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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

Sororities Will Have Pledging Ceremonies Today

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Sororities Pledge 212 Women;
End of Rushing Season Today
President of Panhellenic erine Purdom, Ann Arbor; Betty Ann
Taylor, Winnetka, Ill.; June Fraser,
arns Against Breaking Port Huron; Betty Sanke, Grand
Silent PeriodRulesRapid; Florence Keen, Miami, Fla.;
T., -ntPridRue Janet Miller, Grosse, Ile, Mich.
Sororities have asked approximate- Delta Delta Delta
y 212 women to membership this Kathryn Andrus, East Lansing;
f dmlEleanor Bierkamp, Birmingham;
all. Pledging ceremonies will be held Phyliss Brumm, Ann Arbor; Jean
at the various houses at 3 p.m. today. Craig, Highland Park; Avis Day,
betty Aigler, '35, president of Panhel- Owosso; Gail Everest, Grand Rapids;
enic warns against breaking of the Margaret Forsythe, Ann Arbor; Jane
slence rules except for the sororities' Higbie, Ann Arbor; Mary Ellen Mc-
Cord, Detroit; Betty Otis, Selina, O.;
>wn pledges until 9 a.m. Monday. Jane Rudy, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Eliz-
Alpha Chi Omega abeth Wahl, Ishpeming; Betty Wood-
Marybelle Bouchard, Ann Arbor; worth, Fort Collins, Colo.
Kathrine Burgess, Detroit; Margaret Delta Gamma
Campbell, Newberry; Margaret Curry,Z
Saginaw; Ruth Dorsey, Highland Virginia Zeiderhoeck, Grand Rap-
ark; Mari Jane Fields Grosse is; Helen Zabel, Monroe; Jane Wi-
ointe; Eleanor Gessner, Grand Rap- loughby, Detroit; Jean Taylor, Hib-
ds; Mary Huntington, Howell; Mar- bing, Minn.; Martha Hankey, Pitts-
.ori Ingram, Detroit; Betty Kay burgh; Virgia Eaglesfield, Niles;
ones, Cleveland; Grace Lamb, High- Esther Ann DeWitt, Grand Haven;
and Park; Jean Nelson, Highland Dorothy Curtis, Ann Arbor; Betsy
Park; Sarah Paine, Cleveland; Helen Baxter, Philadelphia; Dorothy Cor-
lowe, Detroit; Laura Spencer, I~e son, Lakewood, .; Marion Fitzgerald,f
roit; Kathrine Zabriskie, Highland Monroe; Barbara Miller, Grand Rap-
ark ids; Opal McCredie, Flint; Harriet
Alpha Delta Pi Ostegren, Muskegon; Kay Taylor,
Cleveland; Virginia Van Dyke, Day-
Jane Ellen Rogers, Bellevue, Ill.; ton, O.
ean McGregor, Boston, Mass.; Ma- Dela Zeta
ian Baker, Pontiac; and Harriet Jell, Zron
Mompon'PawPaw' Jeannette Will, Iron Mountain;
ompson, Pw Paw. Dorothy Cogger, Detroit; Louise Mars,
Alpha Epsilon Phi Ann Arbor; Virginia Solomon, De-
Irene Bronstein, Lawrence, L. I.; troit; Jean Greicus, Ingallston.
hyllis Devay, Cleveland, O.; Kath-
yn Secheimer, Detroit; Ruth Freed- Gamma Phi Beta
yn SchemerDetoit Rut Fred- Betty Ebersbach, Pomeroy, 0.; Eliz-
"an, Scranton, Pa.; Betty Grossman, abeth urbeck, Houghton, Wis.; Mary
ioledo, 0.; Mildred Haas, Phila- bt uecIooghnWs;My
Garvin, Marquette; Virginia Handey-
elphia, Pa.; Charlotte Kahn, Wash- side, Wayne; Pamela Hooker, New
rgton, D.C.; Ruth Lipis, Newark, N ie an;Pml okr e
.; Adele Polier, Atlanta, Ga,.; ein York City; Jane Kimmey, ,Albany,
era Prentis, Detroit; Florence Salz- N.Y.; Mary Lambie, Detroit; Lorraine
aan, 7ledo; ;Dtouit; n~, ~ Lenhart, Rochester, N.Y.; Mary Per-
N.Y.i; Ir akes, New a-kins, Marquett; Mary Reed, New
oc1e1.Y m y Yorlg CiV; etty Robertson, Detroit;
ien, Cinn.; Martha Ann Wise, Ot- M n~ Iitl,1I~el .Y;Vr
awa, < . _ne Tuttle, Hornell, N. Y ., Vir-
Alpha Gamma Delta ginia Weidleimr, Shaker Heights, O.
Alpha Gmma Deta a&pa Xlpha TEheta .
Ha el Winklehaus, Hamburg, Betty aetty Barth, Yale; Jean Bonisteel,
toung, Ann Arbor; Alma Harbizon, Ann Aror; Helen Dodenhoff, De-
)etrdit; Grace Senkus, Waterbury, trait; Geraldine Fitzgerald, Buffalo,
onn.; and Myrtle Wight, Ann Arbor. N.Y.; Helen Hanley, Ann Arbor; Hope
Alpha Omicron Pi Hartwig, Ann Arbor; Fcdith Herrick,
Lifdian Gardner, Owosso, Martha Detroit; Doris Holt, Detroit; Mary
ane Howard, .Ludington; Lora King, Johnson, Ann Arbor; Patricia Nelson,
[eW York City; Jane Kretschner, Detroit; Patricia Nielson, Manistee;
ew Vork City; Charlotte Mitchell, Betsy O'Dell, Bloomfield; Emily
leveland; &reda Mtanger, Ann Ar- Phelps, Detroit; Mary Elizabeth Por-
or. ter, Detroit; Betty Ronal, Monroe;
AIpla Phi Harriet Shackleton, Joliet, Ill.; Kath-
Ruth Chamrberlain, Lake Forest, erine Shields, Grand Rapids; Adeline
ul.; Jane iolmes, Ann Arbor; , ir- Smgleton, Detroit; Irene Stilson, Los
inia Jackson, Detroit; Jane Lewis, Angeles, Calif.; Peggy Van Vleck,
uffalo, N. Y.; Nancy Cassidy, Green- Paw Paw.
ille, Vass.; Doris 'Everetts, Saulte Kappa Delta
t. Marie; ,Ruth Fowler, Detroit; Katherine Reynolds, Ann Arbor;
dary Jane Frye, Detroit; Jane Nal. Necha Naple, Detroit; Jean Scott, Ro-
Jean Keinath, Ottawa, G.; Kather- chester, Mich.; Elma Foster, Grand
ne Loomis, Detroit; Norma Pioch, Rapids; Doris Mowatt, Detroit; Jean
etroit; Jane Pitcher, Highland Park, McFarland, Grand Rapids.
liriam Robertson, Kappa Kappa Gamma
Dorothy Roth, Detroit; Betty Shier- Eleanor Lingrin, Detroit; Eleanor
on, Adrian; Ann Smyth, Detroit; Heckathorn, Detroit; Patricia Ward,
leanor Taylor, Port Huron; Helen Grand Rapids; Betty Basse, Oak Park,
an Dyne, Owosso; Betty Walsh, Chi- Ill.; Eleanor Anibal, Pontiac; Virginia
ago; Lenore Wermuth; Marian Smith, Ponka City, Okla.; Virginia
ihitney, Santa Barbara, Calif. Hunt, Ann Arbor; Betty Fauver, De-
Alpha Xi Delta troit; Glaideth Abbott, Hyannin,
Dorothy Graff, Katherine Buckley, Neb.; Katherine Johnson, Highland
Inglewood, N.J.; Alice Meader, De- Park, Ill.; Elizabeth Long, Detroit;
oit; Julia Ellis, Grand Rapids; Ma- Carol Mahone, Detroit; Nelson Per-
it Hobart, Ann Arbor; Ann Letson, sons, Birmingham, Ala.; Alice Sling-
Vayne; Ruth Rowell, Charleston, W. loff, Oak Park, Ill.; Lavinnia How-
a.; Amber Johnson, Saginaw. ells, Chicago, Ill.; Ruth Haskins, Oak
The affiliation of Jean Friederici, Park, Ill.
teUbenville, O., from the Delta chap- Phi Sigma Sigma
er at Bethany, W. Va.; is also an- Pauline Cohen, New York City;
oinced. Ruth Field, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Emelie
r.R n,_Marcus, New York City; Lenore,Os-

