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,DAY, NOVEMBEU1R 9, 1935



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Hold Scholarships


The Outdoor Sports Class .with Miss Pete Hartwig as adviser have
chosen to spend the week-end out of town. . .. The class and "Pete" and
Kate Landrum, member of the W.A.A. board . .. They are all going .. .
It is a really special occasion . . Quite elaborate plans have been made
for a great deal of fun . . . They will leave this delightful environment
at 2:30 p.m. today . . . And will return at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow . . .Try and
guess where they are spending the night . .. At no other place than White
Lodge Golf and Country Club . . . That is about 35 miles from Detroit . - .
Just a nice jaunt from here . . . Perhaps we can tell you even more about
it after they've been and returned . . We'll try bribing someone . . . Then
we can all hear about the good times . .
The volley-ball tournament is progressing rapidly . .. It's really pretty
intricate . . . It seems that the winners of the first game go into the A
tournament, the losers into the B . . . then straight elimination . . . and it
finally ends with the winner of A playing the winner of B ... So far the
games have been quite thrilling . . . Pete Hartwig's description of the
Gamma Phi Beta-Sorosis game, which incidentally ended 33-14 in favor
of Gamma Phi, as "the most exciting so far this season" is evidence of
that . . . Now the game between Gamma Phi and Martha Cook determines
who plays in the finals of the A tournament with A.O.Pi . . . and Jordan
seems to have done the most progressing in the B tournament.... .
And The Sun Shone Down ...
Thursday, under a bright sun which tried to persuade us that it was a
warm day, the W.A.A. hockey team played the Ann Arbor Hockey Club .. .
Miss Hilda Burr, who changed her allegiance from the W.A.A. as coach to
the Ann Arbor team as player and Miss Laura Brilliantine, wore the Phys. Ed.
navy sweaters and slacks . . . Miss Pete Hartwig, Miss Betty Noyes, and
Miss Jeanette Saurborn captain of the Ann Arbor team, all wore navy
jumpers with bright blue shirts . . . Deborah Leonard, '38Ed., and Jean
Gourlay, '37, of the W.A.A. team appeared in bright red wool hats pulled
down over their ears to make the rest of the bare-headed players jealous ...
Gertrude Penhale, '36, and Louise Paine, '36, took their places on the
sidelines as referees and the game began with the comment from Jean Gour-
lay that she would just love some lemonade or an ice cream cone . . . The
ball made it way rapidly toward the ann Arbor goal but Miss Hartwig
rescued it just in time and With a few long leaps had it down at the other
end of the field . . . Carolyn Salisbury brought the ball against dangerously
near the Ann Arbor goal, but this time Miss Saurborn saved the day . . .
Under an unusually hard drive the ball went past the end of the field and
seemed aimed directly at the windows of a car full of spectators . . . The
people shifted uneasily, and the ball rolled harmlessly by . . . Another drive
sent the ball whizzing straight for the An Arbor goal, but Miss Burr's
adept blocking stopped its flight abruptly . . . The whistle blew and the ques-
tion arose as to whether to have 15 or 20 minute halves.. . Someone popped
up with, "Make them a half an hour, we don't care." Who said the women
can't take it? . . . The game went on for five minutes longer and Lois
Spreen, '37, seemed determined to make a goal before the end of the
half ... but the Ann Arbor team made it instead. . . Making the score 1-0 in
favor of the Ann Arbor Hockey Club.
Always A Mascot.. .
During the time out, red-nosed little Danny Striedieck, son of Mrs. Helen
Striedieck of the Ann Arbor team, wrestled with a hockey stick which was
twice as big as he was and expressed his approval of the game . . . Pete
Hartwig and Mrs. Striedieck had a heated argument as to which had made
the goal, each wanting to give the other the credit .
The game began again with renewed vigor on the part of both teams
and the W.A.A. soon had the ball down in Miss Burr's territory again . . .
When they were all lined up for a long corner in front of the goal, exclama-
tions of "Dr. Bell, we need you!" arose from the Ann Arbor team . .. Dr.
Bell didn't seem inclined to help at the moment and Lois Spreen made the
goal that she had been trying for . . . With the danger of another W.A.A.
goal before her, Miss Burr ran out on the field to meet the ball and sent it
flying so far that it rolled down the hill at the edge of the field and into the
road . . . No wonder her team kept up the fight with her behind them
yelling, "Well done," at every good play ... The end of the game drew near,
and in the midst of a dramatic penalty corner with one of the players
commenting, "Isn't the moon pretty," the final whistle blew leaving both
teams with a score of one.
Another Big Meeting And Plans ...
And we must tell you all, or at least a good share, of the doings of the
W.A.A. board that met Wednesday . .. As usual, there was a late arrival
... This time it was Mary Montgomery . . . She made a cheery appearance
coming in out of the cool breezes . . . An orange jersey scarf over a cream
sweater with a brown skirt . . . That was her garb . . . She arrived in the
midst of the reading of the minutes of the last meeting . . . As Secretary,
Betty Howard was responsible for these . . . They were approved after the
reading in true parliamentary fashion .. .
Plans for another get-together were discussed . . But secrets must
be kept . . . Maybe by next week, the mice will tell more about what they
heard . . . Oh, this is something that lots of people have been waiting to
hear about . . . The final report of the committee considering candidates
for position of combined baseball and ping pong manager was made . . . The
candidates were duly reported, and Lois Spreen was unanimously elected .-
and that is very fine..-.


