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TYUESDAY, NOV. 9, 19 37

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Annual League Fair W ill Be Held Dec. 3 and 4

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Knight O Date
By MARIANNE
What a day ... what a game . .. and what a week-end (in, more ways
than one) ... if four minutes were ever more valuable in turning Michigan's
football team from defeat to victory ... we've never heard of it . .. 'Twas
just. one of those things you see in movies when Hero Harry crashes through.
to save old Siwash in the last minute of play.
But the game didn't stand alone in the limelight this week-end . .. before
and after, there was much astir in town . . . The Deke party was the
scene of one very good starting point Friday . Top hats and tails had
started to make their entrance . .. the party was in progress . .. Mary Gies

Name General Brandt Speaks W.A.A. To Sponsor
Chairman And For Assembly Ice Hockey Classes
CtAAll women who are interested in
Committeemen At 4th Banquet playing ice hockey for gym credit or
for an elective are asked to sign on
Elizabeth Baxter TO Head the bulletin board at the Women's
, Three Women Are Given Athletic Building or at Barbour Gym- i
Project; Honor Societies Personal Scholarship nasium, announced Mary Richardson,
Will Reserve BoG'th 4'40, hockey manager.
Zuck House Honored Today the field hockey club team
will play University High School.
Elizabeth Baxter, '38, was appointed Prof. Carl G. Brandt of the English lThursday will be a club game.
general chairman of the League Fair, department spoke to more than 500 A match with Battle Creek will be
3 and 4, in connection with Sopho- independent women last night at the played Saturday and another one
more Cabaret it was announced by fourth annual Assemblv Banauet held with Ypsilanti Nov. 16 or 18. The

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and Hi Collins were in the taxi "brigade." We saw Corny Davidson and Chuck: Hope Hartwig '38, president of the in the League Ballroom as a cul-
Hohman hurrying up the stairs to whip off a dance . . . as we turned League.
to catch a glimpse of Jean Bourg and Herb Wilson who were just coming Miss Baxter's committee for the tvitieon of Independent Week ac
in . . . As the music started Betty Shaffer and Joe Hinshaw came in to project will be Elinor Somerville, '38 In connection with his speech out
dance . . . assistant chairman; Marian Smith Incncto nitis speecndout-
~ 1 '39. publicity chairman; Hazel Do.i lining the Opportunities for indepen-
Ha d Time Party Held Groot, '38, head of finance, Florence dent women on the University cam-
Freeman, '38, head of decorations'Ipus, Professor Brandt gave a brief,
They say prosperity and all its joys are back again . . but the and Virginia Van Dyke, '38, in charge history of women's increasing op-
Betas weren't so sure, so proceeded to have a Hard Times party in spite of entertainment. portunities at Michigan.
of the rumors . . . and everything from rags to ruins appeared . . . Mary Lou Women To Have Booths The University was very subtle
Enders, wearing pigtails from a big bow, was there with Dick Black . . . Bob The League Fair is an annual event 1 ouit the wording of its rule, passed
Watt, looking much like our story book pirate, was telling Jane Elspass, who given at the same time as Sophomore u, itgr wramd sd I
was dressed as a demure young girl, many blood-curdling adventure stories Cabaret. Booths and concessions are
. . . Betsy Robinson and Bob Johnson were in on the fun too . . . and we operated by women's honor societies of the first lone woman, privileges
saw Carroll Adams and Ed Derby there in the latest in overalls ... Turning as well as by the central committee. and accommodations for women have
from one extreme to the other-Betty Rouse and Harrison Lowrey dropped Miss Baxter is a member of Delta increased to equal or to better those,
in later in the evening in formal attire . . . and as we left the party we Gamma sorority and chairman of of the men, he concluded.
saw Betsy Lightner and Vincent Vis trying to find their way through the transfer students for the Orientation Dean Alice Lloyd stressed the ad-
maze of string in the front hall . . . and Betsy Baxter with Fred Cushing committee. She has been associated vantages to be had from extra-cur-
making vain attempts to get through the crowd . . . The Alpha Chi pledge cit he Leaguetand was ricular activities and urged the wom-
formal was also a merry party . . . Billy Schroeder and Forrest Jordan were also a member of the business staff en to participate in them. Many more
talking with Maxine Blaess and Ladd McKay as we danced past.. .and Betty of the Daily. independents are partiepiating in ex-
Strickroot who was with Tony Yocum were enjoying the party. . . Janet Ladd Is Member Of Delta Delta Delta tra-curricular activities this year
and Frank Howard passed us in the entrance... and we saw Margaret Curry Miss Somerville is affiliated withan last, Dean Lloyd said.
and Harry Brelsford together. Delta Delta Delta sorority and is a Scholarship awards for the past
The Delt party was another of the pledge formals this week-end . . . Betty member of the merit system commit- year were presented by Registrar Ira
Hill, Mark Beach, Louise Bolitho, Bob Tornello, Kitty Ecklin and Vince tee of the League. She also had a . Smniti Ihl Zuck Ho recd
Butterly arrived with Jane Holden and Jack Walker . leading role in last year's J.G.P. A
Butry r w J omember of Delta Gamma sorority, i
Give Tea Dances . . . Miss Smith is a woman's night editor
of the Daily.Y Cddin )S
Saturday after the game there was much celebrating to do . . . so we had Miss Freeman, of Alpha Epsilon
to make a hurried round of the parties and our first stop was the Chi Phi Phi, was on the ticket committee of
tea dance where we saw Lou Ebert and Stew Wade . . . Maxine Baribeau and J.G.P. and is on the theatre arts
Harold Spurman were discussing the game and we saw Margaret Schiller committee of the League. Miss Van
and Johnny Goodell with them . . . The next stop was the Theta Delt house Dyke, of Delta Gamma sorority, was
where a supper dance was in progress . . . Sally Eschl;ach and Carl Clement on last year's League Fair committee.7; n
Were in the party . . . and we saw Barbara Horton with Joe Robinson . . lbets for the i are ied tose
Barbara Talcott and Bob Young were standing at the foot of the stairs when Miss Van Dyke as soon as possible. dgre ed on cal-
we came in. . . and we saw Jane Willoughby and Ed Thompson in the dining ding are listed on today' social cal-
room . . . The D. U. pledge formal was the scene of much fun and here we Coendar.n
went in to watch the party making going on . . . Peg Allderige and Johnny i a l Crt'A'i Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hatch of Ferdale,
Smithers were there and Carol Beltramini was with Bob Caldwell . . . Phyl and Arthur Shepard, Grad., son of
Crosby and John Cornelius found the dance great sport . . . and we saw To H ofOred Ir. and Mrs. John F. Shepard of
Punk Martin with Jack Thompson. Ann Arbor, were married Wednesday,
The Kappa house was all in party array to honor their pledges too . . . Nov. 3, it was announced Sunday.
and as we came to the door we met Alys Pierce and Jim Cole ... Margaret i ut1, nf Tea The bride is affiliated with Delta
Cram and Bob Reitter were having much fun . . . and we saw Ginnie Osgood Delta Delta and is a member of the
there with Carvel Shaw . . . Psi U celebration started off in good form but it President and Mrs. Ruthven will Panorama staff. Mr. Hatch is con-
was rather difficult to tell just who was who . . . but we saw Marietta Kil- open their home to students from 4 to nected with the landscape design de-
lian with Bill Nichols and Jacqueline Kolle with Ed Adams. 6 p.m. tomorrow in the second of the partment of the University.
-series of Ruthven Teas planned for Mr. annAl ed t of
the semeste Detroit recently announced the en-