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Try-Outs For
Comedy Club
To Take Place
Tryouts for membership in Comedy
Club, student dramatic organization,
will be held at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday in the Mimes Theatre,
Hubert Skidmore, '35, president of
the club announced yesterday.
These will be the first in a series
of tryouts which will be used to elim-
inate applicants until the more tal-
ented candidates are elected.
Skidmore stated that all desiring to
tryout should prepare a reading,
neither from Shakespeare or any poet,
It is preferred that the selection be
taken from a play. All readings must
be done alone.
All members of the University with
the exception of first semester fresh-
men are eligible to tryout for the club.
Members of the club will act as judges
for those who give readings.
lander, Uniontown, Pa.; Myra Rosen-
berg, Pittsburg, Pa.; June Smargon,
Detroit; Gladys Sandick, New Jersey.
Pi Beta Phi
Margaret Bartley, Peoria, Ill.; Vir-
ginia Benedict, Rochester, Minn.;
Ruth Ann Christiansen, Grosse
Pointe; Jean Curtis, Knoxville, Tenn.;
Marian Dickson, Gary, Ind.; Betty
Gatwood, Detroit; Hattibel Grow,
Potsdam, N.Y.; Jane Heath, Williams-
port, Pa.; Amelia Martin, Bristol, Va.;
Edith Merckel, Toledo, o.; Sarah
Miller, Westfield, N.J.; Betty Morgan,
Traverse City; Margaret Rogers, Bris-
tol, Va.; Priscilla Smith, Detroit; and
Barbara Strand, Dearborn.
Theta Phi Alpha
Mary Lou Hamelin, Detroit; Harriet
Belser, Ann Arbor; Mildred Livernois,
Ann Arbor; Helen Camp, Ann Arbor;
Margaret Camp, Ann Arbor.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Dorothy Pray, Traverse City; Eliza-
beth Shippy, Detroit; Beatrice Oberg-
fell, River Forest, Ill.; Lucy Marshall,
Ann Arbor; Dorothy Scott, Chicago;
Jane Ashley, Cincinnati, O.
Michigan Dames Bridge
Group To Meet Tuesday
The bridge group of the Michigan
Dames will meet for the first time
at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Alumnae
room of the League. Mrs. Waldo
Steidtmann will be in charge of the
affair. Instruction in contract and
auction will be given at these meet-
ings.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social direc-
tor of University women, is the fac-
ulty adviser of this group.
Members of Michigan Dames who
are interested in joining the bridge
club are asked to be present before
8 o'clock Tuesday night.
Northyille Woman's Club
Hear Mrs. Koella Speak
Mrs. Charles Koella spoke before
the Northville Woman's Club at the
Glen Oak Country Club on Friday,
October 5, on the subject "Norway
In Song, Word and Picture."
Mrs. Koella will address the Inter-
national Division of the Federation of
Women's Clubs in Detroit on Thurs-
day on the subject, "Europe as I Saw
It."
READ THE WANT ADS

