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UE8DAY, APRIL 3,15 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
League Council Announces Appointments O 200 Coinmittee Ml

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Selections Of
Four Chairmen
Are Approved
Hotise-Reception, Point,,
Publicity, Social And
Art Groups Named
Announcement of League commit-
tees was made last nighit, after the
selection of members was approved
by the League Council. Nearly 200
appointments were made.
Julie Kane, '36, chairman of house-
reception, named her committee as
follows: Helen Arner, '38, Betty Ann
Beebe, '37, Harriet Belser, '38, Kath-
erine Buckley, '38, Frances Burgess,
'38, Adelaide Callory, '37, Ruth Clark,
Lit., Marjorie Coe, '38, Adelaide
Crowell, '36, Marion Donaldson, '37,
Mary Elliott, '38, Evelyn Erlichman,
'37, Jean Finlayson, '37, Betty Gat-
ward, '38, Olive Griffith, '37, Harriet
Hathaway, '37, Betty Jane Flansburg,
37, and Helen Holden, '37.
Others on the house-reception com-
mittee include Mary Huntington, '38,
Ruth Lavender, '36, Gretchen Leh
man, '36, Mildred Livernois, '38SM,
Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, Barbara
Miller, '36, Edna Neikirk, '38, Eliza-
beth O'Dell, '36, Margaret Parmeter_
'37, Mary Parsons, '37, Janet Pea-
body, '36, Adele Polier, '38, Betty
Roura, '37, Charlotte Rueger, '37,
Josephine Scott, '36, Peg Sharpe, '36,
Laura Spencer, '38, Betty Stimson, '36'
Edythe Turteltaub, '37, Carla Weimar,'
'37, Doris Wisner, '37, Caroline Wood-

A noounce Reception, Publicity Committees

Julie Kane and Marjorie Morrison, chairmen of the reception and
publicity committees of the League, have named their committee
nwinbers for the coming year.
Mereado Discusses Religious
Theme In Sierra Production
By PROF. E. A. MERCADO God" was written before the revolu-
(Of the Spanish Department) , tion which brought about the Spanish
"The Kingdom of God," which is to Republic. Until then the unrest of
be ofTered by Play Production on May the people which the play shows with
8 to 11 at the Lyia Mendelssohn plenty of evidence, had been subdued
8~~~~~~~~~ to1.tteLci edlsh in great part by religion, but at the
Theater, is one of Martinez Sierra's time of the Revolution the mob was
typical plays. Z dpubt if there is an- not subdued, faith did not control
other Spanish, author who can repro- the hearts of the populace and many
duce scenes from life in the convents nuns, sisters, and priests were chased
and asv1urns of Spain as faithfull cut of- their sanctuaries the i

Freshman Men
To Aid Women
In Mardi Gras
Program To Include Tap
And Tango Specialties;
Queen To Be Crowned
Many innovations are being fea-
tured in the 1935 edition of the fresh-
man project, according to Billie Suf-
frin, entertainment chairman. Men
will be featured on the program and
will participate with the women in
making the Mardi Gras a success.
The program will csist of the
Mardi Gras song as introduced by the
freshman trio, which is composed of
Virginia Hunt, Betty Whitney, and
Carol Mahon, a tap chorus, a vocal
selection by Edwin Katzenmeyer, two
tap specialties, a vocal selection by
Robert Claflin, a tango specialty by
Dougalas Gregory and Marie Saw-
yer, and vocal selectibns by the trio
with Mr. Claflin.
The League Grill will be trans-
formed into Old Heidelberg and music
will also be featured there. During
intermission the successful candidate
for queen of the Mardi Gras will be
chosen from among the dancers and
crowned., Immediately after her cor-
onation the floor show will take place
in her honor.
Tickets may be procured from the
Union, the League, Wahr's Book
Store, and Helen Purdy and her com-
mittee.
Hopkins Talks
To Chemists At
Annual Event
Dr. Louis A. Hopkins, director of
the Summer Session, was the princi-
pal speaker at the annual initiation
banquet of Phi Lambda Upsilon, hon-
orary chemical fraternity, which was
held Saturday night in the Union.
The topic of his address was "T.N.T.,"
which stood for "Time, Nature, and
Temperature."
Quests of honor were D. W. Stuart,
'35, and Robert R. Warner, '36E, win-
ners of the fraternity awards in chem-
istry and chemical engineering and
Prof. Lars Thomasson of the chemical
engineering department who was ini-
tiated into associate membership.
Other initiates honored were Fred
Batten, '35E, Alfred Boyle, Grad.,
H. J. Dawe; Grad., Allen Knuusi, '35E,
Robert MacLaren, Grad., Charles B.
Egolf, Grad., Rolland Feldkamp,
Grad., John C. Moore, '35E, Alfred
Mueller, Grad., Robert Mueller, Grad.,
Raymond Patelski, Grad., Bernard
Rottshaeffer, Grad., Milton Silver-
man, Grad., George Stroebe, Grad.,
John Taras, Grad., Virgil Wells, Grad.,
Richard Wilcox, '35E, and Howard
Wilson, Grad.

