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T[UESDAY. NOV. 16, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV

THF aaMa 'CHi VA1N DA.' 1.I b

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Second Undergraduate

Tea

Will Be Held Friday

At League

Knight C7'Date.

Adds Regal Touch
7 5Nj

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Fee Of 5 Cents
To Be Charged

National Mortarboard Society Men's Coffee Hour
Was Oritinated Here In 1906 Held By Dormitory

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By MARIANNE For dance
I____!_Women's Honorary Group have from f
'Midst a deluge of midsemesters, blue books and all that sort of thing A.lOrganizedTO Encouragets, no lessa
dropped a week-end that was really "tops" .. . for many the knight and his A Women On Camnpus .tke lc t
date were hitting the spots . . . including a ball, house dances and hay ride AreInvited; Doughiiuts, Leadership Aervie Banquet held
... But that wasn't all . .. even though we all couldn't be present. . . it's Cider To Be Served By BETTY BONISTEEL The juniors;
that fourth consecutive football victory to which I'm referring now . . . and The complex Mortarboard organ- standing bot
what though the field was under water . . . a foot or so . . . did Michigan A charge of five cents will be made ization in America today owes its or- i scholarship.7
do but bring home a "mud-smeared" victory of 7-0 . . . The spirit of 7 t' 6 /4for the second Unde gaduate Teai igin to the Mortarboard chapter a scholasticr
has a rival-long may it last (at least 'til after next week's game). to be held from 4 to d p.m. Friday, founded at the University of Michi- higher than
University-a
The Lawyers crashed into the social whirl with a formal Saturday . -'it ws decided by the League Council gan as a local society in 1906. It At rersetta
and nothing was excluded-top hats and tails were the finishing touches to yesterday at its regulr meeting. then and is still a society for out-the society.
a great party . . . Louise Whitman and Bob Bratton were taking special care With either a town suit or a lux- "Because of the attendance of 850
that everything went properly (for Bob had a social committeeman's duty uricus fur coat, this Cossack ha t last month's tea and the large at- standing senior women.
isbuntoa ld alkesophisticated I atlastmont's tahandtheaargeat-ptandigaseioreomen
resting heavily on his shouiders) . .. Jean Rich and Chuck White came in touch. Short and tall alike may tendance anticipated at this one, the In 1918 the local chapter at the
early . . . and Marge Warner and Ed Ruff were dancing as soon as the enefit frothehe regal look that League Council found it necessary to University met with the senior so-
music started . . , its high crown gives. It forms a made a charge to defray expanses," cieies of Ohio State University, A
Open Fireplace Is Popular perfect frame for the modern Betty Gatward, '38, head of the social Swarthmore College, and Cornell
p Fl Ip.coiffure. committee, said. University at Ithaca, N.Y. Here
During intermission, the open fireplace was a favorite retreat and here-- All Women Invited Mortarboard was made a national
we saw Roberta Leete, Bill Jetter sitting with Ginny Carr and John Mum- *; All women on campus are invited organization with these four groups
ford . . . Jean Van Raalte and Ben Dewey were "intermishing" around the Dr. E. B. Prce to attend this tea, according to Bar- as charter members.
punch bowl in the lobby . . . Walking back to the ball- ara Heath, 39, who is in charge of 64 Chapters In United States
rph mJnsundergraduate teas. Charlie Zwick's The organization has grown from <
. room we passed Ruth Dilman with John Richardson. -
STo e peaKer orchestra will play for dancing, and the four chapters in 1918 to 64 in 7
.1 After the party was o'er.. . we saw Mary Mae Scoville cider and doughnuts will be served. 1937. The name Mortarboard was
with Earl Townsend and Stephanie Parfet leaving Barbara Teall, '39, will be in charge taken from the local name of the e
with San Ladd. e dN oVyIof the door committee. She will be Ohio State and Michigan chapters.
Engine Ball Friday night marked one of the "big assisted by Glade Allen, '40; Maxine The purpose is to promote scholar-
band" dances of the year ... and really there was just Baribeau, '40; Helen Brady, '40; Jane ship, leadership and service on the
no end of fun . . . An all request program made it I4rHolden, '; Jane ewit, '40; Mary campus.
super ... Before the dance the Theta Xi's had a dinner To Be Given In Union Minor, '40; Sally Orr, '4OEd; Harriet Mortarboard has contributed many
party and from the happy spirit there . . . we just knew the party would be For Forein Stero 39, and Virginia Voorhees valuable services. It helped raise j
fun ... Marney Coe and Carl Gerstacker were cheering on Kate Lewis and IFTo Be Hostess money to build the Michigan League.
Spike Nelson . . . Just before the party was over we saw Jo-Clarke Kimball Dr. Ernest B. Price will be the Hostess at the tables will be Re- It also aided in the vocational guid- se
wil bbteca urey'3;Plr ence program which is sponsored andcr
and Phil Buckminster talking to Betty Gatward and Jack Kasley. .. Then speaker at the annual International becca Bursley, '39; Palmer Patton,nmdcr
up to the ballroom we went .. . Doris Marschner and Gene Cook were among Dinner, Wednesday, Nov. 24. '39; Nancy Kover, '38; Charlene Val_ lannepyele'iversiy. ,
