AY, OCTOBER 10, 1933.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
As 500 Ple dge
Pledging Services Held On
Monday Afternoon As
Unusual Number Joins
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Stuart Gates, Howard Germonprez,
Herbert Leach, Richard Lutz, Robert
Owen, John Richardson, Joseph T.
Sinclair, Joseph Smith, Charles
John Becker, James Brien, John
Chick, Walter Murphy, William
Oliver, Jack Otte, Gerald Page Wood,
Jack P a 1 m e r, Richard Snyder,
Thomas Sullivan, George Ranney.
DELTA ALPHA EPSILON
Donald W. Gardner, Roy Simmons.
Paul Belknap, Donald Fritz, James
Klee, Wilbur Nelson.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Swift C. Corwin, Robert H. Den-
ham, Christopher Everhardus, Kelly
Goss, Robert Hass, Cloyce E. Han-
shue, Grant Headley, Richard Hein-
rich, Donald Hillier, Joseph Hinshaw,
William Hubbard,,Richard Jacoby,
William Laurie, Leonard McGuigin,
Richard Meginnity, George M. Pe-
ters, Carl Pletscher, John Powell,
Louis Renaud, Frederick Stiles, Jr.,
Chester Thalman, John Walker, Wil-
Albert Ammerman, Douglas Cal-
kins, Newton McFayden, George Al-
DELTA SIGMA PI
Samuel Atkins, John Campbell,
Richard Mitchell, Robert Mitchell,
Robert Spicer, William A. Stephen-
DELTA TAU DELTA
Phillip Abbey, Lewis Belden, Robert
Brummeler, Fred Buesser, Frank
Dannemiller, Donald Graves, Guer-
+don Greenway, Laurence Halleck, C.
Dudley King, Robert Knight, Clay-
ton Paquette, Richard Shappell, A. -B.
Smith, Jr., John M. White, Joseph
Yager, Frederick Buchanan.
Rush A. Bowman, Benjamin C.
Bugbee, Jr., Robert Feustel, Albert
E. Haight, Jr., Daniel Hart, Bertram
Lebeis, John J. Macken, John Mason,
Eugene Reichert, William L. Schnor-
bach, Frederick Scott, Max D. Stad-
feld, Thomas H. Wagner.
KAPPA DELTA RHO
John S. Badger, Vern Christensen,
Gerald Hauer, Robert V. Twyning.
William Deutsch, Sheldon Ellis, Jo-
seph Feingold, Robert Friedman,
Arod Friend, Sydney Gang, Julian
Kirchick, Samuel Pozin, Robert Rez,
Seymour Rosenberg, Harry R. Rosen-
blum, David Schneider, Herbert See-
gal, Bernard Serwer, Samuel Shaer,
Charles Weinstein, Bernard Weiss-
man, James Rosenthal.
Thomas Dewey, Edwin H. Eckert,
Roy Emerson, Clinton Harris, Willard
Jones, Robert LaCroix, Jack Russell
Merrill, Arden Faris, Robert Eckel-
LAMB DA CHI ALPHA
Norbert Haase, Ronald Hayes, Burr
Meddaugl, Jack Mitchell, Charles
Parker; Raymond Thompson, Arthur
Whiting, Eugene Kaiser, William S.
Struve, Arthur W. Tyler.
PHI BETA DELTA
David Borin, Isadore M. Cohen,
Bernard Halperin, Bruce Kronenber-
ger, Nelson Neiman, Leonard F. Ober-
man, Max Packer, Allen Rubin, Her-
bert Savitch, Edward Sharfstein.
PHI DELTA THETA
William Brown, Harrison Church,
Reed Low, Richard Mavis, Arthur
Ross, Allen Saunders, Robert Weis-
tert, Hamilton White, William White,
Edward Wohlgemuth, Frank Masters.
