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Composers Of Entire

Music For

Junior Girls


'Sprize' Music
To Be Played
By Al Cowan
Composers Of Selections
Are Robert Lodge, '39,
Herbert Schultz, '39
To Open March 26
Tickets Will Go On Sale
At Lydia Mendelssohn
Office March 22
The musical selections for the 1936
Junior Girls Play, "Sprize!" have, for
the first time in several years, been.
written entirely by two University
students, Robert Lodge, '39, and Her-
bert Schultz, '39E, Barbara Hanna,
chariman of the music committee,
announced last night.
In addition to these numbers, Ra-
cheal Lease, '37, a member of the
cast, has composed some incidental
music which is to be used as sup-
plementary numibers between the
Cowan's Band To Play
Al Cowan and his band have been
contracted to play for this year's mu-
sical revue, Miss Hanna announced.
Cowan's seven-piece band has been
paying at the Silver Grill since its
opening a year ago as well as at all
of the League teas.
Tickets for the play will be put on
sale Monday, March 21 in the box
office of the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, Gretchen Lehman, ticket
chairman stated. They are priced
75 cents and $1 for the evening per-
formances, and 50 and 75 cents for
the matinee.
To Hnor Seniors
The production will open at 8:15
p.ni. Thursday, March 26 and will
continue for an additional two day
run with evening performances on
Friday and Saturday. In addition,
a matinee will be given Saturday. The
opening performance is to be held
after the annual Senior Supper, and
will honor the graduating women.
Lodge and Schultz have not only
written the melody to the musical se-
lections which range from modernist-
ic feature numbers to popular pieces
and waltzes, but they have also com-
posed the lyrics to be used with these
Selections to be used in the play
which they have written are: "Ar-
cade," "Love is Climbing Up a Rain-
bow," a magazine feature number,I
two waltzes, and two doll dances.
Schultz is serving as the accompan-
ist for all of the choruses during re-
Compose Seven Numbers
The composers for the music for
"Sprize!" have been active in camp-
us musical organizations. Both stu-
dents have studied piano for a num-
ber of years. Lodge has been fea-
tured as a singer with the La Scala
Opera Co. in California. He is a
member of the University Choral
Union and the Freshmen Men's Glee
Schultz has written a number of
popular pieces which have been used
by many mid-western orchestras. In
addition to playing the piano, he
plays the clarinet. He has been en-
gaged by several Michigan bands.
The cast of "Sprize!" calls for
approximately 195 junior women, in-
cluding the speaking parts as well as
the choruses. An additional 100 are
working on committees for the musi-

cal revue.
Massive Jewelry
In Brilliant Colors
brightens Dresses
With spring well on its way, jewel-
ry blazes out into a flame of color.
Spring suits and dresses are bright-
ened by sets of bracelets, clips and
ear rings in vivid colors and delicate
pastels. They are. made of either
wood or bakelite and are massive in
size. Ear rings of this type are very
attractive for campus, and definitely
do not give an over dressed appear-
ance. Radiantly colored clips and
pins either take sports as their theme
and adopt the shapes of tennis rac-
quets, golf clubs or oars, or are in
the shapes of animals---scotties be-
ing the favorite.
A novel way of dressing up blouses
and sweaters is by replacing plain
but os wilh th ee or four bar or
recangular shaped little gold or sil-
ver pins. The pearls worn all winter
over plain necked sweaters can be
discarded for a heavy silver cross on
a silver chain. This tends to give
a very pious appearance.
For evening, jewelry is the acme of

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Petitioning For
Judiciary Body

Several Chapter Houses Make
Announcements Of Initiations


Is R eopened1 Many sororities and fraternities
_ have announced pledging and initia-
tions which have been held recently.
Winifred Bell, Chairman, APADLA 1
Announces Interviews Alpha Delta Pi announces the re-
For Two Positions cent initiation of Edna Kandelin, '39,
and Julia Ann Upson, '39. There
Petioning for two senior positions will be an initiation dance, March
Pettioningfory twousenior pasiton 14. Jean Finlayson, chairman for the
on the Judiciary Council has been
.m~r~rn A r Wni }. affair, plans that the house will be


