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U'-RSDAY, MARC'H 17, 1932


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Helen Newberry.

Freydberg, '34, Dorothy Shanman,

U11 U 11W 1 1 I 1111 1U The residents of Helen Newberry '35, and Florence Travis, '35. In-
will entertain members of the fao- stallation services were also held
Miss Ruth Hassinger Will Be in ulty at a formal dinner Thursday for Mrs. Myra Upham, a new pat-
Charge of Contest; Wisconsin night, Mar. 17. The guests will in- roness of the house.
elude Prof. Arthur L. Cross, Prof. Guests for the banquet were Mrs.
to Get Final Times. John H. Eilers and Mrs.. Ehlers, Angell, Mrs. Hootkins and Mrs. Ul-
Prof. Joseph Lincoln and Mrs. Lin- lian.
EVENT OPEN TO PUBLIC ccln, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stau- Zeta Tau Alpha.
bach, Prof. Preston James and Mrs.; A rushing party honoring cleven
Will With James, Mr. Henry Kendall, Dr. guests was given Monday evening;
Michigan Compete Margaret Bell, Pof. Charles Rem- by the members of Zeta Thu Alpha.
18 Other Colleges er and Mrs. Remer, Mr. Harold Yellow tulips and green tapers
in Meet. Dorr, and Prof. John L. Brumm. decorated the tables.
,"__Martha Cook. Zeta Taun Alpha entertained six
Twelve women have been selec- Prof. J. L. Brumm of the journal- guests Wednesday evening at a
istic department and Mrs. Brumm rushing dinner. Tapers and flo-
ted to swim for Michigan in the in- were entertained by the Martha ers were in harmony with the pink
tercollegiate swimming meet to be Cock Dormitory at a dinner Wed- color scheme.
held at 10 o'clock Saturday morn- nesday evenirg. Margaret Haye Chi Omega.
ing, Mar. 19, in the Union pool. '32, was chairman of the affair.!Chi Omega entertained te n
Michigan will compete with '18 th-After dinner the group assembled ChiuOmga ntprtindat i
in the Blue room wher Professor guests at a rushing party Monday
er colleges. Brumm read his one act play night. Ten more rushees will be
Team Members. "Scrambled Ego." dinner guests tonight at the soror-I
The team will consist of the fol- Thursday, March 17, a Saint ity.
'lowing women: Jean Berridge, Patrick's Day dinner will be given I ela Dla eta.
'33, Jean Botsford, '33, Virginia' by Miss Alta Atkinson and Miss Delta Delta Delta honored six of
Ruth Smith in honor of Miss Mar- its members at a scholarship d -
inne Fries, '3, CarFlorence Boos,34,Eby Cor- garet Gillan. ner Monday night. The women who
inne Fis 3,FlrneEy 34,k
Dorothy Hall, '35, Sally King, '34, Kappa Kappa Gamma. received awards were Elizabeth
Ruth Kurtz, '34, Josephine McCaus- (Kappa Kappa Gamma announces Gribble, '33, Corrine Fries, '34, Viva
ey, '34, Katherine McMurray, '32 the pledging of Miss Nolda McCam- Richardson, '34, Violet Ansorge, 32,
and Elizabeth Talcott, '35. ' ly, '34, of Battle Creek, Helen Bernthal, '34, and Barbara
The events in the meet are the Theta Phi Alpha. Braun, 33. They all had an aca-
40-yd. back, crawl, and breast, and A formal dinner honoring Miss demic average above 90 per cent.
the 100-yd. free style. The women Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women, anc Delta Zeta.
will swim against time only. Miss Jeanette Perry, Assistant t! Delta Zeta held its formal initi -
Jean Berridge and Carol De Boos the Dean of Women, Professor Wil- tion ceremony Sunday morning.
will probably swim back Jean liam McLaughlin and Mrs. Mc- Goldie Lightfoot, 33, Flint; Eliza-
Botsford, Dorothy Hall, Sally King Laughlin, and Mr. and Mrs. George both Hurt. 33, FMint; and Alice Ma-
Josephine McCausey, Katherine Moe was given Wednesday night by hon. 33, . ort Huron, were made
McMurray, and Elizabeth Talcott Theta Phi Alpha sorority. A green members of the chapter. Miss Mar-
will swim the crawl. Virginia Cluff, and white color scheme was carried garet Cornell acted as toastmis-
Corinne Fries, Florence Eby, and out in the flowers and tapers. tress at the banquet which follow-
Ruth Kurtz will swim the breast. Phi Sigma Sigma. ed.
Besides their speciality members of 1 Seven pledges were initiated into Gamma Phi Beta.
the team may enter one more the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority last Gamma Phi.Beta will entertain
event. They will swim for time and Sunday morning at a forenoon eight guests at a rushing dinner
not in competition. ceremony, which was followed by a tg
Open to Public. formal banquet. The new mem- Kappa Alpha Theta.
Results will be announced April bers are: Dorothy Aronson, 33, Kapa Alpha Theta held a rush-
