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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Manuscript For

1935 Junior Girls Play Is Selected By Committee

Play Is Chosen1
For Production
Next Semestei
Dorothy Shappell Write
Comedy To Be Giver
By Junior Wonen
Dorothy Shappell, '36, was an
nounced yesterday as the author o
the Junior Girls Play, the musica
comedy to be presented by the junio
women sometine in March. Mis
Shappell's manuscript was selecte
by the central committee of the pla
from among those submitted by mem
bers of the Junior class, and th
choice was approved by Prof. Herber
Kenyon, literary adviser. The titl
and plot of the play will be an
nounced later.
Miss Shappell, who comes fror
Highland Park, Mich., transferre
from Highland Park Junior Colleg
at the beginning of her sophomor
year. She is a member of Delta Delt
Delta sorority and works on th
women's staff of The Daily. She i
also junior feature editor of th
Michiganensian and participated it
the Sophomore Cabaret last year.
Although she has had no experi
ence in writing plays, Miss Shappe
turned out a manuscript which wi
prove excellent material for this year'
comedy, according to members of th
committee.
Last year's play, "Gang's Al]
There," written by Jean Keller and
centering about the world of show
girls and gangsters was extremely
successful and that of the year be
fore, "Love on the 'Run," by Marian
Giddings;was also popular.
It has been hinted that this year'
manuscript, though full of good com
edy material, is of a slightly differen
type from these two.
Honorary Medical Club
'Holds Annual Initiation
Alpha Omega Alpha, national sen-
ior honorary medical fraternity, held
its annual fall initiation banquet yes-
terday at the League. Dr. Cyrus C.
Sturgis, professor of internal medi-
cine, acted as toastmaster. Dr. Car;
V. Weller, also of the School of
Medicine, addressed the group. So
Baker was in charge of the arrange-
ments.
Those who were initiated were:
M. Catherine Mgee, Dan Bulmer,
Marcus Weiner, Kendall Holmes,
Raymond Sokolov, Paul Derleth, Isa-
dore Brandes; and Harry Arnold, Jr.
Active members of the fraternity are:
William Gordon, Hyman Sugar, Mark
Donovon, and Sol Baker.

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Writes Junior Play

Dorothy Shappell, '36, is the author
of the Junior Girls Play, which will
be presented by members of the class
in March next year.

Where To Go
motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
Pursuit of Happiness" with Joan
Bennett; Whitney, "Wonder Bar"
with Kay Francis and "School For
Girls" with Sidney Fox; Wuerth,
"Hide-Out" with Robert Montgom-
ery and "Death on the Diamond";
Majestic, "Love Time" with Pat Pat-
terson and "Straight Is the Way"
with Franchot Tone.
Plays: Play Production and the
School of Music, "olanthe," 8:30
p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn,

