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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sororities To
Hold Exchange
Dinners Today
Eight Women Initiated In-
to Alpha Phi Chapter
Recently
Exchange dinners between sororities
are being held this week in the series
arranged between the different chap-
ters. Faculty dinners and initiations
also feature in the activities of the
houses.
Alpha Chi Omega
Members of the faculty were en-
tertained at the Alpha Chi Omega
sorority at a dinner last night. Those
attending were: Prof. and Mrs. Waldo:
M. Abbot, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur S.
Aiton, Dr. Samuel Moore, Dr. and.
Mrs. Peter Okkelberg, Dr. Luther
Purdom, Dr. Louis Strauss, Mrs. Byrl
Bacher_ and Mrs_ C_ Barrnes. Marjr- .

Union Opera Da ne Numbers
Denote Professional Training:
A glimpse into the background of + hand and contrary to other reports,
the student instructors of the dance has never taken any dancing lessons
;roups in "Give Us Rhythm," 26th and has never taken part in a pro-
annual Union Opera now playing at fessional production. His early train-
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, reveals ing came in a boy's camp where he
qualifications based on both a pro- took part in the regular camp group:
sessional and of an amateurish expe- on Indian dances. Since that time
rience. he has spent some time teaching the
Dance groups in the show furnish dances at the same camp.
a variety of arrangements, ranging Slack's earliest connection with a
fi om a tap routine in the second large production was also in high,
scene to the syncopated, rhumba- school, Crescent High School in Grand
timed rhythm operation in the last Rapids. Here he directed a vaudevillej
act. Critics have called the dance performance and had opportunity toI
numbers excellent but too few in learn some general routines.
number. In the opera Slack has directed,
Richard Moriarity, '36E, who does a with the help of, Russel McCracken
specialty tap number in the show and and Truman Smith, the specialty
who also trained the tap chorus, re- rhythm numbers which have attract-
ceived his first dance training in ed such favorable notice from critics.
Phoenix, Arizona, where he lives. In the preparation of the opera
His earliest experience with a chor- much writing and organizing had toE
us was the training of a group of boys be done in order to produce the de-
for the Phoenix High School "Boys' sired dance arrangements. The first
Follies." Following this, Moriarity dance number, the tap routine which1

ne Is Held Disney Has Nothing On Cabaret; I
y Women's Pseudo Psymphony Psure Psilly'
Walt Disney has nothing on the bow, and Flip the Frog, in yellow and
Scphomore Cabaret. When the central purple. In addition there are plaques
s i c Is Furnished By committee decided on the Pseudo of an orange fish swimming over
er From Deto Psilly Psymphony for the theme of lavender waves, the Little Red Hen
'c estra From Detrolithis year's cabaret, which is to be in a green bonnet and red skirt, the
aeht Club given Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14 Pig and Sailor Duck in pink and blue,
and 15 at the League, its greatest the Turtle and Mickey and Minnie
Faculty Women's Club of Ann problem was to find decorations which Mouse driving along in their red
held its annual recepti~n and would be suitable. and yellow automobile, dressed in
from 9 to 12 p.m. yesterday Its difficulty was soon solved when matching colors.
ballroom of the League. Dance a decorations committee was found The decorations committee is head-
was furnished by the Detroit that was capable of portraying those ed by Dorothy Geldart. She is assisted
Club orchestra and card tables famous animal people. The twelve by Marie Mette, Mary Loise Willough-
set up in the Ethel Fountain pictures of these characters have been by, Mae Herdan, Anne Smith, Mary
y Room for those who wanted put on four by six foot plaques, and Collen, Ruth Anne Jernegen, Mary
y cards. will be hung all around the ballroom. Lambie, Helen Schmidt, Mary Mar-
Emil Lorch, president of the The decoration committee hunted garet Campbell, Mary Nielson, Alice
.hoemi orhe dentroyalthuefor Jack Ralston in order to have him Ostermann, Sara Clancey, and Jean
hose for the dance a royal blue furnish the satire in the decoration Hoffman.
with silver beading decorating scheme. He has consented to draw
ng sleeves, slit from the should- the faces of 24 of the most prom0
the wrists. The back of the 3ent people on campus. The results of 300 Acres Leelonou County
was also slit from the neckline ntpeleoca usThrsltso
ewast a rs.t Jromh n eckdlinehis drawings are startling, to say the 4500 ft. frontage on Traverse Lake,
waist. Mrs. John Sundwall' least. These pictures will be hung all 1320 ft, frontage on Lake Michigan,
mer president of the organiza- about 16 acres virgin timber, 1 miie
Nas seen in a cream colored lace around the orchestra pit. Ty Felker off M-22. Ideal location for Boys' or
heads the list of the prominent people Girls' camp or for subdividing. Write
I with a cape and a short train. Tto be portrayed.STATEaBANK OF CEDAR, Cedar,
hort peplum featured the blue

TRIANGLE
Triangle fraternity honored three
new members at an initiation ban-
quet held Friday. The initiates were:
Richard Knoble, '37E, Charles Greer,
'35E, and Wayne Nichols, '35E.
Carl Miller was the speaker at the
banquet, and the guests included
Prof. Harry Bouchard, Prof. Edward
Stalker, and Prof. Walter Sadler.

