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December 05, 1939 - Image 5

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iGP Mass Meeting

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To Be At 5 P.M.

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Tomorrow In League

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The din of the football season is dying out, and open-houses are sort
of closing up on Saturday afternoons, but we still haven't had much of a
"chahee' to catch our breath, with Panhell Ball stealing the limelight last
After several formal dinners and parties elsewhere around Ann Arbon
town, the worm turned, and all, paths led to the League for Panhell Ball. ,
Among those seen (and' heard) were Patsy McKinnon with Mar Rogers,
Virginia List and Ken Marshall, and Marian Fetguson with John Shuler.
Another grotup who went enmasse to the' affair included Spec Reitz and
Janet Martin, Jim Callins with Martha Bedford, Jim Cole and Libby Moe,
arid Harry'Calcutt with Kappy Vrooman. '
Snowballs Part Of Decorations . . .
The huge snowballs that made up part of the decorations seemed to hold
a fascination for Hattie Dean and John Swisher, back for the weekend, and
Clara Louise Fulde was enjoying herself muchly withE
Chuck Knapp. Music by Dick Stabile's orchestrat
was tops, and the Greek-leter girls and their dates
were taking advantage of it'. . . among them being
Betty Brundrettand Dick Bennett, Trina Slrick and
John Hulbert, Roberta Leete' and Jack Gelder, andt
Jeanne Davis with Fred Linsell. t
The Union rivaled the League this weekend in at-
tendance, and those who went Friday night included
Phyl Powler and Paul Schick, Eileen Bronson and
Harry Boyer, and Laura Falk with Dave Frederick. Dance music was pro
Vided by Bill Sawyer's band, as usual .,. The Phi Kaps had their pledget
formal Friday night, to add to the general activity, and Ain-Jean ,Williamsr
was there with Dave Cushing, Ann Minkler with Lowell Moss, Art Treut and:
JSyce Poskett, and Marg Hulbert with Ken Marble.
Gamma Phis G e Dinner *
At the Gamma Phi dinner before the Ball, Helen Rhodes was leading
songs while Johnny Bachmann watched, Louise Keatley had Ed Harrington
as her guest, aid we saw Mary Henderson with Dick Sinn, Mary Neafie with1
Ferd Scott, Lee Hardy and Maury Anderson, and Helen Rige-
treink with Don Pearce . . . More than 70' couples attendede
the Inter-Co-op dance Saturday night at Lane Hall, and
Herman Hachett won the loving cup for the cleverest con- 1
tributioft to the evening's entertainment-taking all the
parts in an old-fashioned melodrama! Hilda Otis was thereI
with Doug Knight, Marian Hollis with Chuck Mitchell, and
Lois Ann Shearer with Roy Romine. Playing ping-pong

J nior Women
To Hear Talks
Oix Committees
Heads To Explain Duties,
,Organization; Workers
Also Eligible For Play
There will be a mass meeting fox
all junior women interested in work-
ing on JGP at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League ballroom, Jane Grove, '41,
general chairman, stated yesterday.
The chairmen of the various com-
mittees will again be presented to
the junior women, and each chair-
man will give a short resume of the
purpose and organization of her com-
After these short talks, all the wom-
en present will have the opportunity
to sign up for the committee on which
they desire to participate.
All Interested Must Attend
Although work on actual produc-I
tion will not start immediately, every-
one interested in any participation in
JGP is requested to attend, Miss
Grove said. Work on some of thel
adi inistrative committees will start
immediately, she continued.
Women who have not as yet peti-
tioned for jobs may do so tomorrow
afternoon. They may sign up for jobs
in the order of their preference. Sign-
ing up for a committee will not make
women ineligible to be in the play,
Miss Grove stressed.
Central Committee Named
The' central committee, as selected
last' spring by the League Judiciary
Council is as follows: Miss Grove, gen-
eral chairman; Annabel Van Winkle,
patrons; Virginia Lee Hardy, pub-
licity; Ann Vedder, tickets; Barbara
Fischer, finance; Jane Krause, pro-
grams; Ruth Fitzpatrick, make-up;
Virginia Osgood, dance; and Betty
Ann Chaufty, music chairman.
Other' chairmen are Jane Pinker-
ton, costumes; BettyLombard, ush-
ers; Maya Gruhzit, properties; Grace
'Helen Barton, assistant costume
chairman; Betty' Hoag, assistant
dance chairman; Helen Barnett,
bookholder; and Virginia Brereton,

Engagement Of Jenny Petersen
To Dr. Campbell Is Announced

Ui~on Coffee Hour
WillBe Held Today
Fourth in the series of Union
Coffee Hours will be held from'
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today in the
small ballroom of the Union.
Special invitations have been
issued to Phi Psi, Alpha Phi, Col-
legiate Sorosis, Delta Tau Delta,
Lloyd House, and Adelia Cheever
House but all 'University, students
are invited.
The Union has also started its
"table service" for the year. Tables
may be reserved without charge for
any party of at least four people by
calling the Union.

Elaine Alpert Is Given
Music Chairmanship
To arrange the dances for. "Dick
Whittington and His Cat,". iusical
show to be given Jan. 12 and 13,
Eaine Alpert, '41,,has been named
chairman of the music committee
of Theatre Arts.
Miss Alpert announced that her
committee will be chosen at a future
date but that she will start to work
~immedhatel on the music for the
.Miss. Alpert will also: do chore-
ography for, the pantomime of Cin-
derella ,which the Dance Club will
put on in February, under thespon-
sorship. of the ,Chilstrpn's Theatre.

sorship of the Children's Theatre.


