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Ticket SaleFor

Sammy Kay'sI
Band Selected
For Occasion
Tickets Can Be Purchased
By Freshmen Only Until
March 13
Now At Cabin Club
New Committee Members
Are Announced; Dance
Will Be 9 P.M.-2 A.M.
Tickets for the annual Frosh Frolic,
to be held March 20 in the ballroom
of the Michigan Union, will go on
sale today, it was announced by Rob-
ert Pollard, '39E, general chairman.
They are priced at $2 and may be ob-
tained at the Union desk or from any
of the committee members.
Freshmen only will be able to buy
the tickets until March 13, Pollard
said. After that time they will be
offered in a general campus sale.
Sammy Kay and his orchestra who
have been engaged to play for the
dance, will be making their initial
appearance here. The organization
is at present playing at the popular
Cabin Club, in Cleveland. The pe-
culiar style of music that the band
plays has been described by the young
leader as "quaint as yesterday's hoop-
skirt and as modern as tomorrow's
streamlined creations."
Rapid Rise To Popularity
The rapid rise to popularity that
.the orchestra is enjoying has come as
a result of its many pleasing broad-
casts. First receiving recognition via
the airwaves of WLW, in Cincinnati,
while he was playing at the Hotel
Gibson and later on at Castle Farms,
Sammy Kay next appeared at the
Dreamland Ballroom in his native
Cleveland. Later on he moved to the
Willovlwick Country Club.
At the present time Sammy Kay
can be hear four times weekly on a
NBC coast-to-coast network Fea-
tured with him are Tommy Ryan,
popular tenor, and the rhythmic trio,
the Three Barons.
Members of the committee who
have been assisting Pollard in making
the arrangements for the Frolic are
Margaret McCall, who is in charge
of selecting the decorations; Jean-
nette Beck, who is planning the de-
sign for the programs; and Malcolm
Levenson, who is in charge of the
orchestra arrangements.
New Committee Members
Newly appointed committee mem-
bers are John Green, who is in charge
of publicity plans; William Rashleigh,
who will direct the committee in
charge of floor arrangements; David
Bow'e, who is handling the ticket sale,
and Dorothea Staebler, who is in
charge of selecting the patrons and
patronesses for the dance.
Late permission of 2:30 a.m. has
been obtained for all University wom-
en attending the Frolic, Pollard said.
This has enabled the committee to
plan the event for the hours 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. The Frolic will be the only
other campus affair beside the J-Hop
at which five hours of dancing will be
provided, it was said.
Dr. and Mrs. William Cadbury, of
Canton, China, will be the guests to-
day of Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, coun-
selor to foreign students, and of the
Lingnan alumni. Dr. Cadbury is on
sabbatical leave from Lingnan Uni-

To Play For F

. .

Sammy Kay, popu
Cleveland maestro, will
orchestra here March2
for the annual Frosh Fr
Union ballroom.
Several sororities and
have recently announced
ing of new members, and
of officers for the comin
Kappa Alpha Theta an
pledging of Louise Boli
Alpha Phi announces t
of Virginia Jackson, '38,
and of Sylvia Callender,
Fraternity And Sorority
The following men w
initiated into Tau Epsilo
tional legal fraternity: Er
'38L, Michell Feldman,'
Fox, '38L, Leonard Fox,
Rabinowwitz, '37L, and D
'38L. The initiation was
a banquet attended by r
Alpha Gamma Deli
wishes to announce th
Saturday, Feb. 29, of Edi
'36, Ruth Edison,' 37, G
kus, '37, Martha Johnson
ine Knudson, '39, Barba
'39, and Betty Jean Penc
Pledgings And El
The Gamma Phi Beta
the pledging of Mary Je
'37, Minneapolis, Minn.,
Lou Johns, '37, of Detroi
Collegiate Sorosis ann
pledging of Barbara Al
of Detroit.
At a recent election h
Omega sorority, the fo
ficers were chosen: Marg
'37, president; Betty Gou
vice-president; BarbaraF
secretary; Billie Faulkne
urer; and Catherine E
'37, pledge mistress.

