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October 30, 1936 - Image 5

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FRIDAY, OCT. 34, 193



Homecoming W eek-End To Feature. Fraternity Dances, Assem

ibly Tea



Forty Houses
Will Welcome
Hallowe'en Merriment Is
Motif For Decorations
Of House Parties
The annual Home-Coming celebra-
tion will be held this week-end, with
forty fraternities and sororities hold-
ing dances. Many places will hold
open house on Saturday after the,
game to welcome the alumni of the
Ted Mill::, '37, announced that
there would be a closed informal,
dance Friday at Alpha Sigma Phi
house. The chaperons will be Dr. and
Mrs. A. D. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. I
M. A. P'atterson.
Chi Psi will hold a dinner dance
Friday in the chapter house. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Carsons and Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Kindred will be the
Pledge Formal Given
Delta Delta Delta will hold a closedI
pledge formal tonight, according tof
Helen Mogford, '37. Chaperons for
the dance will be Prof. and Mrs. H. A.
Higbee, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Eardley,
and Mrs. Blanche Harley.
Delta Kappa Epsilon will hold ai
closed formal dance tonight. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Upton
Shreve, of Grosse Pointe, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Cox Manuel, of Detroit,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tallmon, of
Wheaton, and Dr. and Mrs. William
Schultz, of Ann Arbor.
Delta Upsilon will hold their pledge
formal tonight. The chaperons will
be Prof. and Mrs. George B. Bingham_
and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Gabler. I
Tomorrow Delta Upsilon will hold
a radio dance following the game.
The chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
George M. Bleekman and Prof. and*
Mrs. Herbert S. Dahlstrom.
Sorority To Honor Alumnae I
Kappa Delta will hold its pledge b
formal tonight. Prof. and Mrs. W. A.b
Muehlig and Prof. and Mrs. C. W.I
Edmunds will be the chaperons.
Kappa Sigma fraternity will hold
a closed pledge formal tonight. Mr.
and Mrs. Tage Jacobson of Detroit'
and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Higgins of
Toledo, 0., will chaperon the party..
Arthur Ricker, '38, announced and
open informal dance tonight. Chap-
erons will be Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Meachum, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
MacCafree, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. c
W. Underwood. S
Sigma Nu will hold their pledge I
formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. b
Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hen-
dricks will be the chaperons. a
Zeta Psi will hold a closed dinner &

Mariluz Will Appear With Spanish Ensemble

Non-Affiliates Honor Students Phi Sigma Sigmas
Will Be Feted Will Be Invited Wi Volleyball Tilt
At Tea Tode Play progressed in the first round
Ay, To Tea Dance of the women's volleyball tournament
yesterday when Phi Sigma Sigma de-
feated Alpha Delta Pi, 28 to 16.
iAssembly Music By Charlie Zwick; The members of the winning team
To Sponsor Dance; No Party To Be Sponsored were Beatrice Guiness, '38, Ida Fisher,
Admission a eB Mortarboar'40, Frieda Halpert, '40, Rhoda Fux-
y Mortarboard man, '39, Myrtle Prussin, '40, Betty
I Fromm, '39, Lois Coburn, '39, Irene
All non-affiliated women are in- About 100 sophomore and junior ! Jaskulek, '48, Martha Horelick, '39,

The Law Club will hold its annuai
informal homecoming dance tomor-
row night. Peter Boter, '37, is in
charge of the ajfair. The members
of his committee include Grafton

Mariluz, the famous Mexican dancer, will appear with Carlos de Vega
and his ensemble in their Spanish dance recitals to be given this after-
noon and evening and ,tomorrow evening at th'e Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Her combination of dramatic beauty and agility of movement
have brought Mariluz notice from dance critics the world over. Last year
she was asked to pose for a mural which Diego Rivera was doing for the
School of Agriculture in Mexico City.

vited to attend the tea dance which
will be held for them from 4 to 5:30
p.m. today in the League Ballroom,
according to Mary Andrews, '37, pres-
ident of Assembly.
The tea is being sponsored by Sen-
ior Society and Assembly expressly
for ncn-affiliated women, Miss An-
drews said. It is the first time such
an affair has been attempted on this
2ampus and all non-affiliated women
are encouraged to attend, Miss An-
drews stated. There will be no ad-
mission charge, she said.
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
will furnish music for dancing and
a floor show will be given, according
to Frances Carney, '37, in charge of
publicity. The ballroom will be dec-
crated with a Hallowe'en motif, it
was announced by Barbara Schacht.
'37, chairman of the committee on
Those who will pour during the
afternoon are Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mrs.
Edward H. Kraus, Mrs. James B.sEd-
nlonson, Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Mrs.
Walter B. Rea, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
Miss Jeannette Perry, and Mrs. Lu-
cille B. Conger.
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Ruth H.
( Danielson, Miss Ann Vardon, Mrs.
Martha L. Ray, Mrs. Florence Pres-
ton, Mrs. George M. Stanley and Miss
Isabel Dudley will also preside at the
tea tables.
Senior Society, whose president is
Mary Bennett, '37, was chosen by As-
sembly to sponsor the tea dance.
The society is an honor group for
I non-affiliated senior women. The
chairmen for the affair are all mem-
}bers of Senior Society, Miss Bennett
" said.
The representatives on the execu-
tive board of Assembly and the mem-
bers of Senior Society will assist
} as hostesses during the afternoon,
( Miss Carney aid. A special invitation
has been extended to the women on
the League Council.

