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rI. .UU fI.. , I THE MICHIGAN D'AILY

Martha Graham And Dance Group

To Give

Recital Here

March 28

Was Once Pupil
Denishawn
Dance School
Artist Will Be Sponsored
By Women's Physical
Edication Department
Martha Graham, renowned expon-
ent of the modern dance, will appear
here with her dance group Monday,
March 29, at Pattengill Auditorium,
in Ann Arbor High School.
Debut Made At 16
Miss Graham was first known as an
outstanding member of the Deni-
shawn school of dance, founded by
Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn, who
appeared here last fall. A tenth-
geeration American, Miss Graham
made her debut on the American
stage at the age of 16, contrary to
the wishes of her parents.
After several years with the Deni-
shawn company, she was called to the
Eastman School of Music in Roches-
ter, N.Y., where she distinguished her-
self for her modernistic interpreta-
tions. of the traditional Oriental
school. In 1926 New York hailed her
precocious genius, and critics prophe-
sed a bright future on the stage for,
her'.!

Will Represent Michigan Today

BARBARA BRADFIELD

BETTY J. MANSFIELD

SMich igan To Uphold Affirmative
in Debate With Ohio State Today
'Uniform Marriage Laws' the debaters Marian Gommesen, '38,
To Bec Topic At 4, P.M. will be incareNme
h BrLe Mi tees Are Namede
u Balloom Of Leagule Miss Olive Lockwood of the speech

Moping On The Mall
*By Meandering Minnie
What an institution college is. League-J.G.P.-WA.A. 101 this term seems
to be teaching junior girls how to be three places at one time. Phyllis
Minor and Marcia Connell have taken to making schedules of just what
to do at that momenf- and usually one day takes up a whole page. Minnie
peeked at Phyl's list yesterday and found that she had even made allow-
ance for going.to class. However, Minnie also saw her in the League grill
during the time marked off for studying. That seems to be a popular
place these days. Aspasia's Girls were refreshing themselves with all
flavors of cokes yesterday. The waiter nearly went
crazy trying to keep them straight. Dotty Barrett,
Marietta Killian, and Mary Katherine Adams made theirQ
share of confusion. The cast of "Stage Door" was also
taking time off, for we saw Miriam Brouse and Rosebud
Wolfson imbibing the coca-cola. Sally Pierce, Dick Mc-
Elvey, Poody Pomeroy and Bobby Chissus were over in
one corner having a serious discussion--about J.G.P. no
doubt. And Barbara Lovell was having a horrible time
puzzling over mirror drawing. Bunny Arner and Jean Holland were also
coking but they had to rush right back to the Undergraduate offices for
more work.
Barbara Bradfield and Betsy Baxter were sprawled all over the
League hall trying to make out the chart and deciding where to put some
more names. And from the number of juniors going out to demonstrate
their dramatic talents there ought to be plenty of names to put on friend
chart. They spend the better part of their waking hours practicing. Ste-
phanie Parfet, Nancy Dall, Betty Shaffer, Edith Johnston were doing the
Peasant Chorus. Dickie Jackson, Ginny Osterman, Jane Lyon, Barbara
Talcott, Barbara Griffin have all been among those present. Minnie also
saw composer (sounds like Time magazine, doesn't it) Margaret Matthews
drumming away at the piano.
Wyvern has been helping the freshmen make out their petitions for
their freshmen project. Barbara Heath and Sybil Swartout have both been
over there explaining that it would be best for a decorations chairman to be
artistic and for a costume chairman to know how to sew. Betty Burk-
heiser, Helen Barnett, Margaret Whittemore, June Roberts, Dorthea Ort-
mayer, and Marcia Sharfman are a few petitioners.
W.A.A. is also a scene of much activity these days. Florence Dyer,
Edna Kandelin and Virginia Mulholland have been shooting in the tele-
graphic rifle meets. Bowling is also holding a tourney.
They are never ending it seems. Virginia Palmer, Vir-
inia Caldwell, Mary VanWilde, Jane Campbell, Flor-
ence Michlinski, Doris Cranmore and Jane Kidder are
all bowlers. Fencing club is also planning some big
..- doings. Olga Dobosz, Julia Ann Upson, Ruth Field
and Buffy White are all trying their skill there at wield-
ing the dagger (or is it a sword? Minnie never did
know the difference) And W.A.A. orchid of the week
goes to Sally Kenny who pretends she is a rabbit and hides behind trees to
amuse her third grade education class.

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wave failure, ruined hair, and dissatisfied
patrons.
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Tickets Go On Sale
Tickets are priced at 50 cents, 75 The second in the series of League-
cents, one dollar and one dollar and sponsored Varsity Debates will be held
a half. They will be sold at Wahr's at 4 p.m. today in the League Ball-
book store and Barbour Gymnasium. room with two women students from
Miss Graham is appearing under Ohio State University.
the auspices of the department of Barbara Bradfield. '38, and Betty
physical education for women. Jane Mansfield, '39, are to uphold the
affirmative, and Norma Fisher and
Ruby K. Zurcher of Ohio State will

