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TUESDAY, OCT. 3,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dr. Bell Will Give Talk Cle
At Dormitory Meeting F
Dr. Margaret Bell will be the guest O
of Betsy Barbour House at dinnere er
Wednesday night. During the regu- ftie

Entertainment
By Fraternities
Varies In Form
Pledging, Smokers, And
Dinners Supply House
Activities ; Alumni Visit
Even with the first week of classes
and the strain of rushing, several
fraternities have been able to enter-
tain.
Phi Beta Delta
Alumni -visiting Phi Alpha Delta
for the final rushing parties this
week are: Irving Goldstein, '32L,
Benjamin Fishman, '32L, Benjamin
Marcus, '29L, Bert Marks, '29L, Mil-
ton Soroc, '30, Max Isberg, '30, all
of Detroit; and Edward B. Eliezer,
'33L, of West Baden, Indiana.
Phi Lambda Kappa
Phi Lambda Kappa medical fra-
ternity announces the pledging of
Frederick Zaff, '34, of Chelsea,
Mass.; Morris B. Daitch, '34, Newark,
N. Y.; Isodore Botvinick, '34, Detroit;
Maurice C. Borin, '33, Detroit; Julius
V. Saperstein, '35, Detroit; Arthur
Dennison; Arthur M. Snyder, '33,
Detroit; Daniel.Danzig; Harold A -
nikofff; and Norman Sklovin. Pledg-
ing took place during the last two
weeks.
Phi Kappa Alpha,
Phi Kappa Alpha entertained Mr.
William C. Sanderson, Chicago, Ill.,
and Lieut. H. Gustavus Portman, of
Selfridge Field, at Sunday dinner.
Theta Chi
The members of Theta Chi fra-
ternity will entertain several guests
at a smoker tonight..

campus Celebrities
Throng At 'League
For Gay Evening
By JANICE WRIGHT
Practically everyone who has ever
been known on the campus appeared
at the Interfraternity Ball Saturday
night, when crowds of notables
thronged the League. We were
greeted by nods from people on all
sides.
Jim Doty, with the weight of his
chairmanship solemnizing him a lit-
tle, stood at the head of the stairs.
The Concourse was filled with cou-
plesC strollingabou betweenwdances
and we recognized Jackie Giddingsj
of J.G.P. fame and the blond Jim
Heywood. Then Tom Ellerby, track
captain, and Helen Mason appeared
with Jeannette Detwiler and Harvey
Durand nearby.
The Honorable Chuck Burgess,
president of Vulcans, was entertain-
ing one of the Alpha Phi members,
which reminds us that we had quite
an argument as to the identity of an-
other miss. We couldn't decide
whether it was Millie Bosma or her
cohort, Jean Delamarter; we later
learned that they were both there.
Chuck Jewett and Betty Tant,
well-known as the leaders of last
years' J-Hop, were discussing the
difficulties of the' master of cere-
monies. Myrtle Cooper was also on
hand looking as charming as when
she led Pan-Hellenic Ball, last win-
ter.
The vivacious Mary Pray, former
president of Comedy Club, arrived
with one of the Theta Delts, a well-
represented house. Billie Griffiths,
president of W. A. A., and her vice-
president, Marie Metzger, both mem-
beis of Wyvern, were seen.
Mary Jane Mathewson, who car-

80 Are Initiated
By Martha Cook
Initiation ceremonies for 80 new-
comers were held Sunday afternoon
at Martha Cook Dormitory, followed
by tea at which the old members
were hostesses to the new.dMiss Mar-
garet Ruth Smith, social director of
the house, and Miss Sara Rowe,
house director poured, assisted by
Celia Guntrup, '34, acting president,
and Marie Prahl, '34, acting vide
'president.
The committee in charge included
Miss Guntrup, chairman, Catherine
Coffield, '34, Marie Stockdale, " '34,
Barbara Casper, '34, Eva Johnson,
'34, Call Jean Wilson, '34, and Helen
Bentley.
The initiation tea, and various get-
acquainted dinners held the last
week mark the beginning, of another
Martha Cook social year.
Tied the feminine lead of J.G.P. last
spring, Mary Stirling, and Betty Lit-"
tle were all present. Among the Al-
pha Delts we noticed were Bid Cut-
ting and Ownie Crumpacker, and we
couldn't help being surprised at see-
ing our perennial stag, Bill Giefel,
with a very charming freshman.
Kay Heeson, one of the most out-
standing senior women last year, was
back on campus for a while. Then
there was Harriet Jennings, of the
judiciary board, Peggy Connellan,
Grace Unger, Virginia Hugg, and
Betty Aigler.
Sally Pierce, who contributed to
the entertainment of the Sophomore
Cabaret, was on the evening's pro-
gram. Kay Leopold, known for her
work on the Gargoyle staff was pres-
ent and Lou Crandall, of J.G.P., also.
Among the social lights that mingled
with the crowd were Ernestine Rich-
ter, Ann Mitchell, Mary Jean White,
and Elizabeth McCoy.
The basketball manager was out
for a lithe relaxation, too, for Harry
Hattenbach was also there. Howie
Gould, need we say more, was on
hand, and we noticed Gary Bunting,
Fred Rollins, and Bill Dibble. The
publications staff was practically
there in a body: Tommy Connellan,
Brack Shaw, Grafton Sharp, Joe
Hume, and others.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Haunted Tavern
is serving the same delicious food
at no increase in price?
Phone 7781 417 E. Huron St.