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, alluvi.%-. . u appeared as a chorinen .aFanchoni
ie Oostdyk, '35, was in charge of the and Marco revue directed by Hubt
dinner for which Christmas decora- Shaw, dance artist.I
tions were used. Robert Slack, '35, on the other
Alpha Phiw
Eight girls were initiated into Al- A i11W/T T ai
pha Phi Saturday. They are Mary AAr a . t
Agnew, '36, River Forest, Ill.; Doris C sDi
Everett, '37, Sault Ste. Marie; Ber- Ch istmas Din er i
tine Lehman, '36, Detroit; Jane Reed,
'36, Dayton, O.; Jane Pitcher, '37, The Junior and the Senior groups
Highland Park; Anne Smyth, '37, De- of the Ann Arbor branch of the
troit; Judy Trosper, '37, Ann Arbor, American Association of University
and Marian Whitney, '37, Berkeley, Women held a joint Christmas dinner
Calif., at 6:15 p.m. yesterday in the League.
Mrs. Earl Cress, of Detroit, and Members of the senior group will
Mrs. H. Kollig, Ann Arbor, were escort junior members in to dinner
alumnae speakers at the banquet fol-I and the juniors will present the pro-
lowing the initiation. gram.
Out of town guests included Miss A skit from the play "Evergreen
Eileen Kinnaue, Miss Elaine Skimin, Tree" by Percy MVcK aye will be pre-t
and Miss Evelyn Lehman, all of De- rented on the program of which Mrs.
troit. Vernor Dick is in charge. Other fea-
tures in the entertainment will be aT
Delta Zeta tap dance givenrbyMarie Hartwig,
Delta Zeta sorority entertained instructor in the physical education
some of the faculty at an informal department, and special music ar-f
dinner last night. Adele Gardner, '37, ranged by Laurene Prouse.t
was in charge. The members of the cast for the,
The dining room tables were deco- skit to be presented are: Madeline
rated with holly sprigs around minia- Rlouse, Corrine Fries, Mrs. R. C.j
ture Christmas trees, and were lighted Schulite, Susan Manchester, Alice
by tall green tapers. Stevens, Tresse Musil, Mrs. R. W.
The guests that were present were: Hammett, Sarita Davis, Jessie and
Prof. and Mrs. Richard D. Hollister, Alice Bourquin, and Miriam Highley.
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur W. Smith, Prof. -- 1
and Mrs. James Hamilton, Prof. and c
Mrs. Walter A. Reichert, Prof. Warn- charge of arrangements at Kappa
er F. Pattersorn, and Prof. Camillo P. Alpha Theta. l
Merlino. anSorosis
KMerlAino.het Sorosis and Alp~ha Phi sororities
Kappa Alpha 'theta held exchange dinners last night for
Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa which the juniors from the Sorosise
Kappa Gamma are having an ex- chapter exchanged with the Alpha b
change dinner tonight. The Juniors Phi seniors.
from the Kappa house will dine at Theta Phi Alpha
the Theta house, and the Sophomores Theta Phi Alpha sorority and Kap-o
and Seniors from the latter house pa Delta will hold an exchange din-T
will be entertained at Kappa Kappa ner tonight. Juniors from each house
Gamma. Mary Garrettson, '36, is in will represent their sororities.1
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was directed by moriarity, was devised
to fit the lively theme song, "Give Us
Rhythm.''
The rhythm dance in which the
seductive and the puritanical sides
to "Flossie's" nature are represented
was devised to fit the mood and lyrics
of the song, "Good For Nothing
Baby."_
Dr. Bell States
Importance Of
Test For T. B.
"One of the most important stud-
ies carried on by any University. at
this time is the study of tuberculosis
among women students," declared Dr.
Margaret Bell, director of physical

own wocrn hby' Mfrs. Robert H. I- Amonojin tsii on, uji iliL are: ,jean

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Lord. Mrs. Harry W. Hann and Mrs.'
Harley Haynes also chose blue. Mrs.
Hann's dress was moire with silver
flowers at the shoulder.
Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski appeared
in an emerald green velvet dress with
sleeves reaching the elbow. Mrs.
James D. Bruce wore a brown lace
and Mrs. John V. Fopeano wa's also
seen in lace in a shade of red. Mrs.
Charles A. Sink was charmingly
garbed in light blue crepe, the dressI
having a short jacket with flaring
sleeves.
Ten Women Pledged
To Speech Society

