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"TUE9DAYOCTOBER15, 1935

THE MICHI G AN DAILY

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Fraternities Pledge 458 Men - ,
Nearly 40 Less Than Year Ado

To Play For Ball

Acacia: Curtis Booraem, John B.
Grcen, William Hirsch, Fred W.
Luebke, Leslie E. McCraith, Duncan
B. McKee, Alva D. Rush, Samue
Searing, Roy W. Whitely, Arthur Val
pey, Lee Widman. David Dunlap, Ro
land Simmons, Howard Bratt.
Alpha Dlta Phi: Herbert Boshav
en, CharlessBowen, 3rd, Robert Bur
hans, Russell Cole, Horace Gilmore;
R. W. Hook, William Jack, Julia
Kilnan, J. Luders, Edward MacKen
zie, Charles Mayne, Bert Reedy
Frank Spicer, Jr., Jay Stagg, Russel
Welch, Wayne White.
Alpha Kappa Lambda: Thoma
Buermann, Philip N. Comins, Fred M
Emens, George Gianis, John Johnson
Wallace Wheeler.
Alpha Rho Ci: Julius G. Herrer
Howard C. Seymur.
Alpha Sigma Phi: Robert H.
Haynes, Jerome Peters.
Alpha Tau Omega: Bailey Brown
John Costello, Donald B. Harper
Herbert Jones, Robert Keller, Wal.
lace Knapp, ' Richard Knoblauch
John McCain, J. Newhouse, Thoma
Owens, David Poxson, Charles N
Schuh, William Sheets, Fredric
Weber, John Wood, Don L. Meyer.
Beta ThetaPi: John Barker, Rich
ard Black, Harry Caves, Richar
Cottle, James Crawford, John Deer.
ing, Edwin Derby, Robert Griffin
Norman Hough, Paul Kane, Ralp
Murphy, Edward Smith, Fred Zien.
Chi Phi: J. Reed Alexander, Al-
bert P. Champion, Carleton Cum-
mings, John Droege, Philip Durfee
Edwin Effler, Jr., H. S. Fitch, Charle:
McHugh, William Mundy, 3d, Charle
Peckinpaugh, Jr., Harry Peckover
Henry J. Spieker, George Stone, Har
vey Wadsworth.'
Chi Psi: Waldo M. Abbot, Clemen
Barnes, John Duxbury, Robert Is-
grigg, Edwin Kent, George McCain
Jr., Neil McKay, Byran Moats, Edwir
Payne.
Delta Alpha Epsilon: Delbridg
Lakin.
Delta Kappa Epsilon: Philip Bu-
chen, Hiram Collins, Malcolm Dan-
iels, Enos Denham, David Drysdale
Edward Grace, Charles Hohman
Robert Lindgren, William Mitchell
Pat Ratterman, John Stiles, Ber
Weaver, Kenneth Welch, Jr., How-
ard Wilmarth, Jr., Harry Wise.
Delta, Tan Delta: Linden Albrecht
Dan Belden, Vincent Butterly, Johr
Campbel, Robert Christie, H. Austir
Conser, Jr., Bill Gunderson, W. J
Hackett, Ray Hammette, Robert D
Ho:'ner, William Hutton, John E
Lane, Richard Long, William Morgan
thaler, William Ninicht, Charle
Persons, William Steytler, Jr., Wil-
liam L. Taft, John Van Deusen.
Delta Upsilon: Charles Clark, Johnr
R. Haven, N. W. Hird, William. Ly-
man, Jr., Loren Packer, Robert Rit-
ter, John Thompson, Arthur Warner.
George Weaver.
Hermitage: John E. Burch, Walter
G. Cramer, Robert T. Johnson, Mar-
tin P. Potzger, John Sexton, Donald
G. Davis.
Kappa Delta Rho: James Badaluco,
Jack D. Blaine, Earl Fields, Robert S
Innes, Walter Moline, Walter Van
Hoek, Robert Van Nordstrand.
Kappa Nu: Donald Cohn, Irving
Isaacs, Robert L. Kahn, Malcolm Le-
venson, Bert Levin, Louis Levine, Ed-
ward Magdol, Marvin W. Reider, Eliot
F. Robinson, Leonard D. Rosenman.
Seymour Rosenthal, Eugene K. Sny-
der, Myron Wallace, Raoul L. Weis-
man.
Kappa Sigma: Karl Farrand, Don
Kingery, Robert Smith, Edward C.
Wolfe.
Lambda Chi Alpha: Roger Blake,
George F. Field, Robert A. Foryce,
Maurice McAuley, Chester P. Shelly,
Robert Townsend.
Phi Beta Delta: Irving Bartz, Har-
old Brown, Haskell Cahodes, Good-
win Ginsburg, Nathan Goldberg,
Bernard Hirsch, Seymour London,
Ben. Moorstein, Harry Nayer, Rob-
ert Nirenberg Martin Schechter,
Monroe Schwartz, William Shapiro,
Jerome Silberblatt.
Phi Delta Theta: Gene Bowles,

