THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ruthven To Be Natcetsy arbour Ruiens To Begin Play-Reading Section O1
Monthly Teas Nov.1 F. W. C. To Hold Meeting
Main .Speaker T_ eive For The Play-Reading section of the
Beginning the series of monthly Faculty Women's Club meets for the
A i tq e rs. Ear eart student teas, President Alexander G. first time this year on Tuesday, Oct.
AqRuthven and Mrs. Ruthven will en- 31, at 2:30 p. m. in the League.
tertain at their home from 4 to 6
A reception is to be given this af- The hostesses for the affair in-
760 Women Expected At p . o.1
ternoon at Betsy Barbour House for ilude: Mrs. E. D. Mitchell, chairman;
Largest Meeting Of The Mrs. H. B. Earhart who has recently At this tea President Ruthven has
bnbespecially urged that all foreign stu- Mrs. W. F. Ramsdell, Mrs. F. S. Dun-
Panhelle been appointed a member of the
Board of Governors of Betsy Bar- dents attend. No special invitations ham, Mrs. H. W. King, Mrs. V. W.
bour. About 350 members of the have been sent out, but all students Crane, Mrs. Thomas Diamond, Mrs.
Approximately 760 women, the University faculty and townspeople are asked to come. Hirsch Hootkins, Mrs. D. M. Mat-
largest attendance at any Panhellen- will attend the tea. thews, Mrs. A. B. Peck, Mrs. Ira
ic Banquet ever held, will crowd the In the receiving line will be: Mrs. Phi Sigma Sigma Smith, Mrs. Louis Keeler, Mrs. F. C
Lae od ngt Sge aLnBDke ,ieooBt .Frances S. Burnstine, '36, is spend- O'Dell, Mrs. R. D. McKenzie, Mrs. H
League Monday night. So great a Leona B. Diekema, director of Betsy ing the week-end in Detroit. A. Kingery, Mrs. Smeaton.
number 'will make it impossible fori . Barbour; Regent and Mrs. Junius E.
Some arrangement will be made so
that everyone may hear the speeches
to be given after dinner. The prin-
cipal speeches of the evening will be
made by President Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, and Ira Smith.
Honoring the house having the
greatest increase in scholarship, the
presentation of some award will be
one of the main features of the eve-
Guests of honorwill include sev-
eral members of the administration
board, tlie staff of the Dean of Wo-
men's office, officers of Panhellenic,
members of the banquet committee,
the president of the League, and Wy-
vern, and Mortarboard presidents.
Contrary to tradition, the sororities
will not each sing a song this year.
This custom has been excluded be-
cause it makes the program too long
and adds nothing of any great value
to it. Al Cowan's orchestra will play,
however, so that Michigan songs and
numbers from last year's Junior
Girls' Play may be sung.
Miss Fitzpatrick emphasized the
fact that the size of the crowd makes
it even more necessary than ever that
the sororitiesi plan to meet their
members at about 5:45 p. m. so that
everyone will be in the dining room
at 6 p. m.
Harris ]ail Plans
Hard Times Party
Daning, refreshments and games
will be the features of the Hard
Times party to be given at Harris
Hall, Oct. 31. Dancing will begin at
8:30 p. m.
The admission price will be 10
cents for women and 15 cents for
men. In order to induce everyone to
wear old clothes Edward Downs, '36,
general, chairman, announced that
there will be an extra fee of 10 cents
for anyone not wearing a hard times
Late permission is being secured
for the women, Downs stated.
Harris Hall, which is the Episco-
pal Student. center, is located at
State and Huron streets.
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Dancing: Chubb's, The Hut, The
Den, Dixie Inn, Joe Parker's.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Bomb-
shell," with Jean Harlow and Lee
Tracy; Majestic, "Emperor Jones"
with Paul Robeson; Wuerth, "Terror
Trail" with Tom Mix; Whitney, "The
Big Bluff" with Reginald Denny.
Riding: Morning Breakfast Ride
at Golfside Riding Academy at 8
Date Of Graduate Dance
Set For Saturday Night
A graduate dance, sponsored by the
office of the Dean of Women, will
be held Saturday night, Nov. 4, in
the Women's Athletic Building. A
small charge will be made to cover
the cost of the orchestra. Dancing
will be from 9 until 12.
A 60-pound vibrating table has
been developed in the mechanical
engineering laboratory at Stanford
University which can create on a
small scale the effect of an earth-
quake. The purpose of the invention
is to test shock resistence of bridges,
dams, office buildings and other struc-
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Of Alumnae House
A hard-times party was given last
night by the women of Alumnae
House. The decorations included
jack-o-lanterns in the windows and
other characteristic hallowe'en or-
naments. There were a variety of
costumes ranging from Alice in Won-
derland to Tom Sawyer.
The chaperons were Mrs. Edith
Bernard, house director; Mrs. Ira
Smith, Mrs. E. H. Eckert, and Mrs.
Albert Reeves. Victoria Toteff, '35,
was hostess of the evening. Others
present were: Rosalynn Chapel, '35,
Beulah Kanter, '37, Rose Offley, '34,
Edith Maples, '35, Ethel Miller, Min-
nie Perrin, '35, Ruth Neymark, '37,
Dorothy Bolton, '36, Marjory Lund-
bom, '34, Dorothy Quaife, '37, Louise
Juckett, '37, Lucy Cartozian, '37, Jack
Campbell, Charles Swartout, '36,
James Nestroff, '36, William Firman,
'37, George Luther, '34, Jerry Mond-
schein, '37, Johannes Jensen, '35,
Henry Housman, '36, Donald Quaife,
'37, William Olson, '37, Spencer Cur-
tis, '37, Jack Jacobson, and Lyle
Marjory B. Canfield, Grad., and
Jacqueline Sanborn, '35, attended the
Michigan State Homecoming game
at Lansing. Cecily H. Sellars, '35, is
attending the Alumni Bridge at De-
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Faculty Members Asked
To Join Dancing Class
Faculty are invited to join the be-
ginners' dancing class which meets
at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League, said recently.
Roland Fulton and Miss McCor-
mick give instruction at this time in
the beginning steps for social danc-
ing, the fox-trot, waltz and tango.
There are graduates in the class now
and the faculty are being invited to
Passing marks in school depend
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