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t, ;PRIL 27 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

'ial Hallet's Band Selected To Play For Second A nnual Key
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Dance

Six Honorary |Election Of Officers
The TPrimrose Path Societies - Plan To Be Held By Club
The annual luneneon and meeting
Affair I ay 21 of the Faculty Women's Club will be
All roads led to the Field House this week-end judging from the de- eagueld ballroo, according to Mis
plorable state of the traffic in AA . . Old and young threw themselves Two Members Of Each Carl Weller, publicity chairman of !
passionately into the general riot . . . and many were the hearts that were U the club.
broken . . . the feet that were stamped on (not only those of hostesses) Orgaizatin Make At this meeting which the variou
and the tonsils that will never be the same . . .Under the brilliant lights ... Central Committee seocs f o thetcluub atend, electon
and beneath the din of the orchestra the shrieks of the self-victimized riders! Mal Hallett's dance orchestra will s held. The garden section is to
Mal alltt sdane ochesra illhave claarge of the luncheon decara-
of the loop the loop . . . and the familiar noises of the mob . . students >lay for the second annual Key Dance tions.
. . . faculty . ..and alums rubbed elbows in the true democratic spirit .. . to be given May 21 in the Union ball- Those who will be hostesses at the
room by six men's honorary societies, luncheon which precedes the final'
it was announced yesterday by Gus -recting of the year are Mrs. W. W.
* *"Collatz, '37E, general chairman. ;Bishop, Mrs. Earl Dow, Mrs. Dwvight
Willis Tomlinson drifted around Friday night . . .looking like an angel This band, although it is best1 Dmon ', ,rs. Edgar Gault, Mrs.
known in the East, has gained in- I Lewis Gram, Mrs. Joseph Hayden,
. . . with a sublime expression of mixed surprise and awe at the astounding creasing prominence in the Middle Is.is a isi and Mrs. S.
success of his brain child . ..while the money rolled in . ..the eyes of Gil West, according to Collatz. It has lrs. Louis Karpinski and Mrs. S.
Tilles practically popped cut of his head . . .and as for Kate Landrum ... been very popular for college dances, hostesses of tables are Mrs. Paul
well she was already swimming in her much worked for pool and dancing and has gained .topnotch ianking in Leidy, Mrs. Emil Lorch, Mrs. Fred-
with Dean Rea . . .and looking very happy . . castre tvel flitthatethsas broad- rick Rogrs, Mrs. John Sunwald,
Mrs. Max Winkler, and Mrs. Hessel;
Dean Bursley was almost caught smiling . . . in the Beta booth . . .in fact! Played In New York ,Yntema.I
some say it was a laugh . . . Dr. Carpenter went Berserk too and loved it ...1 Among the places where Hallett's;- --
Miss Primrose was elated at seeing herself surrounded by the kind faces oh dsr has paed ark ther Hot Na m \Vn s
Commodore in New York, where it e
of all her illustrious professors. Professor Dorr and family managed to remained until a short time ago, the}
worm their way through the mob from booth to booth . . . There seemed to Kentucky Derby Ball and the Buck- Fo'
be numerous personages who looked as thugh they might answer to the minister Hotel in Boston. Hallett is ;) iI miii _io
title of professor . . . hovering about the Theta Chi booth with an avid eye noted for his distinctive style of mu-
on the dart throwers . . . probably mentally noting down their enemies for sic, for his arrangements and for the athI
large number of recordings he has -
future reference . . . made.-
Siuaio J el I h nd *The six honorary societies spon- Dorothy Gardiner, 38Ed, and Elea-
Sit ua non Wet /"i' l Ha . ..soring the dance are Michigamua, nor Peschke, '38, won the finals of
Vulcans, Druids, Triangle, Sphinx the women's doubles badminton tour-
Professor Lizenberg, although bearing the responsibility of -his judgeship, and Sigma Delta Chi. The Key nament yesterday by defeating Betty
seemed complete master of the situation which seemed to have everyone Dance was given last year for the Lyon, '39, and Virginia Letts, '40, 15-
else in a haze or a daze judging from the vague but happy smiles worn by first time, succeeding the B.V.D. and 10, 12-15, 17-16 in a hard fought
all and sundry . . . Peter Ruthven . . . climbed glibly into a seat and went Gridiron dances of former years. I fast match.
soaring up to the roof in the Ferris Wheel . . .Miss Jeannette Perry flaunted a Societies Act Jointly ! Miss Gardiner, employing a force-
white flower . . . sold to her by Mary Gage . . . Professor Cuncannon was The central committee for the af- ful smash, was the outstanding play-
heard to pronounce the Michigras the best show he'd ever seen, and that! fair is made up of two representatives er of the four. Her partner, Miss'
no other university could have done it . . . Miss Virginia Peasely of the from each of the societies. Robert Peschke, played a good supporting
physical education department appeared to be in the carnival mood . . . Beuhler, '37E, is in charge of the g ame at the net. Miss Lyon used
Harlan Bloomer and Frederick Crandall of the speech department were decorations, and is assisted by Doug- her drop shots to advantage and
taking everything in their stride . . . In other words, the faculty seemed las Farmer, '38, and Fred Boynton, both she and Miss Gardiner had good
'38E. Marshall D: Shulman, '37, is short services. Miss Letts used an
to be swept off their professional feet by the spirit ... . , in charge of publicity. His assistant' effective drive service. The clearing
will be Robert Weeks, '38. Lloyd i was the poorest part of the game.
Alumni Haunt Field House . * * Strickland, '37E, is chairman of the Miss Gardiner and Miss Peschke
And many were the alums who returned to haunt, the place . . . Peko ticket committee. won the semi-finals by defeating
Burnleywan lurking around in a big black derby . ...looking ike ..well Other members of the central com- Doris Staebler, '37Ed, and Jean Groh,
mittee are John Cochrane, '37, Earle '37Ed, 15-10, 15-5. Miss Lyon and
what all men look like in derbies . . Tom Kleene . . . beamed upon the Luby, '38, John Duffendack, '37, John Miss Letts won from Frances Rose-
multitude with his usual benevolent smile . . . Paul Phillips . . . was hob- Otte, '37, and Earl Clement, '38. boom, '40, and Lillian Perkins, '40,
nobbing with his brother Sigma Chis . . .Announcement of ticket sales and by default.
Much went on "under the big tent' 'that will never reach the public of decorations will be made later, -_____- --
ears . . . For example . . . who was the mysterious benefactor . . . who according to Strickland and Beuhler, D 'nICe Club Will Give
bought $3 worth of ice cream cones from Lois Spreen and distributed them who are in charge of these commit- P am At Jackson
to the public? . . . and who was the young swain who . . . when introduced tees.
by AdelaidP Maso ton 1tha ounm la.y d in a th cor n nrlh s k hands 1I 'The' modern dance C ub is now

