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SATURDAY, OCT. '7, 1933




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19 Sororities
Will Pledge 242
At NoonToday
Silent Period Begun On
Wednesday To Continue
Until Sunday Morning
At the end of an intensive rush-
ing period of almost two weeks, 20
Michigani sororities will pledge 242
women at noon today. The period of
silence which began at 10 p. m. Wed-
nesday must last until 9 a. m. Sun-
day according to new Panhellenic
rules. The list of pledges follows:
Dorothy Adams, Grosse Pointe;
Virginia Callow, Pontiac; Wilhelmina
Carr, Ann Arbor; Florence Davies,
Grosse Pointe; Adelaide Ely, Bir-
mingham; Saxon Finch, Ann Ar-
bor; Edith Fromm, Detroit; Marjorie
Gleason, Bryant, O.; Betty Hulwick,
Goshen, Ind.; Mary Louise Johns,
Detroit; Evelyn Niel, Muskegon;
Marie Mette, Detroit; Jane Nutschler,
Goshen, Ind.; Margaret Norcross,
Grand Rapids; Joyce O'Leary, Grand
Rapids; Dorothy Oostdyk, Grand
Rapids; Jane Reynolds, Alpena; Flor-
ence Schenk, Cass City; Dorothy
Schutt, Detroit; Ann Sims, Freeport,
Ind.; Eva Spencer, Detroit; Carolyn
Welz, Detroit; Doris Wisner, High-
land Park; Jewel Wurrfel, Ann Arbor.
Rose Vamn, Roanoke, Ala.; Har-
riet Thompson, Paw Paw.
Enna Alper, Bercline, Mass.; Jane
Cohn, New York, N. Y.; Jane Gerst-
man, Detroit; Elaine Goldberg, Sh-
ker Heights, O.; Pauline Goldberg,
Bercline, Mass.; Joan Kant, Elyria,
O.; Jean Kohn, Cleveland Heights,
O.; Maxine Levin, Brookline, Mass.;
Frances Levison; Toledo, O.; Melba
Marrison, Buffalo, N. Y.; Marguerite
Merkel, Plattsburg, N. Y.; Louise
Ogens, Milwaukee, Wis.; Betty Set-
ron, Buffalo, N. Y.; Marjery Solo-
mon, Birmingham, Ala.; Dorothy
Winegarden, Flint; Ada Zola, Detroit;
Gertrude Zeman; Detroit; Ruth La-
zarus, Cleveland, O.
Gladys Draves, Dunkirk, N. Y.;
Alice Hiscock, Ann Arbor; Grace Sen-
kus, Waterbury, Conn.; Ona Thorn-
ton, Ann, Arbor; Myrtle Trunk
Grosse Pointe; Signe Johnson, Olean,
N. Y.
Margaret Annas, Detroit; Mary
Jane Castle, Jackson; Barbara Cov-
entry, Duluth, Minn.; Katherine Kil-
man, Buffalo, N. Y.; Margretta Kol-
lig, Saginaw;. Ruth Krentler, Pleas-
ant Ridge; Bertrine Lehman, Detroit;
Carol McClelland, Detroit; Virginia
Nimmo, Detroit; Marion Paterson,
Detroit; Lois Rosenberry, Ann Arbor;
Barbara Smith, Pontiac; Lillian
Thompson, Detroit; Judy Trosper,
Ann Arbor; Dorothy Vale, Detroit;
Betty Vinton, Bloomfield Hills; Betty
Vani Dyne, Owosso.
Peggy Cady, Ann Arbor; Winifred
Gosser, Ann Arbor; Theresa Jaycox,
Hammondscourt, N. Y.; Amber John-
son, Saginaw; Ann Neracher, Sag-
inaw; Ruth Rowell, Char-leston, W.
Va.; Sue Scott, Ann Arbor; Peg Shaw,
Freeport, Ill.
Winifred Bell, Ann Arbor; Dorothy
Conger, Hammond, N. Y.; Eleanor
Leddick, Pontiac; Ruth Pardee, Clin-
ton; Barbara Spencer, Detroit.
Janet Allington, Detroit; Betty Ann
Beebe, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Bolton,
Detroit; Elizabeth Blood, Detroit;
Charline Charles, Grand Rapids;
Martha Chittick, Greenville; Nancy
Cook, Allegan; Alice Goslin, Battle
Creek; Harriet Kanouse, Ann Arbor;

Ann Laub, Grosse Ile; Mary Ellen
Menard, Detroit; Mary Lou Miller,
Detroit; Margaret Newnam, Grosse
Pointe; Nancy Newton, Ypsilanti;
Nancy Quirk, Yysilanti; Charlotte
Reuger, Ann Arbor; Betty Servis, De-

