THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Now Have 574'
Pro"osed Women's Swimming Pool Plans
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Dance Recital Portrays Scenes
From Typical American
ALPHA GAWIMA DELTA THE 31 STEPS IN A HAT
In honor or the new initiates, Alpha The manufacture of the felt hat,
Gamma Delta sorority held a ban- from the beaver or hare skin to the
cruet ycsterday evening. Betty Wag- finished product, is one of the most
nier, '36, who also acted as toastmis- fascinating stories connected with
tress, was in charge. Mrs. Dorothy men's clothes. There are 31 distinct-
Carpenter presented awardsato Ruth ly different steps in the making of
Edison, '38,* of the pledges, and Jean a felt fedora.
Fleckenstine, '36, of the actives. Mar- 1 --®
garet Johnson, '39, spoke for the new Maureen Friar, '36, Miss Edison and
initiates, and Margaret Carlson, '38. Miss Fleckenstine were other speakers,
Many More Signatures Are
Expected, W. A. A. Head
Latest results from women's swim-
ming pool petitioning show that the
number of signatures has reached 574,
Brenda Parkinson, '36, W.A.A. presi-
dent, announced yesterday.
Several houses and the majority of
the zones have not sent in their peti-
tions yet, she explained, so the num-
ber of signatures is expected to reach
an even higher level.
Enthusiastic approval of the pro-
posed scheme has been very evident
on all the petitions sent in this far.
In the column left for remarks, such
comments as "good point!"; "We need
a pool of our own"; "The interest cer-
tainly warrants a pool"; "I can't think
of anything with enough strength to
show how very much we need and
want a pool"; "The crowded condition
at the last women's swimming meet
at the Union pool surely signify a
great necessity"; show that there is
no lack of interest about the matter,
according to Miss Parkinson.
Houses that have handed in peti-
tions so far are: Alpha Omicron Pi,
Cowboy, Negro Life And
Novelty Number Make
By MARY KATHERINE JOHNSON
Scenes from typical American life
will be portrayed by the Play Pro-
duction class and the Dance Club
in their dance recital Friday, April
3. A "Negro Work Song" and "Plains
Ballad," a cowboy song, are taken
from an entire composition "Amer-
ican Saga," now in the making, which,
according to Miss Ruth Bloomer, is
being planned for next year's presen-
The work song is a literal inter-
pretation of the well-known folk tune,
"Water Boy." A soloist will sing the
words and Oren Parker will follow the
voice theme with a dance solo. Other
students will form a counter-rhythm
All the thrills of the wild west are
portrayed in the cowboy number, even
to the riding, and, incidentally, the
falling off of the bucking bronchos.
being saved by Henry with the Flit
can. The first to appear on the scene
are the moths. who do a take-off on
the aesthetic dancing of 1910 with itsa
long silk costumes and flowing scarfs.
Next come the twin sisters Beatrice
and Rosebud Wolfson, as the wasps.
Two rhythmic pantomimes, "Par-
ade" and "Parachute Jump," are done
by Play Production classes. These
consist of types of movement for the
theatre and differ from pure dramatic
pantomime in that they are limited
to the range of the rhythm, though
the dancers are allowed more free
movement than in the straight dance
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Tbcn plans show the appearance of the women's swimming pool,
row being petitioned for by women students. The pool will have a glass
(ap which can be opered during the summer months and will be an-
uexed to the Women's Athletic Asoaciation Building when constructed.
The "Dance of Energy," by the
Play Production women, will be ac-
companied by the University Sym-
phony Orchestra playing music from
Edward German's suite, "Henry the
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alpha Delta Phi announces the re-
cent initiation of Charles Bowen,
from March 30th
to April 11th
Alexandre de Markoff pre-
ients an acquaintance pack.
.ge of four preparations,
X2.00; a complete set of
ieven preparations, X3.50.
317 SOUTH STATE
Alpha Phi, Alpha Zi Delta, Kappa
Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Phi Sigma Sigma, Pi
Beta Phi, Adelia Cheever,MBetsy
Bar bour, Mosher-Jordan, Martha
Cook, Helen Newberry and Zone 3.
Early next week the W.A.A. board
vill meet and discuss definite meas-
u tres to be taken according to the
final results of the petitions, Miss
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TWo Otljer Prograns Will
hiCltle Dance Recital.
And One Act Plays
Play Production has scheduled a
full program next week with different
offerings billed for Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday in the Lydia Mendel-
"Ladies In Waiting" will be given at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday. This is a my-
stery comedy directed by Sarah
Pierce, Grad., in which all members
of the cast are women. Admission
to the play which will be givenfor
only one performance is by invita-
tion. These may be procured by
writing to the PlayProduction Of-
f ice or applying at the box office at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre af-
ter 10 a.m. Tuesday. It is the second
laboratory offering of the year.
