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More Than

100 Women Are

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Named For

Parts In

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Part Of Budel
To Be Played
By Helen Barr
Katinka, Kronfeldt To Be
Harriet Shackleton And
Noreen La Barge
Choose 4 Choruses
Sjirl Crosman, Barbara
lradfield Will Portray
Fritz And Kurt
The cast for "Feather in His Cap,"
the 1937 Junior Girls ]lay was an-
nounced yesterday by Hope Hartwig,
general chairman of this year's pro-
duction. The play will be presented
March 17-20 in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
Virginia Eaglesfield will take the
part of Emma, the wife of Budel, who
will be played by Helen Jane Barr.
The parts of Fritz and Kurt will be
played by Shirl Crosman and Bar-
bara Bradfield. Harriet Stlackleton.
will play Katinka. Kronfeldt will be
played by Noreen La Barge. The
captain, lieutenant and sergeant will
be Janet Allington, Margaret Ann
Ayers and Elinor Somerville respec-
tively.
Ruth Friedman will be the poet of
the play, and Marian Dailey will play
the part of Adolf, the long lost son.
The auctioneer and the messenger
will be played by Mary Jane Atlee and
Hazel DeGroot. Roberta Melin will
be Josie, the maid. The band, under
its leader, Artemis Kousian, will be
composed of Carolyn Beltramini,
Doris' Holt, Eileen Icheldinger, and
Mary Sudhoff.
100 Participate
The choruses will be composed of
over 100 women and will include as
Singing Villagers Mary Huntington,
Barbara Johnson, Florence Ruse,
Marjorie Kief, Mary Perkins, Mar-
tha Barry, Helen Purdy, Margaret
Bentley, Angel Maliszewski, Betty
Linderen, Phyllis Elder, Grace Sen-
senbrenner, Jane Peckinpaugh, Eliza-
beth Powers, Vivian D'Arkos, Ruth
Carr, Virginia Krieghoff, Betty Davy,
Jane'Mayer, Carol Jean O'Rourke.
Jeaii Hansen, Florence Lightfoot,
Dorothy Novy, Marjory Ingram, Mar-
tha Hankey, Jane Stoner, Laura
Spencer, Margaret Pearl, Helen Jes-
person, Mary Elliot, Betty Gatward,
Margaret Fry, Berta Knudson, Betty
Whitney, Elizabeth-Turner, Vera Ede,
Virginia Carr, Mary Helen Hurley,
Betty' Lauer, Hope Petouleas, BettyI
Ann Messenger, Louise Taylor, Con-
stance Isaly, Virginia Hunt, Dorothy
Rupper, Jean Hart, Vera Gray, Jan-
ice Burch, Josephine Montee, Mar-
garet Lowry and Arlene Jeldersma.
Among the Dancing Villagers will
be Jan Wentz, Helen Louise Arner,1
Charlotte Mitchell, Nelson Persons,
Mary Katherine Andrus, Francesse
Seltzerm Lucille Mintz, Marie McEl-
Elroy Virginia Weidlein, Betsey Hen-
dersori, Mary Jane Field and Jean
Craver.
Announce Dance Chorus
In the waltz and step dance chorus
will lie Mary Blodgett, Dorothy Cur-
tis, Mary Alice Krieger, Louise Bo-
litho, Mary Jane Mueller, Sue Orr,
Jayne Roberts, Betty Ronal, Irene '
Sartor, Maxine Dennis, Marlene Fin-
gerle, Phyllis Carr, Virginia Jackson,
Wilhelmina Van Dyke, Marion Fitz-j
gerad, Marney Coe.
A tap dance chorus of toy soldiers
will include Miss Blodgett, Miss Cur-1
tiss, Miss Hankey, Doris Holt, Pa-
tricia Hugg, Miss Roberts, Dorothy,
Ray, Phyllis Carr, Miss Ronal, Miss
Van Dyke, Miss Krieger, Miss Fitz-1

gerald, Mary Johnson, Katherine
Golden, Florence Midworth, Virginiat
Handyside, Nancy Kover, Florence
McConkey, Miss Fingerle, Phyllis+
Devoy and Katherine Lamed.
Politemen will be Adeline Single-1
ton, Mary Redden, Marion Touff,-1
Margaret Waterston, Jean Lee, Sally
Kenny, Miss Mueller, Betsey Ander-
son, Bobbie Jones, Miss Ray, Miss
Purdy, Sally Eschback.
Among the barmaids will be Miss
Coe, Ruth Sevensma, Miss Fitzgerald,
Miss Van Duke, Miss Ronal, Miss
Curtis and Miss Blodgett.
TO INTERVIEW APPLICANTS
Applicants for the chairmanship
car the merit system committee will be
interviewed from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today
in the Undergraduate Office, accord-
ing to Maryanna Chockley, '37, head
of Judiciary Council.

