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Y, OCT. 9,.1932

THE MI11CHIGAN AILY

aCA.MPUS SC7CIETY

193 Women To Take Vows At
Sorority Pledging Ceremonies'
Period Of Silence Will Blanche Wetherald, '35, Flint; Jane
Whiting, '35, Jackson; Mary Louise
Last Until 4 O''ClockWeidenman, '36, Birmingham, Ann
This Afternoon Wilson, '34, Saginaw; Helen Wood-
ward, '35, Battle Creek.
Marking the close of two weeks ALPHA XI DELTA
of intensive ru s h i n g, twenty-one Josephine Ball, '36, Ann Arbor;
Michigan sororities will hold pledg- Frances Carney, '36, Ann Arbor;
ing ceremonies for one hundred and Faith Crittenden, '36, Ann Arbor;
ninety-three women at 4 o'clock this Alice May Geib, '33, Detroit; Doro-
afternoon. The period of silence thy Gies, '36, Ann Arbor; Ethel O-
which started at 10 o'clock Thurs- son, '34, Chicago; Betty Scott, '36,
day night will last until 4 o'clock ex- Ann Arbor; Julia Ann Wilson, '36,,
actly, according to an announcement Ann Arbor.
by Evelyn Neilson, '35L., president of CHI OMEGA
Panhellenic. Maureen Burnside, '36, Bellevue,
ALPHA DELTA PI Pa.; Dorothy Cowles, '36, South
Jane Biddle, '36, Ann Arbor. Bend, Ind.; Helen Haxton, '36, Roch-
ALPHA CHI OMEGA ester, N. Y.; Anna Henckel, '36, East
Vavalyn Brask, '34, Detroit; Eliza- Cleveland, Ohio; Edith Karch, '36,
beth Long, '36, Detroit; Mary Mor- Monroe; Jean Kelso, '36, Iowaco, N.
gan, '36, Toledo; Elizabeth Rich, '36, J.; Wilma Lester, '36, Detroit; Laura
Highland Park, Dorothy Schwarze, Manchester, '36, Ann Arbor; Floy
'36, Birmingham.; Betti Ann Smith, Munson, '34, Detroit; Melva Reeder,
'36, Muskegon; Margaret Starr, '34, '36, Detroit.
Flint. COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
ALPHA EPSILON PHI Sarah Begle, '36, Detroit; Mary
Sylvie Bubis, '36, Cleveland; Odes- Bursley, '36, Ann Arbor; Anne Ed-,
sa Cohen, '34, Springfield, Ill.; Jane munds, '33, Ann Arbor; Mary Hutch-,
Gerstman, '36, Detroit; Bernice Ka- inson, '36, Birmingham; Julia Kane,
vinoky, '35, Buffalo, N. Y.; Judith '36, Birmingham; Elizabeth Kanter,
Lasser, '36, Buffalo, N. Y.; Edith '36,' Detroit; Elizabeth Lamb, '36,
Lewis, '33, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Helen Grosse Isle; Josephine McLean, '36,}
Levison, '35, Cleveland; Jane Neu- Detroit; Janet Miller, '36, Grosse,
mark, '34, Bay City; Sylvia Regan, Isle; Virginia Morgan, '36, Saginaw;.
'36, Zanesville, Ohio; Kathryn Ro- Mary Robinson, '36,. Grosse Pointe;
senberg, '35, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Jane Servis, '36, Detroit; Yvonne
Charlotte Rudolph, '36, Utica, N. Y.; Watson, '34, Grand Rapids; Barbara
Miriam Stark, '36, Havana, Cuba; West, '36, Grosse Isle.
Dorothy Winegarden, '36, Flint. DELTA DELTA DELTA
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Margaret Ballard, '36, Detroit; Ed-
Margaret Cunningham, '34, Ann na Dalby, '34, Melrose, Mass.; Kath-
Arbor; Signe Johnson, '34, Portville, erine Marie Hall, '36, Ann Arbor;
N. Y.; Lucile Rugg, '33, Detroit; Louise Krause, '35, Mansfield, Ohio;
Kathryn Kirn, '35, Chicago. Norma MacIntosh, '35, Boston, Mass.;
ALPHA OMICRON Pt Marjorie Messmore, '36, St. Clair,
Billie Grihiths, '35, Ann Arbor; Mich.; Margaret Moffett, '36, Flint,
Ruth Hess. '36, Detroit: Helen Hold- Mich.; Nina Ruth Pollock, '36, Ann
en, '36, New York City; Eileen Jen- Arbor; Ruth Rich, '36, Ann Arbor;
kins, '36, Cincinnati, O.; Ruth Ma- Barbara Scherburne, '35, The Hague,
comber, '35, Farmington, Mich. Holland; Catherine Shannon, '35,
ALPHA PHI Steubenville, Ohio; Mildred Shapley,
June Biggers, '35, Detroit; Flor- '36, Cambridge, Mass.; Winifred Tre-
ence Bingham, '36, Saginaw; Mildred bilcock, '36, Ishpeming, Mich.; Char-
Bosma, '35, Grand Rapids; Elizabeth lotte Whitman, '35, Ann Arbor; and
Burns, '36, Detroit; Margaret Cowie, Eleanor Young, '36, Oak Park, Ill.
'36, Ann Arbor; Jeanette Crow, '36, DELTA GAMMA

