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TUESDAY, ,TAN. 4, 1958

THE MtICTGAN DAILY

PACE rnE

Fraternities To Star Stepin Fetchit, Bernie Cummins I

t Ball

Knight 7 TDate
By MARIANNE

Annual Dance
To Be In Both

Six Weddings, Ten. Betrothals,
nA iwnoced In Holilay Season

(iitlhe't To Speak Meeting. Of League
b) FilcuIyWo-ne ie IuseOrg a nization
~Fh t)11)11Tgjrfli

I

Greetings, Happy New Year and what a vacation . . . but here we are
back again to welcome you all and look back into the annals of the past
year .. . to see what you were doing in the dim dark past of 1937 (and what
you may have resolved never to do again) . . . Knights and dates had
more night life than we can possibly put in the short space we have to
make the rounds . . . but there were a few high lights that just can't be
neglected.
So here 'tis ... and here's hoping Santa filled your stockings full to the
brim, incidentally . . . Just as he filled many, many hours full of grand
and happy times for vacationers .. . Detroit was no
4" doubt the center of more goings on for Michigan
knights and dates than any other city (but various
and sundry cities were close rivals . . . and a
starting point of Detroit's fun and frivolity was
00. College Night at the Golf Club . . . What a party,
and just almost everybody was there ... Ruth Allen
j f was there with Bob Barnes and it seemed just like
a reunion party for all the people ... Frances Bro-
therton and George McCain were having grand fun together . . . Saw Janet
Burns and Joe Spitzley there and Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller (the former
Carolyn Morse, you know). Flint was full of excitement too and the Beta
Rose Ball was one of the better parties of vacation time . . . Peg Jackson
and Neil Conover were in the party.
Not A Haunt In The Town.. .
We may think Ann Arbor becomes a veritable haunted spot when the
majority of us leave for vacation ... bljt not for a moment . . . Ann Arbor
is quite the gay place-with party after party . .. and all of the very best
sort, too. . . Never a dull moment.. . Mary Margaret Meloche, Beth O'Roke,
Mary Piersol and Betty Bonisteel gave a party in the League and invited
loads and loads of people . . . Genny Osgood, Carolyn Coler, Vin Moore,
Becky Bursley and Scott Osler were some of the people we saw there . . .
Mike Neal gave a very fine party at the Alpha Phi house too ... Gwen Lemon

Mr Ivan N. Cuthbert will speak to A " ' ':' aKr'v"x'
Union, Leag e Six weddings and 10 engagements and Phi LambdaUpsilon, nthe Interior Decoration group of the
n one g Sivwerds sdns nga ts a i. Lamba Upsion, honor SO- Faculty Women's Club at a meeting The first regular meeting of the
ofUiestjtdnsadgautsceis at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League, newly-formed representative organ-
Ticket Sale Will Begin At were announced over the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Isaacson of Ann Mr. Cuthbert will give a practical iatioy-formed hoses wille held
, holidays. Arbor announce the engagement of talk on "Building Plans and How toiatin for league houses will be held
6 P.M. Today; Erskne The engagement of Mary Virginia their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Interpret Them" which will include at 4:30 p.m. today in the Grand
Hawkins' Band Plays Andrew. '37, daughter of Mr. A. G. Robert C. Morrell, '38E, son of Mr. discussion of house plans, specifica- Rapids Room of the League.
Andrew of Houghton to Thomas and Mrs. Robert W. Morrell of Long tions and building materials. Hope Hartwig, '38, president of
Stepin Fetchit, with Erskine Haw- Grieg Ayers, '37, of Highland Park Island, N.Y. Morrell is affiliated -- - the League, will present tentative ar-
kins and his swing band, as well as was announced recently. Ayres is af- with Alpha Sigma Phi.. gineering college of the University. rangements for social activities to be
Bernie Cummins and his orchestra, filiated with Trigon fraternity and is Wedding Is Planned Altavene Elizabeth Howard, '40,
will play for the Interfraternity Ball now employed by the Packard Motor At a family dinner party in D- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. held by the woen living in league
to be held Friday, Jan. 14 in the Company of Detroit. troit, the engagement of Esther Howard, and Kenneth Sherwood houses. Miss Fthel McCormick, so-
Union and League ballrooms, accord- Prof. and Mrs. Louis J. Rouse of Theurer, Grad., daughter of Mrs. Kensler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter cial director of the League, will also
ing to Bud Lundahl, '38, chairman. Ann Arbor announce the engage- Matilda Theurer of Ann Arbor, to Kensler of Vincennes, Ind., were be present at the meeting.

