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December 10, 1936 - Image 7

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THUSDJAY, D3EC: 10, 1936 .



General Mass Meeting Of Juior Wo

T0 Be Held Today

To Male Plans
For Production
Of 1936 J.G.P.
Dean Lloyd, Dr. M. Bell
Will Speak To Group
About Requirements j
There will be a general mass meet-
ing of all junior women at 4:15 p.m.
today in the ballroom of the League,
according to Hope Hartwig, general
chairman of the 1937 Junior Girl's
All junior women are urged to at-
tend, because plans for this year's
production willf be discussed. Slips
will be handed out during the meet-
ing to be signed with preferences for
committee appointments. Announce-
ments of the dates for tryouts will be
made. It should be understood that
juniors may work on committees be-
fore the play and still take part in
the cast.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will give a
short talk on eligibility during the
meeting. Eligibility will be based on
this semester's work as well as pre-
vious grades, and any questions in
regard to this should be taken up
with Margaret Ann Ayers. Dr. Mar-
garet Bell will give a short talk on
health explaining that rechecks must
be secured at tie Health Service be-
fore anyone can work in the produc-
Miss Hartwig will introduce the
central " committee and explain theI
various duties of each group. Marie
Sawyer, dance chairman, and Vir-
ginia Hunt, music chairman, will ex-!
plain the choruses that are needed
for .the production and will arrange
dates for try-outs to begin immed-
iately after the holidays. Margaret I
Ferries, chairman of finance, will talk
on the finances of the Junior Girls'
Play. Every junior women must con-
tribute $1 as is customary in all class
projects. This year the fee will be;
collected before any one is allowedt
to try-out for the production.

Kentucky's Queen

-Associated Press Photo
Lois King, a sophomore in the
Ccllcge cf Arts and Sciences, has
betii sclected as "Kentuckian"
Ecuty Queen by students at the
University cf Kentucky, Lexington.
Pratt Speaks
On ellk'Tower
To Graduatesi
The fact that the University caril-
lon has only 53 bells in contrast
with the 73 of the Riverside Church
in New York does not necessarily
mean that this one is inferior, said
Wilmot F. Pratt, University carillon-
neur, in a talk given yesterday be-,
fore the graduate students' luncheon
in the League.
The extra bells can be used only
rarely, Pratt stated, when the caril-
lonneur wishes to begin gradually,
or to let the music fade out into
silence. There is enough room in the
tower to hang more bells, however,
according to Pratt.
Pratt went on to describe the way
in which the bells are hung here.
They are not hung in the Belgian
manner, which is to have them in
rows, the largest on the bottom and
the smallest on top, but in an im-
proved way. The Baird Carillon
bells are hung witih the smallest in
the middle in order to have the
least possible amount of wire between
the bells and the keyboard. In this
way the bells are more sensitive to
the touch of the carillonneur, Pratt

en's Swim
Teams Chosen
For Exhibition
Six Houses Will Compete'
In Women's Relay Race
Tomorrow Night
The six women's teams chosen to
swim in the women's relay in the
annual swimming exhibition to be
given from 7:30 to 9 p.m. tomorrow
at the Intramural pool were an-
nounced last night by Helen Harp,
'39, women's swimming manager.
Martha Cook, Mosher-Jordan, Del- 1
ta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
and two independent teams will com-
The Martha Cook squad will con-
sist of Sally Kenny, '38, Helen Peck,
'39, Alice McCutcheon, '38, and Mar-
garet McKinnon, '38. Mosher-Jordan
will be represented by Geraldine
Brenen, '40, Shirley Ark, '40, Elinor
Bale, '39 and Martha Kostelak, '37,
and Kappa Kappa Gamma by Flor-
ence Brotherton, '40, Harriet
Schneider, '40, Mary Skinner, '39,
and Marjorie Link, '39.
Helen Wolf, '40, Jean Hendrian,
'40, Helen Bush, '39 and Pauline
Vihtelic, '40, will swim for the first
independent team and Jayne Boon
'39, Ruth Wood, '39, Betty Miller,
'39 and Marjorie Tillinhast, '39, for
the second independent team. The
Delta Gamma team will consist of
Jeanne Hayden, '40, Margaret Sout-
er, '37, Esther Ann DeWitt, '39, and;
Jane Willoughby, '38.
A practice will be held at 8:30 p.m.
at the Union pool, Miss Harp said