Rehearsals For S pring Dance Entries For Poetry
Recital Are Held By embers Contest Due Tonig
An1etries for the poetry-writ
By JOSEPHINE T. -XcLEAN dent,'and Collin Wilsey, '35, who contest sponsored by the Michig
Federation of Women's Clubs mi
While the rain beats a tattoo on created several compositions includ- be in the hands of Mrs. Tressa M\
the casement windows of Sarah Cas- ing the Fire Dance. Miss Wilsey Merrill of Detroit, state chairman
well Angell Hall, Beatrice Lovejoy, studied last summer at the Benning- poetry, drama and motion pictu
ton School of Dance, Bennington, Vt. by midnight tonight,
'38, thumps out conflicting rhythm on Judges for aiecontest are P
a drum. heJohn W. Scholl of the Germany
Notes before her, she directs the 3 under Martha Graham. partment, Prof. Raleigh Nelson of
, Other dancers of l nportance are English department, Dr. Kath
Men's Study, one of the compositions Josephine Brokaw, '36, Althea Lisle, Robb of Marygrove college, Fra
to be presented by Dance Club in their '36, Reta Peterson, '35, Gertrude Pen- Tompkins and Miss Jennie B. Bc
annual recital which will be presented hale, '36, Frances Redden, '38Ed., of Wayne University, Edgar A. Gu
Saturday afternoon and night, May 4, Bessie Curtis, '36Ed., Betty Gatward, of the Detroit Free Press and Eli
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. '38, and Patricia Nelson, '37. C. Adams of the Detroit News.
The study. created by Oren Parker,
assisted in the Play Production de-
partment, Nathan Katzman, '36Ed.,
Truman Smith, '35, and Richard
Stannard, '36SM, consists in com-
binations of technique.
Commencing with a circuit of the
floor at a run, the dance builds up to
a climax where the men, their bodies
in grotesque position, leap high VoefrO Eo h olwn
in the air and fallon an elbow andVoteffollowing:
a knee, extending the other leg par-
allel to the floor.
While the men upstairs indulge !, Q Kathleen Carpenter Q Sarah Pierce
in strenuous rhythms, the women
below in Waterman Gymnasium sway
to the sedate strains of Bartok. TheirEl Georgina Karlson Hilda Kirby
graceful movements seem inhar-
monious with the setting which con-
sis of badminton nets, mats, horses, I are Murphy
bars. and rings.
Outstanding among the women
dancers are Julia Wilson, '36, presi- ~

