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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE IV

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 ?AGE FIVE
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ON THE HOUSE
By JO KETELHUT
Ann Arbor will settle down to a comparatively quiet weekend
as the campus begins preparations for some roaring Homecoming
parties and displays next week.
Students from every house will be "partying" in New York tonight
and invading Yankee Stadium tomorrow while their "brothers"
and "sisters" at home must be content with TV parties and the local
movie theaters.
A few scattered parties, however, will keep the social calendar
looking somewhat alive.
* * * *
A SEASON PASS TO THE ARB will be the coveted reward for
the lucky couple who first reaches the hidden treasure at Alpha
Epsilon Pi's treasure hunt tomorrow night. A tempting barbeque and
a record dance will follow the hike.
* >x * *
A HAY-STREWN ATMOSPHERE, complete with patched overalls,
beat out moccasins and straw hats will set the scene for the Sigma Nu
barn dance tomorrow night. Al Chase and his orchestra will provide
the musical notes for the jean-clad dancers.
* * * *
TRISTADECTAPHOBIA (fear of the number 13) will be the,
theme of the Zeta Tau Alpha party tonight. All the latest popular
records will furnish the musical background.
* * * .*
PHI DELTA PHI will keep things buzzing around their house
with three events planned for this weekend. A jam session will take
place there tonight, and a record dance is slated for tomorrow night.
"Decorations will be casual-the unraked leaves tracked in from
our front yard," said Noel Melvin, social chairman.
A dinner party in honor of Lieutenant-Ensign Thomas Reynolds,
soon to join one of the Armed Services, has been planned for Sunday's
entertainment at Phi Delta Phi.
WENLEY HOUSE will be transformed into a barn tomorrow
night as the Wenley men and their dates prepare for some lively
square dances. Ivan Parker will do the calling.
* * * *
GAME TIME TOMORROW afternoon will find everyone with
ears glued to radios or eyes focused on television sets. Listening and
TV parties followed by record dances in the evening have been
planned by Apha Kappa Kappa, Victor Vaughn, Beta Theta Pi,
belta Tau Delta,. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Green House.
FIRST TIME:
Coed Exchange Dinner Held

Barbour Holds
Dinner Feting
New Women
Candlelight and roses high-
lighted last evening's welcome
dinner at Betsy Barbour.
The dinner was held in honor
of the new residents of the house.
Each guest was presented with a
rose bud by house president, Elea-
nor Doersam.
The. tradition of giving each
new resident a rose has been car-
ried out for many years. It dates
back to a time when Mr. Levi
Barbour, donor of the dormitory,
was ill and the Barbour coeds
made some fudge and sent to him.
To show his appreciation, he
sent them a dozen red roses with
a card addressed, "To the Betsy
Buds." Thus, the tradition arose.
The story of the "Betsy Buds"
was told at the dinner by Beryl
Clayton.
Special guests for the dinner
were acting Associate Dean Mrs.
Sarah Healy and Assistant Dean
Mrs. Elsie Fuller.
Patronesses were Mrs. Lawrence
Preuss, Mrs. William Willcox, and
Mrs. Thomas Francis.
WAA Plans
Co-RecSports
Sports enthusiasts will have an
opportunity to participate in their
favorite activities from 7:30 to
10:30 p.m. today at the Intramural
Building.
Patterned after last year's pro-
gram, this season's list of acti-
vities'includes co-recreationalavol-
leyball, badminton, and swimming,
as well as paddleball, basketball,
i ndball, and fencing.
Past sports night have drawn
an average of 300 men and women.
Sponsored by the Women's Ath-
letic Association and Earl N.
Riskey, IM Building director, this
year's program will be aided by
volunteer workers.
"If students would like to have
regular teams drawn up, this can
be done," Riskey said. "Couples
could compete in tournaments."
Journalism Honoraries
To Give Picnic Today
Journalism Department stu-
dents will picnic at the Island
today.
Sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi,
Theta Sigma Phi, and Kappa Tau
Alpha, honorary and professional
journalism societies, the festivi-
ties will begin at 5:15 p.m.
Students will meet at the
Journalism building next to the
Administration Building on S.
State St. An admission price of
50 cents will be charged.