C P Ot t iuulvei Tua 0pening Of Flay, Announice Nuptials
Wit. Dance Recital Fac&Lty Dac e Well Atteided O F orer Students

The American Country Dance _
Gr rom Centrl State Teachers Many faculty members and stu- Joseph Brinkman, Prof. and Mrs.
College, Mt. Pleasant, will give a
dance demonstration from 7 to 8 p.m. dents attended the open-ing of "Good Gail E. Densmore.
today in Barbour Gymnasium, it was Old Summertime." the Faculty! Prof. and Mrs. Henry A. Sanders,
recently announced. Women's dance and the Ruthven tea Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Ross, Mr.
The group. consisting of 12 men vesterday and Mrs. Fred Densmore. Josephine
and 12 women, is under the direction ysrCavanaugh, '37, and H. Harlan
of MIVs Grac2 Ryan. director of phys- More- than 250 students attended Bloomer, Jack Porter, '37 and Mary
ical cducation at the college. The the third in the soiies of Ruthven Elizabeth Robinson, '38; BarbaraI
demonstration is being sponsored by teas from 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday. Betty Schacht, '37 and Walter Crowe; Gil
the womnen's physical education club Gatward, '38, introduced the guests to Tilles, Brad Carpenter, '37, Thad Le-
and students will be given an op- President and Mrs. Rutliven who re- land, '37 and Ogden Dwight, '37.
porunity to participate if they so ceived in the living room. Mrs. Ruth-
desire. ven was wearing a green velvet dress the anDyed'37,Spen Pare
--- --- --- --Iwit gon acesoris.Thelma Teschendorf, Spec.. Marie
S---- with gold accessories'TMette, '37 and Ralph Iamberson, '38.
FacultyAro psB T a e More than 200 members of the fac-
Fypof the Law Club, Miss Mary Gleason, ulty attended the formal reception
Tocia director of Martha Cook, and and dance, given by the Faculty
Ms. D. B. Reynolds, chaperon of Women's Club, from 9 p.m. to mid-
AAlpha Delta Pi presided at the tea night yesterday at the League.
A Fourtable during the afternoon. President and Mrs. Ruthven, Prof.
Among the guests from Delta Gam- and Mrs. Edward L. Adams, Prof. and
Mrs. Palmer Christian, Po.adMs
Betsy Barbour will entertain to- ma we saw Maryanna Chockley, ' Louis Bredvold, Prof. and Mrs. Wells
night at a formal dinner for admin- wearing a tweed knit dress and Dotty Benes and Prof. and Mrs Hebr
istrative officials of the university Baxter, '39. Miss Baxter wore a Bennett and Prof. and Mrs. Herbert
and members of the dormitory board. green knit dress with black acces- Room.
Those who wlil attend are: RegentI Representing the Ci Psi house In the League ballroom, Charlie
and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Regent were John McLean, '38 and Jack Zwick played for those who wished
Esther M. Cram and Mr. Cram, Pres- Cochrane, '37. They were being to dance.
ident and Mrs. Ruthven, Mr. and served tea by Rebecca Bursley, '39 Prof. and Mrs. Harlow J. Heneman
Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Heath, '37, was talking to were playing bridge in the Grand
Ira W. Smith, Dean Alice C. Lloyd. Phillip McCallum, '39L. Miss Heath Rapids Room. Also in the bridge
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss Jeanette wore a blue knit dress. group were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot F.
Perry, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E. Pratt. Mrs. Pratt wore white with
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Edward H.Ma M tSocial Functions accessories of silver.
Kraus, Dean and Mrs. Wilber L. The Faculty and students were Ms uhe oehne' re
kept busy attending the various so- Mrs. Ruthven wore hunter's green
Humphreys, Dr. and Mrs. Clarence silk with gold slippers, and a gold
S. Yoakum, Prof. and Mrs. J. Raleigh cial functions which took place yes_ flk atthe necline of t odr
Nelson, Prof. and Mrs. Edward L. terday. wiserpainthesneckrineAdfmsheos-
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bryant Chief among these were the pre- wise plain dress. Mrs. Adams, pres-
Ad Dsr. and Mrs. JhnA. By mier of Martin Flavin's latest drama ident of the Faculty Women, wore
of Detroit and Mrs. Harry Boyd "The Good Old Summertime" which plum colored moire cut in an off the
EarhartN opened at the Lydia Mendelsohn shoulder style. Also at the dance
Helen Newberry will entertain sev- Theatre last night, the Faculty Wom- were Professor and Mrs. Koella.
eral facutly members and their wives ensdneadtemnhytefo
at a formal dinner at 6 p.m. today. CARdDSan hemnhl eafr
Guests will include Prof. and Mrs. students held by President and Mrs. XMAS CARDS
Earl W. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Ruthven.
A. Reichart, Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Among those who attended the 50 CARDS
Jobin, Dr. H. Harlan Bloomer, Mr. premiere of the play were Prof. and 50 ENVELOPES
and Mrs. Mentor Williams and Mr. rs. Edgar N. Durfee and their Printed with your name
and Mrs.MChtrs E.WKilla.s andMr.daughter Elizabeth, '37; Prof. andITHE CRAFT PRESS
and Mrs. Charles E. Koella. Mrs. John L. Brumm, Prof. and Mrs. 305 Maynard Street Phone 8805
Collegiate Sorosis will entertain I

