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Fraternities Busy Arranging
Post-Football House Dances
With the opening of the football William Brown, '20, of Ann Arbor;
season come plans for dances at William Cooper, '28, of Ann Arbor;
many of the fraternities. The week- Laurel G. Blair, '31, of Toledo; W. B.
end of the Northwestern game the Nash, '32, of Saginaw; Loy Suther-
Sigma Chis are planning a formal, land, '29, and Miss Louise Cooley, '29,
the Phi Sigma Kappas, the Theta both of Flint; Rissell Sims, '28, of
Chis and the Pi Lambda Phis infor- Detroit; Talmer Crawford, '31, of
mal dances. Flint; C. J. Wilkie, '07, of Detroit; K.
There will be tea-dancing at the
Delta Upsilon house. The Phi Kappa
Psis and the Theta Xis will make
merry after the game.
ALPHA SIGMA PHII
Mr. Henry Barnell, Mr. and Mrs.
Oakman, Mr. James Shea and Mr.
William Wallak were guests from De-
troit of the Aluha Sigma Phi frater-
nity. George Oct, John Duffield, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Budurrts and Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Mushey were also
guests of the house over the week-
Interest in the visiting nobility and
the opening of the football season
brought back to the Delta Upsilon
house a number -of Alumni and
friends. Former Princes Louis and
Frederick Ferdinand of Germany
were guests of the fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Black, of Dear-
born, and daughter Joyce; Mr. and
Mrs. L. K. Siewart and Neil Gabler,
of Ann Arbor were there over the
week-end. James Lafer and his bro-
ther Thomas, Paul Jeromhe and Frank
Eberhart came up from Detroit.
William Duncan, Miss Pardee, and
Miss Sutton were also guests of the
Among the guests of the Psi Ome-
ga fraternity from Detroit were Dr.
L. C. Freimuth, Miss Virginia Mer.-
rill, Dr. E. D. Martineck, Miss Irma
Kupler, Arthur Wilbur, Dr. Dingman,
Miss Thelma Muir, Dr. Lane, of
Reading; Dr. Taylor, of Hudson, Dr.
Markey of Deerfield, Mich., and Dr
Draper of Plymouth were also back
Dr. Isledyke, Mr. Stapleton, and Dr.
and Mrs. DeVries came down from
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
The Delta Kappa Epsilon frater-
nity entertained many guests over
thet week-end. From Detroit were
Henry Whiting, Hugh Hitchcock,
John Marshall, Henry L a t h r o p,
James Bayne, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Johnston, Charles Dachorme, Miss
Virginia Ford, Howard Kresge, Miss
Anne Kresge, Gaylord Gilles, Ed-
mund Shirley, Miss Louise Gunter,
Bruce Chalmers and Ted Hammond.
Col. and Mrs. Walter Scott Butter-
field and Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Conk-
lin came from Battle Creek.
Wayne Schroeder and Mrs. E. J.
Dayton and her daughter Muriel
were guests from Kalamazoo. From
Saginaw were Miss Virginia Snyder
and Miss Katherine Schmelzer. Miss
Helen Francis, Benjamin Boutelle,
Holland Krafft, and Francis J. Busch
came from Bay City.
Byron Largyear, Lansing; Dave
Monroe, of Lansing, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Buckley of Grand Rapids
were also present for the game.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonald, Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Bishop and their
daughter Betty; A. G. Bishop, Wil-
liam and Fred Pond, and Miss Vir-
ginia Palmer were all down for the
Michigan State game as guests of
The Theta Xi fraternity entertain-
ed many guests over the week-end.
Among these were Ralph Waterbury,
'28, Robert S. Reason, '29, Kurt R.
Kydel, '24, Robert . S. McCoy, '30,
John Mathes, '28, and W. T. Kellog,
'25, of Boston.
