TIE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
Cast For Freshman Project W ill Include
lore Than Eighty W omen
Name New Entrants Women's Baseball
For Riding Group Schedules Issued
Gertrude Hyde, '40, and Betty Bad- This week's schedule for first and
ger, '40, were named yesterday as new second round play of the women's
members of Crop and Saddle, wom- baseball tournament was announced
en's riding club, by Dorothy White, j yesterday by Martha Tillman, '39,
'38, president of the group. baseball manager.
The selection followed the annual Helen Newberry Residence will
spring tryouts held last Friday after- wlpythe Ann Arbor IdependS a
noon. Miss White also announced at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday. At 5 p.m.
that the weekly supper ride would be Alpha Delta Pi and Zone VI will meet
held each Friday instead of Thurs- and Alpha Epsilon Phi and Martha
day as was formerly the custom. Cook building will also clash.
The plans for the spring horse show' The games scheduled for 4:15 p.m.
to be held the latter part of the Wednesday are between Alpha Omi-
month will not be announced until cron Pi and Gamma Phi Beta and
later~ Zone III and Alpha Chi Omega.
M. A. Freeman'
Chosen To Play
Justine Silverblatt To Take
Role Of Dame Margaret1
Van Winkle,_His Wife
Mavis Freeman has been chosen to
play the lovable, lazy character of
Rip Van Winkle in the 1937 Fresh-
man Project and Justine Silverblatt
will play Dame Margaret Van Winkle,
his shrewish wife, Alberta Wood, gen-
eral chairman announced today. The
pageant will be presented May 24 on
Palmer Field as the freshman con-
tribution to Lantern Night.
Elizabeth Delevan has been cast as
the pompous town-criex". Martha
Clise will prtray the kindly village
woman who takes pity on Rip's ne-
Others included in the cast are:
Dwarfs, Lucille Kauer, Mary Gage,
Jane Jewett, Julia King, Esther Cra-
mer, Martha Cook, Rosa Silverman,
Gwendolyn Dunlop, Lois Vernor, and
Dancing Villagers are Anne King-f
ston, Cecily Forest, Patty Haislip,
I Phyllis McGeachy, Zelda Davis,
'Mary Frances Reekc, Jean Tibbets.
Jane Dunbar, Jane Nussbaum, Alber-
ta Wood, Jeanne Grant, Betty Bald-
win, Lois Vernr, Barbara Bolton
Dorothy Caughey, Margaret Neafie,
Ellen Redner, Jean Rich, Mary
The Singing Villagers are: Barbara
Telling, Ruth Chatard, Florence Bro-
therton, Jean Hart, Ellen Krieghoff,
Alice Stevenson, Dorothy Shipman,
Barbara Backus, Betty Stadelman,
Anabel Avery, Ruth Jacobson, Rachel
Tonkin, June Frederick, Jean McKay,
Rip's children include Elizabeth Al-
lington, Elizabeth Ann Emzwiler,
Barbara Benedict, Beth O'Rke, Su-
zanne Potter, Vievia Hoelscher, Helen
Brady, Joanne Westerman, Mary
Jayne Kronner, and Wilma Cope.
Rip's grandchildren are Thelma
Ramberg, Ella Stowe, Jane Jewett,
Harriet Thor, Ann Vicary, Caroline
Niles, Frieda Kaufman, Betty Hill.
Tumbling grandchildren are Fran-
ces Hubbs, Madelaine Westendorf,
Constance Bryant, Sally Connery,
Mary Mae Scoville, Roberta Leete,
Gertrude Hyde and Nina Sprick.
Wooden Shoes are Jane Mowere,
Carol Lavigne, Shirley Fishman,
Mary Alice Quick, Ruth Mary Smith.
Marie Mueller, Betty Steinhart, Betty
Brooks, Judith Frank and Mary'Mar-
The tumbling grandchildren are to
meet at 4 p.m. Monday in the League
Ballroom. The dancing villagers will
meet at 4:30 p.m. Monday in the
game room of the League. Rip's
grandchildren will meet there at 4:30
p.m. Tuesday and the dwarfs will
meet at 4 p.i. Wednesday. Rehear-
sals for singing and speaking parts
will be posted in the Undergraduate
office of the League tomorrow.
