THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Hold Dance
Colorful Booths To Offer
Large Variety Of Clever
ud At Ani ua Affair
gay crowds will throng on to the
dance floor and among the colorful
booths Saturday night to join in the
fun when the Penny Carnival opens
in Barbour Gymnasium. Booths of
every kind will line the floor-jig-
sawr puzzles, (root) beer garden, pop-
corn, balloons, and many others.
Dancing is to take place in the
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, upstairs,
with music by Simpson's Detroiters,
for which a small fee will be charged.
Additional entertainment features
will be announced from the runway
of Barbour Gymnasium a few mo-
ments before they are to go on.
Prof. Waldo Abbott and Prof. Ar-
thdr L. Cross are to assist dean Alice
Lloyd in selecting the most original
booth. The judges will make their
tour of the booths at 5 p. m. after
the inspection committee has com-
pleted its work. All booth decora-
tions must be in readiness by 4:30
p. m.. Marjorie Oostdyk, '35, chair-
man of the booths, announced yes-
Beatrice DeVine, '35, finance chair-
man, has arranged a system of
change booths where money may be
exchanged for one-cent carnival
tickets. These tickets will be ac-
cepted anywhere for the products of
the booths and for dancing. No coins
will be accepted.
To Entertain Today
Martha Cook and Mosher-Jordan
halls will be the hostesses for enter-
tainments to be given today.
Mrs. Ruben Kahn and Mrs. W. E.
orsythe will pour at the weekly tea
to be given at Mosher Hall this aft-
ernoon. Polly Walker, '33, chairman,
will be assisted by Louise Krause,
'35M, Bett&Davis, '36, Louise Cran-
dall, '34, Anne Bartkus, '34, Bertha
Aratthews, '34, Dorothy Goldsmith,
'?5, Anngele Mondschein, '34, and
Patricia Kelly, '36.
Martha Cook will entertain today
at a dinner for the president and
vice-presidents of the University and
their wvives. The guests of honor will
be President Alxander 0. Ruthven
and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-Pkresident
Shirley W. Smith and Mrs. Smith,
Ylce-President Clarence S. Yoakum
and Mrs. Yoakum. Vice-President
James D, Bruce and Mrs. Bruce, Reg-
istrar Ira M. Smith and Mrs. Smith,
Mr and Mrs. Delos Parker Heath,
aEd Mr. and Mrs. Stuart G. Baits.
Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Baits, and Mrs.
Bruce are members of the board of
dbvernors of Martha Cook Building.
Music will be furnished before din-
ner by Bva Johnson, '34. A string
trio composed of Maria Kalaw, Grad.,
Florence Reed, '33, and Lucy Wads-
worth, '33, will play.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Today
We Live"; Majestic, "King Kong";
Wuerth, "Island of Lost Souls"; Art
'C~iema League presents "The Diary
of a Revolutionist," 8:15 p. i., Lydia
Mefdelssohn Thea re.
Dramatic Production: The Cercel
Francais presents "Le Bourgeqis
Gei' tilhomme,' 8:15 p. m., Labora-
Spring Parley: Economic problems
and trends will be the subJect of the
discussions, 7 p. in, League.
Recital: Marjorie M Cluny, so-
prano, 8:15 p. in., School of Music
Dancing: League Grill,
MARTHA COOK BUILDING
Sixteen womcn from Martha Cook
and five from Betsy Barbour will at-
fend "Green Pastures" this week at
tle Cass Theatre in Detroit. They
will be accompanied by Mrs. Leona
M. Diekema, director of Betsy Bar-
bour, and Miss Margaret Ruth Smith
social director of Martha Cook.
By ELEANOR BLU
With the new craze for
the Outing Club adds ano
sion to its already varied p
keeping up with the sports
Desiring to have a dii
every sports activity and
able to buy enough bicyc
around, the club has arra
Russell Reed to rent then
at the rate of 30 cents fol
hour, 20 cents for the se
10 cents for the third,i
should last that long.
