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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934

THE- MICHIGAN DATLY

Al Kvelin's Orchestra Will Play For Panhellenic Ball On I

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Ajnijal Dance
Will Feature
Eastern B n d
ii-.ets Are Now On Sale
From Central Committee

Ball Chairman

Musicale Held By 'Tom Sawyer'
SigmaAlpha Iota i
Will Be Given

Members
Al Kavelin's orchestra has been
chosen to play for the annual Pan-
hellenic Ball on Nov. 30, in the League
ballroom, according to an announce-
ment yesterday by Jean Shaw, '36,
chairman of music.
The orchestra is at present play-
ing in the Mayfair room of the Book-
Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. Previously.
it played at the Silver SGrill in the
Hotel Lexington in New York. LittleI
Jack Little later succeeded to Al
Kavelin's place in the Grill whin the Jane Servis, '35, chairman of the
latter moved his orchestra to Central Panhellenic Ball, to be held Nov. 30
Park Casino. In the East Al Kave-,-

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lin is recognized as one of the best
known jazz leaders.
Among the features which the or-
chestra will present at the ball will be
Carmen, specialty pianist, and Cole
Colman, vocalist. A program of popu-
lar numbers is being arranged for
presentation.
Tickets for the ball, priced at $3.50,
may be procured from members of the
central committee. Jane Servis, '36,
is general chairman, assisted by Jean
Laitner, '36, in charge of programs,
Margaret Mustard, '35, tickets; Made-
line Coe, '35, floor; Margaret Cowie,
'36, publicity; Betty Rich, '36, chap-
erones; Louise French, '36, decora-
tions, and Miss Shaw.
The ball, the traditional inter-sor-
ority dance, is held every year the
night after Thanksgiving. It is the
only official women's date night in
the year.
TAGGART SPEAKS
Prof. H. F. Taggart of the business
school gave an address before a group
of rushees, pledges and actives, on
"Cost Accounting Under the NRA,"
Wednesday evening at the Delta Sig-
ma Pi house.

in the League ballroom, announced
last night that Al Kavelin's orches--
tra, which is now playing at the Book-j
Cadillac Hotel in Detroit, has been
secured for the dance. --
CHAPTERHOUSE_[
ACT IVITY NOT ES
Alpha Gamma Delta entertained,
this week with a rushing dinner. Mem-'
bets of the faculty were also guests of
the house. Pi Beta Phi held a dinner
in honor of their chaperone.
Alpha Gamma Delta'
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority enter-r

