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Coeds Pledge Six Sororities
As Informal Rushing C
Results of informal rushing
have been announced by Christine
Blair, rushing secretary of Pan-
The pledges of Alpha Delta Pi
are Anne Billinghurst, Patricia
Cousins, Jo Ann Green, Barbara
Hurlbut, Portia Prettie and Elaine
Collegiate Sorosis pledged Joan
Aschenbrenner, Rosalie Brown,
Dolores Mras, Nancy Meyers and
Nettie Blake, Barbara Eaton,
Catherine Murtha and Sue Wil-
cox pledged with Delta Zeta.
Gamma Phi Beta's pledges are
Vivian Frazier, Anne Greene, Bev-
erly Hendrie, and Mary Higbee.
The list continues with Dorothy
Patricia McLean, Jacqueline Oli-
ver, Joanne Paton, Martha Rennie
and Shirley Shambough.
Kappa Delta pledged Patricia
Sly and.Virginia Wilkes.
Betty French and Shirley Sul-
livan were pledged by Zeta Tau
COLLECTION of $550 in the THERE WILL BE an assembly
sophomore dues drive has been an- meeting of the Women's Physical
nounced by Elaine Nagelvoort, fi- Education Club at 9 a.m. today in
nance chairman. the WAB.
It has become a tradition to The guest speaker, Mr. Helm,
collect dues from sophomore wom- will talk on music appreciation.
en to underwrite the expense of * * *
Soph Cabaret. This year the pro- THE ORGANIZATIONAL meet-
ceeds from the Cabaret will go ing of the Women's Bowling Club
to the University Fresh Air Camp. will take place at 5 p.m. today in
Women are still needed on the WAB.
Hostess Commitee of the Cabaret. All interested women bowlers are
The Program Committee needs one eligible for the club and may
art student. Interested sophomores choose individual team bowling
may sign up in the Undergraduate times at their convenience.
More coeds are needed to pub- ALL MEMBERS of the Panhel-
licize the Cabaret, according to lenic Ball ticket committee will)
Renee Pregulman, publicity chair, meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the
man. Women wishing to work on Garden Room of the League, ac-
this committee should call Miss cording to Shirley Kallman, ticket
Pregulman, 9322. committee chairman.
Read and Use Daily Classifieds
Although Ann Arbor is still en-
joying Indian summer, the Ice
Skating Club plans on plunging
full force into winter sports ideas
when they meet at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the basement room of Bar-
Both men and women interested
in skating, whether beginners or
experienced skaters, are invited to
join the club, according to Ruth
Ann South, club manager.
Each member will skate on the
ice at the Coliseum for at least
two hours each week. The Coli-
seum will be reserved for skaters
of the club on Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday from 1 to 3 p.m.
and on Tuesday and Thursday
from 1 to 2 p.m.
* * *
will be provided for club members,
beginners and up, in figure, patch,
and regular skating. Mary Francis
Greshke will do the instructing.
Since actual skating will not
start until November, club meet-
ings until that time will feature
instructive movies on skating
and parties. Seasons dues for
the club will be $1.50.
Projects for this season will in-
clude entertaining before hockey
games with ice dances, and getting
uniform costumes for members of
the club. The year's plans will
also include -several parties.
Skaters will not be grouped ac-
cording to ability, but will skate
in groups at time convenience. An
added lure for those interested in
this ice sport will be hot food
served to club members at the
By SYLVIA FOLZ
In Ann Arbor,~ where storm
clouds constantly hoverea coed's
most trusty possession is her rain-
A coed has a wide choice in se-
lecting her attire for drizzly days.
Designers have displayed as much
care in styling as in dreamy for-
A favorite material is water-
proof corduroy, guaranteed to
shed water like a duck and re-
main fresh after the hardest
cloudburst. These coats come in
a variety of bright hues.
In case of a sudden storm, plas-
tic raincoats now come in little
packages no bigger than a text-
book. These are transparent and
For those who scorn style to
service, the slicker fills the bill.
Complete with sou'wester hat, the
coed could easily be mistaken for
If chosen wisely, a raincoat can
take the place of two coats. The
wide range of waterproof mate-
rials makes it possible for the coed
to buy something suitable for
storm and shine alike.
