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CRJIDAY, APRIL 24, 1,936

THE "IMICHIGAN DAILY

1' AG E I'll""

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VAGE FI~ r

'Clotard et Cie'
Is Annual Play
Of French Club
Vandenberg, Nelson. And
Potter Have Leads I The
Production
The French Club will present Cho-
tard et Cie, its annual production
Tucsday, April 28, at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
The following cast has been an-
nounced for the play: Francis Cho-
tard, Carl Nelson, '37E; Julien Col-
linet, Vaudie Vandenberg, '36; Par-
paillon, Ross MacPherson, '36; Le
Capitaine, Robert Rogers, '36; Le
Sous-Prefet, Harold Barnes, Grad.;
Marie Chotard, Martha Dynes, '39;
and Augustine, Margaret Cutler, '36.
Nelson, Vandenberg and MacPher-
son have been active in Play Produc-
tion for -everal seasons. Miss Cutler,
Baines, Nelson and Vandenberg all
took part in the French Club's pro-
duction last year. Miss Dynes has
lived in France for ten years.
The plot of the play revolves about
the struggle between art and the
bourgeois ideal. Julien Collinet, poet
and dreamer, has married into a
family cf wholesale grocers whose
life is entirely devoted to money-mak-
ing endeavors. Relations become so
strained that Julien is about to leave
when he receives a prize of 10,000
francs for a novel. Overnight he be-
comes a celebrity.
This fact changes the familiy's atti-
tude for they can count his success
in commercial terms. They try to
regiment his success until he turns
about and enters the grocery busi-
ness. Thus he is assured of com-
parative peace in which he can dream
him dreams unhampered by the
others.
Tickets, priced at 50 cents, will be
on sale Monday and Tuesday at the
boxoffice of the League. Cercle Fran-t
cais membership cards will be accept-
ed for 25 cents on the purchase of
tickets.x
Few Houses To
Hold Activities
This Week-End
Tau Beta Pi To Entertain
At Annual Formal Part
Tonight At League
Very few houses are entertaining
this week-end. The fraternities that
will hold activities tonight are Phi
Sigma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
and Theta Chi.
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineer-
ing fraternity is holding its annual
closed formal dance tonight in the
Ethel Fountain Hussey Rdom of the
League. Fred Newberg, '36E, is gen-
eral chairman for the affair; Roy
Sandstrom, '36E, is in charge of the
music and invitations, and Robert
Alexander, '36E, is in charge of the
chaperons and arrangements.
The chaperons will be Prof. and
Mrs. James H. Sams and Prof. and
Mrs. Walter C. Sadler. The Blue
Collegians orchestra will play.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will have an
informal party tonight, Henry Alex-
ander, '37, social chairman, an-
nounced. Chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. David Reed and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Gibson.
Theta Chi is holding its an-
nual Bowery Ball tonight according

to Paul Krans, '37E, who is in charge.
It will be a radio dance which will
be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Palmer.
Phi Sigma Delta will hold a radio
dance at the house tonight. Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Koffman and Dr.
Jerome Hauser will act as chaperons,
and Seymour Golden, '37, is in charge
of the arrangements.
Alpha Gamma Sigma
Alpha Gamma Sigma, Girl Reserve
sorority, is holding a spring semi-t
formal in honor of the pledges to-
night in the Alumnae Room of the
League. The co-chairmen, Ruth
Miller, '38SM, and Gladys Parkinson,
'39, have planned decorations carried
out in black and gold with the dance
programs patterned after the sorority
pin.

Smile All TheWhile

TwoCampus
CHAPTER HOUSE
Engraemeints ACTIVITY NOTES
Made Knowni
Officers for the coming year have
Parents Of Mary O'Brien been announced by many fraiernigst
and sororities. Also, several houses
And Eleanor Johnson have added new pledges to their list.
Reveal Their Plans Alpha Omicron Pi
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien iave an- Alpha Omicron Pi sorority an-
nounced the engagement of their nounces the pledging of Roberta Ross,
daughter, Mary, '36, toR oscoe Day, '36, Ramsay, N. J.; Armeila Fenlon,
Jr., Grad., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ros- ; 39 Tully, N. Y.; and Doris Gooding,
ccc Day of Oakland, Calif. 39, Turwyd.
Miss O'Brien was a member of Wy- ' Norwood.
vern and Mortarboard, Women's bus- Delta Tau Delta
iness manager of The Daily last year, Delta Tau Delta announc;es as its
and served on the League Council for new officers: president, Franklin Dan-
two years. She was finance chair-n
man for Soph Cabaret, a member of nemiller, '37; vice-president Frederick
the cast for J.G.P., and for two years Buchanan, '37; corresponding secre-
a r'epresentative for her class. She tary, Don Belden, '39; and social
is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta. chairman, Louis Belden, '37.j