Friday, the fourth annual dance re-
cital will be given under the com-
bined auspices of Play Production,
the Department of Physical Educa-
tion and the School of Music. The
dances have been arranged by Miss
Ruth Bloomer of the Physical Edu-
This year for the first time the
University Orchestra will play for the
recital. There will also be choral
accompaniments given by students in
the School of Music. Tickets for this
production are priced at 35 and 50
cents. The box office for the sale
will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The third offering of Play Produc-
tion next week will be a laboratory
exercise given at a matinee Satur-
day. Several one act plays will be
presented. Admission to these exer-
cises will be by special invitation only.
The dance is done entirely by the
men of Play Production with a voice
accompaniment singing the familiar
ballad, "Get Along Little Dogie."
A novelty number, entitled "Quick
Henry, the Flit," composed and di-
rected by Miss Bloomer last year at
the University of Oregon, is adapted
from the popular "Flit" cartoons, the
dance is made into a satire on various
types of dance. A fisherman sitting
by a stream is pestered by one swarmj
of insects after another, each time1
Fellowships To Be Given
By National Chapter Of
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Three fellowships of five hundred
dollars each have been offered by
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority to out-
standing women students according
to Dean Alice B. Lloyd. The fellow-
ships are available to any woman
student who is a graduate or who
will be in June, 1936 from any college
,in which there is an active chapter
of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Applicants
for these fellowships need not be
members of this sorority however.
Although applicants must come
from institutions where Kappa chap-
ters are located, the graduate work
itself may be done in any institution
of satisfactory standing.
The recipients will be determined
purely on scholastic attainment, and
it has been decided that one appointee
will be chosen each year from those
specializing in human relationships,
work and one from those studying
some branch of the arts.
All applications must be in by May
15. Application blanks may be ob-
tained by writing Miss Eleanor V. V.
Bennet, 2531 Benvenue Avenue, Ber-
Accompanying the applications
must be a letter in the applicant's
own handwriting, and recommenda-
tions from two professors concerning
qualifications for such work, two from
alumni or friends who are not con-
nected with college and one from thc
Dean of Women. Along with these
must also be included a transcript of
one's college record, a health certifi-
cate from a graduate physician anc
a recent photograph.
'39, Robert Burhans, '37, Russell Cole,
'39, Russell Hook, '39, Horace Gilmore,
'39, Julian Kilman, '38, William Jack,
'38, Edward MacKenzie, '39, Charles
Mayne, '37, William Spicer, '39,
Wayne White, '38.
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your morning shower.
styles - Tuxedo and
Neck with hood.
Month-End Sale of Hats!
MONDAY I1d TUESDAY
One Group consisting of Black, Brown,
and Navy STRAWS and FELTS at $3.00
At the DILLON SHOP 605 East Williams, Off State
MONDAY and TUESDAY
of GRAND VALUES Right in
the Middle of the Season!
$12.95 .u1nd $0.95
Black, navy, aqua, copen, rose and darker printed crepes.
Knitted two- and three-piece suits in mostly darker shades.
Evening and Dinner Dresses of crepes, chiffons and laces-
white, pastel included.
Sweaters and Jersey Blouses . ......... at $1.00
-the ideal thing for wear on chilly days. Sizes to 40.
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Petitions Due For
It's YOU She Wants on
Applications for the Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarships, incorporated
in the Michigan League Undergrad-
uate Council Awards, may be filed
tomorrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice, where blanks for that purpose
I are obtainable.
Sophomore and junior women with
a scholastic average of 1.7 or above
are eligible to apply for these schol-
arships, which are for $100 each. They
are to be used in the junior and senior
Those receiving the presentations
will be announced at the annua
League Installation Banquet, which
will be held April 6 in the League
Qualificatioiis [or the awards inl-
clude: ability and leadership as ex-
emplified in activities listed under
the merit system, character, good
scholarship and need.
All applicants are to be interviewec
by the Executive Board of the Under-
graduate Council, which is composec
of the president, secretary-treasurer
and the three vice-presidents. The
final decisions, based on the recom-
mendations of the board, are to de-
pend on the council itself.
K tppa Nu announces the elcetioii
of the following officers: President.
1?obert J. Friedman, '37; vice-presi-
dent, Samuel Pozin, '37Spec.; secre-
tary, J. Norman Soodik, '37; treasurer
Sheldon M. Ellis, '37.
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REMEMBER - garments so treated, are in-
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