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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JtTr airman
Tells Plan For
Appointments
Florence Harper Is To Be
Publicity Chairman; To
Fill Offices By Petition
Announcement of one of the ap-
pointive positions on the 1935 Junior
Girls Play committee was made last
night by Julie Kane, '36, general
chairman. Florence Harper, '36, will'
act as publicity chairman for the play.
In accordance with a new plan, the
other appointive positions will be
filled by competitive petitions. Any
sophomore woman interestedsis re-
quested to hand in her petition for the
chairmanship of the 'dance, music,
costume, or ushers committee, be-
fore Thursday at the League Under-
graduate Office, Miss Kane said yes-
terday. "We want to get the right per-
son for each of those positions, and
we want to give everyone a chance
to try out for them."
Other members of the general com-
mittee, elected recently, are: Betty
Chapman, assistant; Jean Hanmer,
program; Grace Bartling, properties;
and Margaret Hiscock, finance.
At the same time Miss Kane an-
nounced that any women writing
manuscripts during the summer vaca-
tion might write for advice to Russell
McCracken, director of dramatics of
the League, in care of Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick's office there.
Freshmen Women
Will Hold Lantern

Dance In

League

Houses Finish
Social Activity
As Year Ends
Although socialactivitiestare be-
coming fewer as the semester ends,
some of the fraternities and sororities
are still entertaining at alumni week-
ends, spring formals, and supper
parties for their senior members. 1
Acacia
Acacia fraternity announces the1
pledging of John J. Jablonski, '36Ed.I
of Ann Arbor.
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega sorority is hon-
oring its seniors today at a pajama1
breakfast. The breakfast was planned
and given by the freshmen under the
chairmanship of Florence Schenk, '37,
Marie Mette, '37, Saxon Finch, '37,
and Jewel Wuerfel, '37, were her as-
sistants.
The color scheme of yellow, white,
and green was carried out in the table-
wear, candles, and spring bouquets in"
the center of the tables.'
The annual award for the most out-
standing sophomore will be given to1
the girl who excells in scholarship,1
personality, and activities.
Delta Alpha Epsilon
Delta Alpha Epsilon fraternity is
holding its annual alumni week-end.
It began yesterday and ends today.
The main feature of the week-end
will be competition between the active
members and the alumni in such
games as bridge, bowling, billiards,
golf, tennis, baseball, and ping-pong,;
Kappa Delta
Mrs. Walter F. Hunt and Mrs. Ben-
jamin F. Bailey, patronesses of Kappa
Delta sorority will entertain the sen-
iors of the active chapter this after-
noon.
The entertainment will be in the
form of a supper party to be given at
the Huron Hills Country Club.
Kappa Delta Rho
Kappa Delta Rho fraternity held an
informal dance Saturday night. Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Kraus chaperoned.
The guests were, Reta Morden, Ann
Arbor; Ruth Richards and Norma
Richards, both of Grand Rapids;
Dolly Ochs, Ardele Switzer, Carol
Towner, Nancy Reemstsen, and Edna
Pennington, all of Detroit; Barbara
Whan and Lucile Boynton, both of
Pontiac; Helen Probeck, '34, Vivian
McCarty, '33, Dorothy Shappell, '36,
Ruth Rich, '35, Marian Stockdale, '34,
Margaret Hewitt, '34, Vivian Miles, '34,
Bernadet Cogan, Grad., Dorothy Ford,
'34; Lucille Barnes, '33, Virginia Mc-
Comb, '33, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sev--
ery, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Kleinschmidt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuck.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Campus guests entertained at the
Spring formal at Lambda Chi Alpha
Saturday night were: Evelyn Mc-
Manus, '35; Barbara Otte, '37, Rho-
detta Lepisto, '35, Virginia Blight, '36,
Jane Arnold, '36, Dorothy Bromley,
'37, Faith Crittendn, '36, Betty
Schmidt, '37, Virginia Kimball, Grad.,
Marion McPhee, '36.
The others were: Mrs. F. Scharron,
Paul Moyers, Hilda Richards, Min-
erva Richards, Mrs. H. Powers, Vir-
ginia Peasely, Mrs. Ruth Oakes, Dor-
othy MacEachron, Russ MacEachron,
Alice Kinney, Helen Holden, Lucy
Pardin, Eleanor Welch, Margaret
Campau, and Marjorie Gail.
Sigma Phi
Sigma Phi fraternity elected house
officers recently. The new officers are:
president, Paul Babcock, '35, treas-
urer, Robert Laitner, '37, house man-
ager, George Williams, '36, and secre-
tary, Terrill Newman, '36.
OUTING CLUB WILL HIKE
The Graduate Outing Club will hold
a supper hike Sunday afternoon, ac-
cording to Charles Brewington, presi-
dent of the organization. Those at-

