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Vote For League, Judiciary CouncilOfficers W ill Be Held Th


err - i2o -RFund
-- - -- STEPHANIE-
Again Stephanie sits down at her typewriter to review a busy week-end.
The freshmen came through with flying colors . . . and the Frosh Frolic
was a great success. Floral decorations were placed in front of the orchestra
. . and green was the predominating color in the programs. The orchestra
. . . Samrny Kaye's . . . was full of life . and how they loved to play
Now for who was there .. Mary Margaret Campbell was with Dick
Dennis . . . Mary Margaret was wearing ice blue satin. Betty Spangler
. . who wore pale purple crepe with a tiny white tailored collar ... was
dancing with Chuck Frick. And as we ambled up and down the corridor
during intermiusion we noticed Barbara Heath talking to Bob Kennedy . . .
Barbara looked lovely in a black formal studded with rhinestones and having
rhinestone straps . . . and near her sat Ginny Snell in light green chiffon
trimmed in lavndar.
In the lobby downstairs Dorothy Corson and Paul Simpson sat sipping
cokes in front of a roaring fire . .. Dorothy's formal was black taffeta
with a small white lace jacket. Barbara Keyes and John Merchant came
in to join them for a few minutes . . . Barbara was in green crepe with
sequins trim at the neck. Betty Green was there in a multicolored print
with a pleated luf at the neck of those shades of red and purple that go so
well together .. .
All Around Tice U~n . .
We are kind of jumping all around the Union .. . but we were kind of
jumping all around that night ourselves . .. but anyways up in the sun-
room ... or whatever they call it . . . we saw Jacqueline Kolle with Ed
Adams . .. Jacqueline . . .who had on a white crepe formal with drop
shoulders ... came over to the dance after J.G.P. practice at the Lab
Theatre. We also saw Eleanor French there in a stunning print formal
with a light blue three-quarter length jacket . . . Eleanor was with Ross
Faulkner. And Charlotte Hamilton and Dick Mavis were strolling about to-
gether . . . Charlotte also chose white for the occasion . . . her formal
had a perky ruff of net along the hemline.
We could go on and on naming people that were there because the
place was really packed . . . and in spite of the many dances that have
been held lately . . . no one seems to want to miss any of them. Lucille
Johnson . . . wearing green . . . was with Lloyd Parr . . . and Ruth Mc-
Conkey and Fred Shear were there too. Ruth looked very striking in a gold
tunic over a black skirt. On the dance floor we saw Marie Sawyer . . . in
black taffeta . .. dancing with Doug Gregory . .. Ann Mitchell with Bob
Dailey. . . We hear Ann is teaching school in Detroit. . . Ann Borland ...
in a blue formal . . . was with Bob Eberbach. . . and Mary Knight and Ben
Bechtel seemed to be enjoying the music.
In The Line Of March.. .
Among the participants in the grand march were Marjorie Link and
Bill Wreford . . . Marjorie wore rose chiffon studded with brilliants . - -
Annabelle Haag and Chuck Hopkins. . . Eleanor Smith and Bill Slattery..
and Betty Shaffer and Hugh Higginbottom. After much persuasion Marietta
Killian talked Roy Frazier into joining the big parade. We saw Betsy Guild
and Harold Wills sitting on the sidelines cheering at the passifg couples.
Lucy Almand and Fred Thomson seemed very content to sit and gaze at the
marchers . . . Lucy wore a blue crepe dress with huge, puffy organdy sleeves.
Wandering around after the march was over we saw Doris Bolton and Bar-
bara Teall sitting in the blue room . . . they were with Vince Butterly and
Bill Shaw.
Wide-eyed we viewed the two orchids worn by Jean Lee who was with
Jerry Newhouse. . . they looked very nice on her printed pique dress. Nancy
Kinnear who was with Bob Atkins wore a pink pleated chiffon dress ...
with her corsage of spring flowers she forecast spring's arrival. . . and Honey
Wagg . . . who was with David Bowe . .. . wore blue taffeta . . . Adelaide
Ely and Larry Bridge got cold feet and dropped out of the march at the last
The League In Review ...
Now for a short review of the League Saturday night. . . Margaret Water-
ston was there with Ralph Du Bois . . . Margaret had on a blue crepe
trimmed in green. Dotty Anderson was with Watson Paige. .. Watson came
up from Lansing for the week-end. Margaret Kurtz . . . who wore a red
crepe dress with a white vestee . .. was dancing with Bob Unkrich. Ste-
phanie Parfet also chose red and white for the evening . . . hers being a
print. Peg Narc, oss and John Keyser were dancing together. . . and we saw
Ruth Dorsey an Chuck White together. Ann Gifford chose a combination of
blue and white . . . and Phylis Bauer wore an ice blue satin blouse over
a navy skirt.
The Union didn't calm down a bit after the Frosh Frolic Friday for it
was as gay as ever w hen the crowd gathered Saturday . .. There was the
added attraction of a few skits from the forthcoming J.G.P. presented for
the floor show. . . Charlotte Reuger . . . who introduced the numbers . . .
looked very lovely in a dark skirt with a creamy lace blouse . . . In the crowd
gathered around the orchestra we noticed Jean Craig . . . In green with a
sequin collar . . . standing with Walter Crow . . . and Jean Bertram in
black and white with LaVerne Burns..-
The tap dancers . . . Ginny TNnno and Kate Landrum . . . received
quite an ovation especially from Virginia Grieghoff and Bishop Kuhn who
stood in the front row . . . Virginia was wearing a very springy green chif-
fon with huge white coin dots . . . Maureen Kavanagh and Jeanne Kimmell
also clapped long and loudly . . . Virginia Asterman was unfortunate in
getting near the back of the crowd . . . and had difficulty in seeing .. .