There will be a dance at the house
after the Northwestern game next
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Phi Kappa Sigma entertained a
number of guests and alumni this
week-end. Those present were Frank
Waters, '30, of Saginaw, Mr. Will
Bleckenstein, '23, of Detroit, and
Mrs. Bleckenstein, Andrew Holmes
of Flint, P. C. Giles, '28, of Detroit,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair of Toledo,
Miss Frances Winkoop of Saginaw;
Fred Thomas, '25, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Dawson of Flint, Miss Jean Boswell,
'31, of Flint; Mildred Hazelwerdt, '31,
of Royal Oak; Miss Louise Kaelin of
Detroit; Miss Mary Berry of Ver-
milion, O; Joseph Parsons, '27, of
Detroit; Manny Giles, '28, of Detroit;
R. C. Turner, '20, of Allegan, Edward
Stark, '23, of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Perkins, '23, of Norway, Mich.,
J. Andrews, '32, of Allegan; John
Ewing, '28, of Detroit; William An-
gell, '17, of Ann Arbor; B. J. Samp-
son, '27, of Chicago; Fred Topsel, '29,
of Windsor, Ont., and Russel Edison,
'23, of Detroit.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity en-
tertained Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thomp-
son, of Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Park, of Detroit, at the house
over the week-end.
Earl F. Shoening, of Chicago, re-
gional vice-president, a n d M r s.
Shoening paid their annual visit this
week-end. Miss Gretchen Kantor of
Grosse Pointe; Ford Stoddard, '28,
of Chicago; Leslie Butler, '27, of
Lansing; Edwin Yerks, '30, of De-
troit; Judd Weaver, '28, of Detroit;
Frank Lowell, '30, of Detroit; and
Rolland Stanger; '30, of Chicago were
also there during the past week.
Sigma Phi entertained several
alumni guests this week-end. Among
them were Irving S. Burke, '32, of
Grand Rapids; Robert S. Davis, '32,
of Kalamazoo and Robert Wilson,
,26. The fraternity entertained Sun-
day at a tea for alumni and parents
of rushees. Tie guest list included
Dean Emeritus Mortimer E. Cooley,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bursley, Mr. A. L.
Trowbridge of Detroit and Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred B. Shaw, and Mrs. John
Lend Note To
By CAROL J. HANAN
Formal fashions entered this year
with softly trailing skirts, romantic
looking sleeves and lovely Victorian
We were properly thrilled while in
New York early this fall to be able
to attend the opening of a well-
known fashion house that sells to
the smartest shops on Fifth Avenue.
We couldn't believe our eyes when
the first gown to leave us almost
breathless was made of sheer wool.
It was gold colored and trailed on
the ground behind. The only trim-
ming was a wide bright green velvet
belt with a gold metal buckle. Short,
beautiful fitted jacket with big
sleeves of the same green uncut vel-
vet made a striking contrast.
A lovely frock of the ingenue type
that next appeared was of a heavy
pink brocade. The cut of this dress
was particularly beautiful. It fitted
the figure perfectly by clever little
tucks and masterly cutting. The
neckline was high, wide and very
handsome. It revealed the shoulders
and the sleeves were Victorian in
their puffiness. A wide silver metal
belt encircled the waist and at the
left hip was a bunch of silvery pas-
tel colored flowers.
Another frock on the same line was
made of metal lace. And not only is
the lace beautiful, but it is woven
through with a metal thread, and is
durable as well. Here at last is a
lace that we cannot put a heel
through, even if the frock is so long
that we occasionally do trip up in it.
No sooner had we decided that we
were going to "go ingenue" when we
changed our minds at the next gown
that came in and decided that we
would like to be a little wicked in-
stead. It was a brilliant red Bag-
heera velvet worn on a tall willowy
model with black straight hair worn
low on the neck and the kind of
violet eyes you read about. The gown
was like a sheath-it fitted so beau-
tifully-and ended in a short trail
in back. It had a very low decollette,
but what gave it its individuality
were the broad straps of white er-
mine that made the wearer look like
our idea of a Russian princess.
Regent and Mrs. William L. Cle-
ments of Bay City, who attended the
Michigan State football game here
Saturday, entertained after the game
at dinner for a party of friends from
Bay City and Ann Arbor.
Crown Prince's Sons Now
Honorary Members Of
Ann Arbor Fraternity
Delta Upsilon fraternity pledgei
the year's two most outstanding
"freshmen" when they gave the ritu-
al last Saturday afternoon to former
Princes Frederick Wilhelm and Louis
Ferdinand, members of the deposed
German royal family, and guests of
the fraternity and of P r e s i d e n t
Ruthven for the day.
