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What a weekend . .
here in great numbers .
you can't blame them.
. We may have lest the game but it was a spirited
Of course . . . our friends from Ohio State were
. . and all in the best of mood. But then perhaps
A lot of students and faithful alumni came into town on Friday from
Columbus and every place else that you can think of,. . . and the town
was nearly over-run. The poor unfortunates who have classes on Saturday
claim that they felt very strange as they walked across campus with
books under their arms .. . because it seems that out-of-town guests stared
at them strangely as though wondering why on that day of all days people
would think of their academic pursuits!
The Army invaded the Union ballroom after the Scabbard and Blade
banquet Friday night . . . Charles Framburg and Doris Vater headed the
parade upstairs followed closely by Philip Buckminster and Mary Jane Moran
all anxious to start the dancing . . . Two of the old members .
Paul Philips and Bob McKinven had new initiate, Ralph Price, "on the spot"
..but he looked capable of "taking it." Their dates . . . Edith Merickel.
Ione Hunt and Gerry Haas . . . seemed to enjoy the performance. We
noticed Paul Minnear and Mary Loughborough sipping cokes in the tap
room later on with Paul Coursey and Eddy Scrivenger. All in all . . .
the army had quite a time . . .
Seen At The Union...
There were loads of other people there Friday . . . We noticed Beth
Turnbull dancing by with George Wheeler . . . and Virginia Krieghoff in
black velvet was with Bishop Kuhn . . . Peggy Duggan and Bud Marcero
were strolling up and down the corridor between dances . . . Peg looking
very stunning as usual. Mabel Allison . . . in green and silver lame . . . with
Bob Jaedeke seemed very much interested in the carved table tops down in
the Union Tap Room.
The Alpha Phis had their dance Friday night and we hear that an Alpha
Phi-Alpha Delt coalition dinner preceded the dance. Some of the people at
the dance were Tommy Patterson . . . who wore printed silk . . . was there
with Homer Lathrop . ... Eleanor Colbert in white satin was there with
Jack Cawley . . . and Janet Pike in brown lace was with Don Smith . . .
Polly Powers invited Dave Barnett . . . and George Cosper was the guest of
Jean Keinath . . . Jean wore marroon colored satin. Mary Agnew . . . who
was with Bob Sankey. . . wore a dark green formal. From all reports it was
quite a successful party.
The League Was Packed ...
At the League Friday night there was a number of large parties together.
The Theta Chis had a long table that ran the whole length of the alcove
at the far end of the ballroom. When we asked them the occasion for such
a celebration they said it was their "L. W. Greiner Victory Bust" . .. we don't
know just what they mean by that . . . but it seems to have something to do
with handball. On the party were . . . Edna Neikirk and Lew Greiner . . .
Cargl Rockwell and Clark Cottrell . . . Nancy Kinnear and Robert Aikens
Virginia Spooner and Jack Porter . . . Mabel Louise Howard and R.
Hartley Benton . . . Mary Wickes and Bob Vander Pyl . . . Betty Brinkman
and Stan Baltz . . . Bette Conant and Art Roberts . . . Nancy Kover and
Lester Scott . . . Charlotte Houk and Russ Coward .
The Pi Phis also had a large table there and among those there were
M. E. Moore and Floyd Gustafson . . . Barb Hanna and "Duck" Norman
Ruth Ann Jernegan and Russ Runquist . . . Sue Johnson and Ed
Boserdet . . . Beth Ranney and Dick Coons ... Tupe Snyder and Don
Pomeroy . . . and Bill Mason and Bud Dewitt were also on the party.
And did the Chi Psis let Michigan's defeat Saturday get them down?
Well, we guess not . . . Instead they held a tea dance right after
the game . . . Bill Oliver chose for his partner Lola Campbell . . . who
wore a black velveteen dress . . . Ann Gifford was with Bob Campbell, Lola's
brother . .. Micky Kessberger was seen in a metallic lace blouse .
and Louise and Dewitt Snyder were there. We just couldn't help but notice
that Peg Cowie and Mary Bursley were there too. A few of the "Alums"
who came back to Ann Arbor for the game certainly added to the merriment
. . At least, isn't that the usual reaction one gets from a song and dance?
.. .And that's not all . . . after dancing until nine o'clock, dinner was
served, after which the whole party migrated to Chubbs . . .
The Phi Gams Entertained...
The Phi Gams also entertained Saturday with a buffet supper and an
informal dance . ..the large number of Ohio State people who were there
only added to the all 'round good spirit which prevailed. . . Betty Rich .. .
in a black skirt and gray satin blouse combination . . . was the guest of
Frank Rennall . .. And Tom Breen's partner was Dorothy Welsh .. .
Dorothy wore a green wool dress with a row of small buttons down the front
of her dress. . . Jane Reynolds was seen in a royal blue skirt with a metallic
blouse slit in the back . . . Betty Randolph wore a metallic dress . . . Mr
and Mrs. Fred Densmore were also there . . . Mrs. Densmore wore a black
crepe gown with sheer net sleeves.
The dinner-dance given by the medical fraternity . . . Theta Kappa Psi
is also worthy of mention. Among the guests were . . . Maureen Kav-
anaugh . . . in a black velvet formal with a white fur collar . . . who was
the guest of Joe McCann. President Charles Marsdon had as his guest
Dorothy Geldhart who was wearing black . . . Mary Beth Tarbell looked
stunning in a black satin formal with light green trimmings. She was the
guest of Bill Frostic. Edith Zerbe . . . who had on a plum colored formal
. . was with Bud Doerr.
