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Tap, WalItz, ANd Singing
Features Will Perform
On Outdoor Balcony
Final selections of entertainment
features for the Freshman Lantern
Dance May 27 at the League have
been made, according to Margaret
Ballard, '36, chairman of entertain-
ment. There will be a singing chorus
under the direction of Mary Ann
Mathewson, '34; a waltz chorus led
by Jane Fletcher, '36, and a tap
The central committee plans to
present these features at various in-
tervals during the intermissions on
the balcony overlooking the League
garden. Refreshments will be served
there at the same time. The waltz
chorus will be accompanied by Betty
Bell on the harp. The chorus is
made up of three couples: Jane
Fletcher, director and Joyce Black;
Margaret Cowie aid Dolores Chat-
ard, Grace Bartling and either Vir-
ginia Morgan or Ernestine Richter.
The following girls make up the
tap chorus: Josephine McLean, Ger-
trude Penhale, Normal McIntosh,
Rosemary Klug, Wilma Kinney, Jean
Shaw, Margaret Connellan, Ruth
Caulkins, and Helen Rankin.
Miss Mathewson, feminine lead in
Junior Girls Play, will direct and
also acconipany the singing chorus.
Miss Ballard was quoted as saying,
"We greatly appreciate the help of
Miss Mathewson who, although not
a freshman, is willing to give her
time to our class activity,"
About 25 girls will sing in a threc-
part arrangement of popular pieces.
Among them are Betty Scherling,
Betty Nicol, Jean Laitner, Betty
Rich, Winifred Bell, Catherine Stitt,
Laura Zimmerman, Eudora Fraze,
Helen White, Patricia Kelly, Ade-
laide Crowell, Dorothy Mittelsteadt,
and Margaret Bryan.
Others are Ruth Lavender, Elea-
nor Young, Katherine McIntyre,
Hazel Hanlon, Ruth Sonnanstine,
Margaret Hiscock, Louise Stone,
Frances Carney, Helen Houck, Wini-
fred Trebilcock, and Katherine Hall.
Fraternities Elect New
Officers; Hold Initiations
Several fraternities have held ini-
tiations lately, in addition to the an-
nual election of officers.
Kappa Sigma recently elected A.
E. Boy, '34, president; Edwin Sheld-
r i c k, '35, vice-president; Ralph
O'Hara, '34, grand master of cere-
monies; and Edward F. Andrews, '35,
The 75h anniversary of the found-
ing of the local chapter of Zeta Psi
will be .celebrated this week-end. The
house will entertain its alumni,
among whom will be Gov. William
A. Comstock. Governor Comstock
will speak at the anniversary banquet
Wagar Glas, '36, Robert McElwain,
'35L, and Russell Johnson, '35, were
initiated into Delta Chi last night.
Social Colendar -For Sororities
Is Well Filled This Week-End
Pint org'iiie Seenl)
Activities for sororities will be
much varied this weec-em. Al-
thoufh the usual round of spring
formal dances predominate, teas,
steak roasts and parents' house par-
ties are also on the calendar.
APHA GAMMA DELTA
The members of Alpha Gamma
Delta will hold their spring informal
at the Union. Pete Blomquist and
hi; orchestra will play. Chaperons
will be. Miss Agnes Barker and Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Marckwardt.
Julia Rise:, national inspector, of
Birmingham, Ala., will be ,a week-
ALPHA OMICRONN 1
Mrs. A. D. Welsh, of Port Huron.
1 will be a week-end guest. Helen
Gray, '34, Florence Brady, '33, and
Stella Glass, '35, will spend the
week-end in Romeo.
HAPPA KAPPA GAM A
The membeis of Kappa Kappa
Gamma will hold their spring formal
tonight, for which Max Gail and
his orchestra will provide the music.
The chaperons selected for the dance
are Mrs. L. C. Doggett, Mr. and Mrs,
William Walz, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Buchanan. Spring flowers
will decorate the house.
Barnette Bradley, '32, of Chicago,
will be a guest of the members of
the sorority this week-end.
Deonore Snyder, '33, of Grand
Rapids, announced her engagement
Offcers; (ive Teas
Adelia Cheever and Helen New-,
berry residences recently held elec-
tion of officers. Hillel Foundation'
entertained at a tea recently.
The members of Adelia Cheever
Residence recently elected their offi-
cers for the coming year. They are:'
president, Edith Davis, '34; vice-
president, Maryetta Roop, '34; and
secretary-treasurer, Isabelle McKel-
Mrs. H. G. Wilson, of St. Joseph,
has been a guest of Alumnae House.
