By the Neighbor
This past weekend was extra gala, what with gobs of parties, a winning'
football team, and heaps of excitement galore. The enthusiasm en campus
reached a new high and is still rising. Friday night at the Union Peggy
Meagher and John Acker went swinging by as Barbara Foote and Bill Alvin
walked.in the door. Katherine Cramer and Max Buford were seen on their
way down to the tap room while Mary Beatty and Paul Wheeler trod the
golden stairs to the ballroom. Marjorie Allison and Vic Hylinger entered,
at the same time as Betty Bohn and Don Carlson. .::..
Millie Radford and Morgan Gibbs were chatting away with "
Patsy Matthews and Jack McCloud as Betty Whitely and w -
Port Brown beat it out to Steinle's super rhythm.
Over at the League Agnes Crow and John Atkinson
were enjoying themselves muchly as were Barbara Eckert,
and Wayne Truax. Marietta Killian and Russ Strickland,
and Tiny Blodgett and Hall Benham talked of this and
that while Mary Minor and Mike Meisel relished in the smooth syncopation
at that particular moment. Jane Nussbaum and Bill Griffiths were also
among those seen. Welcome back, Bill! Bob Winter was trailing Dottie LeVan
and Casey Carter was seen on the hunt for Marge Strand. Frank Langstrom
and Mary Alice MacAndrews were very much present as were Charline Pike
and Bill Eberhard. Polly Stevens and Art Allen were "having wonderful
time," not to forget Mary Martha Nichols and Armand Darmstaetter.
And We Won The Game!
Among the burly mob at the game Saturday we saw Bill Briggs, Bob
Ferries and Marge Everett rushing to get there before the "kick off." Freddie
Haskell and Frank Morton were there cheering their heads off under the
guidance of Bob Canning. "Tommie" McLaughlin and Bill Black sang loud
Slips Must Be Presented
To League Committee
Chairmen By Oct. 15
October 15 has been set as the dead-
line for all League eligibility slips
which must be signed by Janet Ful-,
lenwider, '39, merit system chairman,,
it was announced at a meeting of theE
League Council yesterday.
Miss Fullenwider will be in the
League undergraduate office from 4
until 5 p.m. each day to sign the slips.
Names of the new members of all,
League committees will be published
after Oct. 15.
The Ann Arbor women's hockey
club, which is made up of teachers
and graduate students, has chal-
lenged the University club to a hockey
ganie Thursday, Oct. 20.
All graduate students who are in-
terested in playing with the club may
do so by calling Marie Hartwigpresi-
dent. One more practice will be held
at 9 a.m. Sunday.
The club plans to play Detroit Sun-
day, Oct. 16, and to play Cleveland
and Hamtramack on successive Suf-
days. The players will also take part
in the Great Lakes district tourna-
ment Nov. 13. The team is coached
by Barbara Crow, instructor of hockey
in the physical education department.
W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Archery: Meeting at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the Women's Ath-
Dance: Meeting at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Women's Athletic
Hockey: Open practices at 4:15
p.m. today and Thursday at Palm-
Riding: Meeting at 4 p.m. today
in the small lounge of the Women's
Athletic Building; supper ride at
5 p.m. today at Barbour Gymna-
Tennis: Singles tournament will
Pleats Add Smartness
Despite the fact that every girl I
student throws off her coat about
10:30 a.m., and wanders around in a
sweater warm enough for fall, there'll
come a day when these people will dig
out the warmest coats they have.
This year the favorites for campus
weartare the reversible coats, a wool
top to wear on sunny days and a
gabardine for damp weather. In
contrast to the natural colored gab-
ardine, the wool sides come in Tar-
tan plaids, checks of all colors and
plain shades. A striking combina-
tion canb e found by combining a
sherry colored skirt with a bright
However, if one doesn't want to
give up wearing a camel's hair polo
coat with the roomy sleeves, deep
pockets and the back slit, you can
now rejoice: camel's hair coats are be-
ing designed in the reversible style.
Yet the reversible coat shares the
limelight for class room wear with
the reefer coats. One style featured
is the double breasted coat in teal
blue or hunter green Shetland tweed.
Another style, the fitted button-down-
the-front coat can be worn flattering-
ly both to classes, football games, and
Speaking of football games, the
slogan is, "Dress Warmly!" And one
of the smartest and warmest coats is'
the top coat of a three piece suit.
Whether the coat is a Kenwood tweed
in a herringbone pattern with a nar-
row tailored collar or a full swagger
trimed with wolf or some of the other
popular furs, its place is certainly on
the 50-yard line of fashion.
