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-THE4MICHIGAN DAILY AG~1~

The Primrose Path
Another gay week-end brings to a close the football season ... though
many of the students trekked to Columbus for their celebrations, there were
still enough left in our fair town to put on a good week-end ... didn't have
many fraternity parties so the Engineers and the Lawyers came forth with
two mighty fine dances ... took a look at the calendar this morning and
found to my dismay that only three week-ends remain until the exodus
to the station for the holidays . .. better start planning those parties right
away . . . but enough of the future, now for the immediate past ...I
At The Engineers' Ball . . .
The Engineers, sans slide rules, mathematic books, test tubes, and tripods,

First Freshman
Weenie Roast
Will BeToday
Women To Get Awards;
Event To Celebrate End
Of First Sport Season
The first freshman weenie roast
will take place at 5:30 p.m. today in
the lounge of the W.A.A. building.
Certificates for the W.A.A. scarfs

Brocades, Veivets I
Are Featured For
New Winter Wraps
Since an evening wrap is practical-
ly a capital investment for a college
woman, she shouldn't be precipitate
about buying one. With a super spe-
cial week-end in the offing, now
would be a good time to get one, but
it shouldn't be the first attractive
one seen.
There are points of warmth, fabric
and style to be considered, although
it does sound strange to mention
practicality and evening wraps in the

turned out en masse for the annual Engineers' Ball . . . it was a fine dance will be awarded women with out- same breath. However,
and served to liven up the week-end no end . . . Surviving the bright lights standing participation in the first want chill winter winds
and snapping cameras which faced the entering couples were Adeline Single-; outdoor season. to the marrow, it would
ton and Walter Jensen . . . noticed Adeline later and admired her stunning The weenie roast, although origin- of this type have hoods
peach taffeta formal that was trimmed very strikingly with brown . I ally planned to include only fresh- lars for additional prot
Mary Minor and Chuck Darling were amused by the candid camera and men women, has been combined with too, for the plutocrats
laughed heartily into the face of the "birdie" . the end of the first outdoor season wraps entirely of fur, pr
Jacqueline Kolle and Ed Adams were standing in front of the orchestra and all University women are in- in being the favorite oft
trying to read the names of the huge books which were placed just above the vited. However, the affair is held in Velvet in jewel colors
musicians . . . Mary Margaret Thomas and John Thom danced by and honor of the freshmen women. A been "right" for capes
stopped a moment to concentrate on the books.. . seems the Engineers just fee of 20 cents will be charged for but this season it has b
an't forget the books; they are as bad as the Meds and the Lawyers in that the dinner. irunning mate. One t
respect . . . incidentally the book decorations were cleverly done . . . Down Women receiving awards in hock- evening coat of meta
in the tap room we noticed Janet Fullenwider, John Mulkey, Mary McClure ey include Edith Butler, '38Ed, Bar- frames one's face in a
and Loren Packer . . . they were all sitting around one big table with ared Eppstein, M38, Louise Lockeman, Medici collar. Anothe
Jean Bertram and LaVerne Burns . .. the crowd had some sort of a puzzle Richardson, '40Ed., Doris Staebler, i puffed sleeves that ma
that must have been very intriguing for they were concentrating intently '37Ed., Lois Spreen, '37, and Eliza- hips diminutive.
on it . . . beth White, '39.
Marion Reynolds and John McFate . . . the "economists; . . . were very Katherine Johnston,- '38, Merida 4w- -,
interested in the volume, Love by Calculus, Marion didn't seem to know what Hobart, '38, Margaret Waterston, erbC
Calculus had to do with it . . . Avis Day in purple velvet was listening in- '38, Frances Bonisteel, '40, and Mar-
tiently while Bcb Space expounded on the function of the cog-wheel, also garet Veenboer, '37, will receive
part of the decorations . . . saw Betty King and Bob Baxley downstairs in awards for fall tennis participation.S
the lobby during intermission . . . Jean Harrelson, in purple taffeta with Winifred Moore, '39, won the only
gold threads dancing with Gene Palmer didn't notice the books nor the award for fall archery participation. +
cog-wheel . .. she was dancing with her eyes closed ... Betty Riddell and Those receiving awards i golf
Peter Ipsen were doing the dance floor justice . . . met Marion Fitzgerald have not been announced yet.
and R. C. Reeder at the drinking fountain . . . others there were Florence event consists of Sally Kenny, '38,
Rogers and Alex Neill and Harriet Thom and Bob Elliott ... cchairman, Frances Lyon, '40, Betty In Entertainm
aw C Formal...Lyon, '39, Jean Bonisteel, '38, Lois Of Sophomore
McClean, '39, Barbara Eppstein, '39.

