THUDAY, Mbay 19, 1932THE MICHIGAN DAILY
St R CTTEE FOR FRESRMA Art
PACE NT AKES REPORT OF MMEN
TAKI PAR T I ANNUAL DANCE EVNT
IN HONORP lNA.A
Old, New Officers, Executives
to Be Entertained by Dr.
being displayea in Aumni Memor-GyU
Nine Groups Portraying History Elizabeth Waiz, Dorothy Hait, and ial hall the studies by G. L. Brock- Bell and Miss Stewart.
of the Dance Through Music Alice Goodwin. hurst is similar to line engraving To honor the old and new officers
IThe other Middle Ages group isP but he gains his effect by ligt.nd
to Feature Program. the renaissance dance, which is a .. and executive board of the Wo-
religious fantasy stressing harmony shade. This is manly evidenced by men's Athletic Association, Dr. Mar-
WILL BE HELD MAY 24 in the development. of music. The his "James McBey," a print in gaet Bell, director of physical ed-
dance group includes Maxine May- which the texture of garments is uaioB, disscMr Sa in-
Modernistic Dance Biggest on nard, Lucille Betz, Olga Lippen- brought out by evenly distributed structor in the physical education
28thien, Mary Katherine Snyder, Jane shaded lines, dertmen illh pholdal pdaryton
Program; Nineteen Women Brucker, Eleanor Heath, Helen nt department will hold a party to-
to Participate. Flynn, Mary O'Brien, Helene Gram, e e mos eau night at the Forestry Cabin.
Marie Metzgar, Virginie Dinne, Vir- ings on view is "The Calvary at
The central committee in charge ginia Salsbury, Dorothy Wikel, and Concarneau" by Martin Hardie. I The group will leave in time to
of the Freshman Pageant drew up Betty Jane Owens. is a dry point etching, the lines be- have dinner at the cabin, and in-
a report Tuesday afternoon of all Ballet Exemplifies Form. ing scratched on the plate without stallation of the officers and the
women participating in the various Progress in history of music is using acid. The scene is of a shore executive board will be held imme-
dance groups. The rehearsals have marked in the next step by a strict of a small fishing town on the coast
been standardized by this time, and adherence to form. The ballet is of France. Agaist the fat lines tr ly elicers
the various steps in the iriterpreta- an exemplification of this period. of the clouds is silhouetted a tal' are Jean Botsford, '33, president,
tion are being polished and worked Lois Zimmerman leads the dance in crucifix which has been erected by Jean Berridge,'33 vice-president
together, ready for presentation. which the following girls take part: the fishing people as an evidencetof Mary Marshall, '33, secretary, and
Theprmiiv dnc wllled heBettina Rightmire, Virginia Rob- their faith in God in spite of the CrieFis
prTgram, with the following cast of erts, Katherine Rucker, Collin Wil- many lives which have been lost at Corrine Fries, '34, treasurer.
gr who will phe n a o Vera Newborough Shirley Ver sea. A few women on the shore The executive board for next year
girs who will present a brown- nor, Doroth Hall, aild Betty Tal- and some small boats in the dis- ]ncludes Glendora Gosling, '33, out-
and-scarlet harmonious interpreta- cott. tance lend to the quiet and resign- door manager, Catherine Rentsch-
tion of the early age idea of music The Stra lt k the cd atmosphe:e of the etching. icr, '35, hockey manager, Marie
Jane Schneider, Marie'pMetzger lyrical period, follows the ballet. Among the other etchings on dis- Metzger, '35, baseball manager,
Margaret Straus, VirginiaChap-r The waltzers are: Barbara Owens, play are those of Duveneck; and J. Mary Pray, '34, dancing manager,
man, Lavinnia Creighton, Billie Velma Wilson, Helen Wilson, Helen A. D. Ingres is exhibiting an inter- Virginia Cluff, '35, swimmig man-
ra , Lanett Buff, Grossman orothyWikel Olga1 esting collection of lithographs. ager, Elizabeth Cooper, '34, riding
Griffiths, Jeanette Buff, Hilda Kir- Dory W , Oga emanager, Doris Gimmy, '34, tennis
by, and Norma Caro. Schmidt,Edna Canner, Alice mMr- IVMuicale Tea Held by manager, Jane Brucker, '35, golf
To Feature Classic Art. g manager, Dorothy Van Riper, '34,
The second period of advance hNovinski Zeta Phi Sigma Sunday archery manager, Mary McCarthy,
ANovinaeswsihld'35,undbowlingublciman age, erudEncie
features a Greek warrior and Greek To Have Large Cast.'5 oln angr rdne
priestess panorama of the classic Modern music is divided into two A musicale was held last Sunday Foste '34, publicity manager, Elsie
and ancient in music. Taking the groups, impressionistic, or humor- in the League building by Zeta Phi Feldman, '33, A.C.A.W. and mem-
parts of the Greek warriors are ous, and modernistic. The puppet Sigma. Among the guests were Miss bership manager, Jean Porter, '34,
Katherine Anning, Patricia Wood- dancers of the humor group are Horatio Corbin, Prof. and Mrs. itramural manager, Margaret
ward, Pauline Woodward, Beatrice Barbara Sutherland, Hilda Kirby, Gwiazdowski, Prof. and Mrs. Pay- Martindale, '34SM., speedball man-
Sutherland, Erna Schmidt, Dorothy Jane Brucker, Virginia Cluff, Mar- lowski, and Prof. and Mrs. Stocking. ager, and Elizabeth Gribble, point
Leake, Margaret Pulfrey, Virginia garet Palfrey, and Billy Griffiths. A piano recital was given by Miss recorder.
