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DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Annual Panhellenic Banquet To Be Held Tomorrow Night

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Main Speech
To Be Given
By Dr. Elliott
Decorations To Be Carried
Out With Colors Of Each
,Sorority_
Women from every sorority on
campus will meet tomorrow night in
the League for the annual Panhellen-
ic Banquet, the occasion of the schol-
ai'ship award presentation to the
house with the highest scholastic
standing. Houses are urged to meet
at 5:45 since the banquet will begin
promptly at 6 p.m.
The program for the dinner in-
cludes an address by Dr. Margaret
Elliott, of the Economics department,
a short talk by Mr. Ira Smith, regis-
trar, and the bestowal of the scholar-
ship prize by Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Eleanor Blum, women's editor of The
Daily, will announce each sorority
entering the ballroom over a loud-
speaker.
Houses Honored
/The seating this year will not fol-
low the scholastic standing of the
houses, but special decorations will
distinguish the tables of those sorori-
ties with the highest ratings. The
five houses honored are Chi Omega,
recipient of the award, Pi Beta Phi,
Alpha Xi Delta, Collegiate Sororsis,
and Kappa Delta. All the table dec-
orations will be marked with novelty
and individuality. Candles and flow-
ers of the sorority's own colors will
be used, with centerpiece containers
of modernistic design.
All sororities are to meet in groups
on the first floor, and come up by
the Grill Room stairs to the ballroom.
Ushers will meet them at the door
and conduct them to their tables.
Committee Assisting
Jane Arnold, '36, general chairman
for the Banquet, has announced the
committee members assisting in ar-
rangements. Ushers include Louise
Kraus, '37, Mary Cullin, '37, Charlotte
Hamilton, '37, Jane Hall, '36, Esther
Greenwood, '36, and Edith Forsythe,
'36. Assisting with seating arrange-
ments are Jean Hatfield, '37, Helen
Brandt, '36, and Gladys Margrass, '37.
On . the decorations committee are
Mary Lambie, '37, Jane O'Ferrall, '37,
Joyce O'Leary, '36 Betty Ann Barth-
ell, '37, Janet/ Brackett, '36, Jean
Friederici, '37, and Rosanna Man-
chester, '36.
On the central committee with
Miss Arnold are Marjorie Turner,
tickets, GraceBartling, seating, and
Dorothy Utley, decorations.
Legal Fraternity Makes
Mrs. Ruth Owen Member
Immediately following her lecture
in Hill Auditorium, Thursday night,
United States minister to Denmark
and former member of the House of
Representatives, was made an honor-
ary member of the Alpha Sigma chap-
ter of Phi Delta Delta, international
legal fraternity. The initiation cere-
mony which took place in the chapel
of the Michigan League, was con-
ducted in the presence of alumnae,
active members and pledges. Mrs.
Owen is the second person to become
an honorary member of the local
chapter, the first being Miss Esther
Dunshee, prominent attorney of the
Chicago bar in 1931.
On Sunday, Nov. 11, following din-
ner, the chapter will hold initiation
and pledging ceremonies. It is sig-
nificant that this day which is an
international holiday is also Found-
er's Day of this international frat-
ernity.
At present the chapter includes

Ann Verner, Ann Arbor, and Sue
Wood, Washington, D. C., actives;
Jane Mapes, Grand Rapids, Mary
Louise Rumsey, Hillsdale, and Belden
Wagner, Battle Creek, pledges; Nedra!
Evans, Kansas City, Rae Mann, De-
troit and Evelyn Neilson, Ann Arbor,
to be pledged on Nov. 11.
Faculty Women's Club
Drama Section To Meetil
The Monday evening drama section
of the Faculty Women's Club will
hold its first meeting of this season at
7:45 p.m. tomorrow in the small ball-
room of the Union. This meeting is!
mainly for the purpose of organizing,
and old and new members are cordial-
ly invited. Hostesses for the meetingt
will be Mrs. R. V. Churchill, Mrs. Wil-
lard Olson, Mrs. B. A. DeGraff, and
Mrs. L.L. Watkins.
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Banquet Chairman

