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;DAY, APRIL 29, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FWE

Committee Chairmen For Freshman Fiesta Are Anno

iuned

Jenny Petersen
To HeadGroup
Of 8 Chairmen
Feature Of Lantern Night
To Be Annual Freshman
Affair; No Date Set
Pierce To Direct
Unusual Response Shown
By Freshmen Class; Get
100 Petitions
Jenny Petersen was chosen general
chairman of this year's Freshman
Fiesta at a special meeting of the
League Council last night, according
to Charlotte Fueger, '37, League pres
ident. Miss Petersen is afliliated with
Pi Beta Phi sorority and is at present
a tryout on The Daily staff. In the
capacity of assistant chairman will
be Stephanie Parfet, a member of
Alpha Phi.
Other freshman women heading
the various committees were also an-
nounced. Frances Sutherland, who
is affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis,
was appointed chairman of the fi-
nance committee. Harriet Pomeroy is
to head the publicity group. Miss
Pomeroy is a member of Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority and is working as a
tryout for The Daily.
Other Chairmen
Directing the costume committee
will be Magna Mountford, a resident
of Betsy Barbour. Roberta Chissus,
affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta sor-
ority, is to have charge of decorations
and Mary Anne Loughborough will
head the poster committee. Miss
Loughborough is a member of Kappa
Delta. Jean Holland, a Mosher Hall
resident, was chosen music chairman
and Mary Rall, affiliated with Delta
Gamma, is to have charge of enter-
tainment.
Sally Pierce, Grad., is to direct the
affair. Miss Pierce was in Play Pro-
duction for three years and is now
taking graduate work in dramatics.
She participated in both Soph Cab-
aret and Junior Girls' Play, and is a
member of Delta Gamma sorority.
Both the League and Judiciary
Councils are more than satisfied with
the freshman committee, the unusual
number of petitioners and the large
attendance at the mass meeting held
last Wednesday to discuss the fiesta,
according to Miss Rueger and Mary-
anna Chockley, '37, head of the Judi-
ciary Council.
Freshman Meeting
About 300 first-year women turned
out for the mass meeting. At that
time an informal vote was taken and
it was decided by a unanimous de-
cision that the Freshman Fiesta
should be substituted this year for
the usual Project, and that it should
be combined with Lantern Night.
Approximately 100 petitions for
chairmanships for the affair were re-
ceived. To be scholastically eligible,
each woman was required to have
no grade below a C and at least one
grade above it. All applicants were
interviewed by the Judiciary Council
who recommended one person for
each position to the League Council.
All recommendations were accepted
by that body.
The new chairmen are to start work
at once and committee appointments
are to be announced shortly. The
fiesta is to be given at nightfall
immediately before Lantern Night, on
Palmer Field. The exact date is un-
decided as yet. This affair is the
first event which freshman women
are allowed to give on campus and the
response, according to Miss Chockley,
was most gratifying.
Last Year's Project

It was emphasized that the fiesta
this year is to be very different from
the annual Freshfnan Projects of the
past. Last year the first-year women
gave a Mardi Gras dance in the Grill
of the League, In an all-campus vote,
Kay Carpenter, '35, was chosen queen
and was crowned with ceremony at
the affair: She was attended by Miss
Pierce, Marie Murphy, '35, Georgina
Karlson, '35, and Hilda, Kirby, '35,
who were her contestants for the
title.

"Alice In Wonderland'

