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Knight 7 cDate
Date Of Third
Is March 25'
A ND NOW that you are all "paid-off":. and the gals are once more
square With the world... we can start from scratch and work up to
n; xt year's Pa~yoff ... with another sweater and skirt shuffle . .. Here's to
M nrtakboard andttheir great success . . They really had the lassies worked
u- into a good state of "conscience" . . much to the delight of many a
irtie, and now you know how it seems to be the fun-provider for a
cr ange . . . Payoff was one of the week-end's highlights but not quite the
"'%) only social fling . . . 'cause Sphinx and Triangle got
" O. together and had a "smoothie" party at the Huron
" Hills Country Club . . the Union had their regular
- dances . . . and there were several house dances and
parties on the calendar.
Jimmy Raschel and his orchestra brought many a
fast and furious number forth for the Payoff Friday
night . . so many in fact, that we scarce could keep
up the merry pace to see wno was who ... Ella Stowe
and Tom Reed looked as though they were wishing
there were only half tie crowd, so they really could
dance in more than one small spot . . . and we saw
M try Minor and Loren Mesel in the "shuffle" . . . . Ruth Dillman was all
rc ady to "pay-off" Johnny Richardson, when we spied her standing at the
h ad of the stairs, fumbling for the ticket (and we might add, being a bit.
oi the embarrassed side) ...
But all ended well, and the lost was found . . . Stephanie Parfet was escort-
ing San Ladd . . . and really took the matter in all seriousness, for she was
le <ding San in her version of the latest in dance steps. . . O'course the dance
w: sn't complete without the Big Apple . . and Charlotte Poock and Don
B rnes were trucking around while the others watched on . . . Jean Lee
a itd Ed D'Aprix, Bamby Boucherle and John Kollig, Dot Lavan and Bob
X nter, Ronnie Stilson and Wally Myers were all in the side lines-marking
tine . . . Mary Gies and Ii Collins came in with some friends, later in the
evening... and Dotty Shipman was taking Bud Lundahl for an evening's,
Lost Tickets And Everything . . .
Downstairs in the lobby, wandering aTound during the dance and at
intermission, were Betsy Baxter, and Frank Lathrop, Kay Forberg and
Frank Wilkinson . . . and in and out of the Undergrad office numerous I
tines wereJanet Allington and Herb Adams . . . Janice Jackson and
H nk Homes were in the Grill, sipping cokes at intermission and Ginny I
Tlesfield and John Strayer left their table just as we came in . . .Alys
Perce was waiting in the lobby for Jim Cole.. . and Betty Hill was another
of those who were slightly befuddled, when it came to searching for the
S'cet to give the m'ian at the door . .. Barb Telling was there with Hank
Huston, but Saturday found Betty in the hospital for an appendectomy
(s; eedy recovery, Betty) . . . So we've all settled our debts, and had a good
tics+e doing it.
1UT OFF TO HURON HILLS, where Sphinx and Triangle were having
. their party.. . The Club was all in, readiness, and everyone was cordially
gr-eted at the door. . . Phyl Elder and Wally Hook were there ... and having
a ;reat time... going into the room where the dancing was in full swing, we
pr sed Carli Voight and Dick Fox, who had just arrived. . . Mary Mooney and
Cl trles Kettler were downstairs, at the intermission, getting a bit oft
re'eshment . . . and Mary Margaret Thomas and Jack Thom soon I
jo. ed the gathering "below" . . . Nancy Dal and Goff Smith were there
... and Marietta Killian and Bob Reid were doing the evening in a "big"
wt y . .. Martha Mosier and Dave Laing were with the party too . . . and we
sa r Betty Spangler there with John McFate ... Some came stag, and others
we just couldn't keep tab on . . . but more that were there, were Don Beden
ar: . Barbara Backus, Ham, Morris, Charles Jacobson and Sally Eschbach,t
w o was with Carl Clements. . . Ann Dredge and Walt Peckinpaugh were
da icing practically the whole evening long . . . and Jane Jewitt and Texe
St ,nton were talking with Bettie Schuele and Spike Nelson between dances.-
Sinter Sports Galore..
