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f-RWIAY, DEC. 4, 193G

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Hans Brinker,'
Childrens Play,
To Open Today
Sororities And Dorms Wil
Assist In Theatre Drive
$40 Is Collected
Sets AreOriginal
Three Matinees Arranged
For First Presentation
Tickets Now On Sale
"Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates'
will open today at 3:30 p.m. in th
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, accord-
ing to an announcement by Sara
Pierce, director, as the first produc-
tion this year of the Children's The-
atre.
Because of the success of the driv
to collect money from the camps
houses and dormitories, which has
brought in $40 thus far, the commit-
tee will be able to send 243 underpriv-
ileged children to performances o
the plays, Margaret Ayres, chairmar
of the drive announced.
The houses which have assisted
with the project include Alpha Delta
Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Gamm
Delta, Alpha Phi, Delta Delta Delta
Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta
Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi
sororities and Jordan Hall.
Money Still to Come In
Others which have pledged money
are Chi Omega, Collegiate Sorosis
Kappa Kappa Gamma sororities,
Martha Cook Building and Mosher
Hall. No fraternities have pledged
yet.
The committee believes that the
entire sum, when the pledges have
been turned in, will exceed that of
last year, which amounted to $52,
twice the amount taken in the prev-
ious year.
Tickets for the plays are on sale
now in the Lydia Mendelssohn box
office, season tickets for children and
adults at 50 cents and $1 respective-.
ly, and single tickets for 25 and 50
cents.
There will be three performances,
one matinee today and two tomor-
row at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.
Stage Sets Are Unusual
Stage settings, designed by 'Miss
Pierce and Oren Parker, will be un-
usual features of the production. The
first one will enable the audience to
see action taking place at the same
time both inside and outside the
Brinker cottage. The house, placed
at nearly one side of the stage, will
be complete with a roof and three
walls, the fourth side open to the
audience.
The rest of the stage will represent
the Grand Canal with snow banks
and a giant windmill, turning in the
background. Warm lighting within
the house and cold blue lights outside
will accentuate the difference in the
settings. Against this will be the
brilliant and varied colored costumes
of the cast.
Karl Klauser will perform in the
role of Hans Brinker assisted by Jean
Greenwald, '37, as Gretal, and Bar-
bara Strand, '37, as Dame Brinker.
50-Yard Crawl
Record Broken
By M. Freeman
In the telegraphic swimming meet
between the University Woman's
Swimming Club and that of Ohio
State, held last night at the Union
Pool, Mavis Freeman, '40, broke the
Central woman's swimming record of

31.1 seconds for the 50-yard crawl by
a time of 29.9 seconds. Elinor Bale,
'40, placed second, while Marjorie
Gillen, '40Ed, placed third.
In the 50-yard back-crawl Miss
Freeman placed first, with a time of
'37.4 seconds. Mary Redden, '37Ed,
second, and Francis Alpert, '37Ed,
third. In the 50-yard breast-stroke,
Jayne Boon, '39, was first with a time
of 42.6 seconds, Miss Gillen, second,
and Elizabeth Oberdier, '39, third.
In the form swimming events, Miss
Gillen took first place for the crawl,
Helen Peck, '39, was second and Miss
Bale, third. For the back-crawl, Miss
Alpert scored the highest, while Alice
Mcutcheon, '38, was second. The
medley relay was won by a team com-
posed of Miss Freeman, Miss Boon
and Miss Bale.

Prize Secretary

Eleven Dances
Will Be Given

Soph Cabaret And League Fair 2Dormitories Win
ill Be Staged This 1fernoon In Volleyball Finals

