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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAMPUS

SOCIETY

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
NOTICE W4NTED

Alumni Back
For Football
Entertainments
Houses Feature Dances,,
Dinners For Week-End
Of Northwestern Game
Fraternity entetrtainments make
gay the week-egd of the Northwest-
ern-Michigan game. The strenuous
period of rushing over, the various
campus Greek-letter organizations
are welcoming alumni and other out-
of-town guests for the traditional
football festivities.
In addition to dinners and suppers
after the game, many houses are
starting the season with football
dances.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alumni returning to the Alpha
Delta Phi house for the Northwest-,
ern game this week-end are Ross
Kidston, '05, of LaGrange, Ill.; L. W.]
Smith, '03, of Grand Rapids; Thom-
as Wanty, '11,; E. T. White, '08, La-
peer, Mich.; S. R. Williams, '08, La-
peer, Mich.; Bernard Holbrook, '25,
of Buffalo, N. Y.; John Loveland, '34,
of Jackson; Robert Montague, '32, of
Saginaw; Charles Wise, '32, of Kala-
mazoo; C. H. Hacker, '03, of Grosse
Point, Mich.; Robert Heferan, '32,
of Grand Rapids, Mich.; George
Thompson, '07, of Grand Rapids;
and H. R. Patterson, '17, of Grand
Rapids.
CHI PSI
Chi Psi fraternity entertained the
following alumni last week-end: Mor-
rison Taylor, '21, Douglas Brien, '32,
John Reindel, '32, William Crane, '32,
Dr. and Mrs. Richard McKean, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McKean, Detroit;
Martin Craw, '31, Elkart, Ind.; Mr.
and Mrs. George Duffy, Mr. and Mrs.
James Duffy, and Edward Westover,
Bay City, Mich. The girls entertain-
ed were: Mary Morley and Mary
Adele Shaw, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
For the Northwestern game they
are expecting: L. B. King, '12, Guy
Greene, '10, D. B. Crane, R. W.
Weatherby, Mr. and Mrs. Clemens
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Knaggs,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Newbro, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Newbro, Jr., Charles
Navin, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Toles,
Jack Treble, '23, Dr. and Mrs. R. Mc-
Kean, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc-
Kean, Detroit.
R. M. Ireland, '13, Portland, Or.;
Mr. and Mrs. George Haskins, Wine-
tka, Ill.; LaMarr Brace, Bloomfield
Hills, Mich. The girls entertained
will be: Maxine Smith, Virginia Ro-
baut, Kathleen Gate, Detroit; Bar-
bara Smith, Pontiac, Mich.; Pauline
Bowe, Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Betty
Brede, Birmingham, Mich.
HERITAGE
Hermitage will be host to many
guest over the week-end. William
Baker, and Frank V. Gibbs are com-
ing from Chicago; James Coates,
from Grand Rapids; M. J. Burns,
from Binghampton, N. Y.; Earl Cafe,
from Rochester, N. Y.; Frank Chat-
field, and Desmond Tyler, from Pon-
tiac; poward Johnson, from Monta-
gue,, Mich.; Bob Mosher, from Bay
City; Paul Hamilton, from Dearborn;
and Dutch Shumacher, from Royal
Oak, Mich.
Kappa Sigma is planning a Pledge
Formal for Friday night, October 14,
which will be a closed dance. The
patrons and patronesses for the
dance will be Captain and Mrs. Carol
Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oaks,
and Lieutenant and Mrs. Coursey.
Among those returning to Kappa
Sigma for the week-end are Judge
Angus Shannon. of Chicago and his
son, H. E. Shannon, '33L, John Noyes,
'32, and Carl Richardson, '32.
Pill DELTA THETA

An informal open-house dance to-
night after the game will be given in
honor of the Phi Delta Theta here.
from Northwestern. The chaperones
are to be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fee of
Detroit.
Arrangements have been made
with Peter Blomquist for music by
Barry Blairs' orchestra and a feat-
ure group of blues songs by Miss
Billite Johnston. Mr. Blair has been
playing at the Country Club, the
Plum Hollow Country Club, and the
Detroit Yacht Club.
Guests for the week-end will in-
clude: Messers Douglas Roby, Rob-
ert Rains, Stuart Smith, and Allen
Kessler of Detroit. Indiana will be
represented by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Petrie, Fort Wayne, Miss Josephine
Glenn, Mr. William Glenn, Mr. Hay-,
den Harlow, and Mr. John Petrie of
Huntington. Misses Evelyn and Jose-
phine Wistert and Mr. John Heppes
and guests will attend from Chicago.
Mr. Orren Lane and a party of
scven from Toledo are expected,
while Lansing, Michigan will be rep-
resented by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clark,
and Mr. Bruce Anderson. Bardstown,
Kentucky, will be represented by the
Misses Sabina Kelly, Naomi Talbot,
and Mary Jane Cummings.
Miss Betty Arnold, Dubuque, Iowa,

