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April 19, 1934 - Image 5

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Juniwrs Give..
Songs, Dnuie"s
On Stunt Ni-t
Jame Cissel, Marie Heiil,
:Stunt Night, thle League's conltri-
bution to clp itwe.sca
brofthe jiunior-j-crass in vo(Cal. and.
piano solos and a solo dance.
Jane Cissel, '35, sang two of the
day's popular ntumbers, "Smoke Gets
In. Your Eyes," and "Love Locked
Otut"; and 'Clarkc Schell, '35, gave
three vocal solos, accompanying himl--
self on the Piano, The three numbers
were "Mine," "I Want a Little Girl,"
and "I Wish ' Were Single Again."
Marie Heid, '35, who has appeared, in
a number of dance recitals in Pitts-
burgh and who was dance chairman
of the Junior Girls Play, did 'a soft-
shoe number to "Swanee River.".
Creighton Coleman, '36L, was mas-
ter of ceremonies for the program,.
and music for dancing was, furnished
b~y Al Cowan and his band.
League social officials announ'ced
that the regular pro grarhx of, dancing
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
nights in the. League. Grill will be
continued,, and that the, floodlight~
on the Northi University Avenue side
of the building will continue to 'an-,
nounce social affairs in the grill.

'On InA. Lifetime' Cbostn By
Pl A rduetion As Ne -Sow

With is at l~nlfIollyvwcod'
1hstutdios i iack gl6ses 0;fool tier
;atkepesfrsliiinIi is memorcy,
Russll ~c~rcke ofIII- Uiversity
~Jrmatc saf, w~s u'jhin favor:
,f "Onc' e iin a Tit~"i by Qi~ eoi=ge
his sat whichI V,11illheegiven
next e cicW((°1;Apil)1126, 27 and 28, (con-
orn;very clos ely to MUr. MJcOracken's
jwn obse:rvations ill the1 movie cap-
tal were all the womien, even the
Vait~resSc,are beautifuil, and where
the gatekeep r copire to keep the
)ml ic from ithe studios.FHowever,
Ar. Mc("Iacken diid m11anage to See
i,hie inside of the studiios, as aided by
:he blaiwkktglasses and hy the fact that
Ahe fail 'ust teelhnicians' strike, (.and
fatlkeep~ers consides- themselves as
.echlnicians,) made it possible for peo_
)1e to get in easily.
The i- el reason, however, that
"Once in a Lifetime" was chosen for
lEntert7111Ain ith
Gue-,st Dnnd.
Pan-Hiellenic arranged for the cuis-
'onmlary exchange dinners between
sororities "which were held last night.
Delta Zeta and Alpha Delta Pi
each sent six women for the dinners.
0orothy Sturner,.'36, social chairman;
Vas in charge ai, Alpha Delta Pi.
Patricia Daly, '36, made the ar-
angements for Pi Beta Phi's dinner
-.ith Kappa Delta, Eight of thin, soph-
mWore exchanged with twelve Kapp8.
)elta senior~s.
Chi maui i l terelailnlf'ed
vithi tlile Deltai i sophomor-es.
Alpha Phii and Ka.ppa Alpha Theta'>
sinners we~t'e unde°r the direction of
Alison Tennant, '36, and Mary Gar-
etson, '36, respectively. The Alpha
1hi sophomores attended the Theta
rouse, while their junior 'and senior
lasses completed the exchange.
G'antiia Phi Be(,ta entertained eight
)e aDelia Deli a sophonmores, while
heir twelve junlioirs were guests at
'he oilher house. Lois Altmnan, '35, was,,
n ch arge of' the arrangements atl
Gamm Ph Beaind Alna yJine
i~el tai.



Wnhere To Go)

M~otion Pictures: Michigan, "barli.
Hazard" with Edward G. Robinson;
Majestic, "Coming Out Party" with
Gene Raymond; Whitney, "Devil'.
M1V.ate" and "Sweetheart of SigmP
Chi"; Wuerth, "Berkeley Square" witi
Leslie Howard, and "Stage Mother.'
Lecture: Prof. Ernest F. Barker oi
"Mlvodern Conceptions of Matteir"
4:20 p.m. in N'14111atu. 1Siene Au(1dio-
rii urn.
bancing: League Grill Room, Den
"Tavern, Hi-Hlat Inn, Preketes.
flirsch Hfiotkin ; To-
CiverTalk At Lai
At t he m eel i ng of' Le Cercle Faran-
catise a-t 8'p.m. today in! the Leagu,
llirsch llootkiins of tHec French de-
partment will g;ive it talk on "Ai
Amuswing War A dv ntire." Mr. Hoot-
kinis saw active servic'e i'n Franoe (dur-
ing 1tewar, so iSspeechi will be-
takten directly Pfrom his own persi:onial
T:he prtogramf, as plann ed by Berthik
Carry, ':>4, vice-presidlent of the dub
will- in1clude the acting, out of some
aniecdotes by Jon Schmrlidt, '351,
games , <and a spell-dowii.

L ook eover thi

217 South Main
Thursday, Friday
and Saturday
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