DAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1935
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Petitioning r eshman Project Conmille Positions Opens
.. . .
Petitions To Be
Turned In At
Candidates Applying For
Chairmanships To Be
In Charge Of Supper
Tea Is Twelfth Of Series;
Snf'grixt PresidentsI To
Many fraternities and sororities
have been entertaining at dinner dur-?
ing the past week. Others have held
annual election of officers and pledg-,
Cha ras Are Shown In
istory Of Junior Girls Play
Helen Harrod Will Give
Piano Recital Thursday
Helen Harrod, '35, pianist, will pre-
sent her Graduation recital at 8:15
Interviewed Pur .g ceremonies.
Pour And Assist Alp:ha Sigma Phi
Petitioning for membership on the The twelfth in a series of open teas A special dinner was held at the
Freshman Project committees will will be given for students from 4 to Alpha Sigma Phi house Sunday noon
open today, and continue until next 6 p.m. today in the home of President honoring the :ecent marriage of C.1
Wednesday, March 6. All freshman and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven on Duirell Simonds. 37, to Miss Kath-
women interested in chairmanships or South University Avenue. erine Gaither, of Burlington, Vt. Prof.
commitee positions are urged to sub- Special invitations have been ex- and Mrs. Warren McCabe chaperoned !
mit applications. Blank forms for tended to Theta Phi Alpha, Kappa the dinner party.
the purpose may be obtaied in the Delta, and Gamma Phi Beta sororities, Guests on this occasion included
Undergraduate Office of the League, Zones VIII and IX of non-affiliated Maxine Maynard, '35; Lucille John-
where:hey are to be filled out and -women, and Phi Gamma Delta, Phi ston, '36; Dorothy Roth, '36; Mary
deposited. Kappa Psi and Delta Tau Delta fra- Morrison, '35SM; Charlotte Mitchell,
It is important that all petitioners Billie Griffiths '35, Mary Ferris, '35ternities. The presidents of the sor- '38; Betty Merrell, '35; Marie Murphy,
state specifically whether they desire and Charlotte Whitman '35, the thr orities named will pour, and from .35; Mary Knight, Rosalie Stech, '37;
work as chairmen or as committee vice-presidents of the League, have the zones Marion Wiggin, '35, and Dorothy Bromley, '37; Margaret
members, since only those applying been appointed co-chairmen of sen- Helen Stetson, '36. will assist as host- Guest, '37; and Ruth Hart, '37.-
for the major offices will be inter- be apiteo-hl archn othse-eses.Ihilta Zeta
viewed by Judiciary Council. These aor supper, to be held March 2, t Thse teas are regularly held the To ta Zeta
so1itih ddt opening night of the Junior Girls Thstesaergllyedte The members of the Delta Zeta sor-
personal interviews with candidates Play. All senior women will be res- first two Wednesdays of each month, I ority entertained at dinner last night
wiltk paefom4t pm nPlay. Alsno oe ilb rs
wil take pace fromdy o6 p n ent, wearing their caps and gowns for although this month the schedule was in honor of Mrs. Rudolph O. Cooks,
Thursday and Friday, March 7 and 8, the first ime. changed. / The next two teas will be second vice-president of the national
and from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Saturday, ___ _ held on March 6 and March 13. j office of the sorority, who is visiting
March 9. Judiciary will make recom- .Over 150 students were present last + the local chapter. Besides actives,
mpndations to the League Council, Chiffons A nd Nets week at the affair, which constitutes pledges and several alumnae present,
which in turn makes the final ap- a record attendance. The teas have patronesses invited were: Mrs. John a
pointments. Suit Formal Trend always been popular with the student Brier, Miss Nora Crane Hunt, Mrs.