However. a campus miss doesn't
wear sports clothes all the time, and
neither are allcoats only those for
sports. For that heavy date in Ann
Arbor, for that jaunt in Detroit, and
for a house party, dressy coats are in
great demand. And it's in this class
that one can get away from a 'uni-
There are wool-and-velvet coats,
coats with fur sleeves stopping at the
elbows, coats with hem length re-
veres from baronduki to monkey fur,
coats with a pencil silhoutte, and
those with a full skirt, bloused coats,
and square shoulders. Any type of
a coat, from the simples to the most
elaborate will be 'in' this year.
Archery Club Meeting
Will Take Place Today
The first meeting of the archery
club will be held at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow at the Women's Athletic
The club is open to anyone inter-
ested, Irene Sabo, '39Ed, manager,
)ckey Club Plans
Committees To Meet
Those committees which will
meet this week are: Theatre Arts
Committee, 4:30 p.m. today; Candy
booth committee, 4:15 p.m. today;
Merit system committee, 4 p.m. to-
day; and Ballroom committee, 4 p.m.
Following are the names of those
women included on League commit-
tees who have not presented their
eligibility slips; Jane Campbell, '39,
Mary Wheat, '39, Jane Krause, 41,
Eileen Bohnet, '41, Evelyn Ichelding-
er, '41, Margary Allison, 41, Beulah
Burns, '41, Lucille Kauer, '40, Dor-
othy Shipman, 40, Barbara Zapp, '40.
and long for dear old Alma Mater!!! Ruth Allen andI
C J Robbie Barnes also lent their vocal chords for theE
cause, and good cause it was. We won the game orI
C didja know? After it was all over, Mary Wheat andt
Fritz Vogt rushed out with the mob as did Becky
Bursley and John Winder.
q . There was great celebration at the Deke Housei
Tater in the afternoon. Izzy Du Charme came out
from Detroit to join Jim Grace in the merry making.
Heaps of alums came back, for Tom McCann was there with Poodie Pomeroy.
and Skippy Osborn was seen tying a napkin around Corny Davidson's neck,1
so that she wouldn't spill' any tea on herself. Frances Morley, Bill Miller,1
Barbara Simonds and Bud Kirk were doing a bit of chinning above the1
gentle roar. Lending th'eir voices to the din were Florence Simiago, Joe
Glasser, Priscilla Darmstaetter, Dick Long, Fran Mackey and Lib Hegge.
Serving tea in excellent style ,were Guy Howard, Bill Delbridge, Wallie
Meyn and Bucky Starr. Before leaving we saw Mary Lou Miller and Beebe
Kelley lending much to the festivities of the occasion.
Passing down Hill street, we saw Dan Shaw and Mary Beatty entering
the Alpha Sigma Phi house for buffet supper. Bill Hall opened the door with
a flourish as Carrie Wismer, June Tolf on, and Jean Farrell walked in
with their respective dates. Josh Jespersen and Teddie Miller came back
for the game and were among the many who enjoyed the supper and did
justice by it.
More ictors Celebrate -.
At the Phi Delt house Saturday evening, Hope Petroleas and Ed Biggar
were hailed by many, as were Alice Stevenson and Jerry McCarthy. Jinny
Bensley and Martin Newcomer were very much among those present.
Alice Bassett and Walt Klein enjoyed Francis Bourke's and Butch Jordon's
version of the Lambeth Walk. Betty Mandel and Larry Bassa and Lib Turner
and Fred Charleton greatly appreciated Bill Geisert's rendition of Star
Dust. Dick Tobin is back again but he forgot the books to squire Kay MacIvor
to the dance. We don't blame him! ! . !
Back to the League again, and Saturday, Annabel Van Winkle and Jack
Gelder were in a huddle on the steps with Harriet Thom, Harvey Clarke,
Jeanne Goman, Doug Fitting, Catherine Sprick and John Hulbert. Marilyn
Norris was waiting patiently for Waldo
Abbott as he in turn waited patiently for '
their ticket. Mary Lee Schuley from Michi-
gan State, and Jim Livingston were seen,-.
leaving at ten, for parts unknown. Nancy
Gould and Jim'Flint were going up the stairs=
as Kitty Mead and Dana Seeley were coming
down again. Nancy Chapman was with Jack
Drum, a lad from Michigan State. These
State lads and lassies seem to rate . .
Charlie Zwick led the singing for "The Maize and Blue," but all we heard
coming from behind those tonsils was "La, Ia, la." How about coming to
college, Charlie. and learning a few songs? Ginny Osterman and Jack
Murphy ,arrived at the Ballroom in time to join in on the last strains.
