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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mass Meeting
For Freshman
Project Is Held
New Assistant Chairman
Is Announced; Pageant
To Be Given June 1
Katherine Schulz was announcec
the new assistant chairman of the
Freshman Project at the mass meet-
ing yesterday by Jenny Petersen,
general chairman.
Miss Schulz then introduced the
heads of the committees, who are
Frances Sutherland, finance; Magna
Mountford, costume; Harriet Pom-
eroy, publicity; Jean Holland, music;
Mary Ann Loughborough, poster;
Mary Rall, entertainer; Roberta
Chissus, decorations. Nancy Ston-
ington was appointed chairman of
a subcommittee under publicity in
charge of programs.
Miss Sutherland spoke on the work
of the finance committee and at-
tempted to contact the women who
live in Ann Arbor and the residents
of the League houses.
Sally Pierce, Grad., who is direct-
ing and casting the Freshman Pag-
eant, explained definitely the differ-
ent speaking parts in "Oz U." These
parts are The Wizard, Dorothy, Pro-
fessor Wogglebug, B.M.O.C., Best
dressed man and woman on campus,
Football Player, Obvious Freshman,
Dumb French Student, Phi Beta
Kappa, Goon, Forestry Student and
Engineer.
It was estimated that 200 women
attended the meeting. Immediately
after the meeting the tryouts for
speaking parts, under the direction
of Miss Pierce, and dancing, with
Barbara Heath in charge, were held.
There will be another meeting of the
tryouts for both type of parts at
4:30 p.m., Thursday, May 14, in the
undergraduate office.
The Freshman pageant, "Oz U,"
will be given at twilight on June 1
just before the traditional Lantern
Night March. Preceding the pageant
it has been planned that all sorori-
ties, dormitories and zones will eat
their suppers together at 5 p.m. Ac-
Scording to an old tradition, the
undergraduate division of the League
is to furnish coffee free of charge, to
all women attending.
J. W. Stanton
To peak For
Panel Series
Last of the series of International
Panels will be presented at 4 p.m.
Sunday in the Michigan League. The
topic to be discussed will be Chinese
language and literature.
Dr. John W. Stanton of the history
department, who offers a course in
Chinese and who speaks it fluently,
will address the panel on the struc-
ture of the Chinese language. Mrs.
Chi-Shing Bang, (Charmaine Tseu,
'37P,) will speak on "Erroneous Im-
pressions Which Americans Have of
the Chinese Language."
Other features on the program in-
clude an address on Chinese poetry
by Man-Kuei Li, Grad. She will
illustrate her discussion with selec-
tions from different periods of poetry
development in her native country.
Those attending will be offered an
opportunity to participate in inform-
al discussion.
This panel will conclude the series
which have been given throughout
the year. Two were given on the
Near East, one on India and one on
recent developments in China.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor
to foreign students, said yesterday

he was enthusiastic over the oppor-
tunity these panels have given Amer-
ican students to meet foreign groups
on campus and to discuss interna-
tional problems with them.

Margabu Gilimore Comes To Dramatic Season

Tourist Group
To FiIm CI o-Ed
Sporti Pr-w'talfl
A i fbetics At Palmer Field,
iiHfj;9 W 6I l QI' AS'4.7i

Announce Officers
For Women's Club
Mrs. Wells I. Bennett was elected
president of the Ann Arbor and Ypsi-
lanti branch of the American Associa-
tion of University Women by 60 inem-
bers of the club who attended the an-
nual meeting Saturday in the Union.

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CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

11 ipUWVIII Gyp' :,NOther newly-elected officers in-
in All-Color Moxie elude: Mrs. John Bradshaw, first vice-
President; Miss Lurene Prouse of
The co-eds of the University will pilanti,second vice-president; Mrs.
.dt Leslie F. Rittershofer, treasurer; Miss
have an opportunity to break into Mabel Kelly, assistant treasurer; Mrs.
the cinema today and tomorrow Edward M. Bragg, secretary; Mrs. Al-
when various women's athletic ac- fred O. Lee, Mrs. Stephen Attwood,