To Open May 6

SECRETARIAL TRAINING
Spring Term

Committee Assistant

Grace Snyder, '37, new president
ef Mortarboard, has been selected
by Jian Ilatfield to assist on the
Orientation committee of the
League. Miss Snyder will have
charge of all transfer students who
enter the University.
'hree Chosen
For Committee
On Orientation
Jean Hatfield Announces
Grace Snyder To Aid
Transfer Students
Grace Snyder, '37, Gretchen Leh-
mann, '37, and Mary Louise Willough-
by, '37, have been appointed as as-
sistants on the orientation committee
of the League, according to Jean Hat-
field, '37, chairman.
Miss Snyder will be in charge of
all upperclass women who have trans-
ferred here from other universities.
She is on The Daily business staff, on
the social committee of the League,
is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta,
and also of Wyvern. Miss Snyder
has been a leader in the orientation
program and was on the finance com-
mittee of J.G.P. She was recently'
elected to the presidency of Mortar-
board, national sorority for senior
women.
The social activities of the orienta-
tion committee will be under the di-
rection of Miss Willoughby. She has
been a member of a committee for
the Frosh Project, and is on the so-
cial committee of the League. Miss
Willoughby had a part in Soph Cab-
aret and has been an orientation
leader and a member of the 'Ensian
staff. This year she was on the
J.G.P. finance committee and took
part in the production.
Miss Lehmann will act as secre-
tary of the committee, according to
Miss Hatfield. Newly-elected vice-
president of Mortarboard, Miss Leh-
mann has acted as treasurer of Alpha
Lambda Delta, secretary of Assembly,
and assistant orientation leader. She
has been a member of the ticket
committees of Assembly and of the
Soph Cabaret.
R.O.rT.C. Society
Initiates Eighl Men{
Eight men were initiated into Scab-
bard and Blade, honorary R.O.T.C.
society, at a formal initiation Sun-
day morning, following a hike Sat-
urday to the University Fresh Air
Camp and banquet in the evening.
The initiation took place before the
Scabbard and Blade plaque on the
campus flagpole.
The new members are Robert Beuh-
ler, '37, J. G. Briner, '37, F. W. Don-
ovan, '37, R. L. Eshelmen, '37, C. W.
Getkin, '37, W. H. Mason, '37, D. S
Parry, '37, Cedric Sweet, '37.
A formal banquet in honor of the
new initiates will be given Friday,
May 1, prior to the Military Ball.

League Plans
Reception After
Carroll's Play
Opening Night Affair Will
Replace Monthly Tea; Is
Year's Last Show
A reception sponsored by the
League will be given after the open-
ing night of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in
Wonderland" to be presented by Play
Production May 6-9 with matinees
Friday and Saturday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
This is the first time that a recep-
tion has been planned by the League
following one of Play Production's
offerings. It is being given in place
of the regular monthly League tea
and all present at the opening night
are invited to attend. It will be held
in the League Ballroom. Harriet
Hathaway, '37, chairman of the house
reception committee and Betty Ann
Beebe, '37, president of the Panhell-
enic Association, are in charge of ar-
rangements.
Eva La Gallienne Production
Play Production is presenting the
Eva La Gallienne production of "Alice
in Wonderland." It is working in
cooperation with the Children's
Theatre in the production. This is
the last of a series of three offered by
the group this year. However, season
tickets for the Children's Theatre
plays will be honored only at the two
rniatinee performances.
Windt To Direct
Valentine B. Windt, director of
Play Production, will direct this pro-
duction and he will be assisted by
Virginia Frink. Stage settings are be-
ing designed by Oren Parker and
James Doll, '36, is in charge of the
costumes.
Tickets for the play will go on sale
Saturday at the box office of the
League. Evening performances will
sell at 50 cents and 75 cents and mat-
inees at 50 cents. Children's tickets
are priced at 25 cents for any time.
Senior To Present
Graduation Recitali

Brenda Park* set
AttendsC(4011.ference
Of College Woe.

Federation Of
Women's Clubs
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SHORTHANDI
BOOKKEEPING
ACCOUNYTING

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By BETTY ANIE$RSON
Returning from the A.F.C.W. con-
ference held April 23-26 in Minne- The twentieth annual meeting of
apolis, Minn., Brenda Parkinson, '36, the Washtenaw Federation of Wom-
president of last year's W.A.A., in- en's Clubs held a meeting yesterday
formally presented her views of how in the League. Mrs. Julio del Toro,
the Michigan orgaiizat ion compared president of the organization was in
with others tlirou.hount he country, charge of all arrangements.
yesterday. Following a welcoming address by
"As far as I could see, the W.A.A. Mrs. W. C. Hoad and a number of
here has several superior qualities," reports concerning the work of the
Miss Parkinson stated. She then went organization, William L. Simonds of
on and pointed oui i uat we have bet- the Edison Institute at Dearborn, i
ter facilities than most -oolleges and t;ave an address on Edison, Burbank I
seem to be the only college witn a and Ford, entit-led "The Tihree Gar-
separate women's field house as well deuers of Destiny."
as tennis courts and bowling alleys. Mr. Simonds remarked upon the
Open Membership similarity in the lives of these three
Another point she emphasizedxwas famous men, whom he said had all
the fact that there is open member- been self-educated and called atten-
ship here. 'The great majority of r- tion to the fact that each was se-
ganizations throughout the country, verely criticized during his life-time---
Edison for "faking his inventions and
she explained, have more qualifica- bolstering the stock market," and
tions for memberships ,and members Brbank for 'creating things con-
are required to pay dues. Irary to the will of God." The ad-
Thirdly, she revealed, the intramur-
al system here is woriweij out better deswsils~ae ihAeepi i
at ydm erea omn ot eterView., and r+3niuded with an enu-
than at most schools Many colleges ieraE f Jud c ofnted wihf anoen
do not even have rn IntramuralSys.- to so iely y -a of these men,
loin ,'hP rfa ,I ,irnd nl . , nr (ol-

