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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1936

TjIlE ,MIChI GAN I)AIIY

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Women

Chosen For

Parts

In

1936

unior

Musical Revue chairmen For
Will Be Given

enny Carnival

Are

Announced

Late In March
Theme Of 'Sprize' Based
On Satire; Written By
Central Committee
No, Leading Roles
Virginia Frink Will Direct
Production; Rehearsals
To BeginSoon
One hundred and eighteen women
'were selected for parts in the 1936
Junior Girls Play, "Sprize!" by Vir-
ginia Frink, director, and the central
committee, Edith Zerbe, chairman,
announced yesterday.
This number includes the song and
dance choruses as well as the speak-
ing parts, Miss Zerbe said. This
year's production does not include
any leading roles as has been the
custom in the past - thus permitting
each member of the cast to have ap-
proximately the same importance.
Prologue Ope~ns Revue
The musical revue opens with the
Prologue, including a list of 19 wom-
en and 5 men. Speaking parts are to
be taken by Helen Schmidt, newsboy;
Susan Haviland, Jeanne Johnson,
Marion Holden, Thelma Mermel-
stein, Nancy Quirk, Mabel Howard
and Virginia Nimmo.
Members of the -horus in this
scene are: Helen Shapland, Mildred
Goldberg, Jean Nash, Betty Small-
man, Marion Laughton, Rita Well-
man, Lucy Marshall, Evelyn Tripp,
Elizabeth McIntyre, Catherine Eich-
elbarger, Gail Duffendack, and Eli-
zabeth Stockdale.
The second scene has a cast of nine
women and 3 men including Mary
Potter, directress; Helen Jones, script
girl; Jean Greenwald, Harlow; Jane
Rogers, Crosby; and the chorus in-
cludes: Evelyn Eichelbarger, Rose-
mary McKay, Nancy Berson, Mary
Farrington, and Mary Johnson.
29 In Third Scene
Twenty-eight women and one man
are listed in the third scene. Speak-
ing parts in this scene will be taken
by Janet Carver and Kathryn Lan-
drum. The song chorus is composed
of: Ruth Ann Jernegan, Marjorie
MacIntosch, Janice Byrne, Jean Col-
er, Rachel Lease, and Elaine Cobo.
The dancers in this scene are: Bet-
ty Goutremout, Mary Lou Johns,
Saxon Finch, Mary Neal, Ada Zola,
Betty Basse, Dorothy Love, Mary
Lou Traywick, Frances Wright and
Winifred Arnold.
Three women and four men are
included in the fourth scene. Mr.
Fenner will be taken by Lois Spreen;
Mrs. Fenner, Virginia Callow; Mor-
ton, Phyllis Blauman; Drew, Barbara
Spencer; Mary, Gretchen Kanter;
and Juliette, Josephine Cavanagh.
Further Parts Listed
The fifth scene has five men and
one woman listed. Speaking parts
will be taken by Helen Rowe, Lois
King, Harriet Hathaway, Jean Har-
rison, Jacqueline Kolle, and Mary-
anna Chockley.
A cast of 19 women characters and
one man are included in the next
scene. Speaking parts will be taken
by Barbara Strand as Yvonne; Grace
Woodley, Josephine; Kay Kirwan,
Mary; Jane Christie, Mildred; Bet-
ty King.
Jane Lesselyong, Ginny; Jean Hat-
field, Nan; Sue Willard; Louise
Sprague, Betty Parish, Louise Ayers,
Marguerite Merkel, and the extras
are: Jean Hoffman, Mary Lou Will-
oughby, Irene Sartor, Sally Levitt,
and Kay Bishop.
Ten old fashioned dancers and ten
modern dancers were selected for the
seventh scene including: Barbara
Horton, Betty Jane Flansberg, Avis
Day, May Herndon, Marion Donald-
son, Marion Patterson.