Troth Revealed

Lanette Sheaffer
Engagemerits and Weddings
Of StudenLs, Graduates Told

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Meet at 9 a.m., Sat., Oct. 14, Lea-
gue. Call Jack Young, 34724 for
AYH pass.
Cinema Guild film sponsorship
petitions can be picked up and
left at the SL Office, 1020 Ad-
ministration Building before ex-
tended deadline Fri., Oct. 13th.
Organization officers with inquir-
ies concerning film sponsorship
should call Cinema Guild Com-
mittee Chairman, Leonard Wilcox,
at 38581 before Friday deadline.
Graduate Outing Club: Swim-
ming, 7:30 p.m., Intramural Bldg.
All grads welcome.
C.E.D.: Meeting, Room 3B, Un-
ion, 4:15 p.m. It is urgent that all
interested individuals and repre-
sentatives of organizations attend.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Initia-
tion meeting, 7:30 p.m., Rackham
Amphitheatre. Members please at-
tend.
IZFA: Executive Meeting, 4:15
p.m., Union.
Coming Events
Teaching Fellows, College of Lit-
erature, Science, and tre Arts:
Meeting, Mon,, Oct. 16, 5 p.m.,
1025 Angell Hall. Dean Keniston
will speak briefly on "Teaching
and Research."
Introducing plans for Interna-
tional Girls' House at an Open
House held by Boy's International
House, 915 Oakland, Sun., Oct. 15,
4-6 p.m. Boys and girls interested
invited.
International Dinner: Greek
Dinner-the first in a series of
International Dinners sponsored
by the International Center, Sun.,
Oct. 15, 6:30 p.m., followed by a
program and the World Affairs
Round Table. Discussion: Western
Position in Greece. Prof. John
Dawson of the LaweSchool will be
the faculty participant and guest
speaker. Tickets can be purchased
at the International Center.
Hostel Club: AYH Square Dance,
Jones School, 8 p.m., Sat., Oct. 14.
Admission charge.
Sunday Morning Horseback Rjd-
ing will be held on bridle path.
Anyone interested contact Norma
Ockree, 2-4067. Special attention
given to inexperienced horsemen.
Meet at League, 9:30 a.m., with
bikes. We will bike out to Glencoe
Stables near Pittsfield Village.
All Phi Eta Sigma men who
have not received their certificates
will pick them up at the window
in the Administration Building
marked Phi Eta Sigma,' Mon., Oct.
16, 2 to 4 p.m.

Friday the 13th
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Many originally were 29.95

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For the first time on this cam-
is independent and affiliated
women met last night for an ex-
change dinner between the resi-
dents of Martha Cook and Delta
Delta Delta.
With time allotted for pre-
dining gossip and after dinner
coffee, twenty girls from each

residence were guests of the other
participating house.
Doreen Collins, social chairman
of Martha Cook, states that more
of these exchange dinners are
slated for the future.
During the war various sorori-
ties on campus participated in
exchange desserts and dinners,
but as far as the records show this
is the first event of its kind to be
held by independent and affiliated
groups.

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Sheaffer-Flower
A winter wedding is being
planned by Lanette Sheaffer and
John A. Flower.
Their engagement was an-
nounce by Miss Sheaffer's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Sheaffer of Lititz, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Flower's -parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd E. Flower of Aber-
deen, Washington.
Miss Sheaffer is a senior in the
School of Music and is a member
of Delta Gamma and Mu Phi Ep-
silon.
Mr. Flower is a graduate stu-
dent in the School of Music and
is also an instructor in that school.
He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi
and Phi Mu Alpha.
L ake- Crta i 0
Prof. and Mrs. Francis X. Lake
of Ann Arbor have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Mary Eleanor, to Turiddu Francis
Cartaino, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paolo S. C. Cartaino of Tucson,
Ariz .
Miss Lake graduated from the
University music school in Febru-
ary.
Her fiance is a February gradu-
ate of the University engineering
school.
SRA To Sponsor Party
At Lane Hall Tonibht
In Honor of Freshmen
Planning a reunion for fresh-
men who attended Rendezvous, a
retreat at the Detroit Recreation
Camp, members of the Student
Religious Association will present
a surprise party from 7:30 to 11
p.m. today at Lane Hall.
Following the special program,
the group will join in square danc-
ing. Refreshments will be served
later in the evening.
Rendezvous was SRA's contri-
bution to the freshman orienta-
tion program.
The party will also be open to
counselors from Rendezvous and
interested faculty members.

Lee-Schroeder
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Dickie
of Royal Oak have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Phyllis Lee, to Paul Edward
Schroeder, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Ernest E. Schroeder of Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Miss Dickie is a senior in the
School of Education. Mr. Schroe-
der is a junior in Medical School.
They plan a June wedding.
Jones-Goodman
A sophomore in the University
Medical School, Miss Carol Eliza-
beth Jones, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Jones of Milan,
became the bride of Ralph R.
Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lamoine Goodman of Detroit,
June 17 in Milan.
The new Mrs. Goodman re-
ceived her BS degree in June
and is continuing her medical
studies. She is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta and Alpha Epsilon
Iota, medical sorority.
Her husband received his BS'
degree ip June and is doing gradu-
ate work in physics in September:
He is affiliated with Tau Beta Pi,
engineering honorary.
* * *
Durham-Richards
Miss Alice Durham of Lawrence
St., daughter of Mrs. Charles E.
Durham of Battle Creek, and
Richard D. Richards, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Richards of Chel-
sea, were married June 15 in Ann
Arbor.
The bride is a graduate of the
University nursing school.
Mr. Richards, a member of Phi
Chi fraternity, is a senior medical
student at the University.

They plan a wedding
month.

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Group of Better Hats Better Crepe Blouses,
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HATS: Group of felts, velours, velvets
Capeskin G1..OVES - black and brown
BETTER COSTUME JEWELRY
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