Sororities Harken
To Wedding Bells
During Past Year
Many are the sorority girls who
have been married recently, during
the spring, or summer, or who are
to be married this winter, survey
shows.
Virginia Davidson, '34, this sum-
mer became the bride of Mr, McFad-
yen, and Bernadine Maylay is now
Mrs. Stowe. Both are members of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
Besides Mrs. Symons, whose mar-
riage was announced last spring, is
Mrs. Slagle, Alpha Phi, who was El-
canor Eggleston before her marriage
this summer.
Anna Dunlap, Alpha Xi Delta, was
married last spring to Mr. Leslie of
Grand Rapids, and the former Eth-
el Crowe is now Mrs. Robert Bruce
Griff en.
Among the affianced at Alpha Del-
ta Pi are Jane Crosby, '32, of Can-
tonville, Maryland, who has an-
nounced her engagement to Mr.
Mosher. Frances McNamara, '32, of
Sarnia, Ontario, has also announced
her engagepent.
Alice Charles, '31, Alpha Chi Ome-
ga, became Mrs. Beacher Gary of
Jackson, this last year. Louise Gan-
iard Johnson, '31, is living on Long
Island with her husband, Lawton
Johnson.
Last year Miss Margaret Gentz,
Pi Beta Phi, announced her engage-
ment to Mr. Chadwick, and Miss
Jane Brown was engaged to Ken-
neth Quinn.
During the summer Miss LaVerne
Weidel, '32, was married to Victor
Corliss Armstrong, '31, and the cou-
ple is now living in Detroit. Mrs.
John Coulter, the former Miss Mil-
dred Drinkauss, '30, is now living in
Ann Arbor in the Peterson Apart-
ments. Miss Adria Parks, '33, is en-
gaged to Victor William Humphry
Palmer of East Cleveland, and Miss
Jeanne DuBois, '32, of Grand Rap-
ids is also married. The brides are
members of Delta Zeta sorority.
Ramsdell Leaves Today
On Tour Of InspectiOnl
Prof. W. F. Ramsdell of the School
of Forestry and Conservation will
leave today on a tour of inspection of
the reforestation work at the biolog-
ical station at Douglas Lake, it was
learned yesterday. Professor Rams-
dell is doing this work in co-opera-
tion with Dr. George R. LaRuc.
Miss Virginia Blight of New York
City, Miss Juanita Whitaker, Miss
Mary Honeywell, and Mr. Henry
Graham from Delhi, New York, Mr.
Fred Walters of Huntington, Mr. A.
Novack, Evanston, Miss Ann Hend-
ricks, Lincoln, Nebraska, Misses
Dorothy Tubbs, and Harriet Bond
from Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Harri-
son Simrall of Lexington, Kentucky,
Mr. Paul Steketee, Jr., and party
from Grand Rapids, and Mr. E. J.
Wolgemuth and party from Cincin-
nati are additional guests. No stags
will be admitted to the pay. !
SIGMA ALPHA .EPSILON
Among the houses entertaining
guests over the wei-end is the Sig-
"ma Alpha Epsilon house. ''he guest
list includes Mr. James G. Frey, '22,
William G. Coburn, '32, Carl Sagen,
'20, Williard Fish, '29, Jack Lindauer
all of Battle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. C.
Giller of Shelby, Ohio; Norris P.
Johnson, '32, former assistant busi-
ness manager of The Daily, of South
Haven.
Harold Tiedman and Robert David,
'32, of Chicago; D. William H. Gon-
ne, '15, of Detroit; Gordon Draeger
and Edwin F cher, Jr., of Adrian;
Gene Doster, Robert Mitchell, Buster
Gilmore, Gerald Shearer, Melvin

Ross, and John Rowe of Benton Har-'
bor; John Sauchuck, '32, last year's
football manager, and Walter Sau-
chuck of Cleveland, Ohio; John
Schroeder of Toledo; Lieutenant Don
of Selfridge Field; and O. H. Hennes,
'12, of Menominee.
THETA DELTA CIII
Among the most prominent alumni
returning to the Theta Delta Chi
house is Mr. John C. Jarrels, '07, for-
mer football star and President of
the M club, who is returning for the
game and to visit his son, John.
Other guests of the fraternity will
be Miss Elaine Fauls, Edmund Hitt-
son, Thomas Phelan, Grace Fabri,
Miss Elizabeth Johnson, Mr. A. W.
Bohnsack, '10, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Salmon, and son and wife, all of
Chicago, Ill.

