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N&V. 17, 1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Trimrose Tath
Another top-notch week-end . .. My friends, we are getting famous for
them ... mid-semesters are just around the corner, but one would never
know it by the score of parties scheduled every week ... every football game
is used as the best excuse in the world for a dance . .. but the orchid of the
week goes to the Dorm Dance ... it was a grand success . . . hundreds of
loyal students turned out and it looks like the dormitories for men on the
campus are well on their way ...
We saw just about everyone we ever knew flocking into the Intramural
Building Friday for the dance ... looked like the traditional J-Hop throngs
sans top hat, white tie and tails .. . Edith Frederick was there with
George Holmes End we ran into Jean Bertram and LaVerne Burns with
Mary McClure and John Mulkey in the hall ... Jane O'Ferrall and Wem-
mer Gooding were heading for the dance floor when we caught a fleeting
glimpse of them ...
Through The'Y1.ik' . .
Everyone gathered around the "mike" to listen to Bonth Williams, our
star reporter, dishing out the high lights of the evening . .. you did a good
job Bonth, old boy, the people seemed to enjoy it immensely . . . Miggs
Richter and John McLean stood close to the bandstand to listen ... Bar-
bara Allingtorand Bob Cole were right up there too .. . Spotted Mary Lou
Willoughby and John Mann and Kay Burgess and Jack Signaigo in the
crowd.. . Kay looked smooth in a dubonnet dress trimmed in gold ...
Harriet Shackleton and Fred Colombo were at the dance and we also
saw them down at the Alpha.Delt party later in the evening . . . Bruce
Telfer and Betty Whitney were dancing when we noticed them . . . Others in
the crowd were Eliza Enswiler and Norbert Winn .. . Florence Midworth
and Bud Wyman and Virginia Barrows and Ronald Butler . . . It was one
of the best parties of the year ... everyone turned out and the informality
of the affair made it especially good fun ...
The orchestras outdid themselves in rivalry and one couldn't judge which
was the best . . . but why try? . .. Betty Gatward andFrank Dannemiller
danced by as we entered . . . the crowd was terrific, but we spotted Nancy
Saibert and Bob Hendricks and Jean Evans and Dick Sinn . , . Jean and Dick
were talking to Olive Reed and Jack Sinn during the pause between dances
... Marnie Holden and Willis Tomlinson came down a little late after cover-
ing several of the places in town .. . . I guess they liked the Dorm
Dance best for they stayed for the rest of the evening . . . Gil Tilles, chair-
man of the committee in charge of men's dormitories attended with Ruth
Sevensma . . . Gil seems to think it would be well to make this a yearly
affair . .. I heartily agree for the dance was really excellent.
More Dorm Dance...
And now for more of the crowd . . . Al D6wey and Marion Fitzgerald
were there . . . and Betty Hunter and John Freese . . . noticed also Hubie
Bristol and Mary Skinner . . . Herb Wolf and Mildred Epstein were listen-
ing to the chatting reporter over the mike when we saw them . .. Others in.
the crowd were Harriet Hathaway and Tommy Sullivan . . . Janet Ladd
with Frank Howard and Libby Turner and Winfield Bush. . . It was a grand
party for the tenth time ...
And now that we have given you some hasty notes on the Dorm Dance,
let's go back a few hpurs to the Lawyers' tea dance . .. Helen Newberry
Residence was invited and they turned dut en masse .. . Also noticed what
the Lawyers termed a few "Illegalities" . . . that is they weren't inhabitants
of Newberry. .. However they were getting a big rush . . . One of the afore-
mentioned was Jo Cavanagh . . . another was Margaret Curry who looked
stunning in a blue velvet dress trimmed in gray caracul . . . She was dancing
with Bud Prince ... John Starr, the Attorney General's son, we understand,
was dancing with DeRhua Skinner ... Sitty Kean and John Moran wandered
upstairs and we met them having tea in the Lounge . . . Others in the
Lounge were Tony Yocum, Harold Klute, Ben Jayne, and Jane Mougey and
Frank Kennedy . . . The Lawyers' teas are also getting famous ...
And now for a few sketches from the many fraternity parties this week-
end . . . The Alpha Delts had a pledge formal Friday . . . noticed Betty
Shaffer and Dick Oliver and Mary MacIvor and Van Viot talking in the
hall ... Adelaide Mason was there with James Watson . . . Barbara Day
and Tom Tussing were looking. frantically for Dodie Ann Day and Russ Cole
when we saw them. . . The party was a good one, as the Alpha Delt parties
usually are . . . some of the other guests were San Ladd and Jean Lillie,
Homer Lathrop and Louise Walker, Dick Joslin and Betty Anne Chamberlin
and Ruth Coler and Hal Benham ...
Guests up at the Sigma Chi house included Alys Pierce and Jack Gustaf-
son, Eleanor Cram and Kenneth Meyers and Joan Wentz and John Hinckley
. . . The Sigma Chi house always impresses one with its tall white pillars
. . . It looks very formal but the crowd inside belies the formality for the
parties are really fun . . . Others at the house were Betty Crist with Paul
Corsey, and Jean Keinath with George Cosper and Mary Lou Hulbert who
came out from Detroit to attend the dance with Hugh Rader.
At The Psi U House...
The Psi U's had a party Saturday night . . . Dotty Baxter and Chuck
Coe were there ....and Bill Onderdonk and Ernestine Richter came out for
the week-end . .. Bill and Ernie will be married a week from Friday . .
Gathered around the huge fireplace we noticed Don Barnes and Becky
Bursley and Peggie Barnes and Mary Randolph.. . Others in the crowd were
Bob Miller, Sam Perry, Elise Reeder and Sandy McPherson.
Sorosis had their pledge formal Saturday night . . . Mary Lou Miller in-
vited Bethel Kelley and Jacqueline Kolle was there with Ed Adams . .