and Dwight' Adams were there . . . Harriet Heath
and Stek McCallum were in on the fun too.. . Mary
Potter had a party at her home too . . . and here we
sRw Hope Hartwig with Ned Lewis, Jean Douglas
with Fred Vogt and Margie Collins with John Doug-
las.
And New Year's Eve brought many a couple to
the party at the Union . . . And a real party it was
with all the New Year's cheer you could ask for,.. .
At this gala affair were Betty Ann Chaufty, Betty,

O O
Anne Beebe, and Bob j

Fetchit, star of cinema and stage, ment of their daughter, Madeleine, to
will bring his show of "Stars from Charles H. Brooks of Marcus Hook,v
Hollywood" to Ann Arbor directly Pa., son of Mrs. Louis C. Brooks.-
from New York, where he has been Madeleine Rouse To Marry t
performing at the Up-Roar Club in Miss Rouse received a master's de-l
that city. Two other acts will be pre- gree from the University of 1935.1
sented during the evening, Lundahl Brooks is a graduate of Yale and het
said, besides the antics of the come- received his master's degree from,
dian. the University in 1934 and his doe-.
Band Played In Chicago tor's degree in 1937. He is affiliated1
Cummins, coming from recent en- with Phi Sigma Kappa. He is also at
gagements at the Edgewater Beach member of Tau Beta Phi, Sigma Xi
Hotel in Chicago and the Hotel Bilt- - -_-
more in New York, will feature, with
his orchestra, the voices of his youn-
ger brother, Walter, and the Three
Sophisticates. The contrast between1
the sweet melodies of Cummins' or- Guests At Tea
chestra and the swinging jazz of1
Hawkin's band will be noted, Lun-
dahl said last night. Ruthvens Will Be Hosts,
Tickets To Go Oi Sale
Tickets for the dance will go on At Affair Tomorrow
sale at 6 p.m. today in the fraternity
houses on campus. They are pi'iced Five members of the faculty and
at $3. 1 their wives will be specially invited
Roy E. Frazier, '38, is co-chairman guests at the first Ruthven Tea of
of the Ball, and other committeemen the New Year. to be held from 4 to
are Roland Athay, '38; Robert Can- 6 p.m. tomorrow at the President's
ning, '39; Arthur Colman, '39; D. home.
Philip Clark, '38. Julian Kilman, '39; Dean Wilbur T. Humphreys and
John R. Finek, '39E; John Thompson, Mrs. Humphreys, Prof. Bennelt
'39, and Phillips Whittemore, '39E. Weaver of the English department
and Mrs. Weaver, Prof. Karl Litzen-
berg, of the English department and
League To Hold 1ancing Mrs. Litzenberg, Prof. Joseph R. Hay-
Classes Next Semester den, of the political science depart-
ment and Mrs. Hayden and Prof.
The regular Tuesday night danc- Robert C. Angell, ofsthe sociology
ing classes for beginners and inter- department and Mrs. Angell are
mediates will not meet until after the those who will attend.
beginning df next semester, it was Student groups which have been
announced by Jean McConkey, '38, invited are Kappa Alpha Theta andI
vice-president of the League, in Delta Delta Delta sororities, Jordan
charge of these classes. Hall, Orientation groups 87 through
"There has been quite a demand 90, Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau Omega.
for more classes such as these," Miss Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Nu and
McConkey said, "and they will con- Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternities.
tinue next semester. This semester's Those who will pour are Mrs. Hum-
classes were very successful." phreys, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Litzen-
berg. Mrs. Hayden, Mrs. Jane A. Or-
WYVERN TO MEET TODAY bison, housemother of Delta Delta
Wyvern, junior women's honorary I Delta sorority, Mrs. Harry Hall,
society, will have a luncheon meeting housemother of Kappa Alpha Theta
at noon today at the League. The sorority, Mrs. Helen V. Phelps,
room will be announced on the bul- housemother of Sigma Nu fraternity,
letin board. All members must at- and Mrs. William Morley, social di-
tend. rector of Jordan Hall.
.......... .. -

