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SDAY, SEPT. 28, 1933

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

Wyvern Forms
New Program
For Freshmen

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Drama, Athletics,
Publications A r e
To Women

Wyvern, honorary society for jun-
ior women is sponsoring a different
program for all freshmen women in-
terested in extra-curricular activi-
ties during their first year. Since
Freshman Pageant has been discon-
tinued, first year women have been
disorganized and it is the purpose of
Wyvern to interest freshmen in the
different activities that are offered
them during the year and eventually
to have them organized for some
event of their own.
At the meeting Tuesday, which the
League held in an effort to make new
women acquainted with the League
and its activities, the plans were out-
lined by Maxine Maynard, '35, presi-
dent of Wyvern.
The four divisions to which fresh-
men women's activities are confined
are music, dramatics, athletics, and
publications. New students are im-
mediately.eligible for Freshmen Girls
Glee Club and Choral Union. Maxine
Maynard, Betty Aigler, '35, and Ma-
rie Metzger, '35, are sponsoring this
division.:
Dramatics are under the direction
of Kathleen Carpenter, '35, Mary Sa-
bin, '35, and Nan Dieble, '35, while
publications are headed by Barbara
Bates, '35, Mary O'Brien, '35, and
Hilda Kirby, '35. Barbara Suther-
land, '35, Gilly Griffiths, '35, and
Mary Stirling, '35, have charge of
athletics.
Freshmen women are earnestly
urged to hand in their names, ad-
dresses, and what activity they are
interested in at Miss Ethel McCor-
mick's office in the League if they
have not already signed up at the
meeting held last Tuesday.
Entertainments
Honor Women
At Dormitories
This week has been Welcome Week
at Martha Cook Building, for the
new residents have been entertained
at two interesting parties. Tuesday
afternoon the old girls acted as host-
esses to the new ones at a tea dance.
Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, social di-
rector, and Miss Sarah Rowe, house
director, poured at tables charmingly
appointed with fall flowers. Al Cow-
an's orchestra played for dancing.
Last night an informal spread was
given in honor of the newcomers.
The committee in charge was: Doris
Campbell, '34, Barbara Casper, '34,
Katherine Coffield, '34, Vivian Miles,
'34, Marie Prahl, '34, Mildred Rudd,
'34, Thelma Solosth, '34, Sybil Spen-
cer, '34, Marian Stockdale, '34, and
Gertrude Steffen, '34. Marie Prahl,
'34, has been general chairman in
charge of both affairs.
The resident of Helen Newberry
wish to announce that Harriet D.
Spiess, '35, has been elected as social
chairman for the coming year.
WHILE THEY LAST
New Standard Royal
Portables - $45.00
302 S. State St.

Rushing Dinners
Are Featured By
Novel Decorations
Sorority dinners continue to ex-
press the individuality of the various
houses. At one house southern tunes
added the atmosphere for the widely
acclaimed cooking from below the
Mason and Dixon line.
The Century of Progress was the
theme of a novel evening's enter-
tainment at another house. Place-
cards sketched by the members de-
picted phases of the Fair. Following
the dinner, a pageant illustrating the
progress of women in apparel and
interests was given.
Greeted at the door by a check-
room girl, guests at one house were
ushered into a night club where gigi-
los danced and played roulette with
them.
Little figures made of buck-eyes
caught the attention at a "Good
Luck" dinner at another house while
the rest of the table decorations con-
sisted of corn-cobs surrounded at-
tractively by bitter-sweet and pine
cones. At another house the Mich-
igan colors were carried out in the
decorative scheme.
Houses Entertain
VisitingAlumnae
Guests lists at many of the sorori-
ties 'diminished after the week-end,
but several houses are still entertain-
ing. Mrs. A. R. Booth, president of
the Detroit Panhellenic Association,
attended the dinner at Delta Zeta
last night.
Ruth Mathews, '32, Margaret
Moon, '32, and Odyne Gylette, '32,
are visiting Sigma Kappa. Mrs.
Ethel Mead Van Auken, national
president of Alpha Chi Omega, will
visit the local chapter the latter part
of this week. Mrs. W. W. Krag was
a guest of Alpha Omicron Pi last
night.
Among the number of Alpha Phi
alumni who have arrived in the last
few days to attend rushing are Miss
June Biggers and Miss Frances Bid-
dlecombe of Detroit. Jeanne Dela-
marter returned yesterday to Grand
Rapids after a week's visit in Ann
Arbor.

