THE MIChIGAN DAILY
Rip Van Winkle'
Is Chosen Freshman W oman Pl
)ames Select From Fandango Came His Michigras
To Be Monday,
Six Officers Elected
By Theta Sigma PhiF
Betty Strickroot, '38, was electedI
president of Theta Sigma Phi, na-
tional honorary professional jour-
nalism fraternity for women. yester-
WOMEN'S 'MICIIIGRAtS BOOTHS
All women working on booths for
he Michigras may go between 3:30
and 5:30 p.m. every day to Yost Field
House, where someone will be with
a chart to show them where their
booth is, according to Mary Jane
Mueller, '38, president of the Wom-
en's Athletic Association.
Elections for the Michigan Dames
and the initiations of 100 new mem-
bers held at the League.
Mrs. Roy E. Joyce was elected pres-
ident and will succeed Mrs. Lewis F.
Haines after the annual banquet May
4. Mrs. A. G. Justice was elected
vice-president, Mrs. Robert E. Carson
recording secretary. Other officers
are Mrs. Roy G. Klepser, correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Don Kimmel,
The installation banquet will be
held at the League and will be a cab-
aret dinner with a floor show. Group
and committee chairmen will be an-
nounced at the dinner. Mrs. Paul
Cramton will be in charge of decora-
tions, Mrs. Edward Hard will be
chairman of the program and invita-
tions and Mrs. Gerald DeWeerd will
be ticket chairman.
Will Present Farce
"The Gentleman Dancing Master,"
second production to be given this
dear by the Nell Gwyn Company, will
be offered at 8:30 p.m., Monday in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The play, which is a farcical pres-
entation, will be given in the typical
Restoration mood and manner. The
settings have been designed by Prof.
Jean Paul Slusser of the art depart-
ment, and the costumes were selected
in New York by Mrs. Guy Maer.
The box office will be open from
1 to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and
all day Monday.
Sarah Pierce Will Direct ".day.e
Palmer Field To Be Site Other newly elected officers arl
.Helen Douglas, vice-president; Bar-
Of Annual Production bara Lovell, secretary; Katherine
Moore, treasurer, and Elizabeth
The story of Rip Van Winkle will Lauer, keeper of the archives. These
constitute the theme of the 1937 women are all of the class of '38.
Freshman Project, tentatively sched- Elizabeth Bingham, '37, was appoint-
ed correspondent to the Matrix, na-
uled to be produced on May 24, ac- tional magazine of the organization
cording to Alberta Wood, general by Marion Holden, '37, outgoing
A mass meeting for freshmen A bridge tea will be sponsored by
women will be held at 4 p.m., Mon- the fraternity Saturday, May 8, in
day, in the League to discuss plans the Grand Rapids Room of the
for the pageant, Alberta Wood will League. Tea will be served in the
explain the Project and introduce Concourse.
the following committee heads: Mary
Gage, assistant general chairman,
Barbara Telling, music chairman, 'hystcal Education
and Carrie Wallach, chairman of
the patrons committee. Department Places
Other chairmen are Anne Hawley D paten t Pac es
who is in charge of publicity, Glade Wome
Allen who heads the finance, com-
mittee, and Annabel Dredge who More than 20 last year's graduates
has charge of decorations. Frances were placed this year by the de-
Cohr heads the costumes committee partment of physical education for
and Ann Vicary is in charge of the women, statistics put out by the de-
program committee. partment recently revealed.
Tryouts To Begin Nine received positions in Detroit
Tryouts for the different charac- Public Schools. They include Nelda
ters will begin, following the meet- Dover, Alice Goodenow, Althea Lisle,
ing. Monday and Tuesday are the Louise Paine, Gertrude Penhale, Hel-
only days scheduled for these try- en Strain, Elizabeth Howard and
outs. All women of the class of '40 Floydene Beardsley.
who are scholastically eligible and The other placements were not so
who have paid the one dollar fee localized, going from Bronxville, N.
may take part in the production.', Y., where Jeannette Saurborn, who
Dances, music and pantonmime was a member of the staff of the de-
will be featured in the pageant. Both partment here while working for, a
the setting and the costumes will degree, was placed, to Hilo, Hawaii,
create the Dutch atmosphere. The where Rose Schon received a job.
dwarfs, the villagers, Dame Van Both were in the elementary and
Winkle and Rip, himself, will all be high school teaching division.
introduced in the three acts of the Others receiving elementary and
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IN THE SPRING
It gives your 'hair
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611 E. Liberty
Men And Women Aike work
Hard To Push Over Michigras
Man power is one of the things "consummation devoutly to be
N ELESS with which the Michigras abounds- wish'd" when the carnival opens up
and since its incorporation with the in Yost Field House tomorrow night.
