THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1935
222 Women To Be Pledged By Campus Sororities Today
Will Sing At Formal
Davies, Evart; Alice Frayer, Bloom-
field Hills; Jean Harrelson, Owosso;
Pauline Kalb, Springfield, Ill.; Jane
Lyon, Owosso; Margaret McCall, Mt.
Pleasant; Virginia Richardson, Bir-
mingham; Margaret Tichnor, De-
troit; Charline Vallet, Detroit; and
Lyda Whitney, Benton Harbor.
Delta Gamma '
Marian Baxter, Grosse Pointe;
Jane Ruth Brown, Toledo, 0.; Jean
Campbell, Toledo, 0.; Marcia Camp-
bell, Detroit; Ruth Helen Guilder-
sleeve, Jackson; Betty Gromes, Bay
City; Helen Johnson, Cleveland, 0.;
Jo-Clarke Kimball, Detroit; Nancy
Kinnear, Detroit; Mary LeVan,
Hicksville, O.; Marjorie Lehner, De-
troi j; Mary BAicerMcKinzie, Oak
Park, Ill.; Barbara Melin, Cam-
bridge, Ill.; Charlotte Pooch, Dayton,
0.; Mary Rall, Grosse Pointe; Marian
Smith, Hicksville, 0.; Margaret Sou-
ter, Grand Rapids; Eleanor Swann,
Detroit; and Betty Young, Marion,
Grace Gray, Ann Arbo; Mar-
guerite Groomes, Ann Arbor; Jane
Reinert, Ripley, 0.
Gamma Phi Beta
Ruth Allderidge, Upper Montclair,
N. J.; Roberta Chissus, Birmingham;
Harriet Dean, Detroit; Jean Drake,
Cleveland Heights, 0.; Jean Fisken,
Detroit; Barbara Horton, Birming-
ham; Jane Lord, Hinsdale, Ill.; Mar-
gery Mackintosh, Crawfordsville,
Ind.; Eleanor McCoy, Grand Rapids;
Mary McNeil, Buffalo,. N. Y.; Carol
Schoger, Cleveland, 0.; Betty Sherk,
Midland; Betty Whitney, Cleveland,
O.; and Virginia Handeyside, Wayne.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Jean Bertram, Detroit; Betty Bon-
isteel, Ann Arbdr; Janet ,Flen-
wider, Redford; Elizabeth Haas,
Tuckahoe, N. Y.; Mary Louise Hill,
Birmingham; Doris Holt, Detroit;
Katherine Keeler, El Paso, Tex.;
Grace Lambrecht, Detroit; Janet
MacIvor, Detroit; Mary McClure, De-
troit; Harriet Pomeroy, Standish;
Elizabeth Riddell, Detroit; Betty
Shaffer, Grosse Pointe; Louise Stone.
Pasadena, Calif.; and Mary Wickes,
Des Moines, Ia.
Frances Baker, New Rochelle, N.Y.;
Carol Jane Baiton, White Cloud;
Louise Herald, Grand Rapids; Mary
Katherine Johnson, Highland Park,
Ill.; Audrey Momberg, Detroit; Ev-
elyn Tripps, Highland Park, Ill.; and
Mary Veenboer, Grand Rapids.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Margaret Cram, Pontiac; Jan'
Dale, Eleanor French, Palm Spring,
Calif.; FredericarGalbraith, Cincin-
nati, 0.; Ruth Harris, Hinsdale, Ill.;
Mary Helen Hurley, Jackson; Lor
raine Lambert, Bloomfield Hills;
Marjorie Link, Oak Park, Ill.; Doris
O'Grady, Oak Park, Ill.; Alys Pierce,
Royal Oak; Frances Rice, Charles-
ton, W. Va.; Elizabeth Rorke, Cleve-
land, 0.; Nancy Saibert, Oak Park,
Ill.; Mary Skinner, Oak Park, Ill.;
and Jean Stone, Oak Park, Ill.
Phi Sigma Sigma
. Bernie Cohen, Passaic, N. J.; Betty
Fromm, New York, N. Y.; Sylvia
Goldstein, Ambridge, Pa.; Beatrice
Guineff, Brooklyn, Mass.; Martha
Horlick Pittsburgh, Pa.; .Irene Jas-
kulek, Cleveland 0.; Fredelyn Kauf-
man, Detroit; Harriet Padolsky,
Flint; Betty Seitner, Flint; Helma
Schwartz, Far Rockaway, N. Y.; and
Charlotte Walkover, Cleveland, O.
