By the Neighbor
This weekend started off early with the Hillel tea dance Friday after-
noon, at the Union. Jean Tenofsky and Ted Leibovitz were busy taking in
tickets at the door. Among the hostesses buzzing around were Norma Gins-
berg, Natalie Sherman, Jane Sanger, Doris Wechsler, Edith Coffmann and
Alice Seltzer. Doing the Lambeth Walk were Adele Franklin and Sam
Grant, Marie Davis, Gloria Schlager, Dave Rice, Reva Frumken, Chester
Phillipson and Sid Steinhart.
At the Pi Lambda Phi pledge formal we ran across Mimi Cohen and
Leo Klauber saying this and that to Jean Ross and Eugene Kane. Johnnie
Mitchell and Janet Jacobon were there as were Laura Kastanel and Eddie
Resnick. Jimmy Frankel and Betty Lipton were enjoying the music with
due feeling. Len Eastman and Dottie Glass were 'swinging out in good style.
We strolled over past the Zeta Beta Tau house and saw Shirley Toubus and
Dick Wile going in the door. Peeking through the window in our best Sherlock
Holmes manner, we saw Elaine Deutsch dance by with Harold Stackler, and
Janet Sotto was listening intently to what Ralph Loef had to say.
Charlie Swings It With Extra Umph..
Over at the League and such goings on! Bingo, dancing and everything.
Dave Blue and Alice Stevenson were sitting this one out with Owen Baker
who was patienty awaiting his date. Phil Newman and Barb Heath danced
passed us and almost bumped into Pattie Haislip and Ben Dewey. Alberta
Wood and Bob Golden were coming down the stairs from the ballroom as
Myrtle McElfresh and Agnes Landers floated up in a hurry. Betty Brackett
and Bill Comstock went whizzing around to Charlie's music which was extra
smooth Friday night. Keep it up, Charlie!
'Johnny Stevens and Janet Grace were
going after their wraps at the same time
s as.Jane Ulrey and Doug Fowle.
The Dekes threw a hayride Friday
Snight and they're still recuperating from
d :4 falling off the wagon, the crowd was so
big. Tangled up in straw and people were
A:Jim Livingston, Louise Carpenter, Guy
Howard, Mary Wheat, Gwen Lemon,
Charlie Hohman, Dick Long and Betty
Ward. Lending their husky voices in song
were Ted Grace, Mery Levan, Wallie
Meyn, Dorothy Rouse, Bill Canfield and
Jane Peterson. When they stopped for doughnuts and coffee some more ap-
peared as if from no where. This time we saw Armin Darmstaetter, Margene
Meyn, Bill Davidson, Beverly Bracken, Fran Morley and Bill Miller. Just
befdre leaving Fran Mackey and Bill Delbridges were scrambling for seats for
the ride home.
Busy Night At Union And A.T.O. House ...
Friday was such a busy night but we took a few/minutes and snuck into
the Union for a glimpse; results: Margo Thom and Bob Elliot were there and
so were Dottie Shipman and Bud Lundahl. Barbara Teal and Dorothy Davis
were seeking their wraps and Norman Kewley was seeking his date. Wehope
that they were successful. There were still a few minutes left till 1:30 a.m. so
we dashed over to the A.T.O. house and this is what we saw: Bette Meyer with
Glenn Brink, Janet Clark and Frank Sprogle having just heaps of fun, and
dashing out on their way home were Berta Leete and Jerry Martin.
Doughnuts And Cider Add To Hayride...
Lambda Chi Alpha also gave a hayride th~is weekend and it was loads of
fun. Millie Radford and Morgan Gibbs were seated in the middle of an over-
crowded haywagon, trying to pretend to be comfortable. We still have our
doubts. At the stopping off post we saw Ann Hall and
Jimmy Colenso hungrily munching on sugared
doughnuts, while they washed it' down with cider.
%Patsy Matthews and Mickey MacLeod were dancing
amid an autumn setting of cornstalks.
Sturday night at the League was quite a busy
time. Betty Jane Crawford was there with Bill Lait-
ner and they neatly avoided a horrible collision on
the dance floor with Tad Lynch and Johnnie Devine,
at one moment in the evening. Anna Kay Pease
and Bud Bittinger were enjoying themselves immensely and Joe Reed and
Joan Davidson were doing some fancy stepping. Fran Bourke was seen com-
ing out of the cloak room just as Ellen'Krieghoff and Jim Douglas arrived
to check their wraps.
Sunday Dinner Finishes A Weekend'.