Saw Gretchen Kanter dancing with Bob Langford and Julie King was
with Larry Barasa . . . Jo Wilcox, president of the house was with John
Seeley and we noticed them talking in the hall with Louise Nack and Lloyd
Strickland ...
Quite a surprise we received Saturday night, when we thought we were
entering the Delt house only to discover that it wasn't the Delt house atl
all but the Jungle Club . . . the occasion being the Delta Tau Delta pledge
formal. The house was cleverly decorated with the walls representing a
huge jungle and overhanging branches extended across the room on a low-
ered ceiling of cheese cloth. Jim .Hollinshead, who had erected the decora-
tions, looked proud of his work as Jane Mougey told him how realistic it was.
In the living room, near the orchestra, we noticed Kay MacIvor and Fred
Kintzer. . . Harriet Thom and John Campbell . . . Betty Sinclair and Bud
Smith . . . Nannette Pierce and Bill Donnely . . . who came out from De-
troit for the dance . . . and Mary Alice Krieger and Louis Belden . . . Mary
Alice had on an extremely good-looking gold lame formal. During the in-
termission, Florence Brotherton and Earl Wetzel were having a good time
playing cards in the library . . . Noticed Ruth Washburn and Gus Danne-
miller, too .
And so, Delts, we take off our hats to you for a very fine party . . . and
also to Jim Hollinshead for the very clever decorations ...
It was a good week-end as usual, and all there lis left to say is four
more days until Friday . . . hit the books and then we will help you enjoy
the week-end . . . there'll be a lot of parties.
4

