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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDlAY,

Annual Installation Banquet W ill Be March 22 In League B

allroom

Scholarships To Be Awarded
Presentation of the three Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarship Awards will be
made by Maryanna Chockley, '37,
head of Judiciary Council. Rita Well-
man, '37, head of the merit system
committee, will award an activity cup
to the house or zone having attained
the highest number of merit points
of the year.
Lois King, '37, League secretary-
treasurer, will give her annual report
and Mortarboard and Senior Society,
honor societies for senior women, will
hold taeir tapping ceremonies. Mem-
bers of the two societies will wear
their caps and gowns.
President To Name Council
The newly-elected president is to
announce the members of next year's
Undergraduate Council. Katherine
Landrum, president of the Women's
Athletic Association, will announce
the members of the new W.A.A. of-
ficers and board.
There will be a principal theme for
the program of the Banquet which.
will be announced later. Some of the
newly appointed officers will probably
also make short speeches, Miss Rue-
ger said.
ew 'Lantern'
For February
Is Being Sold
The February issue of the League
Lantern, monthly publication, is now
on sale at the League, according to
Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, editor.
Featured in the new issue are ar-
ticles on petitioning and interviewing
for important League positions, the
1937 Junior Girls 'Play, University
Broadcasting and "Yeomen of the
Guard," the Gilbert and Sullivan op-
eretta recently produced by Play
Production.
A picture of the central committee
of the Junior Girls Play and a fea-
ture comparing the workings of the
Union and League Councils are also
included. This month's editorial has
been written by Maryanna Chockley,
'37, head of Judiciary Council, in
which she explains the functions of
her group. The column for the al-
umnae written by Mrs. S. Beach
Conger, national alumnae secretary,
is also incorporated in the issue.
Single copies are on sale at 10 cents
in Mrs. Conger's office at the League.
The regular subscription price is $1
a year.

Junior Women
To Hold J.G.P.
Meeting Today
Sarah Pierce Will Explain
Parts In Play; Tryouts
Will Me This Week
There will be a mass meeting of
junior women at 4 p.m. today in
the League, according to Hope Hart-
wig, general chairman of the 1937
Junior Girl's Play committee.
Sarah Pierce, Grad., director of
this year's production, will explain
the various parts in "Feather in His
Cap," the manuscript selected by the
committee. The play which has its
setting in the Tyrol, concerns the
troubles of a toymaker who refuses
to make teddybears to supply the
demand of the American children.
There are a number of leading parts
available that requqire singing and
dancing talent, and several leading
speaking parts.
The try-outs for the play will be
held this week. Junior women whose
last names begin with A-L will be
permitted to try-out from 3 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Those whose
last names begin with M-Z will come
at the same time on Thursday. If it
is impossible for anyone to come at'
the time specified for their name
they may try-out on the other day.
This classification has been made
merely to facilitate the handling of
try-outs, according to Miss Pierce.
The play will go into rehearsal the
beginning of next week, according to
M'iss Pierce.
All junior women on campus are
eligible for parts in the production.
Those who are working on commit-
tees are not restricted from taking
part in the actual production.
There will be a table outside the
door at the meeting today for the
convenience of those who have not
yet paid their $1 fee. It should be
remembered, Miss Pierce said, that
this fee must be paid before anyone
will be allowed to try-out for a part
in the production.
The first meeting of the publicity
committee will be held at 4 p.m. Fri-
day in the Undergraduate office of
the League. All members of the com-
mittee are urged to attend for work
must begin immediately, Miss Pierce
said.
SEASON'S NEWEST
Gores, umbrella pleats, wrong side
out tuckings are all features of the
new skirts being shown this season.

Zwick's Orchestra
Plans To Feature
Five New Members
Four new members of Charlie
Zwick's band and a new singer are
to make their debut Friday at the
Silver Grill. Georgianna Davis, '39,
a transfer student from Morgantown,
W. Va., who sings in the Helen Mor-
gan style, it is said, is to be Zwick's
new vocalist. Before she came to
Michigan she was a featured radio
songstress.
New members of the band are Al
Erickson, '39, William Bagwell, '39SM,
Alan Smith, '39E, and Francis Coates,
'39. Erickson, a trombone player, has
played with a national championship
band in Hobart, Ind., and Bagwell,
saxophonist, was a member of the
North Carolina Symphony. Smith,
a drummer, was in the Chicago Sym-
phony and also played at the Edge-
water Beach Hotel in Chicago. Coates
is a string bass who does arrange-
ments.
Zwick is to feature a "glee club," his
vocal trio, called the "sing trio," and
his new singer for novelty numbers.
Tickets will be priced at $1 and a
limited number of table reservations
may still be made.
Prof. Menefee Speaks
To International Group
The International Relations group
of the American Association of Uni-
versity Women sponsored a suppe
and talk by Prof. Ferdinand Me. ,
fee Sunday night.
Professor Menefee spoke on the St.
Lawrence Seaway and illustrated his
talk with slides. The material which
was used in the talk has been col-
lected by Professor Menefee and is
now ready for publication.

