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'AY, JANUARY 9, 1935

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE YIVE

Junior W onen
Will Pay Tax
For Class Play
Hiscock, Head Of Finance'
Committee, Announces
$1 Assessment
Announcement of the system to bel
used this year in collecting the assess-
ments which will be used for the sup-
port of the Junior Girls Play was
made yesterday by Margaret Hiscock,
finance chairman. Every one of the
484 women in the Junior class will be
assessed $1 as her contribution to the
activity, Miss Hiscock stated.
Collections will be made from each
woman at her place of residence
sometime within the next two weeks.
Ann Arbor residents who are sorority
members are an exception to this rule'
however, for they will be assessed
together with the sorority.
Members of the finance committee
have been assigned to collect from
the various dormitcries, sororities,
and league houses. Eleanor Bierkamp
will have charge of Mosher Hall and
Ella Miller of Jordan Hall. Betsy
Barbour and Helen Newberry resi-
dents will pay their assessments to
Lillian Rosen, Martha Cook to Jane
Heath, and Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha
Delta Pi, Kappa Delta, Phi Sigma
Sigma, and Zeta Tau Alpha to Hazel
Hanlon. Alpha Xi Delta and Pi Beta
Phi will ay to Gertrude Jean ,Kappa

White Paiama Hat With Black Trim Is Featured League Plans
New PolicyIn
Dance Series

Miami Weather Report Is Fair And Warmer

'Silver Grill' Is Name Of
Redecorated Ballroom To
Be OpenedFriday
Ccrnpletely redecorated and re-
named the "Silver Grill," the ballroom
of thc League will open Friday night
for a new series of week-end dances.
Every Friday and Saturday night
thereafter a completely new policy
will function. The League radio trio,
ccmpcsed of Maxine Maynard, '35.
Mary Morrison, '35, and Jean Seeley.
'36, is to offer vocal selections-as part
of the entertainment program.
An entirely different floor plan is
being arranged with a large central'
dance space and small tables grouped
around the floor. Small silver lamps
by the walls and dim silver ceiling
lighting will carry out the novel dec-
craticn scheme. The entrance will also
rl;eat the theme with silver curtains
and silver background.
Al Cowan's band is to play reg-
:lav y. The admission charge under
the new plan is $1 a couple, 50 cents
of which may be ordered in food.
The League Grill downstairs will
return at the same time to its former
policy. The fountain and cafeteria
service will be open on week-end
nights without dancing.

Inerfraternity
Ball To Feature
Spitalny'k Band
Date For Annual Dance
Set For Jan. 18; To Be
Held In Union
Maurice Spitalny, whose band will
play for the annual Interfraternity
Ball, Friday, Jan. 18, in the Union,
is the third of three brothers to lead
a dance band and all of them got
their start in Cleveland.
Although Maurice is remembered
chiefly in- Cleveland for his work as
director of the State, Allen, and Pal-
ace theater pit-bands, he and his 14-
piece band also played at the well-
known Chatterbox Restaurant of the
St. Nicholas Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio,
for six months. His band also played
several weeks at the Casino Restau-
rant in the World's Fair in 1933.
All last summer he played on the
Great Ship Seeandbee for the floor
show and dancing for World's Fair
voyages.
Spitalny features Bill Sherman as
his vocalist. Sherman was with Gus
Edward's review for three years. Eddy
Sandson, know'n as one of the coun-
try's outstanding trumpet pLayers is
also with Spitalny. He was former-
ly with Paul Whiteman, and Jean
Goldkette.
Maurice and his band also pre-
sented radio programs over WTAM
Cleveland, as the Hupmobile Muske-
teers, Fox Fur Trappers, and Hinkle
Flour sponsors.
Tickets are priced at $2 and the
dance will be limited to 350 couples.
They may be obtained through the
following students, all members of the
Ball committee: Paul Phillips, '36,
publicity, George Williams, '36, tick-
ets, Richard Gallagher, '36, decora-
tions, Irving Glasser, '36, Carl Fer-
ner, '36, John Mann, '37, Joseph Hin-
shaw, '37, Derby Allington, '37, and
Roe Watson, '37.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Mothers and Fathers of the active
members of Collegiate Sorosis were
entertained at tea Sunday. Mrs.
Roberson presided over the tea table,
and Dorothy Utley, '36, was in charge
of the party.

-associated Press ooto.
Nickey Miko and Harriet Riley of New York are shown splashing
back to shore after enjoying a swim in the warm waters of Miami, Fla.,
where the weather is fair and warm and rain doesn't fall every day.

