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RCH 18, 1934


Chairmen For
Pe ny Car ival
Are Annoned
Naie April21 As Date Of
An nual W.AA. Project.;
Hous~es Choose Booths
Chairmen for the annual Penny
Carnival to be held April 21, have
been announced by the general chair-
man, Marie Metzger, '35. Florence',
Shaw will act as chairman of the
booth committee; and Levinia
Ceighton, '35, chairman of the fi-
mnne committee.
other chairmen chosen are Sue
Thomas, who will be in charge of
decorations, Peg Cowie, '35, in charge
of entertainment; Lucille Betz, '35,
chairman of the floor committee; and
Eleanor Blum, 35, chairman of pub-
At a meeting of the representatives
from the various houses, booths were
discussed. A variety of projects, have
as usual been suggested. Booths sell-
ing popcorn, frost bites, carmel corn,
candied apples, and soft drinks have
all been spoken for. Entertainment
will consist of shooting galleries, for-
tune teling, probably a golf course,
and other carnival offerings.
Each dormitory and sorority on
campus will have some form of booth
which they will work out themselves.
Dancing will be permitted in the
Waterman Gymnasium, to allow
plenty of room. Last year the Sarah
Caswell Angell H'all was found to e
too small to accommodate the num-
ber that wanted to dance.
The Carnival has been for several
years presented in the form in which
it is now given. Years ago, however,
W.,A.A., which sponsored the project,
combined with members of the Soph-
omore class or the "Sophomore Ci-
cus" to present a bazarre.
The Carnival this year is being pr-I
se ted on the week-end after Spring
Vacation so that there will be "some -
thing to do for everyone on that
week-end," according to Miss Mez-
Last Rehearsals
Will Determine
Gon doliei Cast
Final decisions for the cast of "The
Gondoliers," Gilbert and Sullivan
operetta, will be made after rehear-
sals to be held this afternoon and
tonight in the Laboratory Theatre,
Valentine B. Windt, director of Play
Production, said yesterday.
"The Gondoliers" is being produced
as part of the work of the newly
organized music drama class given
jointly by Play Production and the
School of Music. Those wishing to
be considered for parts in this final
decision must be at rehearsal today,
Mr. Windt said.
Casting is competitive, done on an
impersonal basis, insofar as the hu-
man limitations, of those in charge
permit, so that parts are given to
those who prove themselves most ably
in spirit and ability to play them.
H-owever, the :parts ,of lesser magni-
tude are given just as much atten-
tion as those greater in importance,
as shown by the recent presentation
of "Elizabeth, the Queen," in which
the characters of Penelope, Bacon,
the fool, and others, are as essential
to the development of the play as an
ensemble as is the character of Eliza-
beth, Mr. Windt said.
Before all else, in acting, it is
necessary to surrender the ego, Mr.
Windt said, as the ego is in violent
opposition to everything that is a-

C ofLUMBUS, Ohio, March 17. -
An uniidentified stranger, who played
upon the sympathies of Maurice
Young, freshman law student at Ohio
State University, for the sum of $10,
pr-ovided police authorities with a
niew angle on forging. The stranger
borwel the freshman's fee card
on the plea that he had lost his own,
and thenr used it to forge a check
for $10,
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Initatio eltvities CnneA