The Football Team A t CIubbs ...
Chubbs' was quite THE place Saturday night. . . despite the afternoon's
score the football team won all the honors down there that night ... It
was their first evening off training in fifteen weeks and they made the
most of it. At Johnnie Smithers' table they were very democratic and
toasted Ohio State as well as dear old Michigan . . . Johnnie and Bud Han-
shue seemed very pleased with their first cigarettes in such a long time ...
A little later we heard a cheer break forth from the Deke table as Chris
Everhardus and Steve Remias came in. . . They seemed to be rather glad to
have the strain of football over for another year.
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President Nash Of Toledo'
Will Be Guest Speaker At
Plans have been completed for the
International Dinner to be held at
6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Michigan
Union, according to Prof. J. Raleigh}
Nelson, counselor to foreign students
and chairman of the dinner.
All available seats have been en-,
a epd. and this e ri's ia will bP
By RUTH SAUER
Petite vung-Yuin Ting from
Shanghai carries the atmosphere of
the Orient about with her. Dressed
in a dark blue kimono gown, she re-
ceived her many visitors at the
Martha Cook Open House Sunday.
Her room was very tastefully dec-
orated with lovely things from China.
A long painting hung on the wall -
a picture of peaches, the symbol of
life. A brocaded scarf covered the
dresser, and two gold and blue cush-
ions lay on the bed. A large, beau-
tifully-bound book was open on at
table, and colored pictures of Chinese 1
Theatre: Whitney, "Two Sinners"
painstakingly, on the finest cream with Otto Kruger and "Hell's An-
colored satin, they showed a dainti- gels" with Jean Harlow; Wuerth,
ness of handiwork seldom seen in "The Dark Angel" with Merle Oberon
this country. and "Don't Bet On Blondes" with
One of them was covered with Guy Kibbee; Majestic, "The Man
beautiful rose-colored lotus flowers; Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo"
perhaps you saw it at the Union with Ronald Colman and Jean Ben-
Formal, charmingly setting off Miss nett, "In Old Kentucky" with Will
Ting's blue-black hair. Miss Ting Rogers.
smiled at the praise it received. Per- Art Cinema League: "La Mater-
haps she knew how impossible it is nelle" with Madeleine Renaud; 8:15
for an American girl to rival such a p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
piece of handiwork. Lecture: Harry L. Hopkins, "Prob-
Miss Ting, a Barbour Scholar, is a lems of Government," third lecture
graduate of Brenau College. After of the Oratorical Association series,
she has received her degree she will 8:15 p.m., Hill Auditorium.
return to Shanghai to be either a Dancing: Hut Cellar
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the largest of its kind since the scenes smiled from its pages.
custom was begun by the University. Gift From Friends
President Philip C. Nash of the "My friends gave it to me when I
University of Toledo will be guest Deft Shanghai," she said. "It is the
-Associated Press Photo.
Hester Deane, who has appeared
in many automobile advertisements
and who now is one of the "glori-
fied American girls" in Hollywood,
eloped toYursa, Arizona,hwith
'James F. Lewis, New York heir to
spark plug millions. Their pre-
vicus marriage recently was an-
speaker. Professor Nelson will wel-
come the foreign students, and Ka-
tayun Cama, Grad., will return the
greeting. The Glee Club will also
entertain with several selections.
According to usual custom, the In-
ternational Directory will make its
first appearance at the dinner. The
new edition appears each year at this
The International Dinner is an
event sponsored by the University to
acquaint foreign students with some
idea of the American spirit of Thanks-
giving. The administrative officers of
the University and their wives act as
hosts and hostesses for the dinner.
MemberC Of Club
Hold Splash Party
Members of the Outdoor Club, for
University men and women, attended
a splash party at the Intramural
Building from 7to 10 p.m. Saturday
on the invitation of Elmer' Mitchell,.
director of intramural athletics.
According to Robert Benz, '36,
president of the club, plans are now
being made for a party at Sylvan Es-
tates Country Club, Dec. 7. The
cabinet, which is in charge of the
affair, has tentatively planned that
the members will be transported to
the club early in the afternoon for
games, which will be followed by din-
ner and a dance in the evening. De-
tails will be announced later.
LA MATERNELLE USHERS j
Any women, especially members of
the House Reception Committee,
wishing to usher at the Art Cinem a
League production of La Maternellet
on Nov. 26, 27 and 28, are asked to
communicate with Julie Kane, '36.
only way I can show my American
friends what China is like."
A picture that she especially fa-
vored showed a large marble boat
that looked like a palace. Her eyes
twinkled when she explained its his.
"The empress-dowager appropriat-
ed a large sum of money for a navy,"
she said. "Then she used it to build
this marble boat. China might have
had a domineering navy,nbut instead
she has only this monument. It is
beautiful, but it is of no use."
Miss Ting laughed. It is amusing,
the whims of these empress-dowagers.
However, China seems to love her
Empress-dowagers in spite of the
sums they spend on marble boats.
At this moment several girls en-
tered, begging her to show them her
formal dresses. Smiling and oblig-
ing, she brought them out, holding
them fondly with her tiny hands,
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