A formal musicale in honor of the
new pledges was held by Sigma Alpha As Fir Play
Iota musical sorority at 8 p.m. yester-
day at the home of Mrs. R. Bishop
Confield. Scenario Adapted From,
The new pledges are Ruth Pardee, Mark Twain's Story By
37SM. Vlasta Podoba, '36SM, Winil
fred Jackson, '36SM, Eileen Ichle- Russell McCracken
dinger, '37SM, Margaret Hoppert,-
'36SM. At 3:30 p.m. this afternoon the
The program for the evening had Children's Theater will present as its
for its first number, Chaconne by first offering of the year "The Ad-
Bach-Baisoni given by Maud Okkel- ientures of Tom Sawyer." in the
berg. Elizabeth Mann, Grad.SM, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. The
played two selections by Mozart, Lar-!Lydioniendehthe al.up-
ghetto and Deutchen Tanz, on the production is under the general sup-
gheto ad Dutcen anz ontheervision of Miss Ethel McCormick
cello accompanied by Anne Farquhar, and is directed by Russell McCracken.
'36SM. The Fifth Sonata from the Cast Chooses Scenes
"Poem of Ecstasy" by Scriahine was The scenario which will be used this
given by Mrs. Okkelberg. afternoon was taken directly from
Mark Twain's original story and was
~~~~~tC horus Tryouts To putminto play fr yM.M~akn
Members of the cast assisted in choos-
Be Held Tuesdayting the scenes which they felt would
appeal most to the children witnessing
the play.
Tryouts for chorus positions for the The part of Tom will be taken by1
flocr show of the Sophomore Cabaret, Robert Stanton, and his friend andE
to be presented Dec. 14 and 15, will adviser, the lazy Huckleberry Finn
be held from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday will be played by John O'Neill. Gladl
in the League, according to Mary Diehl will be the platitudinarian
Potter, '37, chairman of entertain- Aunt Polly, and her colleague, Mrs.
"ent Miss Potteralso requested that Harper, will be played by Elina Vlis
all sophomore women who have had( ides.
experience in writing lyrics or music Injun Joe, the villain of the melo-
leave their names at Miss Ethel Mc- drama, will be portrayed by Daniel
Cormick's office in the League. Goldman. Others in the cast are:
Jeane Gibbs, 37, chairman of fi- Judge Thatcher, William A. Dickert;
nance, stated that the deadline for Joe Harper, Robert Sadler; Muff Pot-
payment of the $1.00 assessment will ter, William Waggonsill; Ben Rogers,j
te Wednesday. Each woman should Robert Bennett; Sidney Sawyer, Ivan
pay her money to the committee mem- Cuthbert; Alfred Temple, Robert Wel-
ber who has been appointed in her emin; Becky Thatcher, Charlotte
house._Whitman, '35; Doc Robinson, William
Parkinson; Teacher William, Bently;
Engagement Announced Amy Lawrence, Betty Spooner; Pas-;
By Margaret Copelad for, Truman Smith and the sheriff,i
en Paul Bauer.
The engagement of Margaret Cope- Oren Parker Plans Sets
land, '31, of Saginaw, to Dr. Henry Oren Parker has designed the sets1
M. Kendall was announced Tuesday which will be used for the play. AE

Reception Is Heldl Outdoor Club
By EtaSigma Phi E c O
Elects Officers
The faculty and students of the
Latin and Greek departments, togeth- Fron Council
er with the Latin teachers of the cityC
schools, held an informal reception
Tuesday evening in the Ethel Foun- The council of the U. of M. Out-
tain Hussey room of the League under door Club met recently at Lane Hall
the auspices of Eta Sigma Phi classi- to elect officers from among its own
cal society. group. This method of installing of-
Prof. John G. Winter, head of the ficers is part of the constitution,
Latin department, addressed the as- which was accepted last year by the
sembly in a speech of welcome. Lester committee on student affairs.
Houck, Grad., introduced the high- James Loughman, '35, was elected
light of the program, Housman's to the presidency. Elizabeth Ober-
parody on Greek tragedy. The par- dier, '37, will act as secretary of the
ody itself was presented by the fol- organization, while Elizabeth Moore,
lowing members of the classical so- '36, will be treasurer.
ciety: Collin Wilsey, '35, Helen Craw- Other members of the council are:
ford, '35, Bernard Etkind, '35, Olga Robert Benz, '36, Richard Gerkens-
Loppenthien, '35, Brenda Parkinson, meyer, '35, Wallace Iliffe, '35, James
'36, Elizabeth Lawry, '35, Henry Rus- Merry, '36, and Pauline Woodward,
sell, '36, Angelina Firelli, '36, and '35.
Rolfe Haatvedt, Grad. The piano Since the Outdoor Club plans to
accompaniment was played by George sponsor riding parties in the spring,
Russell, '36. it was decided at the meeting to hold
Refreshments were served mixed begipners classes this fall for
._. persons wishing to become more
. 1adept at this sport.
Dinners ner The first of these classes will be
held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday at
For Residents Mullison's Stables. Expert instruc-
tion will be furnished. Any Univer-
sity student wishing to attend this
Of Dorm itories meeting is requested to communicate
0Iit a member of the council, prefer-
ably Loughman, as the size of the
Dormitory activities for the week j class is limited.
consisted mostly of birthday dinners I Other plans for the coming season
for the residents, and faculty dinners. were formulated. Skiiing, hiking,
Jordan Hall entertained last night skating, and even indoor swimming
with a dinner in honor of women parties will be held.
whose birthdays are in November.
The tables wre decorated with in- ski, '38, Alice Quinn, '38, Jane Rogers,
dividual birthday cards, which served '37SM, Alice Taylor, '35, Anna Thorn-
as place cards and candles. Each son, '36, Ann Vandenberg, '38, Vir-
birthday table was presented with a ginia Van Dyke, '38, Laura Winograd,
special birthday cake. '35, and Carolyn Woodford, '36.
Those honored were: Helen Har- The second in the series of exchange
man, '35D,- Ann Farquhar, '36, Alice dinners between dormitories took
Burton, Grad., Marjorie Phillips, '35, place at Martha Cook and Mosher
