THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Week-End Will Feature
I cees, Initiations By
Phi Kappa Sigma initiated four of
last year's pledges Sunday at a spe-
cial- ceremony. The new members are
Gunnard Antcll, '34E; Herbert Roosa,
33; Louis Pinney, '35; and Richard
The fraternity will holdra dance
the night before the Northwestern
ame. Fifteen brothers from North-
western are expected.
PHIl KAPPA TAU
Phi Kappa Tau fraternity is ex-
pecting the following guests for the
Northwestern game: Howard Stew-
art, Cleveland; Helen Kennedy and
Mary Golden, Detroit; Harry Bald--
win and Harvey Baldwin, Flint. A
dance after the Princeton game is
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity had the
following quests 1 a s t wee-en:
Ralph Richmond, Kenneth Bellinger,
Edger Braister, Junior Burroughs,
Robert Urch, and Carl Cobb,rLans-
ing; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reed, George
Hellurigh, '15, Krym Nagelkirk, '28,
Franz Rooney, '27, Detroit; and Wil-
liam C. Braime.
The patrons of the formal dance
at the Sigma Chi house this week-
end will be Capt. and Mrs. Carol
Powell, of Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
Hodges, of Lake Forest, Ill; and Mr.
and Grs. (eorge Slagle, of Ann Ar-
Sigma Nu entertained many guests
and alumni over the past week-end.
Among these were Glen Carson, '29,
of Detroit; Robert Roach, '36, from
the chapter at Rose Polytechnical
School; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ganschow, '19, of Saginaw.
Guests of the house included Mr.
11. McGee and son, Harry, of Sag-
inaw; Floyd Allen of Chesaning,
Mich.; Gerald Muscott of Michigan
Statc College; Gordon Miller and
Fred Antony of Mt. Clemens, Mich.
The fraternity is expecting Mayor
Murphy, '12, Colonel Tiurlow Coon,
'30, Charles Drawbridge, '93, and
Richard Lambrect, '22, to come. from
Detroit for this week-end. Bernard
De Vries '07, will also return.
Twenty members are expected from
thee NI~' i estern chta1er to arrive
TI4ETA DELTA CHII
Charles Kline, '32, former business
manager of the Daily; Judson Peck-
ham, '32, and William Burt, '32, last
year's golf manager, are leaving
Wednesday at midnight on the S. S.
Manhatten for Europe.
Union Will Hold Third
Annual Formial Nov. 4
Plans are being made for a formal
dlance to be held at the Michigan
union Nov. 4, with Charles Burgess,
34, chairanan of the central commit-
tee, in charge of arrangements.
Tickets will be $2. The orchestra
has not yet been selected.
Bobby Arnst Divorces
Motion Picture 'Tarzan
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 4.-(/P)-Bob-
by Arnst, musical comedy actress of
New York and Hollywood, was grant-
ed a divorce today from "Johnny"
Weissmuller, champion swimmer and
portrayer of "Tarzan" roles in the
By Yeasts Befozre
;evcra out of town guests were
entertained by Prof. Fieldfing -. Yostt
and Mrs. Yost last Saturday at a
breakfast held in their home beforet
the game. Covers were set for twelve.,
After luncheon the party went to the
Mr. and Mrs. James Shirley Sym-
ons of Saginaw, Miss Adelaide Sym-
mons of Saginaw, Mr. John A. Wor-
Icy and Mrs. Worley of Ann Arbor,
David Zinerman of Ann Arbor,
Kinneth Ferguson of Saginaw, Jane
Kidson of Lorraine, Ill, Mr. John R.,
Effinger Jr. and Mrs. Eflinger (the
former Ruth Waltzer of Ann Arbor)
and Fielding H. Yost, Jr., were
among those present.
Register As Rushees Be,
Alpha Gamma Sigma, campfire so-
rority, will begin rushing with a tea
Sunday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Karl Malcolm, 1606 Cambridge
Road. Several events are planned
to follow the tea during the course
of the week. Pledging will take place
at a weekend party at Bass lake.
Alpha Gamma Sigma was founded
in the fall of 1927 by a group of Uni-
versity women who were former
members of Campfire. Meetings are
held at least twice a month, and are
given over to outdoor activities, edu-
catipnal purposes, social service, and
general social activities. Since mem-
bership is limited to women who have
been Campfire girls, rushing is usu-
ally deferred until the third week of
Alpha Gamma Sigma is officially
recognized on the campus as a Uni-
versity organization. It offers the
advantages of membership in a so-
cial sorority without the expense and
responsibility of a chapter house.