Steinle and Porter Preside at Union...
At the Union, Astrid Hegge and Harold Wagenschutz were blithely danc-
ing at one end of the ballroom while Marion Stern and Bye Harris were
having a heated (?) discussion at the other end. Jeannie Donaldson was
there with Lloyd Walker and Dottie Boyer went dancing by in the arms of
Bud Whitely. Chloe Ann Van Schoick and Don Ritchie visited the tap room
as did Genevieve Spurgeon and Elmer Summerfield. Marjorie High and
Eligibility Slips Due
Dorothy Rice, '40A, Jeane Clem-
mons, 40, Cala Laborita, '39Ed, Mil-
dred Yoxall, '41, Nancy Gossard, '41E,
Janet Homer, 41, Margaret Bidlack,
'41, Anne Stannard, 40, Elizabeth
Luckham, '41, Phyllis Ludtke, '39,
Margaret Whittemore, '41A, Florence
Michlinski, '39, Ila Waggoner, 39,
Bettie Howard, '39, Betty Meyer, '40,
and Janet Fisher, 414.
THEATRE GROUP TO MEET
There will be a very important
meeting for members of the The-
atre Arts Committee at 4:30 p.m.
today in the League, Roberta
Chissus, '39, chairman, announced
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Davy,
of Evart, have announced the en-
.gagement of their daughter, Mary
Elizabeth, to Dr. Reed C. Prugh, '38M.
Dr. Prugh is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Merrill D. Prugh of Dayton, Ohio.
While on campus Miss Davy was
affiliated with Delta Delta Delta
sorority and was the chapter's presi-
dent last year when she was a senior.
Miss Davy was also Women's business
manager of the Daily. Dr. Prugh is
a member of Phi Delta Theta and
Phi Rho Sigma fraternities.
Secretary Will Visit Flint
Alumnae Meeting Today
The first of a number of visits to
alumnae council meetings in various
Michigan cities will be made by Mrs.
Lucile B. Conger, executive secretary
of the Alumnae Council, when she
attends the meeting of the Flint al-
umnae group at 6:30 p.m. today.
Oct. 19 Mrs. Conger will attend a
luncheon meeting in Birmingham and
that evening will go to an alumnae
meeting in Monroe.
Ann Arbor Women
Will Attend Meeting
The opening meeting of the Ann
Arbor Women's Club will be held at
2:30 p.m. today in the League.
A general introductory program is
planned with the chairmen of the va-
rious departments giving a summary
of the activities and plans of their
respective groups, it was announced
by Mrs. Nate Stanger, president of the
All Ann Arbor women interested in
joining the organization are urged by
Mrs. Stanger to attend the meeting
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as well as serviceable,; we suggest;
this fall favorite, which features
the new, slit neckline, elbow-
length sleeves, a belt that will flat-
ter the waistline, and the latest
Will Be Given Oct. 14
University freshmen will be en-
tertained at a party Oct. 8 given by
the Women's Association of the First
The annual homecoming luncheon
of the church will be on Oct. 14, and
the first of the church suppers will
be giver Oct. 20. Co-chairmen for
the social events are Mrs. James B.
Edmonson and Mrs. Raleigh Blouch.
Miss Ethel Towar and Mrs. William
M. Laird will have charge of a rum-
mage sale for the association and
King's Daughters circle Nov. 19.
In addition to these, plans were
made for a series of teas for the pur-
pose of furnishing the meeting rooms
and the organization of a junior choir.
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Jack Elsner arrived at the same time as Judy Straus-
laugh and 'Jimmy Patrick. Madeline Martin and
Dick Roehmer were doing some fancy stepping as
As we passed the Phi Psi house we peeked in the
window and saw Glen Robertson dancing with Bar-
bara Brem. Mary Ellen Wheeler was with Bill Dob-
son and Betty Shipman passed by with Bud Lundahl.
Chris Patton was stagging it, as usual, but there
was a twinkle in his eye as Betty Pusch went passed
OUR STATE STREET SHOP
IS J UST TWO'YEARS OLD
* with Jack Chapman. Marcia Connell and Alberta Wood were talking things
over while Marty Daily and Bob Morgan shouted greetings to Babs Patterson
and Jim Sargent as they arrived on the scene. And so ends another hilarious
weekend with Michigan State defeated for the first time in five years. Here's
hoping we can, and we have a sneaking hunch we will, celebrate over Chica-
go's victory next weekend.
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