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October 27, 1936 - Image 5

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Annual Senate Reception T ill Be Given Tonight In Union B


The Trimrose Tath

New Members
Of Faculty Body
To Be Honored!

Will Dance Here

We won a game .. of course that is past history now, but it was the !
cause of much celebration Saturday night ... there were lots of fraternity President Mrs. Ruthven
parties aind the victory of the afternoon put more spirit in the crowds than"
we have seen in many a day'. . . also this week-end was the occasion of the Will ReceiVe; Bob Steinle
formal opening of Ann Arbor's Michig Inn . . . all in all, the week-end To Furnish Dance Mnsic .. f
was full of gay spots ...f
And now to go lack and follow the week chronologically . . Thursday The annual Senate Reception will
the Lawyers tea was a popular spot . . . all the girls from Betsy Barbour were be held at 8:30 p.m. today in the
there and a mighty fine time they had . . . Mary Margaret Thomas was Union ballroom, according to Prof.I
dancing with Bill Hartman . . .then Pete Boder cut in and we saw Bill with Everett S. Brown of the political sci-
Adelaide Mason . . . Dorothy Love was dancing with Graf Sharpe when we ence department, who is in charge of
saw them . . . Some of the other Betsy Barbourites who were there were the affair.
Virginia Snell. . . Barbara Allington and Betty La Blanc . . . Laura Prescott receive from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.,
and Marion Price whom we saw with Julian Gregory . .. Walter Martin was and during this time there will be
talking to Frances Everard. . . to continue with the girls . . . Charlotte Hawk music by a trio of the School of Mu-j
and Sybil Swarthout were there and a few of the Lawyers . . . John Walsh, sic, which will be made up of Mary
Harold Klute, Tom Fisher dancing with Phyllis Miner. .. Tony Yokum and Jane Clark, harpist, Mrs. E. Leslie,,
Pete Boder were there of course for they had charge of the affair . . violinist and Mrs. Leonard Nanzetta,
It must have been a success for there were fifteen Lawyers over at Betsy for cellist. From 10 p.m. to midnight
dates Saturday night . . Bob Steinle's band will play for danc-;
I ing. Carlos de Vega, Spanish dancer,
In Spite Of Blue-Books . . . The formal reception which has will appear with his dancing part-
been given each year since 1930, is for ners, Inez and Mariluz, Friday and
Such worries as blue-books, papers due. and football games seemed to the purpose of introducing new mem- Saturday, October 30 and 31, at the
have been completely forgotten at the League Friday night . .. it was a very bers of the faculty to present mem- Lydia Mendelssohn Theaire.
peppy crowd indeed. At a long table near the orchestra, Priscilla Abbot and bers. Professor Brown has acted as
Dick Joslin were having a grand time eating apples and talking to the men general chairman of the affair since -
in the orchestra . . . Seated across from them were Marian Smith and Dick that time, when it was revived after Dean Lloyd Reminds
Long ... Virginia Smith and George Waterman . . . and Jo Cavanaugh and I a considerable lapse of time.
Tommy Watkins.,. Prof. Earl V. Moore of the School of Sororities of Duties
Periodically, during the evening . . . amid the talking and laughing . Music is in charge of music for the
evening, and Prof. Wells I. Bennett (Continued from Page 1)
came great crashes as trays fell and dishes broke. Libby Powers and Jo Os- ofthe architectural school has chargeg
burn were a little startled when one of these trays fell near them . . . Dotty 'of the decorations. The ballroom will and Wilmot F. Pratt, carillonneur,
Baxter and John Townsend, later on, had a good laugh at another waiter's be decorated with palms, chrysanthe- assisted by Jeanice Byrne, '37, lead
expense . . . mums and ferns from the University the guests in Michigan songs.
Sue Willard had great fun playing the piano with Charlie Zwick . . .while Botanical Gardens. The award for the highest. achive-
Marnie Holden and Brownlee Hayden looked on . . . Sue was with Jack ( There will be two tables decorated ment in scholarship for the past year
Cochrane. - with candles and chrysanthemums at was presented by Ira M. Smith, reg-
Among the crowd gathered around the orchestra when "Stompin' at the which coffee, cake and punch will be istrar, to Alpha Delta Pi. This so-
Savoy" was being played, we noticed Mary Gies and John Cummiskey.. served during the evening. The list rority rose from ninth place last year
Alice Bassett and Steve Mason ... Annabel Haag and Don Meyers ...and of those who will pour includes wives to the top of the list with a rating
Alberta Wood and Ben Weaver. of faculty members and represents of 1-3 A, 1-5 C and the rest B. In
each department. the 10 years on the campus it has
At The Acacia Table .O.. Mrs. J. E. Beal, Mrs. Shirley Smith, been four times in third place or over.
,Mrs. C. S. Yoakum, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Alpha Delta Pi was also awarded the
At the Acacia table, we noticed Mary Fran Brown and Frank McDonald I Mrs. H. M. Bates, Mrs. Joseph Burs- activity cup at Installation Banquet
... Earl Dodge and Frank Edgar . .. Shifley Hepler and Fred Seyfried ..,. ley, Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Mrs. W. W. last spring.
and Maxine Baribeau and Paul Brickley . . . Maxine was wearing a good- Bishop, Mrs. J. B. Edmundson, Mrs. The award was "An Outline of
looking red velvet dinner dress with a Queen Anne collar . . . A. C. Furstenberg, Mrs. H. C. Sadler, Modern Painting" by S. C. Kaines
The Theta elts gne dres wit a Qe Ahe slar d Mrs. C. A. Sink, Mrs. C. E. Griffin, Smith. Alpha Chi Omega sorority
TheThtaDetsgave their first party of the season Friday night " !Mrs. D. M. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. holds second place on the scholarship
as we came in the door Janet Jackson and John Winder went dancing by Mrs Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Mrs. list this year.
we also caught a glimpse of Bruce Telfer and Betty Whitney . . . John Mc- Wells I. Bennett and Miss Alice C. thisyear.
Pherson and Suzanne Wells . . . all in all there were just heaps of people Lloyd, will officiate at the tables
there . . . Listening to the orchestra playing "You Turned the Tables on throughout the reception. MAIL YOUR ROLLS TO
Me" we saw Marietta Killian with Roy Frazier . . . Nancy Dall and Fred Your roll developed and printed. Velox
Schairer stopped dancing for a minute to hear it too . . . THEA XI deckle-edge prints,25c coin. Also 5 x 7