Davenport, and Eleanor Heath. The modernistic number is the Natalie Pokorski, a graduate stud-
The second group, Greek priest- 'biggest dance of the entire pro- ent in the music school. Selections
esses who do a ritualistic dance, gram. Ravel's "Bolero" is the back- from the works of Chopin and De- T
consists of Eleanor Blum, Jessie ground against which the dancers Bussey were played. Miss Pokorski
Barton, Margaret Wineman, Betty weave their threads of melody. The formerly studied in Munich. F(
Aigler, Mary Gaylord, Velma Wil- group includes Elizabeth Moore,
son, Mary Jane Copeman, Jane |Shirley Vernor, Mary Stirling, Betty I__ ___ _:__
Hall, Ann Mitchell, Elizabeth Men- Little, Collin Wilsey, Libby 5em,
delhall, Isobel Barrus, Lucille Betz, Bernice Bassichis, Ann Mitchell,
Charlotte Anderson, Irene Hall, and NLavinia Creighton, Norma Caro,TC
Helen Wilson. Hesper Frost, Virginia Roberts, Vir- A CS v
To Stage 1Gavotte. I ginia Chapman, Alice Morgan, TAm Cati and Suetisubs
The next group, the gavotte, is an Katherine A n n i n g, Katherine Team Captaio s and udent sub-hih
adaptation of the classical gavotte,|Rucker, Dorothy Schiller, Esther avail themselvesofpthe opportunity ~1
and is being staged in period cos- Brandon, Esther Miller, M a b e 1 for free scholarship's made possible
tumes. The dancers are Dorothy Krugman, Pearl Holt, and Doris through the courtesy of the Natiknal
Leake, Marie Murphy, Harriet! Holmes. ( Magazine Publisher's again this year
Spiess, Peggy Duggan, Isobel Cur- I Miss Emily White, director of the are requested to apply to the nationalWeL
rie, Jessie Barton, Jane Hall, Eliza-} dances for the annual freshman organizer M. Anthony Steele, Jr.,
beth Puglisse, Irene Hall, Elizabeth pageant, is satisfied with the way ing qualifications fully.
Moore, Charlotte Anderson, Patri- the women are working, and feels
cia Woodward, Pauline Woodward,| that the numbers are rounding into
Mary Lou Elspass, Mary Burgess, good shape. t a------~-- --Jnauzurati
o c 1 e ty
Chi Omega. tain the mothers of its members at
Chi Omega will entertain mem- a house party this week-end. Sat-
bers of the faculty at tea Sunday urday, Mrs. C. Stowe Neal, mother
at the chapter house. Mrs. Blanche of Roxanne Neal, '35, will honor the
Harley, sorority chaperone, will guests with a luncheon at her home.
pour. Friday night, the sorority will Helen Newberry.
hold its annual spring dance, which The board of governors of Helen
will be informal. Mrs. Blanche, T
Mrs. Anna Dillingham, Mrs. Myra Newberry residence entertained the
Upham, and Mrs. Mary Tuller will honor students and the newly elect-
act as chaperones. ed and retiring offlicers of the stud-
l lta Delta Delta. ent board at the annual honor's
Delta Delta Delta will honor Prof. dinner, Tuesday, May 17. Scholar-
and Mrs. H. W. King, Mrs. Thomasa$
Reed, Prof. and Mrs. E. H. Kraus, ships amounting to $50t were pre-
Prof. and Mrs. J. L. Brumm, Prof. sented to those girls who have been
and Mrs. Walter Reichert, Miss outstanding in scholarship and cit-
Rosalie Ris, Prof. and Mrs. Clifford izenship.
Woody, Prof. and Mrs. M. H. Soule, This year Dean Alice Lloyd pre-
Miss Inez Bozorth, Miss Klks, and sented scholarships to the following
Miss 'ary Alice Potter of Lima girls: Ada Blackman, 34, Annie
Ohio. tonight at an informal dinner McIntyre, '34, Sally Place, '34M.,
engtatnLouise Allen, '33. The fifth scholar-
Delta Gamma. d ship wasdivided between Helen
Delta Gamma will hold a tea Travis, '33, and Annette Rucdolphi,
dance Saturday afternoon from 5 '33, both of whom have had scho!-
till 8 o'clock, at which Mrs. Lewis arships in previous years.
The sorority will entertain as
house guests this week-end, Mrs. BOARD MEMBERS NAMED
Eaglesfield of Niles, Michigan, and Harriet Jennings, '34, and Vir-
Miss Nancy Olds, of Cleveland, ginia Salsbury, '35, were elected
Ohio. yesterday to the board of gov-
Sunday, May 15th, the senior wo- ernors of. the League by the
men were entertained at breakfast board of directors at the last
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Aigler. meeting of the year. Miss Jen-
Margaret Schermack, '33, Betty4 nings will serve as the junior
Faglesfield, '33, Catherine Heesen, rnember of the board and Miss
'33, Katherine Barnard, '33, and Salsbury will serve as sophomore
Parrish Riker, '33, attended the Wy- member.
vern house party last week-end. This is the second term that
Delta Zeta. Harriet Jennings has served on
Delta Zeta wishes to announce the board of governors, having
the pledging of Cecil Hellberg1 '35. filled the position of sophormore
Kappa Alpha Theta. representative this year.
Kappa Alpha Theta will enter-
ountain Drinks and
rry Our Special Today)
EETSY ROSS SHOP
In the Arcade"
a. eareaa.ur ".a aRi.sOar - " " s
National Cotton Week
with an extensive showing of
Garden and Afternoon
Cottons will be a popular item in miladies wardrobe this summer and
when you see the attractive dresses we're showing you'll be glad of it.
Colorful prints, attractively styled help to make this a real style event.
They're moderately priced too .
$1.95 to $5.95
THE RUBLEY SHOP
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
This is alrare treat to yoti who wish to be individual . .
Special attention will be given to the design of large head-
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