THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fraternities Are Expecting
Several Alumni In Ann
Arbor At Parties
Fraternities are being kept busy
with plans for the week end for wel-
coming back alumni to the chapter
houses and opening the houses for
dances after and before the North-
western game Saturday.
Delta Upsilon fraternity is expect-
ing the following guests for next
week end; Mr. and Mrs. James La-
fer, '27, Mr. and Mrs. Gayard La-
fer, 1?aul Jerome, '25, Robert Siewert,
'24, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yerkes, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Block, De-
troit; William W. Taylor, '30, Ben-
ton Harbor, Mich.; Lawrence Hecht,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Free-
man, Sr., Winnetka, Ill. The chap-
ter is planning a dance after the
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity will
entertain many guests next week end
among which will be: Marie and
Margaret Purser, Sarnia, Ont., Ar-
thur Ahlstrom, '30, Worster, Mass..
Kathryn Johnson, Eleanor Sykita,
and Herbert Suhr, South Haven,
Mich., Clarence Masters, '31, Alpena,
Mich, George Dillon, '26, South
Bend, Ind., Mr. and Mrs, Claud
Snarry and Jane Mitchell, '32, De-
troit, Mrs. A. Mitchell and Edith
Mitchell, Jackson, Mich.
ALPHA CHI RHO
Alpha Chi Rho fraternity enter-
t ained the majority of the Delphix
fraternity of East Lansing among
which were two members of the team
Joe Kowatch and Harvey Bauss.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA
Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity enter-
tained the following guests last week
end: Howard Bjork, '30, Iron Moun-
tain, Mich., Frederick DeWitt, '29,
Detroit, T. Baker, '29, Lansing, Mich.
The Delta Phi fraternity is expect-
ing many of its alumni back for the
Northwestern game this week end.
Among these are Henry and Alex-
ander Gage, '32 and '28, of Detroit;
Raymond Perring, '20, of Detroit;
Charles Fines, of Wyandotte; An-
drew Carnegie, of Detroit; and Hen-
ry Morton, of Detroit.
Mrs. J. D. Elder, of Ann Ai'bor, and
Mrs. E. R. Iolles, of South end,
Indiana, will be guests of the house
at dinner tonight.
The Hermitage fraternity is hold-
ing its annual closed alumnus home-]
coming dance next Saturday night.
Many of the alumnus and their
guests are expected to arrive in time
to attend the Northwestern game,
and will stay over to attend an alum-
nus dinner to be served at the house
on the following Sunday noon.
Delta Chi fraternity had the fol-
lowing guests last week end: Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Ruttle, Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. Laurie, Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Gilman, Robert Waul-
worth, '28, Donald Swan, '27, and c.
Robinson, '29, Detroit.
Acacia fraternity entertained the
following alumni as guests for the
Wyvern To Ofer
Unique Plan For
Wyvern, junior honorary society,
is sponsoring a unique plan to
acquaint members of the faculty with
the students on an informal friendly
basis, according to Harriet Jennings,
'34, president. The idea is to be car-
ried out at luncheon at the League
cafeteria, beginning next week or the
Members of the teaching staff will
sit at certain tables; the girls com-
ing to eat at noon, will make their
choice of tables according to the
personnel of each.
The other officers of Wyvern, elect-
ed last spring, are: Grace Mayer, '34,
secretary, and Margaret Allen, '34,
Ho use El ee Ltit
Sororities Close Season Of
Rushing With Formal Dinners
Chia ien hiosey
.1.r Be Held 'Today
Jordan Hall held its annual elec-
tion of house chairmen and corridor
captains Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The result of the elections for
chairmen was Margaret Be ket, '33,
social chairman; Mary Earnshaw,
'35, and Janice Rice, '36, tea chair-
men; Mary Catherine Snyder, '34,
activities; Virginia Hartz, '34, assist-
ant; Helen Brenner, '33, Athletics;
Maretta Martinech, '35SM, music;
Jane Brydges, '34, library; Dorothy
Richardson, Grad., s c h o1 a r s h i p;
Hazel Hickman, '36, dramatics, and
Helen Levison, '35, publicity.
Those chosen to represent each
corridor were Leona Prouter. '36
Jane Brydges, '34, Virginia Allmand,
'36, Estelle Goldstein, '33, Margaret
Jennings, Grad., Elizabeth Spray,
'36, Maretta Martinech, '35SM, Mary
Louise Burgess, '35, Helen Schmude,
'33, Amelia Perkovitch, '33, and Jan^
Cooper, '33. Elections of the com-
mittee members will be made later.
Mrs. Rupert Kahn will pour at tea
this afternoon in Jordan Hall.
Union Dance To Honor
Northwestern's football team will
be honored at the Union dance Sat-
urday night. Don Loomis' orchestra
For the Union formal to be given
Nov. 4, Henry Busse's, Husk O'Hara's
and Johnny Hamp's orchestras are
under consideration, according to
Charles Burgess, '34, who is chair-
man of Union dances, and who will
be in charge of the arrangements for
the formal. The price will be two
dollars a ticket.
Michigan-State game: Russell H.
Moore, '32, of Lansing, Paul Roes-
ner, '32, Detroit, R. Rudolph, from
the Penn State chapter, Robert Max-
son, the guest of R. Moore. and W,
D. Crawford, '32, of Tiffin, Ohio.
Next Sunday, Acacia will hold an
open house. Miss Evelyn Reed of De-
troit, the guest of Sherman Hatch,
'32, will attend.
