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Llid li'1I1au I V A.i'N

CAM PUS

SOCIETY

Five Committee
Reads Chosen
For '34 J.G.P.
Sutherhrnd, Ciuff, Kirby,
Diebed and Osborne To
Direct Committees
fiarbara Sutherland was elected
general chairman of the 1934 Junior
Grls' Play at a meeting of sopho-
more women held yesterday in the
League. Aiding her will be Ann Os-
borne, as assistant chairman. Vir-
ginia Cluff is to be in charge of prop-
erties, Hilda Kirby will be finance
chairman and Nan Diebel as program
chairman completes the list of the
five elective positions on next year's
play committee.
The voting was directed by the
Judiciary Council, under the super-
vision of Margaret Shermack. Among
the special rulings determined by the
women casting votes, was a stipula-
tion that no two women from the,
same organized house could hold
chairmanships.
Appointments of women to the
other executive committee positions
will be made by the above officers
sometime in the future, it was stated.
"The position of general chairman
of the play is one of the most im-
portant, socially and executively of
all the offices to which women may
be elected throughout their college
careers," said ean Alice C. Lloyd,
in an informal address to the wo-
men before the voting.
"The first Junior Girls' Play was
held in 1903," she went on. "Started
as a small production in honor of the
women of the senior class, it has
since grown into one of the most col-
orful and popular of the Michigan
traditions."
Stellar Social
Group Attends
PlayVPermiere
A prominent audience composed
of several clergymen, faculty mem-
bers and students attended the open-
ing performance of the colorful "Dy-
bbuk" produced by the Hillel players
last night at the Laboratory theatre.
The Rev, Merle H. Anderson of the
First Presbyterian Church attended,
the Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, pastor
of the First Congregational Church,
and Rabbi Leo M. Franklin of De-
troit.
Dr. Warren Forsythe, director of
the Health Service was present, and
we noticed Dr. Edgar Kahn, of the
medical school, and Mrs. Kahn. Mr.
Michael Pargment, of the French de-
partment and Mrs. Pargment, who
was becomingly gowned in red, seem-
ed to be enjoying themselves im-
mensely.
During intermission we stopped to
chat for a second with Mr. Julio del
Toro, of the Spanish department, and
Mrs. del Toro, who would certainly
be able to appreciate the production
fiom an artistic standpoint alone.
Prof. o. J. Campbell of the English
department was present, so we were
told; and Mr. Arno Bader, of the
English department.
Frances Manchester, '34, chairman
of J. G. P., attended, and Elizabeth
Cooper, '34. Morton Frank, '33, pres-
ident of Hillel players, we noticed
with his accustonmary cheery smile.
At last we saw one of the gold
nietallic evening tunics we've heard
so much about. It was tailored in
cut and looked as though it was the
type that could be used for the wel-

come all-occasion dress. Another
outfit we thought unusual was a grey
velvet wrap, three-quarter length,
with a grey fox collar worn over a
smoky grey Sunday night dress of
chiffon.
MURALS TO BE DISCUSSED
DETROIT, March 30.-(P)-A sym-
posium on the Rivera murals will be
presented by the John Re.ed Club at
8:30 p. m. Monday at 3729 Cass Ave.
The speaker will be the Rev. Ralph
Higgins, of St. Paul's Cathedral.
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Will Lead Slide Rul e And Crease Dances

Miss Frances Stafford (left)' of Detroit, the guest of Richard N.
Cogger, '30E, and Miss Mae Keller, '27, (right) the guest of Harold L.
Warren, '33L, brill -ead Slide Rule and Crease Dances, respectively.'
Men's And Women's Fashions
Strike Similar Notes At Show

Slide Rule And
Crease Invite
Many Guests
Patrons and patronesses to the two
school dances to be held tonight,
Crease dance and Slide Rule, were
announced- last night. The Crease
dance will be held in the Lawyer's
Club while the Slide Rule will be
given at the Union.
Invitations to the Crease Dance
have been extended to the President
and Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Dean
Henry M. Bates and Mrs. Bates, Paul
A. Leidy and Mrs. Leidy, Prof. Edwin
C. Goddard and Mrs. Goddard, Prof.
Edson R. Sunderland and Mrs. Sun-
derland, Prof. Ralph W. Aigler and
Mrs. Aigler, Prof. John B. Waite and
Mrs. Waite, Prof. Edgar N. Durfee
and Mrs. Durfee, Prof. Edwin D.
Dickinson anI Mrs. Dickinson, Prof.
Burke Shartel 'anci Mrs. Shartel.
Other guests who will be present
include Prof.,,E'. Blythe Stason and
Mrs. Stason, Prof. Hobart Coffey and
Mrs. Coffey, Prof. John P. Dawson
and Mrs. Dawson, Prof. William
Blume and Mrs. Blume,, Laylin K.
James and Mrs. James, Prof. Lewis
M. Simes and Mrs. Simes, Prof. E.+
Tracy, Miss Katherine Murray, Miss
Della McCallum, Miss Bertha Flynn,
Dr. Maurice McGarvey and Mrs. Mc-
Garvey, Walter B. Rea, and Miss
Marjorie Pettibone.
Invitations for the Slide Rule
Dance have been extended to Presi-
dent Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs.
Ruthven, Dean Emeritus M. E. Coo-
ley, Dean H. C. Sadler and Mrs. Sad-
ler, Dean A. H. Lovell and Mrs.
Lovell, Dean J. A. Bursley and Mrs.
Bursley, W. B. Rea, Prof. H. C. An-
derson, Prof. B. F. Bailey and Mrs.
Bailey, Prof. H. W. Miller and Mrs.

