THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F
Guests Are Received By
Ruthvens In Ballroom Of
The annual senate reception given
by the faculty and senate of the Uni-
veisity in honor of the new members
of the faculty was held last night in
the Union ballroom.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven received the guests from 8:30
p.m. to 10 p.m., following which there
was dancing to the music of the Unionri
orchestra until midnight. Refresh-
ments were served in the small ball-
room of the Union.
Incidental music was furnished by a
trio composed of Romaine Hamilton
Grad., violin; Ruby Pernert, '35SM,
cello; and Ruth Pfohl, Spec., SM;
harp. Palms and chrysanthemums
from the botanical gardens were used
to decorate the ballroom.
Mrs. Ruthven wore a gown of white
lace with a train. Mrs. Everett S.
Brown, general chairman of the re-
ception,. was seen in a white crepe
dress with a lei of real pink carna-
tions. Lace was a popular material
for many formals. Dean Alice Lloyd's
lace dress was of a rust color and Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director of
the League, chose pink lace.
Dr. Margaret Bell appeared in a
smart green velveteen dress with a
Spanish shawl and Miss Jeanette
Perry in fuchia colored crepe. Among
the women who poured were Mrs.
Clarence Yoakum in shell pink crinkle
crepe and Mrs. Emil Lrch in blue
with silver beading on the sleeves.
An unusual dress worn by Mrs. Jose
K. Santos was a native formal gown
of the Philippines. Professor Santos
is an exchange professor of botany
from the Philippine Islands. Mrs.
Franz Blumenthal appeared in black
Velvet was used by Mrs. Joseph Bur-
sley who chose black and Mrs. Wilber
R. Humphreys was in brown. Mrs.
Wassily Besekirsky wore black velvet
attractively combined with silver
lame. Another attractive gown was
that worn by Mrs. Paul Buckley; it
featured mink fur bordering a short
cape of white crepe over a white dress.
Mrs. Arthur Aiton was charmingly
garbed in black embroidered taffeta
and Mrs. Clarence C. Little wore a
printed dress with a cowl neckline
and a short train.
Cleveland Club Alumni
Are Still Behind Kipke
An announcement of a Cleveland
University of Michigan Club dinner
tomorrow night opens with the fol-
"All Michigan alumni are earnestly
urged to be present because we are
anxious to show that we alumni here
and everywhere are still behind Kipke
and his assistants, the opinion of a
local newspaper to the contrary not-
withstanding. The loss of a couple
of games does not weaken our coifi-
dence in the coaching staff at Ann
Arbor. We are sensible of the achieve-
ments of the past and we are confi-
dent of future success."
Kappa Alpha Theta announces the
pledging of Margherita Ward, '36,
Film Star Marries
Many Tes tif y
As To Success ACTIVITY NOTES
Of Open House
OeIn spite of the fact that the formal
rushing season is over, rushing is
A capacity attendance of more continuing throughout the year. Sev-
than 4,200 people testified to the suc- eral sorority houses have entertained
cess and popularity of the third an- guests at teas and dinners. Several
nual Open House at the League last other houses have announced pledg-
All portions of the building were Alpha Chi Omega
thrown open to the public for this Alpha Chi Omega sorority an-
one occasion in the year, and every nounces the pledging of Dorothy
facility was functioning. Al Cowan's Anderson, '36, Grand Rapids and
orchestra played for dancing in the Jean Steere, '38, Pontiac.
ballroom, and the Grill Room served Kappa Alpha Theta
a large crowd throughout the evening. Kappa Alpha Theta sorority an-
The first art exhibit of the year, nounces the pledging of Margherita
under the Theatre and Arts commit- Ward, '37, Pontiac.
tee of the League, was displayed in Theta Phi Alpha
the Concourse on the second floor
The exhibit included sculpture, water
colors, block prints and etchings, the pha sorority entertained several
work of University and Ann Arbor I guests at a rushing dinner last night.
artists. Contributors to the exhibit Mary O'Neill, '36, who was in charge
were Prof. Avard Fairbanks, Prof. of the dinner, planned decorations
and Mrs. Myron B. Chapin, Carleton consisting of gold tapers, and yellow,
W. Angell, Prof. Ernest Barnes, Leon brown, and gold fall flowers.
-Associated Press Photo
The three year romance of Sari
Matritza, noted film actress, and Sam
Katz, movie executive, culminated in
an elopement from Hollywood tol
Phoenix, Arizonza, where the couple
Speech Society Holds
First Debate Of Seriesj
Alpha Nu will hold another group of
tryout speeches tonight at 7 p.m. in
the Alpha Nu room in Angell Hall
before the regular meeting. Tryouts
may present three minute speeches
on any subject.
During the regular meeting the
first of a series of pledge debates
will be held. The subject for thisI
week's debate is, "Resolved, that all
state and local judges should be ap-
pointed by the government."
Junior Play Scripts
Due Tomorrow Noon
All manuscripts for the Junior
Girl's Play must be handed in by
noon on Thursday, Nov. 1, at the
Undergraduate Office o f t h e
League, according to Julie Kane,
general chairman. No names are
to appear on the manuscript, but
the author's name should be placed
in an envelope with the title of
the play on the outside.
Makielski, Mrs. W. Kynoch, Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Bettinger, and Harry Reed.
Louise French, '36, planned the ex-
hibit, under Sue Calcutt, '35, chair-
man of the Theatre and Arts commit-
A program of cabaret entertain-
ment, under Nan Diebel, '35, wasj
presented at intervals in the ballroom.
The features included selections by
a trio, Maxine Maynard, '35, Jean
Seeley, '36, and Mary Morrison, '35.1
Kay Leopold, '35, played piano selec-
tions in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Ping-pong sets were arranged in the
Games Room, under the direction of
Jane Fletcher, '36. The winners of
last night's games will be sent to the
Union Open House, to compete in a
mixed doubles tournament.
Open House was planned by the
social and reception committee.
The sixth in the Orientation series
of lectures for freshman women will
be delivered by Prof. John Muyskens
of the speech department at 5 p.m.
today in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha held open house
after the game Saturday, Oct. 27. Mrs.
Puller presided at the tea table. They
also had the following 'week-end
guests: Mrs. Edward Yost, Pleasant
Ridge; Miss Grace Erwin, Harbor
Springs; Mr. and Mrs. George Moore,
Gary, Ind.; Dr. and Mrs. Rudeman,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Hoff-
man, Grand Rapids; Miss June Ash-
ton, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pe-
thil, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hicks,
Detroit; Miss Cogswell, Benton Har-
bor; Miss Goodrich, Benton Harbor;
Miss Anne Neberle, Detroit; Miss
Evelyn Walton, Mancelona; Miss
Jean Pinsin, Grosse Ile; and Miss
Barbara Hayes, Sherrill, N. Y.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi announces the
pledging of Ernest Bateson, '36BAd.,
TRIO PLANS PROGRAM
The popular campus trio, Maxine
Maynard, '35, Jean Seeley, '36, and
Mary Morrison, '35, will sing over
WWJ tonight between 7:15 and 8:45
THIS WEEK ONLY
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in Choral Union Series
Hill Auditorium at 8:15
Thursday, Nov. I
Tickets $1. - $1.50 - $2.
Season Tickets (Nine Concerts)
$5.00 -- $7.00 -- $8.50 -- $10.00
TIBBETT .............. November 1
COSSACKS ........... November 19
BOSTON SYMPHONY.. December 11
LEHMANN .............January 25
ITURBI ............... February 12
GORDON QUARTET . ... February 20
SCHNABEL .............. March 4
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA.March 28
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