Saturday brought around the hockey game, the track meet and a goodly
sn w storm again . . . So many trekked off to the Arboretum to try their
luc k on skis... Erla Dodge was out in a gay ski suit, ready for fun. . . andt
so was Sally Connery, but not quite ready for the spill that was to come
Consequently, Sally came back with a banged up feeling and a couplea
of aroken bones, but looking quite chipper again yesterday ... At the hockeyI
ga tne, we saw Harriette Babcock, Reed Alexander, Tiny Blodgett and Bill
Fc °cey-watching the game intently . . . Betty Ronal and Freddy Buesser
we °e there to see the "best game of the year" . . . and Betty Ward was there
wi h Jim Tracy.
A RECESSION DANCE was given at the Pi Lambda Phi house Saturday
night ...and much fun was the evening's outcome . . . Irv MathewsP
ar d Connie Bothman were there .. . and were admiring the costumes ofc
Dc ttie Glass and Bob David, which took first prize . . . Janet Shiffman andf
Be 'nard Schweid were there in good spirits and4
Ar ene Frank was there with Sonny HoffmanF
The Union was another good spot this week-F
eni . . . Least, everyone was having fun . . .
Libby Unti and Johnny Center were whipping
arund ... but stopped in front of the orchestra
to ;alk with Marguerite McQuillan and Kastic2
August and request a few numbers . . . Jeanf
Ly in and Bob Philikins were coming up to
wa Lch one of Steinle's novelty numbers as weP
da -ced by ... and Iva Lunberdickey and Dick
We atherston seemed to be enjoying "it very
much ... Carolyn Beltramini and Warren Hast-
&,s were also in the dancing crowds ...
The Alpha Epsilon Phi house was suddenly converted into a veritable
"o: phanage fun house" Saturday night . .. when they gave their Kiddie
Party ... Ruth Friedman and Wally Green, Madeline Kaufman and Bob
Cann were sitting on the floor, having a fast game of "Pick-Up-Sticks" ..
ar d on the other side -of the room were Betty Jane Sive and Mel Barnett,
dr .ssed as babies, enjoying a cut-throat game of "Jacks" with Jaros Jedel
an d Don Stein, who were dressed as the neighborhood rowdy and his girl
frij nd ... Ruth Frank and Bob Khun,... Fran Herzenberg, Ray Kempner,
V .nie Cooper and Morris Rieger were in a huge circle ... playing "Farmer
in the Dell"
To keep on Your Side
of the Road
DRINK M IL K
Dance Will Be At Union;
Chester Shelly, James
McColloch In Charge
The (third annual Capitalist Ball,
given by the School of Business Ad-
ministration, will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. March 25 in the Union
The dance will be open for the
general student body for the first,
time this year, according to James
McCulloch, '38BAd, and Chester'
Shelly, '39BAd, co-chairmen.
Donald Dunnabeck, '38BAd, and
Theodore Miller, '39BAd, are on the
floor committee, while Julian Good-
man, '38BAd, and William Shaw,
'38BAd, are in charge of publicity.
The ticket committee consists of John
Doelle, '38BAd, Janet Lambert,
'39BAd. Robert Halsted, '38BAd, and
Jay Troxel, '39BAd, are on the music
Because the entire student body
may attend, an all-campus vote will
be held to decide the orchestra in the
near future. A list of orchestras to
be voted upon will be announced lat-
Frank Brown, '37BAd, and Robert
Halsted, '38BAd, were co-chairmen1
of last year's ball. It took place May'
8 and Russ Rollins' orchestra played.
Patrons and patronesses, and dec-
orations will be announced later.
Guests For Tea
Ne vman Club
More than 150 students were init-
iated into the Newman Club at its first
initiation which was held Sunday in
Donald Siegel, '39E, president, was 1
in charge of the initiation and pre-
sided at the banquet which'followed.
