TUESDAY, OCT. 12, 1937
THE MICHIGAN D-A.ILY
THE MTCITTGAN DAILY
it IAnnual Cabaret Two Weddiniis
Knight 7ate P t Positions Open. Of Graduates
By MARIANNE For PetitioningMade Knownt
"Put your right foot forward and mark time, and Sally and Johnny will .1
shine, oh shine" . . . "truck on down and shag away," were all you couldj Sophomores May Petition Ca iEherine Sellew Marries
hear this week-end >. . the whole student body staged a revolution in one 4at L)r. George T. McKeank
uf the favorite diversions of a college career . ..the League and Union were.a.nn Undergraduate Office( n Local eremy
taken by storm . . . dancing has taken on an entirely new slant . . . if you U errda fic )s I lwl eelo y
can't do the Big Apple, shag or do the Sissy Breeches you're practically Chi Psi fraternity today announced
Big Petitioning for central committee the marriages of two of its mem-
positions for Sophomore Cabaret will "rrbers. both graduates of the Univer-1
But the strange thing about it. . . there doesn't seem to be any objection be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thurs- sity.
by the more reserved individuals who might naturally scoff at such doings day and Friday in the Undergraduate "tf -°j Catharine Mary Sellew, daughter
everybody's doing it.. . from the prim little miss to the most enthusiastic Office of the League, it was an- Y ": of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sellew,
danseuse . . . who would try any step once . . .and it's really fun, we'll all nounced yesterday by Angelene Mal- and Dr. George Thomas McKean, son
agree to that . . . Friday was one of the gayest and most informal evenings I iszewski, '38,.head of Judiciary Coun- of Mrs. George E. McKean of the
the League and Union have ever seen . . . if you didn't go in feeling like cil. Wardell in Detroit, were married at 4
a million you certainly left in a happy mood . . . the first show started at All transfer women are urged to p.m. Saturday at Eavescote, the home
apply for these offices, Miss Mals- of the bride's parents. The ceremony
10:30 in the League Ballroom zewski said. Interviewing of all ap- was performed by the Rev. Henry
plicants by the council will take place *p Lewis. of St. Andrew's Episcopal
Praise Allah And Hi-De-Ho .. . Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of'Paris Church, Ann Arbor.
So everybody gathered round and Charlie Zwick swung into the "Big next week. The exact times are to be Oren? flys' The bride wore ivory chiffon vel-
Apple" . . . and such swinging from then on in . . . suddenly we saw Char- vet with a sweeping train of bro-
lotte Poock and John Kollig come shagging in from one corner . . . then The bsitonTopen fopLeagtioning Iohcadedvelvetfromgradmot ethe wedgedg dress
Harniet Shackleton, in a gay plaid jacket, come out with John Reed .. are those of general chairman, as- to the floor with old family pointe
and soon Margaret Cram and Bob Winter, Alys Pierce and Jim Cole were sistant chairman, and heads of the f N Luxu ( lace, fell from a coronet halo of the
all into the swing of it . . . Marie Sawyer and Doug Gregory were leading publicity, costume, decoration, music, r same lace. Mrs. William A. Scott,
them off to a "swing high, swing low" and then the fun began . . . the circle tickets, hostess, dance and program of Kalamazoo, was the matron of
formed and each couple took their turn . . . but 'tis wrong to say the committees. By SUE POTTER honor and wore vineyard green chif-
show ended there . . . everyone started doing it then .. . if you didn't have The Sophomore Cabaret, an annual The Paris openings in September fon velvet with a high bodice and
your own little circle, you found a corner to try it by yourself . . . Dot class project,, will be held at the rf this year gave birth to a new bracelet-length sleeves.
Lavan and Hal Benham were doing a bit of trucking now and then League. Performances are given Fri- eDr. E. Thurson Thieme served as
day afternoon, Friday night, Satur- period of luxury in women s fashions. best man and Dr. Richard M. Mc-
Bamby Bucherle and Dick Goldcamp were looking on, intently day afternoon and Saturday night. Paradoxically, this period has also Kean and Robert E. McKean of De-
interested in all that happened . . . we saw Jane Hardy and Burt Reedy The opening afternoon and night of brought along extreme simplicity in troit were ushers.
wandering about during intermission carrying some form of pet animal the Cabaret is traditionally held in coiffures and make-up. Dr. McKean, who graduated from
which had suddenly found its way up from the Undergrad Office conjunction with the annual League Winte ralways demands a return to the University in 1929 attended the
downstairs . . . Janet Burns and Chuck Coe found the League a good Fair at which various booths are run Harvard medical school, where he
spot for entertainment too . . . and Phyllis Gallagher and Bill Speicer by campus organizations and honor heavy materials and elaborate styles, was affiliated with Nu Sigma Nu.