Call Freshman!
Proj ect Tryouts
F or Thursday
100 Women Attend Mass
Meeting To Hear Plans
For Annual Pageant
Tryouts for the speaking parts in
Freshman Project to be held May
24 will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday
and Friday in the League, Sarah
Pierce, Grad., announced yesterday
at the mass meeting for freshman
women.
Approximately 100 students at-
endeci to hear the plans for the
Project. Miss Pierce, who will cast
and direct the production this year,
explained the story of "Rip Van
Winkle" as it has been revised and
remodeled into pageant form. to con-
stitute the theme of the project. She
described the action, the setting, the
dances and the singing of the pa-
geant.
Alberta Wood, general chairman,
explained that the pageant will be
held in the late afternoon following
physical education demonstrations,
nnd spneeches on Palmer Field pre-

discuss the various problems con-E
cernled with srolrity organization.j
Miss Shackleton has been chosen
to speak on '"Pledge Training" from
tle active's point of view. She will
talk at the Saturday morning meet-
ing to be held at the Beekman-Tower,
Panhellenic Building where the rep-
i esentatives will stay during the con-
vention.
et#ty Gatwav~rd Elected.
Mortrbroard President
Betty Gatward, '38, was elected
president of Mortarboard, senior
honorary society, at the breakfast
following initiation of new members'
held Sunday morning in the League.
The other new officers are: Sally'
Kenny, vice-president; Barbara
Bradfield, secretary; Mary Jane
Mueller, treasurer, and Roberta Me-
lin, historian. All the women are
members of the junior class. Miss
Alice Lloyd, dean of women, spoke
at the breakfast.

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Harriet Shackleton i Assembly To Feature
To Attend Meeting -creational D n acing
SA m ied assembly of men an~d
Harriet Shackleton, '38, president women physical education ' majors
of Panhellenic Association, will rep- will be held at 7:30 p.m. today, in
rcsent Michigan at the convention of 1 the Womcn~t Athletic Building. So-
college panhellenic associations for1 cial and folk dancing will be fea-
districts two and three which will bei di l
held Friday through Sunday in New tured, accerding to Doris Staebler,
York City.'37TEd.who is in charge of the affair.
A series of business meetings, a y
round table discussion, luncheons and
dinners and a visit to Radio City Mu- The T IGERS Win For I t ! '
sic Hall will make up the week-end. I C R
during which the college womenwill PURITY ICE CREAM

