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,MiAY 19, 1937

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Lantern Night
Committeemen
Are Announced
L eeh*s Will Be On Sale
To Residents Of League
Houses And Men
Members of the committee for Lan-
tern Night,. which will be held Thurs-
day, May 27, were announced yes-
terday by the committee chairmen.
Maryanna Chockley, '37, selected as
the most prominent woman on cam-
pus, will lead the line of march, and
Mary Rall, '39; Betty Spangler, '39,
and Martha Tillman, '39, will help
her make arrangements for the pro-
cession.
The field and properties commit-
tee, which is headed by Marcia Con-
Bell '39, is cmposed of Charlotte
Poock, '39, Margaret Gram, '39, Betty
Shaffer, '39, Mary McCrory, '39SM;
and Martha Dynes, '39.
Lunch Committee Announced
Barbara Heath, '39, chairman of
box lunches, will have Mary Wheat,
'39; Stephanie Parfet, '39; and Mary
Katherine Adams, '39, working on
her committee. The decorations
committee will be composed of Bar-
bara Eppstein, '39; Miriam Szold, '4;
petty Lyon, '39; and Mary Lavan, '39.
Jaros Jedel, '39, is chairman of the
committee.
Jean Bell, '39, Marietta Killian,'
'39A; Mary Anne Starr, '39; Norma
Curtis, '39; Isabel Bruyere, '39; Eli-
gabeth Mullin, '39; Helen Cayia, '39;
and Catherine Eichelberger, '37, will
serve on the patrons committee which
is headed by Faith Watknis, '39.
Working. on the dance committee
will be Frances Sutherland, '39; El-
eanor McCoy, '39; Mary McNeil, '39;
and Marian Baxter, '39. Harriet Dean,
'39, is chairman. Sally Kenny, '38,
worked on the committee headed by
Betty Whitney, '38, which chose the
leader of the line of march.
Lunch To Cost 35 Cents I
Members of the publicity commit-
tee working under Mary Alice Mack-
enzie, '39; are Janet Fullenwider, '39;l
Sybil Swartout, '39; Marian Smith,
'39; Margery Lee Lehner, '39; Bar-c
bara Paterson, '39; Jenny Peterson,
'39; and Jean Rheinfrank, '39. <
Box lunches may be ordered fromt
Drake's Sandwich Shop, the Parrot or]
the League, Miss Heath announced.t
The approximate cost of the lunch4
will be 35 cents, she said, and orderst
must be placed before May 25. The
League will furnish coffee, but indi-
viduals are asked by Miss Health tot
bring their own cups,
Wooden Shoes
And Windmillst
Liven Pageant
By JEANNE GRANT1
Time marches on-and with it thet
ideas of what a super Freshman Proj-
ect should be are undergoing a dras-
tic change. Prior to last year, when
"Oz U" was presented, the projectt
has usually been in the form of a
pageant, characterized by a great deal't
of aesthetic dancing with the fresh-
men women ° tripping lightly about
garbed in flowing Grecian robes. This
year, however, the class of '40, in its1
attempt to be original, is producingi
something of an entirely different
nature.
'Ma Chunks Pa' With Shoe -
In "Rip Van Winkle," which takes
place in the village of Tretvel-

Schnitzel (temporarily located on
Palmer Field) there will be dwarfs
bowling on the green; and Dame Van
Winkle, in a moment of distraction,
throws no less than a wooden shoe at
the capricious Rip.
Rip's wailing children make a pic-
ture of complete desolation, as they,
are terribly worried when "ma
chunks pa on the dome." Their fond
father languishes in a state of un-
consciousness and, after dreaming of
huge wooden shoes, awakes among
the dwarfs as they again try their
skill at bowling on the green.
To Imitate Windmills
The somewhat univque feature of
the scenery will be two "honest to
goodness" windmills which the danc-
ing villagers imitate with more or
less success.
Instead of the customary portrayal
of grace, the dancing in this year's
project will involve less artistic at-
tempts on the part of the members
of the cast, for they may be some-
what hindered by the wooden shoes
which are being sent all the way from
Holland! (Michigan).
Microphone To Be Used
As this is the first time there have
been speaking parts in the project,!
with the exception of last year when'
typical Ann Arbor weather caused the
production to be given in Barbor
Gymnasium, a "mike" will be a neces-
sary innovation. However, if the
weatherman is inclined to be con-
trary, as. has been the rule on Lan-

