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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE nFIV

The Primrose Path
The best stop along the Path this week-end was undoubtedly the Beta
formal . . . an orchid to the committee and an extra one to the music
chairman . . . that was the best band that has entertained Ann Arbor
dance lovers in many long months . .. smooth flowing rhythm and snappy
arrangements and how they play the "Sugar Blues" . .. The ballroom wasn't
too crowded and it gave everyone a chance to tryout the latest trick steps ---
saw some wonderful exhibitions of smooth dancing ... good enough for any
floor show -. -
The Beta D.ane...
There were many beautiful formals at the dance Friday . ..this was the
first chance the women had to sport their latest fall gowns ... Hope Hartwig
looked stunning in velvet with two rows of white lace all the way down the
front ... Sally Pierce attended with Milton Halliday . . Sally was wearing
a striking red moire with a full flaring skirt ... Marion Fitzgerald was there
with Fied Cushing and Harriet Heath and Stek McCollum, passed by on
their way upstairs ... Among the dancers on the floor we noticed Theresa
Jaycox and Howard Carroll ... and Russ Cole was with Dora Ann Day. .
We never saw a band that was so enthusiastically received . . . Everyone
cheered for encores after every dance . . .
Seated in the hallway between dances we noticed Barbara Heath and
Phil Newman and on the next couch were Bob Garrels and Mary Skinner ...
They were enjoying cigarettes between the dances . .. Mary Rall and Bud
Lundall also found the soft seats in the hallway a good place to rest
a moment . . . Lee Shinar had Miriam Robertson as his guest for the
evening and Phil Ludtke was with Reed Alexander . . . All in all it was a
smooth party ... P.S. A hint to the girls: When dressing for the Union For-
mal remember the Candid Cameraman has a huge bright light at one end of
the hall.
The League was well crowded Friday . . . Maybe the lack of Fraternity
dances accounted for the huge gatherings at the favorite dance spots of
Ann Arbor . .. The Theta Chi's had several tables and among the crowd we
saw Bessie Roosa and Bob Sadler, Maxine Nelson and Paul Krans . .
farther down the line Bill Sheehan and Marie Eichelberger were talking to
Elaine Cobo and Bob Davison . .. Jack Porter and the little southern girl
Ella Stowe sat near Marie Mette and Howard Crusey . . . others with the
Theta Chi's were Betty Shirk who was with Walker Graham and
Mary Jane Field with Watson Gilpin . . .

Survey Of New
Rushing Rules
Is Conducted
Daily Questions Sororities
And Pledges Concerning
Deferred Rush Plan
A survey is being taken by The
Daily to determine the attitude of the
sororities and rushees concerning the
new system of rushing put into effect
this year on campus.
The Daily wishes to find out how
successful the longer period of rush-
ing has been or whether the shorter,
more concentrated system is pre-
ferred. In former years the period
covered two weeks with a dinner held
every night. Under the new rules
adopted for the first time this year
by the Panhellenic Association rush-
ing was carried on for three weeks,
with dinners held three times a week
plus one luncheon each Saturday.
Contact Sorority Members
Sorority members are being con-
tacted and votes taken to determine
which system is preferred in the va-
rious chapters on campus. Any sug-
gestioris that might be offered by the
houses will be welcomed by The Daily.
Another problem which will be cov-
ered by the survey is the question of
deferred rushing. This would post-
pone all rushing until the second se-
mester.
To Distribute Questionnaires
Questionnaires will be handed out
at the freshman lecture tomorrow in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre to
all pledges and rushees to determine
their opinion on the new rushing sys-
tem and deferred rushin

