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March 21, 1935 - Image 5

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Senior Supper
Precedes Gala
J.G.P. Opening

Takes "art In Skit

Caps And
First Time

Class Wears
Gowns For

Women in the senior class gath-
ered last night in the League for the
annual Senior Supper, culminating' in
the gala opening of this year's Jun-
ior Girls Play. The premiere of the
production is given traditionally for
the seniors, wearing caps and gowns
for the first time on this occasion.
Members of Mortarboard and Sen-
ior Society escorted the patronesses
into the ballroom. Barbara Suther-
land, '35, chairman of last year's
J.G.P., acted as mistress of ceremon-
ies during the dinner, introducing the
guests of honor and leading the sen-
ior song.
Preceding the presentation ofthe
play several senior women gave skits
from last year's production. Kath-
leen Carpenter, Beatrice Devine,
Charlotte Whitman, and Nan Diebel
had speaking roles, and the scrub-
women's chorus sang a number.
Billie Griffiths, Mary Ferris, and
Miss Whitman, the League vice-presi-
dents, were in charge of the Senior
The Lydia .Mendelssohn Theater
was thronged with first-nighters. The
front rows were reserved for mem-
bers of Mortarboard and Senior So-
ciety, while others in the fourth-year
class occupied blocks with their sor-
orities and zones.
In the balcony there was a large
group of faculty patrons and patron-
esses, including a group from the of-
fice of the Dean of Women and a
number of prominent faculty mem-
bers. Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven
was present dressed in a bright green
crepe gown banded in brown fur and
Dean Alice Lloyd, advisor to the jun-
ior women's project, wore rust crepe.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, was gowned in
green as was Dr. Margaret Bell. Mrs.
Byrl Bacher wore purple lace and
Miss Jeannette Perry a brown and
white print dress. Others noted at
the play included Dr. Helene Schutz,

Charlotte Whitman, '35, star of last I
year's J.G.P., was a member of the
group who entertained after Senior
Supper last night with skits from the
Miss Dorothy Ogburn, and Miss Mar-
ian Durrell.
Julie Kane, general chairman of
the project took her curtain call in
a salmon pink crepe formal with a
jacket accented by brown satin touch-
es. With her was Dorothy Shappell,
the author, wearing orange lace. Miss
Marie Hartwig, of the department of
physical education, who assisted Rus-
sel McCracken, the director, wore a
white hand knit gown as she appeared
with the cast and chairman after
the performance.
League, W.A.A. To Hold
Official Election Today
Elections for League and W.A.A.
officers will be held from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. today in University Hall.
All women are eligible to vote for
League officers, while only those
students with 50 W.A.A. points, as
indicated by the point list posted
on the bulletin board at Barbour
Gymnasium, are allowed to vote
for W.A.A. officers. Kate Landrum,
'37, will replace Jane Haber, '36, as
candidate for W.A.A. treasurer.

Positions For
Penny Carnival
Are Now Open
Studefits Desiring Jobs Are
To Leave Petition Slips
At Barbour Gymnasium
Students interested in petitioning
for committee positions on the Penny
Carnival, will leave slips before the
end of the week indicating their pref-
ernce as to type of work in the box
on the bulletion board of Barbour
Gymnasium or the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
The entertainment committee un-
der Patricia Potter, '37, wil arrange
.he skit which will be presented twice
luring the evening.
Members of the finance committee
'vill assist Adele Gardner, '37, in sell-
ng tickets the night of the Carnival.
Dance money will be collected by the
loor committee in charge of Kate
Landrum, '37. Members of this com-
mittee will also act as hostesses.
Committee members will assist
Jean Gourlay, '37, chairman of the
booth committee, supervise the con-
struction of the booths, and Edith
Frederick, '37, arrange the decora-
tions in the Waterman Gymnasium.
Poster work, under the guidance
of Eileen McManus. '36, chairman
of publicity, is open to women ex-
perienced in art.
Preliminary. committee meetings
are scheduled for next week, the Car-
nivaln being held April 20 in Barbour
Gymnasium and Waterman Gymnas-
Freshmen To
Hold Project
Meeting Today
There will be a mass meeting for
freshman women at 4:30 p.m. today
in the League ballroom. The meet-
ing will be under the supervision of
Margaret Curry, chairman of the