Members of the cast must pay the
one dollar fee before the first re-
hearsal, Glade Allen, finance chair-
71 Fall Advisors Theme Announced W.A.A. Demonstration
.O.iFor Architects' Ball Given For School G>-oup
ForeanMore than 225 women high school'
-The decorations for the Architects' students were entertained yesterday
Are Anno 1nced Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. afternoon at an exhibit given for I
in the Architecture Building, will fol- their benefit by the Women's Ath- I
" low the theme of a Roman Holiday, letic Association at Palmer Field,
Secretary And Chairman I according to Walter Anicka, '37A, Badminton, riding, tennis,golf, and
ointed andRoeth decorations 37Ac-chairmen archery were demonstrated, during
- thecourse of the afternoon. Mem-
For Annual Project The first floor drafting room will be sbhers of the W.A.A. board served as
open for the dance. The walls are guides and hostesses on the exhibits
Helen Louise Arner, 38, has been being covered with gay panels bur- at the tea given after the exhibitions.
appointed social chairman and Jean, lesquing Roman life. Orange and Miss Laurie Campbell was in charge
Bonisteel, '38, has been named secre- scarlet will be the predominate col-I of the affair.
tary of the orientation committee I ors. On the balcony, which circles 1-o-theaffar._4_,__
for next fall, it was announced yes- the room, tables are to be placed in
terday by Margaret Ferries, '38, cabaret style. Bright colored ball-
chairman. Elizabeth Baxter, '38, will rooms and streamers hanging from
be chairman of the transfer advisory the ceiling will give the whole scene I
groups. the atmosphere of a gay and colorful Gaf s Fo M
The orientation leaders this year street fiesta.
include Janet Allington, '38, Marion The committee plans to open the
Baxter, '39, Phyllis Bennett, '39, Ruth gardens surrounding the building, Novel Guest Towels
Bertsch, '38, Elizabeth Bonisteel, '39. decorating them with vari-colored
Mary Katharine Burns, '39Ed, Re-, indirect lights. The costumes, which in Green, Dubonnet, Y
becca Bursley, '39, Roberta Chissus, are compulsory this year, are ex-
'39A, Phyllis Crosby, '38, Norma Cur- pected to lend much to the scene, the Sheer Linen Hankies . . . Gay p
tis, '39, Virginia Eaglesfield, '38, chairmen stated. Bridge and Luncheon Sets .
Mary Jane Field, '38, Marion Fitz- A complete selection of
gerald, '38, Janet Fullenwider, '39. COMMITTEE TO MEET
Other Members Named
Dorothy Gittleman, '39, Marian A special meeting of the social ( Always Reast
Gommeson, '38, Janet Groft, '3$, committee of the League will be held
Martha Hankey, '38, Helen Jesperson, at 4 p.m., Tuesday, in the League, GAGKIE
'38, Joanne Kimmell, '38, Nancy Ko- according to Betty Gatward, chair-
ver, '38, Madeline Krieghoff, '39, Vir- man of the committee. Miss Gatward NICKELS
ginia Krieghoff, '38, Jane Lamb, '38, requests that the new freshman mem-
Elizabeth Lauer, '38, Margery Lee bers attend the meeting.
COLLEGIATE SHOE SHOP
Lehner, '39, Margaret Limberg, '40
Barbara Lovell. '38, Florence Mc-
Conkey, '38, Eleanor McCoy, '39,
Janet MacIvor, '38, Roberta Melin,
'38, Margaret Myers, '38.
Dorothy Novy, '38, Mary Perkins,
'38, Nelson Persons, '38, Mary Rall,
'39, Miriam Sanders, '38, Elizabeth
Schneider, '38, Myrra Short, '38, Ma-
rian Smith, '39, Dorothea Staebler,
'39, Eleanor Swan, '39, Sybil Swart-
out, '39, Martha Tillman, '39, Eliza-
beth Turner, '38, Virginia Van Dyke,
'38, Elizabeth Wahl, '38, Grace Wil-
son, '39, Virginia Zaiser, '39Ed.
Advisors i ppointed
Jean Drake, '39, and Betty Keenan,
'39, were named as reserve advisers.
The members of the transfer ad-
visory committee are Margaret Ann
Ayers, '38, Barbara Bradfield, '38,
Marcia Connell, '39, Helen Jean
Dean, '39, Helen Douglas, '38, Eliza-
beth Gatward, '38, Jean Holland, '39,
Mary Johnson, '38,Berta Knudson,
'38, Kathleen Lamned, '38, Angelene
Maliszewski, '38, Katherine Schultz,
'39, Harriet Shackleton, '38, Eleanor
Sikkenga, '38, and Margaret Water- I
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