Gene Austit's Recording Orchestr Ito Play for Panhellen
FOR STAOE~ RADIO,
Chaperones for Affair Chosen
by Adele Ewing, '33; Favors
TICK8T SAE SUCCESS
Breakfasts Will Be Served in
(League and at Various
Gene Austin and his Victor re-
icording artists ha ve been selected
to play for the annual Panhellenic
ball which will be held Friday, Nov.
27, according to an announcement
by Margaret Schermack. '33, chair-
man of music. The orchestra has
been a weekly broadcasting feature
over the NBC network, and comes
darecty from an engagement at
the WarwicX hotel in Philadelphia,
following a run at Asbury Park,
N. J., and the Keeth theatre in
New York City.
PWatons .and patronesses for the
affair, ass named by Adele Ewing,
'33, chairman, include Dr. Alexan-
der G. Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven,
Mr. and Mrs.. Leroy V. Cram, Dean
John R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger,
Dean Joseph A. Bursley and Mrs.
Bursley, Dean EmilbuV.Lorchand
Mrs. Lorch, eant Wlbur C. Hum-
phreys and Mrs. Hmphreys.
Others include Miss Alice C. Lloyd,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. 0. J. Camp-
bell and Mrs. Campbell, Prof. Rod-.
erick D. McKenzie and Mrs. Mc-
Kenzie, Prof. R. D. Hall and Mr,
Hall, Prof. Philip E. Bursley, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey C. Emery, Mrs.
Byr Fox Bacher, Miss Jeanette
Perry, Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs.
John Wannamaker, and Miss Ellen1
To Serve Breakfast.
the ball will be held from 9:30
to 1:30 o'clock in the main ball-.
room of the League, and breakfast
will be served until 3 o'lock in the
League and the various sorority
ouses. Houses wishing to serve
reakfasts should notify the dean1
of women's office as soon as pos-
The tick:et sale has been very
successful so far, according to Vin-
selle Bartlett, '33, chairman. Sot
far, freshman women have notj
been allowed to secure th m, but
if there are any available at a lat-
er date, they will be distributed toC
first year women. The quota for
independent women has already
To Distribute Programs.
The programs, which consist of
a combination program and favor,
will be distributed a week before
the ball to the various houses. Fall1
colors will be followed in the dec-
The central committee for thea
arrangements consists of J e a n1
Bentley, '33, general chairman,
Mary Barnett, '33, treasurer, Mar-
garet Schermack, '33, chairman of
musi, Vinselle Bartlett, '33, chair-
man of tickets , Eleanor Robson,
'32, chairman of decorations, June
Slote, '33, chairman of refresh-
ments, Adele Ewing, '33, chairman
of chaperones, Agnes Graham, '32,
chairman of publicity, Leonore
Snyder, '33, chairman of programs,
and Marjorie Elsworth, '32; chair-
man of floor.
To Lead Annual Ball
Announcements of Interest
Group as Representatives
to Be Made.
Classification Will Take Place
During Regular Class Periods
In honor of all the presidents of Classification for the indoor sea-
women's houses on campus the staff son's work will take place during
of the Dean of Women'soffice will the regular class periods Monday
give a dinner at 6 o'clock Tuesday and Tuesday of next week. All stu-
evening at the League. dents involved should report to the
Although the meeting is to be Barbour gymnasium at their usual
mainly social, a few announce- class time. Students are urged to
ments of interest to the group as continue taking Physical Education
representatives of every league activities at the same hour as dur-
house, dormitory, and sorority will ing the Fall season, but this is not
be made. It is hoped that this re- r essential if they discuss the situ-
presentation will recognize itself as ation with their instructors.
a unifying force among the women All riding for credit stops during
students and through contacts the winter season. Those taking
made at this meeting discover vari- riding-except Saturday's class-
ous means of further cooperation j should classify Monday or Tuesday
between the three groups. at Barbour gymnasium. Ay stu-
/Guests of honor who have been dent who has not completed her
invited to the dinner are: Mrs. A. riding requirement should see Miss
G. Ruthven, Miss Katherine Koch, Burr or Miss Hartwig as soon as
Miss Eunice Wead, Miss Lois Sand-p bl
11nr 1Ticc Tlns~411tx T 11possiblen,.
Jean Bentley, '33, general chair-
man of the annual Pan-Hellenic
Batl, which will be held from 9:30
to 1:30 o'clock on Friday, Nov.27,
in the main ballroom of the Wo-
men's League. Miss Bentley is also
vice-president of the Women's Ath-
ier, miss D~orothy Eisworth, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Hilda Burr, and
Miss Dorothy Beise, Miss Laurie
Campbell, Miss Marie Hartwig, Miss
Ruth Hassinger, Miss Mabel Rugen,
Mary Stewart, Miss Agnes Stoodley,
Miss Emily White, and Miss Marie
INITIAL OFFERING OF COMEDY CLUB
TO BE OLD-FASHIONED MELODRAMA
Mrs. Rosemary Hayes Will Play
Role as Guest-Artist
Comedy Club has gone back to
the seventies for its first produc-
tion this year and its choice has
been "The Poor Of New York" by
D io n Boucicault, a melodrama
which is typical with itsasentimen-
tal hero and heroine, and menacing
villain and heartless villianess.
The club feels very fortunate in
being able to present the play with
Mrs. Rosemary Hayes, spec., in the
role of Mrs. Fairweather, who is
the mother in the -play. The part
was left open for sometime due to
the fact that Mr. Robert Wetzel,
director of the play, could find no
one whom he felt had the voice re-
quired for the part and Mrs. Hayes,
who has had considerable training
in voice agreed to fill the role al-
though she is not a member of the
Mrs. Hayes received her training
at Leland Powers in Boston and
Phidelah Rice at Martha's Vine-
yard. She has also done summer
stock work with the Phidelah Rice
Stock Company in the east. The
nature of the roles which Mrs.
Hayes has played are varied, some'
of the most interesting being that
of Portia in "The Merchant iOf
Venice," which she played -at the
University of Notre Dame, Epione
in "Esculapius" by Barbara Ring,
and Nan in "The Tragedy Of Nan"
by John Masefield both being' play-
ed in the east.
In 1927 Mrs. Hayes had a studio
in Cambridge and last year she
taught interpretive literature at St.
Mary's College at Notre Dame. This
year along with her college work
she is teaching interpretive arts at
St. Thomas school in Ann Arbor
and at St. Mary's in Monroe.
In Comedy Club's production, due
to t h e professional experience.
which she has had, Mrs. Hayes sets
a high standard of acting for the
rest of the cast to follow but they
are meeting this demand adequate-
ly. The other women in the cast
are Helen Haapamaki, '32, the her-
oine, Gladys Deihl, '32, a west side
landlady, and Billie Johnston, y33,
men of the University of Indiana
will act as mannequins in the cot-
ton-dress style show which is be-
ing sponsored by the Home Eco-
nomics club there
Sophomore students will be per-
mitted to elect rhythms, basketball,
outdoor sports, tap dancing, and
swimming. Those who are already
in rhythm and swimmiig classes
will remain. Intermediate swim-
ming -will be offered Mondays and
SFridays.There willalso be classes
Freshmen who have gained the
rating of "A" on the recent motor
ability tests will beallowed to elect
the same activities offered to the
Sophomores. All those with a "B"
rating will be able to chose be-
tween rhythms and gymnasium
games with some aparatus work
and possibly folk dancing included.
All those marled "C" will have
special activities under the direc-
tion of Miss Beise.
Coach Matt Mann wishes to
announce that he will meet his
little girls' swimming class as
usual this morning.
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