Reception And Meeti ng To Be Held Women To Vie Cabaret Interviews
Dance Planned By Michigan Dames With Lawyers Will Begin Today
New members of the Michigan Today is the first day for interview-
For Graduates Dames will have an opportunity to In Hockey Tilt posit"s"mh
become acquainted with the organiza- central committee o n the Sophomore
tion at its first general meeting of Cabaret, it was announced by Mary-
Pres. And Mrs. Riuthventhe semester at 8:15 p.m. today in Followed by a tea for both specta- Thockney, '3dr
the League. tors and players, the third annualTh interviews will be held from 4
Dean And Mrs. Yoakum The Michigan Dames is open to the hockey match between the Lawyers fe to6 pm. in the Undergraduate of-
Will Receive Students wives of all students and internes of and the women will bein at 4:15 ufice of the League and will be con-
theUniver'sity. Presentation of the ducted by the members of Judiciary
An informal reception and dance faculty advisors, officers, and the or- i today on Palmer Field. Council. The schedule for the re-
honoring all graduate students will ganization of various interest groups The usual procedure of the game is mainder of the interviews is as fol-
be held from 8 to 11 p.m. tomorrow will be undertaken at the first meet- as follows: For 15 minutes before the pm. Thursday anWednesday, 4 to
in the ballroom of the League. ng. game, Miss Hilda Burr, women's day.
President Alexander G. Ruthven Among the new features planned hockey team, will instruct the men y
and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Clarence S. for this year is an Employment Bu- about the rules and penalities of the
Yoakum of the Graduate School and reau for Dames and their husbands, game and the general playing prin-jI
Mrs. Yoakum will receive the stu- a Better Business Bureau, and a class ciples. With this background, the
dents. Others in the reception line in dress-making. Plans are also be- men will go out and play a regular
will be the members of the graduate ing made for a Hallowe'en pot-luck two period field hockey match against
board and their wives: Prof. and Mrs. supper as well as a series of monthly the women. Any player committing
Peter Field, Prof. and Mrs. F. E. Bar- bridge parties for the Dames and two fouls is removed from the game.
tell, Prof. and Mrs. Carl Guthe, Prof. their husbands. The game should be a close one as
H. C. Anderson, Prof. and Mrs. Clif-IThgaesolbeacsenes
ford Woody, Prof. and Mrs. Neil Wil- the first year the match ended in a
iams and Prof. and Mrs. Louis Bred- Dorothy Hood To Wed tie, and the lawyers only conquered
vold. s last year by playing an overtime-
The line will form from 8 to 9 pm Casper V. eifohrperiod and thus placing the score in
and dancing will be held from 9 to The engagement of Dorothy Kath- their favor 1-0.
11 p.m. Wives and husbands of grad- ryn Hood, '35, daughter of Mr. and The women's team was chosen from
uate students are also invited. The Mrs. Harry J. Hood, of Detroit, to thekbest members of the interclass
affair is held annually in the fall of Casper Van Dyke Beimfohr, '38L shockey teams that play every Tues-
the first semester. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward William ay an ursdy
The purpose of the reception and Beimfohr, of Evanston, Ill., has been' This game, which is considered
dance is to offer graduate students announced by her parents. Miss one of the most important in the fall'R
an opportunity to meet each other Hood attended Fairfax Hall, Va. and hockey season, will be followed by
and to become acquainted with board the University where she was affiliat- interclass competition for the rest of Just a few weeks
of the graduate school, according to ed with Alpha Chi Omega, the season.
Miss Jeanette Perry, assistant to the allotted for taking
dean of woinen. whoisin r o--_ '