ieillel Cabaret
n illBe Gven
eAt The League
e Entertainers who will provide the-,
lI floor show at the Hillel Cabaret
d Dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow in the League
y ballroom, were announced yesterday
- by Irving F. Levitt, '36, student direc-.
n tor of Hillel activities.
Miss Frances Kay, formerly at the
s Everglades Club in Detroit, will dance
- the carioca. A program of novelty
t tap and snake dancing will be fur-
nhed by Doug Gregory and Billy
Collins, students at the Roy Hoyer
Dancing Academy. Miss Betty Seit-
ner of Flint, also a pupil of the Roy
1 Hoyer Academy, will entertain with
an acrobatic and a toe dance. Sev-
- eral popular songs will be rendered
d by Eddie Kapzenmeyer of Ann Arbor.
Feature Cabaret Style
The Hillel dance, an annual affair,
- is novel this year, inasmuch as it will
be in cabaret style. Music for the
f dancing will be provided by Bob
ASteinleand his Union Orchestra.
_According to Rowena Goldstein,
'35, chairman of the dance committee,
persons planning to attend the dance
arerurged to make reservations in ad-
vance for their tables. Reservations
for tables seating from one to ten
couples may be made by calling at
the9Hillel Foundation or by phoning
3779 or 3936.
Tickets Priced At $1.50 1
Tickets for the dance are priced at
1$1.50 and include a 50 cent choice oft
food served at the tables by the
League Grill or soda fountain. I
A complete list of patrons for the
dance include Mr. and Mrs. Nathanz
B. Metzger of Detroit, Judge and Mrs.I
Joseph Sanders of Detroit, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Yudkoff of Detroit, Prof.
and Mrs. Philip Bursley, Dr. and Mrs.s
Edward W. Blakeman, Prof. and Mrs.I
I. L. Sharfman, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Worrell, Prof. and Mrs. Reuben
L. Kahn, Prof. and Mrs. Raphael
Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Ozias Zwerdling,
Mr. and Mrs. Montague Modder, Mr.
and Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins and Mr.
and Mrs. S. G. Bothman.e
Series Of Advent
Sermons Planned
Announcement of a proposed series
of special sermons for the Adventa
Season was made yesterday by the2
Rev. William P. Lemon, pastor of thea
Firsc Presbyterian Church. The ser-
mons are to be given at the regular c
Sunday norning worship service at
10:45 a.m.o
The first of the series, "The World S
on Tiptoe," will be given Dec. 9, fol- a
lowed by "God in Due Season" Dec. n
16 and "The Inn-Keeper Thinks d
Back" Dec. 23. i
Special music for these services willU
be :rendered by the Chorus Choir x
1 under the direction of Miss Odina B.
Olson.
League Grill Dance Will
Open Holiday Festivities
Christmas decorations will be used
tonight in the League Grill for the
weekly Stunt Night program. Ger-
rit de Gelleke,''35A, is to act as master
of ceremonies.
Features of entertainment include
accordion numbers by Bill Anderson,
'37, a grab bag, and songs by the
Scphomore Cabaret trio.

League To Hold
First Musical
Sunday Night
Affair Is Open To Public;
Maretta Martinek Is In
Charge OfProgram
The first musicale to be sponsored
ly the League, will be given at 7:30
p.m. Sunday night in the Ethel Foun-'
%ain Hussey room of the League. The
affair, which is informal in nature,
will be open to the public.
Maretta Martinek, '35SM, is chair-
man of the committee in charge. She
is assisted by Ann Farquar, "36,
Rachel Lease, '37, Rosanna Manches-
ter, '36, Elizabeth Moore, '36, Ruth
Boomhower, '36, Elizabeth Long, '36,
and Alma Wadsworth, '35.
This is the first time such a project
has been tried. It is expected that
other musicales will be given during
the course of the year. The Theater
and Arts committee, headed by Sue
Calcutt, '35, is in general charge of
all such affairs.
Program Is Announced
The program for the musicale in-
cludes piano selections by Phyllis
Warnick, '35SM, "Intermezzo, Opus
117, No. 2" and "Rhapsodie, Opus 79,
No. 1," both of Brahms. Hazel Paal-
man, Grad., contralto, will give three
vocal selections, "Verdi Prati," from
the opera "Alcina" by Handel, "There
Cried a Bird," by Sinding, and "Aria
of Polissena," from the opera "Radi-
misto," by Handel. Jean Hoover,
'36SM, will accompany Miss Paal-
man.
Elizabeth Mann, Grad., accompan-
ied by Helen Harrod, '35SM, will play
the first movement from Lalo's con-
certo for the violincello. A second
group of vocal solos will be given by
Mark Bills, '35SM, who is to sing
Carpenter's "May the Maiden," "King
Charles," by White, and "When I
Think Upon the Maidens," by Head.
The program will include a "Quar-
tet in G minor for piano and
strings," by Mozart. Helen Harrod,!
'35SM, pianist, Doris L. Hamill, Lit.,
violinist, Thor Johnson, Grad., violin-
ist, and Miss Mann, violincellist.
Alumnae Club

one. Bruce W. Klein, '36Ei is inf
charge of the dance, for which Al
Cowan's orchestra will play.

