SUNDA, NOVEMBER 24, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE SPORTING LADY
By THREE BLIND MICE
Typical Of Styles Seen At Yesterday's Game
Dance Band Of
To Play Here,
The Alumni Physical Education club met yesterday noon at a luncheon
in the W. A. A. building . . . Miss Marie Hartwig, president, took charge
of the meeting . . . The decorations were appropriate . . . Loving cups with
yellow chrysanthemums in them, maize and blue candles, and blue ribbon
connecting the candle holders and the loving cups . . . There were thirty-five
members at the meeting, including the Phys. Ed. staff . . Several alumni
came up from Detroit . . . Among these were Josephine Fisher, '33, Doris
Litzenberger, '33, Florence Shaw, '35, Alice Goodenow, '34, Margaret Seeley,
'31, Alice Lynch, '31, Helen Hammond, '31, Mrs. Patricia Doster Stalker,
27, Gertrude Morris, '34, Katharine Rentschler '33, Mrs. Jerry Lawson Booze,
'33, Mrs. Jean Berridge Baker, and Helen Beaumont, '28 . . . Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick was a guest at the meeting . . . Three of the Phys. Ed. seniors
served at the luncheon and took part in the meeting . . . These were Ger-
trude Penhale, president of the Undergraduate Club, Helen Stram, and Bessie
Curtis . . . A business meeting was held and a scholarship to be sponsored
by both the Alumni and Undergraduate clubs was discussed. . . Following the
discussion some pictures of the Bennington School of Dance were shown.
Exit Fall Sports ...
Another W.A.A. meeting has come and gone . . . The meeting was called
to order and the minutes were read per usual . . . The W.A.A. Board of
University High School was there to confer . . . They were interested in dis-
covering'how the board functioned . . . And they asked lots of questions .. .
First thing they decided upon was that a luncheon would be held
Monday, Nov. 25, at the Lantern Shop for all first season fall sports managers
... And the next discussion was about food, too , . . Louise Lockman, '37
hockey manager, rose to tell about the hockey spread that is to be held
Tuesday . . . All those winning awards in fall sports are invited . . . It
sounded very fine . . . If any of you aren't sure about whether or not you
won an awar, you'd better check up in a hurry . . Can't afford to miss
things, you know . . . Betty Robertson, the new rifle manager, and Lois
Spreen, former hockey captain and present ping pong and baseball manager
were introduced to the board . . After their bows were completed, plans for
. the new W.A.A. bulletin board were discussed . . . There was the problem
of the size, of the board to be settled . . . And a final decision was reached
Beaver board to be eight feet high and six feet wide . . And the
puzzling question of League points has been pretty much decided . . . One
point will be given for being on a class team or participating twelve times
in one sport or four times in three different sports . . . And the plan to sell
food at basketball games by the W.A.A. to raise money and improve the
financial condition was approved ... . Betty Greve and a picked committee
will arrange the affair . . . After the adjournment, tea was held in honor
of the University High W.A.A. board .
Here's news for all you badminton fans . . . The badminton courts are
going to be open for practice beginning Monday . . . You can play from
4:15 to 5:30 p.m. . . . The women's tournament-will begin Dec. 4 . . . And
best of all, there will be mixed badminton from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. every day in
both Barbour and Waterman gyms . . . And for any of you who must play
more often than that, try the Ann Arbor Badminton club which meets at
Lane Hall or the Student's Club .. .
The volleyball tournament is slowly coming to an end . . All readers
stand by . . . We are announcing the winners of the "A" tournament . . .
These are Betty Wills, Margaret Souter, Betty Todd, Mary Delney, Barbara
Johnson, and Elizabeth McIntyre . . . These are the Martha Cookites who
composed their winning team . . . They attained their present high rank
by a big victory over A.O.Pi. . . . This team was made of the Baxter sisters,
Charlotte and Mary Alice, Charlotte Mitchell, Della Glass, Laura Jane Zim-
merman. Esther Sethany, and Jane Roope . . . Now they play the winner
of the Jordan-Alpha Rhi game . . Then the tournament will be over
'Top Hat' Technique...
For the benefit of those whose interests lie along Ginger Rogers-Fred1
Astaire lines, there are rumors that Miss Peasely is starting a mixed tapI
dancing class . . . . It sounds like a very god idea .. .
Bowling seems to be becoming more and more popular on campus .. .
Dr. Bell was telling about a game that is going to be played between men
and women of the faculty in the future and we hear that "Tink" Johnston
won last week's prize with a'score of 188 . .. We hear that Thelma Peterson,
manager, is planning two bowling tournaments . . . Watch "The Sporting
Lady" for announcements . . .
The W.A.A. hockey team played an enthusiastic University High Schoolt
team last Wednesday . . and got beaten 1-0 . . . The High School group
worked up to this game through a preliminary game with the University
Freshman hockey team. which was overshadowed at the time by the regular
game with Michigan State . . . We can hope for some potential University
hockey experts from the High School team . . .
Will Provide Music
To Meet Tuesday
The Michigan Dames' Homemak-
ing Group will meet at 8 p.m., Tues-
day, Nov. 26, at the home of Mrs.
