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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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77

ITTEE HEADS
'RING DINNER
ANN ONED

PLANS DANCE

?velyn Neilson, Chairman, Picks
Assistants for First Annual
League Affair.
TO BE HELD APRIL 30
)ance ,Will Follow Panhellenkc
Plan; Ticket SaleLimited
to Women.
Announcement of the central
ommittee for the first annual
pring dinner dance, sponsored by
he League which will be held April
0, in the League ballroom, was
iade yesterday by Evelyn Neilson,
3, general chairman.
Josephine Timberlake, '32, will
erve as assistant chairman, while
uth Kurtz, '34Ed., will be the
reasurer. Katherine Ferrin, '32,
vill "be chairman of floor, Anna
Jitchell, '35, chairman of food,
elen Mason, '34, chairman of mu-
ic, Elsie .Feldman, '33, chairman of
ickets, Mary O'Brien, '35, chairman
f decorations, and Katherine Mac-
'regor, '34, chairman of publicity.
In.Place of Mardi Gras.

Two Schools to Give
Joint Musical Pliy
Much interest has been aroused
by the production of "The, Little
Tycoon," which will have its open-
ing performance tonight in the Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, since it
is the first production embracingj
the interests of both the School of
Music and the Ann Arbor High
School.
It is being directed by Miss.Juva
Higbee, Professor of Public School
Music and Supervisor of music in
the public schools. All the feminine
roles of the cast are to be played by
University'women with the excep-
tion of one, which is being done by
Evelyn Hitchcock. -
The University women are Gwen-
dolyn Zoller, '32SM, who will play
the part of Miss Hurricane, a chap-
erone; Virginia Forsythe, '34SM,
who will do the part of Dot, a friend
of the heroine; and Leach Licliten-
Walter, '33SM, who is cast in the
leading role.

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA'
GIVES PUSHING llTEA,

Members
Hold

Hostesses at Party;
Formal Musical

Delta Delta Delta.
The Advisory board of the alum-
nae of Delta Delta Delta held a
party Wednesday evening in honor
of the pledges at the home of Mrs.
John L. Brumm.

I tomorrow night. Brightly striped
awnings and palms are to be part
of the decorations which are to rep-
resent a Palm Beach scene.
Pi Beta Phi. ''

Tuesday Night.

Evelyn Neilson, '33, general chair-
man of the first annual spring' din-
ner, dance to be sponsored by the
League which will beheld April 30,
in the League ballroom.

.:.ociety Notes..

MUSIC, DRAMA TIC ORGANIZATIONS
COMBINE TO PRODUCE 'ROBIN HOOD'

Experienced Talent Represented
in Huge Cast of
Operetta.
That urge for something differ-

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project is being initiatecd as
itution for the Mardi Gras, ent and adventurous which.always
is turn replaced the tradi- comes with this spring weather
eague bazaar. It will be in- ought to find a grand stimulus in
as a yearly event, and the the rollicking story of the most col-
s will be turned over to the orful and exciting outlaw of all
aduate campaign fund, to times, Robin Hood, which will be
rd redeeming the anual un- unfolded on the stage of Hill Au-
.uate pledge. ditorium next week end when the
on the affair will start inn- two Varsity Glee Clubs, Mimes, the
ly, according to Miss Neil- University Orchestra, and Play
fforts will be made to en- Production combine to present De-
out of town orchestra. The Koven's operetta
vill be formal and will prob- It is the first t'ime that such a
t from 7:30 until 12 o'clock, project has been undertaken for all
wing the Panhellenic cus- campus production and it is hoped
e ticket sale will be limited that it can be repeated as an an-
en, but will by no means be nual event from now on.
re to sorority women. All The women in the cast are all.
on campus will have an op- people who have had considerable
ty to secure tickets, al- experience in singing and other
the number will necessarily types of entertaining. Miss Doro-
ted. thea Torbeson, '32SM, who'will sing
the role of Maid Marion, appeared
HOLD PRACTICES in many musical performances
when she was in high school and
inton practices will be held last year she did an excellent bit
o'clock every Friday, from in the Junior Girl's Play, "Came
o'clock on Wednesday, and The dawn." She has a brilliant so-
to 12 o'clock on Saturday. prano voice and is well suited to her
nen interested may sign up role.
bulletin board at Barbour The part of Allan a Dale will be
ium. I filled by Hope Eddy, spec., on Fri-

day night and by La Von Greiner,
spec., on Saturday night. It was
found that both women had such
rich contralto voices so suited to
the part that, no fair choice could
be made between them, so the a-
bove arrangement was made.
Helen Van Loon, '32SM, will sing
Annabel. It is interesting to note
that she sang the same role several
years ago when the Highland Park
High School presented the operetta.
We find Frances Johnson, '33, who
has given such brilliant perform-
ances in Comedy Club porductions
in the other feminine role, that of
Dame Durden. It is a humorous
role and gives Miss Johnson a great
opportunity to present her fine
sense of comedy at its best.
Some of the features of the pro-
duction will be a milk maids chorus
which includes twelve women and
a chimes chorus which includes1
forty women .
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, one of
the directors, says of it, "This op-
eretta is going to fill a great need
on campus and the cooperatiorf of
the five organizations which have
made it possible has been -a great
inspiration in the preparation."
George C. Wyatt, 95-year-old res-
ident of Warren county, Missouri,
took out a 1932 hunting and fish-
ing license.