Margalo Gillmore, of the New York Theatre Guild, will be presented
at the last three productions of Dramatic Season. In "Parnell" she will
have the leading role of Katie O'Shea, and in "Night of January 16"
she will play the exotic Karen Andre; she will also appear in "The
Distaff Side."
Wild Life In Women 's Houses
Brought To Light By Reporter

tivities will be filmed by the EastI
Michigan Tourist Association as a
pa- t of that, organization's cam-
paign to publicize Michigan's at-
tractions as a state.
Ben G. Wright, assistant secretaryI
of the East Michigan Tourist As-
sociation, arrivis i Ann Aior this
Horning to supervise the filming of
the activities, which will be con-
ducted by the physical education de-
partment. The movies will all be in
color and will be used by the tourist
association in its pro-Michigan prof)
aganda.
The schedule for taking the pic-
tures and the locations are as fol-
lows:
Today-8:20 a.m., baseball and of-
ficiating, Palmer Field; 9:15 a.m.,
field sports, University High School;
9:30 a.m., canoeing, Huron River;
11 a.m., fencing, W.A.B. and rifle
shooting, Pal.er Field; :15 p.m.,
tap dancing, W.A.B.; 3:45 p.m., rid-
ing, academy; 4:30 p.m., archery,
Palmer Field; 4:45 p.m., recreation-
al leadership, Palmer Field; 5 p.m.,
W.A.A. board meeting, W.A.B.
Tomorrow - 8:20 a.m., volley ball,
Palmer Field; 8:30 a.m., hockey,
Palmer Field; 8:45 a.m., track, Palm-
er Field ; 9 a.m., tumbling, Palmer
Field; 9:15 a.m., golf, Palmer Field;
10 a.m., buildings and equipment,
Palmer Field; 12:15 p.m., dancing,
high school group, Palmer Field; 2:15
p.m., elementary school program, An-
gell Hall; 2:45 p.m., University Golf
course.
Alumnae Group
Of Mosher Hall
Will Assemble
The Alumnae Association of Mosh-
er Hall will hold its second annual,
spring meeting May 15 and 16.
The activities will start with a
formal dance at Mosher Hall Friday
evening. A dinner, followed by a
business meeting, will be given at 6
p.m. Saturday, which will be at-
tended by the seniors of the graduat-
ing class of 1936. Following this,
the group will attend the May Fes-
tival to hear Lily Pons.
This association was started in
1935 and consists of about 100 mem-
bers. The officers of the association
are: Lenore LeGendre Cody, '34,
president; Mildred Starke, '34, sec-
retary-treasurer. There is also an
alumnae board composed. of five class
secretaries. All former and present
directresses and assistant directresses
are associate members.

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Helen Manchester, president of the
Jtunior group.
Mis. Alfred 0. Lee was appointed
chairman of the committee to work
with the Bean of Women in adminis-
ering the fellowship oi $500 voted on
by the club last winter. A $100 scho-
larship was also decided upon at that
time to be used for Alumnae Housel
in 1936-37.
even ouses
Vhonored Today
At Rutbven Tea
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will open their home to stu-
dents for the second undergraduate
tea of the month from 4 to 6 p.m.
-oday.
Although all students on campus
are invited to attend, the following
groups have received special invita-
tions to the allair; Pi Beta Phi,
Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Alpha Omicron Pi sororities,
'Theta Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Theta Chi, and Lambda
Chi Alpha fraternities and Betsy
Barbour Dormitory.
Those who are to pour during the
afternoon are Harriet Hathaway, '37,j
Harriet Heath, '37, Janet Peabody,
'36, and Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
social director of the League.
Betty Gatward, '38, has recently
been appointed to direct all Ruth-
ven teas under the social commit-
tee of the League for this year. This
position was formerly held by Miss
Heath, chairman of the social com-
mittee.
Tickets For Dramatic
Season Are At League
All those who have reserved tick-
et. for the Dramatic Season must
call for them by Saturday, at the
box office of the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre, Mrs. W. D. Henderson an-
nounced yesterday.

new members of the board and Miss

The activities at the various soror-
ities and fraternities consist of elec-
tion of officers and celebrations of
Mother's Day with various dinners
and teas.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
The Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
held a Mother's Day tea from 4 to
6 p.m. Sunday, May 10. Frances Levi-
son, '37, was in charge of the arrange-
ments.
Adelia Cheever
Virginia Banning, '38, was re-elect-
ed president of Adelia Cheever house
for the coming year and Elza Doegey,
'38, was named vice-president.
Hermitage
Hermitage announces the initiation
of John Burch, '37, Walter Cramer,
38SM, Robert Johnson, '38, John Sex-
ton, '39.
The following officers have been
elected for next year: Arthur Meach-
am, '37, president; Roy Giannott, '37,
treasurer; Robert Johnson, '38, sec-
retary; Ernest Johnson, '37, house
manager.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a
Mother's Day dinner Sunday. Vir-
ginia Hunt, Spec., SM, was in
charge.
Nu Sigma Nu
Nu Sigma Nu recently elected the
following officers: Mark B. Coventry,
'37M, president; Donald J. Bourg,
'37M, vice-president; Grosvenor T.
Root, '37M, treasurer; Robert R. Wes-
sels, '39Spec.M, secretary.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma held a Mother's
Day banquet last Sunday at which
20 parents were present. A short
program was held according to Sally
Leavitt, '37, who was in charge.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honorary
geological fraternity, announced the
election of the following officersi re-
cently: Robert M. Rigg, president;
Stanley E. Jerome, vice-president;
Kenneth W. Dow, secretary-treasurer;
John A. Wilson, corresponding sec-
retary.