Frosh Frolic'
+r oic Mosher-Jordan
To Hold Annual
FacultyP a rt y
Many Invitations Extended
For Formal Reception;
Trio Will Entertain,
Mosher Jordan dormitories willk
hold their annual formal faculty re-p
ception from 8 to 11 p.m. today. Many
faculty members and their wives have
been invited.
I The guests will meet the receiving
line in Jordan drawing room. The
following people will receive: Lucille
Johnston, '36, president of Jordant
Hall; Miss Kathleen Hamm, director
of Mosher-Jordan Hall, Mrs. A. G.
Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith;
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of women;
ar young Miss Isabel Dudley, social director of
bring his Jordan Hall; Mrs. Frederick G. Ray,1
20 to play social director of Mosher Hall; and
rolic in the Miss Maureen Kavanagh, '36, presi-
dent of Mosher Hall.1
Throughout therooms the follow-
ing women will assist as hostesses:
Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Mrs. Clarence D.
D USE Yoakum, Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Mrs.1
James D. Bruce, Mrs. Herbert C. Sad-1
OTES ler, Mrs. Alfred H. White, Mrs. Byrl
F. Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Dr. Emeth Schutz,
fraternities Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. George Stan-
the pledg- ley, Mrs. Katherine R. Parsons, Mrs.
the election Kathleen W. Codd, Mrs. Florence L.
ag year. Preston, Miss Inez V. Bosworth, Miss
nounces the Sarah Rowe, Miss Ann Vardon, Miss
tho, '38, of Ruth Danielson, Miss Maxine Boone,
Miss Ruth Barrett, and Miss Kath-_
he pledging leen Carpenter.
of Detroit, The halls will be decorated with
'38, of De- palms and baskets of roses and spring
flowers. A trio consisting of violin,
Initiations harp and violin-cello will play in the1
ere recently drawing room of Jordan Hall and a1
)n Rho, na- three piece orchestra will play outside
win Ellman, the dining rooms of Mosher Hall.t
'38L, Henry Miss Maxine Boone, dietician of
'38L, Milton Mosher-Jordan will be hostess in the
David Rosin, dining rooms.
followed by ---
many of the InutrMiews Will Be
ta sorority Thursa 7 Frd
e initiation day
th Bowman,'
xrayce Sen- The Judiciary Council will not
n, '39, Paul- hold any interviews for major League
ra Kanouse, positions either this afternoon or eve-
e, '39. ning, according to Winifred Bell, '36,
ection chairman.
a announces The chairmen of the orientation
an Wallace, and house-reception committees and
and Mary the applicants for presidency will re-
t. port from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow or
nounces the IFriday instead of the hours previously
lington, ' The point system chairman appli-
.ycants are to be interviewed from 3
hleld by Chi to 4 p.m. tomorrow; social chairman,
)llawing of- from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow; secretary-
garet Guest', treasurer, 5 to 6 p.m. tomorrow; and
tremont, '37' publicity chairman from 5 to 6 p.m.
Roberts, '37 Friday.

WillBegin T oday
Variety Of Colors Is Displayed
In Costumes For 'Robin Hood'
By NISSLEY BRANDT Sherwood Forest, a colorful woodland
The members of the costume com- scene of verduous sun-flecked trees
mittee for aRobin Hood and the among which a winding path carves
Queen's Page" have been steadily ply- its way into a black background of
ing their steamstress talents for the inpenetrable wilds.
past week in one of the secluded Arthurian Theme in Second Act
rooms in the League. Over fifty cos- The second act is May Day on
tumes have been designed and madeTFn
by Charlotte Baxter, '37, chairman; Tewksbury Field, a scene depicting
Mary Allen Baxter, '38; Jean Flecken- the gala event of Arthurian chivalry
stine, '37; and Mary Goodrich. '38. -the tournament. The setting for
the last scene in which Robin Hood
The King's outfit consists of clev- makes his exciting escape from the
erly designed ocre-colored lions sewn king is at the crossroads which lead
into a crison and royal purple tunic into Sherwood Forest.
which is worn with a long regal robe. Peron es .
The Queen's deep yellow brocade Performances will be given at 3:30
tunic blends effectively with the p.m. Friday and 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.
gowns worn by the ladies-in-waiting Saturday respectively. Lois King, '37,
-robins' egg blue crepe trimmed with is chairman of the Theatre Arts
vermillion taffeta. Fair Ellen wears Committee responsible for the pro-
a red-velvet gown richly trimmed in duction. This is the second play
gold. The Merry Men of Robin Hood given by the Children's Theatre this
liven the dull green scenery of Sher- year.
wood Forest in Lincoln green tunics,
wine-colored hose and feathered
hunting hats.
Costume Of Archers

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Let the PUBLIX help to make your evening successful.


Branding by the public often forces
un ex-(-onvict into further crime, said
G 1. Piraiis, superintendent of edu-
cation of the state prison of south.
k eii Michigan at KJackson in his ad-
dress on "Rehabilitating the Crim-
}inal" before a meeting of the Ann
Arbor Woman's Club and other guests
yesterday. Mr. Francis described the

PHONE 2-3414

Dr. Walter B. Cannon will deliver
an address before the Alpha Omega
Alpha society at 3 p.m. today in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, on the
subject of "The Role of Chance in
educational system now in use at
the prison.



The Archers, who are being pa-
tiently trained in the art of hitting
the bull's eye by students of the
Physical Education department, are
particularly well provided for by the
costumes committee. A cleverly cam-
ouflaged effect of gray chain mail,
heavy helmet and white tunic com-
plete the medieval attire for the tour-
nament contenders. Miss Virginia
Prink, director, has supervised the de-
signing of the costumes, all of which
are strictly anachronistic and adher-
ent to thirteenth century style.
The four scenes to "Robin Hood
and the Queen's Page" have been de-
signed and supervised by Oren Par-
ker. A large canopied throne has
been constructed for the first scene
which opens with a conversation be-
tween the King and the Bish~op. The
second scene to the first. act is in
J. G. P. rehearsals will be held from
4 to 5 p.m. today for the Vogue dance
chorus, and from 5 to 6 p.m. for the
Prologue chorus. Both rehearsals
will be held in the rehearsal room of
the League.
Palmer Christian, University or-
ganist, will give an organ recital at
4:15 p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
o new shipment
has just arrived
I of
Smart navies and
All Varieties of
Browns .
Across from the Pretzel Bell






r, '37, treas-

The Indiana Daily Student, student
publication of Indiana University,
celebrated its 69th anniversary this
month. This makes it 23 years older
than the Daily, which was founded
in 1890.

Vung-Yuin Ting, '39M, spoke be-
fore Adelia Cheever House Sunday.
The Alice Martin scholarships were
awarded to Zelda Burke, '38, Elza
Doegy, '38, and Dorothy Fogg, '37.
Officers for the second semester, as
announced, are: Virginia Banning,
'38, president; Ruth Christopherson,
'37, vice-president; and Elza Doegy,
'38, secretary-treasurer.


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