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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Party Line
By the Neighbor

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Of course we hesitate to even start a recapitulation of l'affaires social
for the week-end, now that we've seen ourselves as others see us and dis-
covered this suburb of Ypsilanti to be nothing more than "a nice little town
filled with Kresge stores and hamburger joints and students." Ho hum.
Awlviously one simply cawnt get educated in an atmosphere sans "the
Drake," "the Loop".ambrosial stockyard fragrances, slumming parties etc.
etc. etc. and etc. It just isn't done. We know. We have it direct from the
typewriter of a fugitive from a freshwater college on the banks of Lake
Michigan who disguised herself as a Northwestern society reporter and
sneaked into Ann Arbor via the servant's entrance. Well we like our
"casual sloppiness and small-town friendliness" and we're keeping the
night locks on the side walks. Then the sunsets in Platt are always beauti-
ful,-everything else failing.
But to get on with the story.
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Tuhsiness A dmin stration Ioondoggng *.. *
The Alpha Kappa Psi's, local business administration sleep club, upset
the balance sheet Saturday and blew the dividends therefrom right smack
into a radio dance with free punch. Yesiree. Mary Jane Killean, only three-
time winneer of the all-South Haven beauty contest, followed Jimmy Mayei
wround the floor like a blood hound. Jimmy chose a simple clean white
shirt for the occasion with accessories of blue serge and calfskin. Mary
Jane wore a dress. Alexader Steigerwald squired Irene Sabo, Alexander
carried his close-cropped haircut off very well, everyone thought. Lillian
(Tilpbey or not Trubey) Tolhurst blew into town 2 hours unearly, according
to Squire Stan Trubey, but managed a reconciliation and lived happily every
minute after, Mr. Trubey told the Daily last night, in 4 strictly on-the-
record statement. Bob Fryer, student-emeritus and soinetime resident of
Toledo, Whippeted up for the spending spree and sat most of the dances
out with Marguerite McQuillan.
The Scene Changes . .
Over at the Union Rhoma Heal was discovered trailing an unidentIfied
male wearing a shirt with the laundry mark-Boris Wooley, while Beth
Jenkies and Shorty Wolf, Ann Hall and Jim Kolenzo, Ann Wills and Don
Carr, Monie Cadere and Morgan Gibbs, Mary Gage and Bill Hope, Janet
Davidson and Roy Neff, Mary Ann Bery and Roger Brandly (don't leave
now it's almost over) Gene Schiff and Grace Keaner, Don Ryker and Mar-,
Ann Mtitt-also danced!
,Over at the League there was also dancing. (adv.)
Public Papers of a Private Citi'zen. Most sophisticated spot in town:
Jim Gram's face when he gets it under that $7.50 homburg swiped from a
downtown restaurant..
The Inner Circle. . .
As for Pan Hell: well you know how it is with Pan-Hell, and this isn't
any lonely hearts department. Here's a catalog. Matchem any way you like.
Bob Cooper'. Betty Rouse
Jimmie Allen Barbara Fisher
Ben Dewey Carolyn Ross
Lee Crisman Pattie Hoff
Bill Chamberlain Pattie Haislip
Bud Appelgate Jane Wilson
Phil Clark Vivia Hoelscher
Ben Taylor Ginny Allen
Jim Tobin Alys Pierce
Fred Janke *M. K. Pierce
Wally Truc . Lou Carpenter
Jack Elsner Jeanne Gomon
Jerry Frericks Marge High
Dick (Deacon) Overhoff Mary Schmidt
Glen Swartout Jean Holland
Alan Andrews (there must be some mistake or
some one double dated!)