X eopen , n1eJ. re e), 0'.r, Lc ar-
man of the council, announced yes-
Due to the fact that there are two
senior positions available on the Ju-
diciary Council for the coming year,
instead of the usual one, it will be
pcssible for junior women to have
additional time to apply for offices,
Miss Bell said.
It is required that all those apply-
ing for the positions be junior women.
The interviews will be given from
3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Under-
,graduate offices of the League. For
all those who cannot be present at
those times due to a conflict, an ad-
ditional period has been set aside:

decorated with spring flowers.
The Alpha Gamma Delta sororityI
held a rushing dinner Monday, March
9, Margaret Carlson, '38, was in
The Alpha Kappa Kappa frater-I
nity held an initiation of new mem-
bees at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7.
In the evening, following the initia-
tion, a banquet will be held which
about 35 alumni attended. The fol-
lowing men were initiated: Marion De
Weese, '39, Robert Finton, '39, War-
ren Hastings, '39, Fred Lowrie, '39,

Barbara Hanna, chairman of the
music committee for J.G.P. has an-
nounced the music and composers
for the coming production.
Frosh Frolic's
Patron Group
Is Anounced
Sammy l[aye's Orchestra
Coumies From Cleveland
For Aiiniial Event
Patrons and patronesses for the
annual Frosh Frolic, to be held .Fri-
day, March 20 in the Union ballroom,
were announced last night by Doro-
thea Staebler, '39, chairman of that
Sammy Kaye and his orchestra will
come from Cleveland to play for the
dance. They are now appearing there
at the popular Cabin Club.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven head the list of patrons and
patronesses which include Dean and
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dean and Mrs. H.
C. Sadler, Dean Alice Lloyd, assist-
ant Dean and Mrs A. H. Lovell and
assistant Dean and Mrs F. B. Wahr.
Also included are Proi. and Mrs.
A. D. Moore, Prof. and Mrs. F. N.
Menefee, Prof. and Mrs. W. G. Smea-
ton, Prof. and Mrs. I. D. Scott, Prof.
and Mrs. Albert Hyma, Prof. and
Mrs. P. A. Leidy, Prof. and Mrs. F. A.
Mickle, Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Hussey,
Prof. and Mrs. C. E. Burklund, Prof.
and Mrs. P. W. Slosson, Prof. and
Mrs. A. H. White and Prof. and Mrs.
J. H. Hodges.;
Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. Emeth
Schutz, Dr. W. M. Bruce, Dr. and
Mrs. L. E. Himler, Dr. and Mrs. W.
E. Forsythe, Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Fo-
peano, Dr. and Mrs. J. V. McGarvey
and Capt. and Mrs. R. R. Coursey.
Completing the list are Miss Ethel
McCormick, Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss
Jeanette Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
F. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Hornberger, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Win-
nacker, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Litzen-
berg and Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Fisher.
The Arts and Crafts division of
the Ann Arbor Women's Club will
meet at 2:30 p.m. today in the League.
Mrs. George Jurdak, whose husband
is a professor of mathematics in the
American University in Beirut, will
speak on Syrian arts and crafts.
State and Liberty
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from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday in the James Lawrence, '38, James C. Ler-
same room. chen. '39, James Miller, '39, John
This is the final opportunity for Welgamot, '39.
any woman to apply for a major DELTA SIGMA DELTA
League position, Miss Bell stated, Delta Sigma Delta entertained the
since all other petitions for major entire Dental School with a smoker
offices have been closed, at the Michigan Union last Tuesday
The duties of the Judiciary Coun- at 7:30 p.m.
cii are divided into three major di- The class president Leonard Klaus -
visions, according to Miss Bell. It ; ieyer, '36, opened the smoker with
takes care of all of the interviewing an acdess The rest of the program
of applications for League positions, consisted of moving pictures taken in
has charge of the disciplining of all Flo rida and presented by the courtesy
women students on campus, and also of Matt Mann, a student entertain-
has charge of all sign-out slips. The ment which was in the form of a
Council consists of three senior and ;radio program, a talk by Dr. Harry
two junior positions.k I Parks of Jackson, President of Mich-
The new officers will take their
positions following the installation
banquet wlich will be held in the *Trd*F n l
League sometime in April. g t
-~~ To Be Reached
Where T10 G1 In Two Weeks
Theatre: Majestic, "The Country Although the finals in the all-
Doctor" with Jean Hersholt; Michi- campus annual bridge tournament
gan, "tSrike Me Pink", Eddie Can-. have not yet been rached, the inter-
tor; Orpheum "Society Doctor" with oty g e reanow ghn in
Chester Morris and "Red-Heads on I O y gamesare nowgiinfull
Parade" with John Boles; Whitney swing, according to Harriet Hatha-
PaEad" of Ja"hndB"e; River way, '38, who has charge of the
East of Java" and: "Red RerLeague tournament. Herbert Wolf,
Valley" with Gene Autry; Wuerth, '37, in charge of the men's tourna-
"Metropolitan" with Lawrence Tib- ment, stated that play will start for
bett and "Born for Glory" with John the Union finals next Monday.
Mills . The finals, to be played at the
Leetures: Mr. Paul Dietz will read League and the Union in approxi-
in German from Goethe and Schiller mately two weeks, are to be between
at 4:15 in the Lydia Mendelssohn the winning affiliated and the win-
Dancing: Hut Cellar. ning independent teams.
The sororities and dormitories par-
ticipating are: Alpha Chi Omega, Al-
SIGMA DELTA CHI pha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron
Tuure Tenander, '38, will give a talk Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Omega, Col-
on the Associated Press to the mem- legiate Sorosis, Delta Delta Delta,
bers and pledges of Delta Chi, hon- Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta,
orary journalistic fraternity, at a Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi,
luncheon to be held at 12:15 p.m. Theta Phi Alpha, Martha Cook, Mo-
today at the Union. A business meet- sher Hall, Jordan Hall, and Helen
ing will follow the luncheon. Newberry.
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Does the J-l-importanl Manish Hat
with a Jew Crown and a Snap Brim