1. Final times will be sent to the Dora Eliasohn, '34, Rowena Gold- ing dinner for six guests on Wed-
University of Wisconsin, Madison stein, 35, Muriel Pivouitz, 34, Il nesday evening.
where they will be all tabulated. The junior women in Masher
For this reason there will be some There Is More Than Hall honored members of the fac-
delay before the final results will ulty at supper last Sunday evening.
en e in.There Seems to Be The following women acted as ho-
Men and women are invited totesse: Dorothy Davis, eln Dun-
watch the meet Saturday. Miss to Productn Plays kirk, Elizabeth Ebert Harriet Ed-
Ruth Hassinger, instructor in phys-~1 elstein, Maric Flanigan, Glendora
ical education is in charge of the --- Gosling, Elizabeth ray, Florida
meet. All there is to producing a play aden. Marguerite Kolberg, Kath-
_ -.is the acting-at least that seems leen Lockhart, Georgianna Mott,
to be the popular idea, but to those Rebecca Olsen, Ida Ruth Peterson,
NOTICE who have been working on "The Eula DePrest, Mary Louise Rum-'
W.A.A. board will meet at 7:30 Taming Of The Shrew," which will sey, Marie Sisson, Julia Youngs,
tonight at the League building, open tonight for a six night run, Helen Bailey, and Laura Sominer.'
the acting element has been but a The faculty members present were
s..all prt of the production, a I Professor and Mrs. F. R. Riley, Pro-
TWO CAGE TEAMS major part to be sure, but no more fessor A. R. Cross, Professor and
TO TRY FOR TITLE important than such things as the Mrs. H. A. Fowler, Professor and
___direction, the stage setting, and the Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins. Mr. Kenneth
costuming. Osborne, Professor and Mrs. B.
Dallas Teams Continue to Hold Valentine B. Windt, director of Weaver, Professor and Mrs. Albert
Sporting World's Interest. Play Production, has been assisted Marckwardt, Professor and Mrs. N.
____ in the direction of the play by Alice H. Anning, Miss Louise Cuyler
For some unknown reason, girls' Slama, Grad., who is a member of Professor and Mrs. R. B. Hall, Pro-
basketball has come to center its his directing class. fessor and Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Pro-.!
interest in the comparatively small Several women have helped in fessor and Mrs. H. M. Sewell, Pro-
town of Dallas, Texas, which can the making of furniture and on fessor and Mrs. A. J. Jobin, Profes-
and does boast of more stellar ath- properties. The stage of the Lab- sor and Mrs. B. D. Thuma, Profes-
letes in this field than any other oratory Theatre has been turned sor and Mrs. E. S. Brown, Professor
place under the sun. Two Dallas into a work shop and in the past and Mrs. Albert Crittenden, Profes-
teams are even now preparing to few weeks chairs have been made sor and Mrs. McLaughlin, Professor
battle for national supremacy, and upholstered, and tables have and Mrs. A. Fairbanks, Mr. and
sharing as they do eleven All- been built that would attract the Mrs. Brossfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
American stars. attention of an experienced cabinet L. L. Laing. Mr. H. Mumford Jones
Several years ago, sports writers maker. spoke on the background of O'-
began to grumble a.bout the persis- The costuming has employed Neill's recent play, "Mourning Be-
tency with which Dallas girls were more women than any other phase comes Electra," and Marie Sisson
holding the championships and the of the production and it has been entertained with a few piano selec-
headlines, but an amateur investi- directed by Frances Young, former tions. Mrs. Mary Buffington, Miss
gation revealed no other explana- student in Play Production, who Inez Bozorth, Miss Lois Failyer,
tion except perhaps that these Dal- has had considerable experience in and Miss Peggy Lutes chaperoned
las girls are hysterically and whole- doing that kind of work in period the affair.
heartedly supported by the town plays.
which is so proud of them . One of the lovlier gowns is that
The Dallas Aces, defending na- worr% by Martha Ellen Scott, '32,
tional champions, number among who plays Bianca. It is a pastel T'U t\^_[) C K NS
their stars Mildred Didrickson, who green silk trimmed in orchid. It is"1
has been called the "greatest fe- fashioned with bell sleeves which
male athlete in the world," holding are lined in the orchid. The waist!Le
as she does the women's title for i line is very high acording to the HLIv
the 80 meter hurdles, javelin throw, mode of Elizabethan times and the
baseball throw, and All-American skirt is cut very long making a train Dial 2-1129
forward in professional basketball. 'in the back.____i

