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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Frosh Project Chairman Announces Committee Lists, Tentativ

e Plans

The Primrose Path

Hallelujah, Hallelujah! Qood old Easter, here again ... "With its fuzzy
Easter bunny, and its products from the hen" to quote Mary Livingston.. ..
She caught the spirit ... and she's not the only one judging from the star-
tling epidemic of poultry which descended on thetown over the week-end
Victims seemed to be hard-suffering most in the brighter spots of the
community, namely, the sorority, houses, which turned into veritable hen
houses ... But everybody had a happy Easter except Old Mother Hen who
was stricken with horror wihen she got her first look at her rainbow-colored
offspring and has been suffering from .a chronic inferiority complex ever
since ... The egg business will probably go into the red for the next few
months ... .
And speaking of colors ... You'd have seen plenty of them yesterday if
you had hung around the church doors Sunday ... .Some of the wearers had
thiat grim look of endurance around their mouths every time the wind blew,
but it's being officially spring, there wasn't anything else to do but sail
out in the spring ensemble. . . So they did ... and everybody was seized even
harder with the Easter spirit and sang Alleluia much louder than they would
have in their winter clothes . . . With the exception of a few who were vic-
tims of sudden cases of bronchial trouble in the middle of the sermon .. .
Work Hard Over Hymns...
Dody Day and bIuss Cole were working hard over the hymns ... Dody had
on rose tweed with a brown staw off the face hat ... Mary Wheat and Mrs.
Popleton were keeping several members of Psi U. in order in the front
pews . . . Chuck White, Don Barnes and Sam Perry . . . They were afraid
the choir would have a sit-down strike because they Psi U.'s were drowning
them out or rather trying to . . . Patty Haff was there with her brother
Barse, from Yale . .. Betty Crandall and sill Lord had the Easter spirit
and so did a number of those in authority . .. President Ruthven and son
. . . Dean Bursley and daughter .
Prof. and Mrs. Edward L. Adams joined in the general movement
churchwards . .. Jacqueline Kolle and Ed Adams weren't far behind . .
Jackie was in wine crepe trimmed in white and she had a hat with
streamers, real ones that fluttered in the breeze and matched her dress -..
Margaret Hamilton was there in a multi-colored silk with white ruching
around the neck ... She wore a grey hat and coat ... Jeans Lee and Lillie
were with her and also Marion Donaldson who had on a spring outfit
of turquoise blue trimmed in navy .
We also heard tales of one couple who felt the urge to worship in
Detroit Sunday and ended up in the Congregational church Sunday school
They were surprised .
Not all the Easter spirit was concentrated on church howsomever . . .
For those who kept the home fires burning in A.A. and refrained from
rushing off to Detroit and other strange places there were the old haunts
to visit . . . From the Zeta Psi castle came rumors of big doings . . . Eleanor
Swan and John McKee . . .Mary Blodlett and Al Dewe . . . Elizabeth Al-
lington and Fred Vogt were in on them . . . Eleanor Skiles and Gerry Stag
.. Eve Niles came down from Buffalo to be Buzz Beebe's guest . . . Florence
Mossner from Detroit was with'Dick Hunter . . . Mr. and Mrs Thomas
Anketell of Detroit, commonly known as Tommy and Babs, seemed to be
getting a kick out of chaperoning ..
ILeague Gets A egion .,..
The Theta Xis and the Pi Phis had a fling Friday night . . . Lois King
was there flinging with Douglas Myant... Betty Spangler with Neil Leven-
sen ... Marjorie Merker and Jahsk Williams ... Blanche Tobin with Walter
Pleiss . . . They really weren't as athletic as this sounds but after all .. .
dancing is such a dismal verb after its ten-thousandth appearance . . . Jane
Brady and Ed Christiansen . . . Louise Sprague and Larry Greenway . .
Betty Fauver and Carl Abbott . . . Julia King and Jack Robinson . . . were
all sliding down the banisters and swinging on the chandeliers . . . in the.
spirit of Easter . .. No they weren't, but it sounds so jolly . . . They were
dancing like all the rest ...
The Chi Psis were at the League Friday night en masse, or at least well
represented . . . A table of twenty was theirs . .. Fletcher Platt and Doris
Bolton were busy . . . eating chocolate sundaes as they talked with Glade
Allen and Larry Vandenburg . . . Robert Palmer sat at the end of the
table with Jane Nussbaum . . . both absorbed in the art of eating potato
chips ... and they seemed, from our seats in the balcony, to be pretty good
potato-chip eaters, too. .. At the other end of the table Jack Cochrane and
Dotty Barrett . .. they chatted with gusto . . . and also with Marietta Amer
and Jack Palmer . . . Robert Campbell and Jane Chamberlain . . . Robert
Isgrigg and Ginny Adams ... and Brian Moats with Vivian D'Arkos came
in later and helped complete the Chi Psi representation . . . Did we forget
to mention that all of them . . . at some time during the evening . . . were
seen chatting.

