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October 16, 1937 - Image 5

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SAT3rDAY; OCT. 16, 19-0-


Assembly SetsI
Nov.-8 As Date
Of '37 Banquet
General Chairman Will Be
Miss McIntyre; Other
Chairmen Announced
The annual Assembly Banquet will'
be held at 6 p.m., Nov. 8, in the
League Ballroom, according to Helen
Jesperson, '38, president of Assembly,
organization for non-affiliated
Barbara McIntyre, '38, has been
appointed general chairman. Chair-j
man of the publicity committee is
Barbara Lovell, '38; the tickets chair-
man is Betty Jane Mansfield, '38;
Irene Sartor, '38A, is chairman of
the decoration committee and the
patrons committee chairman is Nan-
cy Kover, '38.

Name Committee
For Union Formal
Committeemen for the Union For-
mal, to be held Friday in the main
ballroom of the Union, were an-
nounced yesterday by Richard Fox,
'39, and James Hollinshd, '39. co-
chairmen of the dance.
Fred Luebke, '39, Donald Van Loon,
'39 and Horace W. Gilmore, '39, arel
on the publicity committee, and Ray
Downs, '39, and Eliot Robinson, '39,
make up the ballroom committee.
The patron's committee consists of
Paul Brickley, '39, and John Parker.
'39; and Don Belden, '39, and Carvel
Shaw, '39, make up the ticket com-
Tickets for the affair are now avail-
able at the main desk of the Union.
Today's Social
Calendar Lists

Bride Elect Announces Wedding Plans


Louise Breakey
And John Laing
To WedTodayt
Breakey Home To Be Scene'
Of Ceremony; Dr. Fisher
Of Detroit To Officiate
Louise S. Breakey, 32, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. James '. Breakey ofI
Ann Arbor, will wed John Curtis!
Laing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldj
J. Laing of Ypsilanti at 3 p.m. to-
day. The ceremony will be held at
the Breakey home in Barton Hills
with Dr. Frederick Bohn Fisher of
the Central Methodist Church of
Detroit officiating.
Miss Breakey's sister, Jane, who
attended the University, will act as
maid of honor. Mrs. Cameron Haight
29, of Ann Arbor, Mrs. Pierre V.
Heftler, '32, of Grosse Pointe and
Miss Frances Bryant of Dearborn are
to be the bridesmaids. Mr. Laing has
chosen his brother, Ronald, to act
as best man.
The bride will wear an ivory lace
dress with a diamond neckline and
long sleeves, pointed at the wrist. Her
oval lace train, covered by a tulle
veil, will fall from a bonnet of spun
!glass. She will carry a bouquet of
sun-kissed roses, lilies of the valley
and swansonia. The maid of honor
has chosen a gown of eiectra blue
slipper satin. She will carry a bou-
quet of chrysanthemums and del-
phinium. The bridesmaids will wear
sirmilar gowns in periwinkle blue.
They will wear flowers in their hair.
Mrs. Breakey, mother of the bride-
elect, has chosen a dress of royal
blue enlightened with touches of
silver. Mrs. Laing will wear black
velvet with gold trim.
Miss Breakey is affiliated with Col-
legiate Sorosis, as are Mrs. Heftler
and Mrs. Haight. Jane Breakey is
a member of Gamma Phi Beta. Mr.
Laing is a graduate of Rollins Col-
lege, Florida.

Utiiiiation Group wives
Honored At Ruthven Tea

Mrs. Alexander G. Rpthven enter-
tained yesterday at a tea for the wives The deadline fpr the consideration
of the men who are here for the Utili- of scares for the women's golf team
zaticn Group meeting. The wives of
the Forestry school faculty were also has been extended until Friday, Oct.
present. 22, according to an announcement
Mrs. George McCallum presided made yesterday by Mrs. Viola Han-
over a table decorated with red and ley, instructor of golf for women.
white roses and crystal candlesticks. All women interested in member-
Among the guests were Mrs. Harold ship on the team must hand their
Earle and Mrs. Stewart Earle of
Harmonsville, Mrs. H. G. Fuller of lowest scores in at the desk of the
Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Bruce Buell Women's Athletic Building before
of Amasa. that date.
--_ -_~ ~_-- _~_~~~ ~~

Represented Martha Cook
Miss McIntyre was the junior class 5I5ore ances
assembly representative from Martha !
Cook Building last year and also was Four fraternities and Alumnae
on, the costume committee of the House will hold parties today. The
Junior Girls' Play. She is a mem- Phi Rho Sigma pledge formal, one of
her of the social committee of the the first of the season,. will be held
League and is secretary of the Cerce from 8 to 11:30 p.m. today, accord-
Mrncis.oelhl uirpsto ing to LeRoy E. Bryant, '39, social
Mis Lvel hld jnio psitonchairman. The chaperons are Dr.
one The Daily staff last year, was a and Mrs. A. J. Poland and Dr. and
member of the League orientation Mrs. D. E. Sheldon. Music will be
and publicity committees. This year furnished by a Detroit orchestra and
she is a member of Senior Society refreshments will be served.
senior non-affiliated women's honor Following its informal football
society, and Mortarboard, national dance of last night, Phi Sigma Kappa
senior women's honorary society, is holding a tea dance after the game
Miss Mansfield was a member of today. This was announced by James
the entertainment committee for the MacDonald, '40, social chairman. t
1936 Prosh Project. She also has been Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Owen and'
a member of the theatre-arts com- Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Copley will
mittee of the League and has been chaperon Chi Phils informal dance
on the debating team. from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight this eve-
League Fair Chairman ning. Refreshments will be servedI
A member of last year's J.G.P. fi- and Bill Sawyer's orchestra will pro-
nance committee, Miss Sartor has vide the music, according to Dick Fox,
been active in League Fair work. She '39.

