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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1935
Footall Game, Sorority

THE MLCHJ GAN DAILY PACE FM

Pledging

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Week-End

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By STEPHANIE
With Michigan winning the football game . . . and sorority pledge lists
coming out. . . Saturday proved to be a very exciting day. Everybody went
to the game with high hopes . .. that good old Michigan spirit is definitely
coming back to normal . . . and after the game the sorority houses were
filled with anxious alums and actives awaiting the good news.
Grove Cannon and Nancy Olds and Tommy Anketell and his wife Bar-
bara were among those who lunched at the Zete house before the game. In
the mob ... all trying to get to their seats before the kick off .. . we caught a
glimpse of Helen Shapland . . . Ruth Boomhower . .. Barb Bates . . . Bill
Weeks ... Bud Haynes .. and Harriet Heath. There was a great variety
of outfits chosen for the game . . . and nine out of ten people failed to get
together with the weather man, because it wasn't long before most of the
spectators decided to shed their coats.
After the game a number of people treked up to the Chi Psi house to
dance. We saw Jane Willoughby ... Marian Baxter ... Helen Zabel
and Harriet Hathaway all there. It seems as though the Delta Gams and the
Chi Psis are getting together pretty well this year ....
* * * * * *
Crowds Pack Union....
Saturday night the Union was packed .. . And the League was turning
people away by the score . .. my, what these football weekends do for this
town. At the Union . . . Jacqueline Kolle, Vassar transfer, was with Bob
Rogers. Jacqueline wore a black crepe dress with a red crepe vestee. Also
in black were Peg Strickler.. . Louise Paine ... and Ada Crawford, whose
dress was brightened by sequins at the neckline.
Amid the dim ever-changing lights in the ballroom we picked out Eliz-
abeth Rorke and Betty Spengler who were both in red. Ducky-Wucky
Baird was there . . . and Red Underwood and Ed Ruff were ambling about
looking pleased with the world. Peg Bartley was in town for the week-end
... and Louise Florez ... Margaret Lowry .... Betty Crist .. . and Jean
Bertram all chose blue for their Saturday night rendezvous
Now . . . at the League . . we saw ex-president Max Maynard looking
very smart in a green suit with a red fox fur. At a table filled with lawyers
we saw Betty Scherling and Harold Love.. . Helen Wilson and Frank Barn-
ako . . . 4melia Martin and A. D. Kennedy . . . and Don Anderson and
Cy Hetsko.
Dancing about under those silver globes that cast their little bits of
mirrored light about the floor and ceiling . .. have you ever watched people
gradually getting dizzy trying to chase those things round and round the
ballroom... . we saw Madeline Coe in black ... Marcia Connell ... Frances
Mary Robinson-. . . .and Jean Laitner.

* * *

* * .