Crystal G ang . . . Individuals are also. being con-
Had more fun this week gazing in the mirrors . . . Remerber last week tacted by the survey to furnish more
when we put you wise to that game . . .this week's crystal gazing produced under discussion.t
Mary Lou Willoughby and John Mann . . . Margaret Bryant and John
Leucht . . . and Lucy Almand and Fred Thomson all reflected in the
mirror over the orchestra . . . Down at the end of the room it is a little
dark and quite far away from the reflecting surface . . . but didn't we seeI
Mary Andrew and Tom Ayres? . . . At least we are sure of this . . .'M an N ts
Many otables
Harriet Shackleton and Graf Sharpe started back from the shining sur-
face ...
Among the dancers Friday we noticed Mary Fran McDonough and Don From ampus
Williamson . . . also Dorothy Ray and John Halstead. . . Marcia Connell and
Dave Barnett were doing some clever steps . . . and others were Annette Many faculty members and stu-
Stroup and Harold Treffy, Doris Harvey and Everett Trebilcock ... Avis Day dents were among those who heard
and Bob Space . . . it was one of the best crowds of the year . . . Kirsten Flagstad at the opening con-
Smiles, handshakes, and congratulations seemed to be quite in order at cert of the Choral Union Series held
the Union, Saturday night. Brand new little pledge pins gleamed forth last evening in Hill Auditorium.
from all over the ballroom. Florence Brotherton just couldn't resist looking Among those present were Dean
and Mrs. oehA use n hi
down at her pin every other moment . . . Florence was with John Austin. duheReecADr and ther
Some of the other gals, we noticed wearing corsages and their newly- V. Moore, President Charles A. Sink
acquired pins were . . . Dorothy Shipman, Harriet Thom, and Sally Thomas of the School of Music and Mrs. Sink,
... Dorothy was with Jack McCarthy . . . Harriet with Harvey Clark . . . Mrs. Gail E. Densmore and Mrs.
and Sally with Alex Sibley. Henry A. Sanders and her daughter
Katherine were seen in the lobby fol-
Saturday Crowds.. lowing the concert.
Mr. Frederick P. Jordan and Mrs.
Others that were there . . . although they didn't have any new novelty -. Jordan, dean-emeritus of women, also
they seemed to be having great fundoing a little bragging about all their attended the concert. Other faculty
new pledges. Betty Gatward and Bill Weeks ... and Betty Ann Beebe and members present were Prof. Stanley
Brad Carpenter seemed to have having quite a discussion about the great D. Dodge, Prof. and Mrs. David E.
event. Just then, Hope Hartwig and Roger Longley . . . and Barbara Mattern, Prof. and Mrs. Charles F.
Strand and Darwin McCredie came up and joined the group ... adding their Remer and Prof. and Mrs. Robert B.
little bit. Hall.
Just as the music stopped for a brief intermission . . . we noticed Mary toF ances Bonisteel wa se talking
Margaret Barnes and Harry Brelsford seeding a couple of vacant chairs in ders. Elizabeth Allen, Mary Jane
the ballroom ... Others leaving tine ballroom for the more comfortable chairs Fields, Joanne Westerman and Jeanne
in the hall were Margaret Guest and Dan Cook ... June Basse and Tor Nor- Johnson were also seen in the lobby
denson . . . Betty Hopkins and Bob Ash . . . Dorothy Tillman and Charles during intermission.
Block . . . Angie King and John Lederle ... and Nelson Persons and Bill
GAMMA PHI BETA
McHeny

uali U1 r .nC.J, cv irs a16111 a ge 1 o
the affair.I
Three Chapter Houses
Announce Pledgings
Pledgings have been announced by
the following chapter houses:
Chi Omega announces the pledging
of Barbara Guest, '40, and Vera Gray,
'38.
Theta Chi announces the pledging
of James F. Wanless, Jr., '38E.
Triangle fraternity announces the
pledging of Lloyd G. Berryman, '37E;
James Bartlett, '39E; and Webster L.
Patterson, '39E.
WOMEN'S CLUB TO MEET
The Ann Arbor Womens Club will
hold its regular meeting at 2:30 p.m.
today at the League.

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Among the many couples on the porch were Phyllis Price and Al Meisen-?
heimer . . . Mary Margaret Campbell and Boyd Bolitho . . . Helen Higgins 1
and Chuck Kessler ... and Ada Crawford and Mal Farnsworth.
'Twas an exciting week-end was it not . . . Next week we have anotherI
football game . . . and Thursday the Law Club is entertaining Betsy Barbour
at a tea dance . . . Nice custom the Lawyers are starting . . . Each month
they are inviting certain dormitories and sororities to spend the afternoon
at the Club . . .. see you there .. . then that same evening join us at ther
Union Open House.

Gamma Phi Beta announces
tedging of Barbara Bassett,

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