This is just one of t
phases to the spring sport
that already includes
horseback riding, golf. au
Trails are now being la
hiking, according to Mis
mick. A committee under
tion of A. L. Klaer went
Saturday for the purpose
over possibilities for su
When the survey is comp
planned that maps of the
be made and distributed tc
of the club. Groups may th
the paths much as they
serve a room at the League
Alpha Gamma Dc
b Plans lIensified Freshmen To
Of Spring Activities Put On Lantern
im that group will not be disturbed Dance lay 27
either in their hiking, or when they
ther divi-s fo a meal Miss McCormick
rr stop 0,sof "Freshman Lantern Dance" is be
osaid. Each of these trails will have
' times. ms be the name of the activity which
viio frsome convenient spot where the
vision for hikers may stop and prepare a meal. the freshman women will put on
,les to go This is not altogether a new thing from 9 to 12 p. m. on May 27 in the
nged with with the club, as they have already League Building, according to an an-
n bicycles had four parties at the Sylvan nouncement by the central commit-
r the first Estates and several at Highland , tee yesterday. A unique feature of
cond and Lake. Starting with a small group, the affair is that it is to be a "girl's
if anyone the number has now increased to 78 date night," one of the few times
picked members with about an even when the women on the campus in-
he newer number of men and women. vite the men and pay the bill.
s program It' was started by representatives Although plans have not been defi-
canoeing, of the different church groups, and nitely completed, part of the eve-
id hiking. by instructors in the physical edu- Ining's entertainment will be dancing
id out for cation department. They were Mr. in the ballroom of the League. The
s IcCor- Klaer, of the Presbyterian Church, affair is to be a spring formal. Indi-
the direc- the Reverend Edward W. Blakeman, vidual talent in the form of singing,
t out last of the Methodist Church, Miss aesthetic or tap dancing, or music,
of looking Cristy of the Episcopal Church, Miss will be presented sometime during
ch trails. Marie Hartwig of the women's physi- the evening. Tryouts for these things
leted it is cal education department, Miss Mc- j among Freshman women will be held
trails will Cormiick of the League, and Walter from 4 to 6 p. m. on Monday, May 1,
o menbers J. Webster of the physical education in the ballroom of the League. Any
ien reserve department. The idea was that the j freshman may try out.
would re- outdoor club would co-operate in Contrary to the custom of former
, and then
giving students the chance to make freshman women's activities which
use of the facilities offered them. It have cost much money but never
has sponsored the activities of the made any, the proceeds from the
group and has made it possible for "Freshman Lantern Dance" will be
them to take up any sport at the put in the Undergraduate Fund of
least possible expense. the League.
League Hosiery Shop
Announcements of pledging, fac-
ulty dinners, are among today's items
in the sorority news.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
The members of Alpha Gamma
Delta will entertain at dinner tonight
in honor of Prof. Walter B. Ford and
Mrs. Ford, and Prof. Werner E.
Bachmann and Mrs. Bachmann.
Eileen Lautzenhiser, Spec., will
carry out the decorative scheme with
daffodils and ivory tapers.
ALPHA XI DELTA
The members of Alpha Xi Delta
wish to announce the pledging of
Elizabeth Davis, '36, Alzerton, 0.;
Margaret Hewett, '34, Sault Ste.
Marie; Ruth Hoefer, '35, Kenosha,
Wis, and Elizabeth Maddox, '36;
. 'c indale , Mich.
Mrs. Hugh Keller entertained the
10 members of Alpha Xi Delta. high-
est scholastically, at a theatre party.
The women saw "Juniors 'n Parade."
Four guests will be entertained at
a rushing dinner tonight at the
Kappa Delta sorority. The decora-
tion scheme will be carried out with
spring flowers and tapers.
Elsie Stafford of Detroit was the
guest of the members of Kappa Delta
Pill SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Harriet
Jacobs, '36, Lorraine; 0.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Several women were entertained'
at a "rushing, dinner last night by
the members of Zeta Tau Alpha sor -
ority. A color scheme of yellow, or -
ange and black distinguished the1
decorations planned by Anna Knight,
'34. Roses, sweet peas, and black
tapers were used.
Student Fellowship rCub
To Give Church Dance,
The Student Fellowship Club of the
Congregational Church will give a
dance from 9 p. m. to f tomorrow
night in the church parlors, it has
bcen announced by Lester Hauck, '33,
president of the fellowship.I
The chaperon will be Mrs. A. D.
Tinker, director of student activities
of Pilgrim Hall. A good orchestra,
has been signed, according to Houck,.
who predicts "the affair will be high-
ly successful. The social committee
have invited any students interested
to attend. Admission will be 25 cents.
Co-Eds, Nurses, Office Girls, today and
in your own distinctive shop in the
League Building, you'll discover these $1
SLIPS .. . bias cut, of fine silk crepe,
and trimmed with lovely laces.
BLOUSES . .. new wash cottons: plaids,
checks, dots, or plain white.
HOSIERY .. beautiful sheer chiffons,
oil new spring colors. 2 pairs for
Campus Headquarters for Phoenix Hosiery
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Refreshment and Saturday Night Dancing
Regular Soda Fountain Prices
75c Per Couple Minimunm Food Charge for Dancers
AL COWAN AND HIS BAND
Telephone 23251 for Your Table Reservation
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