The ceremony was witnessed by
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Black, Mr. Dun-
can, and Mr. and Mrs. James La-
fer, all of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs.
Neal Gabler of Ann Arbor All the
men of the party were alumni of Del-
The two grandsons of the former
German emperor were very much
impressed by the ceremony, accord-
ing to members of the chapter, and
were hearty in their appreciation of
the honor that had been done them-.
Members of the fraternity stated
that they would take steps with their
national organization to make it pos-
sible for them to make the new
pledges honorary memberss.
After the ceremony the two visi-
tors joined a party including Miss
Joyce Black, '36, Miss Pardee, '36,
Mr. Duncan and Miss Saunders, '36.
They attended the regular dance at
the Union and the guests returned
to Detroit that evening.
jIRobert L Goodale
At one of the loveliest of autumn
ceremonies Miss Eunice Clark Camp-
bell, daughter of Professor and Mrs.
Oscar James Campbell of Ann Ar-
bor, became the bride of Robert
Leonard Goodale, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Percy A. Goodale of Boston.
The wedding service was read by the
Rev. Henry Lewis at 8 p. m. Sat-
urday, in St. Andrews Episcopal
Church. The bride's sister, Miss
Emily Campbell of Ann Arbor, was
maid of honor, and the bridesmaids
were Miss Catherine Sellew of Ann
Arbor and Miss Grace Cheney both
former classmates of the bride at
Benjamin Goodale, of Lexington,
Mass., acted as best man and Freder-
ick Kleene and Dr. Norton Canfield,
both of Ann Arbor, Elliott MVid-
dy, George Meyer of Edwardsville,
Kan., and John Kreps, Jr., were the
An informal reception was held at
the home of Professor and Mrs.
Campbell following the ceremony.
Alpha Nj Will Hear
Executive O Korea
James K. Dunn, executive of the
Korean National Commission, will
speak before the Alpha Nu speech
society at its annual freshman smok-
er tonight, according to Charles
Rogers, '33, president. Mr. Dunn,
who is a former Alpha Nu member,
will talk briefly to the society before
his address on "Korea in the Mod-
Harvard Students Show
Interest in Room Plan
A letter from interested students
at Harvard University was received
yesterday by the secretary of the
Michigan Socialist Club, asking for
details as to the system used in the
operation of the two new Socialist
The Harvard students had seen the
story of the two co-operative houses
in a recent issue of the New York
Alpha Chi Omega carried out the
autumn theme in decorating the
house for Monday night's rushing
dinner. Autumn leaves and flowers
were used throughout the house, and
gold tapers centered the tables.
Mrs. B o o n e Gross, Mrs. Paul
Krause, and Mrs. D. Neil Reid, the
latter two from Detroit, were the pa-
tronesses. The house had as its
out of town guests, Miss Greta
Krauss of Saginaw, and Miss Janith
Gillette of Howell.
ALPIIA DELTA PI
Decorations for the Alpha Delta
Pi rushing dinner Monday evening
were appropriate to Hallowe'en, this
theme being carried out in the
pumpkin, a p p 1 e, and cat-shaped
place cards, as well as the black ta-
pers and centerpiece of orange flow-
ers, which added an attractive touch
to the tables.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
At the Alpha Epsilon Phi dinner
last night, Mrs. M. Mahrer, the pa-
troness, assisted. - She will do the
same at a dinner tonight. Last night
table flowers in fall shades and green
tapers were used. The same decora-
tions will be repeated tonight.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Coral, pink, and rose gladioli were
used at the Alpha Gamma Delta din-
ner last night. Green tapers com-
pleted the color scheme. Alumnae
assisting were the Misses Hily Bale
Parker, Florence Hitchcock, and Hel-
Alpha Phi sorority used many-
hued zinnias and green candles at
their rushing dinner last night. Miss
Katherine Turner of Battle Creek at-
tended. She will also be at tonight's
dinner. The dinner will repeat last
ALPHA OMIiCRON PI
Gladioli and zinnias in w a r m
shades of red and yellow were used
as a complement to ivory tapers at
the Alpha Omicron Pi dinner last
night. The attendant patroness was
Mrs. Jasper Christy. Acting in that
capacity tonight will be Mrs. Cora
May Wiedmann of Ypsilanti. The
decorations for both nights will be
ALPHA XI DELTA
A cruising party-all hands on
board-was the theme for the Al-
pha Xi Delta dinner last night. Or-
ange flowers and candles were used
as the color scheme. Miss W. W.