Dance Tickets
To Be Sold At
League, Union
Interfraternity C ou n cii
Will Not Limit Sales To
Fraternity Houses
Tickets for the Interfraternity
Dance, which is to be held Saturday
at the League under the sponsorship.
of the Interfraternity Council, will
not be limited to the five for each
house that was announced at first,1
according to Harold R. Schmidt, '34,.
in charge of ticket sales.
"We are placing the tickets on sale
at the League and at the Union so
that anyone may come to the dance
who wants to," Schmidt said. "Many
houses have been able to sell more
than their quota of tickets, and if
they want more they can obtain
them by getting in touch with me."
The proceeds from the dance will
be turned over to the Interfrater-
nity Council treasury in order to re-
duce the amount of the annual dues
which each member fraternity must
pay, according to James R. Doty,.'34,
chairman of the dance.
"Ticket sales have exceeded all ex-
pectations," Schmidt said, "and we
expect to sell all the tickets before
the night of the dance."
House-Meetings Are Held
In Mosher-Jordan alls
The first housemeetings of the
year were held in Mosher- Jordan
Halls last night, designed partciu-
larly to acquaint the new girls with
house rules and regulations. Miss
Ethel McCormick gave a brief talk
about the Women's League, and Miss
Olive Johnson and Miss Lois Wroten,
house nurses, spoke a few words on
the subject of health. At each meet-
ing the house constitution was read
by the president: in Mosher Hall
by Mary Helen McIntosh, '34, and in
Jordan Hall by Mary Ann Storey,
'34.I

Art Work Of
Sketch Colony
To Be Shown
Work of the summer sketch colo-
ny of the Student Art Exchange will
be shown atan informal tea from
4 to 6 p. in., Sunday, at the League.
The sketch colony, which operated
near Bar Harbor this summer, will
exhibit work consisting of water col-
or, pen, oil, ink, pastel sketches, nad
prints.
Members of the colony who are
contributing water colors are: Alex-
ander Gow, '31A, Edith Higbie, '31A,
Earl Peldenne, '27A, Helen Maynard,
'33A, and Dorothy White, 31A. Pas-
tels will be contributed by Jack Ga-
fill, '25, and block prints by Mason
Whitney, '34.
Other contributors to the exhibit
who were not at the colony, but who
did new work this summer, are: Ger-
hard Bauer, '33A, Lewis Huesmann,
'33A, Jonathan Taylor, '29A, and
Alice and Jessie Bourquin, '33, all of
whom submitted water colors; Don
Savery, '31A, pen and ink work;
Stanley Zuck, '29A, etchings; Alexis
Lapteff, '30A, ceramic work and
sculpture, and Marion Hill, copper
metal craft.
Miss White is shop manager and
Taylor is in charge of picture ar-
rangement.
MORTARBOARD MEETS
Mortarboard, national honorary
society for senior women, will con-
tinue to operate candy booths in the
sorority houses and the candy booht
ih University Hall in conjunction
with Senior Society for the benefit
of the Undergraduate Fund, it was
decided at the initial fall Mortar-
board meeting yesterday.
PRESBYTERIAN OPEN hOUSE
The Presbyterian House will be
open tomorrow night to members of
the Presbyterian-Young People's So-
ciety and all other students who care
to enjoy a social evening with other
young people.
The program decided upon will of-
fer dancing, cards, refreshments, and
group singing around a bonfire at
the rear of the house.
CANOES FOR RENT
SAUNDERS
Foot of Cedar Street
on Huron River