PHI EPSILON PI
Gordon Cohn, Robert Fischgrund,
Louis Goldsmith, Marvin Hirsch,
Shirrel Kasle, William Klein, Charles
Lurie, Lloyd Reich, David Schiffer.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
James Black, Arthur Brower, Wil-
lian G.: Brunt, Burton L. Coffey,
Richard Eriewine, Karl Freese, Ken-
neth Jones, Ked W. Loos, Edwin Ol-
son, Donald Parry, Henry Vanden-
berg, Jordan Cowthra, Fred Dens-
John P. Browne, Bernard L. Cary,
James Christensen, William C. Con-
way, Paul Doran, William Phillips,
Edward J. Ruff, Frederick Sund-
PHI KAPPA PSI
David G. Barnett, Clayton Brels-
ford, Harry Brelsford, James Briegal,
Robert Brown, Benjamin Cox, James
DeVine, Carl Fischer, T. K. Fisher,
Theron Gifford, William Griffiths,
Charles Haynes, Roy Patterson, Jack
Payton, Leland Shinar, James Wal-
ker, Robert Watts.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
John Barron, Fred Brister, Stan-
ley Carlson, Arthur Ernst,,Merrill
Jordan, Robert Maxson, Winton
Smith, Ernest Wakefield, John
Whitehouse, Samuel Maxwell, Wil-
PHI KAPPA TAU
James Bolin, George Frank, Leon-
ard E. Kroes, Paul Pinkerton, Don-
ald Ralston, Lee Stebbins, Joseph
Tate, William Wagenseil, Philip Wag-
ner, Homer Williahis, Charles Young.
PHI MU ALPHA
John Wilson, Albert Zbinden, Ed-
ward Zimmerman, Owen Mann.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
Seymour Dembinsky, Abbott Gold-
berg, Seymiour Golden, Max M. Good-
man, Donald Katz, Bernard Lew,
John H. Meislich, Jay C. Natchez,
Roy Paul, Raymond Rivlin, Marvin
Sentner, Sidney Stiegel, Leon Weiner.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Peter Boter, Edward C. Chase, Jr.,
William Chase, Thomas Danahey,
Robert Deisley, John Hellaby, Dixon
Lathrop, Francis Marcero, James
Park, Richard Schumo.
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Herbert W. Baker, Peter Bowles,
Arthur Fisher, Leigh Prettyman, Ed-
ward Schmidt, Wilmarth Slootmaker,
Bennett E. Thayer, Robert Wert,
PI LAMBDA PHI
Robert J. Adelman, Louis L. Avner,
Leonard Cohen, Sidney Finger, Jr.,
Morton L. Friedman,rMarcus Gins-
berg, Louis S. Goldberg, Mrton R.
Mann, Alfred Ribnick, Abbot Rosen-
berg, Arthur Sachs, Alfred Simon,
William L. Soboroff, Bernard Silver.
Courtney D. Allington, Dean Asse-
lin, Herbert H. Baker, Jr., William
Cornell, Arthur Emerson, Elmer D.
Harshbarger, Phillip H a u g h e y,
Charles W. LaDow, Nathan D. Mun-
ro, Charles Penzel, Edward F. Perkins,
Jr., Robert Roberts, William I. Rose,
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Henry Alexander, Loren Battin,
Walter Bieneman, Laurence Bowers,
Knox Brookfield, Robert Clark,
George DeWolfe, Wesley Eisenhood,
Paul Fellingham, Robert Gault, Paul
Halberstadt, Spencer Hinds, Lewis
Hunter, Jr., Jack Kerr, Gordon Keyes
Jr., Arthur Kimball, Edward Lucius,
Ralph Moser, David Murphy, Frank
Person, Charlton Ray, John Tuttle,
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Edward Cushman, Jerome Harris,
Morris Miller, Harold Robinson, Isa-
Robert Y. Amrine, Lyman Bittman,
Edward Boyle, James Brown, George
Cosper, Robert Eberbach, Joe Ellis,
Robert Graper, Floyd Gustafson,
Raymond Husband, Robert Kennedy,
John Leonard, Jack Liffiton, Robert
1 i _-
Marks, Earl Morrow, George Robin-
son, Fred Shafmaster, Stanley Thom-
as, Paul Coursey.
William C. Bates, Ralph Boehnke
Robert Bunce, Joseph Conn, Fred H.
DeLano, Paul Dod, Ogden D. Dwight,
Frederick Goudie, Richard Hulett,
Robert Leahy, John Mair, James Mc-
Clay, Owen Reed, Jack H. Sinn, Rob-
Harold Blackburn, Clinton Conger,
Howard Davidson, Edward Drury,
4 Wallace Gail, James Graham, Chester
Hard, Maurice Hogan, Andrew How-
ell, Robert Laitner, Walter McGuire,
R. C. Rieder, Eustace Ruddick, Stan-
ley See, Miller Sherwood, Donald
Sweeny, Roe Watson.
TAU DELTA PHI
Jack Chason, Melvin Goodman,
George Halperin, Abe Levine, Ben
Myerow, Burton Sutta, David Sutta,
Charles Brandman, Albert B. Roth-
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Albert Borst, George Cash, William
Lowell, James Parker.
John Batdorf, John Briner, George
Frid, Frank Furry, Clare. Graves,
John Guba, Orsoh Norton, Charles
Peterson, William Sheehan.