Christian Will Dedicate
New Organ At Worcester
Prof. Palmer Christian, of the
School of Music, will dedicate the
new organ in the civic auditorium
at Worcester, Mass., early in Novem-
ber. He recently dedicated the or-
gan in the new Battle Creek audi-
torium, given to the city by W. K.
troit; Helen Stevenson, Rochester, N.
Y.; Eleanor Wasey, Bloomfield Hills;
Josephine Wilcox, Detroit; Joan
Whetstone, Lapeer.
Martha Bragg, Ann Arbor; Peggy
Compton, Oak Park, Ill.; Virginia
Davis, Ann Arbor; Helen Dean, Three
Rivers; Gail Duffendack, Ann Arbor;
Louise Florez, Oak Park, Ill.; Virginia
Graham, Detroit; Jean Greenwald,
New Kensington, Pa.; Betty Griffeth,
Wyandotte; Ardell Hardy, Hudson,
Ind.; Jean Harrison, Wilkinsburg,
Pa.; Mae Herndon, Springfield, Ill.;
I Betty King, Hastins-oi-the-Hudson,
N. Y.; Martha Knox, Erie, Pa.; Fran-
ces Lawrence, Detroit; Kathryn Mc-
Naughton, Grand Rapids; Mary
Montgomery, Detroit; Mary Beth
Tarbell, Kenmore, N. Y.; Peggy Wil-
lis, Boston, Mass.; Janet Willoughby,
Flint; Dorothy Geldhart, New York,
N. Y.
Winifred Arnold, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Kay Bishop, Lansing; Virginia Burt,
Ann Arbor; Lucy Cartozian, Scars-
dale, N. Y.; Trudy Downing, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.; Mary Ferris, Hicksville,
O:; Jean Hatfield, Beverly Hills, Ill.;
Harriet Hathaway, Blissfield; Jean
Keller, Hastings-on-the-Hudson, N.
Y.; Kate Landrum, Cleveland, 0.;
Esther Lincoln, Jackson; Marian Mc-
Dongall, Harvey, Ill.; Peg Moore,
Philadelphia, Pa.; Helen Mary Ny-
land, Flint; Nancy Olds, Shaker
Heights, O.; Elsie Pierce, Ann Arbor;
Louise Stevens, Muskegon; Marjorie
Swan, Detroit; Phyllis Whitely, Do-
wajiac; Mary Louise Willoughby, De-
Adele Gardner, Clarkston; Eliza-
beth Hutchinson, Kenmore, N. Y.;
Emma Luening, Newark, N. J.; Irene
Lyons, Grand Rapids; Janet McPhee,
Ann Arbor; Marion McPhee, Ann Ar
bor; Betty Walz, Saginaw.
Harriet Church, Elkhart, Ind.;
Charlotte Hamilton, Port Huron;
I Margie Langenderfer, Toledo, O.; Ei-
leen Lay, Ann Arbor; Mary Potter,
Ann Arbor; Betty Robertson, Detroit;
Gertrude Sawyer, Hastings, N. Y.;
Helen Schmidt, Hastings, N. Y.;
Louise Sprague, Troy, N. Y.; Dprothy
Webb, Detroit; Janet Wray, Evan-
ston, Ill.
Mary Margaret Campbell, Detroit;
Betty Jane Dawson, Ann Arbor; Dor-
is Everett, Saulte St. Marie; Edith
Hamilton, Detroit; Jeanne Keppel,
Ann Arbor; Mary Alice Krieger,
Michigan City, Ind.; Grace Lemb-
recht, Detroit; Mary McIvor, Detroit;
Lois White, Fremont.
Phyllis Blauman, Detroit; Joyce
Snyder; Jane Fitzgerald, Grosse
Pointe; Barbara Otte, Grand Rapids;
Helen Shapland; Sally Thompson,
Dorothy Bailey, Coral Gables, Fla.;
Betty Ann Barthel, Grosse Pointe;
Grace Bennett, Midland; Mabel
Campbell, Pontiac; Dorothy Connel-
Ian, Ann Arbor; Jane Edmonson,
Ann Arbor; Anne Fitzgerald, Detroit;
Eloise Flitcraft, Oak Park, Ill.; Edith
Frederick, Grosse Pointe; Jean Has-
kins, Winnetke,; Jean Hatcher,
Grosse Pointe; Rose Marie Hermann,
South Bend, Ind.; Dorothy Imrie,
Grand Rapids; Katherine Lundell,
Grosse Pointe; Pauline Mitchell,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Eleanor Noyes, Bat-
tle Creek; Frances O'Dell, Highland