Guest Dinners
And ElectionsI
Held Recenitly
Soi'osis norOs Count
Sforza; Faeuity 1Mem-
hers, Deans Entertained
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Count Carlo Sforza, former Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs who is
giving a series of lectures here, was
the guest of Collegiate Sorosis last
night. Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the.
political science department and Mrs.
Reeves were entertained.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Members of Alpha Xi Delta will.
entertain Dean Alice C. Lloyd and
her office staff at dinner tonight.
Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Miss Jean-
nette Perry, Miss Dorothy Ogborn,
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Miss Ellen
Miller, Prof. L. M. Gram and Mrs.
Gram, Prof. E. M. Bragg and Mrs.
Bragg, Prof. R. D. Brackett and Mrs.
Brackett, Prof. J. R. Nelson and Mrs.
Nelson, Prof. J. E. Emswiler and Mrs.
Emswiler.
Prof. W. C. Sadler and Mrs. Sadler,
Prof. A. H. White and Mrs. White,
Prof. A. E. White and Mrs. White,
Prof. O. W. Boston and Mrs. Boston,
Prof. C. T. Johnston and Mrs. John-
ston, Prof. A. D. Moore and Mrs.
Moore, Prof. E. A. Stalker and Mrs.
Stalker, E. L. Lorch, Prof. G. M. Mc-
Coulsey and Mrs. McCoulsey, Prof.
E. L. Eriksen and Mrs. Eriksen, Prof.
J. S. Worley and Mrs. Worley, Prof.
W. E. Lay and Mrs. Lay, Prof. L. A.
Hopkins andMrs. Hopkins, Major
B. D. Edwards and Mrs. Edwards,
and Dr. W. E. Forsythe and Mrs.
Forsythe.

B. Stevenson and Mrs. Leslie Kin-
dred will attend.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Eight guests were entertained at
a rushing dinner recently at Zeta
Tau Alpha. Decorations were spring
flowers and black tapers. Myrtle
Cooper, '34, was in charge.
ALPHA 0OMICRON PI
Ten guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner tonightyat the
A.ip1a Omicronh Pi sorority. Reci
T"lips and tapers are to compose the
decorative scheme.
DELTA ZETA
A rushing dinner was held last
night at Delta Zeta sorority. Eliza-
beth Hurd, '33, was assisted iutheI
p:lans for the affair, which was at
crystal-gazing party.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Five guests will be entertained at
a buffet rushing dinner tonight at
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
KAPPA DELTA
Elections of new Kappa Delta of-
ficers were held recently, and the
incoming officers will be installed next
week. Those chosen are: president,

Greta Wessborg, '35; secre
garet Cole, '34; treasure
McIntosh, '34; assistant
Helen Rankin. '36. w
CHI OMEGA
Chi Omega announces
ing of Katherine Yaw,
Smith, Ark,

THEY'RE NEW
AND KNI*TTED!
Some dresses with riovabl
capes . . . and others plin.

Formerly up to 40.50
Now $2.95
All Spring Shades.

THE RUBLEY sHo-
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There are certain style trends that
seem to go the same direction for
both sexes, at least according to the
Fashion show given Wednesday at
the League that, in displaying fash- j
i ions for both men and women, gave
a good opportunity for comparison.
For comfort's sake the men have
adop5ted the short mess jacket for
evening wear and the white formal
dinner coat. Of course the mess
jacket was such a good idea that wo-
men have adoptea it too. Such a
one in striped taffeta set off a crepe
formal of inaugural blue to perfec-
tion.
Speaking about stripes, if the fad
keeps up it will take on some of the
attributes of a contest to see who can
wear the most. Men at least confine
.tiipes and checks to the field of
sports. We liked a brilliantly striped
zegimental tie shown with one sports
suit, while a wide checked belted
sports coat managed too escape the
Slightest suggestion of being flashy.
Still the wide vivid stripes on a shawl
like drape on a white formal designed
by Schiaparelli gives the honors for
the most extended use to women.
Grey and brown are the two out-

the pledg-
'36, Fort

standing colors that are of primary
importance in both fashion worlds.
Grey flannel trousers with a light
tan tweed coat was a good looking
sports model shown for men, and is
reminiscent of the grey and brown
combination that has been, and still.
is, so popular among women. Grey
especially is one shade that plays an
important part, for men in sport and,
business dress and for women most-
ly anytime.
I here To Go.