DRESSES.... 3.95
Regular values to $12.95
One- and Two-piece Wools. - Acetates and Crepes.'
Sizes :11-17 . . . 10-20
Sizes 12-18
18 SKIRTS at oL00
Plaids and dark shades.. . Sizes 24-30
Odds and Ends in colared
gloves:ad satrfs, at 4Qv


No Cha res.x All Sales Finl

and dancing were Alice France and Ed Clinton, Bill Rock 1
well,' and' Virginia Francis with Russell La France.
The Alpha Phis outdid themselves with a pledge formal 1
Saturday night, with Jan Cranmer and Dave Underdown very much in evi-
dence, Doug Anderson returned to his alma mater to dance at the A Phee
house with Ginny List. (We saw Jane Skiles being very happy with Harri-
son Lowery,' incidentally.)
Relax At Hard Times Party.
Theta Delts relaxed ensemble Saturday night after Panhell with a hard
times party, and Neil Seegart and Ginny Keilhoitz were among those who
decided there was nothing so comfortable as old clothes. Ted Novak, 'who
came with Pedo Ortmayer, seemed to agree with them, and wore a terrific
fireman-red' shirt, to match his gaudy sox.
Jeff Hall was there, too, with Peggy Gabriel,
and Jane Baits with Bob Shedd. Other shining
faces included those of Jane Krause and Ed
4 4 Martin.
4 The Union was still holding its own Satur-
day night. and Ruth Davis was dancing with
Ralph Anthony, Suzanne .Maigon with Ward
Fearn and Jane Herrick with Driftwood' Laske.
Hillel Foundation held their Membership
dance at the League Saturday night, which
proved to be a huge success. Earl Stevens and his band played for dancing,
and members sold flowers. Marty Dworkis and Laura Katzenell were do-
ing a shag exhibition, we hear, and their dates were innocent spectators.
Jean Shapero was there, too, with Bob Solomon, and Phyllis Melnick was
with Jerry Mecklenberger.




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'Soc iail' roup
Will Sonsor
.uthv-en Tea
Now that Dr. and Mrs. Ruthven
are back from their trip to Arizona
and Texas, the Social Committee
will sponsor the second Ruthven tea
of the year from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the President's home.
Specially invited groups are Alum-
nae House, Kappa Kappa Gamma;
Chi Psi, Zone II, and Orientation
groups 4, 19, 29, 45, 65, 68, 75, 76
and 82,
Those who will pour are Mrs. R. W.
Smith, Ruth Dillman, '40, Mrs. Ell-
ery Preston, and Enora Ferriss, '40.
Assistants for the tea include Mar-
garet Cleary, 140, Helen Brady, '40,
Edith Ely, '41Ed., Florence Signaigo,
'41, Joanna Beem, '41, Jean Luxan,
'41, Margaret May, '41Ed., and Jeanne
Noyes, '42.
All members of the social commit-
tee must attend, Mary Minor, '40,
chairman,' said and it is imperative
they arrive promptly and stay till
6 p.m.
Those whose last names start with.
the letter 4 A-H will' assist in the dina-
ihg room," and those from H-Z will
be in the receiving line.
Jean Donaldson, '41, is in charge
of the second tea. All students in
the University are welcome to at-
tend, besides the groups especially
invited, as usual.


The engagement of Jenny Petersen,
'39, to Dr. Darrell A. Campbell of
the University Hospital was an-
nounced Sunday afternoon at a tea
at the Detroit Golf Club.
Miss Petersen is the daughter of
Mrs. Henry John Petersen of High-
land Park. Dr. Campbell is the son
of Mrs. Joseph New Campbell of
Stanford, Neb.
While a student at the 'University,
Miss Petersen was general chairman
of Freshman Project, a member of
the Women's staff of The Daily in
'36, '37 and '38, president of Mortar
Board and a member of Wyvern. She
is affiliated with Pi Beta Phi.
Dr. Campbell had his undergradu-
ate training at the University of Ne-
braska where he was affiliated with
Sigma Nu.
Among the Ann Arbor guests who
attended the announcement party
were, Dorothy Shipman, '40; Agnes
Crow, '42; Nancy Chapman,,'42; Ca-
milla Ayers, '42; Martha Cok, '40;
Betty Gatward, '38; Marcia Connell,
'39; Patricia Haff, '40; Mrs. G. W.

Patterson, Mrs. S. B. Conger, Dr.
Kyril Conger, Dr. Lyman Brewer, and
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Farris.
White chrysanthemums and palms
decorated the room, and gardenias
bearing the words "Jenny-Darrell"
were used to make the announcement.
Etiquette Booklet
To Be Issued Soon
Into the lives ci all Michigan stu-
dents a little ray of sunlight will
soon fall, when the etiquette booklet,
tentatively entitled "Michigan Social-
Light," which is being prepared by
the Social Committee of the League,
is published.
Because the purpose of the book is
to shed knowledge upon the subject
of correct campus etiquette, a theme
of "light" has been chosen. It has
many dramatic possibilities, say its
editors, and will help put across
the objectives of the pamphlet in
a light and enlightening way.




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