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TURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1933 T EHE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SOCIETY

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22 Parties Occupy Campus In
Celebration Of Last Home Game

More than 22 fraternity and so-
rority parties will be given tonight in
celebration of the last home game
of the football season.
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority is
having its annual pledge formal to-
night. Dr. and Mrs. Clarence S.
Yoakum and Mrs. Franklin Moore
will be chaperons. Music will be fur-
nished by "The Ambassadors."
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity is en-
tertaining tonight with an open
pledge formal. Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
-Eardley and Mr. and Mrs. Newton
S. Bement will chaperon. Max Gail's
orchestra will furnish the music.
Kappa Nu fraternity is holding an
open winter pledge formal tonight,
with the chapter house decorated in
modernistic manner. Ken Lund-
quist and his orchestra will play.
The dance will be chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Dutsch and Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Sloman.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dey will
chaperone the formal to be held at
Alpha Kappa Kappa tonight. F. J.
Mellencamp, '34M, has arranged the
dance.
Louis Rubin, '35D, is in charge of
the dance to be held at Alpha Ome-
ga. Dr. and Mrs. Hart, Flint, will
chaperon the dance.
Chi Psi is holding a dinner-dance
after the game, to be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Abbott. Rich-
ard Degener, '34, has charge of the
dance.
Dr. and Mrs. John F..Huber will
chaperon the party to be held at Del-
ta Sigma Delta. O. L. Ricker, '34D,
has arranged the dance.
Max Crosman, '35, is in charge of
the dance at Delta Sigma Phi. Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Waterman will chap-
eron.
Prof. -and Mrs. Walter E. Lay will
chaperon the party at Kappa Delta
Rho fraternity. Harley Newcomb,
'35E, has -arranged the party.
Phi Alpha Delta is holding a closed
informal tonight, with Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Kindred chaperoning. Pierre
V. Heftler has arranged the dance.
At Phi Delta Epsilon, Larry Da-
Informal Football Dance
At League Horors Team
The .first annual football dance
is to be held tonight at the League
in honor of the team. It will be in-
formal. Bill Marshall's orchestra will
supply the music, and the chaperons
are to be Miss Alto Atkinson, man-
ager of the Michigan:. League, and
Miss Ethel McCormick, social director
of the League.

vidow, '35M, is in charge of the
dance, which will be chaperoned by
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Kahn, Dr. and
Mrs. M. Goldmanner, and Dr. I. J.
Hauser,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hornberg-
er, and Mr. Otto J. Stahl will chap-
eron the dance at Phi Mu Alpha.
Kenneth B. Sage, '35SM, has ar-
ranged the dance.
Phi Psi is holding a closed formal,
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Zap, and arranged by Philip Single-
ton, '35E.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. O'Shaughnessy,
Coldwater, will chaperon the party
at Psi Omega. Ronald Fox, '350,
has made the plans for the dance.
Wallace Gail's orchestra will play
for the dance at Sigma Alpha Mu.
Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Goldman and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldman, Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Paul, Detroit,
will be guests at Tau Delta Phi to-
night.
Tau Kappa Epsilon is holding a
radio dance, with Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Fuller as guests. Arthur Irwin,
'34, has arranged the dance.
At Theta Kappa Psi, John Mac-
Neal, '35M, is arranging the dance,
which will be chaperoned by Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Ross.
Lieut. and Mrs. R. R. Coursey, and
Dr. and Mrs. M. .K. McGarvey will
chaperon the dance at Theta Xi,
which has been arranged by Tor
Nordenson, '36E
J. Norman Allstin, '34D, has ar-
ranged the party at Zi Psi Phi. Dr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Ryan will be the
guests of the house.
Music School Staff
Continues Concerts
The faculty of the School of Music
will present another of its series of
Sunday afternoon concerts at 4:15
p. mn. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium.
The public is invited to attend.
The interesting and varied program
will include a septet for strings, harp,
flute and clarinet, and a group of
songs for tenor voice, sung by Prof.
Arthur Hackett, Prof. Wassily Bese-
kirsky, Prof. James Hamilton, Prof.
Anthony Whitmire, Prof. Hanns Pick,
and Prof. Joseph Brinkman.