Everyone Was There .. .
Everyone seemed to be there ... and yet it was really hard trying to
talk to anyone who was there. Tables were in every possible corner and all
packed ... people were milling about in an effort to dance .. . but all in
all a great time seemed to be had by all . . . and what an effort it was for
all those sorority members to keep from talking to all their new pledges.
The A.T.O.'s had a table at the League . . . and among those who were
huddled about it were Jeane Gibbs with Bill Fleming .. . Mary Jane Sul-
livan with Bill Slattery . . . Jane Mougey with Dick Wangelin . . . and Ella
Wade with Don Wangelin.
Friday night at the Union we saw Jean Nelson in black crepe ... Jean
Greenwald . . . Priscilla Abbott, whose sister Marie conducted a University
tour through Italy this summer . . . Eleanor Guessner, who appeared in
Sophisticated Lady in the last issue of Gargoyle . . . she wore a light blue
taffeta with a stand up collar ... Jane Fletcher ... Mary Stanley ... who
wore deep red velvet . . . and Betty Kay Jones looking very grand with her
blond hair contrasted with her black dress.
Carol Feldes and Ralph Lamberson were seen looking about for a place
to sit between dances. Marlene Fingerle was there with Bob Claflin . .
who sang during the floor show. Marlene was in a plum colored semi-
formal. Florence Schenck was there with Joe Sahlmark. Among the new
students that were there .. . we saw Betty Hunter in green ... Phylis Bower,
who seems to be enjoying the hours here after her 10 o'clock limit last year,
in a flowered print of navy and write . . . and Jean Waterston in a tailored
green crepe ....
* * * * * *
Tables For Two...
At the League John Healey and Betty Walsh were together .. . down-
stairs we had a chance to say hello to Judy Trosper . . . she was looking
very lovely in black ... and in the hallway Ann Gifford was sitting at a little
table for two.
While we were waiting to find our table we had a brief second to stop
and chat to a group of Pi Phis and Lawyers who had reserved quite a lengthy
table by the door ... in the party were Barbara Hanna ... Henry McDonald
... Virginia Benedict.. . Bill Murphy ... and Al Early We also got a glimpse
of Virginia Nimmo as she danced by us
Between dances Jennie Peterson and Jean Bell usually managed to get
together to discuss this and that ... Jennie was wearing a brown crepe dress
with a gold pattern running through it ... Jean was in green. Jane Hardy
was also there .... it certainly was a rather nerve wracking evening for the
active members of the various sorority houses . . . all one could do was to
look . . . pray . . . and smile at all the rushees who might be possible
pledges.
Stanford Gets Together.. .
Sitting at a table right near the orchestra we saw Ruth Ann Jernegan
and Russ Runquist . . . and Barbara Stewart and Doug Bryant . . . Doug
transferred here this fall from Stanford in California . .. and Barbara was
a transfer from there the year before.
Eleanor French ... who looks very much like her sister Louise . . . was
dancing with John Park ... Betty Bertoli was in black velvet ... Marian
Saunders was about . . . and we just couldn't help but notice Barbara Teall
as she passed our table between dances. She had on a wool dress that
matched her hair to perfection. . . you know . . . sort of a rusty auburn ...
hard to describe . . . yet very lovely.
Maryanna Chockley, who was in charge of upperclass transfers during
orientation period, was at the League . . . wearing a gold metallic blouse
over a black velvet skirt. Speaking of auburn hair . . . we also saw Maxine
Peterson there . . . and her hair is a grand shade . . . and also on the dance
floor ... we caught a glimpse of Don Patterson.
Chubbs was doing quite well by itself this week-end too . . . it proves
to be the stamping ground for a good many people night after night. Sunday
night used to be the big night there . . . and perhaps still is the biggest
night. .. . but Friday and Saturday are now almost equally popular ..
and have you noticed the big parties of people that are coming together ..
it is quite the thing now-a-days for all the brethren of a fraternity to
gather their clan and their dates about one huge table . . . and what a time
is had by all.
After The Game.. ..
Last Saturday among those who froliced there were Alice Stebbins and

Positions For
Cabaret Open
To Sophomores
Oct. 24 Date Applications
For Chairmanship To Be
Filed LeagueHead Says
All sophomore women desiring
committee chairmanships for the
Sophomore Cabaret may file appli-
cations Oct. 21, 22, 23, and 24 in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
Jean Seeley, president of the League,
announced late last night.
Thirteen majr positions are open
for application. They include: the
general chairman, assistant chair-
man, finance, hostess, entertainment,
music, dance, attendance, publicity,
ticket, decorations, costumes, and
food chairmanships.
Sophomore women desiring posi-
tions on the various committees may
mike application at the same time.
Each applicant is to be interviewed by
the Judiciary Council Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 24, 25. The hours for
interviews are to be announced at a
later date by Winifred Bell, head of
the Judiciary Council.
The tentative dates which have
been set for the Sephomore Cabaret
to be presented are Dec. 13 and 14,
Miss Seeley announced. Before pe-
titioning, it is essential that each
applicant is sure she is eligible.
After each applicant has been in-
terviewed, she will be considered by
the Judiciary Council who will
recommend one person for each posi-
tion to the Undergraduate Council.
They, in turn, will appoint one per-
son for each position.
First League
Tea To BeHeld
On October 25
Martha Steen, chairman of the
social committee of the League, has
named Alice Slinghoff, '38, as the
assistant chairman of the commit-
tee. Miss Slinghoff is to take charge
of the weekly Ruthven teas given
for the student body.
Jean Shaw, '36, has been selected
chairman of the committee in charge
of arranging exchange dinners be-
tween sororities and league houses,
while Lola Campbell will be in charge
of the monthly undergraduate teas.
Miss Steel also named Jane Kret-
schmer, '37, to be chairman of the
world fellowship committee. Rosan-
na Manchester, '36, and Virginia
Whitney, '36, will act as co-chairmen
of the committee on student-faculty
relationships.
The first League tea of the sea-
son will be given from 4 until 6 p.m.
F'riday, Oct. 25, Miss Steen an-
nounced. Mrs. Ruthven has named
Nov. 6 as the date for the first week-
ly tea to be held in the President's
residence.
The social committee is to assist
at the tea for foreign students to be
given Sunday, Oct. 20 at the home of
Dean and Mrs. J. A. Bursley.
Betty Rich Names
'35 Banquet Heads
Chairman of the Panhellenic Ban-
quet committees have been an-
nounced by Betty Rich, '36. head of
the annual banquet to be given for
all sorority women, Monday, Oct. 28
in the League Ballroom.
- Betty Anne Beebe, '37, will head
the ticket and finance committees;