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By BARTON KANE

BECOMING MODESTY pants to the ground.
A Phi Kappa Psi rushee, accorded l

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but one "courtesy" date by the
brothers, decided to take matters into
his own hands. Discovering that a;
chart of all dates was tacked to a door,
said smoothie slipped away from
watchers for an instant, filled in his
name for the next night. Next time
he was present he repeated' this pro-
cess, and so on. The Phi Psi's came
to at last however. Strangely enough,
he isn't being bid by the house.
The Legacy Question has received
a new interpretation at the Chi Psi
lodge. A freshman called, said he was
a legacy, and wondered why he hadn't
been asked over. The lodgers followed
his lead and, when he arrived for a
free meal, asked what relatives of
his were members. He explained that
his sister had roomed with a girl in
college whose three cousins were all
Chi Psi's.
THE DOUBLE STANDARD IS OUT
Equal rights for men and women
are the thing to one of Martha Cook's
fourth floor residents. She was seen
scanning the windows of the Lawyers'
Club with a pair of binoculars recent-
ly. Name will be furnished to law-
yers on request.
x*
Trials and tribulations of a pro-
fessor are apparent in the report of a
recent occurence in Mr. Hornberger's
English class. "What kind of diction
did Browning use in that poem?" a
freshman was asked. "Contradiction,"
he immediately replied. Well, his two
weeks here at Michigan must have
been an experience.
* * *
ALL-TIME AWARD FOR
DUMBNESS
This coveted prize, naturally falling
to a freshman, has been unanimously
awarded to the bright fella' who went
over to the Health Service to get vac-
cinated. When told that he had been
vaccinated when he received his ex-
amination at the gym he answered,
"Gosh, I thought he was just marking
the spot where the insertion was to
be made."
* * *
Johnny Jewell, hockey shot, was one
of the standouts in the free-for-all
after the game yesterday. After dis-
posing of several who verbally ad-
mitted coming from Lansing, Tarzan
Jewell mounted the crossbar. Just as
he was poised for the apeman cry of
victo y, however, he had to follow his
Practice Games Fofr
Sororities To! Start
Intramural practice games will
be held at 4:30 p.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday, anak Friday
at Palmer Field. Sorority and dor-
mitory hockey and volley ball
teams should play in at least one
practice game before competition
starts.

SECOND DOWN
Another group of invaders carried
a yard marker as far as the Lawyers
Club. A group of Sigma Chi's and
Alpha Delts, led by Fling George Ran-
ney, of 5-E fame, retrieved the token
for their own; sat on several State
boys, who looked very annoyed.
R~umor iias it tnaL those Taxing the
freshman hygiene lectures for women
received almost too much of an edu-
cation recently. When the slides were
being shown the wrong ones were
put in the lantern by mistake. Turn-
ing on the lights saved the day.

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