Si gma Afpha Iota Entertained
by Mrs. Stanton; Song
Recital Given.
Several pledges of Sigma Alpha
Icta, national music sorority, were
peirformers at a pledge musical giv-?
en rIn their honor last Tuesday
night at the home of Mrs. S. M.
Stanton, Ondonaga street.
Mrs. Stanton was assisted by :
Mrs. V1. A. McLaughlin, and Mrs.
Henry C. Hutchins who were host-
One of the features of the eve-
ning was a group of songs by the j
University Girls' Glee Club trio, ac-
co inp anied by Jane Law, '34SM,
anist. Elizabeth Fagg, '33
i ' c red the ftAlowving numbesr:
0, ccsaste di piagarni, by Scarlat-
ti: Di bist die Ruh, by Schubert;
and Love in the Wind, by Mitchell.
Jane Carlton played Bach's In-
vention in a flat major, Liszt's Con-
solation, and Beethoven's Turkish
Maren. The remainder of the pro-
grarn was given by Leah Lichter-
walter, '33SM., who played When
Children Sleep, by Phillips; I Chide
Thee Not. and Evening Song, by
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Make-zip Commitee Experiments
on War Paint forr
No Man's Land.'
That "No Man's Land" will be
the product of versatility has been
ascertained by a glimpse into the
activities of the various committees
which are working for the per-
formances of the Junior Girls' Play
which will begin March 23.
Take the make-up committee for'
instance who have been experi-,
menting with powders, paints, and
bases, for the last three weeks to
obtain the "perfect concoction" to
suit each individuality in the play.
Virginia Taylor, chairman of make-
up, has been meeting with her
assistants about three times a week
to apply make-up to members ofj
the cast and choruses. This year it
has been decided to use a liquid!
base instead of a grease.
What martyrs they are, the vii-1
tims of the experiments! Thick,
creamy paints of all colors are-
smeared on the faces by amateurs
necessitating hours of scrubbing.
Hero and heroine, villian, and vil-
lianess, show girls and men's chor-.
uses all have a distinctive make-uo.
all in all, requiring days of experi-.
Women who will be back stage
to apply the make-up are Con-:
stance Berry, Eliznibeth Dusseau,

Evelyn Lehman, Jane Robinson,
Leonore Snyder, Claire Trussel,
Estelle Goldstein, Elizabeth Hert,
Dorothy Kopf, Margaret Webber,
and Elizabeth Ladd.
! N E
Seniors defeated the sophomores
30 to 25 yesterday afternoon in the
interclass basketball tournament.
Esther LaRowe, '32. was high point
wan for the seniors, and Charlotte1
Johnson. '34, was high scorer for
the sophomores.
Freshmen will play the sopho-
mores and juniors will play the
seniors at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
All these interested in a Radmin-
ton tournament are asked to sign
up on the bulletin board at Bar-
bour gymnasium this week or dall
Miss Hilda Burr (4121-721). Women{
must sign their names and tele-
phone numbers.
After the draw for the tourna--
ment has been made students can
play off their match games at theI
following times; and write the re-
suIts on the bulletin board; 4:15 o'-
clock Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday at Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall; 2 to 4 o'clock Wednesday and
9 to 12 o'clock Saturday at Barbour
gymnasium. "Birds" at 40 cents
each are to be provided by each
Two more nights only remain
open for women to be timed for the
intramural meet. Any organization
rwhich has not sent members to,
swim may take this last opportun-