Betty Sherk, Mary Lou Traywick,
SPRINGI
1-ATS
Friday and
Saturday Only
SMART STRAWS
and
DASHING FELTS
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To Present Comic Dance Program Today

Select April 25 Women Debaters
A s da t eFor To Meet Indiana
i h. Michigan's Varsity women debaters
willmeet Indiana at 8 p.m. today in
Room 1025 Angell Hall debating on
the current question of League of
Jean Gourlay Is ChairmanI Nation sanctions. Michigan will up-

Of Affair To Be Held
In Barbour Gym
Committee chairmen for the ninth
annual Penny Carnival slated forf
April 25, were announced late yester-
day by Jean Gourlay, '37, general'
chairman. The proceeds made in the
affair support the projects sponsored
during the following year by the
Women's Athletic Association.
Betty Whitney, '38, will head the
dance committee," Katherine Buck-
ley, '38, the booth committee, Janet
Lambert, '37, the enterta:nment com-
mittee, Dorothy Shappell, '37, the
finance committee and Mary John-
son, '38, will function as buyer.
For the first time, it was decided
to have the W.A.A. treasurer act as
head of the finance committee this
year, and under her place a buyer
who would be directly responsible for
buying all the materials used in the
concessions. The sororities and other
houses participating in the affair will
inform her of their needs and she
will directly do all the buying and
pay the bills, it was announced.
Miss Whitney, chairman of the
Dance Committee, is a member of
Collegiate Sorosis and was active in
freshman project last year. She was
also on the committee for sophomore
Cabaret. At present she is associat-
ed with Stanley Chorus and the pub-
licity committee of the League.
Miss Buckley is a member of Alpha

hold the affirmative side of the ques-
tion which is: "Resolved: That the
United States Should Support the
League of Nations in the Enforce-
ment of Sanctions Provided for in
the Covenant of the League."
Women representing Michigan in
the order they will speak are: Kath-
erine Schultz, '39, Lillian Tolhurst,
'38 and Winifred Bell, '36. No ad-
mission will be charged for this de-
bate. It is to be the only debate on
this subject on the campus this se-
mester, according to A. E. Secord, de-
bating coach.
Rupert L. Cortright director of
men's forensics at Wayne University
will judge the debate and there will
be an audience decision also.
Leap Year Is
Attraction For
House Dances
Several fraternities and sororities
are holding dances this week-end at
the various chapter houses. With the
exception of Alpha Xi Delta, all the
parties that have been planned are
scheduled for tomorrow night cele-
brating Leap Year.
Alpha Xi Delta is giving its annual
rose party tonight, and, according to
Theresa Jaycox, '37, it will be a din-

Theatre: Wuerth, "The Tale of Two
Cities" with Ronald Colman and "-You
May Be Next" with Ann Sothern;
Majestic, "The Lady Consents" with
Ann Harding and "Here Comes
Trouble" with Paul Kelly; Michigan,
"The Milky Way" with Harold Lloyd;
Whitney, "Stormy" with Noah Beery,
Jr., and "Frontier Justice" with Hoot
Gibson.
Stage: Trudi Schoop and her Comic
Ballet, 8:30 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Dancing: Silver Grill of the League,
Rainbow Room of the Union, Chubbs,
Hut Cellar.

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TRUDI SCIIOOP
Union Will Spoisor Trudi Sehoop
SITn ToGive Three

Early next week will be the dead-
line for registration in the annual
all-campus bridge tournament to beI
sponsored by the Union, Herbert
Wolfe, '37, chairman of the house
committee announced yesterday.
The tournament will be conducted
in two divisions. There will be anI
independent bracket and a fraternity
;racket. Each fraternity will be al-
lowed to enter but one team in the
Alimination contest, but fraternity
men may enter the independent di-
visions.
Individual matches will consist of
three rubbers, the team winning two
out of the three being declared the
winner. However, if at the end of the
third rubber no team is leading by at
least 200 points a fourth will be
played. 'In the finals of the tourna-
ment duplicate bridge will be played.