Eleanor Leighton, '38, Janet Karlson, dormitories last night. Thirty girls
'38, Frieda Bogin, '36, Siiri Mattson, from each house visited the other
'37, Helen Boata, Grad, Geraldine dormitory. Betty Jones, '36, was in
Eppenstein, '38, and Francine Zwirn- charge of arrangements at Martha
baum, '35. Cook.

Delta Omicron, Musical
Sorority, Gives Program
The active chapter of Delta Omi-
cron, national musical sorority, gave
a musicale last night at the home of
Mrs. V. A. Versehoor. Alumnae of the
chapter and guests were entertained.
The program was composed of mod-
ern numbers presented by Elizabeth
Walz, '35SM, Mona Hutchings, '35SM,
violinist, and Alma Weber, vocalist.
Miss Walz played "March Carillon"
and "Impromptu" by Howard Han-
son, and "Winter" by MacDowell. Miss
Hutching's numbers were "Romance"
by Sinding, and "From Negro Mel-
ody," by Stringfield. Miss Weber sang
"Star-Eyes" by Oley Speaks, "Songs"
by Gustaf Klemm, and "This Thine
Eyes," by F. Knight Logan.
Aafw

talned with a rushing dinner yester-I
day. Talisman roses and green tapers
were used as decorations. Betty Mer-
roll, '35, was in charge of the arrange-
ments.
The sorority entertained members
of the faculty and their wives with a
dinner Wednesday. The decorations
were red roses and buff tapers. Helen
rs Young,,'35, was in charge.
Guests of the sorority were: Prof. and
rs. Firederick C. O'Dell, Prof. and
Mi'. George A. Lindsay, Valentine
Windt, Miss Mildred A. Valentine,
Charles H. Staubach, Prof. and Mrs.
Lowell J. Carr, and Prof. and Mrs.
William D. Baten.
Pi Beta Phi

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night.
Prof. Kendall is a member of the
faculty of the geography department.
He is affiliated with Theta Xi frat-
ernity, also Chi Gamma Phi and Phi
Kappa Phi societies. Miss Copeland
is a member of Alpha Xi Delta sor-
ority.
The wedding date has been set for
Feb. 9 in Saginaw.

Pi Beta Phi sorority honored its Announce ngagememt
chaperone, Mrs. Elsie Hauswald, at a Of G r te
dinner Wednesday night. Of Michigan Graduates
The guests who were entertained
were: Mrs. Dwight Dumond, Miss Prof. and Mrs. Walter Hunt an-
Hope Chipman, Miss Dorothy Chip- nounced recently the engagement of
man, Miss Evelyn Miller, Miss Dor- their daughter, Marjorie, to Wilburj
othy Paton, Miss Marion McKinney, Muehlig, son of Dr. and Mrs. George
Miss Leila Duse, Miss Ethel McCor- F. Muehlig. The wedding date has not
mick, Miss Juva Higbee, Miss Ragn- been set but is planned for early in
hild Moe, and Miss Elizabeth How- February.
ard. Miss Hunt, '32, was affiliated with
Mixture bouquets in pastel shades Kappa Delta sorority. She is now on
and candles formed the table decora-' the staff of the University Bureau of
tions. Appointments. Mr. Muehlig is a senior
in the Medical School. He is a mem-
KITTREDGE NOT HARVARD HEAD ber of Phi BetaPi, Phi Kappa Psi,
and Phi Beta Kappa.
Contrary to a report in The Daily _
of a speech by Prof. Arthur L. Cross F
at a graduate luncheon last week, FIELD SECRETARY SPEAI(5
Prof. George Lyman Kittredge of the Miss Ethel Bowers, field secretary
Harvard faculty was never president of the National Recreational Associa-
of that institution. . tion, spoke recently at Sarah Caswell
The translator of Dante referred to Angell Hall before the major school
in the talk was not Professor Kit- of the physical education department.
tredge but the late Charles Eliot Nor- She discussed her work in the field
ton. of recreation.

false proscenium will be used.
12-foot figures of Tom and
flank the sides of the stage.'

are seven scenes, each of which is I Another in their series of teas was Betsy Barbour House entertained
designed so as to add to the pictures- held by residents of Jordan Hall yes- last night at a faculty dinner.'Among
queness and story-book atmosphere terday. Mrs. Helen Masters, Mrs. the guests were Prof. and Mrs. Arthur
of the play. George Stanleu, Miss Kathleen Bromage, Prof. and Mrs. Bennett
Through the cooperation of the Hamm, and Miss Marcella Schneider Weaver, Karl H. Reichenbach,, Prof.
dormitories, sororities and fraterni- poured. Those who served as hos - Arthur Dunham; Dr. and Mrs. Paul S.
ties, underprivileged children will be esses were Sally Eschbach, '38, Sybil1 Welch, Prof. and Mrs. Ora S. Duffen-
able to see one of the three shows to ; Magielski, '36E, Reta Petersen, '35 dack, Prof. and Mrs. Anthony J. Jobin,
be presented this year by the Theater. Hattibel Grow, '38, Virginia Smith, and Prof. Paul Cuncannon.
The next show will be "The Emperor's '37, Betty Basse, '37, Marian Wiggin,~-
New Clothes." "Cinderella" will be '35, Rebecca Gregory, '35, and Marian --- - --
presented in the spring. Brooke, '35.
Tomorrow afternoon there will be Mosher Hall also honored several
two more performances of Tom Saw- women Wednesday night at a birth-
yer. They are at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. day dinner. Those who were honored
were: Katherine Buckley, '37, Ruth
Buffet Supper Is Given Carr, '38, Margaret Curry, '38, Kath-
erine Eichelbarger, '37, June Geyman,
For WyvernMebr,
Members '38, Helen Gillespie, '35, Elizabeth:;F A S H
Mrs. Beryl F. Bacher, assistant dean Gipe, '36, Pauline Gorman, '37, Janet
of women, entertained the members Hirt, '35, Mary Horkon, '38, Joanne
of Wyvern, junior women's honorary Kimmel, '38, Arabelle Levenson, '36,
society, at a buffet supper Wednes- Betty McClure, '36, Angela Malizew-
day night, after the freshman lecture - - - -- -
sponsored by Wyvern. Mrs. Bacher is ._._
patroness of the organization. sn
Members who were present were NEW a/idEXCITING 0f
Margaret Hiscock, Betty Chapman,IadT
Julie Kane, Josephine McLean, Jane a
Peter, Barbara Bates, Betty Rich,w ea
Grace Bartling, Jane Fletcher, Dor-
othy Gies, Jane Arnold, Winifred Bell, --just, when you
and Florence Harper.
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Dancing: Union ballroom. League Just a Block from State St
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