the "requesters" and Helen Johnson, who was with George Stuart, came up to'3
ask for their favorites . . . Mary Johnson and Frank Coolidge arrived 'midst Director of the International Stowe, '40; Enora Ferriss, '40, and Along with the other honorary so- a
House, Dr. Price will speak on "Which Betty Spangler, '39. cieties on campus, its members helped ce
much taxi jam and we saw Barbara Teall with Art Ricker come in a little Way Lies Peace." He is a professor Memb f to sell "Goodfellows." It assisted in
later . . . Ruth Washburn and Johnny Flickinger were having great fun at the University of Chicago. will ot vers o pa socialrcommitts he sales of the numerous other al-
wiluiottive tdrives. harg, Mis I"
in the ballroom as were Alberta Wood and Bill Beebe . . . and at intermission More than 500 invitations have Heath said. They are to go to the truistic drives.
We saw Janet Carver and Carl Johnson ... Jean McConkey with Peter Ipsen been issued to the dinner, which is a Undergraduate Offices of the Loue This year Mortarboard plans as a
danced past as we entered . . . Donna Hennigan and Bob Smith arrived joint project of the University and a where they will register with Vir- part of its service program, to con- R
later in the evening and as they left we saw Mary Henderson with Frank number of agencies on the campus ginia Eaglesfield, '38, and will re- tinue vocational guidance. Next
Langstrom . . . Virginia Handeyside and Fred Gould were also at the ball and in the community. cive official badges. spring it will recognize those sopho-
and we saw Ginny Weidlein with George Hansen leaving as the ball The dinner is given annually to mores who have attained particu-
came to a happy ending. express interest in international good Iryhg horsi
tepart of the University. ia ai ____high___scholarship._____
Dormitory Dances Are In ... eaencies contributing to the et Nam e The Mortarboard chapter must
At the Gamma Phi pledge formal there was much going on . . . Margaret dinner are the Rotary Club, the
Neafie and Rowland McLaughlin breezed in early ... and Ruth Allderidge young peoples organizations of the Iifsfnn llfl(b!bMt
who was with Johnny Smithers came in to dance ....Jea Drake was there churches, the School of Music, theor
with Jim Wanless and we saw Mary McNeil with Larry Pohlman. . . we saw UnrendteLeg<
Harriette DeWeese with Kenton Chapman . . . Margaret Walsh and Hugh Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counselor Chorus, Dance Rehearsals
to Foreign Students, who is arrang- Ar TaigP ceIiy
Roberts weren't missing any of the fun and we saw Maxine Nelson with Rog the details for the dinner, calls Are Taking Place Daily
Bradley in the party. attention to the fact that all accep-
Dorm dances were "in" this week-end so we dropped by to see what was tances must be in his office by 4:30 With the name of "French Follies"
doing . . . At Helen Newberry Peggy Fishley and Bob Paver were asking for p.m. tomorrow. rchosen for the 1937 Sophomore Cab-
"vieni Vieni" . . . and Una Kelly and Johnny Chemerda were listening The dinner is given annually in aret, and the choruses and dance
for the results. .. In the dining room we saw Nancy Gos- the Union Ballroom. Professor Nel- numbers being rehearsed in the
sard and Adam Kreuter talking with Betty Rouse and son stated that patrons and patron- League ballroom daily, plans for the
Bob Watt . . . and we saw Mary Lou Mills and Bob Thorn- esses for the affair would be an- Cabaret are taking their final form,
hill caught by that candid cameraman. . .Out to Jordan nounced in the near future. Decora- announced Jean Smith, general
hillcauht b tht cndidcamrama .. Ou to ordn tions will not be announced as they I chairman yesterday.
we finally meandered and into another gay party . . . Vir- areto be a surprise for the students. The ballroom of the League will be
ginia Kenner and Fritz Radford were examining the dec- changed into a miniature Paris com-
orations that were a special feature of the dance... .Janet rr ct o(plete with sidewalk cafes and gigolos
Davis and Jim Hynes were dancing together . . , and ITo Go on Dec. 3 and 4. The League Fair,
Zivia Seltzer and Jack Keikin found dancing wonderful. ' 0 given in conjunction with the Cab- -
The Phi Gam dance was the scene of much fun too . . . and here we saw " aret, will also use the French theme
Annabell Van Winkle and Jack Gelder, Audrey Glazier and John Hulbert.. On ale Friday s its main feature.egu
Betty Ferris and John Rinek were dancing in the hall and Phyllis Carey IThe costume, publicity and dec-
was there with Ralph Erlewine .... i orations committees will meet with
Final Date For Sororities their respective chairmen at 4:30
To Hand In Money Set p.m.. today. At 5 p.m. today the
T'HANKSGIVING SPECIAL program group will meet and at 4:30
p.m .tomorrow the ticket committee
Because of the increased demand <will have a meeting. The roo
P U B LIX OF FE RS the Exclus ive for Panhellenic Ball tickets, sorori- be posted on the League bulletin
ties must hand in the money for board. Choose
W$tickets before noon Friday, Nov. 19, est st
AVE LINE for $2.50 . it was announced by Phyllis Bauer, thrilled
l'38, ticket chairman for the dance. loel
The up-to-the-minute Permanent for the holidays! 'et knoon act hndsreductii
AfternoonFridy, tckt ilo