igan State Dental Society, and and1
annnouncement by Delos Kervin, '37,
concerning the Odonto Ball.
Bull sessions and refreshments con-
cluded the smoker.
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Mary Loughborough, '39, of
Ann Arbor.
Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
pledging of Donald T. Rudgers, '38E,
of Le Roy, New York.
Zeta Psi wishes to announce the
initiation of the following men: Harry,
L. Swan, '39; John M. Maitland.,'39D,°
Negaunee; George M. Lockwood, '39,.
Monroe; Howard H. Rogers, '39, Mo-
line, Illinois; Robert J. Banks, '39,
Moline; James C. Palms, '39. Detroit;
and Jonathan T. Carriel, '36, Du-
buque, Iowa.
The new initiates were entertained
at an initiation banquet the following
Zeta Psi also wishes to announce
the pledging of Karl Klauser, Jr., '39,
Milwaukee and Charles S. Quarles.
'39, Milwaukee.
Alumnae Will .learj
ProfO. J. IR. Hayden
Prof. Joseph Hayden, who recently
ret urned from the Philippines will
address the Michigan Alumnae Club
at 2:30 p.m. today at the League on
the subject of "Education in the Phil-
The next meeting will take place
April 4, whenMmrs. Alexander will
speak on her experiences before the
Supreme Court and on her work at
Murine quickly (
relieves eyes ir-
ritated by read
ingsmoke, dust,
wind l oss of
sleep. It's sooth-
ing, refreshing.
Use it daily.

~ luits, po-soreC by the
Art Association, from 2
p.m. cvery day this week
Memorial Hall.

Ann Arbor
p.m. to 5
in Alumni

1y Are A
Fashiions XlodelcdI
By Fia v, i, 4 111 '-1
A fashion show a« fa iv ythe
Newcomers Group of the Faculty
Women's Club, which met at 3 p.m.
yesterday at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Aigler, 2112 Wallingford Road.
Mrs. J. C. Palmer, chairman of the
Newcomers Group, was in charge of
t t' cnertainment and was assisted
by Mrs. 0. Clare Gates. Six faculty
women. Mrs. Allan Squires. Mrs. Iv-
an Thompson, i's. I .. Rot hbart,
Mrs. Loi Scht1 Mrs. e. See-
Lere~ an Mi Jom hed mod-
elled the fressr \i wee fr-
nished by local stores.
There will he an exhibit jn of


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The Consumer's Division of the
League of Women Voters will hold a
meeting at 8 p.m. tonight in the
League, it was announced by Mrs.
William Stellwagen, chairman. There
will be a discussion concerning the
willingness of druggists to cooperate
with the group in order to instruct
the public on the subject of patent
medicines. The housing problem and
the tariff will be taken up in the near
VO G UE says:
College men with one voice
voted "Sport clothes are the
smartest thing ever conceived
for a pretty girl."

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