Rushing Teas
And Dinners
Attract Many

Gamm a Phi Beta,
Chi Omega, And
Kappa Entertain

Alpha
Sigma

Teas and dinners this week-end
have brought maniy alumnae to assistj
with rushing.j
At Gamma Phi Beta Mrs. J. F.
Breakey and Mrs. E. L. Adams
poured and Mrs. Wolaver, Mrs. Ev-
erett S. Brown, Miss Linda Eber-
bach, Miss Jane Breakey, Miss Caro-
line Potter, Mrs. Rudolph Winn'acker,
Mrs. E. S. Stevens, Mrs. Waldo M.
Abbott, and Miss Charlotte Bush,
program director, assisted.
Among those who attended were:
Miss Enid Bush, '33; Miss Dorothy
Seens, ex-'35; Miss Mariam White,
'32. all of Detroit; Miss Margaret
Smith, '33, of Cleveland; and Miss
Laura Finly, '33, of Ann Arbor.
Sigma Kappa has hlad as visitors
during the week: Margaret Moon,
'32, Ruth Matthews, '32, Margaret
Eideson, '31, Detroit;eLydia Baird,
'26, and Josephine Ruten, '26.
Alpha Chi Omega sorority enter-I
tamed Sunday with a breakfast and
tea. Fruit and leaves decorated the
tables for the former, and chrysan-
thenums and fail colors for the lat-
ter. ' Ruth Kaser, '35, entertained
with several vocal selections. Last
night the sorority entertained at a
rushing dinner, for which fall garden
flowers adorned the rooms.

Violin Teacher Is
Home From Abroad
Miss Thelma Newell, violin in-
structor at the School of Music, re-
cently returned from a summer
abroad, where she studied under Hu-
bay in Budapest, and later travelled
in Sicily, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria,
Rumania and Hungary.
Mrs. A. R. Crittenden, prominent
among faculty women and president
of Michigan Kings' Daughters, left
yesterday for Marysville, Ohio, where
she will attend.the Ohio State Con-
vention of the order,
The first meeting of the American
Association of University Women
was held at the League Saturday
afternoon. Miss Maud Hagle, presi-
dent of the branch, Mrs. Robert Hall,
program chairman, Mrs. Edson R.
Sunderland, and Mrs. Edward Ad-
ams received. Prof. Max Handman
of the economics department gave an
address on the "Economic Implica-
tions of the NRA."
Fraternities and Sororities
For Artistic
PIANO TUNING
Call the
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Prompt Service
Phone 6328 312 S. Division
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Wednesday
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Gay crowds thronged the Union
and League dance floors Friday and
Saturday nights when upperclass
famous and sophisticated seniors
rubbed shoulders with members of
the freshman class, which appeared
almost in .a body. The class of '37
has learned quickly where to go and
with whom, and sophomore and jun-
ior men are giving the feminine new-
comers a rush. The Interfraternity
dance at the League Saturday night
drew a crowd that looked like one
of DeMille's mob scenes while on
both week-end nights the Union was
festive with clever lighting, synco-
pated music, and smart-looking cou-
ples.
Friday night at the Union there
were lovely gowns and charming co-,
eds. Ann Timmons, Jo Hadley, Nor-
ma Lou Cove and Harriet Wolfe were
" there in a group. Alice Morgan and
Jane Peters looked smart. Jane
Brucker danced by, her attractive,
blouse and a long black skirt with a
row of rhinestone buttons across the
back. Ted McKay, ex-editor of the
Gargoyle and John Lederle, past
president of the Union, Bob Saltz-
stein, present Union head, were
mingling with the crowd.
Chatting in a corner were Jean
Shaw and Eloise Moore, not far from
them Elizabeth Aller. Ginny Hartz
and M. K. Snyder represenited their
house. Blonde Shirley Verner,. Ne-
dra Alexander in a striking blue vel-
vet and Faith Crittenden were en-
joying themselves. Representatives
of all the fraternities paced the cor-
ridor, two of the junior Betas, a Phi
Gam, several Theta Delts, an Alpha
Delt, and a host of others.
Saturday night more than 200 cou-
ples danced to the Union band's
sparkling music. Maxine Maynard,
president of Wyvern, was there,
gowned in, grey crepe with huge
graceful sleeves of purple velvet;
Jane Bassett, in a striking dress of
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effective lines. Prudence Foster wore
black crepe with a color;ed bead mo-
tif on the sleeves. Wally Graham,
editor of the Michiganensian, and
Harriet Hunt were listening to the
music, Harriet in Schiaparelli blue
crepe with rows of buttons on the
shoulder. Mary Savage wore a smart
black crepe with black velvet sleeves
and black earrings to set it off. Ani-
ta Noble and Tom Dooling appeared,
Anita wearing black crepe with a
very clever high neckline. Virginia
Denne in a pale blue crinkled crepe,
dark-haired Florence Harper in
Prussian blue, Helen McDonald in
black with a green satin bodice, Joe
Kitchen in a green print were all
there.
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Steam Oil Croquignole $4.00
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Open Evenings

Prices of Season Tickets (10 Concerts) have been re-
duced to $5.00 - $7.00 - $8.50 $10.00. In a.ddition,
each season ticket contains a $3.00 May Festival coupon.

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Holds 102% more Ink -Shows when to refilfl

BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SERGE KoUSSEVITZKY, Condi lor
110 Players Tuesday, October 24
FRITZ KR EISLER, Violinist
King of Violinists Thursday, November 9
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