Mary McIvor, '37, the decoration and
seating committees; and Charlotte
Hamilton, '37, the program and in-
vitations committees.
Each sorority house is to decorate
its own table for the banquet, Miss
Rich announced. At the conclusion
of the dinner a prize is to be awarded
to the best table which is to be judged
on the basis of beauty, originality,
and decorating scheme.
THETA XI
Theta Xi wishes to announce the
pledging of James Aldrich '38, and
Pete Fones '38.
PHI BETA PI
Mrs. M. S. Roberts, Kalamazoo, will
visit her husband at Phi Beta Pi
fraternity this week-end.

To Recreate Ibsen

Students Urged
To Purchase
Formal Tickets
Students planning to attend the
sixth Annual Union formal to be held
Friday night, Oct. 25, were urged to
purchase tickets early by John C.
McCarthy, recording secretary of the
Union. He stated yesterday that a
heavy advance sale was recorded.
Tickets may be bought either at
the Union desk or from executive
council men. Juniors of the council
sealing tickets are: Ruth Bowman,
William Struve, Ralph Helper, Her-
bert Wolfe, Richard Hershey, George
Malone, Robert Dailey, Loren Ka-
dette, and other members of the
Union student organization.
Danny Russo and his Orioles are
contracted to play for the Formal
which for the past few years has
ushered in the University formal so-
cial season. Russo is very well known
in thebMiddle West and has played
a number of major of vaudeville cir-
cults and appeared at many college
parties. Appearing with Russo will
be the noted Sally Sage, dancer and
night club entertainer.
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at a birthday dinner at 6:00 p.m. to-
night. The dormitory entertains in
this manner every month, but at this
dinner two groups will be honored.
The guests willbe seated at small
tables with yellow tapers and birth-
day cakes for decoration. Following
the dinner there will be group sing-
ing.

.

Madame Borgny Hammer, famous
Norwegian actress, who is starring
in a New York cast which is pre-
senting Ibsen's "When We Dead
Awaken," and a comedy by Peter
Egge, "Love and Friendship,"
which is being translated into Eng-
lish for the first time for this pre-
sentation will be here on Oct. 24
and 25 at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
New Chorous
TO old First
cMeting Today
Sta ley Singers Convene
In League Music Room
At 7:30_p.m.
The first meeting of the newly re-
organized Stanley Chorus will be held
at 7:15 p.m. today in the Music Room
of the Union, Ruth Rich, president of
the club, said. Achilles Taliafero is
to direct the chorus.
Miss Rich announced that more
than 60 upper class women have been
accepted into the group as a result
of the tryouts. Anyone who has not
tried out as yet may attend the meet-
ing tonight. Junior women expecting
to take part in the Junior Girls' Play
are advised by officials to join the
Stanley Chorus for preparation.
The first official program of the
group has been scheduled for Friday,
Oct. 25 at which timid they are to
appear at the Panhellenic Banquet.
The new members of the club are
as follows: Ruth Allderige, Janet Al-
lington ,Carol Barton, Betty Bing-
lington, Carol Barton, Betty Bing-
Elizabeth Bault, Nissley Brandt,
Frances Burgess, Kay Choate, Ruth
Clark, Marjorie Coe, Lucie Cope.
Marijane Denne, Geil Duffendack,
Vera Ede, Evelyn Ehrlickman, Carol
Fettes, Marline Fingerle, Louise
Florez, Dorothy Geldart, Jean Green-
wald, Jean Harrelson, Mary Ellen
Hutsch, Betty Hopkins, Janet Grost,
Ruth Ann Jernaken.
Virginia Hunt, Margaret Jacobs,
Mary Louise Johns, Mary C. John-
son, Harriet Kanouse, Rebecca Lat-
redge, Marion Lotz, Florence Mc-
Konkey, Adele McDonald, Elizabeth
Moore, Mary Morrison, Doris Wis
ner.
Margaret Roberton, Jane Ellen
Rogers, Helen Shapland, Mildred
Shapley, Lillian Shriber, Virginia
Swift, Martha Thompson, Rita Well-
man, Betty Whitney, Sue Willard,
and Eleanor Young.
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