Sigma Alpha Iota 'members were
hostesses at a rushing tea Wednes-
day afternoon, March 2, in the'
Alumnae room of the League build-
ing Miss Nora CraneHunt pour-
ed, and Mrs. Juel Wilson and Mrs.
Reiman were hostesses. A profus-
ion of spring flowers decorated the
room.
Tuesday night, March 1, the so-
rority entertained about fifty guests
at a formal musical at the home of
Albert Lockwood, No. 1 Hillsisde
Court.
Joseph Brinkman, assistant pro-
iessor of piano in the School of
Music, provided the music for the
entertainment. He presented the
following numbers: Sonata Opus
10, No. 3 (Presto, Largo et maesto,
Menuetto, and Rondo) by Beetho-
'ven; Impromptu, F sharp major,
Mazurka, B minor, and Scherzo
C sharp minor, by Chopin; Whim-
sical Dance, Melody, by Brinkman;
Pouree, by Weidig-Brinkman; Piece
en form de Habenera, Ravel; and
Prelude, B flat major, Rachmanin-
off.
NOTICE.
Following is a schedule of re-
hearsals for today for "No Man's
Land."
Chorus 3-3 o'clock.
,Choruses 2, 9-3:30 o'clock.
Chorus 5-4:30 o'clock.
Chorus 2-5 o'clock.
There will be no rehearsals
Saturday because of initiation.
At 11 o'clock Sunday morning all
women in the play except Chorus
1 are to meet at the League and
to bring those cjothes which they
think suitable for the play so
that the costume conmmittee can
judge.
MICHIGAN DAM ES
ME ET AT LEAGUE
Michigan Dames held their meet-
ing at eight o'clock' Tuesday night,
in the Grand Rapids. room of the'
League building. Approximately
sixty women were present.
A short business meeting was fol-
lowed by bridge. Mrs. Paul Cram-'
ton won the first prize, and Mrs.
Claudeoun Brown, the second.

Chi Omega.
Chi O m e g a entertained five
guests at a rushing dinner Tuesday
evening. Wednesday night, the sor-
ority honored twelve rushees at
dinner. The sorority wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Genevieve
Lawson, '33Ed, of Royal Oak, Mich-
igan.
Delta Zeta.
Delta Zeta wishes to announce
the pledging of Emogene Griecus,
'33, Chicago, Illinois. Wednesday
night the sorority held a rushing
dinner. The decorations were car-
ried out'in a Chinese scheme. Miss
Mary Dunnigan of Detroit and Miss
Eilzabeth McCormick of Port Hur-
on were house guests of the sorority
last week-end. Saturday evening
the alumnae held a benefit bridge
at the chapter house.
Martha Cook.
Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, social
director at Martha Cook, entertain-
ed at a dinner party last night in
honor of friends 'graduated from
Goucher College. Goucher alumnae
who were present were Miss Helen
Dodson, Mrs. Harry Friegood, Miss
Harriet Brazier, Miss Ruth Childs,
Mrs. Herman Riecher and Miss
Smith. Other guests present were
Miss Helen Bradleyof Couzens Hall
and Miss Alta B. Atkinson of Mar-
tha Cook.
Residents of Martha Cook will
give their annual spring informal
SHE'S HARD ON
STOCKINGS
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HOLEPROOF
HOSIERY FAN!
From 89c up
Mesh and Lace at $1.50
New Lace Sweaters at $1.95
COME AND SEE
OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT
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A formal dinner was given Wed-
nesday evening in honor of Mrs.
Lutcher Stark of Orange, Texas,
grand secretary of Pi Beta Phi so-
rority, who arrived in Ann Arbor
Wednesday afternoon to visit the
localschapter for a few days. The
guests at dinner included : Dean
A. H, White and Mrs. White; Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer Christian; Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Heath; Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Jamison; Mrs. G. Carl Huber;
and Mrs. Charlotte Lockwood.
Pi Beta Phi entertained Thurs-
day afternoon at a tea for Mrs.
,Stark at the Haunted Tavern.

A-
"12 to 1 you'll be here early, to take
advantage of these

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COLLINS SHOPPE DRESSES

Theta Phi Alpha.
The initiation ceremony of
Phi Alpha sorority' will tak
Saturday evening, March 12.
mal banquet will follow the
The initiation ceremony of
mony at which Miss Ruth B:
Detroit will act as speaker
alumnae; Miss Margaret 2
'35, will speak for the neyw
tiated;. Miss Geraldine Mets
will be the speaker for the
chapter. Acting as toaster
will be Mrs. RobertaMagee.
tapers and red roses will bet
decorations for the affair.
NOTICE.
There wili be a. meeting
interclass basketball man.-
at 4 o'clock in Barbour gy:
sium.

LOWERED PRICES

GROUP No. 1

$5

In this group of frocks are crea-
tions for business, daytime and
evening wear-dresses from wlich
any woman can get lots of {Near
and service. Jerseys, wool crepes,
silk crepes and satins. Originally
these were priced as high as
$16.75.

The woman looking for a more
"dresyg" frock will be very much
interested in this' selection op
chiffons, sheers and crepes, for
afternoon and evening wear.
While the group is not large, sizes
ar 2 of good assortment. Our reg.
ular .$25.00 values.

;, GROUP No. 2

$10J

One Group of
SILK AND WOOL
SPORT DRESSES
$2.95

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