Park, Ill.; Katherine Rietdyk, Mus-
kegon; Josephine Scott, Cleveland,
O;. Virginia Spray, Canton, O.; Mary
Jane Sullivan, Sturgis; Mary Edna
Travis, Birmingham, Ala.; Marjorie
Warren, Yonkers, N. Y.; Dorothy

Game Brings
Several Guests
To Fraternities
Sigma Nu Honors Guests
From State Chapter At
Season's First Formal
Fraternities entertain the first
football week-end guests.
Phi Kappa
Guests visiting the Phi Kappa fra-
ternity for the Michigan State game
are: Charles Dickson, '33; Jack Mc-
Carthy, Grand Rapids; Joe and Ed
Brady, Howell; John Wagner, De-
i troit; Jerry Harrington, Dearborn;
Morris O'Brian, Cleveland, O.; and
Representative O'Connor, New York
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity an-
nounces the pledging of John Sharf,
'35, Calumet.
Sigma Nu
At the first formal dance of the
year Sigma Nu fraternity entertained
members of the Eunomian chapter
from Lansing and their guests last
Those attending from Michigan
State were: George Patterson, Rob-
ert Kipt, Howard Girardin, David
Burckett, Joseph Pelton, Curtis Rog-
ers, Minard Farley, William Goer-
mich, Clyde Stump, Earl Stump,
Wayne Chapman, and Merle Lem-
Tney were accompanied by the
Misses LaVerne Solomon, Gretchen
Gehring, Eleanor Hubbard, Carol
Pelton, Jane Heston, Barbara. Bef-
ford, Ruth Stringham, Ruth John-
son, Betty Fraker, Virginia Lyon,
Marguerite Robbinn, and Elizabeth
Women from this campus who
were present were: Grace Snyder,
'37, Lois King, '37, May Anne Bicken,
'37, Eleanor Stevenson, '37, Kay
Thompson, '34, Mildred Hydeko, '37,
Alice Hannon, '36, Lucy Cope, '37,
Eleanor, Anderson, '37, and Joy Ste-
wart, '35.
Wilson, Youngstown, Ohio.
Helen Wroughton, Detroit; Delta
Glass, New York; Margaret Holden,
New York; Rose Durham, Owosso;
Mary Baxter, Philadelphia; Mary
Matthews, Detroit; Laura Zimmer-
man, Owosso.
Mary Margaret Barnes, Detroit;
Camilla Bowman, Grand Rapids;
Gretchen Bowman, Detroit; Jose-
phine Cavanaugh, Midland; Henri-
etta Cherrington, Gallipolis, O.;
Florence Carpenter, Bay City; Hazel
Estep, Huntington, W. Va.; Esther
Greenwood, Youngstown, O.; Barba-
ra Hahan, Youngstown, O.; Barbara
Hanna, Detroit; Harriet Heath, Ann
Arbor; Kathleen Higer, Port Huron;
Marian Holden, Detroit; Gertrude
Jean, Grand Rapids; Ruth Ann Jur-
negan, Michawaka, Ind.; Suzanne
Johnson, Wyandotte; Lois King,
Lakewood, O.; Jeane McLean, De-
troit; Mary Elizabeth Moore, St.
Clair; Barbara Morgan, New Haven,
Conn.; Katherine Porter, Grand Ra-
pids; Rose Marie Rendinell, Youngs-
town, O.; Nancy Sheppard, Detroit;
Grace Snyder, Lakewood, O.; Sally
Sovereign, Bay City; Helen Strand,
Birmingham; Marjorie Turner, Ann
Arbor; Virginia Ulrich, Grand Ra-
pids; Lucille Wright, Grand Rapids;
Edith Zurbe, Detroit; Virginia Ran-
dolph, Worcester, Mass.
Patricia Kelly, Nyack, N. Y.; Mary
Alice McQuillan, Ann Arbor; Fran-
cesca Schrauder, Monroe; Therle
Wagner, Chicago, Ill.
Leona Barley, Detroit; Ellen Chap-

man, Oak Park, Ill.; Bessie Curtis,
Ann Arbor; Jane Ashley, Cincinnati,
O.; Janice Cushing, Buffalo, N. Y.;
Alberta McCotter, Sharon, Pa.; Eliz-
abeth Foster, Kansas City, Mo.

Original Costumes Displayed At
Betsy Barbour Dress-Up Party

. . .

