P IDAY NOVEN1WZ; 15, 1035 TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
More Than 20 Houses
Plan Entertainment For
With the football game back in
Ann Arbor this weekend, about 20
houses have planned various sorts of
entertainment. A number of houses
are holding formal pledge dances to-
night and tomorrow night, and sev-
eral are entertining after the game.
LeRoy Haskell, '38, social chair-
man, announces that Alpha Delta
Phi will hold a closed informal dance
tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Q. Quirk,
of Ypsilanti, and Dr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell Malcom will act as chaperones.
Gloster Carrant's orchestra will fur-
nish the music for' the evening.
A pledge formal will be given by
the, members of Delta Upsilon to-
night. Earl Harger's orchestra is
furnishing the music. The chaper-
ones are to be Prof. and Mrs. George
Bleekman and Prof. and Mrs. D. K.
Kazarinoff. Rush Bowman, '37, also
announced that a radio tea dance will
be held at the house following the
game. Prof. and Mrs. Francis D.
Curtiss will chaperone the tea dance.
A closed pledge formal is being held
at the Gamma Phi Beta house to-
night. Dorothy Webb, '37, is social
chairman. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stark-
weather and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sar-
geant are the chaperones. Al Cow-
an's orchestra will play.
The members of Phi Kappa Sigma
will honor their pledges at a formal
dance tonight. The party will be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Mc-
Garvey, Mr. and Mrs. D. McGill, and
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Meadows.
James B. Graham, '37, is in charge.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold a
closed formal dance at the chapter
house tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. David Reed
will act as chaperones. Wally Gail's
orchestra will play.1
A formal pledge party will be held
tonight at the Sigma Chi house. The
following people will act as chaper-
ones: Prof. H. C. Anderson; Mr. and
Mrs. Turlow Coon; Capt. and Mrs.
Richard Coursey; Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Gram; Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Worley;1
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Kendall; Mr.1
and Mrs. Frank Oakes; Dean and
Mrs. W. B. Rea; and Dr. and Mrs.
R. C. Rieder, '37, is making ar-
rangements for the formal dance to
be held tonight at Sigma Phi. Bill
Sawyer's orchestra will play. The
party is to be chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Reynolds of Birm-
ingham, and Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Goetz of Flint.l
Theta Chi is holding an informal
dance tonight at the chapter house.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. James will chap-
erone the dance. George Frid, '36,
social chairman, has announced that
Reed Pierce's orchestra will play.
A closed pledge formal will be held
at the Theta Delta Chi house tonight.I
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Doer and Pro-
fessor and Mrs. E. S. Barker will be
the chaperones. Chuck Xwick's or-l
chestra will play, Bradford Carpenter,
'36, social chairman, announced to-
Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Fopeano and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kindred will
chaperone a closed pledge formal
given by the Alpha Chi Omega tomor-
row night. Helen Brandt, '36, an-
nounces that Russ Armstrong's or-
chestra will play.
Kappa Nu is having a closed pledge I
Newberry, Martha Cook,
The residents of Helen Newberry
dormitory will entertain the board of1
governors tonight with a formal t
birthday dinner celebrating Helenj
Newberry day. This is the occasion!
of the one-hundredth anniversary of
the birth of Helen Handy Newberry,
for whom the dormitory was named.
Guests will include Mrs. Henry B.
Joy, daughter of Mrs. Newberry and
president of the board, Grosse Pointe,1
Mrs. Donald Bleakley, Miss Clair
Saunders, Detroit; Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Mrs. J. G. Hays and Mrs. Hen-
ry W. Douglas. Another guest at
this affair will be Mrs. Frederick Boy-;
den Cooley, Buffalo, who is spending
the week-end at the dormitory with
To Hold Bake Sale
The Michigan alumnae will prove
their culinary ability in a bake sale
to be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to-
day at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing. Bright colored cellophane pack-
ages will enclose masterpieces in the
art of baking and candy making and
will donate the refreshments to be
In the main room where the sale
of Philippine linens is to be held, Mrs.
Rollin Drake has arranged special
tables with the embroidered mate-
zials; one withchildren's linens, and
others for various entertaining.
Mrs. C. D. Thorpe is chairman of
::ales. The floor committee consists
of Mrs. Stephen Attwood, Mrs. Ernest
Barker, Mrs. A. E. White, Mrs. Hugh
Keeler, Mrs. Wells Bennett, Mrs. D.
C. May and Mrs. Clare Giiffin.
29 Books To League
The gift of 29 volumes donated to
the League Library by Dean Alice C.
Lloyd is a welcome addition to the
drama collection, according to Miss
Mary Wedemeyer, librarian.