THETA DELTA CHI
George Appleyard, Hubert Bristol,
John Clee, Robert Garrels, . Robert
Graham, Thomas Hackett, William
Kline, Donald McPike, David Nicker-
son, Tyler Riggin, F. William Schatz,
Sheldon_ Taylor, Charles Tiffany,
Raymond Vincent, Robert Wells, Ed-
ward Young, Joseph Kempton.
THETA XI E.
Robert Beuhler, Horace Greenway,
Irving Ireland, John Merchant, Ken-
neth Norman, Paul Simpson, Merlen
Arthur Williamson, Howard C.
Thomas Ayers, Theodore Baus-
chard, Leo Corkin, Ralph Hurd, John
Mann, William Olson, James Rice,
Humiston Walker, Edward Downs,
Robert Ewell, Edwin Downs, Keith
ZETA BETA TAUl
Benjamin Aaron, William Anspach,
Robert Freehling, Sherwin Gaines,
Julian Goodman, Jerome Grossman,
William Jackson, Herbert Joseph, Cy-
rus Klein, Augustus Lasker, Sol Lewis,
Edward Marder, Ben S. Pollock, Rob-
ert Pulver, James Saltzstein, James
Saltzenstein, Stanton Schuman, Ed-
ward Solomon, Alfred Stern, Melvin
Strauss, Jr., Herbert Wolf.
Ned L. Anderson, Thomas Anketell,
Frank S. Bissell, Charles Brooks, Al-
lan Dewey, Henry Hall, Gordon H.
Hays, Richard E. Hinks, Sidney
Johnson, John Osgood, Richard
Schwegles, Allen Upson, Warren Up-
ton, John Wilson.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Among the distinguished guests
who attended the football game this
week-end were Hughes Hallet, Brit-
ish Consult to Detroit, his daughter
Catherine, and George Heideman,
Finnish Consul to Detroit.
Alumni who returned for the game
are William Colburn, '32, of Battle
Creek, and Howard Roderick, '31, of
Carl Miller, member of the Penn
State chapter, and his wife came
from Shellyville, O., to witness the
contest. Twelve Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon men attended from Michigan
rad4uates Iet Amt
For DiseL1ssi i1
Of A o iities
Glee Club, Dauce
With the busy days of formal
rushing over, there comes a lull-in
the social program of the sororities.
Several houses have entertained
week-end guests, and two have open-
ed new houses.
Meeting for the first time this year ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
as a body, graduate students will a - Alpha Gamma Delta will hold the
semble at 8 p. m. tonight at the formal opening of the new chapter
League for a convocation and recep- house at 1322 Hill Street from 8 to
tion given in their honor. 10 p. m. Wednesday night. Repre-
At the convocation, Miss Jeannette sentatives from the various fraterni-
Perry, assistant Dean of Women, will ties and sororities, as well as mem-
explain the social and athletic ac- bers of the faculty, have been in-
tivities open to graduates, and they vited, it was said today.
will be given the opportunity to sign Miss Julia Riser, national inspec-
up for the various activities at the tor of Alpha Gamma Delta, and Miss
reception following the convocation. Louise Leonard, national executive
President and Mrs. Alexander G. secretary, will be present at the op-
Ruthven, and Dr. and Mrs. G. .Carl ening of the house.
Huber will be in the reoeiving line. ALPHA OMICRON PI
Members .of the graduate executive Alpha Omicron Pi sorority has
board and their wives will also assist moved from its old location at 1052
at the reception. They are: Prof. Baldwin Avenue to 1319 Hill St.
and Mrs. J. R. Hayden, Prof. and A 2PHA XI DELTA ''
Mrs. Peter Field, Prof. and Mrs. C. Open house was observed by mem-
E. Guthe, Dean and Mrs. J. B. Ed- bers of Alpha Xi Delta Saturday aft-
monson, Prof. and Mrs. H. M. Ran- cr the game. Among out of town
dall, Prof. and Mrs. Peter Okkelberg, guests were Aimee Lambie and Bar-
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Boak. bara Shuker.
Others who will assist at the recep- Among the alumnae visitors at Chi
tion are Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Omega during the week-end were
Bursley, Dean Alice Lloyd and mem- Barbara Fritch, Dorothy Anderson,
hers of her stal, Dr. Margaret Bell of Detroit Mary Helen Curtis of
and members of her staff, Mr. and Hillsdale; and Ethel Howard, of Pon-
Mrs. Randolph Webster, and mem-tac
bers of Dean Huber's staff. iAP.