Robert Centlivre, James Clark, Roy
Heath, Charles Hopkins, John
Houghton, Philip Laux, Jr., Robert
Martin, Larry Newton, Robert Pease,
Walter Rathbun, Leland Rhed, John
Stweart, Bernard Swanson, James
Thompson, Frederick H. Vogt, Har-
ry B. Wassell, Philip Woodworth,
John Yantis, Phillip Yoder.
Phi Epsilon Pi: Nathan Goldstein,
Joseph Haas, James Levy, Morris
Markel, Sol Rosenbaum, David Wein-
stock, Zimmel Miller.
Phi Kappa Psi: David Blue, Charles
Cooke, Ralph Du Bois, William
Farnsworth, Ross Faulkner, John
Getz, James A. Harper, Robert Har-
ris, Richard Hastings, William
Markle, Jr., John Mead, 3rd, Robert
Morgan, John Parker, Charles Pat-
ton, James Patton, James Sargent,
Judd Spray, James Welch, Jim Wil-
cock.
Pii Gamma Delta: Robert Angley,
Harvey Clarke, Robert Elliott, Ralph
Erlewine, Elmer John Gideon, Ed-
ward Goodrich; Robert Holt, Robart
Irish, William Jfwitt, William Layhe,
Paul Layden, Hamilton Morris, Wil-
liam J. Mulder, Jr., Walter Peckin-
paugh, John A. Rinek, George Sey-
mour, Robert B. Unckrich.
Phi Kappa Sigma: Robert T. Krieg-
hoff, Frank Lapink, Richard B. Mc-