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ford, '36Ed., Mary Maday, '38, Ruth '*"- - vl 4 aulul
as Martinez Sierra. And there areI
Alderidge, '37, Joan Kimmel, '38, three such institutions in this play -
Berta Knudsen, '38A, Dorothy Qost- an asylum for old men, a foundling's
dyk, '37, and Margaret Mattorshen,aylan anopnge Asi
X ~asylum, and an orphanage. As in
37s Spain all such institutions of charity
Miss Kane also announced that her are operated by Sisters, it is of ut-
committee would meet at 4 p.m. most necessity that the writer of
Thursday in the League. such scenes be well acquainted with
Publieity Committee monastic life. There is no doubt that
Marjorie Morrison, '36, chairman of Martinez Sierra has a thorough un-
publicity, selected the following com- derstanding of this life. He has shown
mittee: Lola Campbell, '36, Lucy Cope, this in "Cradle Song" and other plays
'46A, Florence Davies, '37, Helen of his.
Douglas, '38, Marjorie Fuller, '37, "The Kingdom of God" shows how
Margaret Forsythe, '38, Mary E. Mc- faith in Christianity overcomes all
Cord, '38, Harriet Shackleton, '38, difficulties in life and in the charac-
Dorothy Shappell, '36, Elizabeth ter of Sister Gracia we meet the typi-
Whitney, '38, and Mary Beth Tarbell, cal Sister of Charity who directs the
'37. Marie Mette, '37, is to head the emotions of all human hearts through
poster group, which will work under kindness.
the publicity committee. Members of There is one particular trend in this
this division will be announced at a play that the faith rules only in the
latex date. The publicity committee play, but in actual fact it has been
will also meet at 4 p.m. Thursday in proven that it did not control it. That
the League. is the political discontent and the un-
On the point system committee, un- rest of the masses. "The Kingdom of,
der Ruth Sonnanstine, '36, chairman,
are Charlotte Baxter, '38, Ruth Ald-
ridge, '37, Mary Garvin, '38, Gertrudee
Goldsmith, '37, Kathryn Hall, '36,1
Betty Basse, '37, Mae Herndon, '37A, __________________
Janet Karlson, '38, Martha Knox, '37,
Lorraine Lenhart, '36, Elizabeth Long, m~otion Pictimrgs: Whitney, "In
'36,Jan Mnargr, '36, Maryh Louise Spite of Danger" with Wallace Ford
'36, Jean MacGregor, '36, Mary Louise and "Revenge Rider" with Tim Mc-
Mann, '37, Dorothy Ohrt, '37, Mary Coy; Wuerth, "Mighty Barnum" with
Redden,'38Ed,Eileen Schildinger, '37, Wallace Beery; Majestic, "Gold Dig-
Laura Spencer, '38, and Rita Wellman, gers of 1935" with Dick Powell; Mich-
'37. The membership on this com- igan, "Reckless" with Jean Harlow.
mittee will be increased later. Drama: Lydia Mendelssohn, "Le
Theater And Arts Group Jeu de l'Amour et du Hasard," annual
The theater and arts committee French play presented by members
will include Mary Barnes, '37A, Char- of the Cercle Francais, 8:15 p.m.
lotte Baxter, '38, Caroline Beltramini, Dancing: Hut Cellar.
'38, Virginia Benedict, '36, Kay Bish-
op, '37, Margaret Bentley, '38, Frieda Edith Zerbe, '37, Jeane McLean, '37,
Bogin, '36, Betty Basse, '37, Phyllis Laura M anchester 3, etty ane ,
Brumm, '37, Helen Bryant, '36, Kath-
erin Chate,'36 Rut ClrkLit., Flansburg, '37, Pauline Gorman, '37,
erine Choate, '36, Ruth Clark, L.,Charlotte Hamilton, '37, Marya Hoff-
Shirl Crossman, '38, Jeanne Curtis', a,'7 aii Hwls 3,Mr
Silrosa,'8JeneCriCalteHmlo,3,MraHf-'36, Catherine Eichelbarger, '37, Gail man, '37, Lavinia Howells, '36, Mar-
'vers,- athEneKEyhecrger, '3, iion Iddings, Katherine Johnston, '38,
Everest,- '36Ed., Kay Fecheimer, '38, Mary E. King, '37, Jean Lillie, '38,
Mary Jane Field, '38, Jean Finlayson, Ella Miller, '36Ed., Dorothy Mittel-
'37, Louise Florez, '36, Margaret For- staedt, '36, Rose Perrin, '37, Phyllis
sythe, '38, Florence Freeman, '38, Price, '36, Frances Redden, Louise
Dorothy Geldart, '37, Dorothy Gitt- Stone, '36, Dorothy Webb, '37, Mary
man, '38, Esther Greenwood, '36Spec., Louise Willoughby, '37, Martha Wise,
Jean Greenwald, '37, Betty Grossman, '38, and Jane Kretschmer, '37. Miss
'38, Margaret Guest, '37, Mary Heit- Steen requested that allemembers of
sch, '37, Pamela Hooker, '38, Bessie tesca omte tedteoe
Curtis '36Et., and Delta Glass, '35. Ruthven tea tomorrow.
Also on the theater and arts group Margaret Hiscock, '36, chairman of
Christine Kennedy, '36, Jean Lee, '38, orientation, will announce appoint-
Jean Lillie, '38, Catherine McInerney, ments to her committee at a later
'36, Florence Midworth, '38, Elizabeth date
O'Dell ,'36, Dorothy Ohrt, '37, Nancy
Olds, '37, Ruth Pardee, '37SM, Ann
Parker, '37, Mary Perkins, '38, Beth
Ranney, '37A, Florence Salzman, '38,
Marie Sawyer, '38, Josephine Scott, Don't Miss These
'36, Barbara Spencer, '36, Jean Taylor,
Arch., Eleanor Wright, '36A, Helen Extraor inaryV ues
Yearned, '36Spec., and Ruth Hess, '36,.
Laura Jane Zimmerman, '36, League M on" -E
treasurer, will have charge of this
group, until the choice of a new chair-
man. SALE