Pageant Chosen
For Production
By '40 Women
Performance To Be Given
At Palmer Field; Dollar
Fee To BeCharged
Committee members for Frosh
project were announced yesterday
afternoon following a meeting of
committee chairmen in the League.
Tentative plans for the theme of the
project also were discussed.
The project this year will be a
pageant presented as usual, in con-
I nection with Lantern Night at Palm-
er Field, .it was decided.
Eligible freshman women whose
names are not listed, but who would
like to serve on any of the commit-
tees and freshmen especially inter-!
ested in writing script for the pa-I
geant, were asked to call Alberta
Wood, general chairman, before Sat-
urday.
A fee of $1 from each freshman
woman will be solicited beginning to-
morrow, Glade Allen, chairman of fi-
nance, announced. The fee will be
used to finance the project. Those
freshmen who pay the fee, and who
have a C plus average with no final
grades below C, will be invited to
take part in the production.
Finance Committee To Meet
The finance committee will meet at
4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the under-
graduate office of the League.
Following are the committees for
the 1937 Frosh Project:
The Costume Committee, headed.
by France Kahrs, will include De
Rhua Skinner, Una Kelly, Thelma
Ramber, Annabel Avery, Esther Dye,
Millicent Hostrup, Joanne Wester-
man, Jane Elspass, Cecily Forrest,+
Alice Hopkins and Elizabeth Ailing-
ton.
On the Program Committee are
Ann Vicary, chairman; Gladys En-
gel, Margaret Ford, Pattie Haislip,
Jane Hart, Mary Minor, Harriet
Sharkey, Nina McLellan, Jean Ruth-
erford, Mary Alice Quick, Elizabeth
Baldwin, Barbara Benedict, Beth
O'Roke, Phyllis McGeachy and Lois
Verner.
Annabel Dredge heads the Decora-
tion Committee. Also on this com-
mittee are Janice Friedman, Julia
King, Miriam Szold, Marie Wolf and
Barbara Bolton.
Entertainment Committee Chosen
The entertainment committee will
consist of Carrie Wallach, chair-
man; Margaret Bremer, Betty
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To Play For Slide Rule Two Weddings
Are Performed
. OverWeek-End
Marya Hoffman, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. R. C. Hoffman of Detroit,
and Frederick E. Stiles, '37, of Grand
Rapids, were married Saturday in
La Grange Indiana. Gerald Ford,
35, a fraternity brother of 'the bride-
groom, was a witness.
Mr. Stiles, who is affiliated with
Delta Kappa Epsilon, will be grad
uated from the University, where he
is a member of the Varsity track
team, in June. Mrs. Stiles also at-
tended the University where she was
affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta.,ec 1
upe will u make their home in
Ann Arbor until Mr. Stile's gradua-
Lion.
Miss Loraine Grant Howard, '34,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raine Ed-
win Howard of Mt. Clemens and
Red Norvo will bring his orchestra Roderick A. Norton, '34, son of Mr.
from the Blackhawk restaurant in and Mrs. Charles Norton of Ann Ar-
Chicago to play for the eighth an- bor, were married Saturday in the
nual Slide Rule Dance, given by Ethel Fountain Hussey room of the
the College of Engineering, to be Michigan League. Rev. Sidney D.
held Friday. Eva of Saginaw officiated.
I Mrs. Norton is affiliated with
Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Norton is affil-
Brooks, Martha Cook, Ruth Coler, iated with Nu Sigma Nu.
Nan Kirby, Anne Kingston, Dorothy The engagement of Virginia Wag-
Nichols, Marguerite Richter, Mary ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
May Scoville, Leona Siff, Jestine Sil- A. Wagner of Battle Creek, to James
verblatt, Catherine Sprick, Ella Stowe, V. Graham, '37E, son of Mr. and
Margaret Udell, Barbara Zapp. Mrs. Etertof Graham of Saginaw
Glade Alien is chairman of the Fi- was announced by her parents Fri-
nance Committee and other members day.
include Mary Jayne Kronner, Har- Miss Wagner attended the Univer-
riett Schneider, Jean Rich, Ellen sity where she was affiliated with
Krieghoff, Dorothy Shipman, Bar Collegiate Sorosis. Mr. Graham is
bara Backus, Zelda Davis, Janet affiliated with Phi Kappa Sigma.
Ladd, Sally Orr, Betty Slee, Ellen
Redner, Ruth Calkins, Sally Con-
nery, Doris Cranmore, Miriam Finkel-
dey, Margaret Ford, June Frederick,
Frances Hubbs, Elaine Jacobs, Nor-
The chairman of the Publicity
Committee is Anne Hawley and An-
abel Avery, Elizabeth Baldwin, Max-
ine Baribeau, Elizabeth Delevin, Zel-
da Davis, Elsie Dunbar, Esther Dye,
Roslyn Fellman, Pattie Haislip, Em-
ilie Hart, Betty Hill, Ruth Jacobson,
Roberta Leete, Katherine MacIvor,
Margaret Neafie, Zenovia Skoratko <
and Genevieve Thom are the other
members.