Emanuel Hecht, Saul Kleiman, Hug
Kopel, A. Monus, Ralph Read, Al-
fred Rozran, Bernard E. Sheras,
1 Stanley J. Busch, Leonard P. Siegel-
man.
Phi Sigma Kappa: Harold Adler
Harold Bruner, Laverne J. Burns
Clifford Christenson, Richard Faulk
ner, Randall Reynolds, Joseph Tarte
Harold A. Tubbs, Jr., Johnston Wil
cox, Albert W. Ricker, Arthur J.
Ricker.
Pi Kappa Alpha: Hugh McCormick
Pi Lambda Phi: Burton Benjamin.
Earl Brenn, Victor Convisser, Robert
David, Louis Goldman, Maurice Hoff-
man, Edwin Horne, John Mitchell.
Allen Rosenbloom, Bernard Schweid.
Art Seltzer, Paul Soboroff, Max War-
shaw.
Psi Upsilon: Henry H. Adams,
Acheson G. Blakley, Charles Coe,
Charles Evans, Jr., James Hess, Ed-
win Heagland, Arthur Kohler, Jr.,
Richard Kurtz, John McKisson, Rob-
ert Miller, Robert Mitchell, Joe Os-
burn, Bradley Palmer, Charles Rog-
ers, C. Phillips Whittemore, William
Wood.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Harold L.
Garn, David Giller, Nelson W. Green,
Harold Hill, Clem Kuehne, Charles E.
Laitsch, Alex McConnell, Fred Mc-
Cracken, William McDowell, Jr.,
James G. Mebane, Robert Moffat,
George Trendle, Jr., Herman J.
Trum, Carl Viehe.
Sigma Alpha Mu: Harry Block,
Arthur Colman, Charles Colman,
Hobert Platt, Dexter Rosen, Marshall
Sampson, Sumner Willens.
Sigma Chi: Wallace Bash, John
Bohn, John G. Bulkeley, Bruce
campbell, John Collins, Jr., Donald
cooper, David Dale, Harry Denyes,
Jr., Bruce Forbes, Eskridge Gordon,
William Hal, Frederic Heles, James
treland, Howard Klein, William R.
Nagel, Robert Read, Donald Rich-
-rdson, Bennett Savin, Max Schoetz,
Edward Stanton, Lloyd Tremper,
Robert Wall, Frank Wilkinson, Earl
Wilson, Lewis E. Bulkeley.
Sigma Nu: E. Courtleigh Achard,
NomnBaldwin, Neil Berston, J.
Dichard C. Fuller, Albert W. Holmes,
Gay Livingston, Jr., John Quinn,
Richard Shroth, Charles Stuart.
Sigma Phi: Douglas D. Blocksma,
Harold Bullock, Harold Davidson, Al-
fred Ellick, Douglas Hayes, Hugh
Higginbottom, Charles Jacobson,
Newton Ketcham, Loine Meisel, Wil-
iam Mills, William Newnan, Rob-
,rt Reid, Rufus Roys, Joseph Spitzley,
James Talman.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Joseph Donal-
ly, George Newcomb, Robert Shick.
Tan Kappa Epsilon: Harry A. Mor-
ris.
Theta Chi: Stanley Baltz, Robert
Barber, Dale Kroeger, George Ross,
Frank Rossman, Walter Sadler,
Ralph Shelton, Robert VanderPyl.
Theta Delta Chi: Robert Z. Adams,
Frederick Bither, Joe Dunlap, How-
,rd Johnson, Charles Kessler, Charles
Novak, Rodrick Otto, Frank Ray-
mond, Carvel Shaw, Charles Slay-
man, Jr., Darwin Smith, Robert
Strayer, Donald Zimmerman, Wl-
liam Crittendon.
Theta Xi: D. Philip Clark, Wil-
liam Eakins, John Fechnay, Lester
Goda, Ivan Harlow, Norman Huff,
Careton Nelson, Frederick Rein-
heimer, John Williams, Leigh Worth-
ing, Robert Newcomb, Thomas Jen-
sen.
Triangle: William R. Blakley, War-
ren Johnson, Leonard D. Orr, Ar
thur C. Rissberger, Lansing Tuttle.
Trigon: Roland Athay, J. Edgar
Baxter, Fitz J. Bridges, Frank Cool-
idge, Charles Kettler, David Laing,
Charles Lovtt, Walter A. Roger,
Dayton Slater, Fred Thomson, James
Warner, Frank Weaver, Fred W. Wol-
cott, Robert W. Wolfe, Gilbert Van
Schuik.
Zeta Beta Tau: Morlye Baer, James
Barnard, Robert Goldhamer, Leo

Kayser, Richard Kirchheimer, Wil-
liam Livingston, Ralph Mendelson,
Abe Schlesinger, Homer Sobel, Sam
Speier, Robert Tucker.
Zeta Psi: Robert J. Banks, John
Frost, William Jones, George Lock-
wood, John Maitland, Tom McGuire,
Howard Rogers, Harry Swan, Robert
Verdier.

Chick Webb and his NBC orches-
tra will play for the Interfraternity
Ball, Nov. 1, in the League ballroom.
More than one half of the tickets
available for the ball have been either
reserved or sold, Interfraternity Coun-
cil officials announce, and others may
be bought in their offices in the Union
from 3 to 5 p.m. every day.