Entering wome in 1931 wereth Pledging services for the women
Entering women in 1931 were the elected to membership in Athena, lit-
first students to be examined. These erary and forensic society, were held
tests conducted under the guidance last night in the Athena room in An-
and with the active support of the gell Hall. Mary Mildred Murphy, '35.1
tMedical School and TuberculosisM vice-president, was in charge of
Unthave bee continued everye y ai gmnteien r nyt
sine 131 Dr Jon arnellisin !arrangements for the ceremony at
sichre o1931.TuDr.oiBarnelis which the president, Katherine Stoll,
charge of the Tuberculosis Unit. ,37L, officiated.
The tuberculin skin test and chest'
X-rays were given to 850 women in The women pledged were Virginia'
1931 and of those X-rayed 20 per Bell, '37, Sara Clancey, '37, Elaine
cent were shown to have old healed Cobo, '37, Betty Evans, '36, GraceI
tuberculosis. Individual advice was Gray, '36, Jean Greenwald, '37, Elsie
given to these students. Kessel, '37, Ruth LeRoux, '36, Bar-
"To protect the student and the bara Lutts, '36, and Virginia York, '36.
community," said Dr. Bell, "we plan After the pledging ceremony there
to re-test and X-ray the 98 women was a social meeting planned by Lil-
enrolled in the University whose tu- lian Rosen, '36, program chairman.

iSeeley, Bid Cutting, Julie Kane, Mary
Morrison, Betty Aigler, Philip Single-
ton, Sally Pierce, Al McCombs, Carl
Hilty, Jean Keller, Hilda Kirby, and
Dave Zimmerman.
The animal pictures are now being
painted with vivid colors of calcimine
paint. One of the most striking
plaques is the one portraying two
penguins. These polar birds have been
given ice cream cones which they
have considerable trouble holding.
Then too, there is Clarabel the Cow
all dressed up in green and red. Peter
Rabbit is wearing a sweater with '37
painted in bright colors.
A little farther on is the Flying
Mouse in a lavender suit with a little
e jacket, Pluto the Dog, dressed in
yellow and brown with a lavenderI
Forensic Societies
Debate Question Of
Long'sCandidacy,
Spirited political discussion was the
order of the evening last night when
Adelphi and Alpha Nu, speech so-
cieties, met to debate the question:
"Resolved that Huey P. Long be
elected President of the United' States
in 1936."
The Adelphi team upheld the af-
firmative of the question, basing their
arguments upon material sent to the
organization special delivery and air-
mail in reply to a frantic telegram
requesting the cooperation of the
Senator himself in this important
step in his campaign. Using a Bibli-
cal text, "The Prophet of the earth
is for all" the Adelphi supported Sen-
ator Long's platform of more equal
distribution of wealth
Alpha Nu speakers, while admitting
that the opponent's candidate is a
'great guy," objected strenuously to
his nomination on the grounds that
he lacks the charm, grace, and ro-
mance required by the American
people. To fulfill these requirements
Alpha Nu proposed a prominent facul-
ty member as a candidate.
No decision was rendered as the
judge, Prof. John H. Muyskens, of
the speech department, failed to ar-
rive
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Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Whitney, "Baby
Take a Bow" with Shirley Temple

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._ _ _and "Once to Every Bachelor" with
Neil Hamilton; Wuerth, "Dr. Monica"
with Kay Francis and "She Learned
About Sailors" with Lew Ayres; Ma-
jestic, "The Gay Divorcee" with Fred
[s Selected For Astaire; Michigan, "Flirtation Walk."
Lectures: Oratorical Association,i
D * Lowell Thomas, "Adventures on the
Air and Around the World," 8:30
p.m., Hill Auditorium.
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Before an audience of over 1,000.
persons, a dance group composed of
members of rhythm classes, Play
Production, and Dance Club present-
ed a modern dance demonstration last
night at Jackson High School, Jack-
son. Miss Emily White, instructor
in physical education, directed' the
rehearsals.
The group was invited to show their
work for the purpose of interesting
the audience in this form of art.
Fundamental techniques, rhythmic
studies, compositional devices and
dances were given.
Students who were selected to take
part in the demonstration were:
Collin Wilsey, '35, Julia Wilson, '36,
Marjorie Evans, Grad., Vera New-
brough, '35, Frances Redden, Ed.,
Bessie Curtis, '36Ed., Oren Parker,
Grad., Dick Stannard, '37SM, Charles
Maxwell, '37, Nathan Katzman, '36-
Ed., Gertrude Penhale, '36Ed., Althea
Liske, '35Ed., Rosemary Klug, '35Ed.,
Beatrice Lovejoy, '38, Dan Schurz,
'36, and Josephine Ball Brokaw.
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srama rcs: i cniganunion opera,
"Give Us Rhythm," 8:30 p.n'., Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.j
URGE COMMUNIST BAN
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. - (A' - A
proposal to outlaw Communistic ac-
tivities in America on the ground the
movement "bears the torch of revolu-
tion by violence" was distributed to-
day by the directors of the Chamberj
of Commerce of the United States.

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