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List Of Patrons For Union Formal Is Announ
Another lively weekend has come and gone, leaving the students a bit
worse for the wear and tear, but nevertheless, eager for coming events. There
were so many social functions on campus that they couldn't all be covered
this weekend. Jim Dunlap was enjoying Steinle's swing at the Union Friday
night, with Phyllis Bennett. Fran Bourke and Carvel Shaw almost bumped
into Dave Cushing and Marie McElroy on the dance floor. William Allen
Briggs was seen giving Mrs. Himler quite a whirl. Betty Bonisteel and Dorothy
Stevens were in the cloak room checking their wraps. Rex Latham and
Jean Gorenier disappeared into the Pendleton Library to catch up
on the current periodicals. Some were coking in the Rumsey dining room.
We saw Virginia Vorhees, Florence Brotherton, Goff Smith, and Jack Collins
at one table. Across the room, were Marty Dailey, Johnnie Devine, Ann Ved-
der and Herm Cole. Back upstairs again, and Bill Hines went by with Agnes
We peeked in the League for just a split second and saw Connie Both-
man with Bert Lefkowich. Robert Platt went by with Madeline Betty Myers.
Harry Bloch and Ruth Jacobson gently bumped Chuck Colman and Elaine
Rusnick. And so home, tb bull sessions and then to bed.
Saturday was another big day with football, open houses, and heaps of
dances that night. Carrie Collins and Dave Ladd were seen trailing the
band. Nancy Stonington and date were scrambling for their seats just before
the kickoff. After the game Jane and Tish O'Farrell were see waiting for
someone . . . Trudging home when it was all over, were Beth O'Roke and
The Dekes had another of thir famous open houses. Mary LeVan and
Bill Hubbard were very much present. Volney Moron and Dorothy Ticheman
were talking with Bob Cusac and Jane Connor, from Chicago, in spite of all
the noise. Tommie Dafoe and Dorothea Rouse, and Pri Abbot and Bill Mitch-
ell were there.-
Union Is Gay Saturday .. .
Saturday at the Union, Jane Baits and Don Morgan were in the tap
room. Sitting near them were Kay Dye and Pinky Higgens. Agnes Landers
and Jack McElfresh went floating by Carrie Wismer and Jimmy Lovett. Sally
Redner, Chuck Probst, Jerry Fink, Genevieve Spurgeon, Dick Roemer,
Shirley Bannerman, Ross Campbell and Charlotte Wyss were seen making
a mass donation of one cent for a haircut for Bob Steinle. The orchestra.
seemed to agree for they gave a mighty blast of approval. Dottie Cowan
and Bob Marx were in the tap room at the same time as Dottie Aikens and
Blake Baxter, and Mary Jane Kenny and Wesley Caire. Janet Clark and
Ted.Lorig went by doing one of the latest Brooklyn steps. Jane Giescke and
Mac Wells were having a gay old time as we left.
Over at the S.A.E. party were Sue Vogy and Bruce Beier dancing in
the blue light of a nifty neon "M." Marion MacBregor and Bill Taft, of
Holland, Mich., were counting the steps from the third floor ballroom to the
first floor but they got so mixed up we never found the answer. Pat Tackels
and Dick McGrath wandered'in later and were met by alumna, Vera Gray,
and Eugene Kline. Mary Lou Ender and Dick Black were chatting with
Sue Stevenson and Bill Hines. Louisa Penny, Fred McCraken, Bob Emmett
and Jean ,Bertram were in a corner talking of this and that.
A Perfect Week End . ..
At the Chi Phi house Art McIntyre was dancing with Marion Wendell
from Detroit, and Perry Vaughan was with Ann Smith from Bloomfield
Hills. Johnny Yoder waq with Midge Everett, and they had quite a talk with
Fritz Haskell and Chuck McHugh. Alice Bassett left Walt Klein long enough
to give her version of "Reverie" over the orchestra "mike." How about sign-
ing up with .Steinle, this year. Alice? Barbara Wheat and Bob Miller were
also among those seen, and we mustn't forget Bill Williams and Betty Sage,
who lent much to the festivities. Bob Canning, and Mary Mooney went
around all evening saying, "When you ask for gum, don't say gum, say,
Beechies." They had the whole house saying it before the evening ended.
Alice Thomasand Fritz Vogt arrived early and left late. Johnny Burns and
Martha Burns were just leaving as we went for hat and coat.
