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May 17, 1934 - Image 5

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~TLE MICEIGAN DAILY

Horse Show To
Be Presented
By Ridin Club1
The annual Horse Show sponsored
by the Crop and Saddle, the riding
club recently organized by Miss Hilda
Burr and Jane Brucker, '35, will be
held Saturday afternoon at the Fair
Grounds.
Students planning to participate or
attend should meet at 2:15 at the
League where a bus will be waiting.
Miss Brucker extends a cordial wel-
come to everyone.
Practice for the affair took place
last night at the Fair Grounds. Events
included in the program are mixed
pair riding, haute ecole for privately
owned horses, horsemanship for
three-gaited and five-gaited horses,
jumping, trick riding, and a class for
men.
Horsemanship for three-gaited
horses is restricted to members of the
Crop and Saddle while University
women may compete in horsemanship

for five-gaited horses. Privately owned
horses will be judged 60 per cent on
their conformation and 40 per cent on
their performance. Bud Ruthven will
present trick riding and he and Pres-
ident Alexander G. Ruthven's trainer
will be active in the jumping class.
Dr. Ruthven and Captain Arthur
Custis have consented to act as judges.
Ada Moyer, '35, and Elizabeth Kanter,
'35, have assisted Miss Brucker with
the plans for the Horse Show. Lee
Coulter, '35, is responsible for the per-
formance of the men participating.
her To Go
Dramatic Season: "The Brontes"
with Violet Kemble-Cooper and Eliz-
abeth Risdon; 8:15 p.m. in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "You're
Telling Me" with W. C. Fields; Ma-
jestic, "Cross Country Cruise" with
Lew Ayres, and "Hold That Girl";
Whitney. "The Intruder" and "One
Year Later"; Wuerth, "My Lips Be-
tray."
Dancing: League Grill Room, Den,
Tavern, Hi-Hat Inn, Preketes.

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Campus houses have been having and candles decorated the tables.
Sa bus~yperiod of (ntertaining. After Irene Lyons, '37, was in charge.
2 Jordan Hall
a weekend full of lestivities in honor Jordan Hall
: . o Moter'sDay mny fateri_ Jordan Hall is entertaining at tea
of Mother's Day many fraternities this afternoon from 4 until 5:30. Dean
and sororities are continuing their ac- I Alice Lloyd and Miss Jeannette Perry
tivities with rushing dinners and will pour. Helen Sprague, '35, is in
parties plaimedU for the coming week- charge and assisting her are Lois
enthKeddy, '35, Marian Wiggin, '37, Lu-
end.cille Johnston, '35, Phyllis Whitely,
Alpha Delta Pi '36, Louise Florez, '36, Elizabeth Long,
K Alpha Delta Pi held a buffet sup- '36, Esther Greenwood, '36.
pei Tuesday night to celebrate its Kappa Sigma Fraternity
founding on May 15, 1851. Mothers, Kappa Sigma has elected the fol-
actie chptermembrs ad almnae ng officers for next year: presi-
. ..active chapter members and alumnae o ~ r c a
rt dent, Frederick Shafer; vice-presi-
were present. The founders were hon- dent, Jack Stein, '36E; rushing chair-
ored with a large birthday cake and man, Vaudie Vandenberg, '36; treas-
a cake cutting ceremony took place. urer, Edwin Eckert, Jr., '37; and see-
S A program followed. retary, Willard Jones, '37.
Alpha Xi Delta
Alph Xi eltaThe fraternity announces the pledg-
Alpha Xi Delta sorority announces1 ing of Warren Kahlbaum,'35E, Carle-
the pledging of Margaret Loomis, '37, ton.
St. Petersburg, Fla. Kappa Alpha Theta
Delta Delta Delta Members of Kappa Alpha Theta
Harriet Spiess, '35, president, and sorority will entertain at a formal din-
-Associated Press Photo Charlotte Whitman, '35, rushing co- ner dance Saturday night in the chap-
The title of apple blosson queen chairman, will represent Iota Chap- ter house. Mrs. Franklin Moore, Mr.
ter of Delta Delta Delta at the inter- and Mrs. Franklin H. Moore, St.
was conferred upon Miss Dorothy national convention to be held from Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sinclair,
MacLaughlin, high school girl of Lew- June 23 to 28 at Virginia Beach, Vir- Detroit, will chaperone the party.
iston, N.Y., who will represent the Ni- ginia. Hotel Cavalier will be headquar- Mary Garrettson, '36, is in charge of
agara-Orleans fruit belt at its annual ters for the meeting, which will be arrangements.
blIssom festival to be held May 24 and the seventeenth national and the sec- The annual spring tea of the soror-
aond international Delta Delta Delta ity will be held from 4 until 7 p.m.
25. convention. Sunday. Among the guests will be Ann
Visits to places of historical inter- Arbor alumnae, patronesses, deans of
est, including Jamestown, Yorktown, the various schools, and members of
Bartlett Speaks Before Washington, and Mount Vernon, will the faculty. Mrs. C. S. Yoachim, Mrs.
Caimma Alpha Fraternity be a feature of the convention. C. Stowe Neal, Mrs. J. J. Walser, and
Delta Tau Delta Mrs. Fielding "Yost will pour.
Prof. H. H. Bartlett, chairman of the Titfi gs the parents of Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia
department of botany, recently ad- members of the fraternity, were en- Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia announces
dressed the members and guests of tertained by Delta chapter at the the pledging of Coy G. Eklund, '37SM,
Gamma Alpha graduate scientific fra- annual Mother's Day banquet last and Edwin E. Stein, '36SM.
ternity a; the chapter house on the Sunday. Phi Sigma, Sigma.
subject, "Sumatra." Delta Zeta I For the past week Miriam Eliezer,
At the next open meeting to be Five guests were entertained Thurs- West Baden, Ind., has been the guest
held on May 21, the seventeenth in day at a rushing dinner. Place cards of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
this year's series of lectures will be with a spring motif, spring flowers, ------- --
presented by Prof. G. R. LaRue, chair-- - ------------------ -CANADA REDUCES SUGAR TAX
man of the department of zoology. Armin W. Helz, treasurer; Augustus OTTAWA, Can., May 16.- (P)-
The following officers of the fra- T. Miller, recording secretary; M. V. A reduction of one cent per pound in
ternity have been elected for the com- Denny, corresponding secretary; Jo- the sugar tax was announced by Prime
ing year: George T. Faust, president; seph S. Tidd, house manager; and Neil Minister R. B. Bennett in the House
Andrew H. McNair, vice-president; D. Richmond, sergeant-at-arms. of Commons today.

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