'This W eek-End (Continued !rorn irage an decoatced to car:y out this idea. 1
The Ethel Fountain Hussey Room,
adMrs. Charles Jamison, Prof. an will be transformed into -The Alix
Sororities, Martha Cook Mrs. Palmer Christian, Prof. Henry nSalon for the event. Modernistic
And Fraternities Plan Anderson, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss decorations in red and white will
Jeanette Perry and Miss Ethel Mc- carry out the dressmaker motif. Dis-
Entertainments CrIck
sCormick. played in this room are to be the 10
Those who will dance in the horse articles of men's and women's cloth-
Martha Cook Building and ten fra- dance are M. K. Adams, Virginia ing which will be raffled tomorrow
ternities and sororities will entertain Osterman, Ann Gifford, Becky Burs- night.
this week-end. Seven pledge formals, ley, Marian Baxter, Jean Holland
a dinner-social, an informal dance, a Betty Bonisteel, Betty Spangler, El- be raffled incudesapparel which wil
formal dance and a "Bowery Ball" eanor Smith, Charlene Vallet, Jean veive evening wrap, an afternoon
will 'e included in these affairs. Rheinfrank, Marian Smith and Jane "date diess. transparent velvet
Acacia fraternity will hold its week- Giesecke.
ly dinner-social from 7 p.m. to 10:30 The jockey dance wil1 include leonsis of a seate
p.m. today. John Green, '39, social Mary Lavan, Catherine LeVine, Mar- scmrfsc4arf-pin, belt, sitens
chaii-man, announced that the en- J
tertainment would be in the form orie Link, Jane Lyon, Marcia Con- socks The men's clothes are a top
oferaiom ncin d bide Thm nell, Magna Mountford and Mar- hat and evening scarf, lounging robe,
hof radio wig and Ms. T. guerite Ganzhorn. Barbara Teall, pajamas and slippers, a sports jack-
Hawley Tapping and Mr. and Mrs. H Eleanor Swan and Blanche Tobin will et an electric razor with leather case,
P. Wagner. sing in a trio, and Maxine .Blaess. a leather jacket, slacks and gloves.
To Honor Pledges Mary Rall, Harriet Dean and Pauline Tickets for the raffle, priced at 25
Kalb will give a special interpolation
' Alpha Phi will hold its annual of "Mr. Paccinini." cents, are on sale at the League and
FaeemnotS ak iyUin dsssroritieadhdrmitor-c it
was recently elected the nation' pledge formal from 9 p.m. to r a.m. ''The Derby" is also the theme of esor maykbe sotied rom Ir-en
ideal secretary. Her qualifications tday, according to Nancy Cassidy, the League Fair, traditionally held in rt, 8ray enertald carma fore
'38, who is in charge of this closed conjunction with Sophomore Cabaret
dapee. The chaperons will be Judge n the affair, or Ruth Friedman, 38,
and sense of humor. She is also and Mrs. Henry F. Sweeney and Mr. R msnthsendforreobechairman of the ticket committee.
an expert spellerl and Mrs. E. C. Gentleman of De- The Grand Rapids Room is to be
itroit and Mr. and Ms. G. L. Buhrmay Goodwin's Harlem Syncopators fur- changed into an Arabian horse mar-
of Ann Arbor. Jim Fisher's orchestra nshing the music. Chaperons will be ket, decorations carrying out this
Hillel y edtersa till'pl. Mr. eDe Mrs. Cecil Creal, Mr. and scheme. A professional fortune tel-
Alpha Tau Omega will give its an- Mrs. Charles MacCaffree and Mr. and ler is coming to Ann Arbor especially
nual pledge formal today, according tMrs. Alan Meache.t for the Fair.
abli a ato Crosby Wyman, 38E social chair- Theta Delta Chi will hold a formal Featured among the games in the
Rosan. The chaperones will be Dean ndance today. Glouster CurrentCrt
and sense DaneoS. L. isaplsronandwill benrProf.weandyMrs.Mronihe ackof w ichtaremitebe
*and iMrs. W. B. Humnphries, Col. and Band will furnish the music. The Cnorewl earc ftrls
Com es Tonioht Mrs. F. C. Rogers, Dr. and Mrs. s-s.sTheGnai R ito be
LaFevre and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. nest Barker and Mr. and Mrs. Frank placed the names of various
Wikel. Max Collins' orchestra will Cakes. -M.C.'s and B.W.O.C.'s. Mortar-
EgwpayMFa.. Alpha Kappa Kappa, medical fra- board. Wyvern, Senior Society and
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will ternity, will hold its pledge formal Stanley Chorus are sponsormig
Party Will Be Held In hold a closledge formal today at tomorrow, according to Edward Nell, booths.
to rosy Whous"3E.'Rusoilcinsr- Thet oa ltaCh in.T hod ap-ml
W.A.A. Building chestap W urnish h m usi fCo te ecns willfber.h.and Mrs. har
Te h naHl acr...RewD adMsSLcdance. The chapeaeons for the party Towsley, Dr. and Mrs. Hayden Nich-
T h 8 anm. illel Day in will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fuller, olson and Dr. and Mrs. Max Peet. FOLLOW
iMr. and Mrs. Russell Price, Mr. and Ray Carry's orchestra will play for
the Women's Athletic Administration Mrs. William Gilbert and Mi'. and the dance, which is closed.TH SAR SE
Mi-s. Al Parke. Walter True, '38, Martha Cook building will hold a AND
Margaret Greenhouse, '39, and is m charge of arrangements, closed informal dance tomorrow, ac-
Seymour Morrison, '38, co-chairmen Formal Is Closed cording to Pauline Putnam, '38, socialN C
W.A.h . Buirm l dneannun e Phapprhosegm:RssRolylins' o h-a'3Moilaran.Rs oln 'hechastra
last night that Bill Sawyer's orches- hold a closed pledge formal from 9 will play. Te chaperons will be Dr.
tra would supply music for dancing. p.m. to 1 a.m. today. Clarence El- and Mrs. James Bruce, Miss Mary
This is among the first social events didge. '38, social chairman, Horace Gleason and Miss Sarah Roxe. AT
on the Hillel Fall calendar, she Pinney, '38, and James Graham, '37, Trigon will hold its closed pledge
pointed out, and is being held as a are i charge of arrangements. Music formal tomorrow, aecording to Low- B-S
climax to the annual Fall member will be furnished by Dick Ianselman l Krieg '38 chairman. Jim Fisch-
ship drive. Incomplete rep'snors-int ahiorchestra. The chaperons er's orchestra will play. The chap-.
to lagerHilel embrshp tiswill be Dr. and Mrs. Morris McGar- erons will be Mi-. ancd Mi-s. George To the Musical Strains of
ear wthan ever before in the Fun vey and Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper. Lawton and Dr. and Mrs, GeorgeE
yhisrs amnghe frstscin levFeuns- The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity will cGarveyREEAK
dations histony, Miss Greenhouse hold a closed pledge formal from 9 - AND HIS
st-ted p.m. to 1 am. today, according to ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA ALMAZO
The dance Saturday night will, Paul Pinkerton, '37, social chairman. The pledging to Alpha Gamma SWINGMAZND
greet the following new Hillel offic- Music will be furnished by the Whee- Sigma of Rose Savel, '37; Florence
ers: S. Leonard Kasle, '38, president; ler-M Kay orchestra. The chap- Michlinski. '39 and Margaret Good-
Bernard Rubiner, '38, vice-president; erons will be Prof. and Mrs. A. R. rich, o4, was announced yesterday
Rosalind Lang, '39, secretary; and Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ro- by Catherine Ferguson, '37, president. Friday . 9 - I
Shirrel Kasle, '37, chairman of the nan. Miss Ferguson, newly-elected pres- Saturday 9 - 1 2
executive committee. Arthur Ricker-, '38, social chaii-man ident, named as the other officers:-
of Phi Sigma Kappa, announces a Ruth Miller, '38, vice-president; Sunday . 8 - 10:30
inme oshist o dain reeoreeh- closed "Bowe-y Ball' to be given from Helen Vidak, '37, secretary; and Mary
ments; Madelyn Betty Meers, tick 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today, with Isaac Thomas, '40, Med. t-easurer.
ets, Ed Kessler, publicity; Irvingathlnr