Contrasts Claim Even ing Fashion Spotlight

Public Healthi
Club To Greet
New Members,

Professor Bartlett To
At Reception To Be
Today InLeague

Talk
Held

Newcomers to the public health de-
partment of the University will be of-
ficially welcomed by Prof. Barbara
Bartlett, director of public health
nurses, at a dinner and reception to
be held at 6:30 p.m. today in the
Russian Tea Room of the League, ac-
cording to Florence Benell, Grad.,
president of the Public Health Club.
Following the dinner, to be presided
over by Miss Benell,' a business meet-
ing will take place in the upstairs
lounge after which Prof. Wesley H.
Maurer of the journalism department
will speak.
Election of a corresponding secre-
tary and a recording secretary to fill
places vacated by those who complet-
ed their training last semester, and
announcement of plans for a party
to be held March 13 will constitute
the business of the evening.
According to Miss Benell, more
than 200 members of the public
health department will be present. Of
these, 100 will be new members, rep-
resenting the trainees, sanitarians
and administrators. The faculty of
the public health department will be
guests at the affair.
The Public Health Club, composed
of pembers of that department,
meets twice a month. Of these meet-
ings, one is devoted to business. The
other is a social gathering.
Aiger Surveys
BoardActivities
Of Past Years

Koella Will Give Fifth
French Lecture Today
Mr. Charles Koella of the French
department will give a lecture on
Les Cauchemars de Julien Green" at
4:15 p.m. today in Room 103, Ro-
mance Language Building. This lec-
ture is the fifth in the series being
sponsored by the Cercle Francais.
The lecture, the title of which
translated into English means, "The
Nightmares of Julien Green," will
deal with the writings of a young
American who now lives in France
and is one of the most popular of
modern French writers.
The French play will be presented
by the Cercle Francais early in May.
Tickets for the lecture series may be
purchased from the secretary of the
French department, Room 112 Ro-
mance Languege Building, or at the
door at the time of the lecture.
Women's Club.
Plans Program
OfRadio Farce

Saturday Deadline Scholarship Petitioning
Set For Badminton Deadline Is Extended
The deadline for petitioning for the
All women who want to play in the three Ethel, McCormick .scholarships
badminton doubles tournament are has b e e n extended. Application
asked to sign up as soon as possible, blanks will be available in the Under-

-Associated Press Photo }
A new protegt has been adopted by Dame Fashion to rule over the
best-dressed women on campuses and elsewhere this spring---Lady
Contrast. Two examples of the wisdom of her choice are offered in the
above formals. The classic simiplicity of the white gown illustrated on
the left is accented with an outline of black, while the severity of the
black one is relieved with touches of white. Both dresses achieve a
dramatic effect in this manner that will not b.e ignored by those women
who have a desire to be stylish and original at the same time.
New Celanese Crepe Blouses
Have Nursery Rhyme Patterns

