SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1937
THE MICHIGAN IDA.IL
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Hear Talk
C. G. Brandt Will Speak;
Year's Assembly Plans
To Be Described
"University Citizenship" is the sub-
ject upon which Prof. Carl G. Brandt
of the speech department will speak
at the Assembly Banquet, which is to
be held at 6 p.m. Monday in" the
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will talk about
"Membership and Scholarship,"
which is the theme of the banquet.
She will present, in conjunction with
her speech, an award to the dormi-
tory or league house which attained
the highest scholastic average last
Perfect For Tonight
Record Created This Week-End
By 31 Tea Dances And Formals
International Group Secret Football Practice Scares
Timid Sob SisterSeeking Scoop
Assembly President To Speak (
The president of Assembly, Helen
Jesperson, '38, is to speak about the
activities of Assembly and the plans'
for the rest of this year. Mr. Ira
M. Smith, registrar of the Univer-
sity, will give statistics on the scho-
lastic standings of dormitories and
league houses during the past year.
Barbara McIntyre, '38, general
chairman of the dormitories and the3
league house mothers are to sit with
their groups for the banquet.
Ticket Sellout Predicted
A ticket sell-out is predicted byE 'Fr
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, chairman
of the ticket committee. She said Feature F
that tickets may be purchased froml
dormitory and league house repre-
sentatives and at the League until; ,
noon today. After that time they
will be available only at the League.
More than 360 tickets have already Pledge formals, pled
been sold, and Miss Mansfield urged pledge formals. But,
that all non-affiliated women who merrier, 'tis said whe
are planning to go to the banquet display of gowns in br
buy their tickets as soon as possible. which she maywearn
Grace Wilson, '39SM, is to lead tions.
the singing, assisted by Martha Bai- Apparently ingenu
ley, '38SM, and Lois Mayer, '38SM. knowing is the spirit o
Miss Mayer will also be the pianist. of these dresses. Ski]
Michigan songs and rounds are to eral inches off the fi
be sung,- Miss Wilson said. just touch, or sweep
Barbara Lovell, '38, chairman of back. They hangf
publicity for the banquet, announced -waistline, or they cling
that Rowena LaCoste, '38, is a new and decolletes are lo
member of her committee, wide range of material
velvets, net and silk ff
"Born to Dance" ist
might have inspired y
of -nettopbe nmade ii
t skirttopped with a
and LL X waist of lace. The we
to a small high point
E a mstiny shoulder sleeves
square effect of the
You can take "your
Two weddings of University gradu- your party in this wit
ates will take place today. to whether or not th
Mary Virginia Hitchcock, '32 "hot." It's our guess 1
daughter of Mrs. Nina M. Hitchcock tie. y
of Ann Arbor, and Walter J. Risdon, If you think you m
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Risdon, party in which truckin
will be married at 4pm.tdynth of the evening, you mi
llgbe maried at4vp.m. today in the romantic black velvet
League chapel. Rev. Fredrick Leech provocative coral taf
will officiate at the service. swishing out from ben
Betty Madeline Rich, '36, daughter And a gown in which,
of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan H. Rich of De- tainly be moved to yor
troit will marry Richard G. Ellerby, slim black sheath w
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Ellerby bodice of pearls and
of Birmingham, at 8:30 p.m. today in Very "swish," indee
the Wesley . Chapel of the Metro- of gold-embroidered 1
politan Methodist Church in Detroit. taffeta, or a formal w
Miss Ricci was president of Alpha sequins forming the b
Chi Omega and chairman of the 1936 and separate tuxedo
Panhellenic Banquet. She was a mem- swirling ballerina skir
ber of Wyvern, junior women's honor if you're sure of yo
society. Mr. Ellerby is affiliated with might turn out at th
Phi Kappa Psi. Panhellenic Ball in
"sleek as a mould"
The wedding of Elizabeth Daane, shirred long-waisted
'35, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert full-flared skirt-ify
L. Daane of Grand Rapids, and How- your figure.
to ~suchi func-I
ie, yet truly~
of a, good many1
rts remain sev-
or in front and
to a train in
full from theI
a like a sheath;
. Among the
1, satins, crepe,
aille are prom-
the song whichI
ards and yards
nto a swirling
aist buttons up
ted collar, and
carry out the
best beau" to
hout a care asj
1e orchestra is
he'll never no-
nay discover a
' isn't the orderI
ight consider a
formal with a
ieath the hem.