Pi Beta Phi
Marian Barnum, Evanston, Ill.;
Ada Crawford, Niles; Winifred
Cutts, Lakewood, 0.; Ann Gifford,
Toledo, 0.; Annabel Haag, Toledo,
0.; Jean Hardy, Manistee; Barbara
Heath, Ann Arbor; Margaret Lorenz,
Toledo, 0.; Jean MacGregor, Wheel-
Sally Sage, who wil lappear here
as soloist with Danny Russo's or-
chestra Oct. 25 at the Union for
the Sixth Annual Union Formal.
Stanley Chorus Tryouts
Will Be Held Tomorrow
Tryouts for the Stanley Chorus
will be held for any woman having
second semester freshman rating or
any upperclass woman from 4:30 p.m.
until 5 p.m. tomorrow and Tuesday
in the League.
This will be the last opportunity
to tryout. The first concert is to be
given Friday night with the second
one scheduled for the November
League tea, Ruth Rich, '36, president
of the group, announced.
LONDON, Oct. 12.-(A)-Dainty
necklaces, that look like sea-foam,
are made of very fine cream beads
which are threaded and bunched in
loops onto a main string.
ing, W. Va.; Jean Rheinfrank, Oak
Park, Ill.; Marjorie Roebeck, Niles;
Barbara Teall, Buffalo, N. Y.;
Blanche Tobin, Douglaston, Long
Island, N. Y.; Doris Bolton, Lake-
wood, O.; Mary Merker, Detroit;
Jenny Peterson, Detroit; Frances
Robinson, Detroit; Betty Spangler,
Brion, O.; Betty Van Vaalam, Lake-
wood, O.; Julia Ann Welsh, Detroit;
and Margaret Strickler, Mansfield,
PROGRAMS, BIDS, STATIONERY
THE ATHENS PRESS
Downtown, North of Postoffice
Limited T 300
Plans for decoration of the Union
Ballroom in preparation for the
Union formal to be held Friday night,
Oct. 25, are well under way, it was
announced last night by officials in
Danny Russo, who in the past few
years has become one of the most
popular band leaders in the Middle
West, will play for the sixth annual
formal. Russo for a number of
years played in many hotels and
night clubs in Chicago and is well
known for helping many of the now
famous orchestra leaders to fame in
the musical world.
A limited number of tickets, priced
at two dollars, were placed on sale
Friday noon and the attendance of
the dance is to be limited to ap-
proximately 300 couples. John C.
McCarthy, '36, recording secretary,
who is in charge of the ticket sale,
stated that students may purchase
tickets at either the Union desk or
from Union executive councilmen.
However, Union officials emphasized
the fact that presentation of mem-
bership cards would be necessary
when getting the tickets.
According to Wencil A. Neumann,
'36, president of the Union, the for-
mal was first inaugurated six years
ago in order "to give all students an
opportunity to go to a dance fea-
turing an outstanding dance orches-
tra with the price of it within the
reach of all."
'Tobacco Road' Begins
Second Week Tonight
The second week of "Tobacco
Road," Jack Kirklan's dramatiza-
tion of Erskine Caldwell's novel of
the South will open tonight at the
Cass Theater in Detroit.
James Kirkwood is playing the
leading role of Jeeter Lester in this
play of the southern share-cropper
as found in the back districts of
Georgia. The role of Jeeter is one
of a character who recognizes no
moral law except the satisfaction of
his own appetites. He is shiftless
and ruthless but underneath is a dis-
tinct vein of comedy.
The supporting cast includes Maud
Lambert, Florence Gerald, Lillian Ar-
dell, Cynthia Arden, Elaine Ellis,
Robert Rose, Tilden Davis, Marshall
Hall, Donn Bennett, Walter Ayres
and Jean Bedini.
LONDON, - (/P) - The new um-
brellas are "tailor-made."
The second football tea of Betsy
Barbour dormitory was held follow-
ing the game yesterday. Lillian Ro-
sen, '36, was in charge and Mary
Clancy, '37, poured. Those who served
are: Marion Baxter, '39, Sara Clancy,
'37, Myra Davis, '38, Vera Gray, '38,
Jane O'Connor, '39 and Althea Wagg,
300-A South State Street
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