To say that the persons present at
the Betsy Barbour fancy-dressparty
held Thursday night were all dressed
as 'delectable rosebuds' would be an
erroneous statement, but the girl who
carried off first prize had planned
her costume about an idea froh 'La
Vie de Paree." Maybe it wasn't Paris
though. She might have been a mem-
ber of a Turkish court, but neverthe-
less, Parisienne or Turk, Rachel
Lease, '37, made-up accordingly, was
considered the best-dressed Betsy
Betty Robentson, '37, rather took
the opposite viewpoint, with much
eads onor
New Director
The directors of Mosher-Jordan
Halls, the Misses tKatherine Hamm,
Isabel Dudley, Marcella Schneider,
Dorothy Birdzell, and Katherine
Koch, are entertaining at luncheon
today' in honor of Mrs. Martha L.
Ray, the new social director of Mosh-
er Hall. The luncheon is to be served
in Jordan Hall at small tables dec-
orated with fall flowers.k
Among the guests are Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd,
and her sister, Mrs. Jesse who is her
house-guest, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Miss Ellen B. Ste-
venson, Mrs. Leona M. Diekema, Miss
Inez Bozorth, Miss Ethel McCormick,
Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Sara L.
Rowe, Miss Edith A. Barnard, Mrs.
Alta M. Schule, Dr. Helene E. Schutz,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Sadye Power,
Mrs. Dorothy Waller, Miss, Frances
MacKinnon, Miss Lucille Streeter,
Miss Bertha E. Flynn, Miss Rodda
and Mrs. Frederick Jordan.
Engagement Of Former
Student Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart of
Darlington Road, Pittsburgh, Pa., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Phyllis Ruth Stewart
to Mr. Harold Sylvan Soltman, son
of Dr. and Mrs. David J. Soltman of
Philadelphia, Pa..
Miss Stewart attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan last year, and her
fiance is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania Law School. The
wedding will take place this winter,
the date to be announced later.
Wheroe1To Go.
Dancing: League Ballroom, Michi-
gan Union, Chubb's, Granger's.
Motion Pictures:, Michigan, "Turn
Back The Clock"; Majestic, "Cap-
tured," with Leslie Howard; Wuerth,
"The Gallant Fool."

bustle et cetera, and received second
prize for her outfit. ,
Wearing Russian boots which
looked strangely to us like last year's
galoshes, a red tunic affair and a
huge shako, mysteriously resembling
a silver fox skin, Mrs. Leona Die-
kema, director of the house, made
quite a perfect Russian grand homme.
Miss Martha Rodda, dietician, and
Marion Saunders, '31, appeared as
Turks, wrapped in Turkish towels.
Pocahontas was there in all her glory.
Someone came dressed as The Mich-
igan Daily, or had we better say
dressed in Michigan Dailies; we no-
ticed one of Macbeth's witches, a
number of peasants, bowery maids,
and even a few sailors, minus the
ports but plus plenty of girl friends.
The party was in cabaret style,
with the victrola substituting for a
10-piece orchestra. It is an annual
affair at Betsy and was arranged this
year by Susan Mahler, '35. Blue and
yellow tapers and blue and yellow
block-M's on the center of the tables]
formed the decorations.
Lambda Chi's
Initiate Three
New Members
Three women were -initiated into
Lambda Chi Omega, national busi-
ness and professional women's soror-
ity, at ceremonies held last night in
the League. The banquet "preceding
the initiation was also the observance
of the local organization's Found-
er's Day. New officers were installed
at the same time.
The initiates, the Misses Marilyn
Parks, Ruth Ellsworth, and Eletha
Black, were welcomed by Miss Mar-
guerite Weber, rush captain.
Miss Eunice Weisman is the in-
coming president; Miss Virginia Bai-
ley, vice-president; Miss Dorothea
DeFries, secretary; Miss Ella Kueh-
ner, treasurer; Miss Mary Shekell,
Clavis editor; Miss Marguerite Web-
er, historian; and Miss Elizabeth
Henry, rush captain.
Mrs. A. F. Bailey, Mrs. F. Roy
Holmes, and Mrs. W. E. DeFries, pa-
tronesses, were present at the ban-
Ann Arbor Women
Attend Conference
A number of prominent Ann Arbor
women are in Jackson this week-end
attending the State Convention of
the A.A.U.W. Miss Maude Hagel, local
president, Mrs. Hugh Keeler, Mrs. Al-
bert Reeves, Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, Mrs.
Fred Jordan, Mrs. Arthur Moehlman,
Mrs. George Carriuthers, Mrs. Otto
Haisley, Mrs. William R. Taylor, Mrs.
Louis Karpinski and Mrs. E. R. Sun-
derland are among those represent-
ing the Ann Arbor branch.