-Associated Press Photo.
The girl with the million dollar
tiile is Peggy Anne Spencer, pretty
brunette of Grand Rapids, who re-
cently wcn the title of "Smile Girl"
in the Kent State University con-
test at Kent, O.
Petitions For
League Jobs
CloseToday
Petitioning for positions on League
committees closes today. The appli-
cations are to be submitted in the
Undergraduate Office. The five com-
mittees which are open to petitioning
are: the house reception, social, pub-
licity, theatre-arts and merit system
groups. There will be no positions
open as yet on the orientation com-
mittee.
All scholastically-eligible women
may file applications. Women may
petition for more than one commit-
tee but should indicate their prefer-
c.nce by the order in which they place
uhe different groups on the blanks.
The Council will announce the
:Memberships of the various commit-
,ees. There will be no interviewing
of the applicants.
INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED
Petitioning for positions for the
Freshman Fiesta will be held to-
day and tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Interviewing of applicants is
scheduled for 3 to 5:30 p.m. to-
day, and 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. tomor-
row.

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Iy was graduated iroim LelandG- ama Phi Beta
Stanford University in '34, where he
was a member of Chi Psi fraternity. Gamma Phi Beta announces its of-
He has been a graduate student in ficers for the next year. They are:
the forestry school for two years. president, Mary Potter, '37; vice-pres-
The wedding will take place in De- ident, Louise Sprague, '37: recording
troit sometime in June. After this, secretary, Dorothy Webb, '37; corre-
the couple plan to make th'eir home sponding secretary, Charlotte Hamil-
in Portland, Ore. ton, '37; treasurer, Shirley Crosman,
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson of '38; and rushing chairman, Mary
Lawton, Mich., announced yesterday Lambie, '37.
the engagement of their daughter, Lambda Chi Alpha
Eleanor, '36, to John H. O'Brien, '35, Lambda Chi Alpha announces the
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. O'Brien election of the following officers for
of Detroit. next year: president, Arthur A. Whit-
Miss Johnsonis a member of Sen- ing, Jr., '37; vice-president, Ronald
ior Society and has been secretary and Hayes, '37; treasurer, Charles F. Par-j
treasurer of Betsy Barbour dormi- ker, Jr., '37; secretary, William
tory, where she has lived on the Struve, '37; pledge trainer, Edward
campus. She was on the women's ;W. Foote, '38; and social chairman,
staff of The Daily for three years, Walter Truc, Jr., '38.
and was a member of the Junior Girls
Play publicity committee. She par-
ticipated in the Soph Cabaret and was The newly-elected officers of Phi
in the Freshman Girls' Glee Club. Kappa Tau are president, Donald
Mr. O'Brien, who was Ann Arbor Ralston, '36; vice-president, Hillary
correspondent of the Detroit Times Everson, '37; secretary, George Frank,
when he was on the campus, was a '37; house manager, Howard Carroll,1
winner in the Hopwood awards. '37; treasurer, and Wilson Hardle-
ben, '38.
OMEGA EPSILON Sigma Phi Epsilon
Omega Epsilon, national speech Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
and dramatics society, which is lim- pledging of James L. Lee, '39E; Grand
ited on this campus to radio dra- Haven, James R. Lee, '38E, Niagara
matics announces the pledging of Falls, N.Y., Donald Paquette, Super-
Jeanette Strauss, '37, of Detroit and ior, Wis., and Russell A. Reed, '38,
Jeanne Pray, '37, of Ann Arbor. of St. Johnsbury. Vt.
ENTERING WED GE

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I lenny Carnival
To Give Fairy-, , ,-r- '' -;
Story Pacrod 1Ir
Stiaged As Pa( . I n Smart Wear
The Trend Is Toward
Part of the entertainment at the
p esentation of Penny Carnival to be
1i ld Saturda y night at Barboutrr:n
Smnasium will be the meilr7,ma
v eich will be given during in ernis-
~in. n ntw r
The play is a parody 'n Mother GWr
S>ose tales and a combination of the The Trend Is Toward
Yies of little Red Riding Hood and
ri e Three Bears, with other well-
k. own characters put in to add to the nia r
92 neral humor of it all.
It will re done in pantomine with
1 reader commenting on the differentTh "nirs r
p'irts. Appropriate music from pop- The Smar sports
uiar songs will aid to express the Tw Pe F I
f clings of the characters throughout wo-Piece rocks
tie performance.
Jane Carson, '37, will play the lead- Mannish Ensembles
tug role, that of little Red Riding-
locks. Betty Goutremont, '37, will . . . Boleros . . . Suits
take the part of the "big, bad wolf."
vhile Irene Sartor, '38, will appear in -these are creating a
the role of Barnacle Bill, who comesn
in at the end to "save the day." highly favorable impression.
The much featured three little pigs
will be played by Betty Kelser, '36D,
Betty Wills, '37, and Jean McFarland,
'37P. The parts of the mamma bear,
the papa bear ,and the "itsy-bitsy" Priced
bear will be taken by Joan Wentz,
'38, Sue Willard. '37, and Barbara
Johnson, '38. A "hot soup" danceaand UP d
will be another part of the perfor- This model $16.95
mance.
Virginia Hunt, Spec.SM, will ac-
company at the piano, while the play
is directed by Janet Lambert, '37.he E abeh "D dln
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