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November 19, 1940 - Image 5

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Tearing to The Daily yesterday to write the column, without an idea
in my head, I ran into Ted. The past week-end was one big fling for him-
in fact it was his final fling, at least for awhile. He had made up his mind
to hang his pin next week and wanted to give Ann Arbor one last going
over before the great day arrived.
He started at the Pi Lambda Phi house without date and provoked every
man at the dance by cutting. Bill Hausman, Jean Levitt, Ginny Nathanson
and Gene Strauss (who was back from Kansas City for the big game)
spent the evening dodging our wolf friend.
In his informal attire, which became more informal as the evening
wore on Ted dropped in at the Sigma Nu pledge formal and heckled Vir-
ginia Boardman, Lawton Hammett, Kay Brennan, and Bob Bragg. Linda
Gail George and Jim Harrison, Lois Drummond and Don Counihan were
discussing the mid-semesters of the past week and hoping that things
would let up for a little while.
Spirits Remain High ... .
Saturday was one of those days where you begin early in the morning
full of pep and end up the day with dragging feet, but
with spirits still high. At the Chi Phi house Ginny Brere-
ton and Bill Chamberlin were swinging forth to the tune
of the newly acquired house records. * Harold Spurway
and Kay McIvor were wandering from 'place to place
x with Kathryn Vaughn and Glendon Swathout greeting
all of their old buddies.
The Union was the next stop, and there the football
spirit reigned supreme. Lois Clinton, Jack Fischthal, Katherine Bondurant
and Danny Greer were still brimming with enthusiasm and pep from the
the excitement of the game. Time was slipping by so our wandering Romeo
had just enough time to stick his head into the Phi Rho Sigma house where
he saw Ruth Davis and Wally Sherman doing the rhumba.
When Is Thanksg' iving?' .. .
Ada Newton, Dick Pittman, Margaret Bancroft and Ray Pittman were
still worrying about the date of Thanksgiving at the Phi Psi house. When
Ted reached the Phi Delta house he was worrying himself about the def-
inite date and interviewed the boys and their guests. Jim Tobin and Mary
Major said it was this Thursday but Betty Thompson and John Hatcher
did not think the holiday was being celebrated any longer.
The "Club Wolverine" was a popular spot and among those enjoying the
smooth musi.c were Esko Isotalo, Lillian Mack, Stan Sigur and Jane Landry.
At the Chi Psi Lodge Web Cook, Harriet Applegate, 9so st.
Rog Kelley, Edith Longyear, Dave Lynch and Mere-
dith Parfet were chatting about the possibility of
attending the Ohio State'game next week.
One of the most novel parties of the week-end
was the Alpha Phi fathers' house party-but poor
old Ted missed this. However, he did say that h
saw Joan Davidson, Sue Hopkins, Martha Piersol
and Bette Corlett at the game with their fathers._
With a weakening voice Ted told of his stop at the Phi Gam house but
the only names we could catch were those of Stuart Miller and Elizabeth
Chubbs He had seen Charles Otto, Mary Louis Kelley, Jay McDowell and
Lana Turner dancing at the S.A.E. house but Edward O'Donnell and Mary
Keppel were enjoying sitting on the sidelines humming "Looking For
On the way home Saturday night Ted saw a gathering of old Daily staff
members. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seifert, Jack Healy, J. Jake Flaherty, and
Julie Werfel were among the reunited members.


And PACI Join
For T-Dance
Afternoon Dance WilK'Feature
Matinee Performance Of Show
And Gordon Hardy's Orchestra
PACI will cooperate with Sopho-
more Cabaret by conducting a T-
dance from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 30 in the ballroom of
the League.
Featuring Gordon Hardy's orches-
tra, songs from "Sunshine, Inc." and
a trio from the show, this dance will
be only one portion of Sophomore
Cabaret's afternoon performance.
Preceding the dance, a matinee will
ae held in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Bridge tables will also be set up
around te edge of the ballroom floors
:or those who prefer listening to their
nusic rather than dancing. Displays,
ormposed of merchandise from local
stores, will be set up in the Grand
rapids room of the League.
House mothers and Ann Arbor wo-
nen's groups have been especially in-
rited to attend the affair. Admission
or all will be 25 cents a person, and
his will cover the entire scope of the
afternoon's entertainment.
Mary Pate, '43, tea chairman of
Sophomore Cabaret, and Dick Ebbets,
42, chairman of the PACI all-campus
p-dance committee, are in charge of
arrangements for the dance. Com-
mittee members for Sophomore Cab-
aret tea dance are Charlotte Thomp-
,on, Jeanne Clair, and Barbara Mac-
aughlin, all '43.
The members of the PACI T-dance
3ommittee are Virginia Alfvin, '42,
and Sally Walsh, '43, representing
?anhellenic; Peg Wiseman, '41, and
Jane Sapp, '41, for Assembly; Robert
L. Jones, '43, and Richard Coe, '42,
┬░epresenting Congress; Theron Haas,
42, and James Bourquin, '42, for In-t
terfraternity Council.h
Friday and Saturday nights Sopho-
more Cabaret will present music byc
iced Norvo and his orchestra and as
skit in the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
Church To Presentn
Semi-Formal Dance;
Theme To Be Nautical
Hal Carter's orchestra will play forn
the semi-formal dinner-dance to beo
held at 6:45 p.m. Friday in the
Social Hall of the Methodist Church.
Blame Kuist, '41E, is the general
chairman for the banquet..
"Vacation Voyage" is the theme of
Whe program, Dick Westerman, '41E,n
program chairman, announced. Dec-t
orations will carry through this nau-t
tical theme.
The program, said Westerman, will
consist of a series of speakers andt
musical numbers with Osmar Ullrich,
'42E, as master of ceremonies. Mar-'r
jorie Mellott, '43SM and Robert Fox,1
'44, will provide the music.
Tickets may be obtained at theA
Foundation office at the church be-n
fore Thursday.a