Announcement has been received
of the marriage of Elizabeth Smith,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Carl S.
Smith of Charleston, S. C., to Ber-
nard David Holbrook of New York
City, son of Mrs. Evans Holbrook
of Ann Arbor and the late Prof. Hol-
Mr. Holbrook attended the Univer-
sity ci Michigan and received his
degr 2 from Stanford University. He
is af lliated with Alpha Delta Phi.
Lorein Saxon Finch, daughter of
Prof. and Mrs. Frank R. Finch of
Ann Arbor was united in marriage in
a doutble ring ceremony in the St.
Dunstans chapel of Christ Church,
Cranbrook, last Friday night with
George Robert Bowland of Detroit,
son of M\r. and Mrs. William E.
Bowland of Mendon, 0. Mrs. Bow-
land was a junior in the University
Iast year and is affiliated with Alpha
Chi Omega sorority.

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Final Call Is Issued
For Yeomen' Tryouts
From 5 to 6 p.m. today at the
Laboratory Theatre is the last op-
portunity for women to tryout for
the chorus of "Yeomen of the
Guard," the operetta to be pre-
sented in January, Valentine B,
Windt, director of Plap Produc-
tion announced yesterday. All


Alpha Chi Omega entertained 171
faculty members at dinner last night.
Eva Spencer, '36, social chairman was
in charge of the affair.
Those attending included Prof. and
Mrs. F. E. Eggleton, Prof. and Mrs.
R. P. Hall, Prof. and Mrs. M. S.
Handman, Prof. and Mrs. C. E.
Koella, Prof. and Mrs. A. H. Marck-
wardt, . Prof. and Mrs. H. Y. Mc-
Clusky, Prof. and' Mrs. O. W. Steph-
enson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen
and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kindred.

tonight at a dinner for members of
the faculty and their wives. The
guests will be Prof. and Mrs. Henry
F. Adams, Prof. Herbert G. Blumer.
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, Prof. and
Mrs. Max S. Handman and Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur E. Wood.


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