Several houses held formal initia-
tion ceremonies yesterday. Among thej
sevral otl er affairs held was a
luncheon given by Gamma Phi Beta
fraternity in honor of the parents
of' the active members and the an-
nual Founder's Day banquet held byI
Phi Kappa Trau fraternity.
Alpha Chi Sigma,
Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity' an-
nounces the piledging of Herbert
Goldsworthy, '36E, St. Louis, Mo.
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta will hold a ban-
quet at 1 p.m. today in honor of the
parents of active members who are'
living in Ann Arbor.
Guests will be Prof. and Mrs. B.
D. Chuma, Prof. and Mrs. W. E.
Lay, Mr. and Mrs. N. Potter from
Lansing, formerly of Ann Arbor, and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sehmid.
Alpha Delta Phi
Alpha Delia Phi announces. the
iiiatzion Saturday night of John
C. Hlealey, '35, Battle Creek; Frank
W. Aik ens, '36, Sioux Falls, S. D.;
Howard S. H-olmes, Jr., '36E. Chel-
sea, Mich.; Richard S. Coombs, '37,
Birmingham, Mich.; H. R. Hartz,
'37E, Detroit; Richard G. Hershey,
'37, -Taylorville, Ill.; Donald S. Hut-
ton, '37, Detroit; Sanford M. Ladd,
'37, Ann Arbor; Homer S. Lathrop,
'37, fndianapolis; Richard M. Oli-
ver, '37, Winnetka; John H. Uhl, '37,I
Gran md Rapids.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta held initiationt
yesterday morning for the following
pledges : Alice Hiscock, '37, Ann Ar-
bor; Gladys Draves, '36, Dunkirk, N.
Y.; Virginia Gwinner, '37, Ann Ar-
bor; Signe Johnson, '34, Portville,
N. Y.I
A lheon-'p w~for the -n1edizeswas,;

ty Bell, '36: Jane Fitzgerald, '37:
f lamne Colbo, '37; Helen Slwpai,;,!
'37; and Glads Marg r, '37.
Pi Lambda Phi held a formal1 dance
last night according to Alvin Sehlei-
fer and Jerome Winegard?,,,h
were in charge of the affair.
Out of townr guests wereM.ad
Mrs. Lewis Kositchek, Mr. nd .'-s.
Joe Magidson , and ;Mr. . i .(
Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi sorority held a fti
initiation Satu rday for 1.1rls.j,'o.-
intite (wreVirginia Ivnn,'7
;or: eil; !Margrcl'tta XKeilig, '',Sti
flaw; Katherine Kilinan, '37, Lf
falo, N. Y.; Margaret Annas', '37, 1-
troit; Mary Neal, '37, Ann Arbo~tr;
Elizabeth Roe, '36, Waban, Ms.
Lois Rosenberry, '36, Ann A o'
Blanche Arnold, '36, Ann Arb;,,;
Carolyn Sharman, '37, 'Toledo; ia-
Mara Smnith, '36, Pontiace; Mary an
ICastle, '36, Jackson.
Saturday night a form~al bauq u:, t
wvas given in honor of initiates and~t
ieturning alumnae. Silver cantlf s,
bordeaux ribbons and roses made ef, -
fective decorat┬▒ions. HElo 1Van Ate-
ken Kollig pres ided astosnit e.
Unabelle Locke Page:l csndi e
alumnae speech and Mary<! Lon,11i !;eL
Kessber.ger talked onrehafofth
seniors, while Barbara Seniohrein0-
sented the initiates.
Alpha Xi Delta
tA rushing dinner was held at Alpa'
Xi Delta sorority Thursday night for
eight guests. Prances Barnett, '35,
and Marion Foley, '34Pd, werein, f
charge of the affair. Table u oa
tions consisted of sh ! !r cks a -nd
Igreen candles, in hono r (of',;i ,. 'Pa Ik ay

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held at the Haunted Tavern. A for- --.w
anal banquet was served at the chap-
ter hous-e with unusual florall deorma C( -IJ
tions oi' red and buff roses. Amongi
the out of town guests were Emily--
Butter:field of Farmington, one of lhienPitrsMaeic Qun
the founders; Grace Koepel, Detroit; Christina" withGitGab; ht-
Lucille Rugg, Detroit; Arlene Howv- rney, "The Thirteenth Guest" ar , D ab'itimhlib , D - Lye T l o a d G n e
troit. Michigan, "The Cat and the FPi(Ide"
Kappa Delta ;with Ramion Narro :3adJeanoe, f
Seven women were initiated into! McDonald; vw l ei't, FulhtP-
Kappa Delta sorority yesterday af- rade" with Joyan iCmx ford.
ternoon. The initiates are: Barbara flaneing: Chubb's, Ii-llt 1.,
Otte, '37; Dolores Chatard, '36; Bet- 'Tlayern, Preketes.

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