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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFE

The Primrose 'Tath
I guess our little promise of a victory this week fell through once more ...
yet the Stadium was the popular place Saturday afternoon . . . raincoats'
reigned supreme in the fashion parade up the hill to the huge bowl . . . we
saw Tink Johnson and Mary Elliot with a group of Kappas waiting at the
top of Section 21 for the crowd to thin out . . . Eleanor Anibal was with
them ... she looked stunning in a bright red coat with a lynx collar ... she
had added interest in the game since Stark Ritchie was playing . . . among
the others on their way to the Stadium were Gretchen Lehmann in a gray.
tuxedo suit trimmed with caracul ... Dorothy Oostdyk and Sitty Kean and
Louis Nack ...
'Rainy Weather'...
The crowd showed unusual excitement at the game . . . couldn't help mar-
veling at the lusty cheers that echoed from the opposite side of the stadium
... they got so good that the cheer leaders had to cross the field and give
them a little cooperation as they cheered for Michigan . . . after the half
came the rain . .. and up the steps came Sue and George Lawton .. .
Remember Sue Thomas . . . they were just married last week . . Jean
Finlayson and Ray Brett also decided the rain was a little too much and
they started home .. .
Now we take you back a few hours to Friday night . . . the League was
gay as usual and candles lighted all the tables . . . one table was especially
well lighted for it was Jane Mougey's birthday and her date, Jim Hollinshead
had, provided a cake for the occasion . . . Jane very gaily blew out the
candles later and we hope she got her wish . . . Seated at a long table
next to the floor were Peg Grant and Bob Bratton . .. Marjorie Warner and
Ed Ruff . . . Farley Ulrich and Bill Jetter . . . and Marian Ferguson and
Chuck White who were having refreshments during intermission ...
Glancing into the mirror at the League is a marvelous way of noticing
people without staring into their faces . . . In the reflection we saw Lois
King and Doug Bryant . . . Virginia Letts and Jimmy Bauchat . .. and
Marian Baxter and Chuck Coe dancing near the orchestra .. . Try next
week and see who you can see . . .
Then The Union . .
The Union was as popular as ever after the game Saturday night . .
Betty Hunter and John Freese were there . . . and Betty Riddel and Jim
,Leintz stopped on the stairs to greet Janet Fullenwider as she came in
with Chuck Swarthout ... upstairs we saw Sue Haviland sitting with Ross
Beaumont smoking a cigarette between dances . . . Bud Marcereau and
Jeanice Byrne were also sitting in the hall between the dances . . .
The double quartet from the Men's Glee Club sang after the intermission
. .. they gave a wonderful version of the new Michigan song "Men of
Michigan" ... Among the crowd around the band stand we saw Jean John-
son and John Kitzmiller ... Eva Spencer and Jack Hodgson. .' . and Mary
Rail and Jim Kingsley . . . Chatting in the corner were Harriet Thom
and Al Meisenheimer and Addie Mason and Jack Thom . . . Also noticed
Ellen Thompson and Pat Patterson among the crowd . . . These freshmen
must have wonderful reserves of energy to take two rushing engagements
f . a football game . . . and a dance all in one day ...
Jane Benton was dancing with Bob McCloud as the orchestra started "Me
and the Moon" . .. nice piece isn't it . . . Maxine Peterson and Bob Mix
were also out on the floor . . . Some of the others we noticed were Ginny
Osterman and John Marley and John Wilson and Kay Burgess .. .
Chubb's . . . crowded as usual . . . was full of excitement after the
game . . . the score didn't seem to dampen anyone's feelings . . . A crowd
of Theta's and dates had a table near the floor ... Betty Shaffer with Dick
Oliver .. . Mary Wickes and Vincent Dunn . . . Jean Bertram and Bill
Donovan .. . Making their way to the floor were Graf Sharpe and Harriet
Shackleton . .. Bud Smith and Betty Sinclair followed them . . . Then
came a peal of laugher from the corner table . . . Someone was much
amused with Bob Henoch's wit . .. Kay Shields was Bob's date.
Sunday Suppers .. .
The Theta Delts were grouped around a large table . .. Jane Willoughby
with Ed Thompson ... Ted Allen . . . Nancy Dall and Ed Higgens .. .
John MacPherson . . . and Mary Skinner joined the party with Hubie
Bristol . . . Also noticed an Alpha Delt triumvirate cutting in during thei
evening . . . Tom Kleene ....former editor of The Daily . . . Leroy
Haskell . .. and Russ Cole ... Around the Alpha Delt table we saw Jim
Talcott and Nancy Cassidy .. . Jean Coler with Budge Widdicomb. . . and
then Ray Whitney came in with Jane Pitcher to join them . . . Among
the dancers we saw Margaret Cram and Jack Day . . . they joined Mary
Alice Krieger and Bob Kenham at a table near the floor ...
Once again Michigan students have a place to go Sunday night - .
Chubb's have renewed the custom of supper and dancing .. . and it has
proved popular as ever . . . the D.U.'s were there in great numbers ...
we noticed Jean Steere and Harold Strickland . .. Frank Steere. . . Jean's
brother . .. and Mary Louise McNeil . . . and Farley Ulrich and Allan An-
drews. . ..Tom Wagner was there with Eleanor Sikkenja and on the floor
we noticed Marcia Connell with Bill Griffiths . . . See you there some Sun-
day evening ...
The dance at Lane Hall Saturday was well attended .. . Bill Parkinson
was with Dorothy Fogg . .. and William Wilsnack . .. president of the
S.C.A. who sponsored the dance . .. was with Rose Perrin . . . Dare In-
gold . . . freshman redhead . . . was chatting with Peter Ipsen . . . Lois
MacLean and Dick Clark came in together . .. All on one lounge, attempt-
ing to balance cider and doughnuts were Frank MacDonald and Mary Brown
. and Helen Hasking and Ralph Danforth ...