Many Alumnae Newest Afternoon Dresses Are
A Rt i M dC O l D L. " #Wsd1e U .

This WeeklEndBy CAROL J. HANAN ,
.--.- When you go to his house on a
, , , Sunday for dinner, it is the occa-
zWO-Day 1 Iaertainmi enIts sion for that dressy afternoon dress
Promise Gala Opening that has been more or less concealed
from masculine eyes during rush-
0' Social Season here ing. Velvet is always appropriate,
-- - -as well as any of the rough crepes,
Alumnae of campus sororities who and as a rule we find that a dark
have come back to Ann Arbor for color relieved by touches of white or
rushing are remaining for the week- some light tone is more apropos and
end, and others from Northwestern 'more apt to make you feel at ease
or from local chapters, are returning than the bright jewel shades. That,
for the football festivities. The en- however, is a matter of personal taste
tertainments of the next two days and depends on the individual, A
bid fair to be a promising opening bright frock of Hunter's green or to-
for the year's social affair. mato red crepe if made simply and
"CHI OMEGA toned down by dark accessories can
Chi Omega wishes to announce the be charming and not at all out of
initiation of Mary Gatlord, '35, of place.
Algonac, Eethel Howard, '35, of Pon- The most important thing to re-
tiac, Ruth Root, '35, of Monroe, and member about the Sunday afternoon
Genevieve Lawson, '33, of Royal Oak.
The sorority will have as week end held Thursday by Collegiate Soro-
guests Miss Dorothea Hoffmeyer, of sis. Gold place cards bearing the
Detroit, Miss Ruth Anderson of Sag- Sorosis crest were used.
inaw, and Miss Ruth Matter of The alumnae present were Flor-
Grand Rapids. They will also en- ence Taylor, '32, Winnetka, Illinois;
tertain several m e m b e r s of the Mary Shields, '32, Fort Wayne, In-
Northwestern chapter who will be diana; Eunice Hesseran, grad., Ann
here for the Michigan-Northwestern Arbor; Betty Garrison, Ann Arbor;
game. Katherine Fitzpatrick, '30, Port Hu-
ALPHA PHI ron; Margaret Thompson, '32, De-
Miss Lucille McLean, '32, Miss 1 troit; Ellen Reeves, '32, Ann Arbor;
Maxine Nowak, '32, the Misses Mar-' Julia Quirk, Ypsilanti; and Louise
garet and Ellen Hannen from Chi- Breakey, '32, Ann Arbor.
cago as well as several guests from ALPHA OMICRON PI
the Northwestern chapter will be This week end the chapter will
week end guests at the Alpha Phi entertain eight members from the
house. Northwestern chapter of the sorori-
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ty. Other week-end guests will be
Alumni returning to the Alpha Florence Brady, '31, of Kalamazoo;
Gamma Delta house for the week Ruth Weiler, '30, of Detroit; and
end will be Miss Audra Cook, '32, Jean Boswell, '30, of Flint.
Miss Grace Kepple, and Miss Flor- MARTHA COOK
ence Tylmele, Miss Marion Racka- Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, So-
fellow, Miss Geraldine Cuntiff, and cial director of Martha Cook, an-
Miss Dorothy Davidson. nounces that she opened her annual
KAPPA DELTA series of weekly teas for new resi-
Kappa Delta will have a busy week dents of the house on Thursday.
end entertaining alumnae and guests Candles, flowers, and an open fire-
fr >m their Northwestern chapter. place made the room gay.
R ellena Kambach, '32, of South Ly- GAMMA PHI BETA
ons, Dorothy Cummings, '2, Doro- Miss Margaret Seybold of Jack-
thy Felske, '32, and Sally Ensmin- son, the Misses Carol and Betty
ger, '32, of Detroit, Irene Codding, Wheeler of Grand Rapids, Miss Mir-
'34, of Constantine, and Margaret iam White, Miss Fae Loomis, and
Friedrick, '32, of Grand Rapids, will Miss Geraldine Delphing all from
return, and seven Kappa Deltas from Detroit, and Miss Adelaide Symons
Northwestern expect to be here. from Saginaw are the guests ex-
KAPPA ALPHA THETA pectcd for a festive football week
Besides several alumnae who are, end at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
returning for the week end, Kappa The women attending are all alum-
Alpha Theta expects to entertain at nae.
least 14 guests from their North- DELTA ZETA
western chapter. The alumnae of Week-end guests of Delta Zeta will
this chapter who will be present are: be Miss Alma Britsnyder, '28, of De-
Virginia Lane, Marian Widman, Es- troit, Miss Doris Weiss, '32, of De-
telle Holt, and Mrs. Robert Sinclair, troit, and Miss Shirley King also of
all of Detroit, Agnes Davis of Indian- Detroit.
apolis, I n d i a n a, Lois Sandler of
Grand Rapids, and Eleanor Thoman
of Lansing.
DELTA DELTA DELTA''
Thec atirpt s isFon,
Miss Avis Pitts of Cleveland will
be the house guest of Delta Delta
Delta this week end. That we serve the best i
P1 BETA PII ;no-phere . . . a the
Guests of the week-end at the Pi to . . . Do around to
1 Beta house will include Miss Jac-
(IlIL'line McLean, '31, Miss Marian
Lamb, '32, Miss Eleanor Walkin 1 I L.
shaw, '32, Miss Mary Bess Irwin, 2, J"" ) S7 11 (
and Mrs. Steven Dinius. 802 South State
SIGMA KAPPA
Sigma Kappa sorority will enter-
tam as house guests this week-end--- - - -
Mr. and Mrs. Van Fleet and Miss -
Lois Wevt of Detroit. Miss Margaret
Moon will attend from Lansing, as
will Miss Esther Loucks of Pitts-
burgh, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kitchen
of Monroe and Miss Margaret Hemp-
hill of Wooster, Ohio.
ALPHA EPSILON PHIZ
Alpha Epsilon Phi will entertain
several alumnae and visitors as house
guests this week-end. Mrs. M. Wine-
garden, '28; Natalie Arden, '33, Es-
} telle Aarons,'31, of Cleveland; Miss
Iris Glichman of Cleveland; Virgin-
ia Wolfe, '31; Detroit; and Miss Mae
Winkler of Cleveland are among the
alumnae and their guests who will be