Seven Women
Chosen To Fill

To Marry In June

Irene Sartor University Women
To Be Leader Attend Conference

Zone Positions Of League Fair
's-
Team Sports Managers Annual Event To Be Given
Are Elected At Meeting In Con junction Withl
Of Sports Heads Sophomore Cabaret
Sports managers for the seven Irene Sartor, '38A, is to be gen-
zones into which League houses are eral chairman of this year's League1
grouped were elected yesterday at a ^ Fair, it was announced yesterday by
general meeting of all the sports .. .Charlotte Rueger, '37, president of
heads of the 59 League houses at the the League.
Women's Athletic Building. Miss Sartor is in charge of the Art
SThe new managers include: Zone L, Cinema League for all women and
Gratia Harrington, '385M; Zone II . .has been particularly active in selling
Phyllis Rupright, '39; Zone III, tickets for the productions. She is a
member of both the League social;
Reynoldsa'40Ed ; Zone VSallyOrr and house reception committees and
'4e;yods, argrZone VSallyh r, also worked at the League in her
'4; Zone VI, Mar t MB h, '40. .sophomore year. A resident of Mar-
and Zone VII, Mary Robson, '4Ed tha Cook, she has served on various
The new W.A.A. scarf, awarded 'dance and tea committees for her
for 12 sports participations was ex- dormitory.
hibited and the method of obtaining The Fair, which is an annual event,
it explained -to the group. I is to be held Dec. 4 and 5 in con-
Betty Whitney, '38, women's in- - AssojiatePess Photo junction with the Sophomore Cab-
tramural manager, and Mary Red- Mr d Mrsugted Pontaret. It will be given in the Ethel
den, '37, women's zones manager ex- r. anno u e e eFountain Hussey Room, the Grand
plained the new team sports system went of their daughter Ethel to Rapids Room, and the Concourse of
inaugurated this year by the Wom- Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., son of the League while the Cabaret is be-
en's Athletic Association. Miss Marie President and . Mrs. Roosevelt. ing held in the Ballroom at both af-
Hartwig, gave an informal talk on Miss duPont attended the Ethel ternoon and evening performances.
the value of these positions. Water School in Sinsbury, Conn. "The Kentucky Derby," main
Each League house elects its sports Roosevelt is a senior at Harvard. temthe the 1936thCabaret, isBooths
head, who, in turn, is responsible to The wedding will take place in toebe manager by the various organi-
her zone manager in the new system. June. t emngrb h aiu rai
A zone manager holds a position m._Je.zations on campus, will probably be
equal to that of a sports manager set up in the rooms to offer various
Choru i tattractions to patrons of the Cab-
in a sorority or dormitory and wins Ch r stjarctiost arn fteC
League points accordingly, according atyrC e
to Mis Reden.Last year Maryanna Chockley, '37,
to Miss Redden. I. was in charge of the affair. Mor-
Miss Redden especially emphasized Of Sophom ore tarboard, senior honorary society,
the new League regulation that sor- Smmanaged a dart-throwing contest at
ority pledges must participate for baret G en their booth and Wyvern, junior hon-
activities for their resident house in- Ca orary group, sold mistletoe. A tin-
stead of their sororities. type machine, a fortune teller, sev-
An informal discussion was held MuA eral games and various exhibits, such
after the meeting. Their duties were usic A d Decoration as a Chinese Student's exhibit and
explained to the newly elected zone ComMittees Will Meet In others were features at last year's
managers. LTFair.
League Today__ __ ___
FRESHMAN WEENIE ROAST
F a11 Schedule The announcement of the chorus The general committee for the
members of "The Derby," the 1936 freshman weenie roast, which will be
For Badm inton Sophomore Cabaret, was made today held at the end of the hockey season
by the music chairman, Laurabelle was recently announced by Sally
A Godlove. Kenny, '38, vice-president of the
I s A nnouneed Miss Godlove said that all music Women's Athletic Association. Lois
McLean, '39, Betty Lyon, '39, Frances
for the cabaret has been written by Lyon, '40, Jean Bonisteel, '38, Helen
The general schedule of the fall the sophomore women, and is ese-Hap'3,BrraEsti,39an
rbadminton season was announced cially adapted to the theme of the Miss Kenny comprise the committee.
yesterday by Betty Lyon, '39, worn- project. MisKe ___mrse____ mie
en's badminton manager. Members of the music committee REGISTRATION TO END
Starting Nov. 23, there will be are Mary McCrory, assistant, Betsy Today has been announced as the
meetings for women interested in Roosa, assistant chairman, Patricia deadline for registration for the first
badminton from 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. Haff, Pauline Kalb, Rebecca Bursley indoor season in the physical edu-
each Monday. Meetings for a mixed and Marian Getoor. cation department. Those interest-
group of students will take place
from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. each Wednes- Members of the chorus are Maxine ed are asked to report to Barbour
day, starting Nov. 25. Those inter- Blaess, Elinor Byron, Marion Dailey, Gymnasium. Courses in badminton,
ested are asked to contact Miss Lyon Harriet Dean, Elizabeth French, Miss basketball, body mechanics, dance,
or Miss Hilda Burr, faculty hockey Haff, Miss Kalb, Pauline Knudson, diving, fencing, ice skating, outdoor
manager. Noreen La Barge, Jane Lyon, Mar- sports, riding, swimming are given.
A tournament with the Ann Arbor garet McCall.
Hockey Badminton Club has been Mary Rall, Florence Rogers, Elean-
scheduled for Thanksgiving morning. or Swan, Barbara Teall, Blanche To- WATCHES
A definite team will be chosen from bin, Grace Wilson, Miss McCrory and Jewelry Repairing at Rea-
the Wednesday group for this. and Miss Getoor. Chorus practice snabJeeericsCysas3c
Followling this, tentative matches will be at 4 p.m. today in the League FISH -CS
have been scheduled for later in the Garden Room. All members must be 231 South State O Paris Cleaners
season with teams from Michigan present.
State College, University High School There will be a meeting of the - - -
and Michigan State Normal School. decorations committee at 4:30 p.m.
Guest nights will be sponsored by today in the Undergraduate Office of
the Wednesday night section to fur- the League. Any sophomore woman
ther interest in badminton on cam- interested in working on the decor-
pus. ations committee may attend this
Players are reminded that they meeting.
must have a heart and lung recheck Barbara Heath is serving as gen-
before they will be permitted to play, eral chairman of the affair. She is
Miss Lyon said. assisted by Betty Lyon. Others on,
Louise Paine, '36, an dJean Gro the central committee are Betty
'37, won the women's doubles last Shaffer, hostess chairman. -
year, and Dorothy Lyndon, '36, and Charlotte Poock, entertainment Prepare for the Week-End!
Eustace Fox, Grad, the mixed doubles. chairman, Mary Wheat, program Shampoo and Wave . 50c
chairman, Janet Fullenwider, ticket Permanents from . $3.00
Strauss To Speak chairman, Eleanor Skiles, costume
chairman and Barbara Tacott, dec-
To Graduate Group orations chairman. /v

