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.THE M1CILGAN DAILY

Night At

U

League To Be
Weekly Feature
Campus Talent Entertains
Grill Room Crowd With
Dance, Song Numbers
"Stunt Night" in the League Grill
Room made an auspiciousbstart last
night, with three numbers by campus
favorites. Georgia Geisman, '34,
headed the program with a song in
her husky tones. She sang, "The Day
You Came Along.
Charles Rush, '36L, followed Miss
Geisman with a clever tap dance.-
Rush began his number with repartee
with the orchestra aid continued
during the dance with remarks ad-
dressed to the audience.
A sister singing act, famous on
campus, was the next feature. The
songsters included Jean Seeley, '36,
Jean Ferrin, '36, and Ernestine Rich-
ter, '36. Their number was "Mood In-
Al Cowan, orchestra leader, made a
short speech explaining the purpose
of stunt night and asked for further
volunteers.
The answer to his request came
in two numbers, a tap dance by Mary
Busch, '35, and a piano solo during
the orchestra's intermission by David
Brown, '34, prominent in "Uncle
Tom's Cabin." Stunt night will be
a regular feature at the Grill every
Wednesday night, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the League
said.o
Sophomores Will Hold
Tryouts For Cabaret
Tryouts for Sophomore Caba-
ret will be held at 4 p. m. today
for waltz and tap-dancing num-
bers, while singing tryouts will
be held at 4 p. m. Friday. All
sophomore women are eligible to
try out if their scholastic average
is C, or may petition the office of
the Dean of Women for permis-
sion to participate if their scho-
lastic average is below a C.
Professors Place Third
In State Bridge Tourney
As a result of the State Bridge
Tournament, played Saturday in De-
troit, Prof. C. E. Love and Prof. E.
W. Miller, placing third, won the
right to play in the regional tour-
nament in Chicago.
Mrs. Louise Bright, and I. J. Deu-
ter of Detroit were the winners of the
tournament, which was conducted by
the United States Bridge Association.
Contestants were entered from De-
troit, Ann Arbor, Flint, Mt. Clemens,
Midland, and Chatham, Windsor,
Ont.
Of those who entered from the
Ann Arbor City Tournament, Mr.
John Mathes, and A. T. Cole, '36E,
placed\ fifth, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
K. Hunt, sixth.
Faculty May Enroll
In Dancing Class
Invitations have been extended to
faculty members to enroll in the
graduate students' dancing class to
be held Wednesday nights from 7:30
to 8:30 in the League, according to
Miss Ethel McCormick. The first
meeting of the combined group was
held last night. Mr. Roland Fulton,
who taught last year's class, is in-
structor again this year. A fee of
$3 is charged for the course of eight
lessons.

Where To Go
Dancing: League Grill, Hut, Den,
* Dixie Inn, 316 Cafe.
Theatres: 'Majestic, "Solitaire
Man" and "The Narrow Corner";
Wuerth, "Hold Me Tight"; Michigan,
"My Weakness"; Whitney, "War of
the Range" and "Midnight Warning."
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Blagdon Loan Fund
Will Give $321.07
To Upperclassmen
Announcement has been made of
the facilities offered by the Charlotte
Blagdon Loan Fund this year. The
balance available for loans amounts
to $321.07, League authorities stated
yesterday. The money is used in
loans to junior and senior women.
The applicant is judged by the
Dean of Women, the president and
the vice-president of the League, and
the chairman of the Judiciary Coun-
cil upon her work on campus activi-
ties, her personality, and scholarship.
The W.A.A. Board and the League
Board have been asked to recommend
anyone they know who is interested
in a part of this loan.
When the applicant has been cho-
sen announcemhent of her appoint-
ment and a description of the woman
concerned will be sent, as is the
custom, to Mr. ana Mrs. Blodgett.
Outdoor Club Will
Hold Steak Roast
The University Outdoor Club is
sponsoring a steak-roast Saturday at
Highland Lake. The group attend-
ing will meet at the south entrance
of the League at 2 p. m. and will be
carried by truck to the country where
a hike will start. Those interested
must give their names to Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League.
Members of the new executive
board of the club, elected Monday,
are: James Loughman, '35, Leland
Coulter, '35, Patricia Woodward, '35,
Marian Wiggin, '36, Helen Stevenson,
'35, Don Thomas, Elizabeth Moore,
'36, Samuel Rolph, Jr., '34, and Ran-
som Ellsworth, '34.
Officers of the club are as fol-
lows: president, John Manley, grad.;
vice-president, Pauline Woodward,
'35; treasurer, Carlton Brickell, '35;
assistant treasurer, Marietta Coff-
man, '34; publicity, Russell Ander-
on, '36, and Josephine McLean, '36.
Women's Club Will
Read Coward Play
The drama section of the Ann Ar-
ior Women's Club will meet at 2:30
a. m. today at the home of Mrs.
Herbert Grant Tier, 1331 Olivia.
The program will include a review
-f Noel Coward's play, "Dinner At
Eight," by Mrs. Dwight Dumond, a
group of readings by Mrs. L. A.
Young, and several vocal solos by
Mrs. C. Merle Dixon. Mrs. George
Willard, first vice-president, will pre-
side at the tea-table. The meeting
has been planned by "Mrs. D. G.
Mickle.
Ruthvens Begin Series
Of Teas For Students
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven were at home to students of
the University yesterday afternoon.
Another similar tea is planned for
Wednesday, November 8, from 4 to
6 p.mi.
GLEE CLUB TO MEET
Election of officers and completion
of the plans for the year will be the
features of the regular meeting of
the Freshman Girls Glee Club to be
held today.

Dormitories To
Entertain For
Faculty Guests
Pledge Activities, Dinners,
Fill Sororities' Week;
One Fraternity Initiates
Dormitories and sororities Are busy
with mid-week social functions which
include faculty dinners, teas, and
pledging.
Mosher-Jordan
Mosher-Jordan Halls will give an
informal faculty dinner tonight. The.
guests in Jordan will be: Dr. and
Mrs. William James, Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Junius
Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. White,
Mr. H. B. Calderwood, Professor and
Mrs. Carl J. Coe, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Jones, Dr. Hazel M. Losh, Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Preston Slosson, Dr.
and Mrs. Peter Okkelberg, Professor
and Mrs. David B. Mattern, and
Professor and Mrs. Herbert Kenyon.
The guests of Mosher residents will
be: Mr. Gordon Farrel, Dr. and Mrs.
Berton Thuma, Dr. and Mrs. Irving
Scott, Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs.
Beryl Bacher, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dr.
and Mrs. John Bradshaw, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Dr. Paul Cuncannon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Winnacker.
Alpha Orlicron Pi,
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Edith Forsythe, '36.
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi sorority is enter-
taining tonight at a dinner. The
house gave a pledge tea yesterday
from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. Jean B.
Walker, '36, was in charge.
Phi Kappa
Phi Kappa fraternity announces
the initiation of George C. Munger,
'34, Perrysburg, O.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma has been
entertaining its field secretary, Miss
Helen Snyder, for several days.
There Will Be No.
Dance on Friday
Night November 3
Aat the
Michigan League.
Dancing As Usual
Saturday ight..
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