Contained in these books are 82
plays by such authors as Hendrik Ib-
sen, John Galsworthy, Eugene O'Neill
and Bernard Shaw. Among the
modern plays included are "Dinner
at Eight," "Green Pastures," "Yel-
Guests at the Acacia house for the
week-end will include B. Shipman of
the Minnesota chapter and David
Dolson of Detroit. Other out-of-
town guests, who will attend the open
house after the game, are Miss Mar-
guerite McGrath and Miss Hester
Green of East Lansing.
low Jack," "The Shining Hour" and
"The Sacred Flame."
These volumes are now on display.
They may be reserved and will be
issued after Saturday in the regular
manner for one week.
HOUSE RECEPTION MEETING
There will be a meeting of the
house reception committee of the
League at 3 p.m. today in the League,
according to Julie Kane. '36. chair-
Lewis VanderVelde, Mr. Nelson Van
de Luyster, Prof. and Mrs. Fred Odell,
Prof and Mrs. Fred G. Walcott, Prof.
Eugene Rouvillian, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Allen, Miss Ruth Danielson,
Miss Ruth Danielson, house direc- Mr. James Underwood and Mr. and j
tor. Mrs. Frank Van Tuyl.
Program Planned Martha Cook
Martha Cook entertained several
Margaret Cutler, '36, house pres- faculty members and the board of
ident, will be in charge of the cere- governors of the building at its
mony to be held after dinner in the m governorsrof nthe buildnt ts
imonthly formal dinner recently. The I
Influence of the Congo is seen
in this low-bodieed and cascade-
flcunced gown with its barbaric
wide-corded girdle. Marguerite
Churchill, Hollywoed actress, chose
this model in tana blue blistered
tin, and wears with it a flat
crowned conic turban.
formal tomorrow night. The chap-
erones will be Dr. and Mrs. Raphael
Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Green-
berg of Detroit, and Dr. Bernard
A closed informal tea dance will be
given by Phi Gamma Delta after the
game tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Oakes and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Darling
will act as chaperones.
A closed pledge formal will be held
tomorrow night at the Phi Sigma
Delta house. Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Baum of Flint, and Mr. Jerome Hau-
ser will chaperone the dance.
Pi Beta Phi will hold a closed pledge'
formal tomorrow nigh according to
Ruth Ann Jernegan, '37, social chair-
man. Al Cowan's band will furnish
the music for the evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Heath and Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur Twiss will act as chaperones.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority held a
Founders' Day banquet recently, cele-
brating the birthday of that organiza-
tion in 1874 in Syracuse, N. Y.
Alumnae attending the banquet
were Mrs. H. Paul Culver and Missj
Alice Cameron, national treasurer, of
Detroit, as well as a number of Ann
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6i eauty Shop
rJ Across from Jordan Hall .
o217 Observatory St. Ph.31
parlor. Miss Lloyd, Miss Saunders,
and Mrs. Joy will speak. Dorothy
Briscoe, '37, social chairman, is in
charge of arrangements and assisting
are Elizabeth Winne, '36, decorations,
and Mary Elizabeth Davy, '38, flow-
Dinner At Jordan
Members of the faculty and their
wives were the guests of Mosher and
Jordan Halls last night at the second
faculty dinner of the year.
Yellow chrysanthemums and!
candles provided the decorations of
the dining room for the formal at
Jordan. The guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Clarence Yoakum, Prof. and
Mrs. Frederick Jordan, Prof. and Mrs.
William Hobbs, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, Prof. and Mrs. Irving Scott,
Prqf. and Mrs. William Smeaton,,
Prof. and Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins, Prof.
and Mrs. William McLaughlin, Prof.
and Mrs. Charles Koella, Dr. Harlan;
Bloomer, Mr. and Mrs. Mentor Wil-
liams, Mr. Robert Ackerman, Mr.
Clifford Prator and Mr. Andrew,
The decorations for the informal
dinner at Mosher were fall flowers
and candles. The guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Olin Bearkett, Dr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur E. Wood, Prof.DJames O'Neill,
Prof. Karl H. Reickenrbach, Prof.
guests included Dean Alice Lloyd,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Byrl Ba-
cher, Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs.
F,rederick Ray, Mrs. Helen Kindred
and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. The board
of governors are Mrs. Stuart Bates,
Mrs. Delos Parker Heath, and Mrs.
A program was presented after din-
ner by Suzanne Malve, Grad., and
Mildred Olson, '37. Chairman of the
dinner was Irene Sartor, '37, and
chairman of the invitation commit-
tee was Rosanna Meloche, '36. Those
who served coffee after dinner in the
blue room were Barbara Johnson,
'37, Janet Lambert, '37. Gertrude
Waehner, '37, Jean Stone, '37, Mar-
garet Souter, '37, Jo-Clarke Kimball,
'37, and Eleanor Gessner, '37.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha entertained Miss
Hilda; Burr, Eastbourne, England,
and Miss Naomi Fukuda, Japanese
student last night at their Cosmo-
politan dinner which was in charge
of Martha Nelson, '36.
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