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Dresses Feature

Flares And PleatsI

News Writer
ANill Lecture
Phillip Adler To Discuss World
Affairs In Address To Club
Philip Adler. member of the edi-
'rial staff of the Detroit News and
Titer on international affairs, will
scuss current topics and tho ex-
eriences of a radio commentator at
closed lecture to be sponsored by
he Michigan Alumnae Club on Wed-
iesad, Nov. 27. Husbands of the
,ub members will be invited guests.
Mr. Adler, who will be introduced
,y Prof. John Brumm. has had a wide
variety of newspaper experience, hav-
ng been a member o; We Wisconsin
State Journal, the St. Paul Daily
News, the Minneapolis Journal and
the Akron Beacon-Journal. He has
been with the Detroit News since
1922, during which time he has been
to Europe and around the world sev-
eral times as a foreign correspondent.
In line with his duties, Mr. Adler
has interviewed many prominent men,
among whose numbers are Mussolini
and Einstein.
League Calendar
Tues: through Mon.-Petitioning
for Assembly informal dance.
Tues.-7 p.m., Beginners dancing.
8 p.m. to 10 p.m., free dancing.

'Sunshine Inc,
Issues Plea;
Men Wanted!
Men wanted! Sophomore Cabaret
publicity committee has turned de-
tective on the track of their tall state-
ly ideal with an Apollo-like bearing
and a short companion who has
walked the campus beat so often in
a semi-daze that he could do it in
"incy" blackness.
It all grew out of this dismaying
d sc very. Girls make good advertis-
ing, but good girls don't advertise.
The publicity committee for "Sun-
shine Inc" won't give up now! Not
after a month of piecing cardboard,
draping cheesecloth, painting, glu-
ing and all of the sticky lessons that
came with it.
"And when we've found our substi-
tutes," said Mary Lou Curran and
Barbara De Fries, the disqualified and
disappointed stuntsters, "we'd like two
medium sized escorts to bear the
tanner that tells the tale."
Senior Society Holds
Initiation Ceremony
Six women were initiated into Sen-
ior Society at a formal ceremony held
Sunday in the League chapel.
The new members are Helen Culley,
Sue Hollis, Jean Tenofsky, Frances
Nevin, Anne Crowley and Janet Sib-
ley. Dinner was held in the Russian
Tea Room following the ceremony.

Satin Pants On Cheerleaders
Dismay Journalistic Alumna

A new dress is
definitely in order
for that
nnni n cr'ri- I


Our boss, the Kernel from Kain-
tuck, raised his nose from the letter
he was sniffing, carefully removed a
corner of the pale blue, delicately
scented notepaper for further odor-
iferous pleasure, and handed the re-
rnainder of the letter to us, saying,
"this might be of interest to the Wo-
man's staff."
It was. Attached to the letter of a'
Michigan alumna, '28, was an article,
found in the New York World-Tele-
gram and written by Gertrude Bailey,
'27,-now woman's editor of that
newspaper-concerning sideline notes
on the Michigan-Harvard game.
Doesn't Like Satin Pants
"Whatever became of those Wild
West cheerleaders?", queried Miss
Bailey. "Last Saturday's wore blue
satin pants-Can you bear it? Re-
mind me to write Coach Yost about
those dreadful yellow pants worn by
the Michigan players.
"I adored . . . the two bands liningr
up on the field to play God Bless
America . . . and the blaze of red
hats in the stands just as the sun set
behind the stadium.
" -. . .the impatience of the alum-
ni, who remember Kipke and Fried-
man, over the endless number of pen-
alties . . . the coddling of the play-
ers-their faces get sprayed from a
giant atomizer during time off. Do
you suppose the stuff is scented? !
Likes Matching Camel Hair Suits
"I liked the college girls in camel
hair suits that matched their boy
friends'. . and every member of the
SBad min ton ToSta r t }
There will be a sign uu sheet in
Barbour Gymnasium starting today
{or those interested in the Badmin-
ton Club, which will hold its first
meeting next week. There will also
be a sign up sheet for those who are
interested in a singles tournament
which Will begin Dec. 9.

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and crepes . .. dream dresses
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and keep your clothes allow-
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FOR ...
Jewelry, Bags, Gloves,
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Eligibility Deadline
Is Friday, Nov. 29
Eligibility cards of all independent,
women who are planning to be active
in the Assembly organization this
emester, must be signed before 5 p.m.
Triday, Nov. 29, Patricia Walpole,
41, president cf Assembly announced
Cards may be left in Miss Walpole's
box in the Undergraduate Office of
the League, and no woman may take
part in Assembly's activities until
their eligibility has been checked.


reserve team lining up on the field
to clap for a touchdown . . . Har-
vard's new swing cheer, a few bars
from The Boys From Syracuse and
a good hearty 'Fight' . . and, finally,
the score. "
Mary Kent Miller Tennant, '28, who
sent us the clipping, said that she wa:
"burning to add a word about those
satin pants-those musical comedy
slacks which our otherwise virile
cheerleaders wear."
"Can't they possibly be given navs
flannels?", she asked, "so that alum,
are not subjected to the comments and
jollification of the supporters of the
opposing teams?"
Couple Will Skate
To Matrimonial State
Casper Grammatico and Phyllis
Janet Kinney, both of Ann Arbor
will be married at 10:30 p.m. today ir
the local roller skating drome, in a
ceremony in which the entire weddin
party will be on roller skates and
dressed in skating costume.
Maid of honor will be Betty Cole
of Hill Street, and Richard Buckles
will be best man.
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