That seems to be all there was for this week-end . . . but next Friday
is the Beta dance and we hear grand rumors about celebrations for the
Illinois game . . . the Lawyers are giving a party . . . and lots of houses
have dances scheduled . . Until then .

Member Of Council

Women Apply
For Sophomore
Cabaret P os ts
Applications To Be Taken
By Judiciary Council For
Ten Available Positions
Petitioning for the positions on the
central committee of the Soph Cab-
aret, traditional project of second

ANGEL MALISZEWSI

._..._

League Hous
Heads To H(
First Lunch
FPresidents Of Three
Will Be Present; (
Invited Tomorrow
Mary Andrew, '37, presiden
sembly, announced yesterde
the first of the luncheons for
house presidents would be he
noon today in the Russian Te
of the League.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick
director of the League, will 1
ent at the luncheon which
attended by the presidents of
in zones one,, two, and thre-
Those women receiving inv
for today are: Nellie Jane Ke
Charlotte Baxter, '38, Audrey
'37, Marian Clark, '38, Rober
'38, Carol Joyce Harrison, '37
Whitney, '37, Shirley Potts, '3
Herrick, '37, Shirley Kripke, '
ol. Donovan, '37, Vivian Wa].
Helen G. Rowe, '37, Eloise Ca
'38, Wilma Rattenbury, '37
Davidson, '38, Gretchen Be
'37, Alice Gary, '38, Marjory
'38, Jane Kauffman, '36A, ar
E. Delano, '38.
The remaining house pre
those of zones four, five,s
seven, are to attend the lu
which will be held at 12 noon
row. It will also be given in tl
sian Tea Room of the Leagu
Andrew announced.
The purpose of the luncheo
acquaint the league house pr
with one another. In this w
thought that the independent
on campus can be more easi
tacted and more efficiently orE
Miss Andrew stated.

