WE~DNESDAY, NOVE1WBER 13, 1940
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Two Honorary Organizations
Will Celebrate Founder's Day
Founder's Day celebrations will be
held by two organizations this week
as Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary music
fraternity for women plans its cere-
mcny for 8 p.m. today, and Zeta
Phi Eta, women's honorary speech'
fraternity, will hold its program atj
At the home of Mrs. Alexander Dow,
in Barton Hills, freshman women
of the music school will be honored
as well as alumnae members and pa-
trons of Mu Phi Epsilon. Miss Uarda
Foster will play the Appassionat4
Sonata Opus 57 of Beethoven, and
the Beethoven Trio No. 4 will be
played by Lonna Parker, 'cellist, Italo
Frajola, violinist, and Burton Page,
Zeta Phi Eta will meet in the Union
Terrace room for its festivities. The
program will include an original skit
by Adelaide L. Carter, '42, entitled,
"And Speech Was Given." The cast
is: Mary Ann McCoy, '41, as Sym-
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bol; Jean G. Hubbard, '42, as Zeta;
Mildred A. Ward, '41, as Jargon; Jane
E. Grills, 41. as Thought; Irene A.
Ferguson, '42, as Structure; and Claire
C. Cook, '41, as Man.
The play is modeled after a Greek
play. Other features of the program
will include Mrs. Grace Dunshee, an
alumna of Beta Chapter who will
give a professional reading. Several
guests from the Detroit alumnae will
speak on their chapter and Founder's
Theta Xi Formal
Will Honor Pledges
Theta Xi will honor its pledges
at its traditional pre-Thanksgiving
pledge formal to be held from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 20 in
the ballroom of the League, with
more than 600 invited guests attend-
The "Sophisticats," an orchestra
well-known to radio listeners, will
play for the affair, which is held
each year at the same time.
Decorations for the dance, the larg-
est single fraternity affair, are also
traditional. They will consist of large
illuminated pledge buttons and Theta
Fraernities and sororities continue
to announce pledgings and initiations
which have been held recently.
Six men became affiliated with
Delta Upsilon. They include Frank
P. Butters, '43A; Edward Knudson,
'42; Albert Little, '43A; Arthur J.
Marion, '42; William Prangen, '41;
and Edward W. Smith, '42.
Those who were initiated by Sigma
Nu are Robert F. Dillingham, '43,
Edgar B. Gibson, '43E, Oscar E. Hau-
ser, '42E, Thomas F. Ratcliffe, '42,1
Philip L. Ruby, '43. Paul D. Sampson,
'42, and William W. Swenson, '43E.
Theta Delta Chi
Theo F. Sharp, E, Leroy A. Alding-
er, '43E, Joe E. Schroeder, '43, and
Warren P. DeLand, '43, were initiat-
ed by Theta Delta Chi.
Phi Rho Sigma
Phi Rho Sigma, medical fraternity,.
has pledged Robert A. Borden, Crest-
line, O., Wilson R. Brewer, Ann Arbor,
John E. Burnett, Jr., Ypsilanti, Hugh
R. Cook, Alpena, Alfred S. Gardiner,
Middletown, O., James F. Haggerty,
Ballard-Vale, Mass., John J. Mon-
tean, Welland, Ont., Joseph M. Ry-
an, Columbus, 0., Victor T. Scoville,
Constantine, William R. Sheehy,
Portland, Oregon, Richard H. Tay-
lor, Cleveland Heights, O., Arthur
A. Thompsett, Hesperia, Keith A.
Whitehouse, Detroit, all members of
the freshman class.
Joseph Cahalan, '43M, Detroit,1
Morris Murray, '43M, Charlotte, and
Carl A. Stolberg, '43M, Ludington,
also pledged Phi Rho Sigma.
Alpha Delta Chi
Alpha Delta Chi has pledged Bruce
Renaud, '43E, of Detroit.
Alpha Chi OmegaI
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
pledging of Gertrude Klubb, '44, ofj
Des Moines, Ia., Ann Rhoads, '44,1
of Albany, N.Y., and Ruth Walton,
'42, of Cheyene, Wyo.