-Associated Press Photo.
Included in the list of spring and summer fashions is this white

w- panama hat trimmed in black. The edge of the brim is black straw and{
Kappa Gamma M~ue and Delta Gmat
acress the top is a black ribbon tied iii a bow in the middle of the top
Irene_____________ J a pbl carves 1Of right
to Eleanor Bierkamp. ____ ____ __._ __,_,___
Jane Arnold will collect from Kappa Colors Are Smart,
Alpha Theta and Chi Omega, Jean Sp ss N To Speak For Warm For Winter
Shaw from Collegiate Sorosis, GammaSportsGasses earingClimaxF
Ph~i Beta, and Alpha Phi, and Mary
Neill is in charge of Delta Zeta and Draws Close W om en s Club After experiencing cold winter
Theta Phi Alpha. A s S m serD a sToC o e winds, and something akin to a stiff-
Ann Arbor women who are unaffil-sh necked sensation, one finally realizes
Prof. Oscar J. Campbell of the Eng-( that polo coats or fur collars are not{
iated will pay Dorothy Armstrong and Sports classes are reaching a climax ing champions, Martha Cook Build- lish department will speak to the ahbthf sufficint defenses. A good, old-
the League houses have been divided now that the semester is drawing to ing, and the independents will offer Ann Arbor Junior Group of the Amer- fashioned muffler is necessary. But
so that 104 S. Ingalls and 206 S. a close. Several tournaments are com- plenty of competition," promised Miss ican Association of University Wom- ldfasionedsar.
Thayer pay to Lillian Rosen, and 714 mencing while others are in full swing. Marie Hartwig, instructor in physical en at the dinner meeting to be held theyre not old-fashioned anymore
E. University, 836 E. University, and For the first time the intramural education. at 6:15 p.m. today in the League. Theyre bright, cheery, warm and
724 E. University to Betty Evans. Lowling tournament is matching The independent women have en-sIb in.
Gertrude Jean is in charge of teams composed of three women tered five teams which is more than Professor Campbells speech will be Most of the scarves have hats to
League houses at 700 Tappan, 503 E. against one another instead of mak- they ever have before. This increased Ionetion wt the gen theme match. These sets are appealing be-
Madison, and of Adelia Cheever, Mar- ing the individuals compete. Jane interest is attributed to the zoning ofcthe t hfthause they come in almost any type.
garet Hiscock of 719 Church, 1208 Haber, '36, is in charge of the con- system initiated last fall by Senior in the arts which the junior group is There is the simple ascot scarf in
Hill, and 1402 Hill, and Jane Arnold test. Society. carrying out. He will speakon some either plain shades or plaids. They
of Alumnae House, 536 Elm, 1029 The list of competitors is posted in Rifle scores are now being posted for come in brushed wool, knit, velveteen
Vaughn. the bowling allies of Palmer Field the intramural tournament, accord- New York City during the holidays, or a soft, velvety material that looks
Other League houses which have House. The first match must be played ing to Patricia Woodward, '35, who using them to develop the modern like fur. The hats are berets in every
isi hre. ftesot.Ternetendencies in the drama.stlanshpwhpo-olce
only one junior will be contacted by off by Friday, Jan. 8. The team mak- is in charge of the sport. The range style and shape, with pom-poms, laced
Jane Haber, assistant finance chair- ing the highest score for the two in the " basement of Palmer Field Among the plays which Professor or the old stocking hat that we used
man. strings wins. House is open from 4 to 6 every Campbell will discuss are "Dods- to wear in grammar school.
Students entered in the badminton daay. worth" a dramatization of Sinclair Brushed wool is warm and looks
tournament may play Monday after- Fencing practice will be held at 4 Lewis' book of the same name which as soft as it feels. A very new set
M ang Cam u s noon, Wednesday evening, or Satur- pm. today in Waterman Gymnasium. came out last year, and Lillian Hell- is the Scotch plaid velveteen which
day morning. Gertrude Morris, '35Ed., Dr. George May, professor of physical man's "The Children's Hour" which oces with the charming "soldier"
organized the tournament, education, will coach. Although no he considers the best offering of the
Engagem ents Following the preliminaries which tournament is being held in this sport, season. The Theater Guild's pro- cas Then there are wool andasct
were run off before Christmas vaca- participants receive intramural credit duction of "Valley Forge" will be dis-sve stslwice noesot
Are Announced tion, the elimination tournament in for participating, cussed as well as "Within the Gates" sare uttn n back and here again