General eads
Of League Fair
To Meet Today;
Assistants To Chairmen a
Of Project Are Chosen t
By Central Committee
A general meeting for all chair-
men of booths for the League Fair
will be held at 5-pm. today in the
League, Ellen Cuthbert, '39, chair-!
man of the Fair, announced yester-
day.
It is, most important that all chair-
men be present, or send representa-
tives in case of unavoidable absence,
Miss Cuthbert emphasized. The room1
will be posted on the League bulletin ,
board.t
Committee Heads Announced
Committee members for the project1
have been announced by the centralr
committee. The decorations commit-
tee under the direction of Barbara
Talcott, '39, will be Marie McElroy,
'39 1owena LaCoste, '39, De Rhuat
Skinner, '40SM, Jane Holden, '39, and1
Jane Lord, '40.
The ticket committee, under Ma-
rian Smith, '39, assistant chairman
of the Fair, will include Ruth Mene-
fee, '39, Jane Mowers, '40, Mary Jane
Le Gros, '40, Mary Schweickhard, '40,
Jean Harley, '39, Lucile Kauer, '40.
Maxine Baribeau, '40, Virginia Dur-
and, '40, Beulah Fenske, '39Ed, Joan
Lynch, '39, Betty Spangler, '39, Har-
riet Pomeroy, '39, and Marion Flemn-
ing, '39Ed.
Entertainment Committee To Meet
The entertainment committee, with
Frances Burgess, '39, as head, will
meet at 5 p.m. today at the League.1
All persons interested in working in1
the Bingo Booth are invited to at-
tend, Miss Burgess said.
Her committee will be Dorothy Ar-
nold,'39, Beulah Downs, '42BAd, Mary
Elizabeth Easterly, '39, Shirley Ellis,
'39, Dorothy Goebel, '39, Meriad Ho-
bart, SpecEd, Virginia Durand, '40,
Virginia Van Wagoner, '41, Rose-
mary Raymond, '40, Jane Higbee, '40,
Elaine Alpert, '41, Tony Aalsebergs-
breg, '40 and. Ruth Keck, '40. The
publicity committee will consist of
Kathryn Steiner, '39, and Jane Mow-
ers, '40, with Suzanne Potter, '40, as
chairman.
The raffle prize, an armchair model
priced at 100 dollars, of a Zenith radio
and e phonograph combined, will be
awarded Saturday night. The win-
ner need not be present, Miss Smith
said.
Tickets Go On Sale
Tickets for the raffle will be sold
by members of the central committee
for the Fair, by the ticket committee
in dormitories, sororities and frater-
nities, at the League main desk and
at Wahr's Bookstore. Miss Smith
stated that all ticket money, stubs
and unsold tickets must be turned in
not later than Saturday noon at the'
League desk.
The Fair, with the title, "Davy
Jones' Locker," will be given from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and from
8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday on
the second floor of the League. The
Fair is traditionally given in con-
junction with Sophomore Cabaret.
Gargoyle To Feature
Soph Prom Pictures
Gargoyle, campus humor publica-
tion which has digressed into the
special feature field lately, will have
a three-page section of photographs

devoted entirely to the Soph Prom
and its attendant merrymaking, it
was announced yesterday by max
Hodge, '39, editor.
There will be a special squad of the
Gargoyle's own photographers on
hand at the affair, Hodge added.
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SENIORS
The Deadline
Draws Near!
Make your appoint-
ments before Thurs-

Childen's Theatre ; Union Cof fee Hour Mortar Board Alumnae
Se nds Outequest T'o Be Held Today To Entertain Saturday
The alumnae chapter of Mortar-
For Prop Collector Jordan Hall, Kappa Kappa Gain- board will entertain the actimemem
_ma,Zone 7 of Congress, and Delta bers at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, in
A call is out for anyone who wants j Upsilon fraternity have been invit- the Horace Rackham Bldg, Marie
the fun and experience of collecting ed as special guests at the Union
Pros-and unusualones-to becomeCearsecl r wich wil bheld from Hartwig,alumnae president, an-
a member of the properties commit- 14 :10 pm. today in the Union. nounced) recently.
tee for "The Kindly Pirate," Chil- Mimes will present a skit, "Do You The alumnae are holding this
dren's Theatre production to be given Want To Be An Actor?" and guests meeting to become acquainted with
_ hA rtninc' t rti-i- the active members and also to hear

