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Choose Author
Of 1934 Junior
Grls Play Boo
Jean Keller, '35, Writer
Of Winning Manuscript,
Committee Announces
Jean. Keller, '35, is author of the
manuscript chosen for the 1934 Jun-
ior Girls Play, it was announced yes-
terday by the manuscript commit-
All the manuscripts submitted were
cleverly composed, according to Bar-
bara Sutherland, central chairman of
the play, but Miss Keller's "showed
exceptional knowledge of stagecraft
and dialogue technique."
"We' found unusual playwriting
ability in Miss Keller's entry," Miss
Sutherland said. The title and theme
will not be announced until final ap
proval has been secured from Prof.
Herbert Kenyon of the Spanish de-
partment, literary advisor,pand Rus-
sell McCracken, director.
Miss Keller is an experienced de-
signer and dramatist. Several of her
designs and bookplates have been ex-
hibited in the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, and at Wheaton College she
was student assistant to the dramatic
director. Her educational background
has been varied; she studied at Tours,
France, and in New York City, as
well as attending Wheaton College.
Guest Lists Of
Saturday Night
Parties La r oe
Hundreds entertained at formal
and informal parties Satrday night.
?Kappa Nu
Among the out-of-town guests who
attended the Itappa Nu fraternity
pledge formal Saturday night were:
the Misses Beatrice Rosen and Ruth
Becker, Cleveland, 0.; Lucille Rab-
inowitz, New York City; Bernice
Goldman, Betty Saloshin, Anne Dorb,
Muriel Frank, Peggy Fink, Miriam
Carver, Maxine Geiger, Phyllis Rick-
Phi Mu Alpha
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Horn-
berger and Otto Stahl chaperoned
the informal party given by Phi Mu
\Alpha fraternity last night.
Out-of'-town guests included the
Misses Billie Perkins, Flint; Julia
Klooster, Jackson; Mariona Ager,
Ann Arbor; Marion Coventry, Pon-
tiac; Chrystol Miles, Ionia; Ruth
Barnesm, Ithaca; Eileen Wisenburg,
Owosso; Marjory Moll, Pontiac; Vir-
ginia Bacon, Chagrin Falls, O.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Narin, Pontiac.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Guests who attendedthe pledge
formal at the Pi Kappa Alpha fra-
ternity were: Helen Mary Nyland, 36,
Yvonne Watson, '34, Lucille Wright,
'35, Marjorie Morrison, '36, Shirley
Verner, '35, Florence Schenk, '37,
Jean Hatfield, '37, the Misses Gladys
Schroeder and Virginia Baker, De-
troit; Amy Jane Salmans, Detroit;
Helene Densmore, Grand Rapids;
Mary Brough, Howell; Maxine Lu-
cas, Elyria, O.; and Dorothy Miller,
Howe, Ind.
Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity enter-
tained the following guests at an
informal dance Friday night: Philis
Price, '36, Betty Servis, '37, Elise
Mayer, '37, Betty Sinclair, '36, Jane
Fletcher, '36, Bertha Mathews, '34,
Ginny Morgan, '35, Helen Cook,

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Writes 1934 J.G-P.

Panhellenic Ball
Unique Favors
Tickets For Ball To Be
Held Dec. 1 Going Fast,
Sponsors Say
Favors and programs for the Pan-
hellenic Ball to be held Dec. 1 in the
League Ballroom have been selected
by the committee under the chair-
manship of Nan Diebel, '35.
The favors, Miss Diebel said, will be
metal bookmarks disc-shaped, on
which the programs will be mounted.
They are blue in color.
Tickets for the Ball are selling
rapidly at the League desk and from
committee members, according to
Jane Brucker, '35, chairman of tickets
Dick Fidler and his orchestra, re-
cently from Lotus Gardens in Cleve-
land, O., and prominent entertainers
over the National Broadcasting Net-
work, are proving a strong drawing
card, Betty Spray, '35, chairman of
the ball, stated.
A few revisions in the general com-
mittee have been made since the
original announcement. Miss Diebel
has been changed from tickets chair-
man to chairman of programs, and
Mary Savage, '35, has been appointed
chairman of publicity.


St. Joseph Nurses1
To Give Fall Prom
More than 100 couples will dance
next Wednesday night to the music
of Reed Pierce's 10-piece band at the
Annual Fall Prom of the nurses of
St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, it was
announced today by Jo Anne Gre-
goire, senior, chairman of the ball.
The dance will be held in the hos-
pital auditorium and will be chap-
eroned by Dr. and Mrs. Theophile
Kingman, Dr. and Mrs. I. D. Loree,
Dr. James Maxwell, and Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Belser.
The Graduate Outing Club is hav-
ing a dinner hike today. All graduate
students who are interested are re-
quested to meet the group at 10 a. m.
in front of Angell Hall to hike out
to the Boy Scout Cabin in Wash-