FOR SLIM PURSES

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Give Us Rhythm'Is 19th Union Lca'e T Give ThHILLEL GROUP MEETS
Us Rh thm~s 1thThe weekly Open House for inde-
..,onut Te Today 1 pendent and affiliated members of
Opera To Be Presented By Mimes 1 Hillel Foundation was held from 4
to 6 p.m. It was sponsored by the
The second monthly tea in a series Hillel Independent Group. Dorothy
By DAVE MacDONALD I opeias grew up. From that time for- for students will be given from 4 to Stern, '37, Gertrude Leve, '37SM, Rena
A name often heard in connection ward it was "The Mimes of the Mich- 6 p.mn. today in the ballroom of the Rubenstein, '38, Miriam Newman, '37,
vith Union operas, both past and igan Union" which produced the Y . All omen on campus are and Helen Kahn, '38, were in charge
oresent, but one whose meaning is shows and not the Union, which for- invited to attend. of arrangements.
:eldom understood is Mimes, honor- merly had acted in this capacity. Special feauies of the program in- - -- - --
ary organization. In later years the society expanded ' td' kit from the Sophomore Cab-
Mimes was first organized some- its activities. The Mimes Theatre arct. Bety Ann Beebe. '37, and Har-
aime in the school year 1911-1912, the came into existence, and plays, other riet Heath. '37, will perform a tap
idea for the society being conceived than the opera. were produced donme. and Ruth Ann Jernegan, '37,
by several members of the opera, thi'ougho-t the school year. s mem and Mary Peed, '37, will give a vocal
"Awakened Rameses," which was pro- bership, then as now, included not due. A local shop is also to present
duced in 1911. Consequently it is less only the members of the cast but thea cial display of Christmas gifts.
than five years after "Michigenda," members of student committees and M>s Fhcl McCormick, Miss Marie
the first Union opera, that Mimes leaders from all the groups connected Hanwig, Mrs. Wilbur Humphreys and e
came into existence. . with the production of the opera. Lz. Mabel Rugen will pour. Al Cow-
Thereafter, an entirely new rela- oh Ian's orchestra is to play for dancing.
tionship for the production of the Wih the alsconanuance of the Th,e will be bridge for those who
________ ______ Iopera after the 1929 production,______t'- r iitopa-.Tetaifreo
however, the main function of Mimes play.the tea is free of
a as gone, and the membership dwin-d hage.
WitrSao lddown to three or four members. ~~~_____~--_____-~~___
With these last survivors the idea of
Inauguratedhe revival of the opei'a took form,
5nauguratedByand last year's "With Banners Flying"
if was the final outcome of their initia-
Pledge Formals ie.
This year's production. "Give Us
Rhythm," to be produced Dec. 11 ~
This week-end opens the wnter through 16 in the Lydia Mendelssohn
social season for fraternities, soi on- Theatre is the 26th annual opera'to
ties and dormitories, who are enter-; be produced on the campus, and the
taining with pledge formals and in- 19th with which Mimes has had active
formal dances tonight. connection. Ir .
T h eta X i fratern ity w ill hold itssc d n a p g f r l t hn._ _
second annual pledge formal at the
League. About 300 couples are ex- Dr. Raphael Isaacs
pected to attend. Nate Fry's orchestra ive Hille T
will furnish the music. The dance ve 17 1 Lecture
will be chaperoned by 50 couples of
patrons and patronesses. Those who The third in a series of talks on
are arranging the dance are : Robert "The Jew in Science" was given last
Reed-Hill, '36E, Robert Thorne, '35E, night by Dr. Raphael Isaacs at the
Nelson Shaw, '35BAd., Graham Bat- Hillel Foundation. These lectures '1 ' '4 {Just what you need,..
ting, '35E, Richard Gerkensmeyer, have included such topics as the Jew- trim looking styles that
35, Grant Barnes, '37, Edward Mc- ish method of approach to problems fit smoothly over your
Cormick, '35BAd., and Russell Rund- of science, the methods used in draw- Have you seen the clever so tly ove your
quist, 35. ing conclusions, the use of the experi- scarf sets that smart co-eds sho stualid fasb-
Martha Cook dormitory is enter- mental method and use made of ob- eners...rst quality rub-
taining with an informal Christmas servation. The degree' of advance- are wearing on campus. ber in black or brown
party. Marion Bertsch, '35, is in ment as compared to that made by Wel, they came from Jacob-
charge. Mrs. George Codd and Miss contemporary medicine has also been son's and can be
Sarah Rowe will act as chaperones. studied.
Whit Lowe and his orchestra will purchased as low as
furnish the music. dance to be given by Theta Delta Chi
Trigon To Entertain fraternity. Franklin Bristol, '35, is
Trigon fraternity will hold its in charge of the dance. Mr. and Mrs.
pledge formal dance. Mr. and Mrs. Harcld Dorr and Mr. and Mrs. Ben,3 Snap
Richard C. Fuller and Mr. and Mrs. Groves will chaperone. Styles
Hubert M. Thompson will chaper- Closed Formal Planned