basketball will start this week. Nine bySean O'Casey. Several recent the turtle-neck appears. A very dif-
games will be played this week and I Russian plays will also be included ferent set is a tie-in-back chocolate
if possible the winners of these . fJin the discussion.
Several Students Reveal matches will play again. brown collar with pom-poms at the
D W *] ed ofthelace an a lcedberet.
Betrothals Irn Holidayan An interciass basketball committee -_nd oetTher e also a dpo- a tlac the end
headed by Elizabeth Oberdier, 37Ed CHAPTERthe es
Season will observe the players. Women.dis- "AH of the ties.
tinguishing themselves in the intra- H eld At U nion ACTIVITY NOTES
Many engagements of University mural tournament will be appointed . A W. Angell Will Speak
students were announced during va- to membership on the class teams. In
cation. like manner the Varsity will be se Mrs. W. V. Marshall Heads Vacation days did not put a stop To Club On Sculporing
Aneggmn noucddrn ested from players i iter as on-Vcto asddntptas
An engagement announced during etCommittee; Dinners To to fraternity parties, some being held Carleton W. Angell of the Univer-
the Christmas holidays was that of "Betsy Barbour House, the defend- Precede Affair in various parts of the state. With sity Museums staff will speak to the
Ellen Bicknell, '35, Muskegon, to the resuming of classes, several soror- arts and crafts division of the Wom-
Frank Wilson, Muskegon. The an- . t ities are giving dinners ifi honor of en's Club of Ann Arbor at 2:30 p.m.
nouncement was cleverly made at an orority Alumnae he thirA of a series of five forl members of the faculty. Thursday at the home of Mrs F A
afternoon tea on Dec. 25 at the Bick- *' FautIlm acswl ehl im h htn,10 adi v.Po
ne1 esdnc. mlltasSigma Phi Whiting, 1109 Baldwin Ave. Po
nell residence. Small tags were 'tied lae Ainual Dance at 9 p.m. today in the ballroom of the Sigma Phi frat
handle of ac Unon. Preceding the dance will be igaPifarity ente tamned atI fessor Angell will demonstrate his
with white ribbon to the Uni ofcdin gven by two parties during vacation. On Dec. talk, which will be on sculpture work.
the teacups with the couple's name a numberofdnesgvnb mem- I.'
the au ithm The Detroit Pan-Hellenic Associa- benmofefacun-28 a tobcggan party was held in Tea will be served following the
pr inted on the tag. The Dtroit Ha-Henenic Asocia-bersoo thelfculty
i Bicknel chose a charming tea tion has made announcement of a Prof. Newton S. Bement of the Grcnd Haven at the home of Miller speech. Mrs. Carl Rufus is chair-
Ms dance to be held by that organization French department and Mrs. Bement She wood, '37E, and n Dec. 29 a man for the meeting.
gown f heiotroe ble trimed oith Jan. 19 in the Crystal Ballroom will entertain a group of 14 in a ri- dioner dance was held at the Pantlind____________
a red sash, and fashioned with a short I te BookCadillacg4 pr- Hotel Supper Club in Grand Rapids.
train for her announcement party. d Seel's orchestra will furnish table wil be decorated with ivory C Pi Beta Phi Church Sorority Gives
The wedding date has been set for music for the partyt which is an an- candles and a bowl of irises ji Afaculty dinner will be held to-
some time in April or May. Miss , jonquils, Pav At Dinner Meeting
nual affair. and other spring flowes. night at the Pi Beta Phi house in
BAlpha Phi Tickets are priced at $2 a couple Another dinner party will be giv- honor of Prof. and Mrs. Michael S. Kappa phi, sororityfor Methodist
sorority. an are obtainable through the var- Frtet r er .Knal
Announced At Tea yiand srotalnae rghitions en by Prof. Charles L. Jamison of the sand Di. H M. Kendal", women, held one of its regular din-
A ius sorority alumnae organizations Prof. and Mrs. Robert B. Hall, Mr ner meetings last night at Stalker
Another engagement of iterest or at the door of the ballroom. The s. bsis adiraton and and Mrs. Floyd K. Riley, Prof. and Hall. The program for the evening
that was announced during the win- dance is open to sorority members and win Avenue al Mrs. Roy W. Sellars, Fredrick H. Al- consisted of a play, "Christian Citi-
ter vacation is that of Dorothy Bolton, University students. M Aveue. drich, Prof. Lewis G. Vandervelde, zenship" by Marion Lela Norris.
'a6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis The committee in charge of ar- Membrs ofte Facuty Women sprof, and Mrs. Howard Y. McCluskey,
D. Bolton, to Dr. A. Duane Beam. iangemicts consists of Mrs. Forest E. Club who form the committee for the Prof. and Mrs. Dwight L. Dumond, The play was directed by Phyllis
The announcement was made at a i McKee, chairman, Mrs. Harry Ray- i dance are Mrs. W. V. Marshall, chair- Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Hornberger, Huston, '37, and those taking part