To Portray The Elizabethan Shylock

Honor Groups
Tell Of Setting
For Key Dance

Announces Engagement

Ruth Friedman Miss '37 C
Rep laces Head Nove1 Acce
For Spor
Of Theatre-ArtsYr
"Your hat, milady."

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anded a large

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AgAnd Picket Fene Ruth Friedman, '38, will replace And Mir
Awnin A d icet ecJoanne Kimmell, '38, as chairman of square of
To Transform Ballroom the League theatre-arts committee around he
ml G erreover her1
nto Gay Terrace rfor next year, it was announced by braid thre
Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the of differe
A white picket fence and a gayly- ' League, after a meeting of the Under-
cclared awning over the orchestra graduate Council last night. th a
will transform the Union Ballroom Miss Kimmell will attend the Mer- Wh h
into a summer terrace for Key Dance rill Palmer School in Detroit for the a head b
Friday ,according to Robert Beuhlerfirst semester next fall. She will take with meta
rid , ac r in g t o Rberti Beuher- '~ a course given in cooperation with the bracelet,
mittee.rUniversity and will graduate with her necklace.
Among the other decorations will class next June. One day
be the gold on black pictures of the As chairman of the committee, Miss orated wit
keys of the six men's honorary or- Friedman will be a member of the heavy cha
ganizations sponsoring the dance Undergraduate Council. She has been day she'll
Druids, Sphinx, Michigamua, Sigma a member of both the theatre-arts four inch
Delta Chi, Vulcans and Triangles. and social committees for two years She'll put
The pictures will be hung on the walls MISS BETTY RICH and has worked in the University) sweater ,it
of the ballroom. *Hall candy booth. Last fall she limelight.
Tickets for the dance, which are Announce Betrothal was on the central committee for She'll b
priced at $3, will be on sale from Ae Panhellenic Ball and was ticket large squa
a.m. to noon every day in the lobby Of Fornier Students chairman for the League Fair. She printed wi
of Angell Hall, all day on the second played one of the leads in the Junior Declaratio
floor of the West Engineering Build- The engagement of Betty Rich, '36, Girls Play given this spring. Miss have a bo
ing and at the Union, Gus Collatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron H. Friedman is affiliated with Alpha wear it a
'37E, general chairman, announced Rich, of Highland Park, to Richard Epsilon Phi sorority.
Rich ofHighandPar, toRicard Miss Kimmell, a resident of Mosher She'll s(
yesterday. They may also be secured Ellerby, '38F&C, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hals nmed airmn of the jewelry is
from members of the central com- Harold T. Ellerby, of Birmingham, committee at the Installation Ban- know that
mittee. was announced at a tea Sunday by quet in March. entine tre]
Mal Hallett's orchestra, which will Miss Ricl.'s parents. The members of the newly-ap- Above a
furnish the music, played Sunday for Miss Rich took an active part in pointed Men's Council will entertain f up some n
the anniversary of the Graystone I campus activities. She was a mem- the League Council at dinner at 6:30 wear it.
Ballroom in Detroit. This band has ber of Wyvern, financial chairman of- ---- - -- -
also played for many college dances Sophomore Cabaret, chairman of
in the East and is well known for.its chaperons for Panhellenic Ball, and
recordings. general chairman of Panhellenic Ban-!
The presentation of the Oil Can by quet. She is affiliated with Alpha FRED ER ICK
Sigma Delta Chi of the now unknown Chi Omega. Mr. Ellerby is a member
most "loquacious lubricator" will be of Phi Kappa Psi and was a captain. STEAM OIL TREATMENT
a feature of the dance. of the track team.