Weaver To Address High School Women
Gra uat L neh o I To Play Hockey Team
_rd a_____ Following the match with the law-
The first of this year's series of yers, the women's hockey team will
graduate luncheons will be held at play the second big game of their
graduteluno nswllh e sha eldatalsceueat 4:15 p.m. today on
non tomorrow in the Russian Tea Palmer Field with a selectedtwomen's
Room of the League, according to team from University High School.
Miss Jeanette Perry, assistant to the Jean Gourlay, '37, women's hockey
dean of women, who is in charge. manager and Miss Hilda Burr, fac-
ulty hockey adviser are in charge.
Tentative matches with Michigan1
lish department, will be the speaker State Normal School and the Uni- l
and has chosen "Sages, Satirists, and versity of Toledo have been set for
Scholars" as his topic. Professor the middle of November,

The women's volleyball tournament
twill officially open today with gAmies
at Barbour Gymnasium. Collegiate
Sorosis will play Delta Gamma at
4:30 p.m. and Adelia Cheever will
play Delta Delta Delta at 5:10 p.m.
Twenty-four teams are scheduled for
the tournament, Betty Whitney, '38,
women's volleyball manager, and
Miss Virginia Peaseley, faculty volley-
ball advisor are in charge of the tour-

Weaver will discuss the aims of edu-
cation as defined by these men and
will try to clarify some of the con-
fusion surrounding the aims.
About 40 graduate students are ex-
pected to attend the luncheon, Miss
Perry said. She stressed the fact that
it will be very informal. Guests will
get their lunch at the cafeteria and
carry the tray across the hall to the
Russian Tea Room. The luncheons
will be held every Wednesday at noon
in the League.

Delta Tau Delta fraternity an- State and L
nounces the initiation of Jack M. Watch Rep
Walker, '38, of Macomb, O., and Vin-
cent E. Butterly, '39, of Detroit. _______
h. __________

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At intermission we noticed Becky Bursley . . . Jack Kleene and Vincent Theta Xi announces the pledgingI
Moore . . . they were playing Cole Porter's records . . . Much discussion of Al Wohlwend, '38E, of Morris-
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unanimously for "You're the Top." .
After the game . . . a crowd of jubilant Chi Psi's and dates stopped in at
the lodge for a tea dance . . . As we entered we saw Marietta Arner and
Jack Palmer enthusing over the afternoon's victory. . . Dutch Van Dyke and
Joe Bartlett . . . Miggs Richter and John McLean came in and immediately
began to dance . . . We noticed Franny Sutherland and Bob Smith wander
out on the porch to find "Rum," the Chi Psi's dog . . . 'They met Jo King
and Jack Warren out there... Later at dinner we found Harriet Hathaway
and Tommy Sullavan . . . Marian Fitzgerald and Jack Cochrane . . . Ellen
Thompson with Harry Mulholland.
Over On W ashtenaw ...
Then we strolled over to Washtenaw and Hill street to look in on the
Phi Psi dinner dance . . . We saw Bud Haines and Betty Gregory entering
. . . They were greeted by a delegation of Bill Griffiths, Jane Nussbaum, Bud
Lundahl and Mary all ... Later at the buffet supper Addie Mason and Ed
Devine were sitting with Eleanor Swan and John McKee ... Mabel Campbell
and T. K. Fisher were wandering around trying to find a place to eat .
finally they sat down with Virginia Letts and Gene Cooke
After dinner we noticed Adeline Singleton and Walt Jensen. .. They were
discussing the band of which Walt is a member . . . especially the tricky
sailboat formation of the afternoon . . . Among the dancers were Dodie Day
and Bob Sankey ... Dick Moriarity and Peg Strickler . . . Tiny Blodgett and
John Russell .. .
As gay as usual and twice as crowded was the Union Saturday night..I
The crowd,ahowever, were extra-especially happy because of the afternoon's
game . . . about half of the football team were celebrating there and this
made the crowd all the more aware of the victory.
Football Players Starred. . .
Bob Cooper and Elizabeth Turner ... Jean Hayden and John Smithers
were standing in the foyer as we entered ... Bob and Johnny were the vic-
tims of much praise and back-slapping. Some of the other "conquering
heroes" present were Bill Barclay . . . Jesse Garber . . . Frank Bissell . . . they
were with Mary McArthur.. . Selma Wax and Kay Reynolds ...
Anyhow, it was a grand week-end and the one coming up offers just as
many things to do and places to go . .. the Illinois game . .. homecoming .. .
many fraternity dances should make next week-end equal this past one and
maybe even surpass it . . . Until later!


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