Those who have pledged Alpha Phi
are Emily Fead, '44, of Port Huron,
Marjorie Killins, '43, Ann Arbor, and
Ann MacMillan, '42, Detroit,
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Tiny and flattering is the turban
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Local Chapter Will Entertain
For National Officer Today
Miss Katherine Eickhorn, national
sectional adviser for Mortarboard, na-
tional honorary society for senior
women, arrived in Ann Arbor yes-
terday to spend several days as guest
of the local chapter.
A full day of activities, including a
conference this morning, has been
planned for Miss Eickhorn by the
members of the local chapter. This
visit by a member of the national
Mortarboard organization is an an-
A luncheon will be held at 12 noon,
today at the League, to which the
local advisers have also been invited.
An alumnae tea has also been ar-
ranged for 4:00 p.m. today. Dean
Lloyd will honor the visitor at 6 p.m.
at a dinner at her home, to which
all the members of Mortarboard have
Tickets To Go On Sale Monday
For Congressional Fling;t
Decorations To Feature Deathi
Dance committees for he 1940 Con-
gressional Fling. "Coffin Capers,"
which will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday, Dec. 6. were an-
nounced yesterday by Richard Coe,
'42E, general chairman.
Heading the tickets committee is
Emil Missura, '43, who will be assist-
ed by David Panar, '41E, and Daniel
Levine, '41, while David Lachenbruch,
'42, and Herman Chasen, '42, will be
in charge of the publicity and posters
Albert P. Blaustein. '42, was named
as chairman of the patrons commit-
tee and will work with William H.
Rockwell, '41, Gerald Hewitt, '42, Har-
old Wilson, '42, Myron Dann, '43,
and Gerald Schaflander, '42.
The decorations committee consists
of Robert Jones, '43, chairman, Nich-
olas Athens, '41A, William Ditz, '42A,
and William Jackson, '41. On the
entertainment committee are Wil-
liam Strain, '43, who will serve as
chairman, David Margold, '42E, Rich-
ard L. Shuey, '41E, and Gordon An-
The theme of this year's informal
is death; appropriate decorations and
music will be featured. Tickets, which
will cost $1.25 per couple, will go on
All independents who are interest-
ed in working with the committee on
the dance are asked to get in touch
with Coe or Andrews, personnel chair-
man, as soon as possible.
Will Remain Open
It is registration time. No-not
for voting or for the draft, but for
something -which assures much bet-
ter returns. This registration is for
the "acquaintance bureau" which is
still open to all students.
It is only human to want to meet
people, and the social committee this
year has installed the "Acquaintance
Bureau" for the purpose of making
this an easier job at the beginning
of the year. All one does is to go
to the Counsel Room of the League
from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on today
Here you will register and be inter-
viewed by an able group of judges.
Later, arrangements will be made for
a coke date. It is as simple as all
that, and you will have made a new
Since such a bureau is needed
only at the beginning of each sem-
ester, it will be closed after next
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Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Tau initiated the fol-
lowing people: James Peterson, '42;
Jack Feidler, '42; Sam Capald, '42E,1
Jacques De Laurir, '43, and Horace
Chi Phi initiated Charles Barker,
'41E; Emory Madarasa, '41E; Ted
Hillhouse, '43, John Colgan, '42.
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Sigma Phi had an initiation
for Darwin Bostwick, '43A, and
Charles Daniels, '40E.
Theta Chi initiated Frank Lahr,
'43E, Kenneth Matson, '43M, Ross
M. Belyea, '42Lit, Charles F. Bren-
nan, Jr., '42A, Arlie D. Reagan, '43E.
Alpha Tau Omega
Alpha Tau Omega initiated John
Rieger, '43, Emery Freeman, '41, Ro-
bert Mott, '43E, Charles Trick,, '43,
Everett Houston, '43.
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi initiated Muriel
Hagemeyer, '42, and Patricia #5tearns,
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi announced the initia-
tion of Ruth Gram, '43, Ruth Tittle,
'42, and Patricia Young, '43.
Senior women who are interested
in applying for one of the five $700
fashion fellowships offered by the
Tobe-Coburn school for fashion car-
eers may get further information by
calling at the Bureau of Occupa-
tions and Appointments in Mason Hall
or by calling Virginia Osgood, '41,
Registration blanks and answers to
the first 10 questions must be mailed
to the school on or before Dec. 10.
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