Sale

of

Walter T. Buhl, Grad., of Utica, N.Y. married Saturday, Dec. 18 at the__ __ ______ __
was announced during the holidays. home of the bride in Ann Arbor. 'KNAVE AND MAID'
Mrs. Charles L. Brooks of Ann Ar- Mrs. Kensler is a member of the; TICKET SALE
bor announces the engagements of University Girls' Glee club of the Tickets for "Knave and Maids,"
her daughter, Pauline, '31, to John Choral Union and a member of the Childrens Theatre production, to
R. McMullen of Ann Arbor, son of Ann Arbor Independents. The couple be given Jan. 7 and 8 will be on
the late Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. Mc- will live in Ann Arbor until June. sale daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Mullen. The marriage of Mrs. Louis Heit- in the box office of the Lydia Men-
Miss Brooks is affiliated with Kap- man of Broadway, daughter of Har- delssohn Theatre.
pa Kappa Gamma. The wedding will old P. Breitenbach of Detroit and
take place in Febiuary. Robert M. Sentman of Detroit was
Engagement Is Announced announced recently. Mrs. Sentman
The engagement of Elizabeth Leigh graduated from the University, and W
Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, FISHOW S WATCH
Joseph H. Thompson of Ypsilanti, honor sociological sorority.and
Lind John D. McKenzie of Pittsburgh, Adelaide B. Symons, daughter of JEWELRY REPAIR
PM.. son of Mrs. Mollie McKenzie, of Mrs. J. Shirley Symons of Saginaw, 347 Maynard Cor. WIftlarzn
Ypsilanti was recently made known. and M. James Houlihan, son of Mir Watch Crystals 35c
McKenzie is a graduate of the en- (Continued on Page 6)_ _
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SHOES i

$385

and $485

Pair

Eberbaugh . . .
Sunny Florida was a glorious vacation spot we hear . . . the Abbott
family spent all vacation taking in the social life and living leisurely in
Florida . . . And Michigan was well represented at the swimming exhibi-
tion-with some 40 entries.
Michigan In The Limelight.
Jim Welsh was the "talked about" representative but there were many
others who need mentioning... Hanley Staley, Jack Kasley, Bill Beebe, Bob
Sauer, Ed Kirar, John Haigh and lots of others really put us in the limelight
the Earl Riskeys were there /to see the action as were Prof. and Mrs.
Joseph Cannon . . .The Hawley Tappings were also there ...
Grand Rapids was a great spot too . . . especially New Year's Eve (it's
always a gay place--come this time of year) . . . Stephanie Parfet and San
Ladd were there for the fun.. . and Marge Williams was with Bud Everett ...
and we saw Mary Lavan with Hi Collins during the course of the party . .
Dody Day and Russ Cole had their own little group and we saw Jane
Hardy and Burt Reedy with them now and then . . . Dot Lavan and Bob
Winters were there . . . as were Jean Geyer and Herm Hannock . . . Jem
Cole gave a party and Alys Pierce, Betty Hill and Hank Houston} were some
of the people there ...
i.1

Nearly the entire stock of winter footwear has been reduced
for clearance. Sensible sports types perfect for Campus .
dress-up styles for dates.
SUEDE ... GABARDINE.. ..CALF . ..

BLACK . . . BROWN... GREY . .

WINE

All Heel Heights

Formerly $5.00 to $7.50

4oodyear 's

COLLEGE

SHOE

SHOP

On the CAMPUS

- _. ,

Sale of DRESSES

9.98
Ini this grou are bril-
liantly printed satin jer-
seys . . . dark sheers and
ciepes . . . styles for class
and dress wear ... value;
to 16.95.

14-98
The Nan Westey "stud"
dresses so perfect for
daytime weas" . . Stroock's
soft angora woolen frocks
in dressmaker styles . . .
smart crepes . . . values to
19.75.

p

ti
t y.
7

SIZES 10 to i1

The "Snip" and the "Monterey"
SPORTS BRIMS
1.98
Silad to ,pers for cla'ss lf rom now until late spring The o uSni''
is a saucy sna' brim [) it. 1 i a very shalow i oundi (r'iown ... t:h.

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