Mosher-Jordan
Newberry Hold
Football Teas
Dormitories Entertain At
Open House Following
Indiana Victory
Mosher and Jordan Halls held open
house Saturday afternoon celebrat-
ing the victory of the Indiana game.
The arrangements in Jordan Hall
were in charge of Beth Turnbull, '37,
chairman of teas. Rosemary Neu-
haus, '37, and Helen Hagey poured
at the tea table which was effectively
decorated with fall flowers and tap-
ers in shades of yellow and orange.
Those who assisted were Mabel
Allison, Miriam Miller, '38,Ella Mil-
ler, '36, Marcella Markland, '39, Sal-
ly Seecrest, '38, Betty Cosolias, '37,
Ruth Hartman, '39, Janet Karlson,
'38, and Harriet Pomeroy, '39.
The tea table in Mosher Hall was
appropriately decorated with a foot-
ball surrounded by autumn leaves
with goal posts formed by yellow and
blue ribbons tied between candles at
either end of the table.
Elaine Cobo, '37, social chairman
of Mosher Hall and Angeline Malis-
zewski directed the affair, assisted
by the following committee, Mary
Andrew, '39, Mary Jane Watson, '36,
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Caroline Woodford, '36, Nancy Kov-
er, '38, Dorothy Carr, '36, Mary Hor-
kan, '38, Helen Louise Arner, '38,
Joanne Kimmel, '38, and Dorothy
Gittleman, '38. Mrs. Ray and Miss
Hamm presided at the tea table.
W.A.A. Board Meeting
Called For Tomorrok
The W.A.A. board will hold their
meeting at 4:15 p.m., tomorrow at
the W.A.A. Building, according to
Brenda Parkinson, W.A.A. president.
Tryouts For Stanley
Chorus To Be Today
Tryouts for the Stanley Chorus,
a singing ensemble composed ex-
clusively of women, will be held
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today in the
League. Notice of a definite meet-
ing room will be posted on the
bulletin, board. This is the only
activity, outside of athletics for
which first semester freshmen
women are allowed to tryout.
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Meeting To Be Held
By Michigan Dames
The Michigan Dames, an organiza-
tion for the wives of married students
and internes of the University, will
hold its second meeting of the sea-
son at 8:15 p.m. today in the Grand
Rapids room of the Michigan League.
The Committee has attempted to
reach all eligible women, but any one
who has not recevied a personal in-
vitation will be cordially invited.
Refreshments will be served under
the direction of, Mrs. Richard D.
Reekie, and entertainment will be in
charge of Mrs. Paul Konz and Mrs.
Werner Streideick.
Reception Committee,
Tryouts, To Meet Todbay
The House Reception Committee
will meet at 4:30 p.m. tiday in the
league. All members of the com-
mittee, as well as those interested in
joining are invited to attend accord-
ing to Julie Kane, '36.
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CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

Further pledging was announced
by several of the houses today. Guests
wereentertained for the football
weekend.

Alpha
pledging
bor, and
bor.

Alpha Chi Omega
Chi Omega announces the
of Maxine Blaess, Ann Ar-
Dorothea Staebler, Ann Ar-

ALPHA OMICRON PI
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Florence Rogers, Detroit.
Betty Miller, '37, was in charge of the
tea held Sunday. The house also had
the following week-end guests: Ra-
chael Hann, Francis Baylor, Alice
Baylor, Jean Huft, all of Blooming-
ton, Ind., and Stel Glass, Detroit.
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta announces the re-
cent initiation of Mary Burke, Pal-
mer.
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis announces the
pledging of Janece Birne, Des Moines,
Ia with Edith Hooker, Baltimore,
Md.
Delta Delta Delta

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Delta Delta Delta announces
pledging of Betty Petrash, '39.

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All plot synopses for the Junior
Girl's Play must be turned in by
Monday, Oct. 20, to Edith Zerbe,
'37, chairman, or they may be left
in Miss McCormick's office. The
manuscripts will be due the fol-
lowing Monday.
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Theater: Majestic, "Here Comes
the Band" with Ted Lewis; Michigan,
"She Married Her Boss" with Clau-
dette Colbert; Whitney, "She Gets
Her Man" with Zazu Pitts; Wuerth,
"Broadway Gondolier" with Dick
Powell and "The Dog of Flanders"
with Frankie Thomas.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
MRS. RUTHVEN ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven was
hostess at a reception and tea yes-
terday afternoon at the president's
residence, honoring the delegates at-
tending the annual convention of the
Michigan State Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs and those enrolled in the

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THERE'S no use talking-Saturday was an ex-
citing day for Amos Hunter. (You know him-
the nice young fellow with the pink cheeks.) That
night he had a date with a girl. THE date with
THE girl.
So he spent part of the afternoon shining up the
old bus with "Duco" Polish. By supper time it was
new-looking and handsome enough for a king
and queen.
In the meantime Susie Blossom was busy with
her needle, putting the last frills-and furbelows on
her new, peach-colored Du Pont Rayon dress.

Susie was pretty sure that Amos was THE boy.
And at eight o'clock sharp, Amos and Susie
were on their way in the bright, shiny car...
. bound for the movies to see a hand-holding
romance that was made on Du Pont film.
Neither Amos nor Susie realized how chemical
research had touched their lives that day. The
shiny car, the rayon dress, and the movie film-
all resulted from the work of chemists. As a matter
of fact, no day passes that modern chemistry
doesn't help make life happier and more complete
for them-and for you.

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