We found the cleverest line of
compacts, jaunty big ones for you
and smart ones for that birthday
present, at Calkins-Fletcher Drug
Co.'s cosmetic counter. For cam-
pus we gazed longingly at the
neatest of flapjacks, that would
yield powder for a week's shiny
noses. There's a certain somebody
in charge of said counter that
knows her cosmetic lines, and she
carries all the best, Dorothy Grey,
Primrose House, Rubenstein, and
Barbara Gould. There are lip-
sticks in intriguing shades, and
the perfumes of a Turk's harem,
with the swishiest atomizers!
* * *
Puff, not a soap-bubble, but
equally sheer and many times as
strong, that's the new I. Miller
hose, carried on campus by the
I. Miller Boot Salon, at 300 State.
And as for the boots themselves,
just ask diagonal strollers about
the comfort of the suede brogans,
with contrasting trims. Or for
evening glamour, we're simply
that way about "Dinner at Eight,"
a sandal in silver or gold sunray
effect on fabric. It's enough to
say "It gives you the poise of a
dancer." It's a clever new shop
run by Hall & Co. Perfect fitting
is a sure thing.
* * *
Who mixed Cleopatra's face
powder? Think it over and be
thankful that you've an expert in
town to blend yours to your indi-
vidual skintone. The modern miss
must be smooth, a personality
complete, and that's impossible
without smooth face powder. Ask
the Fifth Avenue Shop at 300 S.
State. They blend rouges as well,
the texture of your skin and the
colors you wear being taken into
consideration. Then your make-
up should be complete with eye.
shadow, mascara, and powder
base - all for you!
The immobility of men's minds,
the persistent force of habit, the
resistence to new rules in an old
game, make basic changes slow and
difficult, so we content ourselves by
dealing with superficial ones and
calling them fundamental.- Owen D.

Finger tips go glamorous under
treatment by the new manicurist
at Pauline's Beauty Parlor, 302 S.
State. She knows all the right
shades of glitter for the right
times. And you can meet all those
friends you've been planning to
see; while being beautified it's
convenient! Pauline's permanents
are distinctive. How are your
curls these days? We know what
a summer can do, it's grand while
it lasts, but tears come after.
Shampooing is done with soft wa-
ter. Facials, m a r e elli n g-of
course, and Pauline knows the size
of -a co-ed's purse.
* * *
Knits that won't stretch! We
were skeptics ourselves until we
saw all the Miriam Gross frocks at
the University Fashion Shop on
S. U. There's a bolero model in
spicy brown, with red accessories,
that belongs in the stadium today.
And to go with all the sporty
styles there are glove and fez sets
in all colors. It's the only shop
for gals in the south-east side of
campus, and oh my, the notions
they carry! A rust sailor with a
come hither brim is among their
many bonnets. And if you wish
everything is "matchable."
It's a game day and a busy day,
so let The Parrot make sit smooth
for you.\ Start off with a late
breakfast, with the coffee you
wake up thinking about. Get Her
some of that chewy salt taffy to
keep her quiet between halves,
while you're concentrating on the
final score, and then celebrate the
victory at The Parrot. All the
Who's Who on and. off campus
will be there, cussing and discuss-
ing the plays. And finally, after
the dance tonight, how could you
eid the day more perfectly than
by occupying a Parrot booth
again? You tell us.
Fraternities and Sororities
For Artistic
Call the
Kempf Music Studios
Prompt Service
Phone 6328 312 S. Division

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Pledge formals are on
in full swing- We
have an abundance of
new articles to com-
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give you an assurance
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Subject: "Russia-After 15 Years"
Col. Robins' appearance in Ann
Arbor will be one of the first fol-
lowing his return to the United
States. His discussion of the con-
ditions in Russia will be both in-
formative and interestingly illus-
trated by his colorful experiences.
Schedule of Lectures
Nov. 1 - Dorothy Sands
"America's Theatre Glorious"
Nov. 15 - Edna St. Vincent Millay
Dec. 12 - Col. Raymond Robins
"Russia - After 15 Years"


K" Mrimodore Fellowes, D.S.O.,
will , with him the pictures
portfr ':fn,; his thrilling expedition
in wli - he flew to a height of 34,-
500 feet, swept over Mt. Everest
and its snow plume and looked
down on its terrific precipices and
man-defying walls.
Special Reduced Season
Ticket Prices
Three central sections of the

priced at five,



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Dorothy Sands made a series of appearances in the
Booth Theatre, New York City, last year at a single





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