Prof. and Mrs. Edgar Durfee, Prof.
and Mrs. William McLaughlin, the
Rev. Fr. Thomas Carey and the Rev.
Fr. Clare Berry, student chaplain,
were guests of honor at the banquet.
Camillo D'Amico, Grad., assisted
Siegel with the initiation and An-!
gelene Maliszewsk, '38, social chair-
man, had charge of the banquet. The
Newman Club is a newly-formed or-
ganization of Catholic students on
List Will Include Many
Deans And Professors;
Headed By Ruthvens
Patrons and patronesses for Frosh
Frolic, to be held from 10 p.m. to 2
a.m. Friday in the Union Ballroom,
were announced yesterday by William
Rockwell, chairman of the committee.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the list. Others will include
Dean and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. E. H.
TICKETS GO ON SALEI
Tickets for Frosh Frolic, to be
held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday,
will be on sale throughout the
week at the Union desk it was an-
nounced by Edward Purman, tick-
et chairman. Identification cards
must be presented when tickets
are purchased and no one may
buy more than one ticket, it was
Will Continue sale J.P. Choruses
O Assembly all To Practice Today)
T ickets T his Week Practice for the dancing chorusf
for the 1938 Junior Girls Play wi
The ticket sale for the Assembly begin today, according to, Charlott
Ball to be held March 11 in the egPooin dayardn. Therlt
League Ballroom will continue this P lck, dance chairman. The de
week and next, according to Myrra Shirts will meet at 5 p.m. tody i
Short, '39, ticket chairman My the Garden Room at the League.
Marie McElroy, '39, will meet her, The women in the Changing of tl-
decorations committee at 4:30 p.m.Guard chorus will meet at 4:30 p.n
today in the Undergraduate offic of tomorrow, Miss Poock stated. A'
the League. The publicity committee members of this chorus should Vrn
will meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the their tap shoes.
Chic For March 21
Breakfast tickets are now on sale.
They may be bought from Mrs.
Clarke from 8 a.m. to noon and from
1 to 4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Goodlander's
office in the League. At any other
time they may be bought at the main
desk of the League. The breakfast,
which costs 25 cents plus tax, will be'
served promptly at 1 a.m. after the'
dance in the cafeteria. One person
should make reservations for all those
wishing to sit together, Eileen Ichel-
dinger, '38SM, announced.
Barney Rapp and his New Eng-
landers have been contracted to play
for the dance.
DANCE CLASSES MEET TODAY
The first in a series of eight danc-
ing classes for beginners and inter-
mediates will be held at 7 and 8 p.m.,
respectively, today in the League
Ballroom, Jean McConkey, '38, dance
chairman, announced recently.
The music committee will meet a
p.m. today, it was announced ue.
terday by Grace Wilson, chairmsi c.
the committee. At 4 p.m. todayt.:
program committee, of which Jan,
Holden is chairman, will meet. A
women on the program committe,
should bring money and the receipts
Kraus, Dean and Mrs. H. C. Ander-
son, Dean and Mrs. W. B. Rea, Dean
and Mrs. W. R. Humphr.ies, Dean
and Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Dr. and Mrs.
I H. W. Hessler, Prof and Mrs. J. H.
Hodges, Prof. and Mrs. G. E. Potts,'
Prof. and Mrs. H. D. Moore.
Prof. and Mrs. Preston Slosson,
Prof. Pul Cuncannon, Prof. and,
Mrs. Joseph Hayden, Mr. and Mrs.
Fielding H. Yost, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Crisler, Dr. William Brace, Dr. and
Mrs. Warren Forsythe, Prof. and Mrs.
Edward Brogg, Mrs. Laura Niles, Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Eichelberger, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Brackett, Mr. J. Bolt,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dietrick, Mr. J.
r Shroyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Sense-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Wells.