During the evening, the Varsity Kappa Delta sorority announces
Glee Club will sing, and Al Cowan the pledging of Eleanor Cobo, '37, of
and his orchestra will play for danc- Detroit.
ing, Invitations have been sent out PHI SIGMA SIGMA
to the graduates and it is expected Among out-of-town alumnae who
that there will be a large attendance returned for the week-end were Miss
Miss Perry said. Lillian Slater of Philadelphia, Pa.,
and Miss Florence Glass of Hough-
Federation Of Women' ton, Mich.
Clubs Will Meet Friday Guests at the Sigma Kappa house
over the week-end included Louisa
The Washtenaw County Federa- Ridgway, Dorothy Van Vleit, Ruth
tion of Women's Clubs will hold its Matthew, and Frances Cope of De-
first board meeting of the year at 2 troit.
o'clock Friday afternoon at the home THETA PHI ALPHA
of Mrs. Julio del Toro, president. Theta Phi Alpha sorority announc-
The State Federation is to hold es the pledging of Anita Noble, '34,
its thirty-ninth annual convention of Jackson; Mary Mildred Murphy,
in Detroit, October 17-20, and plans '37, of Fort Wayne; and Helen Gillep-
for the convention are to be dis- sie, '37, of Pittsburgh.
cussed, as well as the program for
the coming year. One of the chief BETSY BARBOUR
aims of the federation this year is Mrs. N. T. Lease and daughter
to conduct an educational campaign Margaret from Great Falls, Mont.,
among its members, to promote in- are visiting Rachel Lease, '37, resi-
terest in national affairs, dent at Betsy Barbour House.
Women's Club Tea
The Ann Arbor Women's Club will
open its year's activities with a re-
ception and tea this afternoon in the
League b)allroom. The affair, is
planned in honor of the organiza-
dion's ipa-t pr-esidents. Among them
are Mrs. JoseieCleveland, Miss
Grace Carleton, Mrs. Grace Harri-
son, Mrs. L. A. Townicy, Mrs. Flor-
ence Leslie, Mrs. Joseph Markley,
Mrs. Maud Thompscn, Mrs. Fremont
Ward. Mrs. Norman Wood, and Mrs.
A. W. Stalker.
Mrs. Charles H. Eaton, president,
the executive board, and department
heads will receive. Yea is to be
served at 3:45 p. in., with Mrs. J. J.
Kelly and several of the past presi-
dents pouring. The program for the
coming year will be presented, and
club members are urged to join one
or more of the several departments.
Bridge Tourna.r-nint Will
Begin Thursday icht
Details for the First Ann Arbor
Bridge Tournament to start at 8 p.
in. Thursday in the League have been
completed, according to John Math-
es, chairman of the committee in
charge. The tournament will be op-
en only to Ann Arbor residents. Stu-
dents whose homes are in Ann Ar-
bor may also enter, according to Mr.
Arrangements have been made so
that those entering the tournament
Thursday may have the advantage
of previous practice by attending the
regular duplicate bridge tournament
tonight, free of charge. There will
be a member of the tournament com-
mittee there to accept entries. No
previous registration is required,
A number of girls from Martha
Cook entertained guests over the
week-end. Among the guests were
Doris Davis, Peggy Comey, Marjorie
Niffenegger, Frances Heston, Marga-
ret Rorick, Lois Davidson, Lucille
Marcinjowska of Detroit; Alice
White, Jane Smith, and Marjorie
Smith of Grand Rapids; Phyllis
Johnson, of Grosse Pointe; and Mary
Louise Moore, of South Haven, Mich-
Junior Branch A.A.U.W.
To Have Supper Meeting
Miss Blossom Bacon, president of
the junior branch of. the American
Association of University Women,
will preside at a supper meeting to
be given at 6:15 p. m. Wednesday
in the Union.
The president of the Ann Arbor
branch of the organization, Miss
Maud Hagle, will talk on the rela-
tionship of the junior branch to the
senior group. Dr. Marguerite Wil-
ker, director of the University nurs-
cry school, has chosen to speak on
"A New Emphasis in Early Educa-
Any women having degrees from
colleges and universities on a list ap-
proved by the national A. A. U. W. is
eligible for membership.
Discusses New Program
Members of the executive commit-
tee of Alpha Kappa Delta, national
honorary sociological fraternity for
men and women met yesterday to
discuss the year's program.s
Myern Heitelbaum, '34M, president;
Clark Tibbitts, of the sociology de-
partment, vice-president; Ruth Nees,
'34, secretary; Mrs. Lois Heitman,
treasurer, and Prof. Arthur Wood of
the sociology department, Alpha rep-
xesentative in the national organiza-
tion, comprise the executive com-
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