Fall Informals
Will Be Given
By Dormitories
Residents Will Entertain
Guests At First Dance Of
Season Tonight
Mosher and Jordan dormitories will
hold their first informal dances of
the year tonight in the drawing rooms
of their respective halls.
The arrangements in Jordan Hall
are in charge of Rosemary Neuhaus,
"37, social chairman of the dormitory.
Assisting her are Beth Turnbull, '37,
Dorothy Wallace, '36, Betty Strick-
root, '38 and Lucille Johnston, '36.
Al Cowan's orchestra has been se-
cured for the affair. Betty Seitner,
'39, will give a novelty toe-dance.
Decorate Rooms
The rooms will be decorated with
colored lights with bright fall flow-
ers and foliage. Miss Isabel Dudley,
Miss Ruth Barrett, Mrs. Herbert
Poppelton, Miss Kathleen Hamm and
Miss Maxine Boone will act as chap-
Mary Andrew, '37, chairman of
dance committee, has charge of the
dance in Mosher Hall. Her commit-
tee includes Margaret Ferris, '37,1
Hope Best, '37, Kathryn Ransom, '37
and Mary Jane Atlee, '38. George
Wheeler's Blue Collegians will play
for the dance.
Blue lights with a novel harvest
moon scene at the end of the drawing
room have been chosen for decora-
tions. The chaperones are Mrs.
Martha Ray, Miss Kathleen Hamm,
Miss Kathleen Carpenter and Miss
Maxine Boone.
First Dance
Betsy Barbour house will hold its
first dance of the year at 9 p.m. to-
night. Margot Goodrich, '37, social
chairman, will be in charge of the af-
fair, and Frances Everard, '38, of ar-
iangements. Hostesses of the recep-
tion will be Barbara Horton and Ade-
laide Calloway. The guests are to
be Mrs. Harry Bacher, Mrs. H. H.
Seeley, Mrs. H. W. King, Mr. and Mrs.
R' R Horner and Miss Marie Hartwig.
Miss Ann Vardon, director of the
dormitory, and Miss Louise Dikelman,
dietician, will, be there. Wally Gail's
orchestra will furnish the music.
Delta Delta Delta held a dean's
dinner Thursday night in the chapter
house. The guests were: Miss Alice
C. Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher, Miss Ethel A. McCor-
mick, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. Helene
E. Schutz, Miss Isabel W. Dudley and
Mrs. Martha L. Ray.
The arrangements were in charge
of Louise Florez, '36, and Katherine
Marie Hall, '36.