Senior Supper
Is Scheduled
For March 17
Edith Zerbe Is Chairman
Of Event Feting Senior
Society, Mortarboard
Edith Zerbe, '37, is to be chairman
of Senior Supper, which will be held
March 17, the opening night of the
1937 Junior Girls Play, in the League
Ballroom, it was announced by Char-
lotte Rueger, '37, League president.
Miss Zerbe is a member of the
League social committee and of Mor-
tarboard, senior honorary society.
Last year she was an orientation
leader, general chairman of the Jun-
ior Girls Play and a member of
Wyvern, junior honor society. In
her sophomore year she was on the
entertainment committee of Soph-
omore Cabaret and was on Stanley
Chorus. She participated in the Frosh
Frolic in her first year on campus.
She is a member of Pi Beta Phi
sorority.
At the supper, which marks the
first time senior women appear in
their caps and gowns, some of the
traditional features which used to
be incorporated in Senior Breakfast
will be combined. These features in-
clude the passing of a dish of .lemons
and ;. a lighted candle. The com-
'lr p, -ram will be announced
Af ter .he coclusion of the supper,
m semoi woi' will march in pro-
:i to thei dia Mendelssohn
i to w a u e first perform-
at f "FeatL' ui His Cap," the
new nior pndi a Members of
Mort; Boa) nior ciety, sen-
ior honiar3 i s, are to be hon-
ored gue:.s a banquet and will
sit in the ,irst rows at the play.
Tickets for the supper are priced
at 65 cents. Women only will be
allowed at the event.

Pollock Will Speak
At A.A.U.W. Meet
Prof. James Pollock will speak to
the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti branches
of the A.A.U.W. at 3 p.m. Saturday in.
the League on "Civil Service in the
Modern State."
In the fall of 1935, Professor Pol-
lock was appointec to the Civil Serv-
ice Study Commission by Governor
Fitzgerald, and his appointment was
recently approved by Governor Mur-
phy. After study in variousstates,
Professor Pollock drew up the Pol-
lock Bill which will be presented to
the state legislature this year.
Mrs. William Haber, chairman of
the legislative committee, will con-
duct a meeting for all those who
are interested in current legislation.
Various bills which are to be pre-
sented to the legislature and their
significance will be discussed by the
group which will meet at 1:45 p.m.
Saturday.
Women's Club To Hear
Talk By Slosson Today
The regular meeting of the Ann Ar-
bor Women's Club, which will be
held at 2:30 p.m. today in the League,
will feature a talk by Prof. Preston W.
Slosson.
Songs by the club chorus, accom-
panied by Miss Evelyn Hawley and
directed by Mrs. Jessica Steinle
Reekie, will open the program for the
afternoon. Professor Slosson is to be
presented by the international rela-
tions section of the club, of which
Mrs. Ira M. Smith is chairman.
Hostesses for the occasion are to
be Mrs. E. W. Blakeman, Mrs. J. G.
Clemmons and Mrs. Stella Burroughs.
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Rushing Dinner Planned
By Kappa Phi Sorority
Members of Kappa Phi, Methodist
club, will entertain more than 30
women at a rushing dinner today in
Stalker Hall, according to Harriet
Breay, '37, president of the organi-
zation. Mrs. H. H. Smith, who is a
diseuse, will be the main speaker on
tWe program. She will speak on the
subject, "Women and The Drama."
The program, which is based on
the theme, "Kappa Phi in a Nut-
shell," is under the general chair-
manship of Margaret Forsythe, '38,
head of the membership committee.
She will be assisted by Virginia John-
ston, '37, in charge of the dinner, and
Elizabeth Martin, head of the pro-
gram.
Pledging and initiation ceremonies
will be held Feb. 27 at the Methodist
Episcopal church, followed by the
club's annual 'formal banquet at the
League.
POPULAR TOPCOATS
Topcoats are varied this year ac-
cording to fashion experts. .The
"jigger" or gay ninety reefer, com-
monly referred to as the box coat, is
the newest and most popular
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Betrothal Party At League
Fetes Virginia DeLong
And Prof. Umbach
The weddings of two couples and
the engagements of three other cou-
ples were announced recently.
More than 50 persons attended an
informal dance given Saturday in the
Alumnae Room of the League, at
which the engagement of Virginia
DeLong, '39, to Prof. William E. Um-
bach, son of the Rev. and late Mrs.
Eckhard Umbach, of Cleveland, was
announced by her ,parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David A. DeLong, of Ann Arbor.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of Ann
Arbor High school, is affiliated with
Kappa Phi. Professor Umbach, of the
language and literature department
of the Case School of Applied Science,
was formerly a member of the Ger-
man department of the University of
Michigan. He was a member of Kappa
Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, and Tau
Kappa Alpha, national forensic hon-
orary society.
Frances Drake Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drake of Mon-
roe announce the engagement of their
daughter, Frances, '36, to Robert N.
Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
N. Sawyer, of Monroe. The wedding
will take place this summer. Miss
Drake is a graduate of the University
(Continued on Page 5)

GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority
nounces the pledging of Maxine
son, '39, of Muskegon.

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