TICKETS GO ON SALE
Tickets for "The Kindly Pirate"
will go on sale at 8 a.m. today at
The Lydia Mendelssohn box of-
fice. The office will be open
every day this week, and those
holding season tickets should ex-
change stubs for reserved seat
tickets, Roberta Chissus, '39,
chairman of Theatre Arts com-
mittee said.
Friday and Saturday.hAlberta Wood,
'40, chairman, asks that anyone in-
terested call her at 2-2543.
A boat, appropriate to sail across
the Lydia Mendelssohn stage, is
needed; a snake to be called Wiggley
and thunder andblightening effects.
Beer, barrels will be welcome from a
strictly professional point of view. In
addition to the special props, the
committee will collect items to create
the atmosphere of Connecticut in the'
1890's,
VZeddings
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Engagemen ts
Two engagements of interestato
this campus have recently been an-
nounced.
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Coving-
ton announced the engagement of
their daughter, Cornelia T. Davidson,
'41, of Detroit, to Chase S. Osborn
III., of Ann Arbor, at their home in
Port Huron on Thanksgiving. Day.
Miss Davidson is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta while Mr. Osborn, a
former student here, is affiliated
with Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. McKay, of
East Tawas, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Rose Mary,
'37, to Norman F. Smith, '37F&C, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Smith, form-
erly of Ann Arbor. The announce-
ment was made Thanksgiving Day
at a family dinner. The wedding
will take place next fall,
Fashion Models To Meet
epresentatives pf the various houses
on campus who have been chosen to
act as models in "Figure Fashions"
are asked to meet for rehearsal at
4:30 p.m. today at the Women's Ath-
letis, -Building.

W ill liave a ll p p0.11 y 1 l u, u PU _T'u(:n -
pate in the presentation. about the Mortarboard convention
All studlents are cordially invited from Jenny Petersen, '39', active pres-
to attend Dn Nixon. '40, publicity ident, Miss Hartwig said. Marion
Williams is in charge of the meet-
chaiiman, announced, ing Her assistants are Mrs. Joch
- IC. Brier and Mrs. R. A. Loveland.

Theatre Arts Will Meet
There will be a compulsory meet-
ing of all the Theatre Arts Commit-
tee at 4:30 p.m. today in the League,
Roberta Chissus, '39, chairman, an-
nounced.

An alumnae meeting for the elec-
tion of new officers will be held at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24. The
place will be designated later. Miss
Hartwig is now president and Mrs.
Charles Davis is secretary and treas-
urer.

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The law of demand and supply has never been
repealed, and even a college professor may find it
hard to make both ends meet. That is the-time to get
a Personal loan-any amount up to $300. No co-
signers. No embarrassing credit inquiries. No
security of the kind usually required elsewhere. The.
only. requirement is the ability to repay in small
monthly paynients.

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oth year in Ann Arbor
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Alpha Kappa PSi Pledges
Alpha Kappa Psi, professional busi-
ness fraternity, announces the pledg-
ing of the following students: Joseph
Bibik, '40, BAd. Don Hartley, '40BAd,
Ernest Monroe, '40BAd, Bill Brakaw,
'40BAd, Charles Davison, '40BAd, Don
Knight, '40BAd, James Dunlap, '39,
Dick Siewers, '40BAd, Dick Byers,.'39,
Cas Sojka, '39, Frank Basler, '39,,
Robert Frailing, '39, James Gribble,
'4OBAd Donald Leder, '40BAd, and
Edward Olsen, '40Ad.

Hillel Organizations
Witl MeetTonight
Two Hillel organizations will hold
meetings at 8 p.m. today in the Foun-
dation. The fortnightly 1meeting of
the Book Club will discuss the auth-
or, Sholem Asch. Reviews of two of
his books will be given by Bernard
Weissman, Grad., and Selma Chib-
nick, '40.
The newly-organized Photography
Club will hold its second meeting.

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best in the city. Prices are right.
438 South State and Factory on
South Forest Avenue.

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