back. In addition, four members of
the sorority from the Northwestern
chapter will stay at the chapter W ea
house here.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Mrs. A. B. Cummings, province
president from Sullivan, Ohio, has Service, to the
been a house guest of the chapter
during the latter part of this week. bank, does not sto
D o r o t h e a Schmidt, '30, Grosse
Pointe, and Doris and Marjorie Mil- of a deposit slip.
lar, '32, of Brighton will be house in die problems
guests this week-end.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS and ever willing t(
Yellow linen, tapers, and yellow
talisman roses adorned the dinner invite you to dre
table at the formal rushing party
those problems wl

v ctluct tIr

dress is the length, for it is that
which "makes or breaks" the effect.
The afternoon dress should reach to
the lower part of the calf of the leg,
about five to six inches above the
ankle. If it were any longer it would
be a dinner dress; any shorter it
would be last year's model, not that
the latter is any disgrace in this day,
but it is ridiculously easy to remod-
el them so that it is impossible to tell
the difference.
There has always been a little con-
troversy on the subject of hats; to
wear or not to wear during dinner.
As a matter of fact the decision is
usually reached by a majority vote,
a concensus of opinion, as it were
of the feminine element present. If
the men were consulted they would
probably prefer that the hats be re-
moved, owing to a peculiar idea that
they have that a woman is really
going somewheres just because she
happens to be wearing a hat. But
if it happens to be a nice little un-
obtrusive turbin that tips down over
one eye and perhaps sports a bow
in the front or a short flirty veil,
if it appears to be the one indis-
pensible complement to your cos-
tume it is sure to "go over."
A few hints from Paris that are
sure to give your frocks that coveted
feeling of sophisticated smartness are
victorian trimmings in the form of
collars, and rows of buttons. Clips
are smart additions and have been
made of everything from all kinds
of metal to wood. A convertible neck-
line that is just as smart up as down
is good this year, as well as that
double breasted front effect gained
by the cape collar and buttons.
League Orchestra
To Be Directed By
Falk This Winter
The end of rushing finds every-
one interested in a chance for recre-
ation, and the League and the Un-
ion ballrooms are the scenes of much
merriment among the students of
the University.
The Friday dance at the Woman's
League had as guests Mr, and Mrs.
A. A. James, who acted as patron
and patroness for the occasion. Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Gordon will act in
that capacity at tonight's dance.
With music by Mike Falk and the
Michigan League orchestra providing
a new attraction, league officers ex-
pect a banner year, according to

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ways seem to handle so much better
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we are glad to offer, and which, we
feel, our customers will be happy to
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