Nothing inaugurates the fall and3
winter social season like a big formal
dance, and really everyone of note
was present at the Union Formal
Friday night.
Virginia Roberts 4ppeared in a
gorgeous chartreuse satin trimmed
with dark brown. Smiling Margaret
Hiscock, who has continued the name
she made for herself as a freshman
leader, was lovely in white crepe,
and Madeleine Coe chose white satin
with a rather high collar, trimming
her gown with rhinestones.
Eleanor Wasey's slim height was
prettily accentuated by a white satin
gown with a harness back, and Doro-
thy White chose burnt orange. Red
velvet was the material for the sim-
ple, ultra-smart gown worn by Myrtle
Cooper, and the red motif was fur-
ther carried out ,by Harriet Hatha-
way, who wore brick-red crinkle
Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping, wife of
the general secretary of the Alumni
Association, chose a dignified gown
of red crepe with long sleeves and a

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'high neckline. Betty Aigler's white
velvet was lent a striking touch by
its long sleeves, and Betty Spray,
chairman of the coming Panhellenic
Ball, wore a stunning white gown
trimmed in brown fur and notewor-
thy for its smart square-cut back.
Marie Abbot wore black satin, and
Jacqueline Navran, principal in last
year's Junior Girls Play, chose black
velvet spangled with brilliants. Betty
Bergener wore white satin with in-
teresting green cameos adorning it,
and Catharine McHenry, Kappa
president and women's business man-
ager of The Daily, chose flowered
blue taffeta.
Delta Tau Delta fraternity was
host to a group of prominent cam-
pus men and women before the
dance, for Richard Shoupe, co-chair-
man of the dance, is a "Delt." Among
the most prominent present at the
three long tables were Nancy Stack-
house, who chose peach satin; Geor-
giana Karlson, who led the ball with.
Shoupe, and who wore pebbled pink
crepe trimmed with crystals.

Adelia Cheever House entertainE
yesterday afternoon after the gamr
Among the guests who' attended t]
open-house were: Miss Marie Ande
son, Sebewaing; Miss Suzanne Zei
lin, Detroit; Mrs. Grace Graf, D
troit; William Arthur Collett, D
troit; Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Dav
and Elizabeth Davis, Saginaw; Mr
Frances Johnson, Saginavo; Elm(
Anderson, Bay City; Leland GeoffrE
and Clifford Anderson, Green Ba
Wis.; Miss Harriet Gillesby and Joh
Gillesby, Decatur; Mr. and Mi
Chester M. Howell, Saginaw.
Miss Christine Steen, acting d
rector, poured. Isabelle McKellar, '3
acted as chairman.
Dorothy Batchelor, '34, was
charge of the open-house tea
Betsy Barbour House after the gan
yesterday. Vivian Vischer, '35, poure

Dance to Carrol Briggs Music at

Jean Keller, '35, who turned in the
winning manuscript for this year's
Junior Girls' Play. Miss Keller is a
Delta Gamma.

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Freshmen Plan
For pen- ouRse
Twenty freshmen in the dramatics
group under the direction of Wyvern,
junior honorary society, met recent-
ly and decided on their program of
Their major project will be a 301
minute performance at the League
Open-House in April. The play that
will be given will be either entirely
written or revised by the group it-
self. Until then they will meet every
three weeks for a luncheon and meet-
ing, according to Kathleen Carpenter,
who is in charge of the group.
Other Wyvern members who are
assisting in the dramatics section are
Nan Diebel, Mary Sabin, Virginia
Roberts, and Alice Morgan.
Numerous other freshmen sections
are meeting and planning programs
for the year. They are groups inter-
ested in music, publications, and ath-
letics. The object of the projects is
to create interest among freshmen in
extra-curricular activities so that
they will be prepared to enter them
when they are upperclassmen.

C. R. Pullen, Manager

Corner 4th and Huron Sts.

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Jhere To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "I'm No
Angel" with Mae West; Whitney,
"Carnival Lady" with Boots Mallory.
Stage: Majestic, "Criminal At
Dancing: Hut, Den, Chubb's, Dixie
Inn, Joe Parker's, Preketes'.
Lecture: Elmer Rice on "The Fu-
ture of the Theatre;" Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre, 8:15 p. m.
Black velvet and multi-colored
crepes were popular at the pledge
formal held last night by Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Yoakum and Mrs. Franklin
Moore chaperoned.
Mary O'Brien, '35, wore purple
crepe with white ermine lapels, while
Mary Stirling, '35, chose green with
harness back detail. Ann Timmons,
'36, wore black velvet with white lace

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MISS CAMPBELL, President of Pi Beta
Phi, is one of the campus' most popular
personalities. She had the comedy lead
in the Junior Girls' Play in 1933. She
is a Committee Chairman of the Pan
Hellenic Ball for 1933, and is a member
of the Michigan League Board of Repre-
sentatives. Miss Campbell has a record
of campus achievements to be proud of.





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