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Autumn Parties
To Be Held By
Many Houses

Drapery Featured
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Formal, Informal
Are Planned To
New Pledges

Dances
Honor

Five fraternities and sororities hav
planned celebrations for this week-
end, honoring their pledges at forma:
and informal dances at their respec-
tive chapter houses.
Decorations willfollow a Thanks-
giving motif at the informal, closed
dance planned by members of Alpha
Chi Sigma fraternity for tomorrow
night. Chaperones will be Dr. and
Mrs. M. H. Soule, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Beukema.
Out-of-town guests expected for
the party are Mr and Mrs. Rupert
Bradley of Charleston, W. Va., and
Fred Shaw, '34, Detroit. Music will
be furnished by the orchestra of Max
Collins, '35, social chairman of the
fraternity.
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority will hold
a closed pledge formal tomorrow
night at the chapter house. Ballons
are to be used for the decorations
according to Betty Miller, '37, social
chairman. The chaperones will be
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wuerfel, Mr.
and Mrs. George Snyder, and Mrs.
Ruth James. Cal Edwards orchestra
will play.
Mary Lou Miller, '37, is making'the
arrangements for the pledge formal
A'o be given by the members of Col-
legiate Sorosis tomorrow night. Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Van Boven will act as
chaperones. The house will be dec-
orated with fall flowers.
Delta Gamma
A closed pledge formal will be held
by Delta Gamma sorority tonight.
Betsy Baxter, '38, social chairman, is
planning the dance. The party will
be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. J. L.
Gillard; Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Schnick;
'Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Waterman; and
Mrs. Thyllin Reynolds.
The members of Phi Delta Theta
fraternity will honor their pledges at
a formal dance tonight. Prof. and
Mrs. Earl V. Moore and Prof. and
Mrs. Bennett Weaver will act as
chaperones. The decorations will be
in blue and whte. Paul Keeler, '37,
is social chairman.
ALPHACHI SIGMA
Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity will
have a smoker every three weeks to
which students and faculty members
of the departments of chemistry and
chemical engineering are invited.
,:Prof. Clair Upthegrove of the engi-
neering college, and C. S. Schoepfle
of the chemistry department attend-
ed the first of these meetings, which
took place this week.
"Shining" Examples
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AlumnaeClub
Admits Group
Of Associates
Membership Enlargement
Announced By Mrs. Lee;
Five Win Fellowships
The University of Michigan alum-
nae club will enlarge its membership
with the addition of a group of as-
sociate members, Mrs. Alfred O. Lee,
president, announced yesterday.
This group is to be composed of
women who have not attended the
University, but who wish to con-
tribute to the fellowship work of the
club. They will be admitted to all
meetings, including the lectures and
luncheons planned for this year, on
payment of the yearly dues of $1.00.
At the first meeting of the club,
which is to take place at 2:30 p.m.
Hussey room of the League, there will
be a table for the payment of dues
for all those wishing to join.
A reception which is to be held
after the lecture by Mrs. F. B. Fisher,
has been planned for the students
who received the Alumnae Council
fellowships this year: Dorothy Gies,
Carla Gilmore, Barbara Clarke, Ann
Kowaliszyn, and Frances Butler.
In the receiving line will be Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs. Fred-
erick B. Fisher, and Mrs. Alfred O.
Lee, president of the club. Dean
Alice Lloyd and Dr. Margaret Bell
are to be the guests of honor.

New Chinese Barbour Scholar
Discusses Western Literature

By THERESA SWAB
To be able to sit quietly and dis-
cuss Tolstoy, George Bernard Shaw,
Wordsworth, Shelly, and Eugene
O'Neill on a Saturday night after
a historic football vctory for the home
team seems to be just another aci-
complishment of a Barbour Scholar, if
one is to judge from Man Kuei Li,
newly appointed Barbour Scholar.
Miss Li, who is a native of Canton,'
China, is doing graduate work in
drama and literary subjects. For this
' work she appears unusually adapted
since she modestly acknowledges the
publication of plays, short stories, and
essays in Chinese.
While still a student in Yenching
University, Peiping, Miss Li began
this pursuit of a literary career, and
she is now writing some plays in
English.
When asked about her favorite
authors, Miss Li expressed an admira-
ton for the fundamental ideas of
George Bernard Shaw, particularly
his brotherhood of men. Her pri-
mary interest, however, lies in the
personality of Jesus. This she at-
tributes to the fact that it has been
brought before her constantly since
childhood as she was reared in a
Christian family.
The philosophy of Tolstoy holds an
unusual charm for this petite repre-
sentative of China. In fact, Miss Li
is the author of "Study of Tolstoy,"
which was published in Chinese.
Miss Li has a definite aim for

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studying in this country. To quote
her: "As a student of literature, I
zind it too narrow to limit my knowl-
edge to Chinese only. China has been
developing her culture independently
and isolatedly for more than four
thousand years. It is time now for
her to be influenced by the western
culture, as well as willing to share
her own with the rest of the world.
"I come to this country with a
double aim. First, I hope to acquire
the dramatic technique and the lit-
erary inspiration of the west for the
benefit of my own writing. Secondly,
I seek to find in the western ltierature
the 'fundamental ideas which are in
common with the east and west, and
to see whether we can mix the two
cultures to make a better one."
CHI PHI
Francis Wallace and Walter Crow
are planning to fly to the Illinois
game this week-end in Wallace's
plane.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
Robert George, '36BAd., of Alpha
Kappa Psi, business administration
fraternity, is going to Champaign,
Ill., for the Michigan-Illinois foot-
ball game.
New Hats
are flaunting Veils
for the
DRESSY SEASON.

Art Division Will Hear
Lillian Asiuis Today
The Art Division of the Michigan
Dames is to meet at 8:15 p.m. today
in the League, Mrs. Paul M. Konz,
who is in charge of the meeting, an-
nounced. Mrs. Lillian Asmus will
address the group.
Mrs. Asmus will include a descrip-
tion of her recent European trip as
well as her art work in her speech.
She also plans to instruct the group
in the making of Christmas cards.
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Engagement Of
Local Couple
Is Announced
Dr .and Mrs. Albert S. Barr, Ann
Arbor, announced the engagement of
their daughter, Helen, to Ralph J.
O'Hara, Detroit, Tuesday night in
their home. The announcement was
made at a meeting of Miss Barr's sew-
ing club.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity where she was affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta sorority. O'Hara,
who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam F. O'Hara, Ann Arbor, received
his master's degree from the Uni-
versity last June, and is a member of
Kappa Sigma fraternity.
The engagement was cleverly an-
nounced while refreshments were be-
ing served to the assembled guests.
No definite date has been set for the
wedding.

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