Tea tc Honor Robin Hood Cast
and Women's Glee Chit)
Friday, Mar. 18.
In anticipation of a large attend-
ance at the sixth annual League
party which will be held from 4 to
6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
the main ballroom of the League,
members of the eight houses which
are sponsoring the affair have been
delegated to act as hostesses, and
will be in attendance throughout
the party.
The tea is being planned espec-
ially to honor members of the cast
of "Robin Hood" and of the Uni-
versity Women's Glee club, and se-
lections from the popular operetta
will feature the program of enter-
tainment. Dorethea Torbeson, '32-
SM., will present a solo, and, will
sing a duet with George Brown, '34
The motif for the decorations will
be St. Patrick's Day, and green
shamrocks will be used extensively
on the tea tables, and throughout
the room.
The regular League orchestra wi l
play for dancing, and there will be
tables available for bridge. Mis
T'ora Crane Hunt, Miss Agnes
Barker, Miss Alta Smith, and Miss
Margaret Atkinson have been asked
to pour.
The eight groups which are spon-
soring the event include Pi Beta
Phi, Delta Zeta, Chi Omega, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Alpha Xi Delta,
Martha Cook, and league house
groups six and seven. Eleanor
Walkinshaw, '32, is general cha :-
man. Her committee includes rep-
resentatives from each of thes,
houses, and Enid Bush, '33, social
chairman of the League, is also as-
sisting. Phyllis Ornstien, '32, is in
'harge of entertainment, Helen
Hilgeman, '32, decorations, Harriet
Holden, '33, publicity, and Laverne
t f..tro

Elizabeth Eaglesfield, Eleanore Gil-a
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Last Yea/s J.G. Talent to Bec
Used in Campus Show.
A collection of campus talent is
being; obtained for the entertain-
ment which wiJl be given during
the intermissions at the Penny Car-
nival next Saturday night.
Among the most experienced we
'lnd Helen Dooley, '32, who is more
familiarly known as "Bobbie." She
will give one of her special'ty'
dances which are always received
Vith enthusiasm. "Bobbie" will be:
long remembered for her work in
one of the comedy leads in last
year's Junior Girls' Play.
Her stage training reaches back
much further than that. She be-
gan her dancing training in Chica-
.o when she was eleven years old
and has continued her study since.
She is now a pupil of Ray Hoyer,
former d'rector of the Michigand
opera an co-star with Fred Stone.
Miss Dooley had an important part
in the Mimes revue of 1931, and is
a member of Comedy Club.
Two other performers who aren't
quite so well known (but that's be-
.tause they're new on campus) are
Barbara Rose, '34, and Margaret
Beckett, '34, who will sing,a har-
mony number. They were two of
the women who had so much to do;
with making the Sophomore Caba-,
ret such a success.
Charlotte Johnston, '34, and Alta
Place. '34, will give a tap dancing
specialty duet. I n last year's
Freshman Pageant they exhibited1
their ability in most of the dances,
and also participated in the enter-!
tainment of their class Cabaret.

Ruth Van Zant Offers Painting
for Master's Degree.
Ruth Van Zandt of Ohio State
offered a landscape painting as a
thesis for a Master's degree in Ed-
ucation. Complications arose be-
cause the picture itself could not
be submitted to the graduate Coun-
eil. However, the ingenious co-ed
wrote a description of the progress
in the painting and submitted a
photograph with the thesis.
The painting has as its back-
ground the Swiss alps with figures
representing art, music, and dance
silhouetted slightly against a bright
background of flowers. According
to Miss Van Zandt this represents
Rous'seau's theories on education.

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r . We have a smart assortment of the
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Every Thursday evening Chicken
Pie is special at Dearborn Inn. The
University staff is cordially invited
to this real New England Inn for
faculty dinners and teas. Trans-
portation for groups provided by
the Inn. Table d'hote dinners and
a choice of two luncheon menus in
the Early American Dining Room.
A la carte service in the English
Coffee Shop. Colonial Lounge.
Recreation Room. 'Phone Dearborn
1810 for reservations.
Ample parking space and garage.
Opposite the Ford Airport


Oakwood Boulevard




Our East University store, located directly opposite
your college, has a complete line of supplies for your
every requirement. We earnestly desire to be known
as your store.
You will find many values for a real saving in both our
stores this week-end.
Courtesy and Service expressly offered.

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