if you don't
to strike you
be most wise
model. Most
or lapin col-
ection. Then
, there are
rocessed lap-
the majority.
s has always
and cloaks,
rocade for a
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Ticket Sale For
Annual Banquet
BeginsToday,
Assembly Dinner Honors
Non - Affiliated Women
For High Scholarship
Tickets for the third annual As-
sembly Banquet to be held Monday,
Dec. 7 in the League ballroom will go
on sale today, Mary Ellen Heitsch,
'37, general chairman, announced
last night.
The tickets may be obtained from
members of the Assembly board and
at the League desk, Miss Heitsch said.
They are priced at 65 cents.
A presentation of awards to the
non-affiliated women receiving the
highest academic standings in the
sophomore, junior and senior classes
last year will be made at the ban-
quet, Miss Heitsch announced. The
names of the women to receive the
awards will be announced by Ira M.
Smith, registrar of the University.
The gifts which are to make up the
awards will be given by the League
Council. Charlotte Rueger, '37, presi-
dent of the League, will make the
presentation.
Miss Heitsch stated that all non-
affiliated women on this campus are
automatically members of the As-
sembly, a governmental organization
for non-affiliated women. They are
all invited to attend the banquet,
Miss Heitsch said. i Representatives
are chosen from the league zones and
dormitories to sit on the executive
board of Assembly, Miss Heitsch ex-
plained. but added that all non-af-
filiated women are members of the
organization.
Nine To Be Initiated
To ThetaSigma Phi
Theta Sigma Phi, national honor-
ary professional journalism frater-
nity,, will hold initiation for nine
women at 4 p.m. today in the League,
according to Marion Holden, '37,
president.
They are: Betty Strickroot, '38,
Barbara Lovell, '38, Helen Douglas,
'38, Josephine Cavanagh, '37, Eliza-
beth Bingham, '37, Esther Johnson,
'37, Lois King, '37, Harriet Hatha- I
way, '37, and Elizabeth Wills, '37.