The members of Alpha Gamma
Sigma invite all former Campfire
girls who are interested to register
with Miss Ethel McCormick in the
League building not later than Fri-
Tea Dancing Pan
Of r Lea~iie Proves
"One of the most attractive fea-
tures of the new policy this year at
the League is the tea dancing pro-
ject," Jeannie Roberts, 32, one of
thle hostesses, said yesterday. "Rt has
proved very popular so far, the novel
lightig effects espcially 11 vine inTt
'Mnder the new plane dancing i
helot from 3 to 5 o'clock .every after-
noon except wekenlds, with music
furnished by Done Cowa and his
band. 'he orchestra has been placed
in a niche in the cetr of the floor,
while dancing is held lei a sae
cleared around them-. ''ee floor has
been specially treated for snooth
-0One of the features of the enter-
prise is its ,,sure appal to all stu-
dents who have been agitating for
lower rates in the campus restau-
rants. A couple may spend the en-
tire period dancin gfor a reasonable
sum," Miss Roberts said.
Originalityf color Scheme
Feature At Sorority Forinals
Pink roses and itapers are to fea-
!ure the Wednesday formal dinner
at Theta Phi Alpha. The rose mo-
tif will also be carried out as far
as possible in the menu. Mrs. Allen
H. Scherzer, patroness, will be there,
as will the following alumnae: Miss
Virginia Bordell, '23; Miss Margaret
Brady, '28; Miss Ruth Brady, '26;
Miss Ann Robb, '30; Miss Virginia
Hamlon, '31; Mrs. John O'Hare, '18;
Miss Abigail Moon, '31; and Mrs.
Roy Batie, '31.
ALPHA XI DELTA
An unusual color scheme. featur-
ing black tapers, white roses and
black and gold place cards is to be
carried out at the Alpha Xi Delta
formal dinner Wednesday night. Mrs.
C. D. Thorpe, patroness, will attend.
PI BETA PHI
Wine and blue flowers, white tap-
ers and place cards bearing the so-
rority crest will be used at the Wed-
nesday rushing formal dinner. Alum-
nae present will be : Mrs. Frederick
B. Fisher; Mrs. G. Carl Huber; Mrs.
Alfred White; and Mrs. Herbert Up-
The color scheme to be carried out
at the Wednesday formal dinner is
lavender and deep red, the sorority
colors. The decorations will consist
of deep red roses, lavender candles
and white gilt-edged place cards.
Mrs. W. Hopkins and Mrs. Van Fleet
of Ann Arbor and Mrs. Howard Run-
dell and Miss Frances Coke of De-
troit, all alumnae, will be present.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Lighted candelabras on either side
of the doorway to the dining room
will be used at the formal rushing
dinner to be held tonight at the
Gamma Phi Beta house. Calla lillies,
white gladioli, and white chrysan-
themums wil form the centerpiece
of the U-shaped table. Iluminated
crescents will be placed at either
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma will use
white roses and blue delphiniums,
surmounted on either side by white
tapers, as table decorations at the
formal rushing party tonight. Place
cards will be white, and will bear the
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Decorations at the Wednesday for-
mal dinner will consist of turquoise
and silver baskets,'silver tapers and
yellow tea roses. Alumnae expected
to attemid are: Miss Thelma Cooper
(f Detroit;- Mrs. Hira . Brench of
oyal Oak and Miss Marice Fingerle,
Miss Elva Pascoe, and Miss Helen
Gustine, all of Ann Arbor.
A center piece of pink Kilarney
roses and sweet peas and green ta-
pers will be the decorations at the
Delta Zeta sorority for the Wednes-
day formal dinner. Miss Lillian
Rhodes, Miss Shirley King, Miss
Freda Dooersig, Miss )rL White,
Miss Mary Dunnigan, Miss Katy
Washington and Miss Helen Aulph,
all of Detroit: Miss Marjorie Cuth-
bertson and Miss Dorothy Lone of
Flint; and Miss Helen Harlow, Jack-
son, alumnae, will attend.
White roses and ivory tapers will1
adorn Kappa Delta's dinner table at
the formal rushing affair tonight.I
Mrs. B. Bailey. Mrs. E. R. Sunder--
land, Mrs. F. G. Davis, Mrs. Beryl
F. Bacher and Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, alumnae of Ann Arbor, will
Out of town guests present will be
Dorothy Cummings, '32, Pontiac;
Willema Kalmback, '32, South Ly-
ons; Eleanr Cook, '30, Ann Arbor;
Helen Checever, '30, Ann Arbor; Emi-
ly Bates, '32, Ann Arbor; Dorothy
Felske, '32, Detroit; Sally Ensminger,
'32, Detroit; Murilla Howland, '32,
Detroit; and Isabel Jenkins, '30, De-
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Kappa Alpha Theta will carry out
a pink color scheme in table decora-
tions tonight at their formal dinner.
Pink roses in a silver bowl and pink
tapers in silver candlesticks will form
the centerpiece. Mrs. J. J. Walzer
of Ann Arbor, an alumna, will attend.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Canary yellow and aquamarine
used both in flowers and tapers will
decorate Phi Sigma Sigma tables at
their rushing formal tonight. Mrs.
