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SEPT. 26, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SOCIETY

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Made-Up And Dressed-Up, Gloria Sets The Style
M~nllililEE E~iill~liR~i4

League Plans
Continuation Of'.
GrillDancin1
With the start of classes many of
the League activities that proved suc-
cessful last year will start again, said
Miss Ethel McCormick, social direc-
tor of the League. The Duplicate
Bridge tournament that was con-
ducted both last semester and dur-
ing the summer period will start
again tonight. Four cups will be pre-
sented to winners each evening, and
the price, according to Miss McCor-
mick, is 25 cents entrance fee.
Bridge lessons that were given last
semester will also be given, and also
the dancing lessons, under the direc-
tion of Roland Fulton. A date has
not yet been set for the start of these
lessons. The Student Art Exchange
will give an opening tea Sunday at
which there will be a showing of the
work done this summer by the mem-
bers of the Student Art Camp at
Harbor Springs.
Dancing in the Grill room of the
League will also begin tonight. Al
Cowan and his band will play there
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day evenings.
Other League activities which will
continue this year are the traditional
Junior Girls Play, the Sophomore
Cabaret, the Panhellenic Ball, and
the Panhellenic Supper. These and
the other activities conducted by the
women during the year will be ex-
plained at the mass meeting for new
students at 4 p. m. today in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theater, according to
Miss McCormick.

-Associated Press Photo
Gloria Swanson, trim and chic as always, greets the world with
a smile. In the picture above, she wears one of the latest Parisian hats,
designed to reveal the soft waves of ster distinctive coiffure.
Fraternities Entertain Alumni,

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Iteturing r
Fraternities opened their houses
last week-end to entertain rushees
and alumni.
Delta Tau Delta entertained the
following alumni over the week-end:
Robert St. Clair, Luke Heppburn,
Richard Haffee and Charles Booth,
all of Detroit;, Robert Beaseley, of
Denver; and Rehn Nelson, of Chi-
cago.
Alumni returning to the Phi
Kappa house for rushing are as fol
lows: Edward George, '30, Chicago;
Patrick Murphy, '31, Adrian; Edward
Brady, '28 and Joseph Brady, '26,
Holland; John Wagner, '33; Claude
Trottier, '30; Jerry Harrington, '29;^
George Cheadle, '29; and William
Murphy, '30, all of Detroit; Gerald
E. Buckley, '32; George J. Burke,
and Edward Devine, all of Ann
Arbor.
Phi Kappa entertained its rushees
at a smoker Sunday afternoon in the
chapter house.
Pi Lambda Phi held open house
for rushing over Saturday and Sun-

Rushng Season
day. The following, alumni were
guests of the chapter: Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
ton J. Friedman, of Detroit; Mrs. G.
J. Willans, Boston; Mr. D. L. Mar-
cus, Pittsburgh; and Mr. S. Gilbert,
South Bend.
The Sigma Nus opened formal
rushing with a dinner and reception
Saturday, andya dinner and buffet
supper Sunday. These two affairs
were planned by Herbert Leggett,
'35, rushing chairman, and Kenneth
Hildreth, '34, social chairman.
Tonight Ann Arbor rushees will be
entertained at a dinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dunn, and Dr. and Mrs.
Lowell Carr, representing the alumni,
will receive.
THETA XI
Guests entertained at the Theta
Xi fraternity last week-end were:
Jean MacLachlan, Boston; Barbara
Casper, Marshall; Wilson Trimmer,
Rochester, N. Y.; and Grant Wilcox
of Detroit.

STUDENT S-

We wish to extend you a cordial welcome,
and hope for your success in the coming
year. * Former Michigan women have
learned the excellency of our work. We
invite all new students to give our service
a trial.

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