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THTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

All tryouts for the Sophomore
Cabaret will meet with the enter-
tainment committee and Russell
McCracken at 4 o'clock in the
League. The room will be posted
on the bulletin board. Tryouts for'
whistling, singing, tap and gen-
eral dancing included. Everyone
must be present.

Graduate Lund
Will Hear I

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Many Houses
Hold Pledgigs
Faculty Dinners
Week's Social Functions
Consist Of Sorority AntI
Fraternity Ceremonies
Mid-week activities on campus
have been largely confined to several
pledgings and initiations, though a
few houses have entertained faculty
members at dinner.
Adelia Cheever
Adelia Cheever House entertained
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Kathleen
Hamm, and Miss Ellen Stevenson
at dinner last night.
Chi Phi
Chi Phi fraternity announces the
pledging of Paul E. Belknap,.'36, Bay
City, Mich.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Christine
Kennedy, '36, Detroit.
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis sorority enter-
tained Dean Alice Lloyd at dinner
last night. Autumn flowers in rus-
sets, browns, and yellows, and yellow
tapers decorated the table.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Betty Ferster, '36, and Elizabeth
Pascoe, '34, were initiated into Zeta
Tau Alpha sorority Sunday. A formal
banquet followed the initiation.
Dormitory To Hold
Formal Reception

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Campus Talent To
Entertain Tonig ht
In 'Stunt' Feature

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Campus talent will again have an
opportunity to show itself tonight at
the weekly "Stunt night" program in
the League Grill Room, Grace Mayer,
'34, president of the League, said yes-
terday.
Last week several acts varying from
song numbers to tap routines were
given. The entertainers were both
men and women, all well known on
campus for their activities. Several
numbers were spontaneous and re-
sulted from calls for acts from the
entertainers' friends.
Al Cowan asked that names be
given to him of other talented stu-
dents. Any act will be acceptable. It
need not be dance or song exclu-
sively. The plan is to have a campus
amateur show, since such shows in-
variably create an atmosphere of
friendliness. Cowen's orchestra will
play for dancing from 8 to 10 p. m.
Zeta Phi Eta Plans
Lecture Program
Zeta Phi Eta, women's national fo-
rensic and arts society, will sponsor
a number of lectures by prominent
members of the faculty during the
course of the school year, officers of
the organization said yesterday.
Prof. Louis M. Eich of the speech
department will open the series on
Tuesday, Nov. 14, with a "Lecture
Recital," and Prof. John H. Muys-
kens of the phonetics department will
follow on Nov. 28 with a talk on
"Clinic Cases." The rest of the pro-
gram is under consideration and will
be announced in the near future, ac-
cording to Mary M. McIntosh, '34,
president.
Members of Zeta Phi Eta initiated
two women last night, Nolda Mc-
Camly, '34, and Margaret Sauer, '36.
The ceremony was preceded by a
business meeting and followed by tea
and games. Mrs. Sterling Sanford,
Detroit, an alumna of the sorority,
was present.
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Alumnae Will
Give Quilt Tea;
Public Invited
At the quilt tea sponsored by the
Michigan Alumnae Association to be
given this afternoon the following
women will pour: Mrs. G. B. Edmon-
son, Mrs. C. A. Sink, Mrs. A. 0. Lee,
Mrs. John Sundwall, Mrs. C. D.
Thorpe, Mrs. W. C. Walz, Mrs. Max
Winkler and Mrs. C. E. Griffin.
Those who will assist in serving
are Mrs. Nathan S. Potter, Mrs. C. M.
Baves, Mrs. L. S. Wilson, Mrs. F. J.
Arnold, and the Misses Marion Davis,
Jane Mitchell, Katherine Heeson,
Francis Bury, Carol Inglis and Chris-
tine Breed.
The tea is open to the public.
There will be a general admission
charge of 25 cents.

Sophomore Women Continue
Activity Traditional Since 1929

Plans have been completed for the
Sophomore Cabaret and beginning
Wednesday, when all the tryouts will
meet, serious work will be started.
For those who are working in the
Cabaret and for those who expect to
attend, a little of its history is val-
uable.
The Sophomore Cabaret, which is
now looked upon as the traditional
Sophomore activity, really is very
young as it was only recently that it
succeeded the Sophomore Circus,
which had become too cumbersome
and unprofitable. Therefore, in 1929,
the Sophomore class presented its
first Cabaret in -Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall. Dancing, entertainment
and games were offered land the

whole project was carried out in
Italian villa style.
It proved to be a successful change,
from the financial as well as enter- {
tainment viewpoint, so since then the
Cabaret has continued to be given
the last week-end before Christmas
vacation. Every year the Cabaret has
cleared about $500 which is given to
the League Undergraduate Fund to
help pay off their debt which is now
reduced to $9,000..
This year, with all the extra help
to be given by different groups, it
promises to be the best given so far,
according to the committee heads.
The 1910's will be the theme of this
year's Sophomore Cabaret which has
been aptly entitled "Come Up Some
Time.'

RU DO L.P H S

Dean G. Carl Huber of
uate School will speak inf
the Graduate Students'
Club meeting this noon, of
education. All graduate st
terested are invited to att
Russian Tea Room.

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Approximately 450 guests will at-
tend the formal reception to be given
by the Mosher-Jordan Halls from 8
to 10:30 p. m. tonight. Those in the
receiving line will be President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd,
Miss Ellen Stevenson, Mrs. Martha
Ray, Miss Kathleen Hamm, Miss Isa-
bel Dudley, Ann Story, '34, and Mary
Helen McIntosh, '34. The guests will
be received in Jordan Hall.
The refreshments will be served in
Mosher Hall and Miss Marcella
Schneider will act as hostess in the
dining room. Mrs. C. S. Yoakum,
Mrs. James D. Bruce, Mrs. Edward
H. Kraus, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs.
Henry M. Bates, Mrs. Junius E. Beal,
Mrs. Charles A. Sink, Mrs. J. A. Bur-
sley, and Mrs. G. Carl Huber will
pour. Invitations for this reception
were extended from the directors and
all.-the residents of Mosher-Jordan-
Halls.
Bibliophile Meeting
Sees One ActPla
Several groups of the Faculty
Women's Club held meetings yes-
terday afternoon. The Bookshelf and
Stage sections met at the home of
Mrs. R. K. Brown on Hermitage
Road. Mrs. A. L. Clark assisted as
hostess.
The Bibliophiles were entertained
at the home of Mrs. David Mattern'
on Dover Place. Miss Catherine
Campbell acted as assistant hostess.
A one-act play, "Sun-Up," by Lulu
Vollmer was presented. The cast in-
cludedMrs. J. R. Sharman, Mrs. Ja-
cob Sacks, Mrs. Dwight Dumond,
Mrs. Frank Finch, and Mrs. Walter
Emmonds.
MICHIGAN DAMES'
The bridge section of the Michigan
Dames, organization for students'
wives, arranged bridge games for last
nght's meeting of the club. Mrs. Wal-
do Steidtman, chairman of the sec.-
tion was in charge.
Initiation for new members will be
held in two weeks, Mrs. Daniel Gage,
president, said. Other plans formed
at the business session preceding the
card games include arrangements for
dressing dolls for University Hospital
children.

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Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Three
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bert and Richard Arlen; Majestic,
"The Bowery" with Wallace Beery
and Jackie Cooper; Whitney, "Her
Resale Value" with June Clyde, and
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Dancing: League Grill Room -
Stunt Night, Hut, Den, Dixie Inn,
Joe Parker's, Preketes.f
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian
at 4:15 p. m. in Hill Auditorium.

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