year women, will begin today in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,'
according to Maryanna Chockley, '37,
head of the Judiciary Council.
Official blank forms to be filled out,
by all applicants will be found on a'
table in the office. These petitions,
must be written up in full, Miss,
Chockley said. A mail box in which,
to place the applications will be
KI placed in the office.
Continu". Four Days
Petitioning will continue for four
e days; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday. Women may file
)ld their applications at any time during
the appointed days.
All women applying for central
eon committee positions will be inter-
viewed by members of the Judiciary
Council. This group is made up of
Zonesfive wom~ethree seniors and two
Zones juniors. The seniors are Charlotte
)thers Hamilton, Jacqueline Kolle, and Miss1
Chockley. The juniors are Mary
Johnson, and Angel Maliszewski.
The central committee of Soph1
t of As- Cabaret consists of ten positions. Be-
ay that sides the general chairman and the
League assistant chairman, the heads of the
ld at 12 following committees are also on1
at 1 thecentral board: decoration, enter-
a Room tainment, tickets, hostess, publicity,;'
costume, music, and program.. '1
, social Eligibility Required
be pres- All women wishing to apply must1
will be be eligible for extracurricular activ-
f houses ities as specified by the University,
e. Miss Chockley said. Transfer. stu-
itationsdents are especially invited to peti-i
hoe, '38, tion. They must have had a goodt
hoe, '38standing at their former schools.
Miso, Interviewing will take place next
ta Cole, week in the Undergraduate Office, be-
Wilma ginning Tuesday, Oct. 20 and is to
38, June continue for four days. The inter-
36, Car- views will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.t
a1 bell Tuesday, 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, 4
, Mary 'to 6 p.m. Thursday, and 3 to 6 p.m.
,ardsley, Friday.
Evans,'! s
nd Jane Beginning Dancers
WT' ~1 13a T- 0 1 0AU -

Australian Players
To Be Entertained
Honoring an all-Australian wom-
en's hockeyteam, coming for the first
time to the United States, an open
house will be held from 4-6 p.m.
Friday at the W.A.A. Building. All
hockey enthusiasts, whether con-
nected with the University or not
are urged to attend.
Chosen from the best club players
in inter-provincial hockey, the Aus-
tralian team composed of 14 mem-
bers, is an amateur one, coming to
compete in the national hockey tour-
nament to be held during the latter
part of October in Philadelphia.
It has not been ascertained yet
whether the team will play an ex-
hibition match with the Ann Arbor
Hockey club as they are scheduled for
a match with an all-Michigan wom-
en's team Saturday in Detroit. How-
ever, if they do not play they will
demonstrate methods of Australian
hockey.
Beta Theta Pi
Dance Tickets
Almost Sold Out
According to John Seeley '37,
chairman of the Beta dance commit-
tee, tickets for the formal to be given
Friday, Oct. 16, at the Union, are
selling rapidly.
Ben Pollack and his band, former-
ly of the Congress Hotel, Chicago,
will furnish the music for the dance,
which, sponsored by Beta Theta Pi
fraternity, will be the first open for-
mal on this campus to be given by
a general fraternity. As yet there
has been no announcement concern-
ing decorations, and there is some
doubt as to whettler the Union will
be decorated for the affair.
There is a possibility that the three
fraternities, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma
Chi, and Phi Delta Theta together
may sponsor an open formal, follow-
ing the, example of the same fra-
ternities at Purdue, on which campus
this plan has proved most successful.
The three fraternities, all of which
were founded at Miami, formed the
'Miami Triad' at Purdue, and Spon-
sors one open formal each year under
that name.
Make An
Appointment for
Your Ensian Picture
NOW!
STUDIO

332 SOUTH STATE
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esidents
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women
ly con-
ganized,

Verschoor To Speak
Before Woman's

Club

The Ann Arbor Woman's Club will,
hold its regular meeting at 2:30 p.m.
today in the League ballroom with
Charles A. Verschoor, president of
the International Radio corporation,
as the featured speaker. Mr. Ver-
schoor's topic will be "Color Photo-
graphy for the Amateur."
Preceeding the general meeting
will be that of the club chorus, at
1:15 p.m., and at 1:30 .p.m., the
American speech class will meet.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will speak
at the first meeting of the Pan-
hellenic Association, to be held
at 4:15 p.m. today in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League, it was
announced yesterday by Betty
Anne Beebe, '37, president.

W ill Meet onight
The second in the series of dancing
lessons for beginners will be held at
7:30 p.m. today in the ballroom of
the League. The intermediate danc-
ing class is scheduled for 7-p.m. to-
morrow and the advanced group will
meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Men are invited and urged to at-
tend these classes according to Miss
Ethel .McCormick, social director of
the League.
TO HOLD RIDING TRYOUTS
Final tryouts for Crop and Saddle,
women's riding club, will be held at
2:20 and 3:20 p.m. Wednesday, it
was announced yesterday by Eleanor
French, '39, women's riding man-
ager. Tryouts must contact Miss
French before Wednesday at 7117 as
she will give final instructions.
COMMITTEE TO MEET
There will be a meeting of the
house reception committee of the
League from 4 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 13, in the Undergraduate office,
according to Harriet Hathaway, '37,
chairman.
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