MAY FESTIVAL
4 Duys -May 1i7,18, 19, 20,j'33--6Concerts
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT
{ Revised March 25 )
Earl V. Moore............ . . . . Musical Director
Frederick Stock...... . Orchestra Conductor
Howard Hanson ............... Guest Conductor
Eric DeLamarter ............ Assistant Conductor
Juva Higbee ....Young People's Conductor
NiNA KOSHETZ..............Soprano
Russian Operatic Prima Donna
GRETE STUECKGOLD.........Soprano
Prima Donna, Metropolitan Opera Company
LEONORA CORONA. . . ..Soprano
Prima Donna, Metropolitan Opera Company
ROSE BAMPTON ........... . Contralto
Rising Star, Metropolitan Opera Company
FREDERICK JAGEL ..... . . . . . . . . Tenor
Metropolitan Opera Company
JOHN CHARLES THOMAS..... . Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company

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Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Tl
Bitter TeaOfGeneral Yen"; M
jestic, "Wild Horse Mesa"; Wuert
"Central Park."
Plays: "The Dybbuk," 8:30 p. r
Laboratory Theatre; "Everyman
8:15 p. m., Saint Andrews Church.
Lectures: Count Sforza on "Dict
tors in Europe," 4:15 p. m., Lyd
Mendelssohn Theatre; Dr. W.L.t
Joery on "The New Era of Polar E
ploration and Research Since 1925
4:15, Natural Science Auditorium.

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DANCING

.he -L.-
h, THERE IS A BIRTHDAY TODAY!
m., Have You Forgo/ten?
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a- FLOWERS CARRY YOUR MESSAGE
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GARDEN''L"IAS
Choice Large Blooms - No Seconds
ROSES - All Fresh Cut - They last
THE UNIVERSITY FLOWER SHOP, INC.
Phone 9055 606 East Liberty St.
The University Flower Shop, Inc., 606 East Liberty St.,
have the choicest assortment of cut bloorns to be found
in the city and at prices of today.
THEY GROW THEIR OWN
Deliveries to all parts of the Civilized Worldt
at No Extra Cost other than the wire.
MEMBER OF THE FLORIST'S TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION--
Flowers wired anywhere any time.

THE FRIARS ORCHESTRA will give an OPEN DANCE
FRIDAY, MAR. 31, From 9:30 Until 1:30
Minimum Charge of 75c PER COUPLE includes Excellent Food.
at
Ann Arbor's Largess; Restaurant - Established 1899
Druckinbrod's Victors at the regular Sat. night dance, 9:30-12:30
Minimum Charge REDUCED TO 75c PER COUPLE
Dancing during Dinner Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights, 6:00-7:30

CHASE BAROMEO.......... .
Chicago Civic Opera Company

... Bass

JASCHA HEIFETZ ............ Violinist
World Renown Virtuoso
GUY MAIER .......... . .. .Pianist
LEE PATTISON ...............Pianist
Distinguished Two-Piano Recitalists
PALMER CHRISTIAN ...........Organist
Distinguished American Performer
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION 300 Voices
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. 70 Players
YOUNG PEOPLE'S FESTIVAL CHORUS .400 Voices
World premiere in concert form, of "MERRY MOUNT"
Conducted by the composer Howard Hanson
"BELSHAZZAR'S FEAST",.,....... William Walton
"SPRING RAPTURE" . . ..... . . Harvey Gaul
Season Tickets $6.00, $7.00, $8.00 (if Festival coupon is
enclosed deduct $3.00). Orders by mail will be sent out
about May 1, at purchaser's risks unless fee of 18c is
enclosed for registration.

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CHARLES A.
School of Music*

SINK, Prsidenk,
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Keep an extra supply on hand in the ice box for these spring days.
And in the office- a five-gallon bottle with cooler equipment.
We can also supply you with chemically pure distilled water.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.

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MEAT PLAYS A LARGE PART
IN YOUR MEAL.. .

KRAFT'S SALAD DRESSING
Full Quart Size.
HEINZ PORK AND BEANS
One Pound Nine Ounce Size ..

25C
25C

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CHICK AND CROSS CENTER BRICKS
Easter Bunnies, Baskets filled with Easter Eggs, Easter Lilies
Eg,, Rabbit & Cupid, Chick in Egg, Easter Bunny in Auto
This variety of eggs, bunnies, lillies and bricks have been
moulded from pure delicious McDonald's Ice Cream and will
add sheer joy to a clever Easter dinner.
TRY THIS SPECIAL:
Fresh Banana - Orange Sherbet - Caramel Nut
We accept Ann Arbor Trade Dollars

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They're dejicious because they came from the
Wesi Side airy ...
FRESH BUTTERMILK and
RICH COTTAGE CHEESE

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Soft Hats for Sports wear.
Clever Straws and Straw
combinations.

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