During the past few days various
houses havebeen busy with initiations,
pledging, and the election of officers.
Alpha Tau Omega
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity an-
nounces the following elections:
Francis Jury, '35, president; James
Bolton, '35, vice-president; William
Milne, '36, secretary; Thomas Clarke,
'37, treasurer; Samuel Maxwell, '37,
house manager.
Chi Phi
Chi Phi fraternity initiated the fol-
lowing during a recent ceremony:
Charles Brooks, '37, Albert Carlisle,
'38, Robert Hammond, '38, George
Harris, '38, Charles Henderson, '38,
John Moser, '38, John Mumford, '36,
William Orr, '36. John Seeley, '38,
Mason Stevens, '37, Stuart Wade, '38.
The pledging of Jack Staple, '38,
is also announced.
Delta Omicron
Members of the alumnae chapter of
Delta Omicron, national musical sor-
ority, entertained the patronesses, the
members of the active chapter and
their guests at a bridge supper at the
home of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven. The decorations carried out the
St. Patrick's day color scheme.
Delta Omicron announces the
pledging of Vera Ede, '38SM
Phi Epsilon Kappa
Phi Epsilon Kappa announces the
initiation of Donald S. Brownlee,
'35Ed., Sam M. Mummery, '37Ed.,
Robert Kunitz, '36Ed., and Merle
Kremer, '38Ed.
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Tau initiated the fol-
lowing men recently: Carleton Sher-
burne, '37, Robert Wikle, '35, Hillary
Everson, '37.
Sunday the fraternity celebrated
Founders' Day with a dinner at the
Phi Mu Alpha
The following men were initiated
into Phi Mu Alpha fraternity recent-
ly: David W. Mather, '37, Marshall C.
Sleet, '35SM, Charles E. Gilbert,
'37SM E. Dollin Silfries, '36SM, and
Raymond Kondratowicz, '35SM.
In the duplicate bridge game Tues-
day night at the League, the winners
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ensminger
with a score of 562, and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred D. Ehlers with 552. East and
West the winners were Mrs. Will Hal-
stead and Miss Hilda Heusel with 51,
and Ed Miller and B. Dushnik with
50 2.
Tickets For Installation
Banquet To Go On Sale
Tickets for the Installation Ban-
quet wil go on sale between 3 and
5 p.m. today in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. The sale will
continue tomorrow and Friday.
Tickets are priced at 75 cents. Bar-
bara Sutherland, '35, is in charge.

Practice For
Aquatic Mbeet
To BeToday
Kappa Alpha Theta Will
Defend Title March 26
Against Contenders
Last practices for the intramural
swimming meet, which will be held
Tuesday, March 26, in the Union
pool, are scheduled for 8:30 to 9:30
p.m. today and 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sat-
urday in the Union pool.
Each entry must report at one of
the practices to be timed and, unless
she passed the physical examination
last fall, go to the Health Service
for a heart and lung re-check.
As has been customary in previous
years, the Physical Education De-
partment will pay part of each stu-
dent's entrance fee into the Union
pool the night of the meet.
Kappa Alpha Theta, the defending
champion, will participate with Chi
Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Alpha Phi, Theta Phi Alpha,
Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Col-
legiate Sorosis, Mosher Hall, Jordan
Hall, and a non-affiliated team.
Such record holders as Polly Mit-
chell. '37; Betty Howard, '36Ed., Hen-
rietta Freud, '36, Mary Montgomery,
'37, are out to defend their titles.
Skill is not essential to entering the
meet, however, as the get-together
is intended to be recreational.
SWhere To "Go
Aretion Pictures: Majestic, "Ro-
berta" with Fred Astaire; Whitney,
"The Captain Hates the Sea" with
Walter Connolly and "House on 56th
Street" with Kay Francis; Wuerth,
"Murder in the Clouds" with Lyle
Talbot and "His Double Life" with
Roland Young; Michigan, "The En-
chanted April" with Ann Harding.
Drama: Lycia Mendelssohn, "Tune
In On Love" presented by the women
of the junior class, open at 8:30 p.m.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
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