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October 17, 1939 - Image 5

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itzgerald, Webb's Band To Play At Interfraternity J3

They're still doing it. Europe makes war and Congress makes conver-
sation but here in A2 on a game weekend, we play! Realizing, then, that
what we do and the way how we do it is of vital importance, and that after
all, we can't take it with us, we hereby solemnly undertake the task of
recording for posterity a few, of these more momentous moments of our
Stag Dance Idea Is Rooted At League .. .
Of most major importance was the League ballroom Friday night where
the stag dance idea took root firmly and is expected to grow like a weed
and bud like a romance in the near future. Under-
neath the cellophane bows we noticed Helen
Rhodes, Harriet Sharkey and Jackie Ward while
c Bill Jetter, Jim Hynes and Ford Whipple were
doing the stalking. Martha Cook mixed equal
parts of hair skyward, skirts floorward and dates
in soup and fish, with just a dash of receiving line
AN to add a note of dignity to the whole effect. Seen
'neath the soft lights and near the sweet music were Carolyn Rayburn and
Ed Bigger, Max Baribeau and Frank Butler, Mary Dick Holcomb and John
Lord and Betty Roberts and Roman Burnor. Elizabeth Kimball and Mark
Maier were around too, and so were Frannie Nevin and Jim Thompson.
Theta Delts Have Good Time.
The Theta Delts had their usual good time with the usual good crowd-
Irl Brent and Margaret Gose, Ted Novak and Pedo Ortmayer, Wally Neilson
and Lee Hardy, to give you the mergst suggestion of what we mean. The
ICU house made hay while the moon shone,\..
Friday night with a hayride plus a barn >..
dance. Bud Schnier and Spook Purgett,^
Bob Larkin and Sue Barlow, and Rog .. b
Madden and Edna Kearney were a few
of the many.
Incidentally and undisputably, the:
hand-crocheted bathtub for the funniest
sciene of the week goes to Geta Becker's .N
face for the surprised look it wore When'
it saw that its person was wearing Wes '
Caire's pin. Wish we had time and space
to print more of these picturesque mo-
Saturday night was a pretty cheerful one for most of us, what with
fresh memories of the team romping around the field and chalking up
home runs now and again just to tease the corn-growers. So Lambdi Chi
celebrated with the good old harvest moon standby, another hayride. Vin-
cent Gottschalk and Ruth Giam, Dick Humphries and June Tolton, and
Jay McCormick and Jean Summerly were representative twosomes..

Today's Talk
Will Be Given
By Dean Lloyd
'College Conduct' Is Topic
For Second In Series
Of Orientation Lectures
"College Conduct" will be the topic
of Dean Alice Lloyd's talk for fresh-
men 'which is to be given at 5 p.m.
today in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre of the League.
The lecture isthe second of a series
on the general topic "After College,1
What?" which is being sponsored by
the orientation comnittee of the
League, headed by Patricia Matthews,
'40. The lecture is an extension of
the orientation program which be-
gan in September.
Attendance at the lectures is com-
pulsory for all freshmen women, Miss
Matthews said, and absences will be
recorded on their cards in the merit
system files in the League. Advisers
are asked to have members of their
group seated by 4:50 p.m. so that
the lecture will begin promptly.
The third lecture in the series will'
be given by Miss Lois Jotter, of the
botany department, at 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Oct. 25. She will talk of her
experiences with Dr. Clover's scien-
tific expedition in the Colorado River
region last year.
Women who wish to join the
League social committee and could
not attend the last meeting are
urged to. go to the League at 4:30
p.m. thisafternoon at which time
a special meeting will be held, an-
nounced Mary Minor, '40, chair-
man of the committee.
Publicity Group To Meet
Members 'of the League publicity
committee will meet at 4:30 p.m. to-
day, in the Undergraduate office of
the League. Everyone on the com-
mittee is asked to attend this meet-
ing, announced Sue Potter, '40.

Ticket Sales
For Play Series
Are Continued
Season tickets for the four plays
,o be presented by the Children's
Theatre of Ann Arbor are now on
sale at the box office of the Lydia'
Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets for
adults will be one dollar and those
for children, 50 cents.
Hans Christian Anderson's "The
Tinder Box" will be presented at
3:45 p.m. Friday and 3:30 p.m. Sat-+
urday. Other plays in the series will
be "Thanksgiving at Buckram's Cor-
ners," "Dick Whittington and His
Cat," and "Cinderella."
Elementary Schools To Attend
In order that the elementary
school children of neighboring towns
may have the opportunity of wit-
nessing the presentations of the
League theatre arts committee, let-
ters have been written to the prin-
cipals of these schools describing
the plays and inviting the children
to attend.
"It has long been felt that the
privilege of seeing this entertainment
should not be limited to Ann Arbor
children," said Norma, Kaphan, '41,
publicity chairman. Under the di-
rection of Miss Kaphan and Shirley
Fishman, '40, senior adviser, the the-
atre arts publicity has sent letters to
22 neighboring towns.
Groups Are Invited
Among the towns to which the
letters were sent are Lydon, Water-
loo, Dexter, Chelsea, Sylvan, Fran-
cisco, Clinton, Webster, Northfield,
Salem and Pittsfield. Other towns
which will receive letters are York,
Sumpter, Tecumseh" Plymouth,
Northville, South Lyon, Brighton,
Kensington, Milford, Whitmore Lake,
Howell and Ypsilanti.
Theta Delt Head Here
Burton A. King, national presi-
dent of Theta Delta Chi fraternity,
was the guest of the local chapter
yesterday., Mr. King and his wife
stopped here en route to their home
in Berkley, Cali.


engagements -
Elizabeth Miller, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. Guy A. Miller of Detroit,
and William Scott Struve were mar-
ried Sunday, Sept. 16, in Detroit.
Mrs. Struve is a University Grad-
uate and is affiliated with Alpha Omi-
cron Pi. Mr. Struve is-also a Univer-
sity graduate and has his master's
* * * *
The marriage of Elizabeth Davy,
daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Fred E.
Davy, to Dr. Reed C. Prugh, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill D. Prugh of
Dayton, O took place Saturday, Oct.
14 at Evart.
Mrs. Prugh is a graduate of the
University and was the women's
business manager of The Daily. She
is affiliated with Delta Delta Delta.
Dr. Prugh graduated from Miami
University and the University medi-
cal school.
* * *

All women who have petitic
for Soph Prom committees wi
interviewed, from 4 p.m. to 6
today in the Undergraduate o.
of the League.
JGP Central Committ
To Hold Meeting Tc
Lee Hardy, '41, publicity cha
for JGP, announces that ther
be a meeting for all central
mittee members at 5 p.m. tod
the League.
Assistants to the chairmen ai
aske dto come, Miss Hardy sail
plans will proceed for the E
project which is to be given
only skin deel

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. McKay, of,
East Tawas, announce the wedding of
their daughter Rose Mary to Norman
Foster Smith, of Lansing, on Friday,
Oct. 6, in the- East Tawas Episcopal
Mr. Smith, son of Mr. anti Mrs.
Carl H. Smith, of Highland Park, is
a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
At the ceremony, performed by
Rev. James Colby, the bride's atten-
dants were her sister, Jean, a senior
in the University and a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Margaret
Guest of- Detroit, who is affiliated
with Chi Omega.

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