you would cer-
ur wittiest is a
ith a low-cut
d, is a model
black net over
bolero over a
rt. Then, too,
ur figure you l
one of those
gowns with a
bodice over a
you're sure of
chaperon. will assist the Alumnae Council this
Dr. and Mrs. W. Karl Rufus and, year in carrying out a program of en-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Clague will chap- Itertainment for scholarship women
eron Kappa Delta's pledge formal. who have received awards from alum-;
Kappa Delta Rho is holding its ni clubs or alumnae groups.
fall homecoming tonight, chaper- Invitations to the first tea, whichE
oned by Professor and Mrs. Walter will be given from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
E. Lay and Mr. anid Mrs. Ben De Sunday at the home of Miss Mildred
Gran.; Hinsdale, have been sent out by the
GnRadio Dance To Be Given scholarship committee of the Alumnae
An informal radio dance will be group.-
held by Kappa Nu tonight. Mr. and Members of the scholarship com-
Mrs. Sam Bothman and Mr. and Mrs. mittee, who will be hostesses for the
---.-.-_...-- occasion, are Mrs. Frank Van Tuyl,
Miss Hinsdale, Miss Edna Parry, Dr.
Cabaret Tryouts To Be Hazel Losh of the astronomy depart-
Monday And Tuesday ment, Mrs. Arthur Moehlman and
Mrs. Carl Guthe. Mrs. Beryl F. Bach-
Try-outs for the cast of the 'floor er and Mrs. Irene Johnson, president
show of the Sophomore Cabaret will of the club, will pour.
be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday Five alumnae organizations are
and Tuesday in the rehearsal room represented this year by women who
of the League. have received special scholarships.
Members of the entertainment These women, who are also invited,
committee, including the music and are from Flint. Battle Creek, Phila-
dancing divisions, will meet at 5 p.m delphia, Pa., Buffalo, N.Y., and Cleve-
that go into our coats are certainly beautiful.
They're the season's first catch, perfectly graded
and matched, skillfully dressed, and fashioned into
garments of exquisite richness and beauty.
Women of great wealth and modest income
wear Zwerdling's Furs, because they have learned
that here they find the finest possible values in every
With 31 fraternity and sorority Harold Friedman will chaperon. By JEAN McKAY ,in the hallowed spot to look much dif-
parties scheduled for today, in ad- RpThe International Council has an-
dition to 11 last night, the week-end us foKappa Kppad ammha's nounced that the next three Sunday It was with considerable trepida- ferent, but it was still just ordinary
creates the season's record, surpass- pledge formal. Chaperons will be night programs have been changed tion that I found myself approaching green grass-maybe a little muddier
ing even homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Jr., from those announced in the pro- South Ferry Field late one afternoon than usual. To the right, two fresh-
Alpha Kappa Lambda heads the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, mfor the year in search of the secret football prac- men teams wearing gaily hued blue
list with its radio dance which will be Jr. and Mrs. David W. Smith. It was originally intended that the tice I had been sent to "cover," as we and red jerkins were pushing each
caerand bM .ansM Gge n Pledges of Phi Alpha Kappa willforeign students would havee of the press so coyly say. Armed with other around. And, to the left, the
< >AdradM.anIr.Jh oa. Sunday night supper this week with,
Patterson Lake is the spot which members and alumni will be presenti another group in the city, but the a press 'pass in one pocket and a Varsity practiced with the Junior Var-
Alphat Lambda has chosen for their Mr. and Mrs n Tage Jacobson of popularity of these discussion groups tightly clutched pencil and notebook, sity who, I later learned, were dem-
camping week-end. Approximatelyn Mr. and Mrs. gead Mo has made the alteration of the plans in which I planned to jot any "scoops" onstrating the known trick plays of
60 are going, some leaving at1 p.m. will chaperon Kappa Sigma's radio advisable, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, (another newspaper term). I finally Michigan's opponent of that week-
and some at 5 p.m. dance. counselor to foreign students an- managed to bolster up my courage,
a n s m a p m d n e o n c e d . g' e n d .
Teas To Be Given Phi Beta Pi is having a radio dance.! nd grit my teeth and walk inside the e ''desattIheld
After the game, Alpha Phi and also. Dr. and Mrs. W. Gordon and The students will be divided into gate. Thringsie sea a
Alpha Xi Delta are holding teas. Ap- Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick will attend three small groups to make freer dis- Knees Shake, Teeth Chatter point brought a considerable thrill.