ss 1937 is h

chiffon. She'll wrap it
r head, tie it in a pert bow
brow. Another day she'll
ee smaller chiffon squares
ant colors together, wear
head band.
er knitted suit, she'll wear
and of soutache combined
1 beads, a matching pin or
perhaps even a matching
y her sweater will be dec-
th a large cross hung on a
ain about her neck. Next
take out a huge oblong pin
es wide, made of catalin.
t it on the front of her
will put her in the fashion
have in her possession a
are silk scarf, patriotically
ith the Constitution or the
n of Independence. It will
rder of red or green, she'll
ny number of ways.
ee to it that her costume
massive this year. She'll
a modification of the Flor-
nd, as well as the Swiss
1l, she'll use her head, think
new doo-dad, be the first to

Gareth Hughes will portray Shylock in Robert Henderson's second
play of the Dramatic Season, Saturday at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Following Elizabethan tradition, Mr. Hughes will play the
part with red hair and beard. He will be a man of about 45 years
in the full prime of his vigor. "The Merchant of Venice" will be pre-
sented eight times ending with a Wednesday matinee and night .per-
formances. Miss Peggy Wood, famous stage and screen star, will appear
as Portia in the production.
Chinese Doctor Is First Woman
Member Of I nterim tional Group
Dr. Shan-ming Tao, Grad., stitute for Infectious Diseases in
Empl oyd AS Tec1niclBerlin, the laboratory of the Royal
College of Physicians in Edinburgh,
Expert and the Pasteur Institute at Paris.
Among the honors which Dr. Tao

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By KATHERINE MOORE
The first Chinese medical woman
to be sent as an official delegate to
such a conference as the Interna-
tional Congress for Microbiology is
Dr. Shan-ming Tao, former Barbour
scholar, according to the Manchester
Guardian.
Dr. Tao, who has just returned to
China, was sent to the congress, held
in London last July, by the National
Health Administration. Since thatI
time she has been touring Europe
and America, visiting the chief bac-
teriological institutes.
Enrolled In Fall Of '21
Dr. Tao enrolled in the University in
the fall of '21, after having graduated
from Ginling College in Nanking. She
studied here as a Barbour Scholar
until June, 1924, when she left to
accept a position with the Michigan
State Department of Health. From
1925 to '27 she studied at Johns Hop-
kins University, where she received
the doctor of science degree.
She is regularly employed as senior'
technical expert of the National Epi-
demic Prevention Bureau in Nan-
king. It was there that Prof. W. Carl
Rufus, chairman of the committee
on the Barbout Scholarships, and
Mrs. Rufus saw her in February of
1936, while they were touring the Or-
ient. At the practical biolgical lab-
oratory where she was the work of
developing vaccines and serums for
the Bureau was taking place.
Visits Foreign Laboratories
Among the places at which Dr.
Tao was able to visit and study on
her trip are the principal bacteriolog-
ical research institutes in Great Brit-
ain, the State Serum Institute in
Copenhagen, the Robert Koch In-

has received was a temporary ap-
pointment for six months by the
Secretariat of the League of Nations
to enable her to study more fully the
work in Europe of the Permanent
Commission on Biological Standar-
dization. The commission was found-
ed by the League for the mainten-
ance and distribution of international
standards for biolgical products, in
whose manufacture Dr. Tao has
been engaged for some years in China.
Dr. Tao also spent some time in
America.
Archers To Shootj
With State Normal
-The Michigan State Normal College
archery team will challenge the Mich-
igan Women's Archery Club at an
informal shoot at 4:15 p.m. today on
Palmer Field, according to Ruth Carr,
'38Ed, manager.
The National Junior Archery
champion, a member of the guest
team, will also take part in the shoot.
The archery tournament, which start-
ed May 15, will continue through this
week, and the finals are tentatively
scheduled to be played off next week.
Steele To Be Awarded
Annual Scholarship Key
J. Gordon Steele, '37BAd., will be
awarded the Delta Sigma Pi Schol-
arship Key tomorrow at a dinner to
be held by the fraternity.
Prof. Clare E. Griffin, Dean of the
School of Business Administration,
will present the award.

WEDNESDAY,
From 10 o'clock to
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