TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1937
E M1IUI:AN I ATLY
Knight 7 Date
. -RYMB' M NN~
Plaids Are 'In' Again
OYL.Y Ei'lIlt1V I) .Jn n1I 3 1W1Ui ss GGarnsey Is Vassar
Seasons may come, seasons may go ... but as we put the old adage . . Women's Honor Guest
there's none quite like the football season . . Yep, 'tis all over and we'll T r.o.p.lee Out:s A luncheon in honor of Miss Ger-
soon be pacing our steps State Street way, come Monday nights , .. to see From Campus Shops Are trude Garnsey, national alumnae see-
five-man team whip up a basketball game, of the very best sort . . but To Be Given Awayrtary of the Vassar Alumnae Clubs,
Away was held in the Grand Rapids Room
ndt so fast . . . we can't forget that much improved 'leven so quickly .of the Michigan League yesterday,
Michigan has come back a long way this year-close to the place she's been Tickets for the League Fair clothes by the Ann Arbor Vassar Alumnae
fighting for . . .This year's much enlarged, much superior band was tops contest will go on sale at noon today, Club. More than thirty women heard
... and a little drum major in the making . . . no . Elinor Sommerville, '38, assistant Miss Garnsey speak, and heard the
less a strutter than the best . . . chairman of the project announced. report of Mrs. Harry Raschbacker,
This week-end didn't begin nor end with the ! They will be priced at 25 cents andIN state president of the clubs, on the
game howe'er ... many a party was pre and post ...-will e aviee a e ng and national meetingsat Chicago, which
j ilbe available at the League andi she attended last week with Miss
pro and con (for merriment and against worries) ,'. Union desks and from members of Mrgaret Parry, president of the
Just everyone was out for a sporting good time .-+ the committees. Each ticket will give local club.
Thq Alpha Phi's were "partying" their pledges Fri- the holder a chance for any of the The Ann Arbor Vassar Alumnae
day night and to the tune of a right jolly fun frolic three ensembles chosen for both men Club is an informal group of all who
.. Libby Powers and Joe Osburn were thinking it so and women. are interested in Vassar College. Each
... Bunny Arner and Bob Stuart were at the door as Articles Can Be Exchanged' year it cooperates with the State
we zipped up to see what was doing . . . and we saw Marjorie Everett and Articles of clothing consisting of Alumnae Association to sponsor one
Randall Braun enter the door at the next moment . . . Betty Brooks was three complete outfits, purchased a or two $300 scholarships to send
there with Bob Webber . . . and Ginny Jackson was dancing with Charles m campus shops wl be given away Michigan women to Vassar.
Winners will be permitted to ex-
Kelly . . Kay Loomis, was having a rest between dances with Charles change those articles which do not fitI
French and we saw Betty Shierson and Al Aymond comne in . . . We stayed for another size or for another article
for only a moment and then whipped out to make more of the rounds . .. at the same cost of the original.W
The Alpha Delt party was the next stop . .. people dancing to some, may! Selections for the women's articles
we say, very "hot" music. .. There was nothing quite like a colored orchestra will consist of a sports outfit, com-
to set a merry tempo . . . Becky Bursley and Ted Sweeney were thinking so, posed of a brown and white plaid
anyway and Jean Lillie and Hank Homes had not a moment's rest either... skirt and a coral angora sweater with
matching ankle socks. The secondn.6-
Oh, For The Life Of A... selection is a gold satin formal and There is nothitg as smart this ___
the third will be a brown crepe date year for campus wear under that
' Dorothy Barrett, Jack Kleene, Betty Ward and Bill Parfet sailed in just in dress trimmed in vivid colors. fur coat as a cheery plaid skirt. Fea- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cromwell
tirme for the floor show . . . We saw Phil Gallagher and Jack Hamilton Prizes To Be Displayed turing a great number of pleats, the McCredie of Flint announce the en-
Men's articles will also be composed skirt pictured above will have that gagement of their daughter, Opal
watching on . . . Polly Stevens and Art Allen were also of a group of three outfits. The first graceful flair that is so flattering to Grace, '37, to Frderick Skinner Dan-
much interested . . . and we saw Mary Drury and John group will consist of a beige cashmere the feminine figure. ziger, '32, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl
Hulbert talking it over with Jim Allen and Jack Patterson sweater, with matching socks, scarf Danziger of Detroit.