and the buildings were set on fire as
an aftermath of revenge on the part
of the avenging mob. A mob that
was avenging the fact that it had
been held back by religion. Had "The
Kingdom of God" been written after
the Revolution, it surely would have
ended differently.
New Formals Seen
At Various Parties
On Saturday Night
Spring formals made their dramatic
appearance on the campus last week-
end, as organdies, nets and laces were
on display at the fraternity and sor-
ority houses Saturday.
Kathryn McInerney wore a striking
gown of brown organdy to the Gam-
ma Phi Beta sorority dance. Barbara
Spaulding's dress was of red and
white striped taffeta. Eloise Moore
was seen in a soft organdy gown of
green and white plaid.
Maretta Martinek was among those
seen dancing at the Phi Mu Alpha
fraternity house. She wore a gown
of blue organza. Ruby Peinert chose
a spring-like dress of beige chiffon.
Eudora Frazee danced at the Kap-
pa Delta sorority house in a striking
frock of white crepe with black trim.
Grace Bartling was charming in
aquamarine net. Katherine Reynolds
and Elizabeth Moore wore blue, and
Elaine Cobo was seen in black net.
Aquamarine moire was worn by Hel-
en Foley at the Theta Phi Alpha frg-
ternity house. Mary Mildred Murphy
also wore the popular aquamarine
shade. Anita Noble was seen in blue
crepe with white gardenia trim. The

white crepe frock of Mary O'Neil was
shot with gold, while Mildred Liver-
nois was seen in pink organza.
Virginia Minsker danced at the Xi
Psi Phi house in a dusty pink gown
with white organdy trim. Ethel Ol-
sen chose a navy blue skirt with tiers
of ruffles topped by a light blue em-
bridered blouse.

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Stagger the Stag Line
with this
Flattery
THE SLEEVES are puffed and
full . . . the bodlice is demurely
basque . . . the hipline is slim apd
fitted .. . and the skirt has two
long knife pleats from the knees
to the floor. Yards of material at
the sides make it billow and swish
about you. Black linen withwhite
pearl buttons, and a huge white
organdy bow. Size 12.
$I9050
Other formals of Chiffon, Seer-
sucker, Pinted Linen, Anderson's
Gingham, and Taffeta.
Sizes 12 t 10.
$10.95 to $19.50

Social Chairman,
Martha Steen, '36, social chairman, ONE-DAY ONLY
selected the following committee: Au- TUESDAY'
drey Talsma, '36, Eleanor Anibal, '38, DRESSES
Elizabeth Baxter, '38, Jean Bonisteel, ' PFor
'38, Jane Brucker, '36, Barbary Byrne, Street, Afternoon, Evening.
'375M, Lola Campbell, '36, Josephine Three groups. Values to $25.
Cavanagh, '37, Betty Cavender, '36, $7.95 $12.75 $16.75
Dorothy Corson, '38, Avis Day, '37, ) Sizes 12 to 46
Phyllis Devay, '38, Faye Dibble, '37, SUITS1
Betty Gatward, '38, Esther Green- 2-pc. Swagger & Fitted Types
wood, '36, Jean Hatfield, '37, Harriet Sizes 14 to 40. t
Heath, '37, Marion Holden, '37, Eliza- $12.75 and $22.50
beth Howard, '36, Virginia Hunt, '38, SWEATERS
Gertrude Jean, '36, Ruth .nn Jerne- Mostly Light Pastels.
gan '37, Lois King, '37, Rosanna Man- Single $2.50 Twins $3.95
chester, '36, Betty Miller, '37, and

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