Jane Peters, '36, Grand"Haven;Jean
Royce, '36, Ypsilanti; and Sue Thom-
as, '36, Dayton, Ohio.
DELTA ZETA
Barbara Bickel, '35, South Bend,
Ind.; Gertrude Ganson, '36, Grosse
Point; Hazel Goff, '34, Ann Arbor;
Emogene Greicus, '33, Chicago; La-
vern Hall, '33, Port Huron; Ceil Hell-
berg, '34, Norway, Mich.; Ruth Mor--
gan, '35, Royal Oak; Mary Margaret
Smith, '35, Clarksburg, W. Va.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Virginia Allmand, '36, Highland
Park; Christine Bradshaw, '34, Bea-
ver, Pa.; Ellent Jane Cooley, '34, Bos-
ton, Mass.; Adelaide Crowell, '36, De-
troit; Jane Eley, '34, Detroit; Flor-
ence Harper, '36, Detroit; Christine
Kennedy, '36, Detroit; Julia Edith
King, '36, Benton Harbor; Jane
Langenderfer, '35, Toledo. Ohio; Eliz-
abeth McCoy, '34, Grand Rapids;
Eloise Moore, '36, Chicago, Ill.; Agnes
Jean Orr, '36, Wyandotte; Mary Sav-
age, '36, Detroit; Betty Schuchter,
'36, Detroit; Emma Schmid, '36, Ann
Arbor; Margaret Spencer, '36, De-
troit; Evelyn Walsh, '36, Mexico City,
Mexico.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Joyce Black, '36, Dearborn; Mary
Garrettson, '36, Michigan City, Ind.;
Josephine Hadley, '36, Ann Arbor;
Jean Hammer, '36, Detroit; Hazel
Hickman, '36, Buffalo, N. Y.; Jean
Laitner, '36, Detroit; Elizabeth Ann
O'Dell, '36, Bloomfield Hills; Mary
Jean Pardee, '36, Dearborn; Jean
Perry, '36, Algoma, Wis.; Mary
Panice Rice, '36, Detroit; Marian
Saunders, '36, Dearborn; Jean Seeley,
'36, Ann Arbor; Betty Sinclair, '36,
Detroit; Molly Temple, '35, Lake-
wood, Ohio; Ann Timmons, '36, De-
troit; Harriet Wolfs, '36, St. Clair.
KAPPA DELTA
Katherine England, '35, Jackson;
Helen Rankin, '36, Detroit; Jessie
Stalker, '36, Syracuse, N. Y.;. Mildred
Stroup, '36, Grand Rapids; Marie
Branagan, '34, Pt. Huron; Elizabeth
Lantgell, '34, Pt. Huron.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Nedra Alexander, '36, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Elizabeth Allen, '36, Ann Ar-
bor; Marjory Beck, '34, :Boston,
Mass.; Margaret Brooks, '36, Ann
Arbor; Betty Connor, '36, Detroit;
Edith Ferrin, '36, Mt. Clemens; Jane,
Fletcher, '36, Ann Arbor; Louise
French, '36, Bay City; Alice Hannon,
'36, Erie, Pa.; Janet Jackson, '36, Ann
Arbor; Margaret Lemire, '35, Manis-
tique; Irene McCausey, '36, Highland
Park; Catherine McHenry, '34, South
Bend, Inc; Vida Patten, '35, Chicka-
see; Edith Searle, '36, Detroit: Bwtty
Spray, '35, Canton, Ohliu: tBiy
Ktreuber, '35, Erie, Pa.;
P1 BETA Pill