Tea Follows Game
At Mosher-Jordan
Mosher-Jordan Halls are holdingI
open-house today after the game. In
Jordan Hall, Janet Wray, '35, is
chairman, and Nancy Sheppard, '35,
assistant chairman. Their committee
is composed of Virginia Randolph,
'37, Barbara Hanna, '37, Virginia
Slocum, '34, Jean Greenwald, '37, Lil-
lian Rosen, '36, June Rosenblum, '36,
Betty Hulwick, '37, Virginia Blight,
'36, Jane Mutchler, '37, Mary Louise
Burgess, '35, Natalie Holmes, '36, Ger-
trude Sawyer, '36, and Virginia Rit-
ter, '35.
Several members of the cast of
"Dinner at Eight" will be the guests
of Miss Isabel Dudley, social director
of the halls.
In Mosher Hall, Lenore LeGendre,
'33, social chairman, is in charge of
a committee consisting of Jane Fitz-
gerald, '37, Dorothy Leake, '34, Betty
Parris, '37, Margaret Guest, '37, Bea-
trice Rabinowitz, '37, Virginia Ulrich,
'34, Nancy Atkinson, '35, and Anna-
belle Mondschein, '33. The committee
has asked Jean Turnbull, '34, Melinda
Crosby, '34, Catherine England, '34,
and Lucille Lucas, '34, to pour.
Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Kathleen
Hamm, director of the halls, and Miss
Marcella Snyder, assistant director,
will alternate in pouring in both
halls.
W.A.A. Holds Party
For Visiting Teams
W.A.A., at a tea from 3:30 to 5
p. m. today, is honoring 10 visiting
hockey teams representing Pittsburgh,
Chicago, Wetomacheka, Cleveland,
Central Illinois and Michigan. Miss
Marie Hartwig and Miss Dorothy
Beise of the physical education de-
partment will pour.
The teams will be entertained to-
night at a banquet in the Union.
Miss Eileen Lampkin, vice-president
of the Michigan Hockey Association,
will act as toastmistress. Miss Kath-
erine Curtis, president of the Great
Lakes Division, and Dr. Margaret
Bell, director of physical education
for women, will address the guests.
Dr. Herbert A. Miller, noted soci-
ologist who was ousted two years ago
from Ohio State University for his
advanced social theories, has been
appointed professor of political and
social economy at Bryn Mawr Col-
lege.

Many Alumni
To Return For
The eek-End
Houses are entertaining many
guests over the week-end for the
last home game.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
C h a r 1 o t t e Feldman, Petoskey,
Mich., and Heila Fishman, '33, Chi-
cago, are guests of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority this week-end.
Delta Chi
Several alumni of Delta Chi fra-
ternity have returned this week-end
to attend an alumni reunion.
Alpha Omicron Phi
Eleanor Welch, Port Huron, Mar-
ion Runsey, Detroit, and Helen Hold-
en, Detroit, are week-end guests.
Phi Kappa
Phi Kappa fraternity recently en-
tertained Miss Blanche Ring and
Ainsworth Arnold, of the "Dinner at
Eight" cast, and Prof. William H.
Egly of the English department at a
dinner.
Phi Sigma Delta
Week-end guests visiting the Phi
Sigma Delta house are Gabe Joseph,
and Maurice Lazar, Chicago; and
Merill Cowan and Lester Schonberg,
Cleveland.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Edith Bergman, Flint, is visiting
here this week-end.
Sigma Kappa
Edna Waugh, Detroit, and Jo Kit-
chin, Ypsilanti, are visiting over the
week-end.
S u s a n B. Antony, 17-year-old
namesake and grand niece of the fa-
mous fighter for women's rights, is a
freshman this year at the University
of Rochester.
League Position Open
To In terested Women
Those women who wish to ap-
ply for the position of business
secretary of the League should
hand in their names at the Un-
dergraduate Office now,4accord-
ing to Ada :Blackman, '34, pres-
ent secretary. Some form of try-
out will then be conducted and
the list will be narrowed down
to two names by the second se-
mester.

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Chorus To Rehearse
There will be a singing rehear-
sal for tryouts for the Sophomore
Cabaret at 4:30 p. m. Monday,
according to Julie Kane, '36. Ad-
ditional tryouts will still be ac-
cepted, she said.

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HONOR YOUR FOOTBALL TEAM
at the MICHIGAN LEAGUE'S
FIRST ANNUAL
FOOTBALL
DA NC
SATURDAY NIGHT
November 18th

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