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THtRSDAY, NOV. 11, 1937



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Announce Names Of Members

Of Five

League Committees

297 Women I League President
Are Selected Moping On The Mall
For Positions By Meandering Minnie
Groups Incl udeP LI11city, "Moping On The Mall" it is. "Campus Carry-All" sounded too much
ike a Gladstone bag anyway.
Candy Booth, Social And This remarkable title and the assurance of a double column each Thurs-
Theatre-Arts Committees day culminates three weeks of intensive work and research by the entire
Daily staff. However, the orchidaceous piece of cheese must go to the real
Members of five League commit- intellect behind the thing, Mickey Mouse Luby, Earle to you-he wh6 lurks
tees were announced yesterday by under the clock under the nom de plume of Mr, Ben-
Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the jamin D.
HdIrene Sartor has done it again! This time it's a broken
League. The committees are social
Leait teearsocial toe brought on by a vicious leap out of bed and into a!
anricasytemothebchair yesterday. The pay-off comes when she must go to
and candy booth the Engineers Ball with the same man that took her to
Those working on the social com- the Soph Prom last year with her arm in a sling. But
mittee, under Betty Gatward, '38, are then, that's the League social committee for you.
Mary Katherine Adams, '39; Virginia Another member of the injury list is Dorothy Novy,
Allen, '39; Glade Allen, '40; Elizabeth
Alliington, '40; Barbara Backus, '40; well-known as a horsewoman of the first water. D orothy has a cut on her
Betty Baldwin, '40; Maxine Baribeau, forehead-she bumped into a door. (Loud boos). As a matter of fact,
'40; Barbara Bassett, '40; Alice Bas- it's the truth. Being on a horse at the time simply raises her above the herd.
sett, '39;3Phyllis Bauer, '38; Marion HOPE HARTWIG n
Miss Hartwig, '38, has announcedD h
Carolyn Beltramini, '38; Barbara the names of members of the five At the Panhel Banquet they had a snappy game of dice. At the Assembly
Benedict, '40; Phyllis Bennett, '39; League committees for the coming Banquet Marian Gommesen streaked around and around the tables trying
Doris Bolton, '39A; Betty Bonisteel, year. to find a place to put Miss Rowe of Martha Cook-such a display of fine!
'39; Jean Bonisteel, '38; Dorothy Boy- running form happening after everyone else was seated. Dear, dear, the
er, '39; Helen Brady, '40; Jane Brady, girls certainly do get in a dither, don't they?1
40; Betty Brooks, '40; Florence Ruthvens Hold The joys of horseback riding are all very well, but there comes a time
40; Ktern '40; Constance Bryant, in every little equestrienne's life when things go haywire. Last Friday after-
Burgess, '38Ed; Rebecca Burskey,y'39; ec1eas oon Winifred McAllister was loping aong in the best Zane Grey manner
Elinor Byron, '39; Ruth Calkins, '40; when a dog appeared out of the bushes and made a face at the horse.
Betty Carrigan, '39Ed;. Margaret Car- Well, Checkerberry. as we call the horse, flipped his heels, and Winifred
rigan, '39. Many Freshmen AttendI; pancaked into the mud.
Social Committee Named GroupsRepresented Volleyball goes on and on with gusto as usual. Jordan and Martha Cook
Roberta Chissus, '39A; Ruth Coler, played a thrilling game but things got in a slightly complicated condition at
'40; Elizabeth Conn, '40; Marcia Con- !More than 370 students were en- the end. The final whistle blew and the weary Martha
nell, '39; Margaret Cram, '39; Betty tertained at the second of the Ruth- Cook team startedbplodding its way home o'er the green-
Crandall, '38; Margaret Curry, '38; ven teas, held from 4 to 6 p.m. yester- sward. However, back in Barbour Gym they were busy1
Theresa Danhof, '38; Margaret E.{ day in the home of the President.
Day, '38; Nancy Doll, '39; Margaret Many members of Delta Upsilon at- counting up the points. After several stabs at it, the offi-
Dodds, '38; Annabel Dredge, '40A; tended the tea, among them James cials mustered all their meagre mathematical ability and
Jane Dunbar, '40; Martha Dynes, '39; Barco, '38, and Fred Collins, '38. Sor- discovered that the score was 35-35. A Jordan delegate
Virginia Eaglesfield, '38; Jeannett Isis, too, had many members present. f immediately flew out into the cold, thinking to call the
Edick, '38; Sally Eschbach, '38; for Jean Bell, '39, Mary Wheat, '39, . / Martha Cooks back, but they were too near home. So the
Marian Fage, '40; Enora Ferries, '40; and Virginia Osterman, '39, were whole game was played over later and Jordan was the
Mary Jane Field, '38; Marion Fitz- there. IWinnah!
gerald, '38. Several freshmen were attending The Sophomore Cabaret committee is whiling away its
Jeanne Geyer, '38A: Anita Gold- their first Ruthven tea. Among these sunny afternoons in the sanctum sanctorums of the League planning a