Women Entrants In
Law School Fetedi
Women entrants into the Law
School were entertained at tea Tues-
day by members of Kappa Beta Pi,
national legal sorority. ,Mrs. Henry
Bates, Mrs. John Waite, and Mrs.
Paul Leidy, patronesses, were pres-
ent.
Officers for the coming year were
elected Monday night. Edna Miller,
'35L, was named presicent and Dor-
othy Goldberg, '35L, was elected sec-
retary-treasurer.
Wesleyan Guild To Hold
Reception For Students
The Council of Wesleyan Guild
will hold a reception at 8 p. m. to-
morrow night in Wesley Hall, Huron
and State Streets, to welcome Meth-
odist students and others new to the
campus who will attend the Metho-
dist church while in Ann Arbor.
Heading the receiving line will be
the pastor of the First Methodist
Church and his wife, Dr. and Mrs.
Frederick B. Fisher. Others will in-
clude Dr. and Mrs. Peter F. Stair,
Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus,
Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Prof.
and Mrs. Heber Curtis, Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Earheart, Regent and Mrs. J.
C. Beal, Prof. and Mrs. George E.
Carrothers, and Prof. and Mrs. John
L. Brumm,
Following the reception there is
planned music, refreshments, and
entertainment.
Modern Beauty Shop
OUR SPECIAL
Shampoo and Finger Wave
With Lemon Rinse ......35c
Oil Push Up
Permanent Wave......$.$2.00
Croquignole
Permanent Wave ....... $3.50
Manicure .................. 35c
Any Shade of Glints ........15e
113 Main St. Phone 2-1478
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ENTERTAINMENT
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MARCASITE STERLING
SILVER RINGS
Mounted with Real Hematite and Genuine
Black Onyx Centers
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flrcade Jewelry Shop
CARL F. BAY Nickels Arcade Phone 9727
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DANCE
Saturday, Sept. 30
From 9-12 - in the
LEAGUE BALLROOM
Tickets $1

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SOCIAL LIFE
UNIVERSITY

STUDENTS-
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.
Blu Bird Hair Sho
5 Nickels Arcade Phone 9616
Fo'un*:ain Pen Sale0

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CO-EDS, PLEASE
do not read this
As a feature of the first night
auto races ever held in Michigan,
at the fair grounds track Friday
night, there will be a beauty con-
test open to all Michigan Co-eds
to pick an unofficial sponsor for
the football team.
The race management has
added this extra feature to an
evening of promised thrills to
please the students.
This will not be a 13ATHING
BEAUTY contest, no show of the
limbs, etc. Just a parade as Miss
Co-Ed appears on the campus.
Judging (by a select commitiee
from the varsity football squad,
names unannounced) will be on
POISE, CARRIAGE, BEAUTY OF
FACE and PERSONALITY.
The winner will receive a round
trip railroad ticket to the Chicago
game and a seat "somewhere near
the coveted 50 yard line." Possi-
bly, also, some publicity.
Just fill in the blank and mail
to President Robert Alber, Wash-
tenaw County Fair Ass'n, c-o
Dodge Motor Sales Co., city.
Name-......................
Address...................
Phone number ...............

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A Series of FRIDAY NIGHT
MAYFAIR
DANCES
Will Be Given Weekly
at the
MICHIGAN LEAGUE
BALLROOM
Inaugural Dance
FRIDAY EVENING
SEPTEMBER 29th
It is planned to bring to Ann Arbor
a number of Orchestral Attractions
that will appeal particularly to dis-
criminating dancers .
The First Of These
Will Be
FREDDIE ZIERER
and His DETROIT BOAT CLUB
ORCHESTRA
And each succeeding Friday night an

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In order to reduce a large and choice
3tock of fountain pens and pencils,
we are offering several leading na-
tionally advertised makes, priced at
$1.00 up. The higher priced items
carry the largest reductions. This
sale is subject to withdrawal without
notice. You will probably not be
able to duplicate this offer again.
Buy nzow ... Save Money.

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