New Dance Series
Started At League

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formerly at
Observatory and Lirette's
Beauty Shops - Now at
RITZ BEAUTY SHOP
605 E. William St. Ph. 7066

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Hugh Higginbottom squired Enora Ferriss at the Union Friday night ...
Art Ricker and Barbara Teall were there ... dancing to the music of syn-
copating ,Bob Steinle . . . the regular Union orchestra man who plays ...
every Friday night .. . Also, we forgot to mention . . . Marie McElroy and
Jack Gilder were at the League.
Among those haunting the Union Saturday night were Janet and Betty
Peabody with Paul Wright and Harry Brelsford . . . Phyllis Brown and
Charles Nadeau were swooping around the dance floor.. . Others were burn-
ing the candle at both ends at some of the tables and it gave a lovely light .. .
Anne Keeler and George Lapp . . . Helen Horn and Herbert Allensworth .
Florence Brotherton and Jack Collins . . . Virginia Renz and Gary Bunding
Creighton Calamas and Adelaide Ely ...
So taking everything into consideration.. . even if there was no chan-
deliers swinging ... Easter week-end appears to have been one to write up
in your memory book . .. if you're one of those ...

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See You At The Boxing Show ...

Don't forget to turn up Thursday night at the boxing show in Yost Field
House at eight bells where a special Primrose Path reporter will be stationed
to get your name .. . Donald Siegel, '38, vs. Robert Thalmer, '40, will take
care of the main bout . . . Bonth Williams and Ty Tyson, and the Mich-
igan Band will be the added attractions. . . so come one, come all ...
Now.. . . the writer of this column . . . dear thing that I am . . . is going
home to take care of her Easter gif'ts . . . five cute little ducklings . . . my,
but they require lots and lots of care . . . and three ducky little chicks ...
which also require lots of care . . . Miss Primrose thinks she got more ...
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