small tea before a few intimate mend, Mrs. R. R. Nett, Mrs. D. R. man, and Mrs. James M. Cork, Mrs. Pro) and Mrs. Marc Denkinger, Mr. were Betty Reading, '37, Bertha Kolb,
friends of the family on Dec. 22 in the Himm, and Mrs. H. C. Pringle. Paul C. Wagner. Mrs. James K. Pol- and Mrs. Otto Graf, and Peyton '38, Florence Hartsuff, '35, Mary Lun-
Bolton residence in Indian Village, - lock, Mrs. Charles L. Brown, Mrs. Stapp. ny, '35, Harriet Breay, '37, and Doro-
Detroit. ALPHA NU TO MEET Donal Hamilton Haines, and Mrs. L. Phi Sigma Sigma thy Armstrong, '36.
For her announcement tea, Miss Alpha Nu will hold an open forum F. Rittershofer. Music will be fur- Phi Sigma Sigma sorority is enter-
Bolton chose a long, black silk dress discussion tonight on the question of nished by the Union orchestra. taining tonight with a dinner for
accented with white taffeta collar and juvenile delinquency and its rela- Dean Lloyd, and Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher' ere l ODo
cuffs. Miss Bolton is a member of tion to crime. The program will be Michigan Dames Hear ;and Miss Jeanette Perry, assistants
Collegiate Sorosis. No date has been under the direction of Clifford .to the dean. Miss Ethel McCormick
Grove '36 Associate Of Mahatma will also be a guest.
set as yet for the wedding. Gr'ope, 3. Motion Pictures: Michigan, Earl
Betrothal Told There will also be a short busi- 1 Tarini P. Sinha. Grad., who has Moton Pitues Michi n,
Josephine Woodhams, '34, Plain- ness meeting at which plans will be been associated with Mahatma Gand-i Athenia T OPledge "Convention City" with Joan Blondell
well, announced her engagement to made for initiation ceremories to hi, was the main speaker at the gen- g and "Men of the Night" with Judith
Cyrus V. Kean, '35, at a dinner party be held next week. eral meeting of the Michigan Dames 7r1 cee At Meetill1 Allen; Wuerth, "The Return of the
for 20 guests on Christmas night. Miss at 8:15 p.m. yesterday at the Mich- _ Terror" with Mary Astor and "Scarlet
Woodhams chose a black velvet model igan League. Empress" with Marlene Dietrich, Ma-
with a white lace jacket for the din- Transjers Will Meet Mr. Sinha was born in India where Athena, forensic society, will hold estic, "Have a Heart" with Jean Par-
ner. Miss Woodhams was affiliated For Athletic Points he became acquainted with Mahatma an important busess meetg at icr and I Sell Anythin with Pat
wjth Collegiate Sorosis sorority. No ' Gandhi..Before coming to the Uni- 7:30 p.m. today in the Athena room 'Bian.
date has been set for the wedding. Transfers who have sent back versty,. he attended Oxford as well on the fourth floor of Angell Hall:H
Thompson-Reif Troth to their colleges to get a record of as many other leading universities. He Pledging services will be held for Dancing: Hut Cellar.
peke on "The Problems of Northern Elsie Kessel, '37, Grace Gray, '37, and
During the Christmas season Dr. their athletic points, may meet on "Te n Geen,'d, '77.
and Mrs. E. M. Thompson announced to check them at the League Indmiap nd hJean Greenwald, '37.
teengagement of their daughter, Thursdy fo 1am o1 This program was presented by the" Plansfrteyaaetohld-
EiaemEet R teir'3 sonr Tf n rsWA from 11 a.m. to 12 e study group of the Michigan Dames bates with other speech organiza- CCHOOL OF NURSING
Dr. and Mrs. . E. Reif. They are transfer credits. g which is under the leadership of Mrs. tions and also to have exhibition de- of YALE UNIVERSITY
bot. an residens.CE.Pitt.ha., transfandcredits.Charles Ranous. Mrs. A. H. White is bates. The date for taking the an-
beth residents of Pittsburgh, Pa., and faculty adviser. nual picture will be set. PROESION
will be married after Miss Thompson's__THE COLLEGE WOMAN
graduation from Sweetbriar College Spy Drama To Be Given The thirty months' course, pro-
in June. Art Le A[.viding an intensive and varied
y June._By Art Cinema ALeagueexperience through the case study
SdImethod, leads to the degree of

Former Student Is
Diplomatic Att ache
Kao-Ru Hayashi, who attended the
University last year is at present in
Washington, D. C. assuming active
duties there as an attache of the for-
eign embassy, according to correspon-
dence received by Pres. Alexander
G. Ruthven and Prof. J. Raleigh Nel-
son. counsellor to foreign students.
Each attache selected is given the
opportunity of studying for a term
of ene year at any university in the
United States to prepare them for the
.woik they will take up in Washing-
ton. At present Toshio Sasaki is in
the University also preparing for his
office of an attache.
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