Sororities are planning the last
formal rushing affair tonight to end
the annual period of intense rush-
Bronze, pink, and blue, the Delta
Gamma colors, will decorate their
formal tables tonight. Cream tapers
will light the dining rooms. Talis-
man and red roses will be used
lb roughout the house. Mrs. Ralph
Aigler, and Mrs. W. E. Brown, Jr.,
will be the assisting patronesses,
while the alumnae are: Mrs. Alfred
Connable, Mrs. J. B. Plekker, Miss
Margaret Dieilendorf, and Miss Don-
na Jones, the last two being from
White tapers and green and white
floral pieces will decorate the Kappa
Delta tables tonight. The sorority
will use their crest on the place
cards. Patronesses will be: Mrs. C.
Meloche, Mrs. Hunt Bailey, Mrs. W.
R. Cowden, and alumnae are: Miss
Willena Kalmbach of South Lyons,
Michigan, Miss Dorothy Cummings
of Pontiac, Miss Hilda Eastcoat of
Grand Rapids. Also, the Misses Isa-
belle Jenkins and Evelyn Ballard of
GAMMA PHI BETA
Continuing last night's decorations,
Gamma Phi Beta will have as ad-
ditional patronesses: Mrs. Nathan
Potter, Mrs. Fra Loomis, Detroit,
Mrs. E. Adams, and Mrs. Henry
Douglas. Alumnae will be: Miss Es-
ther Way of Saginaw, Miss Theo-
dora Thielman of Grand Haven, and
Miss Betty Wheeler of Grand Rap-
ALPHA VHI OMEGA
Alpha Chi Omega will use gleam-
ing silver candles and blue delphi-
niums on their tables tonight at the
formal rushing dinner. Two patron-
esses from Detroit will be Mrs. D.
Neil Reed, and Mrs. Paul Krause. A
local patroness will be Mrs. Boone
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Scarlet and buff roses, green ta-
pers, and crested place cards will
make Alpha Gamma Delta table fes-
tive tonight. Alumnae attending the
dinner will be: Misses Florence Hif-
cock, Dora Polk, Helen Chapin, Jo-
sephine Carlton, and Violet Parker.
ALPHA P k
Bordeaux roses and silver tapers
will center Alpha Phi tables tonight.
Alumnae who will be present are:
Miss Jane Robinson of Saginaw,
Misses Ella and May Hanson of
Grayling, Michigan, Misses Kay Ti-
tus and Kay Turner of Battle Creek,
Misses Virginia Gies, Ruth Lehman,
of Doodale Chevoit
For ie Gamc-on 1aturday
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We have thcm in Lustrous
Angora with or without brims
whichevcr you prefer for only
and Lucy McLelland of D e t r o i t,
Misses Susan Short of Saginaw, and
Betty Smith of Saginaw, will also
ALPHA XI DELTA
Tables for the formal dinner to-
night at the Alpha Xi Delta house
will hold white pom-pon-s and yel-
low candles. Patronesses <ttending
will be Mrs. Robert Hall of Barton
Hills and Mrs. W. W. Newcomb.
Alumnae from Detroit will be Miss
Mary Helen Tyre and Miss Ruth
Otto. A local alumna, Mrs. D. Kel-
sey, will also attend.
ALPHA EPSILON PIl
Orange and yellow will be the pre-
dominating shades in the autumn
decorations used by Alpha Epsilon
Phi tonight. Yellow candles will lend
a soft glow to the dining room. Pa-
tronesses Mrs. M. Levi, Mrs. R. Isa-
acs of Ann Arbor and Miss G. Brown
and Mrs. M. Finsterwald of Detroit
will be present. An alumna, Miss
Bert Desenberg, '32, will also attend.
THETA PIl ALPHt
White tapers and white roses will
distinguish the tables at the rush-
ing formal to be given by Theta Phi
. Mrs. Schurzer of Ann Arbor, as
well as several alumnae, Margaret
Brady, Ann Robb, Helen Fleet, Julia
Mae Conlin, Mrs. Kathleen Batie,
and Virginia Brodell will be present.
a nS otough an interiationial meeting to
aY coreSsettle the problem."
As a final criticism ofiW presct
SG. u P. Tariff administration, the speaker pointed
out that President Hoover maintains
1' T rT'il 11 automobiles at government ex-
Pojicy 1 i 1a k tpense while President Woodrow Wil-
d son had only two; that Hoover has
ReceptiOn For StudentsC> four private secretaries while Wilson
In Parm cy I Hed tCntinued from Page 1) !had only two; that Hoover, had the
zInPharmacy Is Held gain with France, the United States Mariines build a road up to his pri-
At a reception held in the Alumni would also be forced to admit Cze- vate estate; and that the President
room of the League building last cho-Slovakian hand-made gloves at has five marines constantly stationed
night, the members of the faculty the same rate. In this way we have C the estat whose salaries are pak
of the college of pharmacy and their destroyed any possibility of recipro- for by the United States.
w ives entertained the students of city agreem ent." t at sc oo ._ne oM ._ai eysrje ts_______
ha ho One of Mr. Rainey's projects for MCIA
The event is an annual affair somedtime has been a bill providina-G R
which is usually held about the see- tional agreement as a result of an E
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President Hoover recently branded Lu0
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alliance. However, tepresentative Salisbury Stcak Lab o)
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MaaesCu ilhl hi nment agreeing with the stand of the 35e
Managers Club will hold their an- League of Nations in censuring
nual meeting on Saturday, Oct. 8, at Japan, essentially an entangling alli- Dinner
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Hawley Tapping, secretary-treasurer. Roast rork and Cinnamon Apple!
Harold H. Emmons, president of the "The Lausanne conference declar- ram -aaed Potoe s i
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Harwood, Mrs. William VanFleet, "and the Bank of International Set- Home made Rolls
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Webb will be present at the rushing no international monetary standard 40c
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Earl, Mrs. Howard VanAuken, Mrs. bor will be present.
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