Ma n Visitrs
Are Received
A t raternities
Fraternities are entertaining many
gue;-ts and alumni, who have re-
turnd for the much discussed and
highly i n t e re s t i n g Northwestern
game.
ALPHA RHO CHI
The Northwestern game brought
back rmrany guests and alumni to the
Alpha Rho Chi house this week-end.
In the guest-lIst were included John
D. .Martindale, of Gary, Ind.; Bill
Tschumy, of Fremont, Ohio; Harper
Sowley, of ,Detroit; Tail Miller, of
Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. R.
Franklin Outcalt, of Cleveland, Ohio;
and J. D. Seton, of Flint.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
At the Alpha Tau Omega house
this week-end were Mr. Frank J.
Mackey of Chicago, Ill.; Joseph Duf-
fy, of New York; Austin Hall, of
Toedo, Ohio; Joseph Iseman, '30,
Mary Jane Cummings, '34, Battle
Creek; Patricia Daly, '34, Port Hu-
ron; Dorothy Dishman, '33, Detroit;
Virginia Hartz, '36, Evansville, Ind.;
Margaret Hiscock, '36, Ann Arbor;
Mary Ann Mathewson, '35; Margaret
Mustard, '34, Battle Creek; Dorothy
Roth, '36, Washington, D. C.; Betty
Scherling, '36, Detroit; Else Sparre,
'34, Wilmington, Del.; Betty Van
Winkle, '36, Howell; Betty Woolman,
'35, Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Francene
Wright, '34, Grand Rapids; Margaret
Youtz, '34.
SIGMA KAPPA
Carlotta Weitbrecht, '35, Ann Ar-
bor.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Evelyn Arnold, '35, Detroit; Elinor
Crocket, '33, Toledo; Mary Jane
Crocket, '33, 1oledo; Mary O'Neill,
'36, iL.(tcheste'r, N. Y.
ZETA 'l'AIT ALPHA
Marion Campbell, '36, Pittsburgh,
Pa.; Susan Erlwine, '34, Indianapolis;
Anna Knight, '36, Amerhurtsberg,
Ontario; Evelyn McManus, '34, Chel-
sea, Ohio; Elizabeth Pascoe, '34, Ne-
gaunee; Ada Roach, '34, Newport.