Five University representatives at- Spec., Ann Arbor; Mary Morrison
tended the fifth annual Neighbor- '38, Trenton; and Ruth Miller, '38
hood Conference of all Michigan Ann Arbor.
schools and universities held this
week-end at Mount Pleasant. ALPHA XI DELTA
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Charlotte D. Alpha Xi Delta sorority will hold
Rueger, '37, president of the League, tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today in honor
Lois King, '37, League secretary- of its patronesses and chaperons and
treasurer, Mary Andrew, '37, presi- house presidents of the other houses
dent of Assembly, and Maryanna on campus.
Chockley, '37, were delegates. -
KAPPA.DELTA RHO '.. "and after the show or before-
Approximately 50 alumni of KappaI DANCE (Free)
Delta Rho fraternity gathered last
week-end in Ann Arbor to celebrate and EAT
the chapter's annual fall homerom-
ing it was announced by J. Trumana
Steinke, '33, president of the chap- M I C H IG I N N
ter's alumni association. Earl Fields, 320 South State Street
'38, was in charge of arrangments "At the Sign of the Clock"
for the. dance given Saturday night
1

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Prof. Louis A. Strauss of the Eng-
lish department will be the speaker
at the luncheon for graduate stu-
dents to be held at noon tomorrow in
the Russian Tea Room of the League.
Professor Strauss has chosen "The
Community of Scholarship" as his
subject. This is the fourth of the
series of weekly meetings, which are
held 'for the purposes of giving grad-
uate students an opportunity to be-
come acquainted with each other and
with the work of departments other
than the one in which they are spe-
cializing.
DID YOU KNOW
that the weather is the cause of a
high percentage of cases of foun-
tain pens leaking in the cap?
'The trouble starts when the pen
is left lying flat on the desk or in
the handbag. A change of tem-
perature will cause (1) the ink to
be forced to the point and out into
the cap by the expansion of the
air space in the ink reservoir, or
(2) a condensation of moisture
around the point will mix with
dried ink in the cap or moist ink
in the feeder, a capillary is formed
with the inner cap and the ink
continues to be drawn out until
the cap is filled.
There are only two remedies for
this trouble:
1. Keep your pen in an upright
position at all times when not be-
ing used, or,

PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma announced the
pledging of Betty Stinehart, '40, of
Olean, New York.

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