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The Lawyers imported a good band from Detroit for their Fall Formal
Saturday night ... also saw many importations in the way of dance steps
... Jim Miner and Virginia Barry occupied one corner with the "Amherst
Amble," while Gail Everst and Harvey Scholten did the "Hope College Hop"
up and down the length of the ball room . . . Bea DeVine and Kerin
Kennedy were among the dancers ... and we noticed another Law School
co-ed who broke away from the iron grasps of the books, Margaret MacKee
... Margaret was the guest of Dick Ubank.. .
Martha Cook was well represented as usual by Virginia Wyatt, Maureen
Palmer and Barbara Wykes who were the guests of Marion Yoder, former
president of the Law Club, Bud Verdier and Cliff Christenson respectively
... After the next Law Club tea there will probably be more Martha Cook
women at the Law Club dances . . . some fun those tea dances . . . Out
around the punch bowl.we noticed Edna Hamil with Art Batten . . . Edna
looked stunning in a dark blue satin formal with an American Beauty velvet
Cash ... Leaning against the desk were Josephine Baily of Detroit and Hous-
ton Wood ... who recently organized the Order of the Cuff for those forgetful
Lawyers who charge things at his store ...
At the refreshment table in the dimly lighted cathedral-like dining roomi
was Barbara Leidy talking to Tony Yocum ... Jean Hanson and John Rich-I
ardson were enjoying a good laugh evidently at the expense of Sandy Weld-
man who enjoyed the fun as much as the others ... Saw Ginny Snell and
Francis Geohy gathered around for some punch . . . some of the others!
at the dance were Jean Lee and Jim Mahaffee, Janet Ladd and Jerry Stoet-;
zer, Irene Wakeman and Chester Fairbanks, Harriet Heath and Stek McCal-
lum and Mary Jane Mueller and John McCarthy.. . It was a grand dance
as the Law Club parties always are . . .
Exodus To Columbus ..'.
Mentioned before, did I not, that Ann Arbor was minus a great many
of its illustrious students over the week-end ... though we were not among
the fortunate ones in Columbus we hear that they had a wonderful time .f..
On the train going down Mary Adams and Muriel Hassard stepped into the
club car to have a belated lunch . . . at the station we hear that Betty Grif-
fith, Charlene Vallet, Mary Lou Schwendt and Betty Wahl had quite a
struggle t9 get a cab . . . There were about four thousand at the Home-
Coming dance in the field house at Columbus, including several Michigan
men and women . . . Billie Andrus was there, and Ginny Jackson, Bud
Haines and Carl Fischer ...
Saturday's game was attended by 54,201 or so the radio announcer told
us ... Braving the sleet and hail storm were two wheel-horses of campus
politics, Vince Butterly and Bob VanderPyle . . . under the stands between
the halves Avis Day and Bob Space were seen eating hot-dogs, that best
of football foods . . . Other fortunate students at the game were Mary
Skinner, Bud Lundahl, Lee Shinar, Bill Morganthayler . . . Tommy Mackay,
Mary Helen Hurley, and Dorothy Shutt who attended with Bob Trimbey-...

and Helen Harp, '39. Members of the dancing choruses
for the Sophomore Cabaret to be
ate given Dec. 4 and 5 in the League, will
Late Permissio present a varied aspect of the race
track atmopshere, according to Bar-
For S h Prom bara Heath, chairman. In the floor
shore of "The Derby" will be horses,
jockeys and a stable boy.
Granted W om en Stomping in horse fashion will be
the horse dance which will include
IM. K. Adams, Virginia Osterman,
Late permission will be granted all Ann Gifford, Becky Bursley, Marian
women attending the Soph Prom, it Baxter, Jean Holland, Betty Boni-
was announced yesterday by Dean steel, Betty Spangler, Eleanor Smith,
Bursley. Instead of being held from Charlene Vallet, Jean Rheinfrank,
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. as originally an- Marian Smith and Jane Giesecke.
nounced, the prom will be held from As a specialty number, Charlotte
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, Dec. 11 Poock, will do a stable boy dance.
in the Union Ballroom. Charlotte has originateld all the
Ticketsfor the prom, which vent dances for "The Derby" and is chair-
on sale Saturday will be limited to man of the entertainment commit-
350, according to David Drysdale, tee

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general chairman. They will be held
in the sophomore class until Dec. 1,
after which date they will go on gen-
eral sale.
Tickets may be purchased from
committee members or at the Union
desk, Drysdale said. They are priced
at $2.50.
The Soph Prom, which is to be
a formal ball, will be the first of
the class dances. Barney Rapp and
his New Englanders, who are now
playing at the automobile show in
Detroit, have been secured.
Rapp will feature Ruby Wright,
formerly with the Broadway revue
"Music in the Air" and the orches-
tra's trio.
All the profits from the prom will
be turned over to the dorm fund with
the hope that the other class dances
will follow suit, Drysdale said last
week.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Le Cercle Francais will meet at
7:45 p.m. today instead of tomorrow
as was previously announced in the
League.
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"Glorified jockeys" who will ap-
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Lavan, Catherine LeVine, Marjorie
Link, Jane Lyon, Marcia Connell, and
Magna Mountford.
FOUR NEW PLEDGES
Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, national honorary musical sor-
ority, pledged four women recently
at the home of Mrs. Samuel Dana,
a patroness of the sorority. Patricia
Haff, '39SM, Pelham Manor, N.Y.,
Beryl Harrison, '39SM, St. Louis,
Mich., Mary McCrory, '39SM, Quincy,
Ill., and Lou White, '37SM, Peters-
burg, Va., are the new pledges.
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