiffon velvet of last year is
still acceptable the new uncut velvet
is the 1932 version. Lace that we
lived in last spring has developed into
Michigan Dames Plan
First Meeting Next Week
All eligible women are invited to
attend the opening meeting of the
Michigan Dames club, which will be
held October 4.
The Michigan Dames club, first
known as the Organization of Stu-
dents' Wives was established in 1914.
Its purpose is primarily to furnish
enjoyable social relations for those
women whose husbands are enrolled
as students in any division of the
Meetings are held the first and
third T u e s d a y evenings of each
,month at 8 o'clock in the Grand
Rapids room of the Michigan League,
Chinese and American Foods
(1 E. Williams St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
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