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WAGEI SIX

THE MICHIGA N DAILY-

SUNDAY, MAYi 21, 1933

SCAMPUS SOCET

New Chairmen
For 1934 J.G.P.
Are Announeed
General Chairman Names
Four New Appointments
To Central Committee
Appointments for the central com-
m ttee of 1934 Junior Girls Play
were announced yesterday by Bar-
bara Sutherland, general chairman.
The women chosen to head the vari-
ous committees are Sue Calcutt, cos-
tumes; Maxine Maynard, music;
Marie Metzger, ushers; and Marie
Murphy, publicity.,
The general committee, which was
elected . by the sophomore women
March 30, consists of .Vfiss Suther-
land, Ann Osborn, .assistant chair-
man; Kilda Kirby, finance; Virginia
Cluff, properties; and. Nan Diebel.
The-chairman of the dance commit-
tee has not yet l eerj selected.,.
The committee chairmen will meet
Tuesday in the League to make the
first plans for next year's play. There
will, be a general meeting of all the
sophomore women this week to dis-
cuss the writing of the Junior Girls
Play, Miss Sutherland said; Manu-
scripts will be submitted for selec-
tion 'in the fall.
The first Junior .Girls Play was
held in 1903, as: a small production
in honor of the women of the senior
class. It has since grown to be one
of the most colorful and profession-
ally handled traditions of the cam-
pus. It is almost entirely the work
of the women of this class, for the
plot, dialogue, costumes, music, set-
tings, dance arrangements, and sdi-
rection of choruses are in their
hands.
Pruininent Woman,
Visits Speech Club
Mrs. Mary Kent-Miller Tennant,
national officer of Zeta Phi Eta, is
visiting the Michigan chapter of the
speech arts sorority this week. Mrs.
Tennant, now a resident of Brook-
lyn Heights, N. Y., graduated from
Michigan in the class of '27. She
was active on campus, and held
many offices, including the presi-
dency of the Girls Glee Club and the
presidency of the now defunct Portia
Literary Society.

Three Advance Samples Of

Summer

Styles

Festival Play
To Draw Laroe
Opening Crowd
Dinner Parties Precede
Initial Performance Of
1933 Dramatic Season
Many parties are being planned for
the gala opening of the 1933 Dra-
matic Season tomorrow night when
Rose Franken's successful play,
"Another Language" will be given
j in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Gor-
don Mendelssohn, of Bloomfield
Hills, through whose generosity the
theatre was endowed, will be in Mon-
day evening's audience with a dinner
party of 10 guests. His guest of
honor will be Miss Violet Heming,
who opens in the second production
of the Dramatic Season, "Springtime
for Henry," Miss Rose Robart and
Robert Loraine will also be in Mon-
day night's audience. 4
Mrs. Dean W. Myers will have as
her guests Gov. William A. Comstock
and Mrs., Comstock and President
Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs.
Ruthven. Among the other first-
nighters will be Dean J. A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Dr. R. D. McKen-
zie and Mrs. McKenzie, Dr. Barbara
Bartlett, Prof. Arthur Hackett and
Mrs. Hackett, Prof. Earl V. Moore
and Mrs. Moore, Prof. Palmer Chris-
tian and Mrs. Christian, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Miss Ethel McCormick, Prof.
Charles Wagner and Mrs. Wagner.
Prof. John Worley and Mrs. Worley,
j Prof. Fielding H. Yost and Mrs.
Yost, Prof. Arthur Aiton and Mrs.
Aiton.
.Others attending the premiere are
Miss Della McCallum of the Lawyers
Club, Mrs. Gerrit J. Diekema, Prof.
Arthur Cross, Miss Edith Barbard of
Alumnae House, Miss Margaret
Smith of Martha Cook, Miss Alta
Atkinson of the League, Dean J. B.
Edmonson and Mrs. Edmonson,
Dean S. T. Dana and Mrs. Dana,
Prof. Albert Lockwood. Prof. Louis
Strauss, Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof.
J. R. Sharfman and Mrs. Sharfman,
Prof. Alfred White and Mrs. White,
Prof. Charles Vibbert and Mrs. Vib-
bert, Prof. Louis Eich and Mrs. Eich,
and Prof. Waldo Abbott and Mrs.
Abbott.
Dr. Theophile Raphael and Mrs.
Raphael, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Shaw, Miss Dorothy Ogborn, Mrs.
Beach Conger, Rev. Frederick B.
Fisher, and Mrs. Fisher will also
be in Monday night's audience.

eNumbers In Faculty
Where To Go
Lessons Increases
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Elmer Over 35 members of the faculty
the Great," and Henry Santrey and have joined the class in tango danc-
Orchestra; Majestic, "Central Air-
port;" Wuerth, "Call Her Savage." ing held at 7:30 p. m. every Thurs-
Dramatic Season : "Another Lan-( day in the ballroom of the League,
guage," Monday, 8:15 p. m., Lydia according to Miss Ethel McCormick,
Mendelssohn Theatre. 4 social director of the League.
Lecture: Prof. Max S. Handman, This Thursday's class will mark
"Life In Economics," 7 p. m., Wesley the fourth lesson in a series of six.
Hall. Some fox-trot and waltz dancing is
Exhibitions: A variety of works by also taught under the direction of
members of the faculty of the Archi- Roland Fulton, Miss McCormick, and
tecture College, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., Miss Emily White of the women's
Architecture Building, physical education department.

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The fashion experts say these costumes will be smart for summer. At the left Una Merkel of the films
wears an afternoon frock with a tiny blue check against a white background, with blue net gloves and
open-work design on the pumps to carry out the checked effect. A wide brimmed hat with a rosette of
beige lace at the front is worn by Elizabeth Allan (center), and at 'the right she is shown in a dinner cos-
tume, with hat of black crystal straw with white hyacinths banked across the back. Her gown is of black
chiffon.

A "steol" from bonny Scotland,
this new "Kiltie" Tie. And the
"Boardwalk" will be your most be-
loved shoe. Both in WHITE Pigskin,
with a multitude of perforations,
and smart Continentalleather heel,
CONNiE'S show you hQw to be
smart on a shoestring allowoncel
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Houses Entertain Many Guests
For Week-End; Honor Seniors

Sorority women have spent one of
their last weekends of gayety before
the coming of finals. Many have de-
voted this last bit of spare time to
entertaining friends from out of
town, while other houses have enter-
tained their seniors at various func-
tions.'
GAMMA PHI BETA

honor its seniors today at a dinner.
Bouquets of spring flowers will dec-
orate the table. The tradition of pre-
senting a gift to the graduation class
will be carried out.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Alpha Delta Pi sorority is enter-
taining Mrs. Don Williams, of Wads-
worth, O., and Miss Frances Mac-

week-end. The sorority will give a
guest dinner today. Besides the vis-
itors at the house, Kenneth Myers, of
Sarnia, and Don Williams, of Wads-
worth, will attend. The color scheme
for the dinner will be carried out in
blue and white.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Terry Fiske, '33, Jane Fecheimer,
'33, and Ruth Cohn, '34, are spend-
ing the week-end in Detroit. Beverly
Stark, '33, is visiting in Cleveland.
SIGMA KAPPA
Miss June Urquhart, of Detroit, is
a guest of Sigma Kappa sorority this
week-end.

JACOBSON'S
The Smartest Shop on the Campus

Gamma Phi Beta sorority will j Namara, of Sarnia, Ont,, over the

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