First League Homecoming Is Celebrated By
Tea To Take Fraternity and Sorority Parties,
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.C ei ea u rri a' UFriday night marked the beginning i;ernity. Wilma Bernhard selected a
ofHomecoming week-end, and many blue crepe with a white collar knot-
The first of a series of monthly fraternities celebrated the occasion ted at the throat.
teas for undergraduate women will with parties. Several of the houses Sororities Honor Pledges
be given from 4 p.m. to 6 Friday ine angdtheiraernithdngs Two sororities entertamed with
the League ballroom. The teas, which Among the fraternities holding pledge formals Friday evening also.
have always been marked with suc- pledge formals was the ThetaDelta The active members of Alpha Xi
cess and large attendance in the Chi house. Margaret Mustard, wom- Delta honored their pledge class with
past, provide a social meeting-placeen's Business Manager for the Gar- j a party. Faith Crittenden, of the
for all women on campus. A number oyle appeared in a black crepe gown, active chapter chose a black velvet
of interesting features of entertain- I the top of which was made of se- gw ihpnle neso ht
of iterstig feturs o entrtan- uins. Julie Kane selected a laven- gown with panelled insets of white
ment have been planned for the mi- quin . A ba e selec t a wn velvet and rose point lace. Jean
tial one this year. der satin frock. A blue velvet gown Friederici selected purple velvet, and
t"--;-- hwith an intricately cut back, fastened n Wik l ll

Wyvern Initiation
Will Be Held Today
Initiation will be held at 4 p.m. to-
day in the League chapel for the six
women recently invited to member-
ship in Wyvern, junior women's hon-
orary society. Those to be initiated
are Jane Arnold, Grace Bartling, Jane
Fletcher, Dorothy Gies, Florence
Harper, and Jean Seeley. Mrs. Byrl
Fox Bacher, patroness of the organi-
zation, will attend the ceremony.
Later there will be a short business
meeting to discuss plans for the fresh-
man meeting, to be held under the
sponsorship of Wyvern on Nov. 14.
This meeting will be for the purpose
of explaining campus activities to
the new :women.
Beta Theta Pi announces the pledg-
ing of Robert Cooper, '38, Detroit,
John Wellington, '38, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
and Donald Brewer, '38, Detroit.

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Arnold, '36, general chairman
annual Panhellenic Banquet,
will be held tomorrow night
League ballroom

Carrying out the cabaret idea, thereI
is to be dancing in the ballroom, withI
Al Cowan's orchestra playing, and a
floor show presenting stunts at inter-
vals. A vocal trio will sing several
numbers. Dorothy Vale, '37, contral-
to, Jeane McLean, '37, soprano, and
Rachel Lease, '37, second soprano,
are the trio whose popularity at Betsy
Barbour last year earned them a
reputation on campus for effective'
rendition of popular music. Among
the songs chosen for the tea are
"Here Come the British," "I Saw
Stars," "Somewhere in Your Heart,"
and "Stars Fell on Alabama."
Miss Dorothy Beise, and Miss Irene
Field, of the Physical Education de-
partment, and Miss Ruth Pfohl, will

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with a huge rhinestone buckle was
worn by Betty Connor. Josephine
Cavanaugh and Eloise Moore were
also seen at this party.
Zeta Psi fraternity also honored
their pledges Friday night. Seen at
this house were Judy Trosper and
Lucy Chamberlain. Nancy Olds ap-
peared in a violet taffeta frock, and
Jane Willouahbv selected white crepe

joro uy wiei pale yenow crepe, the
neck of which was outlined with os-
trich plumes. Among the pledges
attending were Ann Letson, Eleanor
Leighton, and Merida Hobart.
Among those who danced at the
Chi Omega pledge formal were Helen
Loomis, the president of the chapter,
who appeared in acqua marine satin
ornamented with rhinestone clips,

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Honor Society
Elects Large!

G-raduiate troun

pour. Chairmen in charge of ar-
rangements for the tea are Nan Die-
Iota Alpha, engineering honor so- bel, '35, entertainment, Dorothy Wik-
ciety, elected a large group of grad- el, '35, hostesses, and Miss Vale, '37,
uate students to membership Thurs- decorations.

day night. They were chosen ;after
being recommended by their depart-I
ment of concentration in the engi-
neering school, and will become junior'
members until they complete a pro-
bationary period lastingseven years,
or attain the age of thirty.
Those invited to meinership were)
Soichi Atsumi, Charles A. Bassett,
Christian B. Haas, Raymond B. Ma-
loy, Frank O'Beirne, Oscar Pederson,
Harlan Perrill, Harold Pickens, George
Spangenberg, Eugene Wasielewski,
from the Aero Engineering Depart-
ment; George R. Bowland, Harry H.