of Ithaca, N. Y.; and Milton Ken-
drick, '29, of Mt. Clemens.
Other guests of the fraternity were
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bradt from De-
troit; Miss Barbara Shephard from
Southhampton, England; Mr. Wil-
lard M. Cornelius from Detroit; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Warner, Mr. Harold
Gollinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Jacobs, Sault Sainte Marie. Mrs. J.
J. Thorneburg came from Toledo to
witness the game and to visit her
son, John. Phillip Shaefer was also
there from Toledo.
THETA XI
The Monacoans, Theta Xi's new-
est chapter at Northwestern Univer-
sity, were the guests of honor at an
informal dance given Saturday night
at the chapter house. Among those
present from Evanston were Fred$
Bornhart, Lou Koller, Clarence Mohr,
William Rullinger, Milton Engle-
brecht, Jack Eifeadlt.
Members of the varsity squad who
are Theta Xi's were also honored at
the dance. Excitement ran high over=
the outcome of the game.
Many alumnae were also in atten-
dance; among them were Dr. D. C.
Stubbs, Robert McCoy, Oscar Lun-
din, Wade Tapert, all of them from
Detroit; Paul Perrigo of Allegan;
Frank Kellogg of Troy, N. Y.; Ralph
Waterbury of Battle Creek; Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Deal of Midland.
SIGMA NU
Many guests were entertained at
the Sigma Nu house this week-end.
Those from Gamma Beta chapter of
Sigma Nu at Northwestern w e r e
Wesley Brown, Beverly Hills, Ill.;
Peter Bowen, Lorain, Ohio; Frank
Clark, Grand Rapids, Mich.; George
Roth, Winnetka, Ill.; Bill Schmuss,
Naperville, Ill.; Charles Sanborn, Na-
perville, Ill.; Jacob Kromer, Naper-
ville, Ill.; Bob McCarnes, Logansport,
Ind.; James Wilkie, Detroit; Bill
Knapp, Evanston, Ill.
Stan Smith, Wilmette; Frank Sow-
er, F r a n k f o r t, Ky.; South Fish,
Frankfort, Ky.; Mack Beadoin, Jo-
liet, Ill.; Kip Kinder, Evanston, Ill.;
Lew Owens, Chicago; Don Grans-
tromi, Winnetka; Dick McKonkey,
Coldwater, Mich.; Fred Nonnamaker,
cheerleader, Chicago; Bill Horstings,
Wilmette: Stew Knapp, Head man-
ager, Evanston, Ill.; Ted Egbert, Ev-
anston, Ill.
T h o s e from Northwestern who

played on the team and stopped at
he house for the week-end were
Capt. "Pug" Rentner, Joliet, Ill.;
i urea Dilley. guard, Chicago; Bill
E iy. i ackle, W ii in e t t e ; "Nifty"
Lusihade, Varsity end, Chicago; and
A:;dValetine,c tle.
A the ,lumni list were included
Donald Ryall, 31, Kalamazoo; Glen
Carison, '29, Detroit; Robert Leland,
Jones Shannon, '30; Jules Pocce-
lon, '29; Edgar Racine, '32; Mr. and
Mrs. James Hughey, '26; Lester
Whitemann, '25; Charles Procter,
'23; Robert Handloser, '24; Mike Ho-
ben, '19; Richard Alberson, '14; Rob-
ert Yewadoki, '13.
Robert Sweeny, '20; Mark Dey, '23;
William Neisch, '22; Dean Persing,
'21; Russell Persing, '21; Lucien
Chipley, '33, Chicago; Wm. Brown,
'30, Sandusky; Edward Koffenmeyer,
'16, Chicago; Robert Worlet, '24, Co-
lumbus, Ohio; Ralph Popp, '28, Fort
Wayne; John Kitch, '32, Fort Wayne;
Sylvester Leahy, '31, Alma, Mich.;
Robert Roach, Terra Haute, Ind.;
Jack Bauer, '31, Saginaw; John Wil-
son, '27, Butler, Pa.; William Luett-
gers, '29, Carey.
Among the women who were en-
tertained at the house were Miss
Harriet Doerke of Northwestern, '33,
as the guests of James St. Clair; Mr.
and Mrs. George Holmes, Alma, as
guests of son, George Holmes; Mr.
and Mrs. R. Valentine, Detroit; Miss
Hazel Glasset, Columbia City, Ind.;
Miss Mary Bauer, Chesaning, as the
guest of Paul "Bauer; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Bryant, of Gary.
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Elkhart, Ind.; Jean Delamarter, '36,
Grand Rapids; Beatrice Lanning, '35,
Detroit; Mary Louise Ranney, '35,
Greenville; Ernestine Richter, '36,
Detroit; Elizabeth Roe, '36, Waban,
Mass.; Katherine Schunelzer, '34,
,Saginaw; Virginia Smith, '35, Alpe-
na; Allison Tennant, '35, Hammond,
Ind.; Martha Vincent, '34, Evanston,
Ill,; Bernice Wetherald, '35, Flint;

Betty Sue Calcutt, 36S, t. Clair,
Michigan; Madelyn Coe, '36, De-
troit; Ellen Jane Conover, '36, Ever-
ett, Michigan; Betty Gillard, '36,
Muskegon; Virginia Koch, '35, Pitts-
burgh, Pa.; Rosanna Manchester, '36,
Youngstown Ohio; Marie Metzger.

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