Mosher Hall defeated Delta Delta Delta Sigma Pi, professional business
Delta 26 to 22 yesterday, thus win- administration fraternity, at, cere-
ning the finals of the A division of monies held at the house today.
the women's volley ball tournament, The new members are Joseph Bo-
and in the B division Martha Cook' navito, '38; Edward Yenner, '37BAd;
Building defeated Collegiate Sorosis Wilbur Pierpont, '38BAd; Calvin
28 to 21. Haugh, '38; Milton Garrison, '38BAd;
The members of the Mosher Hall Frank Mason, '38BAd; George Seld-
team were Barbara Burnell, '40, on, '38BAd; and
Florence Weider, '38, Eleanor Bale,
'37, Anna Thoimpson, '38, Sally Con- '38.
nery, '40, Louise Lockman, '38, Thel- An initiation banquet will take
ma Peterson, '37E, Barbara Epp- place following the initiation at
stein, '39, and Ruth Carr, '38Ed. which Charles N. Staubach of the
Martha Cook Building was repre-
sented by Pauline Putnam, '38, Hel- romance language department will
en Southon, '38, Elizabeth McIntyre, speak.
'37, Barbara McIntyre, '38, Marjorie The fraternity also announces the
Bishop, '38, Betty Behler, '38, Sally pledging of Henry Hall, '37, Ann Ar-
Kenny, '38Ed, Virginia Krieghoff, bor; and Charles Hoffman, '38BAd,
'38 and Helen Peck, '39. I Walled Lake.
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Mathews, entertainment; and Sally
Leavitt, Diane Davidson, Madalyn
Goldenson, Edythe Tutrletaub, Doris
Robins, William Woolfner, Cy Elkus,
Lee Lyons, Nathan Goldstein, Her-
man Fishman, Robert Harrison and
Loren Kadet.
Tickets for the dance are priced at
$1 and may be purchased from com-
mittee members, at the Hillel Foun-
dation, and at the door Saturday
night.
The following chaperons have been
invited: Mrs. Frieda Loeb, Mrs. Rose
Davies, Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard
Heller, Dr. and Mrs. Raphael Isaacs,
Dr. and Mrs. G. Haber, Dr. and Mrs.
S. Goudschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Rothman, Mr. and Mrs. O. Zwerd-
ling, and Dr. and Mrs. Hirsch Hoot-
kins.
SUPPER RIDE TONIGHT
Crop and Saddle will go on a sup-
per ride tonight, it was announced by
Eleanor French, '39, president. All
members are asked to meet at 4:30
p.m. at Barbour Gymnasium.
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