The Allen Rumsey Dormitory held
an informal men's coffee hour Sun-
ye to 20 members, no day from 4 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Laura D,
. Each spring tapping Niles, social director of the house,
the League Installation poured. David Runden, who won in
sometime in March. the varsity contest, played some
selcte mut b ou- numbers on the merimnba. Charles
selected must be out- Holtensang 'A Little Bit of Heav-
h in leadership, and en." and Neal Vedder sang "Duna."
The student must have The faculty members attending
average .3 of a point were Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost,
the average at the Professor and Mrs. Karpinski. Pro-
t least 1.75 or better. ifessor A. H. Copeland, Dean Bur's-
ere are 16 members of ley, Dr. Charles A. Sink, and Dean
Henry C. Anderson.
"First-Choice" Dote
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on the go. The girls conceded among them-
lves that he was the smoothest dancer in the
owd. Probably, it was that special ability -that
unded out a pleasant personality and made him
"first choice" date. Call us for information con-
rning private and class instruction.
Dy Hoyer Studio

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Experienced Operators
SHAMPOO and WAVE.. . 50c
Publix Beauty Shoppe
201 East. Liberty Street Phone 2-3414

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Styled by
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on sale to independent women, and l
sororities will not be able to obtain
any additional ones, Miss Bauer
said. The ticket committee will be
in the Undergraduate Offices from
2 to 4:30 p.m. every day this week to
take money.
Joe Sanders' orchestra will play
for the dance, which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov.'
26. His organization has just com-
pleted an engagement at the Black-
hawk Restaurant in Chicago.
WILL HOLD DANCING CLASSESj
The regular beginning and inter-
mediate dancing classes will be held
at 7 and 8 p.m. today in the League,
Jean McConkey, '38, vice-president
of the League announced.

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Miller Drug Store
727 N. University Phone 9797

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