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To Hold Tea At I William Barndt, '37, is arranging
the dance to be given by the CouncilI
of Religion at Lane Hall. The Rend-
Lea ue Toda ezvous orchestra will furnish the
9 music.
George Wheller and his Blue Col-
A musicale and tea will be held by legians will play for the open formal'
the Ann Arbor group of Michigan
Alumnae at 3 p.m. today in the SWIMMING CLUB TO MEET
Grand Rapids Room of the League. The Swimming Club will hold its
Mrs. Mabel Ross Rhead, associate regular swimming meeting at 9:30
professor of piano in the School of a.m. today in the Union pool, accord-
Music, and Miss Marion Struble Free- ing to Betty Howard, '36Ed., W.A.A.
man, who has a private studio of swimming manager. Miss Irene Field,'
piano here, will present the first part instructor in physical education, will
of the program. Four movements of coach the members in the speed
"Sonata in A Major" by Cesar Franck stroking and diving. The club is pre-
will 4ge played. The second part of the paring for a meet Jan. 19 with Uni-
program will be given by Hazel Paal- versity High School.
man, '35SM, contralto, who will be ac-I
companied by Mrs. Rhead. I About 4,920 tons of dried beef were
An exhibition of Filipino hand exported from Rio Grande do Sul,
weaving and needle work will be on Brazil during September.
display in the League during the --
tea This collectionhas been gath- I
ered by Mrs. Joseph R. Hayden, for- t XMAS SUGGESTIONS
merly of Ann Arbor, who is now re-
siding in the Philippine Islands, at ^
where Dr. Hayden is serving as vice- I
governor. CARLSON
Mrs. Homer Heath is in charge of
the tea following the program. She Eastman Kodaks
will be assisted by Mrs. Samuel Don- Perfures and Atomizers
aldson, Mrs. W. C. Trow, and Mrs. 4
Earl V. Moore. Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher , Ladies' and Gentlemen's
and Mrs. Alfred H. White will pour.r Toilet Sets
Mrs. Edward S. Adams is hospitality
hairman. Christmas Cards
Anyone interested in joining the
organization is asked to attend this rimmings and Wrappers
econd meeting of the year. Those
~ttending the University may become' TL H CA R LSON
members upon paying the dues of oneCA LO
dollar and other women interested;RMAC
in sponsoring scholarships to the
University may become associate ] Z1S.12 University
members for the same fee.
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fSigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity willj/
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Jim Hosner and his orchestra will
play. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roderick
and Mr. and Mrs. David M. Reed will
act as chaperones. Karl Giller, '36, CLEARANCE SALE
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Les Voyageurs, will hold a party at O WI NTER HATS
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