Despite the drawing a.*raction of I
the Illinois game this week-enc, some
fraternities, and sororities on campus
are holding teas and entertaining
house guests.I
Members of Acacaia fraternity who
are planning on attending the Illinois
game are James R. Lientz, '36E,
Frederick Luebke, '39E, and Paul
Manning, Grad.
Alpha Delta Phi
The following members of Alpha"
Delta Phi have left for Champaign to
attend the game: Dick Coombs, '37;
Gene Smith, '36; Jack Uhl, '37; Wil-
liam Cutting, '36; George Wanty,
'36; Fred Norton, '36; Sanford Ladd,
'37; Homer Lathrop, '37; Bob Burns,
'39; Montgomery Welch, '39; Wil-
liam Jack, '37; Dudley Holmes, '36;
and James Talcott, '36. Howard
Holmes, '36 and Edward Standard,
'37, are spending the week-end in
New York City.
Alpha Delta Pi
The pledges of Alpha Delta Pi sor-
ority entertained members of the
Mothers' Club at tea from 4 to 6
p.m. yesterday. Miss Jeannette Jonk-
man, housemother, poured at a tea
table artistically decorated with fall
flowers. Doris Roper, '37, social
chairman of the pledge class, was in
charge of arrangements.
Delta Deita Delta
Miss Marian Stowe, professor of
speech at Michigan State Normal
College, and a province deputy of
Delta Delta Delta sorority, is spend-
ing Saturday and Sunday as the guest
of the local chapter.
Members of the sorority who are
going to the football game today are
Mae Herndon, '37; Betty Jane Flans-
burg, '37, Katherine Marie Hall, '36,
and Pauline Kalb, 38.
Delta Alpha Epsilon
From the Delta Alpha Epsilon
house the following will go to the
Illinois game this week-end: Jules
Haltenburgher, '35E; Robert Rogo,
'36E; and Gerald Stewart, '36E.
Delta Sigtma Delta
Delta Sigma Delta, dental frater-
nity, will hold a formal initiation
Sunday morning for Charles Curdy,
'37D, Greenville; Edward Benjamin,
'37D, Grand Rapids; Alvin Ruttle,
'38D, Carsonville; and Thomas Gil-
son, '37D, Lake Odessa. Dr. Paul
Jeserick and Dr. U. G. Rickert, both
of the dental school, wil lspeak.
Kappa Delta
Kappa Deltapentertained at a,
pledge tea recently with Jane Fitz-
gerald, '37, in general charge. Bar-

bara OQte, '37, poured, and piano
selections were played by Eudora!
Frazee, '36.
Helen Stram, '36Ed.. left Friday for
Champaign, Ill., where she will at-
tend the Illinois-Michigan game.
Phi Beta Delta
Members of Phi Beta Delta frater-
nity attending the Illinois game are
Arthur Cohen, '38, Wilbur Alderman,
'? ""hert Nirenberg, '38 and Haskel
Cohodes, -'39.
Pni Sigma Sigma
Sylvia Zeidman, '36, president of
Phi Sigma Sigma, and Nora Lisshultz,
'38, both of whom formerly attended
University of Illinois, left Thursday

Many Will See Illinois Game;
Others Pass Merry Week-End


HALLER'S Jewelry
state at Liberty



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for Champaign, Ill., where they will
atten dthe Illinois-Michigan game
George Casper, '37, Robert Grey-
ber, '37 and Floyd Gustafson, '37,
left for Champaign for the Illinois
Sigma Nu
The following people are going to
the Illinois game: Charles Frick, '36,
Larry David, '36, Fred Delano, '37,
William Carleton Bates, '37 and
Schofield Wallace, Grad.

I :
AumnRae Group
Fetes Winners
Of Scholarships
Two Graduate Students,
Three Undergraduates,
Are Honored Today
The Alumnae Council fellowship,
students will be entertained at 2:30'
p.m. today when the University of
Michigan Alumnae Group holds a
reception in their honor in the Ethel
Fountain Hussey Room of the League.
The women recommended for fel-
lowships by the Alumnae Council are
selected for outstanding scholarship,
general ability and interest in college
work. Graduate students as well as
undergraduates may be included in
the list of candidates.
This year the two senior gift scho-
larships are held by Dorothy Gies,
'36, an Ann Arbor student, who was
awarded the Judith Ginsberg Colton
Scholarship; and Carla Gilmore, '36,
Grand Rapids, who holds the Sey-
mour Beach Conger scholarship.
There are two graduate women in
the list this year. Barbara Clarke,
Northampton, Mass., originally grad-
uated from Radcliffe College, later
acquired a master's degree from
Smith. She is working here for her
Ph.D. degree in English and has the
Lucy Elliott Fellowship. Frances But-
ler, Saginaw, is an Ida Lewis Mal-
froid Fellowship student who is doing
graduate work in business adminis-
tration. The G. Carl Huber Fellow-
ship is held by Anne Kowaliszyn, '38.
Since its founding five years ago,
the Ann Arbor group of the Michigan
Alumnae club has been an important
factor in the collecting of funds for
these fellowships.

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