Performances,
Cotu1ic Ballet Will Repeat
Prograi nGiven Before
European Audiences
Presenting a type of dancing new
to the stage, Trudi Schoop and her
Comic Ballet of 22 members, will
appear at 8:30 p.m. today and at
2:30 and 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
This is Trudi Schoop's first tour of
the United States. She was intro-
duced into this country by S. Horak,
American impressario, who also
brought the Moscow Cathedral Choir,
the Ballet Russe, and the Vienna
Boys' Choir here. It is through the
Vassar Club, whose president is Miss
Jeanette Perry, assistant dean of
c:np1that th rm an is annear-

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Xi Delta. She was on the committee ner dance. The chaperones are to
for the freshman project last year. be Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cowden, Mr.
At present she is associated with the and Mrs. Hugh Keeler, and Mrs.
orientation and house reception com- Edith Allen.
mittees of the League. Tomorrow night Acacia will hold
Dorothy Shappell is a member of an informal hard-times party, which
Delta Delta Delta. She wrote the will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
Junior Girls Play for last year. Russell Price and Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Mary Johnson was active on com- Tapping.
mitttees for the Mardi Gras and the The pledges of Alpha Chi Omega
Sophomore Cabaret. She is a mem- are entertaining the active members
ber of the 'Ensian business staff at a formal party tomorrow night.
and the hockey team. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Newton and
Miss Lambert has been circulation Dir. and Mrs. E. D. Standish will be
manager of the staff of the Contem- the chaperones.
porary for the last two years. She The pledges of Kappa Delta have
took part in the Sophomore Cabaret also planned a party honoring the
and is on a committee for J.G.P. this actives tomorrow night, for which
year. Mary C. Johnson, '37, is chairman.
Miss Gourlay was booth chairman The chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs.
of the Carnival last year, and is at Parker Brown of Detroit and Dr. and
present vice-president of the W.A.A. Mrs. Carl Huber.
She has played on field hockey and Phi Chi medical fraternity will
basketbal Iteams, and has also been give an open informal radio party to-
manager of several teams. She has morrow night. Dr. and Mrs. Leo
worked to some extent on the Chil- Knoll and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Him-
dren's Theatre project of the League. ler will act as chaperones. George
Booth, '36M, is in charge of the ar-
COMSTOCK ASKED TO LUNCH rangements.
DETROIT, Feb. 27. --(P) - Invi- Alumnae House is also holding a
Dation Ro attend a Democratic wom- formal Leap Year dance tomorrow
atn' o atenda emoratic w- night. Dorothy Calloway, '38, is in
en's luncheon here Saturday wascag ftepan.Tecaeoe
sent to former Gov. William A. Com- charge of the plans. The chaperones
stock Wednesday by Mis. William K. will be Mrs. E. C. Preston, Mr. and
Willams vic-chirma oftheMrs. Stephan H. Clink and Mrs. Ag-
Williams, vice-chairman of the of Detroit.
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Sue Johnson, Judy Trosper, Doris womno' pI1OcM e A 1 y16pp
Hoyt, Virginia Nimmon, Thelma ing in Ann Arbor.d
Mermelstein, Mabel Howard, Nancy Trudi Schoop, called the "female
Olds, Mary Jane Crowley, Nancy Charlie Chaplin," is presenting an en-
Quirk and Jane Pitcher. tirely new form of dance, the comic-
Specialty Dance grotesque. She has studied ballett
Betty Anne Beebe and Harriet dancing in Vienna and in the Dun-
Heath will be featured as the dancers canSchool of dance. Her dancess
in the next scenea All of the charac- portray the common everyday eventss
ters will be included in the finale. of life and the tragedies of ordinary
An additional number of women ep b h th
have been selected for various parts, The pro am tohih Trudi shop
and will be announced as soon as samenast intPais ad othr Euro-t
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from the dean's office. parts. The first, "At the advertising
Rehearsals for the musical revue Window" shows the various efforts of
are to start immediately. The play a motley crowd in answering want
will open at 8:15 p.m., March 26 in ads. The second part is called "Fri-
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and dolin of the Road." This describes
continue for an additional two-day the adventures of a young boy who
run. The first performance will be leaves home to venture forth into the
given in honor of the senior womenI world.
after their traditional senior suppei. Tickets are on sale at the box office
of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
DANA HALL ALUMNAE
There will be an alumnae meeting LEAGUE COUNCIL PETITIONS
of Dana Hall at 4 p.m. today at the Women in the College of Architec-
Colony Club in Detroit. Dues are ture may petition for positions on
$1 for old members and 50 cents for the League Judiciary Council, accord-
any who are interested in the school. ing to Winifred Bell, '36, chairman.
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ANNOUNCING-
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formerly at Campus Beauty
Shop has joined the staff of
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