E' 7 R Te argue the negative of the -question,
'Resolved, That the Several States
SHroldL Enact a Uniform Marriage
Honos Stdent Law." -.
Faculty Members ^An"ince Patros
The patrons and patronesses for
mm he debate were announced by Bar-
Students and faculty membersItara McIntyre, '38. President and
were entertained yesterday at the Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
President's home in the eighth of Dean Josheph A. Bursley, Dean and
the series of Ruthven teas. F~ivefac-Mrs. Wilber R. Humphreys and Miss
ulty members were specially honored. p McCoripatron ebe among the

department is the adviser for the
team from this University. The co-
chairmen of the committee in charge?
are Helen Jean Dean, '39, and Bar-
bara Paterson, '39.
Other committee members include
Mabel Allison, '38, Margaret Ann Ay-
ers, '38, Betty Gatward, '38, Helen
Jesperson, '38, Angelene Maliszewski,
'38, Elizabeth Notley, '38, Frances Mc-
Kinney, '38, Norma Curtis, '39, Har-
riet Pomeroy, '39, Harriet Shackleton,
'38, and Lillian Tolhurst, '38.
Assembly Ball
Patrons Listed.
Late Permission Granted
Women For Breakfast
The list of patrons and patronesses
for the fourth annual Assembly Ball
to be given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
morrow in the Lea e Ballroom have
been. announced by lizabeth French,
'39, chairma9 of the committee in
charge.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Joseh A. Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Dean and Mrs.
Wilbur R. Humphreys, Dean and Mrs.
Walter B. Rea, Dean Henry C. An-
derson, Miss Laurie E. Campbell, Prof.
and Mrs. Philip E. Bursley, Prof. and
Mrs. Albert E. White, .Miss Ethel A.
McCormick, Mrs. Fredrick Ray, Mrs.

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Dean Henry C. Anderson and Wil-
mot F. Pratt, University carillonneur,
were present. Mrs. Hardin A. Van
Deursen, who poured from 5 to 5:30,
wore a deep purple afternoon dress!
and matching purple bonnet with a
darker veil.
Among the students were James
Barco, '38, president of Delta Upsilon
fraternity, Hope Hartwig, '38, League
president; William Newton, '41, win-
ner this year of a Hopwood Award,
and Janet Allington, '38, secretary of
the League.
House Managers
Entertained At Tea
More than 50 women attended thej
tea given by the Dean of Women's
Office for the managers of League
houses, which was held at 4:30 p.m.
yesterday in the Women's Athleticj
Building.
Mrs. Martha Ray and Miss Ethel
McCormick poured. Speeches were
given by Dr. Claire Healy, Miss Mc-
Cormick and Miss Marie Hartwig, of
the physical education department, at
which time various campus activities4
were explained to the women who at-'
tended.
Founrtain
Suggestion:-
Whether you're looking for
an appetizing luncheon or
a light supper, an afternoon
in-between or a bedtime
snack, we suggest you try
a shake and barbecue. They
are delicious and nourishing
too i
M-ilk Shake
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Beef
Barbecue
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Others will include Prof. and Mrs.
G. W. Bromage, Prof. and Mrs. Philip
E. Bursley, Mr. Arthur Secord and
Miss Edith Thomas.'
Following the debate, a dinner at
the League will be held in honor of
Independent (Grroup
W il Mee t_Monday~
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Ann Arbor Independents at
5 p.m. Monday at the League, accord-
ing to Betty Notley, '38, president. The
meeting was originally scheduled for
today.1

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CONNIIES!

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Michigan Union, March 25
FORMAL
Ticke tson1 Sale a!
union, Wahr's, Ulrich's, and

and $4.95

A constitution will be drawn up at C. Stanley Mitchell, Miss Kathleen
the meeting and the plans for the M. Hamm and Mrs. Ellery D. Preston
reorganization of Assembly will be have been invited.
discussed. The members who will Others who will attend are Miss
participate in the women's intramural Mary E. Gleason, Miss Sara L. Rowe,
debate will be elected. Miss Ruth H. Danielson, Mrs. William
All members are urged to attend be- L. Morley, Mrs. Joseph M. Parsons,
cause it is necessary to have a quorum Mr .and Mrs. Joseph H. Spurgeon and
to adopt the Constitution. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Icheldinger.
4_____* Breakfast will be served at the
League immedi,-tely following the
(]ommiittees For JAXI. . ball. 2 a.m. permission will be grant-
To Hold Meetings Today1 ed to those women who stay for the
G ?e breakfast, otherwise they must be

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Announcement was made of J.G.P.
committee meetings to be held today.
The properties committee for the!
1938 Junior Girls Play will meet at
4 p.m. today, at the League, accord-
ing to Elizabeth White, chairman of
the committee.
The ticket committee of which
Madeline Krieghoff is chairman will
hold a meeting at 4 :15 p.m. today. The
publicity committee will also meet at
5 p.m. today.
Any members of committees who
are unable to be present should con-y
tact the chairman immediately. The
rooms for the meetings will be posted
on the bulletin board at the League.

in their dormitories at 1:30 a.m.
ADULT EDUCATION SERIES
The correct date for the adult edu-
cation series planned by the Univer-
sity Extension division should read
May 24-28 instead of March 24-28
as it appeared in yesterday's Daily.
FISHOW'S WATCH
and
JEWELRY REPAIR
347 Maynard Cor. William
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