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March 24, 1935 - Image 5

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League Officers
To Be Installed
Monday Night
Pres. Ruthven To Be Main
Speaker For Installation
Sorority and non-affiliated women
will meet at 6 p.m. tomorrow night
in the League ballroom for the an-
nual Installation Banquet, during
which the new officers of the League,
W.A.A., Panhellenic Association, and
the Assembly, will be officially inaug-
The theme of the banquet will cen-
ter around the contrast of the old
and new League, comparing the or-
ganization of 40 years ago with the
League today. Maxine Maynard, '35,
outgoing president, will act as mis-
tress of ceremonies- She will intro-
duce Billie Griffiths, '35, vice-presi-
dent, who is to give the treasurer's
report for the year.
President Alexander G. Ruthven is
the chief speaker for the banquet,
and his4:ddress will be followed by
a talk from Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Ruth Root, '35, outgoing president
of W.A.A., will speak on the work of
the Athletic Association, introducing
Brenda Parkinson, '36, newly elected
head, and Dr. Margaret Bell. Miss
Maynard will give a report of the
League activities during the past
year, and will also introduce Jean
Seeley, '36, president for next year.
Culminating the program, Miss
Seeley will announce the League
chairmen for next year, and Mortar-
board, senior honor society, will tap
new members, led by Mary Sabin, '35,
The all-campus sale of tickets
for the annual Slide Rule dance,
to be held Friday, March 29, will
begin tomorrow. Tickets may be
obtained from committee members
or at Ulrich's book store. Johnny
Hamp: and his Columbia broad-
casting orchestra will play.
featuring a collection of
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* New Swagger Suits
* Mannish Tailored Suits
* Three-piece Suits
(with separate long coats)
* Costume Ensembles I
(Separate coat with
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Dances and elections of officers are
among the various activities which
have been carried on by sororities and
fraternities during the past week.
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta sorority recently
elected cfficers for the coming year
They include Margaret Spencer, '36
president; Adelaide Crowell, '36, vice-
president; Mary Patricia Potter, '37
recording secretary; Jean Shaw, '36,
corresponding secretary; L o uis
Sprague, '37, treasurer; and Char-
lotte Hamilton, '37, rushing chair-

Fourth Pla Is
Scheduled For
Drama Season
'The Bishop Misbehaves'
Will Be Presented In
Spring Series
Another play was added yesterday
, to the schedule for the 1935 Spring
Dramatic Season, to be presented
under the direction of Robert Hen-
derson from May 20 through June 22
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.

First Student

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Exhibit Has Fmal i ;At

FACULTY-ALUMNI DANCE which the Union Orchestra will play.
Members of the faculty and alumni Mrs. W. V. Marshall, general chair-
of the University will hold the last man, will be assisted by Mrs. James
fcrma1dance this season from 9 p.m. M. Cork, Mrs. Paul C. Wagner, Mrs.
to midnight tomorrow in the Union. James K. Pollock, Mrs. Charles L.
The Faculty Women's Club is in Brown, Mrs. Donal Hamilton Haines
charge of plans for the dance at and Mrs. L. F. Rittershofer.


Alpha Omeg . The play is Frederick Jackson's
Alpha Omega current New York comedy hit "The
Alpha Omega fraternity held an Bishop Misbehaves." which concerns
informal installation dance last.night. itself with a mild fumbling English
Louis Gans, '36, newly elected res- bishop who unwittingly, with his
ident as in charge, and Dr. and Mrs. ouaint sister, stumbles upon a ser-
Jack Hubert and Dr. and Mrs. Jo- ious robbery. The bishop, according
seph Kesselman of Detroit were chap- to Mr. Henderson, is an inveterate
erones. Bob Meuhlig's orchestra pro- devotee of mystery novels, and wit],
vided music for the occasion. complete naivet6 goes about solving
Phi Sigma Delta the crime with the best Sherlock
Phi Sigma Delta entertained at a Holmes methods, only to discover in
formal dance last night in honor of the end that he has unearthed, not
their new initiates. George Wheeler's a crime at all, but a delightful ro-
band played, and chaperones were
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baum of Ann Ar "The Bishop Misbehaves". will be
bor. Benjamin Charin ,'36, was in presented for the third week of the
charge. Dramatic Season from June 3 through
__June 8, following the opening week of
Nazimova and Romney Brent in "The
Fashion Show To Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles"
and Ibsen's "Ghosts," and the second
Be Held At League week of the season which will present
J. B. Priestley's "Laburnum Grove"
A fashion show, sponsored jointly with the cast of its New York stars.
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Detroit, will be given between 3:30
and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the ) FR ElCH Fashions
League. Miss Eilene Yeo, a gradu-c
ate of the University, will arrange All the latest styles of
the display, with Ann Osborn, '35, French Fashions available
social chairman of the League. a
The models include Harriet Heath,
'37, Betty Ann Beebe, '37, Mary Ster- MARY HUTZEL'S
ling, '35, and Jane Servis, '36. No ad- Maker- Gowns, Tailored Suits, Coats
mision charge will be made for the U Phone 3468 '506 E. Liberty
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Opening lin Leag~ue
The formal opening of the first
student art exhibit sponsored by the
Theater and Arts Committee was held
Friday night. This exhibit, which is
being held in the concourse of the
League, will be on display until Thurs-
One of the outstanding groups of
pictures were those by Lucy Cope,
36A. Several of her pictures were in
pencil shading, and were of nude
figures and still-life. One of her oil
lRaintings, a colorful and naturalist ic
picture of a bouquet of irnI. received
special comment.
Another interestng group of pic-
tures was that of l elen Liley. fe
pictures were in water color, and por-
trayed of rustic life. Whhney Lowe.
'35, also displayed in wraer COS
One realistic piece of work e;
by Elaine Brockbank, Grad., wasa
picture of two ships.
Three outstanding scenes of nature
were painted by Jonathan A. Taylor.
They were entitled, "Saginaw Lake,"
"Up Penobscot Bay ," "Log - Max
Berry," and were drawn from actual
scenes. Paintings by Dorothy White,
'38, and Cynthia Fay Starke, '35Ed,
were also on display.
Among the pieces of sculpture ex-
hibited were "Joie," a human nude
figure, by Harry Furst, '35; and "Por-
trait of Jean Jackson," by Helen

Juva liighe Will Direct
450 Children In Friday
Afternoon Concert
"The Jumblies," a musical compo-
sition by Dorothy James will receive
its woild premiere when it is sung by
450 children from the Aun Arbo,
schools, with orchestral mCOmpan
ment undcr the dire: on of Juv-
Higbee, at the nFriday -ef:noon can-
cert of the May Festi i.
Miss James Michian cOiipOm
was for several years a mmber o
the faculty of the 2fp;_an i Non~a
Conservatory, She has w n man:
prizes and honois in the field of com-
"The Jumblies" is a can a writtea
especially for yonn jcopic's voices
It has been set to a fantastic texl
written by Edward Lear.
It has been a cu tom for a nimbe
of years for the 'cheo ('hildren of
Ann Arbm to give an arnoon con-
cert in the May F,:ivai program
Miss Higbee, who will direct the chor-
us, is the Supervisor 01 .usic in the
Ann Arbor Public schools.



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