societies. but this year the cycle seems to have Mrs. McKean attended the Baldwin
seemed to be greatly amunsed at the Big Apple. . . in the lobby we saw
Committees Chosen Later swung back into the prosperous days School in Bryn Mawr.
ee uy d uc on io oA specific program and a floor of the Gay Nineties. Heavy velvets, Madeleine Elinor Germain of An-
music and dancing . . . Becky Bursley and Dave Under- show are regular features of the Cab- sequins, brocades, metal cloths and gola, Ind.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
down were there too, and we heard Dotty Baxter q Iaret and sophomore women act as slipper satin have been made into Edward F. Germain ,and Harry V.
and Johnny Cummiskey requesting "Stardust," as hostesses for dancing in the Ball- daring evening gowns. Collins, 'Jr., '36, son of Mr. and Mrs.
we danced by. The show was in great demand so room. Hard-To-Wear Styles Harry V. Collins of Birmingham,
at 11:30 we followed the troupe over to the Union ® Petitioning for committee offices Costume suits are luxuriously were married Sunday, Sept, 26 at the
for another "super presentation" . . . and it really went under the various heads will be held trimmed with furs. Astonishing bride's home in Angola.
over in a big way . . . in fact, so big that the hearty in the near future, according to Miss gloves, feather hair ornaments and
applause demanded a "repeat" . . . and they gave Maliszewski.tl sdapes ineveils are among
shag and try that Susy-Q again" . . . Dotty Barrett iX P e stles and sti e dressed in started For Members
and Frank Kennedy were watching on . . . and we good taste is a touchy thing to at-
saw Dotty Shipman with Bud Lundahl following suit 77tempt. A high-crowned hat trimmed The official membership drive of
Shuann Welsh and Ed D'Aprix were a bit on the Oonte Conest with ribbon and veils is very effective the Hillel Foundation began Sunday
embarrassed side . .. when Bob Steinle called for vol- if worn on top of a page-boy bob. evening under the direction of Mar-
unteers and they were the only two to respond . . . A plain hairdress displays ornaments tin Dworkis, '40.
ut you should have seen their mile of victory as Announce for evening much better than a head The drive is to be carried on by
Bth yo dance do wha shinyt"bigapple "f victory afull of curls. members of the Hillel Council, each
The new taproom seems to be THE place to go be- Vogue magazine recently an- Precise Make-up Needed member to be assigned to a'fraternity,
nounced the third "Prix de Paris"- Mainbocher has a black veil with sorority, dormitory, or a group of
tween dances at the Union . . The Lambda Chi's were very much in a h - .rIsu ebo pinted on i. Whieroming huses
k~~~~UI 'd-eisequinoe t ~-~ eyerow painte "n itWhl roin 'u
Prof. F. D. Curtis To Give 141 Women Barred
Freshminw Study Lecture Fromi iaeeCIass
The "How to Study" lecture series
for freshmen will begin at 7:15 p.m. No freshman woman is allowed to
tomorrow in Room 25, Angell Hall. take the dancing lessons which are
The first lecture will be Liven by gthe'League nor may
Prof. Francis D. Curtis of the School being offered at
of Education. It will last about an they assist in the teaching, accord-
hour and will deal with EMethods of ing to Angelene Maliszewski, '38, head
Textbooks,'"~How To Secure the Es- jof the Judiciary Council.
sential Facts from a Lecture,"' and - The reason for such a refusal was
"Concentration While Studying."
, ocnrto WieSuyn. based upon 'the fact that the danc ng
This lecture is being arranged by base une ct a th extra-
Paul Buckley, '39, and Margaret Fer- I classes are considered as an extra-
ries, '38, of the Men's and Women's curricular activity by the council,
Orientation committees. respectively. Miss Maliszewski said, adding that
next semester, after the scholastic
J.G.P. SCRIPTS DUE TODAY average have been ascertained, fresh-
All scripts or ideas for the 1938 men may participate.
Junior Girls Play have to be The class for beginning dancers will
tuined in today at the Under- be held at 7 p.m. today in the League
graduate Office of the League or Ballroom, followed by one for ad-
given to Miss Chissus. vanced and intermediate dancers at
18 pm. today.