she finally resorted to standing on a chair . . .
Near The Dance Hloor. .
At a table near the dance floor we caught a glimpse of Bunny Arner.-.
in black and white . . . with John Nicholson . . . Just then Betty Schmidt
danced by in front of us with Bob Lodge . . . Bob and Herb Schultz wrote the
music for J.G.P. . . . they were both up at the Union to see the skits pre-
sented . . . Lad McKay and Mary Helen Wendel composed another two-
some which was enjoying the dancing . . .
The O'Connor boys . . . Louis and Joe . . . had a table with June Leon-
ard from Detroit and Janet Mills . . . Janet was wearing blue and orange
plaid chiffon . . .They were joined later by Marguerite Creighton and Ralph
Clark . . . From then on they had a lively time seeing who could blow out
the candle from the farthest distance .-.
Martha Cook held a tea dance Saturday . . . the first all year. Mary
Bennett . . . who was chairman of the affair . . . wore a bright-colored
blue spring afternoon frock. Gertrude Veneklasen looked very blonde in a
white-dotted blue taffeta that had gold clips at the neck for trimming. Betty
Kelser . . . who wore a navy blue dress trimmed with white frills . . . had as
her escort Don McNab . . . while Margaret Souter was with Douglas Dawson
. . . Margaret looked smart in a green tailored crepe. Joan Wentz . . . who
came with J(hn McLean . . . had a lovely rust-colored costume trimmed with
brown fur.
Between The Acts. ..
Right at present J.G.P. rehearsals are foremost in the minds of a great
many junior women on campus . . . but between acts several members
of the cast found time to dash out for a cigarette or a few hands of bridge
with the members of the silent cast who waited impatiently outside. Bud
Doerr was there waiting for Edith Zerbe . . . Grove Cannon and Nan Olds

Will hcence Itt

1936v jun irl ;is" Play,

Sprize of'



Betty Anne Bi'dt and :iai it h1eath are twc specialty daners who
will perform in tIh ,9G iior (ls Ply, "Sprize!," which is to be given
Thursday, i rday, aud Saturday in f iv Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
liet vreii Steii ""s 1i ()rJGP &Ait


Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold a 'The Chi Omega new initiates gave
*", formal initiation at 3 p.m. Saturday a formal for the actives at the house
Cam i a F0 followed at, 6 p.m7. by their annual last Saturday night. The chaperons
" + Founders Banquet Many alumni will were Professor and Mrs. A. H. Stock-
! ( i e present, including Judge Tuttle apd, and Dr. and M rs.owm'd C. Ross,
of the District Court of Detroit, James Reed Pierce's orchestra wasengaged
Frey, representative from Battle for the dance. The decorations were
tiIeliary B osIy olint rim C'reek, and Mr. Hatfield of Detroit. spring flowers.
Will b. Seclect#lI I#
AlII iPujna'Vole
An all-campus election for the three
-e- presidentlts of the League and f'our
embers of the Judiciary Council wil A VARIED
held from 11 a.m. to :30 SELECTION OF
iursday in University Neall. Wii Ei-
d Bell, '36, chairmai of the u
'iary Council, anotncod last ni1h
Jane O'1'erwell, '37, and t y Kin
have been nonuinatlim as the t -an
eates for the vice-president from
e literary college. Barbara Hanna
Tvas namired as the mutsic school
Ldidate Mary Lambie, '37, arcl i C o ats
CUral school and G r( ldale W oy
leducational school.
tdiiary (in1 Candidates New versions of the sports
Candidates for the senior t z ptionls ' 'Corc
the Judiciary Council are: Mar\ coat Casually Correct in
en Heitsch, '37, Charlotte Hamil every detail . .
n, '37, Jane MacDonald, '37, and
The nominees for the junior posi- Tweeds - polo cloths -
ns on the Judiciary Council are: -
rgel Maliszewski, '38, Mary John- cashmeres in tons, greys,
n, '38, Miriam Sanders, '38, and blues and plaids. Priced at
lie SufIran.
Wonen in the , iterary college,
isle school, architectural school
d educational school may only vo
the candidates from their scho }14.95
the vice-presidents, Miss Bell sa:;
ie vice-president will be elected and upwards
m the literary college while ti.
o otiher vice-presidents will ,,:
osen from the highest votes re-
rned from the music school, archZt
tural school,a id educationn I i b hl on
All of the women on the campl.
[1 be allowed to vote for the jun EAST WILLIAMS - ONE BLOCK WEST OF STATE
d senior posions on the Judiciary
uncil. Each person may vote for

"Smile, girls, for Heanen", sake,
smile!!" cries Virginia Friink director,,
in desperation as she nuts her ftunrt
stage and screen stars thrnough their
paces during the nightly rehearsals
of Junior Girls Play. "The isn't a
On With Klnittliw
Much clicking of knitiig necoles is
heard from the floor of the Lab
Theatre where, amonast the debris

(l ,s her book in resignation and
retires to the back room in search
~a les harrowing atmosphere. Gret-
i-en C'anter trips off the stage and
vanishes out the door, headed for a
r=1 usa1 of 'Ladies in Waiting" from
SI h11 she will return in time for
I&r l iextscene.
''ie t jiggle, girls, glide," calls
1c I y Anne demonst rating her point.
I''ud and bodaio"uS laughter
from the stage indicates what Harriet


of discarded drops and ancient rock- baway in dramatic disguise thinks
ing chairs members of the eat while o the whole "sitchiation."
away the hours waiting for their Blues. Is there someone here who can
e?" inquires the director. "All
InI one corner, balanced on what &l''(~1~
once proudly proclaimed itself a chair h I'llpr actice with you tomor-
but of which the back has long si o (
gone into the making of a prop, i: The two gentleinen seen wandering
Mary Neal on the verge of bidding au aongst all this youth and
four spades. Her three companions. l ndin e beauty are not lost sheep,
Marie Mette, Tommy Paterson and lOn n the on ti ary are composers of
Jean Coler are too engaged for he ii e music and songs, Herbert Schultz.
moment in watching Betty Anne 3.v, and Robert Lodge, '39.
Beebe and Harriet Heath tripping th-
light fantastic for the 99th time to
realize the portentousness of what iiIsaoS Wtlo hecu
is about to occur. XI
Behind them, on another relique
is Jacqueline Kolle adding the twen-
tieth inch to a skirt that "only has The Michigan Dames' Homemaking
to be 34 inches long." group, in charge of Mrs. L. F. Haines,
Learn to Glide will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. today at
A the home of Mrs. Howard Merrick,
A shot rings out rdnainary ) fol- 28Chliurch Street.
lowed by a blood cudlin Gscreamd The hostess will give a talk on the
-very real) at which eJean Greenwald subject of Chinese rugs, entitled,
'Icalx ng Over the Shoulder of a Chi-
* tese Rug Weaver." She will illustrate
Senior S &,elipr talk by slides from photographs
1made intI ie rug weaving establish-
T kere s (nts in Peking.
Tickes Plais 'viil also be made at this
m.1e1cting for a potluck supper, to be
Nheld April 28, in the Russian tea room
of the L:'ague. Mk us. John Lamb is
to 1w in chars, _
Caps And Gow' ns (-h
Donned FA41or iIA r 1 H' SIG KA e iPPA n
Phi Samt Kppa held its annual
.t I]CI~t6 1 ll' 'oiu)6di,'s Etuet, Saturday night,