Decorations will carry out the col-
legiate theme, with banners and
Michigan-Minnesota colors used at
the tables.
For this event smoking will be per-
mitted in the ballroom. Houses and
zones will be given points for the
women attending. There is no charge
for the tea.
Journalism Students To-
Hold Party Tomorrow

-9Y-1 'U '. , and Ruth Root, president of W.A.A.,
trimmed, with rhinestones. Betty in blue lace trimmed with a rose
Basse and Edith Frederick were also colored velvet sash. Jane Arnold se-
present. lected blue crepe and Mary Morrison
Other Dances was seen in a net gown. Marjorie
At the Sigma Chi pledge formal Warner and Beatrice De Vine were
were Jean Haskins in a beige crepe also present at the party.
with black sequins, and Marie Metz-
ger in a white frock trimmed with ALPHA CHI OMEGA
red. Virginia Smith and Kathryn Alpha Chi Omega sorority enter-
Johnston were noticed dancing by. tained about 50 of its Alumnae from
Jean Hatfield appeared in flame vel- Michigan and Illinois yesterday at a
vet with gold accessories. Other buffet luncheon. Yellow and blue
campus notables attending were flowers decorated the tables at which
Grace Bennett, Marjorie Kress, Alice I Roberta Dillman, Detroit, poured.
Slingloff and Jean Seeley. Margaret Norcross, '35, was in charge.
Phi Sigma Kappa entertained with Following the game, coffee was also
an informal dance Friday evening. served to the alumnae.
Barbara Miller in a dark green and
Vera Newbrough in black velvet were,
noticed among the dancers. Mary W here ft Go
Louise Shaake selected a vivid bluegrw e-
gown trimmed with the popular se-
quins. Betty Bertoli, Jean McLean,
and Louise Florez were among those Motion Pictures: Michigan, "One
present. Harriet Ostregen appeared Night, of Love" with Grace Moore;
in black satin gown, the top of which Whitney, "Young and Beautiful"
was of stripped taffeta. with William Haines and Ted Fio-
Margaret Dodds and Betty Sween- Rito; Wuerth, "Girl from Missouri"
ey were seen at the Theta Chi in- with Jean Harlow; Majestic, "Serv-
formal dance. Dorothy Corson was i ants' Entrance" with Janet Gaynor
noticed in a dark blue dress. Shirley and Lew Ayres.
Vernor was also a guest of the frat- Dancing: Chubbs, Hut Cellar.

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Davis, Charles B. Egolf, James Free- An informal party for the members
man, William Hennessey, Lloyd; Hil- of the journalism classes will be held
bert, William Huskins, Alfred Jirous tomorrow night at the home of Donald
Frederick Johnson, Philip Kelly, Er- H. Haines. This is the first time that
nest Kirkendall, Paul Konz, Robert such a get-together has been planned
MacClaren, Robert Merritt, William for the department.
Mikulas, Clarence Moore, Karl Ness, . The "Journalism Jamboree" is be-
Waldemar Ranzenberger, Murray ing sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi,
Roth, George Stroebe, George Tim- national professional women's jour-
mons, Joseph Vavra, Earl Weber, Vir- nalism society, and the arrangements
gil Williams, and Howard Wilson of are under the direction of Elizabeth
the Chemical Engineering Depart- Mendenhal, '35, chairman. The sale
ment. of tickets reached the quota Friday,
Miss Mendenhal announced yesterday,
Among the Civil Engineers chosenJ for the Jamboree has been enthusias-
were R. H: Brundige, and C. E. Fri- tically received.
singer and Electrical Engineers Walter Refreshments of cider, doughnuts,
Powers, Shih-Liang Ma, Albert Ali popcorn, and apples in keeping with
son, Harry Warner, Earl Webber. 'the near Hallowe'en spirit, will be
Others were Eustace Fox, Carl Nel- served.
son, Donald Newhall, Clayton Pajot,
David Peery, Maurice Rothstein, Ray- VULCANS TO MEET
mond Warner, Engineering Me- Vulcans, honorary engineering so-
chanics; Edward Chapin, George ciety, will hold a supper meeting to-
Hertner, Robert Ladd, Marine Engi- night, at the Union. There will be dis-
neering; and C. L. Davis, A. H. Easton, cussion on electing new members for
L. O. Fines, W. I. McPherson, W. B. fall initiation and tentative plans will
Nicholson, C. Passenheim, J. H. Sams, be made for the dance which has been
C. W. Spooner, and H. L. Welch, proposed as a joint project of Vul-
Mechanical Engineering. cans, Sphinx, Triangles, and Druids.
Thursday's meeting featured an ad- A proposal to erect a Vulcan memo-
dress by Professor W. H. Worrell on ( rial near the engineering annex will
"The Strange Case of Muhammed." also be considered.

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