. E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Fourteen Student Groups '
.: f Te Cradle Soo
Will Also Be Honored Te
At Seventh In Series To Be Given Today
Five faculty members and then (!"The Cradle Song," a play by C.
wives will attend the seventh Ruthven I Martinex Sierra will be presented by
tea, to be held from 4 to 6 p.m. to-, the Drama Division of Ann Arbor
morrow at the President's home. Bar- Women's Club at 3:30 p.m. today at
bara Heath, '39, is in charge. Pattengill Auditorium of Ann Arbor
Prof. Earl V. Moore, of the School Look your best and "springiest, High School. The play is being given
of Mu:CIc, and Mrs. Moore, Prof. I Lo yubetyn sriget special arrangement with Samuel
1 alp u e1e1 of tls Mooe, o in a crislr white blouse topping off Fepca inee wh m
Ralph Ailerblouse laoppinoloan French of New York and is being di-
Mrs. Aigler, Prof. Charles Jamison, a youthful swingy skirt. Blouses are rected by Mrs. C. Merle Dixon.
of the School of Business Adminis- equally smart for sports and dress Mrs. Lawrence Hoffman is in
tration, and Mrs. Jamison; Prof. this year, the gayer colors being charge of costumes and will be assist-
James Pollock, of the political sci- best for sports and white and pas- ed by Mrs. Cone Lightall, Mrs. C. H.
ence department, and Mrs. Pollack tels being worn more for formal (Griffiths, and Mrs. Leslie Rittershaf-
and Prof. Arthur Cross, of the his- occasions; er. Miss Lodema Miller and Mrs. R.
tory department, are those invited. H. Davidson are in charge of proper-
Receive Special Invitations National Officer Honored ties. Ushers will be Mrs. William M.
Student groups which have been Laird, Mrs. Kennith Easlick, Mrs. C.,
given special invitations to attend' By Journaism Sorority H. Eaton, and Mrs. D. E. Standish.
the tea are:- Chi Psi, Pi Lambda Phi, Tickets 'to the play, priced at 25'
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Beta Delta Theta Sigma Phi, national honor- Iets ay be obtaned fro Mrs.
and Phi Epsilon Pi fraternites, a'nd a1y professional journalistic sorority, ton Hewitt.
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Omicron honored Mrs. Lucy Rogers Hawkins,
Pi, Kappa Delta and Delta Gamma national officer, at a breafast Sunday
sororities. Other groups are Adelia in the League. PLEDGINGS
Cheever House and orientation I Mrs. Hawkins is the editor of the Alpha Omicron Pi announces the!
groups 90 through 94. Matrix, official publication of the pledging of Margaret Triplett, '39Ed,
To Assist At Tea Table sorority. At the breakfast, Mrs. from Bluffton, O., and Blanche An-
Those who will pour are: Mrs.|! Hawkins discussed the unusual op- derson, '40P, from Bessemer.
Moore and Ruth Friedman, '38, presi- I portunities for women in journalism, Phi Sigma Sigma announces the'
dent of Alpha ,Epsilon Phi sorority, particularly in the field of radio, ad- pledging of Vivian Spiwak, '41 of
from 4 to 4:30 p.m.; Mrs. Jamison vertising and direct mail. Detroit.
and Charlotte Mitchell, '38, from Among the alumnae who attended
4:30 to 5 p.m.; Mrs. Aigler and Mrs. the breakfast were Miss Emily I
Pollock from 5 to 5:30 p.m.; and Grimes, president of the newly or-
Frances Baker, '38, and Jane Camp:-- ganized Detroit alumnae chapter
bell, '39, from 5:30 to 6 p.m. I Mrs. H. P. Marley and Marion Hold-
Dining room assistants, as an- f en.
nounced by Miss Heath are Barbara:I
Zapp, '40, and Jean Rheinfrank, '39, Kingston, '40, and Elaine Jacobs, '40,
from 4 to 5 p.m., and Jean Lee, '38, from 4 to 5 p.m., and Roberta Leete,
and Patricia Haislip, '40, from 5 to 6 '40 and Ruth Coler, '40, from 5 to 6!
p.m. Table assistants will be Anne p.m.
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