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TilE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCIETY

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Sororities Are
Warned About
Rushing Rules
New Ruling Is Added To
Protect Women Who Do
Not Pledge Any Sorority
At the Pan-Hellenic Association
Meeting held yesterday in the League
special emphasis was placed on the
rule governing the silent period in
rushing. Josephine McCausey, '34,
president of Panhellenic, stressed the
fact that from 10 p. m. Wednesday,
Oct. 4, until 9 a. m. Sunday, Oct. 8,
there shall be absolutely no com-
munication with any rushee.
This ruling is new this year and
will be stringently enforced, Miss
McCausey said. It was added es-
pecially to protect those women who
do not pledge any sorority at the
end of formal rushing.
Another rule that was stressed at
the meeting was that lists and bids
must be handed in at the office of
the;Dean of Women before 10 a. m.
Thursday, Oct. 5, rather than before
noon: as previously planned. This
ruling was made necessary by the
.change of the time of pledging from
3 p. m. to 12 noon Saturday. The
sororities may call for the new
pledges before noon on that day.
Many Alumnae
In Town For
Rushing Period
Many sorority parties are being
made more interesting by entertain-
ment provided by talented members.
Gamma Phi Beta entertained at a
rushing dinner Wednesday night.
The table decorations were in the
college colors, and , between the
courses the guests enjoyed dancing.
Among the alumnae who attended
were Mrs. Waldo M. Abbot, Mrs. Ev-
erett S. Brown, Mrs. Rudolph Win-
nacker, Mrs. E. S. Wolaver, Miss Lin-
da Eberbach, Mrs. E. L. Adams, Miss
Mary Wagoner, '33, and Margaret
Smith, '33.
Virginia Hugg, '35, and Margaret
Spencer, '36, were in charge of the
arrangements.
Mrs. Rachel Ramsay Burroughs,
of Detroit, is visiting the Alpha Chi
Omega house for the remainder of
the week. Between the courses of the
buffet dinner given Thursday night,
entertainment was furnished by the
dancing of Alice Uhlman, '34, and
singing by Ruth Kaser, '35, and Bet-
ty Bergener, '34. White tapers com-
pleted the color scheme of red, white,
and lavendar.
MAYOR ENTERTAINED
Robert A. Campbell, Mayor of Ann
Arbor, and Robert E. Norrin, of Ann
Arbor, were entertained at dinner
at the Acacia fraternity last night.
Both men are alumni of Acacia.

Mayfair anees
Are To Feature
Freddie Zierer
Freddie Zierer and his Detroit Boat
Club orchestra will be the featured
attraction tomorrow night at the in-
itial dance in the series of Friday
night Mayfair Dances, planned for
the Michigan League Ballroom dur-
ing the coming season. Mr. Zierer
was a student at the University of
Vichigan from 1917 to 1925, and has
the distinction of having lead the
only all-student orchestra of this
school ever to play at a J-Hop here.
Mr. Zierer's success as a leader of
a dance orchestra led him to Europe
on 'a continental dance tour. The or-
chestra opened with a three month
engagement in Paris, later fulfilling
a four month contract in Madrid at
the Alcazar, where it played for the
former King Alfonso.
After remaining on the continent
for seven months, Zierer and his or-
chestra returned to this country
under contract for a special engage-
ment of 18 weeks. Thereafter they re-
sumed work in Paris at the Casino
de Paris, remaining there for three
years. Before returning to the United
States the orchestra toured Germany
and played a season at the Casino at
Deauville. A number of the mem-
bers of the organization who origin-
ally left the University with Zierer
are still with him.
Announce Winners
Of BridgeTourney
Winners of the Bridge Tourna-
ment held Tuesday at the League
were announced today by Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League. Prof. and Mrs. John C. Brier
were the winners .of the cup pre-
sented to the north-south side. Two
students, David Winkworth, '36, and
Gordon Steele, '36, were the winners
for the east-west division.
Eight tables were filled Tuesday
at the opening of the tournament.
It will be held every week, accord-
ing to Miss McCormick. The admis-
sion fee is 25 cents.
I NTERFRATERN ITY
4) DANCE
LEAGUE BALLROOM
0 Saturday, Sept. 30, 9-12 p.m.
$1 Couple or Stag
Fraternities and Sororities
For Artistic
PIANO TUNING
Call the
Kempf Music Studios
Prompt Service
Phone 6328 312 S: Division
"ACTIV ES"
need the comfort
of these ...
CAMPUS*,

John Va Ts l a T Te
League Bridge Lessons
October 4 has been announced as
the opening date for the firstaof the
bridge lessons to be held a-t the

League. A series of eight lessons
under the direction of Mr. John
C. Mathes will be offered for $2.25,
according to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League.
j Contrary to last year's policy, no
j single lessons will be given. Mr.

Mathes attended the
Bridge Convention last
he won several honors.

Culbertson
year, where

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DANCING at
Grangier's Blirooni
-TO
CAL EDWARDS ORCHESTRA
GENE BURHANS, Directing
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
9 until 1 (Fridays) and 9 until 12 (Saturdays)
TICKETS 75c the Couple

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go SanCe usIC
-for your entertainment we hove
engaged five good dance bands for
this semester at the but and the
den .. .

I TERFREATERN ITY
DANCE
Saturday, Sept. 30, 9-12 p.m.
$ at The League
AX GAIL'S BAND
CO-EDS, PLEASE
do not read this-
As a feature of the first night
auto races ever held in Michigan,
at the fait 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 BATHING
BEAUTY contest, no show of the
limbs, etc. Just a parade as Miss
Co-Ed appears on the campus.
Judging (by a select commituee
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 ..............
(Note-this is no publicity stunt
to grab off a swell lot of new
phone pumbers).
All entries will be taken to and
from the grounds, if they have no
other transportation, in buses fur-
nished by Sewel Platt.
Remember - This is at the fair
grounds this Friday night. The
place will be brilliantly lighted.

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to bill

mar-

shal's tea dance band at the ut
each afternoon - worthy of com-
ment *. .
supper dancing at both the hut
and the den every night eight-
thirty until ten-thirty--friday and
Saturday - nine until twelve . 9.

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hut

fingeri operated
both ends of the campus

the
den,

I NTERFRATERN ITY
* DANCE
Saturday, Sept. 30, 9-12 p.m.
MAX GAIL'S BAND
$1 Couple or Stag

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F T H E
YOUNGERSE
Fashions may come, and fashions
may go, but pumps go on forever,
providing they're as smart as the
three below. Connie's little price
does wonders for any allowance.
AAAA to D
3 to 8
The Spanish influence ... black
or brown kid, is enchanting with
stitching and a tiny pc:.nt bow.

Prices of Season Tickets (10 Concerts) have been re-
duced to $5.00 - $7.00 - $8.50 - $10.00. In addition,
each season ticket contbins a $3.00 May FestlvaI toupon.
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FRITZ KRE SLER,
King of Violinists

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EUosNE GOOSSENS, Coroiw!e r
Goossens' Ann Arbor Debut Tuc 'ay , December 5

MONTH-END
HAT SALE
Friday and Saturday
|I.95
FELTS -:- SATINS
FABRICS
Brims and Turbans
,4 r T 4 a ,v ,

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Suede, black or
brown, with three
rows of contrast-
ing stitching does
more than jus.
tice to any foot.

ROUGH BUCKS
GRAINS AND
CALFSKI NS
BLACK OR
BROWN
College
Shoe Section

A higher cut in Hunters green or
Burgandy redsuedeandkid.7

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Ossi> GABRILOWITSCH, DYictor
Michigan's Own Wednesday, February

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