tending will meet at 3 p.m. at Angell
Hall and ,will return in the early eve-
ning. Outsiders are invited as well as
members. Cost for supper will be 25
cents.

OVER THE WEEK-END
Two of the dormitories entertained the tennis courts, where at this time
at formal dances Friday night, hosts of year all kinds of early spring f low-
of guests being received by Martha ers are blossoming beside an in be-
Cook dormitory at its dinner dance, tween the flagstones of the walk.
and at the Mosher Jordan twin spring White candles lit the dining room
formals. where the guests were served during
The Martha Cook Blue Room was the dance.j
transformed into a garden scene for Many of the well-known women on
the festivities, with a picturesque rock campus were seen at the Beta Theta
garden with flowering iris, pansies, pi fraternity formal Friday night.I
and geraniums and a miniature pool Jean Seeley was in a flowered chiffon
nestling in the southwest corner of princess gown, cut-in soft folds and
the stately room. Chinese lanterns flowing smoothly to the floor. Marie
twinkled on the terrace leading to the Abbot chose blue net, while Jane
sloping outdoor gardens below. Kay Servis appeared in a flowered white
Coffield, social chairman of the house crepe. Josephine Wilcox was gowned
and general chairman of the party ar- in a tailored navy blue taffeta
rangements, appeared smartly gowned trimmed with a white collar and hav-
in green organdie with peach trans- ing a full length coat of the same ma-
parent velvet shoulder straps and terial. Marrieta Heath. and Maria
sash. Doris Campbell and Marion Hoffman chose the new plaid summer
Stockdale, members of her committee, formals, while Betty Ann Beebe wore
chose the one frilly pink in organdie yellow chiffon.
and the other in mousseline de soie. - -
Other women seen in the lovely Lutheran Student Clul
ballrooms, were Gertrude Schutz in
black net with tiny ruffles, Marcia Will Entertain Seniors
Himes in powder blue silk lace, Vir-
ginia Whitney in royal blue georgette The Lutheran Student Club will
with a tiny train, and rhinestone meet at 5:30 p.m. today in the Zion
jewelry as accessories. Polly Solosth Lutheran Parish Hall to honor those
chose a clover white cotton net dress seniors and graduate students who
ever a pale blue slip, and wore with have been active in the club this
it blue and moire pumps. Calla Jean year.
Wilson was gowned in a white flow- Karl Beck, '35, the newly-elected
ered organdie frock with bow and president, will lead the student dis
sash of crimson silk and 'sandals of cussion which will follow the ban-
the same shade. Eleanor Wright wore quet. All students are cordially in-
a tan crepe gown printed with blue vited to attend.
and rose flowers and contrasting slip-
pers of the same blue shade.
Rose and green lights played en-
chantingly upon the pastel gowns of
the hostesses and upon the decora-
tions of spring flowers of all shades Wha the girls rouiid
at the last social event of the year -
for Mosher Jordan Halls, the spring
formal dances in each of the sec-
tions. Lenore LeGendre, Mosher presi-
dent, appeared in blue lace, caught H ve you seen the
low in the back with gardenia orna-
ments. Linda Crosby, social chairman,, ne W Sutmme r frOCks
chose shell pink crepe dried with or- El bet
gandie. Organdie in cerise, lemon, andtzaeh
plaid shades, was charming in the
gowns chosen by Maxine Hutchins, D W n Shop
Jeanette Putman, and Betty Sweeney.
Betty Morgan, freshman president of
the dormitory, wore pink and blue If you haven't, you are miss-
flowered crepe and Maureen Kava- ing something - as they are
naugh chose the same material in a beautiful and most reason-
blue and white print.
Georgina Karlson, president of Jor- able.
dan Hall, chose peach chiffon with
a dainty ruff, while Martha Bowen, 605 East William St.
social chairman, wore brown mous-
seline de soie. Ann Story, former pres- Just a block from State street
ident, appeared in white ribbed crepe,
with touches of beading to ornament
it. Lanterns lined the walk overlooking
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Michigamua Dance George Hall Will Hear
Held For Initiates lPiEpsilon Mu Group
Georgc N. Hall, '35, member of
The annual Michigamua peace- Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and of the
paddle and dance took place yesterday Varsity Band. was installed this week
in honor of the initiation of the as president of the local chapter of
twenty-three new members. Alpha Epsilon Mu, national honorary
Among the women who accomp- music fraternity. He succeeds Wel-
anied the old members on the peace- ling 'on B. Huntley, '34.
paddle and also attended the dance Other officers who will head the
were Catherine McHenry, '34, Grace chapter for the coming year are Ed-
Mayer, '34, Virginia Cluff, '35, Mary ( win M. Stein, '35SM, vice-president;
Jean White, '34, Ruth Mason, '34, Bar- W. Stoddard White. '35, secretary-
bara Sutherland, '35. Julie Kane, '36, treasurer; and Ralph Matthews,
and Jean Malloch, of De Pauw. '36SM, usher.
Others who were present at the Alpha Epsilon Mu, which was
dance which took place at the Phi founded here, takes men from the
Delta Theta house included Mary Varsity Band, Varsity Glee Club, and
O'Brien. '35, Ann Edmunds, Grad., University Symphony Orchestra.
Patricia Daly, '34, Betty Vinton, '37,
Mary Reif, '34, Jane Bassett, '35, Mary
Bursley, '35, Ruth Bradner, '35, and
Margaret Cowie, '35.
Blueo Bird H
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MEXIA, Tex., May 26. - (P)- Six=Exerience
men were held for questioning todayri
into the death of John L. Adams, 50, LicGse'
a dairyman, believed by officers to Phone 9616
have been slain by kidnapers who had
mistaken him for a wealthy neighbor.