The positions open are general body as a social meeting-place for Clarence Kessler, Mrs. Clyde Love,
chairman, assistant chairman, finance I 'Toward Mist Effect both men and women. Janice Rice, Mrs. Louis Rouse, Mrs. Robert Dob-
chairman, and art, publicity and '35, is head of a committee which as- son. Jr., and Mrs. Oscar C. Berry.f
dance chairmen. These six leaders - sists Mrs. Ruthven at the gatherings. The scholarship ring offered the
will appoint their committees from Spring is really on its way this -pledges was given to Janet Brackett,
among the other candidates for chair- time bringing with it of course an '36, at the dinner. Decorations con-
manships and from the petitions for array of delightful formals. The irlsAdviser iing or lake and silver tapers an
committee jobs. Announcement of outstanding trend this season seems I AenterpiCees of pink roses and sweet
appointments for the major posi- to be toward nets and chiffons which r " 1 cas were planned by Marcie Mat-
tions will be made March 12. fall in a mist of grace, sweeping cloud- ! Give Rad10 cws,'36. Delta Zeta seal place cards
The Freshman Project will be held like across the ballroom floor. One were used.
some time in May. The nature of the of the most lovely of the new models Talk ver WiOme
entertainment for this year has not is the dress called "Night Flight," At the annual election of <znicrs
yet been decided. After the central made up in sheer matlase of a be- Ihd Monday night Chi Omega sor
committee has been appointed, va- witching pink shade. The gown is Miss Gertrude Muxen, adviser to oity elected the following: Jane Ar-
rious plans will be discussed, and a bound at the waist by a wide girdle girls on occupational information, will nld, '36, president; Dorothy Hart,
final decision made by these women, of red and blue. 'be interviewed by four girls in a radio 36Ed., vice president; Anna Hen-
Work on this project marks the first A bit mode simple in design, though 1 program of the Vocational Guidance Iskel. '36Ed., secretary; Barbara Spen-
time the class becomes definitely or-'none the less striking is the model i Series broadcast at 2 p.m. today over Icr, '37, treasurer; and Catherine
"Intigate, a own f witesher !Yaw, '36, pledge mistress.
ganized, and it affords an opportun- "Intrigante," a gown of white sheer Station WJR direct from the campus
ity for all freshman women to coop- with straps at the back and front, studios in Morris Hall. Pi Beta Phi
erate in an activity. These are caught at the neck by a Miss Muxen will give information Pi Beta Phi sorority announces the
Appointment of committee heads large jeweled clip. Extremely new, ( on how girls are aided in choosing I iedging of Barbara Thomas, '38A, of
in the manner stated follows the new too, is a long flowing black net bound their careers by her department. Detroit.
Merit System, which has already been about the bottom by a band of tiny Those who are to interview Miss Mux- Theta Phi Alpha
used in the choice of League officials, ruffles. The ruffle motive is also car- en are Eleanor Blum, '35, Marjorie The members of the Theta Phi
and leaders for the Sophomore Cab- ried out at the neck to create an ap- Oostdyk, '35, Harriet Kesselman, '35, Alpha sorority entertained severa
aret and Junior Girls Play. By ex- pearance of old fashioned dignity. '35, and Eleanor Chase; '35. senior members of the Alpha Omicron
Ruffles Are Good !The talk on "College for Students Pi sorority at an exchange dinner
teding syst teFeshmaPro jec, n An example of the new shirtwaist With No Definite Vocation In Mind," last night. Arrangements for the din-
corprated into all women's activi- type of formal is provided by a pale by Prof. George E. Myers of the vo- ner were planned by Mary M. O'Neill,
tiesrblue net made up along tailored lines. cational education and guidance de- '3G.
.._ ___The gown is distinguished by a row partment, which was to be given at Xi Psi Phi
of delicate glass buttons extending up this time, has been postponed for a At recent elections held by Xi Ps;
to the throat. A small bow is caught few weeks, according to Prof. Waldo Phi fraternity Burton Forster, '36D.
Dela JmI eron just above them to emphasize the Abbott, director of the campus radio vas elected president, James Baker,
tailored effect. From the waist to studios. 36D, vice-president; John Victor 01-
H as Piano And the floor the dress falls in a series I sOn, '36D, secretary; Clarence Gregg,
of little ruffles ending in a flare at 36D, treasurer; and George Atwell,
the bottom. Students Will Hold Tea 36D, editor.
H ar M usicale The polkadot idea is being carried At Stalker Hall Today
over into formal design this year,
black dotted with white being espe- The third of a series of teas will W.A.A. WILL MEET
Delta Omicron, national musical cially chic. Here, as most every- be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. today at The regular bi-monthly meeting
sorority, held a formal musicale in where else, ruffles are being used as Stalker Hall. The gatherings are of the W.A.A. will be held at 5 p.m.
the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of an effective trim, ;being held for the general purpose today in the lounge of the Wom-
the League, unay, Feb. 24.m Te hff ons, Laces Popular of providing recreation and of giving en's Athlec ling. Reio
program was presented by Sarah E. Chiffons and laces as well as nets the University students an opportun- in the constitution will be dis-
Lacey, pianist, and Mary Jane Clark, are much in the vogue this spring and ity to make new acquaintances . cussed and nominations for new
harpist, adapt themselves most admirably to The teas are open to all University officers will be made.