By HELEN HENDERSON
The same nursery rhyme that
started the country singing "One,
Two Button Your Shoe" recently in-
vaded the blouse designers field and
was duly copyrighted and printed-f
not on sheet music, but on celanese
crepe blouses.
"Four, five, six, pick up sticks" is
the phrase that has been cleverly
worked out into a printed' pattern.
On a background of plain white or
blue appear tiny 4's, 5's and 6's, as
well as little groups of multi-colored
sticks. The blouse, a short sleeved
affair, is gathered in front with a
zipper closing.
A smart trimming that will add a
personal touch to your tailored silk
blouse is an embroidered monogram,
or two initial buttons. Your own
monogram can be put on either the
sleeve or pocket of the blouse when
you buy it, and the initials snap into
a pearl button.
Rou'nd Collars Featured
A rainbow of color appears in the
linen blouse display. These are made
in tailored styles, some with tucking
down the front, others with jaunty
pockets. Most of them are finished
Aigler Will Speak
On Supreme Court
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler of the Law
School will speak informally on the
Supreme Court at the second grad-
uate luncheon of the second semester
at noon today in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
Prof. Aigler will discuss the Su-
preme Court, its conflicts with the
New Deal, President Roosevelt's re-
cent proposal in regard to enlarge-
ment of the court and will give his
personal views on this important
topic.
The graduate luncheons are open
to all graduate students interested,
and are held each Wednesday noon
during the school year in the League.
Miss Jeanette Perry is in charge.
Luncheons may be purchased in the
cafeteria and carried across the hall
to the tea room.
FURS made up and re-
modelled, repaired, relined,
cleaned, glazed, stored.
Prices reasonable.

at the neckline with small round col-
lars. One attractive style in rich
brown, burnt orange or pastels, has
an abbreviated ascot tie.
The Tyrolean effect that has been
so popular in sweaters and bolero
jackets now appears in a silk blouse
of white crepe. He high round neck-
line and front closing is bound with
a strip of black or a dark shade, and
along either side of the strip is bright
colored embroidery in a rick-rack
pattern.
Dressy Bleuses Shown
A dressy style in white crepe has
a large plaited jabot of crepe edged
with lace. Short full sleeves, a small
pointed collar and pearl buttons com-
plete this peplum model.
Another blouse of the dressier type
is made of blue and white printed
georgette. It has the extremely low
neckline introduced this spring and
is finished off with a tie of the
same material tipped with ivory or-
naments.

The Michigan Dames, as guests of
the Faculty Women's Club, will be
entertained with a program present-
ed by the club sections and a tea at
3 p.m. today in the League.
Mrs. Joseph Brinkman is to be in
charge of the program, which is an
original farce entitled "A Day in a
Radio Station." Following the' pro-
gram, which is to be given in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, tea will
be served in the Ethel Fountain Hus-
sey Room and the concourse. Mrs.
Edward L. Adams, president of the
Faculty Women's Club, and Mrs.
Lewis F. Haines, president of the
Michigan Dames will.receive.
In the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room the tea table will be decorated
with calla lillies and gold candles,
while daffodils and cream colored
candles will be used in the concourse.
Mrs. S. T. Dana and Mrs. Ira Smith
will pour in the Ethel Fountain Hus-
sey Room, while Mrs. John L. Brumm
and Mrs. B F. Bailey will pour at the
table in the concourse.
According to Mrs. Walter F. Hunt,
who is in charge of the tea arrange-
ments, those who will assist are Mrs.
L. C. Schultz, Mrs. Floyd A. Peyton,
Mrs. T. D. Simpkins, Mrs. Alessandro
Valerio, Mrs. D. L. Dumond, Mrs. Nel-
son M. Smith, Mrs. Florence Crane
and Mrs. John C. Bugher.
BE PREPARED
for that
EASTER PARADE
with a
guaranteed oil-conditioning
Permanent Wave
Empress . . . . .$6.50
Gabrieleen . . 5.00
Glotone . . . . 3.00
Marvel . . . . 2.00

A survey of the activities of the
Board in Control of Physical Educa-
tion during the past years and a
tracing of the improvements during
this period was the subject of a talk
given by Prof. Ralph Aigler of the;
Law School and chairman of the
board in control of physical educa-
tion yesterday morning to a mixed~
assembly of students majoring in
physical education at Barbour Gym-'
nasium.
He pointed out how the improve-
ments have led to the inclusion of a
physical education program in the
general educational curriculum. All
students can now participate in a
large variety of sports, he showed, in
contrast to former times when ath-
letics were available only to a small
group.
The objective of the board, he said,
is to make the physical education
program an integral part of the pro-
gram of education.

Committees Meet Today I
In League For J. G. P.
Three important meetings of Jun-
ior Girls Play committees will be
held today at the League. Mem-'
bers of the program committee will
meet Nancy Kover, chairman, be-
tween 3 and 4 p.m.
Singing villagers of the production
will meet Virginia Hunt, music chair-
man, at 4 p.m.

Soft Water Shampoo
and Wave ... 50c

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slender, shining straps! . . call-
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