Wyvern To Initiate
Sophomore Women
The initiation of the 12 sophomore
women who were tapped iy Wyvern,
a junior women's honor society, will
take place at 5 p.m. today in the
chapel of the League, according to
Elsie Pierce, president. The cere-
miony will be followed by a dinner i
be given in ithe grill room.
The sophomoie women who are to
be initiated are Janet Allington, Mar-
garet Ann Ayres, Margaret Curry,
Betty Gatward, Hope Hartwig, M:ary
Johnson, Barbara Lovell, Angeline
Maliszewski, Roberta Melin, Irene
Stilson, Betty Strickroot, and Betty
Whitney.
IWhere T
Theatre: Majestic, "Kind L:dy"
with Aline McMahon and "F Man"
with Jack Haley. Michigan, "Small
Town Girl" with Janet Gaynor. Or-
pheum, "Magnificent Obsession" with
1rrene Dunne and "The Night is
Young" with Robert Young. Whiitney,
"Dangerous" with Bette Davis and
"Dangerous Waters" with Jack Holy.
Wuerth, "Desire" with Gary Cooper
and "Devil's Squadron" with Richard
Dix.
Coneert: Philadelphia Orchestra,
Leopold Stokowski, conductor, at 8:30
p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
ALPIIA 1ELT;A PII
The Alpha Delta Phi house will act
as host to the members of the Sum-
mer Institute of International Law
here, members of the Institute using
the fraternity as a dormitory.
Eye Glass Frames
Repaired.
Lenses Ground.
HALLER'S Jewedry
State Street at Liberty
Beauty Shoppe
C
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SPECIAL
OIL PERMANENT - - $3.50
FINGER WAVE and
COLOR RINSE . . . . 50c
MANICURE - - - - 50c
Tel .568t --- Above Krnpr'r's
Comner of Liberty adici Mate

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Strange Histories, Unusual
Habits Of Pets Revealed
In Investigation
By HELEN DOUGLAS
Because they have no great danes
or police dogs for mascots and be-
cause they love animals, the women
on campus have acquired a strange
collection of pets, as has been found
out by a recent survey.
A baby pig brightened the Kappa
Alpha Theta house for a while. That
is, until it died as a result of a bath
at the Pretzel Bell. Georgie, as the
pig was called after its donor, was
given to Mary Garretson as a birth-
day gift.
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority was
the scene of much merriment and
excitement while Bunny Mitchell's
monkey was around. They called the
little fellow "Evolu," short for evolu-
tion. He was quite talented, being
able to turn on the radio, eat with
his front paws (or whatever they
call a monkey's hands), and sit up
and beg.
Sampson and Delilah, the famous
turtles of Helen Newberry dormitory,
have thoroughly recovered from their
Altes Lager bath, according to their
proud owners, Betsy Anderson and
Betty Lauer. Another pet causing
much comment in the dormitory is
the canary belonging to Eleanor
Skiles. It refuses to sleep unless
covered with a raincoat.'
Jean Field, an Alpha Xi Delta, has
a most unpopular turtle. At first she
had both a turtle and a lizard. Then,
one day, the lizard disappeared, and
after looking high and low, under
chairs and behind curtains, Jean
came to the conclusion that the
turtle must have devoured its com-
panion.
Speaking of turtles, there are two

gaily decorated ones at the Gamma
Phi Beta house named Virginia
Weidlein and Shirl Crossman, after
their owners. They are kept in a
hard candy can. The two animals
are mere shadows of their former
selves, having lost most of the ar-
tistic pictures painted on their backs.
Dorothy Briscoe, over at Helen
Newberry, found that guppies multi-
ply. But she also found that they
die out easily. First there was one
little guppy, then there were ten.
Now there is one again. The first
met its doom by slipping down the
drain while taking its daily bath;
the second, by drowning; and then
about six perished during an auto-
mobile ride. The last little fellow
was the victim of its own mother,
who ate it, leaving her all alone.
WOMEN'S WEAR
Men's shirts have been adapted for
women's wear and are featured in the
latest spring displays. Checked and
plain models are perfectly tailored,
buttoned down the front and even
have button-down collars in the best
masculine tradition.

115 EAST LIBERTY ST.
Phone 2-3332

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