HELEN NEWBEBRY RESIDENCE
Ada Blackman, '34, president of
Helen Newberry Residence, appoint-
ed the following committee chair-
men: social, Betty Browne, '34; li-
brary, Helen Clark, '35; music, Helen,
Schwartz, '35; scholarship, Harriet
Spiess, '35; faculty, Elsa Van Slyke,
'35; publicity, Marjorie Western, '35;
tea, Helen Knight, '34; athletic,
Gertrude Walker, '36; fire, Kathar-
ine Choate, '36; and kitchenette,
Dorothy MacLaren, '36.
A tea was held yesterday afternoon
from 4 to 6 p. m. at the Hillel Foun-
dation. Mrs. Joseph Sanders, of De-
troit, poured. She was assisted by
Miss Marian Sanders, also of De-
PI BETA P Il
Ted Kopke's orchestra will play
at the Pi Beta Phi spring formal to
.be held at the chapter house tonight.
The decoration scheme will be car-
ried out with lilacs.
Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
Otto W. Haisley, Mrs. Elsie M. Haus-
wald, and Mr.. and Mrs. Theodore
to John White, Grad., of Sopkane,
Wash., at a dinner at Kappa Delta
Thiursday night. The members of
the sorority held a serenade for her
later. Table decorations consisted
of lilacs and yellow tapers.
The active members of Kappa
Delta will hold initiation this after-
noon for Grace Bartling, '36, of Chi-
ZETA TAIU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha pledges will en-
tertain active and alumnae members
at a tea this afternoon. Mrs. Donald
McDonald will preside at the tea
table, which will be decorated with
yellow daisies, lavendar sweet peas,
and yellow tapers. Betty Forster, '36.
is in charge of the tea.
The active members will also be
entertained by a steak roast to be
held at the Island tomorrow morn-
ing. Evelyn McManus, '35, will be
in charge of the affair.
Helen Gerard, '30, of Marian, Ind.,
has been a guest of the sorority.
The members of Collegiate Sorosis
are entertaining honor of their
mothers this week-end. A buffet
luncheon this afternoon will be fol-
lowed by bridge. In the evening the
guests will attend the May Festival.
Those expected to visit the chap-
ter house are Mrs. Kenneth Laub,
Mrs. Joy Miller, both of Grosse Ile;
Mrs. P. A. Paot and Mrs. H. R. Al-
len, of Battle Creek; Mrs. John Mc-
Lean and Mrs. Charles Kanter, of
Detroit; Mrs. William Hutchinson,
of Birmingham; Mrs. Steven Mason,
of Grosse Pointe; Mrs. H. M. Fran-
cin, of Lapeer; Mrs. E. W. Edmonds,
of Ann Arbor; Mrs. R. D. Windham,
of Port Huron; Mrs. George Gilkey,
Miss Anne Gilkey, and Mrs. C. J.
Woodhams, all of Plainwell.
Tomorrow several additional guests
will attend tea. Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hamer,
both of Grosse Pointe; Mr. and Mrs.
Howells Beagle, of Detroit; Mr. and
Mrs. George Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
gar Durfee, and Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Wheeler, all of Ann Arbor, are also
expected to be present.
Barney Rapp Plays To
Large Crowd At League
A large crowd attended the dance
given last night at the League by
Barney Rapp and His New England-
ers, well-known radio orchestra.
The 15-piece orchestra featured
Eddie Ryan, Buddy Welcome, and
Samuel Levine as vocalists. The
band, which played at the Book
Cadillac Hotel during the winter and
broadcast three times daily over
radio station WJR, will appear this
summer at Boston. They recently
finished an engagemnt at the Brown
Hotel, Louisville, Ky., where they
played for the races.
One of the features of the May
Festival season will be the luncheon
given by the School of Music Alumni
Association today at the League.
The luncheon is given during the
time that the Festival is going on
so that as many members of the
alumni may attend as possible, ac-
cording to Mrs. J. B. Schoenfleld,
president of the association. At this
-Associated P'ress Photo
Bright blue belt and bandingtcarry
out the blue print of this charming
organdie frock displayed at a recent
fashion show in Philadelphia.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
White Sister;" Majestic, "Central
Airport;" Wuerth, "Haunted Gold."
May Festival: Guy Maier and Lee
Pa ttison, pianists, Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, Frederick Stock, conduc-
tor, 2:15 p. m.; World premiere of
"Merry Mount," Howard Hanson,
conductor and composer, 8:15 p. m.,
E:hibitions: A variety of works by
the members of the faculty of the
architecture college, 9 a. m. to 5
p. m., Architecture Building; Exhibi-
tion of students' work under the di-
rection of Prof. Avard Fairbanks, in
the League; Exhibition of Interna-
tional Water Colors, 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
Alumni Memorial Hall.
Dancing: Union Ballroom; League
time many of the
be presented to
Charles A. Sink,
School of Music.
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