--Ann Arbor Daily News Photo.
Miss Breakey. bride elect, will be attended today by her sister, who
will act as maid of honor. Mrs. Cameron Haight, Mrs. Pierre Heftier
and Miss Fran.,s Bryant will be tht bridesmaids. Mr. Laing has chosen
his brother, Ronald, to act as best man. The bride will wear an ivory
lace dress with an oval train. A tulle veil will fall from a bonnet of spun
glass. She will carry a bouquet of roses, lilies of the valley and swan-
sonia. The maid of honor has chosen a gown of electra blue shipper
satin. She will carry a bouquet of chrysanthemums and delphinium.
Michigan Varsity Football Team

is a member of the theatre-arts and:
social committees of the League.
Miss Kover was a committee mem-I
ber for the 1935 Prosh Project, a
member of the Assembly Board and
was on the program committee for
the 1935 Sophomore Cabaret. She
was also a cormmittee member for the
1935 Assembly Ball.

Jimmy Fisher's orchestra will play'
at Sigma Alpha Epsilon's dance to-
night. Prof. Wilmot Pratt, and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Gibson, will chap-
erone according to George Trendle,j

Alumnae House will hold a
supper, followed by a radio
from 6:30 p.m. to midnight.



Special Sunday Dinner
ROAST BEEF .... 5(
Candied Sweet Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes
Creamed Lima Beans - Buttered Peas
Harvard Beets - Hot Homemade Rolls
Assorted Pies and Cake
B802 ckHT SP
802 Packard Street

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Expresses View Ao ome
Siegel Likes Natural Girls; least until spring, with a young man's
entda Refuses To Talk;1fancy and everything. Going steady
S s e I Bashful isn't such a good idea, he claims, and
furthermore, he doesn't care for quiet
girls-what he likes is someone who j
By SUZANNE POTTER can start an intelligent conversation.
The Michigan football team is a Smick Likes Blondes
bunch of swell men. Danny Smick, '39Ed., expressed a
Which pithy bit of wisdom will no preference for peppy blondes, 5 feet
doubt fail in the attempt to begin a' 6 inches. "Nothing rough-house,
a though," he quoth warningly. This
story with an unusual statement. business of going steady is all right,
Those in the "know" with the squad but he prefers just evening dates
have never questioned this fact. With rather than being with one girl all
one's knowledge of football players the time.
confined to informa- Art Valpey, '38Ed., goes steady with
tion gleaned from sec- a dark girl, 5 feet 6 inches, and likes
ond-rate movies, the to have library dates during the week,
resulting opinion of as well as for "big" evenings. As
same is, naturally, apt long as she wears his pin, it would
to be rather inaccu- seem that he approves of the idea.
rate. However, a first- Or does it?
hand conversation Upon the subject of one Hercules
with the team is suffi- Renda, '40, the diminutive West Vir-
cient to dispel any and ginia sensation, we thought we might
all doubts upon their have a scoop. But unfortunately, we
being "good guys. were stymied. Mr. Renda wouldn't
Completely lacking, talk. He was friendly and polite,
in both tongue-tied "Li'l Abners" or I but wouldn't come across with any-
braggarts of the Jack Oakie specie of thing more startling than that he j
college athlete, the team is courteous, liked all girls, but didn't have any
intelligent, and has its own ideas first-hand information about them
upon the subject of women. because he was too bashful. We'll
Deplore Noisy Women give him, say, another year at the
To a man they deplore the noisy, outside.
"rough-house" type of woman (Mar- Doug Farmer "Gives"
tha Raye fans please note). And al- On the contrary to Mr. R., the lo-
most unanimously they prefer a quacious Doug Farmer, '38, really
woman of medium height-from 5 "gave." His preference would be a I
feet 5 inches to 5 feet 7 inches. That 'slender, medium height brunette with
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Wkhes to welcome the alumni of the Vniversity to the 1937


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to be modified by the additional re-
mark that if a girl is nice, and when
the real McCoy comes along, the size
is not of major importance.
Three of the 16 interviewed go
"steady," and the rest gave divided ,
opinions on the subject,' the ma-
jority of which seem to be that it's
a good idea if the right girl comes
Veteran Bill Barclay, '38E, said I
that he doesn't date much, mostly be-
cause he doesn't have the time-at

a sense of umor. wnien was fime,
until he added the dirty crack-
"with an occasional flash of intel-
ligence." When questioned about
about whether to go steady or not,
he said he had done both, and had
reached the conclusion that it was
more fun not to. And as for passing
out fraternity pins-it's fine, if you
really are serious, and intend to be-
come engaged, "but at Michigan it
doesn't seem to mean very much."
Jack Brennan, '39Ed., was another
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