NT Penny Carnival and women's swim- He is Willis Tomlinson, '37 (shown
r that soft ming pool fund it might also be said above).
to abound with "woman power." Piloting the Michigras is the ex-
urly" Head man of the Michigras is the ecutive committee led by Tomlinson.
ce student that conceived the notion of. On it are Assistant Dean Walter B
having such a carnival having re- Rae, financial adviser, Miss Marie
ceived inspiration from the "Fan- Hartwig of the women's physical ed-
dango" of the University of Chicago. ucation department, Sally Kenny,
After working on the notion for more who would have been chairman
than a year and a half and finally(of the Penny Carnival, Jate Lan-
eaute obtaining the interest of the Dorm drum, '37 former president of the
Committee, of which he is a mem- Women's Athletic Association, Jack
Phone 3083 ber, and the women's swimming pool;'Thom, '38 Union committeman, and
fund the head man will see the Gtil Tilles, '37 an ex-officio member
of the executive committee as a rep-
resentative of the Dorm Committee.1
ASUnderneath this guiding commit-
AT OUR DOWNTOWN SHOP tee is a myriad of sub-committees
ranging from the financial committee
headed by Hubert Bristol, '37 to the
,clown committee headed by Robert
The patrons committee is chair-
maned by Jean Bonisteel, '38; pub-
licity is in charge of Marshall Shul-
man, '37; entertainment, Robert
Mansfield, '38; Murray Campbell,
'38 is in charge of the parade and
Thom is in charge of booths.
217 SOUTH MAIN ST. The dance committee is headed by
Frederick V. Gieb, '38, and programs
are being printed under the chair-
manship of Ruth Rader, '38. George
EMI-ANNUAL Cosper, '37 is the chairman of the
feature committee. Betty Whitney,
'38 is in charge of the ticket com-
C;A *I N F A CS 5 mittee, and Virginia VanDyke, '38 is
chairman of the decoration commit-
tee. Mary Johnson, '38 is the head
of the concession committee, Jean
'aylor, '38 heads the poster com-
ir Sale of Sales! 10nittee, Dick Fox, '38 therideo m-
RTS TO DAY at 9 A. 1 .'mittee and Ernest Jones is chair-
Mnan of the band committee.
proaution. Bowling on thie green "high school placements include Caro-
will add a special attraction. x line Salisbury, who is now working
Palmer Field Is Site in Owosso, Frances Redden, placed in
The pageant this year will be pre- Mt. Clemens, and Marjorie Murfly,
sented in a'natural amphi-theatre, who has a position in Napolean, O.
on Palmer field. It will be the fresh- The remainder of the appointments
man women's contribution to Lan- in this division were in Michigan and
tern Night. This is the first chance include Helen McLane in Kalamazoo,
for the first year women to partici- Irene Whitehead in Riverview and
pate in campus activities, and the Florence Shaw in Ann Arbor.
project has been planned so that
nearly 120 women may take part in s In the college placements, Bertha
the production. Desenberg received a position at the
Glade Allen, chairman of finance, University of Toledo ingToledo, 0.,
announced today that members ofand Lavinia Creighton is teachingat
the committee should all attend the , Alfred College in Alfred, N.Y.
mass meeting. Other committee In the physiotherapy division,
members are also requested to be Helen Gillespie received a position
present. at the Dayton School for Crippled
Sarah Pierce, Grad., who directed Children in Dayton, O.
last year's Project, will be in charge -
f ha d n~ tin Mic Eth~l Mr
of t e proauculon. ivss rues ic-
Cormick, social director of the Mich-
igan League, is also assisting with
Contrary to the announcement
previously made that hostesses for
the Michigras will be admitted free,
the committee announces that wom-
en who will act as hostesses must pay
25 cents. This will cover their ad-
mission for both nights.
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