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leg es it is.;runt by thew physical edtuca-
tion department -rather thatn byth
W.A.A. itself.

i

Recreatian Throughout Year
Mixed recreation is carried out bet-
ter here than at the majority of col-
leges, she revealed. Many colleges
eliminate it entirely and others fol-
low Iowa State in having it only in
the fall and spring outdoor seasons,
she pointed out. Oklahoma attempts
to solve the problem by having a
mixed group that continues as a class
throughout the entire year, she stat-
ed.
After making a special inquiry
about the success of an outdoor cabin
as there have been suggestions that
we have one here, Miss Parkinson
stated that practically every college
represented but Wisconsin who had
attempted it had found it a distinct
success.
IH[omeniaki ng Head
Chosen By Dames

Pill SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigmra. Sigma announces the
election of the following officers for
tyhe coming year: Francis Seitner, '37,
president;: Sally Leavitt, '37, vice-
president; Mildred Goldberg, '37, sec-
ietary; llorence Weismann, '39,
treasurer: l (ty Fronm, '39, histor-
ian; : i irec Jaskuec, '38, rushing tailored ly i arbz
chairman.
An installation of these officers was of-all pure silk rat
held at a formal banquet held Sun-
day nighlt. SPECIAL PROMOTION
Starting Today
ALPHA CIII OMEGA
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Anne Farquhar, senior in the A meeting of the Michigan Dames
School of Music who has specialized at a potluck supper last night in the
in piano, will appear in a graduation Russian Tea Room of the League re-
recital at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in the sulted in the election of Mrs. Wilbert
School of Music Auditorium on May- Hindman, Jr., as chairman of the
nard Street. The general public, with Homemaking group, and Mrs. Clif-
the exception of small children, is in- ford Kiehn, assistant chairman.
vited. An informal discussion on Hobbies
She will begin the program with for Wives was conducted and cook
Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D books and recipe holders were distrib-
Major." Following, she will play uted. Mrs. L. F. Haines was in charge
Schumann's "Sonata in G Minor, of the group and Mrs, John Lamb was
Op. 22, Presto, Andantino, Scherzo, in charge of the supper committee
Rondo." For the rest of the program, which included Mrs. R. D. Reekie,
she has chosen "Pastorale Variee" by Mrs. H. J. Dawe, Mrs. R. O. Graham,
Mozart, "Intermezzo, Op. 117, No 1' Mrs. Albertus Derks, Mrs. J. C. Wag-
by Brahms and "Pour le Piano, Pre- ner, Mrs. Kenneth Hodge, Mrs. L. J.
lude, Sarabande, Toccata" by De- Zahorski, Mrs. Paul Huss, Mrs. E. N.
bussey. Yenner and Mrs. F. G. McFayden.

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CROP AND SADDLE
All women wishing to try out for
Crop and Saddle will meet at 7 p.m.
today at Barbour Gym, according to
Eleanor French, president. Trans-
portation will be provided.

W.P.A. EXHIBIT
Motion and still pictures depicting
the progress of the Works Progress
Administration in Michigan will be
shown at 4 p.m., 7 p.m., and 9 p.m.
today in Alumni Memorial Hall.

MONTH END SALE OF
~DRESSES
Wednesday - Thursday
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Lighter Colored Crepes and Sheers
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Sizes 12 to 46 -16'. to 26'%
$5 __-* 9$17,1
Values to $25.00
SUITS COATS
Swaggers Tailleurs Navy - Grey - Tan - Plaid
$12.95 2-piece Sizes to 42
$7.95
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Values to Values to $25
$29.75 $22.50
SWEATERS SKIRTS
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