Sunday at the Psi U. house for dinner was Glade Allen who came out
for the weekend, and was busily eating her plate clean while Don Barnes
kept the conversation going between bites. Jane Nussbaum and Jack Chap-,
man were at the Junior table with Dottie Stephenson, Jim Hammond, andl
Dwight Adams. Kevel Thomas adorned the Senior table with Phil Whitte-i
more. They all dashed off to welcome the team home and we were joined
by Alice Thomas and Dave Haughey.
At the Sunday Night Symposium at thes
t; / n Hillel Foundation, becoming very intellectual,
we noticed Avery Weissman, Lorraine Mantler,
Helen Novitski, Bryna Lewis, Maurie Simons,;
and Art Katz among a host of faces. Considering
the fact that so many went 'way out to Minne-
apolis to see the game, this weekend was quite a
gay one, and every one who stayed home had
just as much fun as those who went away.
Will Hold Annual Sorority
Dinner Monday, Oct. 31
In Ballroom Of League
Chairmen for Panhellenic banquet
which will be held at 6 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 31 in the League ballroom were
announced today by Stephanie Par-
fet, '39, president of Panhellenic
Council, and Anne Kingston, '40, gen-
eral chairman of the banquet.
Betty Rouse, '40, will be in charge
of the ticket sale, and Madeleine Wes-
tendorf, '40, will arrange for the
music at the banquet. Other chair-
men who have been appointedby
Miss Parfet and Miss Kingston are:
menu and seating, Beth O'Roke, '40;
program and features, Jane Jewett,
'40; decorations and seating of speak-
ers, Jeanne Clemmons, '40.
Miss Rouse, who is a member of
Alpha Chi Omega, was ticket chair-
man of the 1938 Sophomore Cabaret.
She was a member of the sophomore
class finance committee and she is
on the staff of the Michiganensian.
Miss Westendorf is affiliated with'
Alpha Delta Pi, and Miss O'Roke, a
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma,
was on the central committee for the
1938 Intersorority Sing.
Miss Jewett is a member of the
staff of the Michiganensian. She
was hostess chairman for the 1938
Sophomore Cabaret, and she is af-
filiated with Delta Gamma. Miss
Clemmons is a member of Kappa
To Hold Dance
Friday Is Date Chosen For'
Congress, independent men's or-N
ganization will sponsor the annuals
Congressional Fling from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday in the League Ballroom,
Edward Wetter,-'39, chairman of the
dance announced today.
Other chairmen for the Fling are:'
Edward Egle, '39E, Harold Nickols,
'39, Bill Rockwell, '41, and Roland
Charlie Zwick and his band have
been contracted to play for the in-
formal dance. A floor show will be
given during the evening and refresh-
ments will be served. Tickets are t
priced at $1.25.
Volleyball Season t
The women's intramural volleyball
tournament is opening this week, it
was announced by Jane Dunbar, '40,
W.A.A. intramural manager.
Gamma Phi Beta will play Alphar
Phi and Zone VII. will play Kappa
Delta at 4:30 p.m. today. At 5:10
p.m today Alumnae House and Adelia
Cheever will play, and Zone VIII will
play Mosher Hall. Kappa Kappa
Gamma will pay Pi Beta Phi and
Alpha Omicron Pi will play Alpha
Chi Omega at 4:30 'p.m. tomorrow.
The Zone II-Collegiate Sorosis and
Alpha Gamma Delta-Alpha Delta Pi t
games will be played at 5:10 p.m. to-
Thursday's games will be Helen
Newberry Residence vs. Martha Cook
and Delta Delta Delta vs. Kappa Al- =
pha Theta at 4:30 p.m. and Zeta
Tau Alpha vs. Delta Gamma and Phi
Sigma Sigma vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi
at 5:10 .p.m.
Theatre-Arts Will Meet
Theatre-Arts Committee will meet
at 4:30 p.m. today in the League, Bar-
bara Chissus, '39, announced. Heads
of sub-committees wil be introduced
to the group. Attendance is required.
Afterall, what has Minneapolis got that Ann Arobr hasn't? Farewell untilj
next week and have a grand time at New Haven, those of you who are lucky
enough to go.
Whichever you prefer . . . but you must prefer
one to be in the swing of fashion this fall. Our
collection of jackets and skirts is growing larger
with new arrivals anxious to be glorified in
harmonizing or contrasting combinations.
Jackets and skirts in plaids, shadow checks,
monotone tweeds . . . with well-tailored details
that make them collectors' items.
Beautiful autumn tones . . . Wines . . . Purples
Blues . . . Greens . Browns.
$3.50 to $7.95
$10.95 to $16.50
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