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For ,the second time the freshmen
women have chosen to give a dance
for their class project. The Lantern
Dance, as it is called, is to be given,
this year on Tuesday, May 29, in the
ballroom of the League.
It is a tradition at Michigan that
the freshmen women should always
have some project in which a large
group of women would have a chance
to :work together and thus become
acquainted. Until very recently, a
pageant of natural dancing was given
on Lantern Night before the Senior
marching. However, because of the
- enormous amount of work involved in
training a group of girls, and because
of the limited number of girls able to
participate in so specialized an ac-
tivity, the freshmen women in the
past two years have chosen to give a
formal dance instead.
Last year the garden of the League
was opened to the men for the first
time, and a floor show was given in
the balcony under spotlights. Strings
of lanterns were hung in the garden.
Therefore, the name "Lantern Dance"
was given to the party. In spite of
having to take the lanterns down and
put them up several times because of
rain, the party was considereid a suc-
cess.
This year the committee intention-
ally planned the dance for a moon-
light night, so with the garden, the
lanterns, Nate Fry's Orchestra, and
Roy Hoyer's floor show, the second
Freshman Woman's Lantern Dance
will carry on the tradition of the
freshman's annual project.
Swevn Are Initiated By
Zeta Phi Eta At League
Zeta Phi Eta, national speech sor-
ority, held its initiation recently at
the League for seven new members.
Those initiated were Josephine Gib-
son, '37, Mary Edna Travis, '35, Louise
French, '36, Elizabeth Allen, '36, Gar-
net Waggoner, '36, Marjory Oost-
dyke, '35, and Ruth Roat, '35.

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