season will close Nov. 23 with a clubi
game and a weenie roast.
League Dancing (lasses
Will Not He Held Tonight
Neither the beginners' nor the in-
terrnediates' dancing classes, which
were scheduled to be held at 7 and 8
p.m. today, respectively, in the League
Ballroom, will meet, Jean McConkey,!
'38, vice-president of the League in
charge of the classes, announced yes-
terday.

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I;gagement of their daughter, Eliza-
At last week's tea there were 3,70ggeeti nrcaunr,.ra-
students. "The social committee was beth, '36, to Robert C. Restrick, Jr.,
pleased at the great number of stu- son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Res-
denit ,who ttended 1st time beca e ,trick also of Detroit. Miss Knight is

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the usual number is only 200," Betty
Gatward, '38, president of the com-
mittee said. "We hope as many will
come tomorrow," she continued.
Specially invited groups for the af-
fair include Betsy Barbour House,
Orientation groups, and Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, Sororsis and Alpha Delta
Pi sororities. The fraternities invited
are Theta Delta Chi, Delta Upsilon,
Psi Upsilon, Phi Sigma, Sigma Sigma,
Acacia and Alpha Sigma Phi.
Those who have been asked to
pour for the tea are: Mrs. Hazel
Roberson, housemother of Sororsis,
and Frances McKinney, ', IfEd,
president of Betsy Barbour House,
from 4 to 4:30 p.m.; Mrs. D. W.
Poppleton, housemother of Psi Up-
silon, and Margaret Ferries. '38,
chairman of the Orientation Com-
mittee, from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Hope Hartwig, '38, president of
the League, from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m.;
Mrs. C. S. Mitchell, social director of
Betsy Barbour House and Betty
Crandall, '38, president of Sororsis,
from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
More Ball Tickets
To Be Sol At Union
Additional tickets have been print-
ed for the third annual Engineer's
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m
Friday in the Union Ballroom, stated
Matt Sielski, '38E, chairman of the
ticket committee for the dance.
These tickets, which are available
to the general public, may be pur-
chased at the maii desk in the Unior
lobby. The exact number of addi-
tional tickets will be announced later.
according to Sielski.
A further announcement is that twc
pianists willbe featured by Dick Jur-
gens and his 16-piece orchestra. whic-
is furnishing the music for the affair
Jurgen's orchestra has just complet-
ed an engagement at the famous Gold
Coast Room of the Drake Hotel ir
Chicago.
Sophomore Cabaret
Will HoldI Meetings

affiliated with Alpha Phi.
The engagement of May Seefried,
'34, to George L. Shillaire was an-
nounced recently by her parents, Mi.
and Mrs. Victor Seefried of Sylvan
Lake. Mr. Shillaire is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George F. Shillaire, also of
Detroit.
Mrs. Edward S. Piggins of Detroit
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Harriet, to Ervin Faulk Le
Rowe, '28, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene LeRowe of Maywood, Ill. Mr.
Rowe is affiliated with Alpha Kappa
Lambda. He was a member of the
Daily staff.
KAPPA DELTA
Kappa Delta recently announced
the pledging of Martha Bill, '40, and
Helen Nutting, '41, of Detroit. and
Wilma . Stevens, '41, of Sault Ste.
j Marie.

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