Mrs. Walter Maddock, president of the new mist and cloud idea. Pale students and their friends of college
the Alumnae chapter, and Miss Sara chiffons split at the back with full age. Games will be provided for
Whedon, a patroness, presided at the skirts and trimmed with velvet bows those who wish to play, and refresh-
tea table after the musicale. or girdles are representative of this ments will be served during the speci -
The sorority is now making plansi type of gown. fied hours.
Before dcciding upon "Tune in on Perhaps it is an indication of the p.m., Thursday, Feb. 28, in the School
Love" for the title of this year's Jun- 4pirit of individualism of our own of Music Auditorium. Miss Harrod
or di I' Play, the story of a lioy imes, possibly it is merely chance, has been studying under Joseph
and a girl in New York City whose but at any rate of late these annual
lives seemed hopelessly drab until productions show no particular trend. Brinkman.
they found that they could capitalize Each one has endeavored to presenta, She will commence her program
thei love in a unique business ven- Iheme strikingly different from those with "Andante in F" by Beethoven,
ture, the central committee of the jwhich immediately preceded it.an"PeuChrladFge"b
play delved into the annals of the This is particularly true of "Tune and "Prelude, Chorale and Fugue" by
production, in order to avoid repeti- in on Love,' which, with its theme of Franck. Continuing, she will play
tion or similarity of titles. dc uessien love is a strong contrast "Italian Concerto" by Bach.
In doing so they discovered that o lst year's play of gangsters and Miss Harrod will conclude her piano
there has been a regular cycle of bar: girls, "Gang's All There." concert with "Fantasie in F Minor,"
change during the 31 years the play;copin;" Funtau"avel; nd
has been in existence. ATHENA HOLDS DEBATE Chopin; Jeux d'Eau, Ravel; and
First the collegiate era in which Pledges to Athena, literary and for- "Etude 10 Lesghinka," Liapounow.
the junior women presented such ensic society, will hold a debate to- The general public is invited to attend
flays as "Alice in Seniorland," the nisoetwlhldaebet-
vry first play, given in 194d hDon night on the question, "Resolved, this recital.
Quixote, the Co-ed Knight," rnd "Ed that blondes prefer gentlemen." The __
and Co-eds," all abounding in the debate will be held from 7:15 until
"die for dear old Rutgers" spirit. h8:15 p.m. in the Athena room in An- MARY H U TZ E L
After that came a group of fan- ;;ell Hall. An important business
tasies, produced during the early years meeting will follow. faker Of GownS, Suits
of the war. This group includes such and Coats
titles as "Old Bagdad," "Realm of FRESHMAN PROJECT
Dreams" and "The Treasure of Hilda Kirby, '35, chairman of EXER QAEsINIG
Toule." Orientation, announces that 681N WQRKMANSHIP
Then there came the day in the women so far have signified a desire Remtodeling -- Alterations
first half of the 1920's when no title to participate in this freshman project Phone s l'8 * sOt East Liberty
was complete an satisfactory unless next year, ___
it included a proper name. Those -
years were filled with plays which
featured such titles as "Patricia
Passes," "Selina Sue" and "Becky Be-
have." We note that the l siun for
alliteration seems also to hae been
characteristic of that particular pe- I
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for the national convention to be
held June 28, 29, and 30 at Camp In-
terlochen at the invitation of Dr.
Joseph E. Maddy, a national patron.
Other national patrons include Dr.
Howard Hanson, Reinald Werren-
rath, Eugene Goossens, and Ossip
Motion Pictures: Majestic, "Music
in the Air" with Gloria Swanson and
"Maybe It's Love" with Gloria Stuart;
Michigan, "Wings in the Dark" with
Myrna Loy; Whitney, "Imitation of
Life" with Claudette Colbert; Wuerth,
"The Merry Widow" ahd Side
Exhibitions: Ehibition of Persian
miniature paintings, open from 2 to
p.m. daily, South Gallery, Alumni
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
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