M. Babson, their house chaperon,
will act in the capacity of patroness..
Chi Omega's rushing formal to-
night will be carried out entirely in
white, with white carnation center-
pieces and nut cups, white tapers,
and lace cloths.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Mrs. Ailene Yeo, '29, and Mrs.
Howard McClusky will be present
at the rushing formal to be given
by Alpha Chi Omega tonight.
The tables will be decorated in
pink roses and tapers.
Deep red roses anctapers will
form the background for the formal
rushing dinner to be given by Aloha
Omicron Pi tonight.
gal 2 ernic dkM3
Mrs. E. Wiedman, of Ypsilanti, and
Miss Alta Atkinson, League irec-
tor, will be present.
Silver bowls of Bordeaux roes and
silver tapers will form the table deco-
ration for Alpha Phi's rushing for-
Miss Betty Smith, Miss Kate Ti-
Louise Woodward, Miss Susan Short,
Miss Lucille McCallum, and the
Misses Margaret and Ella Hanson
Helen Morris, Marian Davis, Mar-
garet Guisendorf, Mrs. J. D. Klekker,
p - r
bU lat'Ie ~
y CAROL J. HANAN
Rushing dinners thlis last week
have been decorated not only by
their tables but by their guests as
well. Candle-light makes long deli-
cate earrings sparkle, and gives mys-
terious shadows to black velvet.
One lovely frock that seemed to
positively gleam was of black velvet,
reaching the floor. The sleeves were
full to the wrist and slit from the
shoulder down. The neckline was
high in front as well' as in the back,
which repeated the note of the
sleeves and was open to the waist,
The dress was trimmed at the neck
and around the openings of the
sleeves and back by a border of
Another dress of black velvet dis-
played the popular "two in" one"
idea. Without the jacket it Was a
simple butlovely formal trimmed d
only by gold sequin shoulder straps.
With the jacket, which was tricky
enough to look more like a cape, it
was a smart dinner dressd
Still another black velvet typified
the formal afternoon dress that
comies about threec inches above the
ankle in length, The skirt was of the
vvlvel, but the top part was made of a
lovely dead-white wool lace. The
neck was high and the sleeves large
One afternoon dress was of black
crepe with huge uncut velvet sleeves
of bright red. A "dressier" type was
made of bright red crepe, high in the
mieek, and trimmed with gold lace at
the wrist. The lace showed through
Ihe slit of the long full sleeves.-
Bron made an attractiedinner
dress for one blonde young lady. The
material was one of those indescrib
able crepes, thin and rough. The
round high neckline was buttoned
up by a row of square little rhine-
stone buttons. The belt was of rhine-
stones and metal.,
Of Season Given
Byw Woman's CliiJ
The opening meeting of Mr Ain
Arbor Woman's Club was held yes-
terday, in the form of a reception.
In the receiving line were the presi-
dent and members of the executive
board and the honorary nembrs of
the club, Mrs. Alexander Ruthven,
Mrs. Leroy Cram, Mrs W. P. He-
derson, Mrs. Carrie Cushing and Mlrs.
Omar Harrison. Guests of honor
were Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of wo-
men, and her assistants, Mrs. Beryl
F. Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry and
Miss H. Stevenson.
After the reception a short pro-
gram was given consisting of a brief
address by the president, a skit en-
titled "At the Sign of the Cleft
Heart," a reading by Mrs. Glen Love-
less and songs by Mrs. Alice Dexter
Gray from Michigan State Normal.
Cumberland University, at
non, Tenn., furisiled seven
als to the Confederacy from
SShow Your Colors
Goodyear's .Have Them!
What's a football game without some of that old foot-
ball enthusiasm and atmosphere! No excuse for not
showing the colors when GOODYEAR'S has hundreds of
yards of bunting and paper cambric in the colors of all
schools on Michigan's schedule.
and Mrs. Ralph Aigler will be present
at the rushing formal to be given by
Delta Gamma tonight.
The tables will be decorated with
fall flowers and yellow tapers.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi will give a ship
dinner tonight, with ship place cards
Mrs. Helen Cummings of Ohio,
Province president of Alpha Delta
Pi, Virginia Kramer, Mary Simpson,
Hazel Stebbing, Wilma Guinter, and
Bunny O'Toole will be present. Pa-
tronesses at the formal will be Dr.
Margaret Bell and Mrs. Allan S.
Whitney. Alumnae attending are
Mrs. William Waltz, Mrs. W. Bu-
chanan, and Miss Katharine Aud-
Here's the schedule of home games and the colors:
Oct.. 8 - Northwestern, purple and white.
Oct. 22 - Illinois, blue and gold.
Oct. 29 --Princeton, orange and black.
Nov. 12- Chicago, maroon and white.
2 -inch Colored Bunting, oly..........7c a ydf
27-inch Paper Cambric, oly..........1oc a yd,
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