/eddinvy and Gnqaqemenli
MinOgue-Wi Icox The wedding is planned for next University and is a member of
- September. Acacia fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Minogue * * * * * *
of Cleveland Heights, O., have an-B-
nounced the engagement of their Dun!ivan-HosmerB y-P
daughter, Judy, to Paul I. Wilcox, Mr and Mrs. Jay Dunivan of Mrs. Charles K. Worthen of Bir-
son of Mrs. Myrtle Wilcox, of Mill- mingham announces the engage-
field, O. Detroit have announced the en- ment of her daughter, Constance
The announcement was made gagement of their daughter, Mary Anne Beaty, to Jack E. Steinhel-
Sept. 26 in Cleveland Heights at Alice, to Henry L. Hosmer, son of per, son of Mr. Glen O. Stein-
the celebration of Miss Minogue's Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hosmer of helper of Pontiac.
parents' twenty-fifth wedding an- Dearborn. Miss Beaty is a June graduate
niversary. The announcement was made of the University. Mr. Steinhelper
Miss Minogue is a senior and is Sept. 24 at a party at Miss Duni- is attending the University and is
a member of Gamma Phi Beta. van's home. She is a 1947 grad- a member of Phi Kappa Tau.
Mr. Wilcox is staff announcer uate of the University and a mem-
for radio station WHRV. He is a ber of Chi Omega.
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Mr. Hosmer is a senior at the Give to the Red Feather
NICE NEIGHBORS -- Demure
Susan Douglas portrays Jean
Baker, sweet teen-age neighbor
of Mary and Larry Noble, lead-
ing characters of NBC's daytime
serial, "Backstage Wife."
Botany and zoology faculty
members will take the spotlight
-at the Student-faculty Hour to
be held from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
This year the central commit-
tee has reorganized the Student
Faculty Hour program.
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... By LUCILLE DONALDSON
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following column of news about student families
at Willow Village will be a regular feature of The Daily Women's Page.
Persons having items to contribute may reach Mrs. Donaldson at 1412
Mrs. David Hagelbarger and Mrs. H. Bruce Battey head the
invitations committee for the tea and membership meeting of the
Faculty Wives Club at 8 p.m. Friday.
Serving on the program committee are Mrs. W. W. Gardner,
Mrs. Herman Soren and Mrs. Frank Feulkner. Refreshments com-
mittee members are Mrs. Fred Lott, Mrs. William Bicknell, and
Mrs. Paul Titus. Mrs. Harry P. Shelley is temporary chairman of the
Wives of faculty members, medical students, research assistants
and special research men are invited.
Y-TEEN CLUB, a group sponsored by Faculty Wives Club is
having a membership party from 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday at North
Community Building. Erma Lee Beachum is in charge of arrange-
Assisting are Bertha Alexander, programs chairman and Evavelle
Beachem, refreshments. A Halloween scene will be used.
INVITATIONS ARE BEING sent to girls in the ninth grade at
Ross School and Willow Village girls attending high school in Ypsi-
lanti. The club with Mrs. Harry P. Kelly as adviser has a membership
of 15 teen age girls.
MRS. YVONNE VAN EIZENGA sails today on the S.S. America
for a visit to her native Belgium and to France and Switzerland.
She will be met Nov. 3 in LeHavre by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nicolas Cousen. They will visit Paris before going to Liege, Belgium,
Mrs. Van Eizenga's former home.
The family plans to spend Christmas in Switzerland. This is
Mrs. Van Eizenga's first visit since coming to the United States in
April, 1946. She will return after the holidays.
John, her husband, was stationed with the Army in Belgium
when they were married. He is an engineering student from Grand
INCLUDED in the Student Wives Club calendar is a square dance
to follow the Navy-Michigan game Nov. 6. Mrs. John Johnston is
chairman of the affair. Dave Palmer, 1052 Woburn, will call the
figures and instruct beginners. Records for ballroom dancing will be
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VFW Plans Party
A Halloween costume ball spon-
sored by the Kenneth Fox Post of
the VFW and assisted by the Uni-
versity chapter of AVC will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the Armory.
Arrangements can be made by
calling Mary Gladstone 21063.
For an economical lunch,
take home a quart (2 serv-
ings) of our genuine
Sandwiches and french fries
to take out
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In a Full-Skirted Dress
Audible note of fashion .. .
the swish of an extravagantly
skirted rayon taffeta . . . restrained
day-into-evening dress by
Henry Rosenfeld. Dramatic accent of
gold belt on black or navy.
smoothly knit or daintily ruffled
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