C. D. Beukema, 1927 Dexter Avenue.
Miss Clara Youngs, head of the home
economics department in the Ann
Arbor High School, will speak on
"Budgets for Wise Spending."
Following the address, Mrs. J. W.
Sheedy will review an article on how
to buy wisely.
Refreshments, in charge of Mrs.
G. H. Vogel, will be served later.
Memberswith cars and those in need
of transportation are asked by the
chairman to meet in the League lobby
at 7:50 p.m. and wives of all internes
and faculty members of the Univer-
sity are cordially invited by the group
at Young's Chinese
An ideal combination for practicality and style is this plaid coat
with its warm raccoon collar. Coats of this type, light enough to be
comfortable and yet heavy enough to be warm, were among the most
popular seen at yesterday's game. They will also prove most satis-
factory for the coming basketball and ice hockey games. Notice the
full sleeves, convenient pocket, and skirt, suitable for walking and
climbing the bleachers.
Detroit Girl At
Rev. Frank Fitt Officiates;
Couple To Make Home
In Ann Arbor
Miss Eileen Bowman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bowman, Detroit,
was married to Richard Degener, '34,
last night at 8:30 at the home of her
parents, 19565 Afton Rd., Detroit.
The bride, who was given away by
her father, was accompanied by the
matron of honor, Mrs. Gordon Dege-
ner, Detroit, and a bridesmaid, Miss
Mary Farley, Detroit. Mr. Gordon
Degener, Detroit, brother of the
bridegroom, attended as best man.
Mr. Jack Ticknor, Battle Creek, was
usher. The Rev. Frank Fitt of the
Grosse Point Memorial Church per-
formed the ceremony.
The bride's gown was of white sat-
in cut on formal lines, with a long-
sleeved jacket which tied at the waist
in front and formed a long train in
the back. The bride's veil was of
white tulle, caught at the crown with
a circlet of small white flowers and
a white satin bow. She carried a
bouquet of white gardenias and or-
Mrs. Degener's attendents wore
identical gowns of geranium moire
with fitted full skirts, elbow length
puffed sleeves, and necklines high in
front with a low, square decolletage.
rheir flowers consisted of violet tiaras
ind bouquets of gardenias and or-
Mrs. R. J. Bowman, the bride's
mother, was dressed in violet uncut
velvet, trimmed with pearl clips at
the high neckline. Her flowers were
purple orchids. Mrs. August Dege-
Prof. Lowell Carr
To Address Club
Prof. Lowell Carr will lead the
panel discussion on methods of re-
ducing delinquency which is to be
held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ann
Arbor Women's Club, Miss Edith
Slack, chairman of the division of
problems of delinquency of the de-
partment of social welfare, an-
Other members of the panel in-
clude: Judge J. D. Pray, Mr. Marshall
Levi, Mrs. Eula Avery, Mrs. Charles
Eaton, Mr. Otto Haisley, Mr. Martin
Moll, Mr. George Alder, Mr. Mac-
Peet, Mrs. Broebertt, and Mr. Charles
ner, mother of the bridegroom chose
a royal blue crepe gown and her cor-
sage was of purple orchids.
A small group of friends were
guests at a reception after the cere-
mony, after which the bridal couple
left for Chicago for a few days. They
will be at home at 816 Hill St., Ann
Arbor, after Dec. 1.
Mrs. Richard Degener attended
Ohio State University where she was
affiliated with Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Mr. Degener, who graduated from
Michigan in '34, is a member of the
Chi Psi fraternity.
American Restaurant in New York,
and broadcasting over the CBS net-
work, has been secured for the En-I
ginecring Ball, it was announced yes-
terday by Francis Wallace, '36E, gen-
The Engineering Ball will be held
Dec. 6 at the Union, and the sale of
wickets, priced at $1.50, will be limited
.o students of the College of Engi-
neering until Dec. 1, Wallace stated.
Any tickets left at that date, he re-
ported, will be available for general
The committee in charge of the
ball was able to obtain Teddy Brew-
er's orchestra only under special ar-
rangements, made possible due to the
fact that the orchestra had the night
of December 6 open, Wallace stated,
and through these arrangements the
committee has not been forced to
raise the price of the tickets, as was
The number of tickets will be lim-
ited to 175, and may be obtained from
the following members of the Ball
committee: Charles Marschner, '36E,
Laurence Lentz, '35E, Robert Auburn,
'36E, Kenneth Mosier, '36E, Robert
Warner, '36E, John Ingold, '37E, Rob-
ert Taylor, '36E, Robert Merrill, '36E,
H. Warren Underwood, '36E, William
Orr, '36E, Charles Frick, '36E, Lyle
Reading, '36E, and Wallace.
Each of the Engineering School
classes and student societies will con-
tribute to the decorations for the
dance, Wallace announced, and pro-
grams will be available. The dance
will last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and
there will be no grand march.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Reading,
Ann Arbor, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Betty, to Arthur H.
Mosier, son of Mrs. Henrietta K. Mo-
sier, Ann Arbor. The wedding is to
take place Jan. 1.
Both Miss Reading and Mr. Mosier
attended the University. Mr. Mosier,
who was graduated in '34, was captain
of the Varsity wrestling team.
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