At the Phi Psi house, Bill Gail's orchestra was.going full blast as Margene
Meyn and Bill Dobson entered. Bill Loud and Ruthie Allen were among the
late arrivals. Dick Adler and Jane Terry, Lee Hardy and Bill Rose, had quite'
a job keeping time to one of Gail's faster pieces. Everyone was worn out
when the music ended.
Sunday afternoon was such a nice day that quite a few went out Huron
Hills way to go horse back riding. Kay Forgerg, Phil Gallagher, Dottie LeVan,
and Nina McClellan were mounting their trusty steeds as Lillian Zimmerman
and Johnny Hopper rode off, followed by Esh Wunsch and Jane Nussbaum.
Earlier in the day, some members of the faculty were out riding. Lieutenant
and Mrs. Wyman had an early start, and Professor Carter Adams went off
for a solitary ride. Katherine Kerr was also out early Sunday morning and
later Sally Lou Weidlein came out for a brisk trot, accompanied by persons
unknown. And a good time was had by all this weekend. Another busy
weekend is soon to come and until then, the Party Line signs off.
Tickets Will Be Available
Until Friday For Annual
Dance Held Oct. 21
The list of patrons for the Union
Formal to be held Friday, Oct. 21.
was announced by Hadley Smith, '40,
chairman of the program committee.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven head the list as well as Re-
gent and Mrs. J. E. Beal, Regent and
Mrs. F. M. Cook, Dean and Mrs. J.
A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. S. T. Dana,
Dean Alice Lloyd, and Dean and Mrs,
W. B. Rea.
Mr. and Mrs. Don May, Prof. and
Mrs. W. A. McLaughlin, Prof. and
Mrs. E. D. Mitchell, Dr. and Mrs. D.
W Myers, Prof. R. G. Rodkey, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping. Prof.
and Mrs. J. S. Worley, Prof. and Mrs.
Chester O. Wisler, Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Waltz, Mr. and Mrs. William Kesl,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cakes, and Miss
Bertha Welker will also be patrons
for the affair.
A record sale of tickets was made
yesterday, Jim Wills, '40, ticket chair-
man stated. He adde dthat tickets will
remain on sale until Friday and will
be sold from 3 to 5:30 p. m. in the
south concourse of the Union. They
may also beobtained at any time at
the main desk of the Union.
The Executive Council of the Union,
which is sponsoring the dance, are
making arrangements for a profes-
sional floor show, Don Nixon, '40,
publicity chairman said and pointed
out that the rapid sale of tickets
necessitated making early reserva-
. and -
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mogford of De-
troit have announced the marriage
of their daughter Helen Marie, '37
to Walter Bieneman, '37. The cere-
mony took place at 4:39 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 8 at Inverness Country
Club in Toledo, Ohio.
Miss Mogford was affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta sorority. Her at-
tendants were Margaret McCall, '39,
Delta Delta Delta, Narify Berdan, '37,
of Bay City, and Phyllis Price, '37 of
Toledo. Serving as usher was Roan
The engagement of Marie Eliza-
beth Lowery, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
P. C. Lowery of Bloomfield Hills to
Fred H. Rollins, Jr., '34, was an-
nounced at a tea at the former's
home Oct. 8. Mr Rollins was af-
filited with Delta Upsilon fraternity
while on campus.
The marriage of Marian Donald-
son, '34, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett W. Donaldson of Pontiac to
Hugh D. Grove, '34E, of Fostoria,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W.
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The Michigan Dames will openKo
their year's activities with a tea to be
given by Mrs. Alexander Ruthven at
4 p.m., Oct. 18, at her home on South W
The- Michigan Dames is an organ-
ization open to all wives of university
students and interns. All womenfJ
eligible for membership in the club lead
are urged by Mrs Ruthven to attend a fR
the tea. is ci
The first regular meeting of the or- day
ganization will be held at 8 p.m. Oct.1 E
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Saturday, Oct. 15 in the Cranbrook whil
Miss Donaldson was affiliated with forr
Colegiate Sorosis and Mr. Grove was all t
a member of Delta Upsilon. He shO(
served on the Unio nand Engineeringf T
Councils and was also a member of are
Triangles, honorary engineering fra- '41,
ternity. JeanneD onaldson, '41 will Ma
be the maid of honor for the occasion. '39.
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