when the music stopped for a minute . . . But that wasn't and gloves. Another ensemble will Miss McCredie is affiliated with
the end of that show. . . Tiny Blodgett, Dot Lavan, Marie be a top hat, white silk scarf and Wom Ien Froni East Delta Gamma, She took part in
Sawyer, Bob Winter, Jack Ree dand Hal Benham were I white kid gloves. The last of these-, Sophomore Cabaret in 1934 and in
dIg. selections will be a reversible gabar-, TO Discuss A1 airs Junior Girls Play in 1935. Mr. Dan-
doing them one better.with a Big Apple all their own inw a ziger is a member of Zeta Psi.
After the game Saturday we dropped into the DKE dine-tweed top coat. The engagement of Mary Elizabeth
house where there was much talking-it-over going on ... The Ethel Fountain Hussey Room The second panel discussion of this Vinton to James Maloney DeVine, '35,
Betty Hunter and Art Harwood were among the first therewln"ink witconverted into the "Paris
Sd Salon"i keeping with the theme of !eetespnordbyte nera was announced recently by the for-,
and we saw Jo Ferriss with Dick Long . . . Emily Sander the Sophomore Cabaret, and the tional Council, will be held at 4 p.m. mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
son and Wallie Meyn walked through the hall on their way to refresh- prizes will be on dislay here at the Sunday in the Grand Rapids Room King Vinton' of Birmingham. Mr.
meets DeVine is the son of Mr. and Mrs.I
ments . . itime -of Panhellenic Baall. During the 1of the League. Ja .DeVine h o of Ogde. Uahd.
The Alpha Chis were having a tea dance Saturday, so in we walked to join: week of Nov. 27 to Dec. 3 these ar- The subject of the panel will b'James H DeVine of Ogde tUah.iver-
the party . . . Betty Roue was there with Dick Wangelin and we saw tiles will be on display in Wahr's "Enlarged Influence of Women in the sity. Mr. DeVine, who was a transfer
Maine Blaess dancing with Johnny Clark . . . Florence Midworth and window. Affairs of the East." Opinions will be from Stanford University, is affiliated
Bud Wyman were there ... and we saw them talking with Mary Baldwin given by tour women, newly-appoint- with Phi Kappa Psi. The wedding
and Bill Schroeder . . . with Art Brandt . . . J ,onwn Must Show ed under the Barbour scholarships will be held Wednesday, Dec. 29 in
Among the notables at the Phi Psi lodge Saturday night were Mary for Oriental women. Christ Church, Cranbrook with Rev.
Lerchen of Detroit with Bud Ruthven who was tripping the light fantastic Panhellenic Tckets Those who will speak will be Prima- W. Hamilton Aulenbach officiating.
and Lee Shina with Ann Gifford. A visitor from Dayton, namely Marion tiva Demandante, from the Philip- Frances Marie Leuerstein, daughter
Huffman, was seen dancing with Bill Griffiths and we also spotted Bud Sorority women who will attend pies; Nahbe Topuz, from Turky; of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Palmer of
Lundahl, one of the many unfortunates to be mentioned in the B.M.O.C. Panhellenic Ball, to be held from 9 Sarah Chakko, from India; and Dr. Ann Arbo, and Edgar Lee Bigelow,
Hazel Lin from China., 37D, son of Wallace Bigelow of D-'
and B.W O.C. booklet, with Dorothy Shipman. p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, are warned; Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson Counselor troit, were married Thursday, Nov. 17
by Phyllis Bauer, '38, ticket chairman, to Foreign Students, said that the dis- in Angola, Ind.