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ceding Lantern Night.
There will be no actual tryouts for
the dancing and singing parts in the
pageant, Miss Pierce announced. All
those who signed the petition slips
immediately following the meeting
will automatically be included in the
cast provided they are scholastically
eligible, and have paid the $1 dues.
The speaking parts for the project
include the characters of Rip Van
Winkle, the town crier, Rip's grand
children and the villagers. Casting
will take place Saturday.
UNIVERSITY
CONCERT - TONIGHT
HILL AUDITORIUM
8 :15 P.M. Cornplihenfary

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REMEMBER
MOT H E R
I-lave your sitting this week
for a fine Mother's Day gift -
Your Portrait by
"Filtered Light"
332 South State

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{y e ~c~U VdaL uliCy~ti g ay l n er up'L~e e . . . il~r idLU
with her date and said "How do you do Jewel?" . . . He probably doesn't
know either . . . the din was so great. . . Dick Goldcamp . , . had trouble with
a couple of the "Ten Most Beautiful Girls" in the Alpha Delt and Deke
Booth.. . when they descended upon him in the front row after the perform-
ance ... and broke the chair.. .
Gypsy Rose Lee's Undersudy.,..
Barton Myers was voted the most langorous of the Berserk chorines
by several attentive onlookers ... although Fred Talcott it was decided .. .
swung a mean hip. . . Brad Hyle and Ann Kingston were watching the per-
formance at one point in the evening . .. among the other thousands .. .
Hope Hartwig and Bob Cooper were seen ... sneaking into the Pi Phi booth
...Bob probably posed as that unsung hero, Tarzan of the Apes . . . Harriet
Schneider, accompanied by two lovely lads . . . James Everett and Jack
Kleene . . . two of the "Ten" . . .still wearing their war paint was buying
peanuts at the Kappa booth...;
Harriet Thom and Harvey Clark. . . Ruth Dillman and Bob Gates were
milling about . . . Priscilla Abbott . . . looked as calm as the ocean before
the storm in the Ferris Wheel .. .
Papoose Eye Strickland and Joe Ellis were barking with great gusto .. .
on behalf of the Tri Delts . . . Jean Smith ... doing some feminine barking
before the Pi Phi booth was accompanied by Bud Consor with his candid
camera . . . very much in evidence.
Jack Cave and Stu Lenz, were seen gracing the dance floor ... Joe Jack-
son, Alpha..Delt from Toronto, trekked down from the "far north" to spend
a week-end in the bright lights at the Michigras . . . Those turtles in the
Sig Nu booth were the duckiest things at the carnival . . . Dot Cox was hang-
ing on the arm of Roy Neff.. . The Kappa Kappa Gammas really worked
hard on winning thir contest ... A sour note . . . The Humane Society called
the Phi Gams and warned them to take good care of the ducks in their
exhibit . . . The boys did . .they didn't want th'em to lose weight before
next Sunday's dinner . . . Half hour rest periods were ordered to prevent
running down the fat . . .
Chuck Darling helped the Thetas with their penny pitching Saturday
... Lynn Townsend kept a watchful eye on Ruth Liang as he steered her
through the mobs . . . Marion Thornton and escort were fortunate enough
to get three rides on the whip . . . Ellen MacDonald looked scared on the
loop-o-plane . . . and so did Bill Black with Jean Scott . . . Russ Dobson,
ace frosh pitcher, couldn't hit the Psi U's dishes .. . out at the plate . . . Well,
here's to a week-end of real fun . . . Hope the next Michigras comes soon.

Luncheon Meetingy 'orking on a program to be given
early in May at Jackson, according to
To End Club Year Beatrice Lovejoy, '38, dance manager.
A few members of the club will
also stay in Ann Arbor for the cen-
The Ann Arbor Women's Club will tennial performance of "The Bar-
close its club year with a luncheon tered Rrde" i he given from June 15

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and entertainment at 1 p.m. today in
the League ballroom. Former presi-
dents of the club will receive the }
members in the Grand Rapids Room.I
Mrs. Nicholas Falcone, music
chairman of the club, is in charge of I
the musical entertainment for the
affair. The program will include
wo selections by the club chorus, and
Lome selections by Virginia Solomon,
violinist, of Jackson. Miss Solomon
will be accompanied by Jack Conk-
lin, Grad.
Mrs. G. P. Collins, chairman of the
;sub social committee, is in charge
of the luncheon arrangements.

through June 18 at the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre, and will dance in
addition to the Play Production
group. All members of the club are
asked to be present at a meeting to
be held Wednesday, Miss Lovejoy an-
nounced.

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