averages in those classes will be
especially invited to attend the tea
dance to be given under the sponsor-
ship of Mortarboard from 3 to 5:30j
p.m. Nov. 7 in the League, according
to Margaret Guest, '37, one of those
in charge.1
Tickets, priced at 50c each, went
on sale Tuesday in dormitories and
sororities, where they can be obtained
from Mortarboard members. The
dance is open and all inviting will be
done by the women.
Dancing will be done in the ball-
room of the League, where Charlie
Zwick and his orchestra will play.
In the Grand Rapids Room guests
will be able to listen to the Mich-
igan-Pennsylvania game on one of
the several radios to be placed there.
Grace Snyder, '37, as president of
Mortarboard, is the general chair-
man. Others in charge are Mary
Ellen Heitsch, '37, tickets; Edith
Zerbe, '37, publicity; Maryanna
Chockley, '37, League arrangements,
and Gretchen Lehmann, '37, chap-
erones. Other Mortarboard members,
Lois King, '37, Harriet Heath, '37,
Marjorie Turner, '37, Charlotte Ham-
ilton, '37, Elsie Pierce, '37, and Char-.
lotte Reuger, '37, are also assisting.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Marie
Hartwig, Prof. and Mrs. John E.
Tracy and Prof. and Mrs. William
Clark Trow will act as chaperones for
the affair.
A Hallowe'en ghost party will be
held immediately following the pep
meeting today at the Roger Williams
Guild house, according to Frances
Burgess, '38, treasurer of the guild.
Margaret Thornhill, '39, is general
chairman of the affair and, will be
assisted by Howard Smith, '38E, Wil-
liam Arthur, '39D and others.

Those who played for Alpha Delta
Pi were Mildred MacArthur, '39, Jane
Rogers, '37, Edna Kandelin, '39, Mad-
elaine Westerdorf, '40, Cornelia Van-
Dorn, '38, Frances Hubbs, '40, Julia
Ann Upson, '39, and Dorothy Goebel,
Today at 4:30 p.m. Helen Newberry
Residents will play Betsy Barbour.

women naving the highest schiolastic and Mildred oldbierg, '37.j

dance tonight in honor of their Blakeman and Mr. and Mrs. H. San-
ledges. Chaperones will be Mr. and born Brown will chaperon.
Mrs. T. S. Antepell, and Mr. and I An informal dance will be given by
Mirs. Henry Ogden. Alpha Kappa Psi tomorrow evening,
Acacia will hold its annual home- Al Finly, '38BAd., announced. Mr.
coming party Saturday. Mr. C. Rus- and Mrs. Larry Barden and Mr. and
sel Price and Mr. H. P. Wagner will Mrs. Stuart B. Mead will chaperon
be chaperon for the affair, which will the dance.
be a closed informal. An informal dance will be heldj
After Saturday's game the Alpha at Alpha Omega Saturday evening
Delta Pi will have open-house. Guests according to Martin Naimark, '37D.
or the homecoming week-end will be Chaperons for the affair will be Dr.
Doris Roper, Ara Lee Malach and ch.Dr. and Mrs. John
Mary Jane Moran, all of Detroit. Alpha Tau Omega will hold atea
The Alpha Epsilon Phi is holding dance from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
an open-house after the game Satur- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wikel and Mr. and
Hallowe'en Is Motif Mrs. D. B. Andrews will be chaperons.
Hallwe'e IsChi Phi will hold a closed informal
Alpha Kappa Kappa will hold a dance from 9 to 12 p.m. tomorrow fol-
closed informal homecoming dance lowing the Indiana game.
Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Oliver Todd gthIniagme
ada . D r. aChaMrsOlivBro dwI Delta Sigma Delta will hold an in-
ad Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brown will formal party tomorrow, according to
e the chaperons. mdIvan E. Wilcox, '37, social chairman.
Alpha Kappa Lambda will hold Delta Sigma Pi, national business
aclosed informal homecoming dance administration fraternity, is sponsor-
Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Edward W. (Continued on page 6)



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And of course you're going to
the game . . . and to enjoy it,
you'll want to be warm .
and that means
Others to $110.00

$12.95 and up

And, if you're

really cold-

blooded - the answer is a
at $10.95 up






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