stein, '38; Marion Gommesen, '38; were Lillian Kazmark, Maya Gruhzit, French Follies affair. Last Monday Mim Finkeldey, she of the power behind
Eloise Frost, '38Ed; Patricia Haff, '39; Eva Etkin, Narma Ginsberg, Jane the finance committee, was attending the meeting as her usual charming
Patricia Haislip, '40; Jane Hardy, Peterson, and Virginia Lee. Hardy. te fince sde, was attnding.the as rher usual chm
'39A; Ruth Hartmann, '39; Jean Han- Miss Peterson wore a dark green wool1Csef, when she suddenly let out a yelp. She had raced out of the hem
son, '38; Barbara Heath, '39: Jane suit trimmed in gray caracul, and lab and left a cauldron of soap bubbling over the flames. "Sudsy" Finkle-
Herrick, '40; Jane Holden, '39; Betsy Miss Hardy wore a rust colored sweat- puss, they used to call her.
Honhart, '39; Elizabeth Hunter. '39; er and a matching calot. Freshmen Hockey For The Sportsters . .
Gertrude Hyde, '40; Pearl Icheldinger, men were also represented, for Blake
'8; Elaine Jacobs, '40; Jane Jewitt, Thaxter and Robert Gabriel were Whimsy on the hockey field. Two of the teams are named the Bullies and
'40; Marybeth Jones, '39. there. the Silly Susy's. Mary MacCready, Captain Mary Richardson, Lola Barge-
Lucille Kauer, '40; Susan Kerr, The President's study was a fa- merster, Marjorie Kern, Shirley Herrick, Helen Wolf, captain and Edith
'40; * Ann Kingston, '40; Florence vorite place for many of the guests. Butler have been out there on Palmer Field whacking the ball around.
Kean, '38; Nancy Kover, '38; Ardemis Jane Duus, '38, and Margaret Carl- Archery is one old-fashioned sport that is one of the most popular,
I 'In,'8 MdlneKeglof
Kouzian, '38; Madeline Kreighoff, son, '38, were there, and also Philip 'what with the Archery Club and all. Viola Rugis, Anna Tomson, and
'39: Ellen Krieghoff, '40; Janet Ladd, Newman, '40E, and Gene Cook, '39. I Barbara Epstein are great devotees of the game.
'40D; Mary Lavan, '39A; Jean Lee, Wilford Brown, '40, and Enora Fer- The Toronto swimmers
'38; Betty Lindegren, '38; Meribah ris, '40, a member of the social com- the Toad ness swimer that came for the Swim Circus last week got
Leach, '40; Betty Lyon. '39. mittee, were present, too. Hope Hart- their addresses rather addled. When asked where they were staying, they
List Includes Many wig, '38, in a rust colored knit suit, calmly stated, "At Mary Scott's." Three guesses-meaning
Virginia McCate, '39; Phyllis Mc- poured. Martha Cook, of course, of course.
Geachy, '40; Sally Manthei, '40; Mar- -----What the phys. ed. teachers have to go through! The
.jorie Merker, '39; Marian Messmore, Informai Fr11ic riding classes are sad enough to behold, but tennis has
'40; Roberta Meyer, '40; Madaline at Frli c, !ample opportunity for honors. One young hopeful was
Meyers, '39; Phyllis Miner, '39; Mary ; s l e 1y trying to pass her tennis test. She did all right on the
Minor, '40; May Mooney, '39; Rob-! Is 'o e od a ,forehand part, holding her racket in her right hand and
erta Moore, '40; Ruth Moore, '40; !__smartly swishing it through the air. But came the time
Jane Maugey, '39Ed; Virginia Mul- for the backhand and she switched it to the left. And
holland, '39; Margaret Neafie '40; The first Physical Education Frolic
Maxine Nelson, '39; Dorothy Nichols, will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. to- en they talk about mothers getting gray!
'40; Jane Nussbaum, '40; Stephanie day in the Women's Athletic Build- Day is done, shadows have fallen. A cold Ann Arbor
Parfet, '39; Palmer Patton, '39; Lou- ing. More than 200 physical educa- wind from off the turbulent Huron is sweeping across the vast metropolis I
isa Penny, '40; Nelson Persons, '38; tion students are expected to attend. The Meanderer has made her rounds.
Maxine Peterson, '39; Charlotte Edward J. Slezak. '38Ed., general - -
Poock, '39; Harriet Pomeroy, '39; chairman, announced that 25 addi-
Elizabeth Powers, '39; Marion Price, tional guests from other schools will
'39, also be present. Among faculty mem- 4
Mary Alice Quick, 40'; Mary Rall,I bers who have been invited are Dean
'39; Dorothy Ray, X38; Jean Rhein- and Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Mr.
frank, '39; Jayne Roberts, '38; Dor- and Mrs. C. O. Davis and Mr. Mowat
othy Rupper, '38; Eleanor Sapping- G. Fraser.
ton, '39; Betsy Schneider, '38; Irene Mr. and Mrs. Abram A. James, Mr.
Saitor, '38; Betty Shaffer, '39; Row- and Mrs. Elmer D. Mitchell, Mr. and
ena Sheffer, '38; Harriet Sharkey, Mrs. Earl N. Riskey, Mr. and Mrs.
'40; Dorothy Shipman, '40; Jestine Randolph W. Webster, Dr. George
Silverblatt, '40; Priscilla Smith, '38; May, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Y. Mc-
Ruth Mary Smith, '40; Betty Spang- Clusky, Miss Laurie Campbell, Mr.
Ier, '39; Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40. and Mrs. J. Edgard Caswell, all of the,-