KNAPP'S Colon Ia
evidence at the center table . . . We noticed Jack MacLeod and Bud members of the senior classes of this would hardly be the thing to
Simmons juggling cokes and sundaes while Roger Bradley rounded up accredited colleges and universities wear to the Union, it serves to illus-
chairs for the "gang." throughout the country. trate a point. Definite, precise make-
Dancing wasn't all that took place this week-end . . . footballs were This contest gives the two winners! up is needed to show up from behind
in the air again (and just once too many times for Michigan) . . . an opportunity to enter the field of a veil. But it should be essentially
but even though we had to go to Chicago to see the action, there was fashion through extensive study in simple; the pimt beug not to paint
plenty of spirit right here in town . . . radios were tuned to the game (as Paris. Afterwards these women, if the natural features.b Wde eyebrows
soon as they could get the World Series off the air) . . . and a good ey ave been successful and have lend more depth to a face than a thin
game it was . . . the 1:13 train 'Friday afternoon was packed with lucky shown talent and ability, become
members of Vogue's staff.M penciled line. Full lips painted a
students . . . and the band; whose members kept up a constant trail rosy-red, a soupcon of cheek rouge,
from coach to baggage car to keep their shiny instruments in polish The competition for this reward is softly mascared eyelashes and a skin-
ithe form of a series of six quizzes toned powder are all that any woman
we saw Marcia Connell with Russ Strickland talking to Don Barnes and a thesis. The first quiz of the needs.
and Sam Perry on the train . . . Jane Giesecke, Margaret Macbeth contest will appear in the November
and Janet Park were having loads of fun getting themselves situated 1st issue of Vogue. To be eligible forI
for a long ride ... a prize, entrants must have the an- Athletic Maia s Tea
swers to this quiz and entrance
Flash! Cinders Whet Kipke Appetite. . . blanks in the magazine office on or Will Be Held Touorrow
before midnight of November 20th.
Arriving in Chicago the true spirit descended and as the kickoff No late entries will be accepted ac- All league house athletic man-
started the game . . . we saw Mary Mae Scoville ,Mary McClure and Bunty cording to Miss Edna Woolman agers are invited to a tea at 4:15 p.m.
Bain6scurrying into the stadium . . . Bob VanderPyl, Erle Whetsell Chase, editor-in-chief of Vogue. tomorrow in the Women's Athletic
and Bob Christie were all there, too . . . and rumor has it that Coach The rules of the contest and an Building, announced Ruth Hartman,
Kipke was having a terrible time keeping himself from munching entry blank will be published in the 39 ,W.A.A. intramural manager.
cinders, due to the scarcity of grass along the sidelines.. Fredy Martin October 15th issue of Vogue and may, The purpose of this tea is to or-
at the Aragon Ballroom Saturday night . . . played the "Victors" at least also be obtained from the office of ganize the league house zones, said1
twice, so we hearo. S . and ended the evening's dancing with the same the Dean of Women. Miss Hartman. Zone captains will be1
telected and it is hoped that the or-
tune . . . Newton Ketcham and Rex Latham, both in the band, were ganization can get under way in time
greatly impressed with this, and we don't blame them. Whipping back Marian DUrell To Speak for the volleyball tournament which
to Ann Arbor that evening we dashed into the Ph)V At League On Thursday begins next Monday.
Hillel is not an:exclusively religious
organization, according to Ronald
Freedman, '39, student assistant to
Dr. Bernard Heller. Radio dances are
held every Saturday night, and dance
recordings are available nightly to
anyone wishing to dance. Sunday af-
ternoon teas will be held from time
The date for the first meeting of
the new Assembly Board, planned for
yesterday, has been postponed indefi-
nitely ,it was announced recently by
Helen Jesperson, '38, president of As-
sembly, organization for non-affiliat-
"Although those who have peti-
tioned have already been inter-
viewed," Miss Jesperson said, "we
must first check into their eligibility
before we can name the 40 who are
to be members of the board."
The names of those who will be on
the board and the date of the first
meeting will be announced later this
week, according to Miss Jesperson.
BeaPi house . . . where re ey were giving a dance,
w and we saw Ruth Moore and Jack Graham talking with
Ellen Clancy and Frank Forsyth ... Phyl Bennett and
Rodney Lowe were there and we saw them talking
between dances with Sally Manthei and Godfrey
Stobbe . . . That night at the Union they were bring-
ing back the Big Apple and offering anyone who
Miss Marian Durell, director of
nursing in the University hospital
school of nursing, will speak at the
October meeting of the Ann Arbor
District Nurses' association to be held
at 8 p.m. Thursday at the League.
The subject of her talk will be the
international conference of nurses'
associations which she attended in
London, England this summer.
could truck out in front of the band . . . actually collected an honest to
goodness rosy red apple . . .
Tommy O'Neil and Mary Louise Mills were "truckin' on down"
and Muriel Hess and Frank Southon were simply whirling through
space . . . as were Ruthie Calkins and Art Troyt. Caught just a glimpse
of Audrey Glazier and Allen Sorenson, Rae Johnson and Jim McCracken
. Jim O'Brien and Margaret Myers simply refused to join the
truckers and continued to glide undisturbed . . . Eleanar Swan af"
John McKee were there and we also saw Betty Keppler and Frank
Langstrom having a grand time.
i Toe, tap, acrobatics
Vaught daily. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
"'" "'2nd Floor. Open eves.
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