Newcomb was the patroness.
California poppies and blue-eyed
geraniums made an exquisite center-
piece for Chi Omega tables last
night. Among the alumnae attend-
ing the dinner was Miss Hazel Wood-
Mrs. Margaret Daykin, of Cleve-
land, poured for Delta Zeta's rush-
ing dinner Monday evening. The col-
or scheme of black and pink was car-
ried out in candles and tapers. Doll
decorations featured the table. The
affair was in charge of Helen Goff,
GAMMA PHI BETA
Fruit decorations will strike the
keynote for this evening's rushing
dinner at the Gamma Phi Beta
house. Tomorrow's dinner will be
given in informal Bohemian style
with small tables, checked cloths and
bottles with candles in them to car-
ry out the idea. Mary Seybold, '32,
of Jackson; Adelaide Symons, '32, of
Saginaw; Fra Loomis, '31, of De-
troit; and Theodore Thielman of
Grand Haven will be the alumnae
Kappa Delta will give a brownie
party tonight. There will be minia-
Novel Ideas Lend Attraction
To Sorority Rushing Dinners
ture brownies on the tables and can-
dles and autumn flowers will carry
out a color scheme of orange and
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
An Italian dinner is to be featured
at the Kappa Alpha Theta house to-
night. The centerpiece will consist
of vegetables suggestive of Italian
foods. The tables will have red and
white checked tablecloths and vari-
colored candles will be used. The
guests from out of town will be Mrs.
R. W. Sinclair, Marian Wideman,
and Virginia Lane, all of Detroit.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Decorations for tonight's dinners
will be fall garden flowers and cream
tapers. Betty Frank of Jackson will
be a guest.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
China was the theme of the rush-
ing dinner held last night at Phi
Sigma Sigma. The guests, as well
as the members, were garbed in pa-
jamas and dinner was served on the
floor, carrying out a Chinese menu.
The decorations and place cards also
adhered to this idea. Mrs. Pearl
Minkin, Mrs. Mabel Kaplan, Mrs.
Shirley Cutler, Mrs. Gladys Coblin,
Miss Lenore Singer, and Mrs. Doro-
thy Hart, alumnae from Detroit,
PI BETA PHI
Table decorations were carried out
in yellow at the Pi Beta Phi rushing
dinner last night. Bowls of mari-
golds formed centerpieces, with yel-
low candles completing the scheme.
Black and white will be the back-
ground for decorations at dinner to-
night. White baby mums and black
tapers will adorn the table. Place
cards will be designed in modern-
Mrs. Archibald Diack, Mrs. Palmer
Christian, Mrs. Alfred White and
Mrs. Charles Jamison, all of Ann Ar-
bor, will be present.
Sigma Kappa held a cabaret din-
ner last night. The sorority house
was decorated to represent the Sil-
ver Moon cafe, with candles in bot-
tles on each small table. A fortune
telling booth completed the scheme.
Dinner tonight will manifest the
real estate idea by means of small
marble houses, placed in the center
of the dinner table. On the place
cards will be sketches of the chapter
rose and white.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
A local version of Hollywood was
presented last night at the rushing
dinner given by Zeta Tau Alpha. The
guests and members all represented
movie stars and were identified as
such by placards pinned to each.
Place cards were found at the tables
with the names of the stars on them.
The dining room decorations were
carried out in lavander and yellow.
Tea roses and autumn flowers were
used to adorn the living room.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha entertained at
dinner Monday evening. The deco-
ration scheme of black and orange
was carried out in black tapers, fall
flowers, and novel place cards. The
affair was in charge of Marie Heide,
Alumnae guests were Ann Robb,
'30, Morayne Podesta, '32, and Mar-
garet Brady, '28.
FREED IN GAMING 'ASE
DETROIT, Oct. 3.--(IP)-John D.
Palmer, said by police to be a slot
machine operator, was given his
freedom when .he appeared before
Judge Robert M. Toms Monday on a
writ of habeas corpus. Palmer gave
himself up to the sheriff Friday
when he learned he was wanted. He
had been out on $1,000 bond.
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