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r. 6, 1936


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The Trimrose
Michigan men and Michigan women found .many places to dally this
week-end along the Primrose Path . . and they were gay places filled with
fun and laughter. . of coairse one stop along the Path wasn't quite so much
fun . . needless to mention that was the stop from two to four Saturday
afternoon out at the Stadium . . but any way we still have great hopes for
next Saturday
S.A.E.'s At League. ..
Now to go back to Friday night . . . the League was filled with people
celebrating the end of the first week of classes and filled with hopes for
the coming game . . . the orchestra played the "Victors" and "Varsity" and
everyone stood and sang and cheered and had a wonderful time . We
noticed a table of S.A.E.'s and their dates . . the table was originally for
sixteen but due to Panhellenic rules it was separated into two tables for
eight. .. George Trendle and Margaret Tichner and.Bob Emmett and Mary
Jan Dans stood and sang lustily with Ellen Thompson and Pat Patterson . .
at the next table Stephanie Parfet and Bill Wreford . . . John Steere and
Bill Small and Peggy Van Vleck and John Call lent their voices to the
song .. .
The League is very tricky this year with its mirrors and indirect lighting
:Muriel Hasserd and Frank Huseman were dancing over near the
orchestra to watch the piano player's agile fingers in the mirror over the
eyboard ... Walter Jensen and Adeline Singleton paused to watch them
too . .. We also noticed one couple who had a novel way of dancing
it .was very tricky . .. Veloz and Yolanda style . . . sorry we couldn't get
their names-they passed too quickly. . . keep your eyes out for them . . .
maybe it is a new Michigan custom . . .
-Many Alutni Return.. .
Again the well-known Chubbs opened its doors to Michigan students . - .
it was a grand opening . . . good music.. . lots of people and much hilarity
. . . At a table near the floor were Betty Ronal and Fred Buesser with
Marian Fitzgerald and Bob Henoch . .. At the same table were Betty Sin-
clair and Bud Smith . . .Later they were joined by Graf Sharpe and Chuck
Kennedy . . Busy discussing the game were Mary Gies, Gary Bunting,
Betty Shaffer and Dick Oliver . . . Out on the floor we noticed Dora Ann
Day with Russ Cole and Ginny Jackson and Al Little .
Saturday night found Michigan's pseudo-night club just as crowded
. . It .was amazing the number of alumni that returned for the first
game of the season.. . . Tom Kleene . . . last year's editor of The Daily
was back . . . and we spotted Ann Timmons on the dance floor . . . Honey
Rietdyk and George Wanty were greeting old friends at their table . . . we.
also saw Mary Morgan and Henry Holliday . . . Lucille Johnston and Larry
Evans .. . Lucille Betz. . . Marge Kress. and John Long . .. Ruth Laing
and Jim Douglas . .. Jane Edmondson and King Louis...
The Lawyers were there in great numbers . .. and both the Alpha Delts
and the Dekes had long tables . . . Al Plummer and Virginia Spray were
chatting with Herb Nadeau and Marjorie Link . . . All in all it was a
wonderful reunion at Michigan's rendezvous - - -
And Then The Uin. . .
Football rivalries being temporarily laid aside, State and Michigan stu-
dents and alumnae flocked to the Union, Saturday night . . . Freshmen and
upperclassmen discovered that that was the place to go . . . Like began at '40
at the Union . .. Among the freshmen initiated into the Union gaiety
were Patty Haislip . . . looking most attractive in a black taffeta dress with
an emerald green figure . .. Patty was with Harold Strickland . . . Jean
McKay danced by with Jim Halligan .. . and Genevieve Thom .. . with
Glen Morris stopped to chat with Ruth Dilman and Jack Thom . . .
We noticed Priscilla Smith and Ed Wells dancing to Bill Porter's orchestra

To Play At Formal

Lateness Rules
Are Altered By
Couneil Action

Assembly To Alter
Zoning System For
SUnaffilia ted Group

Because of the increase in the
number of women's league houses
Maryanna Chockley States this year from 30 to 60, a meeting
New ,uings To Group was held last night in the Under-
Ograduate office of the League to plan
Of House Chaperones a re-zoning of all independent wom-
A change in the rules regarding en on campus.
latenesses as laid down by the Ju- From each of the zones three rep-
diciary Council of the League was resentatives will be chosen to sit on
announced last night at a meeting of the Assembly board and one to act as
28 new league house chaperones,
which was held in the Grand Rapids thlc chairman, it wasannounce
room of the League, by Mary Andrew, '37, president of
Maryanna Chockley, '37, head ofAseby
the Judiciary Council,\ pointed out Present at the meeting were Miss
that the fifth lateness of the semes- Marie Hartwig, Miss Ethel A. Mc-
ter or the seventh of the year would Cormick, social director of the
be reported to the council. This is to
supplant rule No. 5 under the head- League, Kate Landrum, '37, president
ing, "Penalties," in the house rules of W.A.A., Mary Ellen Heitsch, '37,
for undergraduate women, Miss Helen Jesperson, '38 and Miss An-
Chockley said. The purpose of the drew.
amendment is to prevent the great Next week a meeting of the presi-i
number of latenesses which usually dents of all the league houses will be
pile up at the last of every semester, held. The purpose of the gathering
and to make them cumulative for will be to explain the Assembly and
the entire year. its activities. The zone meetings, to