Betty Stadelmann. '40; Jean education school. .
Steere, '38: Irene Stilson, '38; Ella The N.Y.A. Swing Kings, under .mooth and haunt-
Stowe, '40: Miriam Szold, '39; Bar-I the direction of Bill Frazer, '38Ed., , 1
bara Teall, '39; Martha Thompson, will furnish the music. Refreshments ing as a dreamy mel-
'38: M argaret Tichenor, '39; Dorothy will consist of cider and doughnuts. i'riy . . . n b 1 ' t irea gChay
Tillmanns, '39; Charlene Vallet, 39; Bowling and ping-pong will be of- o ed th i 1y
Vii ginia Van Dyke, '38; Katherina fered in addition to the dancing. scente wit real gar-
Va Heest, '38; Hilda Van Tuyl, '40; - denia,-in a colourful
Virginia Voorhees, '39. - ---- - I cas6 witha frivo1ou 4
Mary Wheat, '39; Mary Wickes, C_____
'39; Alberta Wood, '40; Florence I to
Weismann, '39; Marjory Williams, .
'39; Barbara Zapp, '40; Margaret Iann UOlflnccs
,Jack, 38: Roberta Leete, 40; Jean I
Rich, 40: Virginia Robinson, 38; Mary'v a dcath blow
L izabeth Rouse, 40; Joan Schoener, Ito sb'ita
'38: Charlotte Schreiber, '40 and Doris h
Scott, '40.n
The members of the the'atre-arts 10Iu
l committee under Ruth Friedman, '$ ,atch less waves. Ask to see the 1
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M3ATCHd nb WAV Eye

Michigan Graduate Detroit Alumnae To uold Sevei Are Pledged
Married Tuesday, Annual Panhellenic Ball rIo TIta Sigma Phi
The Detroit Panhellenic Associa-
Miriam Horton, '29, daughter of tion will hold its annual ball Satur- Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Dexter Horton day, Nov. 13, at the Leland Hotel. orary .Journalism sorority, pledged
of Detroit. and Fred W. Wittlesey Bob Armstrong's orchestra will play. seven new members yesterday.
of Phoenix, Ariz., were married at 8 Reservations for tickets can be made RThFe lede ae 3MJea Clause ,39,
p.m. Tuesday, in a ceremony at All through Mrs. Gordon Witter, 16029 Carolyn Ross, '39, Charlotte Schnee,
Saints Episcopal Church, Detroit. George St.. Detroit. or tickets can be 39. Marjorie Slade, Grad., and Jan-
Reverend Berton S. Levering offi- purchased at the door. ice Frost, '39.
ciated. Anyone wishing to attend a dinner Plans are being made for a Jbooth
Mrs. Whittlesey attended Liggett to be held at the Lelad ' f the at the League Fair according to Betty
School in Detroit and the University. an oefore Strickroot, '38, president. Other of-
She is affiliated with Delta Gamma. dance may make reservations through ficers of the sorority are Barbara
Mr. Whittlesey is a graduate of the I Mrs. Witter. Proceeds from this for- Lovell, '38, secretary; Katherine
University. They will make their mal ball will help make up the Pan- Moore, '38, treasurer; Elza Doegy, '39,
home in Phoenix. hellenic scholarship fund. keeper of the archives.
$4.85 and
formerly $6.00 to $7 50
Included are shoes for spectator sports .
street . . . and dress. All heel heights



are proud to prescnt
? e e A*~4
SPeJ'v)/IaI Condi [~tug 6 Most Unusual aid Spu fa cua Show/,n
of ... Street . .'Dinner and Fornial Wear --
l-~K OP PRI.PAR I ON'1~d rh~ t n'r~inn t-i n~rk/


Tickets for "Mr. Toad" may bey
secured through Mrs. F. C. Waltz
at the box office of the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre every day from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Performances
will be given Friday and Saturday

o 50Light
615 East Liberty Phone 3773 -
1205 S U1niverlsy Phone 4818 ar
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