Parties ... And More Parties ... that they must present their ticketst cussion would be of special interest
' at the ballroom door on the night to women on campus. The panel
The Lambda Chi House was all in the party spirit too ... Patsy Matthews of the ball. Those who have forgot- will be open to the public. Alumnae Council Plans
d Jr k Mrl VrL nr dvr ~nia nprm in ad S~ 4Rtti ln h:i ten theirs will not be admitted with- S
an ac acjeo were danUing as we came in a nu saw x o ythmynnawindnoexcetionswillbe
Bud Simmons... There was much hilarity thata out them and no exceptions will be
evening and Claire Ford and Ed Foote were en- made, she said.VRiding Gyikhana
joying it all.. . Jean Davis and Merrel Taylor Reservations for breakfast at the
were there and Mary Hope and Jim Colensb were League after the dance can be made Held In Cleveland
until 5 p.m. tomorrow at the League
having their fun too. . . Ethel Smith and Frank desk, The breakfast will not be
Bussard were dancing together and we saw Dor- cafeteria style, according to Stephanie Betty Hood, '40, and Lois Gillen,
othy White there with Shorty Wolf . . . The Parfet, '39, general chairman of the '41, represented the University of
Trigons were having a hard time party that ball, but will be served in the Russian Michigan Saturday at the Flora Stone;
TeaRom.,th coriorsan th minMather gymkhana in Cleveland.
night and at this jamboree we saw much pre-Thanksgiving celebrating going Tea Room, the corridors and the main aOther schools participating in the
on. . . Margaret Ferries, dressed in red candy-striped pajamas was munch dining room of the League.gtha er pat
_______gymkhana were Ohio State, Oberlin,
ing sandwiches along with Margery Lehner and Fitz Bridges.. . Fred Thomp- Lake Erie and Flora Stone Mather
son, in a gunny sack was doing well by the party and we saw Herb Bradfield Dames To Initiate 110 College.
in the party ... The Beta Party was much on the fun side, what with a Miss Hood entered the "dip-donut"
parade and all during intermission . . . Helen Rigterink and Chuck Barrett New Members' loday contest, in which she took first place.
were there and we saw Jane Elspass with Bob Watt.. . We saw Joan Hanson, Initiation of 110 new members into Miss Gillen was in the costume class
Bob Lodge, Mary Lou Enders and Dick Black in the parade . . . The the Michigan Dames will take place Iand the musical stalls contest. Both
Thanksgiving party mood was everywhere and soon we'll be going home to, at 8:15 p.m. today in the Grand Rap- entered the pairs class.
have our turkey hey day, so have fun and be careful with your little hatchets.] ids Room of the League. Eileen Lay, '40, was originally chos-
We whipped over to the Phi Delt radio-dance for a while . . .noticed Mrs. Roy Joyce, president of the en to represent the University, but
Dan Jones tearing off an intricate step with Hattibel Groh . . . Hope Petroleas group, is in charge of the ceremonies, s s unable to go.
was intrigued by the workings of a ,tiny white mechanical bull presented at which Mrs. R. D. Schick will sing.
to her by Greg Maxwell. . . the much-discussed Tom Harmon was vieing for Refreshments are being arranged for
the attentions of Betty Marconie, an import, with the Phi Delt madman L. C. Bardon.
Dave Hunna. . Bily Brown looked sleepy but aroused himself from his Handbooks will be passed out MA n
this meeting, listing officers, faculty
lethargy long enough to shuffle out into the center of the Big Apple and advisers, members and standing com-
rip through a terrific "shine" . 7-mittees for the year.
necu1i 'int~eiig .Oaay I
The board of directors of the Mich-
igan Alumnae Council will hold a spe-
cial meeting at 10 a.m. today in the
League, said Mrs. Lucille B. Conger,
executive-secretary of all alumnae
from this University.
Mrs. Stowell Stebbins, chairman of
the qouncil, will come from her home
in MArshall to preside at the meeting,
Mrs. Conger said. A luncheon at the
League is to follow the business ses-
CABARET COMMITTEES MEET
The program committee of Soph-
omore Cabaret will have a meetingat
5 p.m. today in the League, Harriet
Sharkey, chairman, has announced.
There will be a meeting of the pub-
licity committee at 4 p.m. today in
Room 5 of theLeague.
U E SDAY--WE D NESDAY
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e have an outstanding
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