parently it seems a good idea to as chaperons. cission possible. The discussion to- With "that old feeling" of shaking ings through the opaque substanceof
members of the Austin Residence Phi Epsilon Pi To Entertain morrow will concern education and knees, chattering teeth and that old the stout gentleman who invariably
too, for they are holding their's in Still another radio dance will be international affairs. Isinking sensation in the pit of my settles down in front of me 86 rows up
the Lea~ue- Iheld at Phi Epsilon Pi, where Dr. andI Professor Nelson spoke with en stomach, I started out, hoping that from the five-yard line on the wong
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Wikel and: Mrs. Julian Tobias and Dr. and Mrs. tusiasm of the success, thus far of the other spectators would attribute side of the stadium, I could watch
Prof. and Mrs. Walter J. Emmonds'eome Konn will be chaperons. the International Council's progras. n the aforementined characteristics to from the side-lines just like a regular
illhaperon the Alpha Tau OmegaF Phi Kappa Psi's dance is a closed rom 35 to 50 students have been at- the cold, as it was practically freezing newspaperman or cameraman, or wa-
Sil apeo h lh a mg h ap s' dance aisfoaowclosedet i jtending the suppers and the educa- down there. trby
tea dance and followng buffet sup- one. Music will be furnished by an tional tours have all been carried out tea l t ter boy.
per. Ann Arbor orchestra, and chaperonsas planned he said Slinking stealthily by the sign of She Scrutinizes Players
The tea dance idea is being taken will be Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Dumm. Mr. Secret Practice, which in large de- By careful scrutiny (and the help of
up by Chi Omega, where Elizabeth and Mrs. Reed Bachman and Mr. and termined letters advised spectators several Daily reporters there), I final-
Mullin, '39, is in charge. I Mrs. John Shepard. J.G.P. INTERVIEWS to "keep out," I walked up on the by managed to. pick out most of the
Charlie Zwick will furnish the mu- 'The Phi Sigma Delta pledge formal' Interviewing of women who peti- field as nonchalantly as I could. I players of the Varsity and to observe
sic for Chi Phi's buffet supper from will be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. tioned for the ushers committee of mildly startled the two football man- the particular technique of each.
5:15 to 8:15 p.m. Chaperons will be Jerome Hauser and Mr. and Mrs. the 1938 Junior Girls Play will be' agers who came over and demanded Then, and this was another big thrill,
Prof. Julio del Toro and Mr. and Howard Miller of Toledo. held from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday, ac- to see my pass, by promptly producing I got my first real closeup of coaches
Mrs. Robert Owen. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Creal and Mr. cording to Rebecca Bursley, '39, it.I Hunk Anderson and Harry Kipke and
Padge Formal To Be Held and Mrs. P. IH. Henning will be the chairman of the ushers committee. I looked around, expecting the grass i heard them drilling the team.
The Delta Gamma pledge formal chaperons at Phi Sigma Kappa's
also is being held tonight. Attend- continuea on Page 6)
ing as chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs ---- -
George Hammond and Mr. and Mrs.
C ~An informal radio dance will be
+ rpeso c leheld at Delta Sigma Delta at which I ° 1 . eaut
Dr. and Mrs. H. Bloom and Dr. and
ge formals, and Mrs. A. Kerbin will act as chaperons.!
the more the Delta Upsilon is following up last;.i. INlFUR. T
whichS 1__e__+ IN FURS T OO.
n she sees the night's dance with a tea dance which
'and new Mrandnd Mrs. A. E. Warner of Chi- BEAUTIFUL SKINS eb tfufurs and the
style cago and Prof. Eugene J. Ash will Interviewing of women who peti- skins
To see them is to want them.
eagerly, joyfully. Do come!
You'll buy them
Z TASUSHED 1904 217 E. PM$r ' St
at the same place.
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>~X 4~am So-4e44
ard Davidson Jr., 37, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Davidson also of Grand
Rapids will take place Nov. 25.
Miss Daane is affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta. Mr. Davidson is a
member of Sphinx, junior men's
honor society, and Sigma Phi. He was
on the varsity track team.
Winifred Gridley, daughter of Mrs.
William D. Gridley of Detroit, and
William H. Keller II, son of Mrs'
Harry Keller of Bellefonte, Pa., were
married in a ceremony which took
place Wednesday, Nov. 3 in Detriot.
The bride- attended this University.
She is affiliated with Gamma Phi
Betty Notley Heads
6 - BETTY P 5 Red 6:45 7:20.
Betty Notley, '39, was elected pres-
ident of the Ann Arbor Independent
The other officers elected were Vir-
ginia Brigham, '40, vice-president;
Mary Frances Reek, '40. secretary-
treasurer; Bernice Cohen, '39, sports l
manager; Elizabeth Wurster, 40, 1
merit system chairman and Ellen
I Cuthbert, '39, publicity.
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