Today has been set as the dead-
To Begin At League line for all entries in the womens
singles tennis tournament, according
to Hope Hartwig, '38. The draw will
The first of the new series of danc- be posted tomorrow and the first
ing classes for beginners will be held round must be played by 6 p.m. Sat-
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight in the urday.
League ballroom, it was announced
yesterday by Miss Ethel A. McCorm- TO HOLD CLUB SING
ick, social director of the League. The Ann Arbor Woman's club will
A nominal fee of $3 is to be charged hold a club sing at 1:15 p.m. today,
for the course, consisting of eight at the conclusion of which they will
lessons to be given Tuesday nights. hold their regular meeting.

Ben Pollack and, his orchestra,
who recently entertained at the
Congress Hotel in Chicago, will
play at the Beta Theta Pi formal
to be held Oct. 16 in the Union
ballroom. This dance will be the
first open all-campus dance to be
sponsored in Ann Arbor by a so-
cial fraternity.
Thomas, Lawton
Wedding Held
Saturday Night
The wedding of Sue Thomas, '36,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Thomas, of Dayton, Ohio, and George
Lawton, '35, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Fred
Lawton, of Royal Oak took place at
8:30 p.m., Saturday, at the First
Presbyterian Church of Dayton.
Attending Miss Thomas as maid of
honor was her sister Charlotte.
Mr. Lawton's best man was Mr.
William Miller of Detroit. The ush-
ers were Mr. William Warner of
Ann Arbor, Mr. Elliot Swank of Day-
ton, Mr. Robert Schlemann of Day-
ton, and Mr. Warren Seeley of De-
Mrs. Lawton is affiliated with Delta
Gamma sorority and was very active
on campus, leading Panhellenic Ball,
being a committee chairman for
JGP, and holding the office of sec-
retary of her class. Lawton is a
member of Trigon fraternity and
was president of his class. His fath-
er is co-author of the Michigan song,
"Varsity," and the couple were mar-
ried on the 25th anniversary of the
writing of that song.

Problems in respect to the organiz-
ing of the new league houses were
discussed at the meeting, conducted
by Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Miss
Jeannette Perry, assistants to the
dean of women. The electing of the
house presidents was explained along
with the undergraduate house rules,
sign-out slips, quiet hours, and con-
tracts. Questions were answered by
Miss Chockley inhan effort to famil-
iarize the new chaperones with the
zoning plan through which indepen-
dent women are organized and to ac-
quaint them with Assembly.
Set Date For First
Archb.ry Club Meet
It has been decided that the wom-
en's archery club will shoot in a group
at least once each month, Sept. 17
being the date set for the first meet-
ing, according to Barbara Eppstein,
'39, women's archery manager.
Two rounds will be shot and shoot-
ing will continue during the indoor
season. A ladder tournament is an-
other activity of the group which is
planned for the near future.h s
Affiliation with the state archery
club as a junior group is being con-
sidered and plans along that line
will be announced later.

elect representatives will also be an-
nounced at the meeting.

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in the smaller but less crowded room on the third
and Jack Dorsay . . . both transfer students .. .
good place to dance ... .

floor . . . Phyllis Miner
also found this room a

Back to the main ballroom, we noticed Fran Everard and Jimmy Moi . . .
Fran had on a stunning black dinner dress with a black and white figured
jacket. . . And we watched Rosemary McKay and Norm Smith dance by ...
Among the hundreds of couples on the floor, were noticed Margaret Carrigan
and.Lloyd Rolland. .. Jo Ann Brace and Birum Campbell ... and Dorothy
Rice and Morris Steere.
Just as the red lights were slowly ,changing to blue, we went to the
porch and got a glimpse of Peggy Cleland and Jack O'Dell . . . two of our
noble class of '40 . . . Peggy was looking lovely in a green silk afternoon
dress trimmed with a silver belt, and being a good Bostonite, she was sipping
a Boston cooler ... and so the class of '40 met the Union ... only those who
were there can know . . . even if there was a bit of pushing and pulling
near the cloakroom . .

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