two seniors and two juniors, Miss Beil
said. The Judiciary Council will be
in charge of the voting.
General Election For Judiciary Body
The junior positions on the Judi-
ciary Council are two-year positions,
Miss Bell said. All of the candidates
for the three League vice-presidents
and the four Judiciary Council posi-
tions were recommended by the Judi-
ciary Council to the League Under-
graduate Council. The Undergrad-
uate Council accepted all of the
recommendations, and nominated the
candidates for campus election.
The new vice-presidents and Ju-
diciary Council members will take
office Apil 6 at the Annual Instal-
lation Banquet of the League. It
will be necessary to present identifi-
cation cards in order to vote, Miss
Bell said.
Phi Lambda Kappa announces the
initiation last week of the following
members: Jack Lapides, '39M, Robert
Sobel, '39M, and Saniel Stearns,
- J E W EE R


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4 17 2j

Tickets for Senio Supper, annual
event honoring fom h-y(ar womn,
are going radpidly, fetir u'un
'36, chairman, s
is open from 3:30 to 5:30 p m. iii ugTh

Maih c 14, a 'the Univ(,rsity Club in
I u t roil. 'l'i l siding toastmaster
was alun us I[. A. Ili'hcho;k of Cor-
zell U 1(1 ho>:speakers for
Ben' ('iia o ' el l i a ii, Richard
utk o '(Cornell and Professor

Thursday in the Unde'gract'e Of- ' (
fie of the League. for Detlroil
To Be Hd T'h sday
Senior Supper, to be held,, at 6: -
p.m. Thursday, te nightoIhI' ! le-
miere of the Junior Gi ! PLay, maks
the first time thatO siO ' woo ap-
pear in their caps anmo gons. Aftr
the dinner the group in a body will
attend this year's junior iit'oduet ion,
"Sprize!" in the Lydia Ilendeblsohn I A
Numbers on the tickets illiiclt
seat numbers in the iln.atre. Mis
Chapman stressed the fact that wom-
en desiring to sit together during tlt'
performance should purchase ;heiI
tickets at the same time. The n
of the tickets is 65 cents, which in-
eludes both the dinner and the pla-
Julie Kane '> oastmasteri
Mortarboard and Senior Society.
the two senior honorary organiza-
tions, will be honored at the dinner.
and there will be a special table;?
which central committee nmembe's
and women who played the leads for
last year's Junior Play will be seate
Julie Kane, '36, chai.'man for the
1936 production, is to be toastmastr.
Five members of the cast are to pre-
sent a short specialty entertainment
in which will be featured individual
songs and portions of last year's play.
Committee menbers fr the affa
are: Betty Greve, '36, ('tps and gowns'
Sue Thomas, '36 ,and Grace Bartling,
'36, decorations, and Kathryn Riot-
dyk, patronesses. Virginia York, '36
is assisting Miss Chapman.

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the more of them, the merrier
the crazier you mix up the
rolors and fabrics, the smarter
they (and you) are. In short, no
co-ed's wardrobe is complete
this Spring, unless it contains
plenty of these "little things" in
their many types, and rainbow
BLOUSES, cotton and silk..
.. $2.50 to $3.95
SWEATERS, sports and dress-
maker types .... $2.50 to $5.95
SKIRTS, monotones and giddy
plaids ........ $3.95 to $6.50

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And as finishers you'll need ..
S C1A VATS and NECKTIES, just like "his" ................59c
hIANKIES, in bright sports shades .................25c each
SPORTS JEWELRY, wood, metal, and enamel..........$1.00
BOUTONNIERES, in bright costume color combinations......

Theatre: Majestic, "Follow the
Fleet" with Ginger Rogers and Frd

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