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THRSDAY, MARCH1 ',X1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mike Riley's W.AoA. Interview
Band To Play HoirAreChanged

At Slide Rule)

Open Ticket SaleI
Saturday; Dance
Given April 1 In

Begins
To Be
Union

Mike Riley, writer of "The Music
Goes Round and Round," will fur-
nish the music for the ninth annual
Slide Rule Dance, to be given by
the College of Engineering from 91
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, April 1 in the
Union Ballroom, Sidney Steinborn,
'38E, general chairman, announced.
Riley is currently featured at the
Trianon Ballroom in Cleveland. Man-
arna Miller will be here as vocalist.1
The band leader is also composer of
"Hey Hey" and "Oh Boom." TVe
latter number will be specially fea-
tured.
Ticket Sale To Be Open
The ticket sale is open to engineers
only until noon Saturday, when it
will be open to the campus at large,
Steinborn said. The tickets will be
sold at the Engineering Arch.
Walton Rodger, '39E, and Richard
Tarbell, '39E, are co-chairmen of the
publicity committee. Alfred Wald-{
chen, '38, is in charge of the .pro-
grams and the decorations commit-
tee will be under Fred Smith, '38E.
Decorations Committee
Ernest Tanzier, '38E, Roger Fra-
zier, '38E, and Robert Young, '38E,
will assist with decorations. Irving
Brown, "39E, and James Eckhouse,1
'38E, are chairmen of the patrons
and finance committees, respectively.
JohniEhsner, '38E, is to be floor chair-
man.
Sigma 'Alha iota
Musical Is 'loday
sigma Alpha Iota, national music
scrority, will hold another of its series
of monthly formal musicals at 8 p.m.
tonight at the home of Mrs. Earl V.
Moore.
Mrs. Moore will be assisted by Mrs.
George Langford and Mrs. Mabel
Reed. The affair is open to active
members and patronesses of the sor-
ority.
Mary Frances McDonough, '38SM,
'cellist, accompanied by Lois Mayer,
'38SM, at the piano, will open the
program with a group of three num-
bers: "Il Signor Bentar" by Sasano,
"Piece En Forme de Habanera" by
Revell, and "Tarentello" by Bernard.l

Interviewing for positions on the
Women's Athletic Association Board
will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Satur-
day only; instead of both Friday and
Saturday, at the W.A.A. Building, as
previously announced.
All women on campus are eligible
for these positions with the excep-
tion that the president must be a
senior while in office. Those who wish
to be on the Board in the capacity
of a sport's representative will be
elected by the women participating in
the various sports, and need not be
interviewed, according to Mary
oJhnson, '38, president of W.A.A.
Hillel Players
Continue Tieket
Sale AtLeagrue
Author Of Roots' To Be
Honored At Reception
Following The Play

Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
J.G.P. is foremost in the hearts and minds of every little woman of '39
on campus this week. The big opening night comes off next Wednesday,
when the seniors gather to see what the child prodigies have thought up
this t ime.
At the rehearsal Tuesday night the cast, servants, secretaries and guards
were there. Mary Fran Brown, Mary Rall, Marcia Connell, Patty Haff,
Kay Steiner, Ted Grace, George Cox, Fee Menefee, Dottie Park and George
Sprau were in there pitching. (Not woo-this is
SN: strictly business.) Hi Collins was indulging in a
;nappy hornpipe affair, and Leon Kupek was doing
his favorite bellowing, much to the delight of the
assembled multitude. Janet Fullenwider has what
is known as a walk-on. She walks across the stage
and utters a few simple words of wisdom. And never did a Cornell or
Fontanne do more motivating and interpreting.
Back in the costume room in the throes of ironing a bunch of shirts or
something with enormous sleeves were Eleanor Sappington and Peggy
Pulte. Marg Cram and Joan Lynch were lurking around in the general
vicinity, also, and Beulah Fenske was looking for the rest of the Madrigals.
P.S.: What is a madrigal?
Frosh Endure Interviews. .
The Freshmen are beginning to have their day, what with interviewing
for Freshman Projct now going on: Bernadine Palmer, Dottie Cowan, Dor-

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Tickets for "Roots," '37 Hopwood othy Roth, Gilberta Rothstein, Jean Tenofsky, Eleanor Miron, Jane Pollak,
major award winner, which will be Jane Klein, Betty Kepel, Dorothea Ortmayer and Lee Hardy were passing
presented by the Hillel Players to-
morrow and Saturday in the Lydia the time in the Undergraduate Offices waiting for the fatal moment. Jane
Mendelssohn Theatre, may be ob- Grove, June Roberts and Kay Forberg have also shown up for the affair.
tamned at the box office of the League A lone duo in the Council Room of the League was painstakingly sewing
or from members of the production labels on all the caps and gowns
staff and the cast. -and there were plenty of them.
The play will be given at 8:30 p.m. Joan Shoener and Martha Hanky
Friday and Saturday. There will were doing the stitching.
also be a matinee at 2:30 p.m. Satur- The League is having a super
day. Tickets are priced at 35 and tyle show Friday afternoon with
50 cenls. various campus lovelies modeling
Mrs. Editb Grossberg WIiitesell' he gowns from a Detroit shop.
Grad., the author of the play, will be Sounds pretty smooth, with tea
the guest of honor at a receptionan
given by the Hillel Foundation Fri- and Zwick playing and every-
day following the performance. The thing.
cast will also be honored: Groups of Great excitement in the W.A.A.
people from Chicago, Detroit and world these days. Sally Connery's
Cleveland, members of Hillel Foun- victorious club basketball team will meet a team from Columbia University
dations, are planning to attend. To in New York, today at Barbour Gymnasium. The Columbia women are
permit those who desire to go to making a tour of the country and a good game is bound to result. And
church services Friday, the services here's congratulations and the fur lined bathtub to Alberta Royal who has
will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be worked her fingers to the bone (Minnie is quite proud of that simile) on the
short. game and dinner which is to follow right after at the W.A.A. Building.
Rab i Keller will hold an informal After that there will be rifle, ping pont atB
recepI on following the play Satur-
day night at the Hillel. The out of Tl*
town guests to be honored will be the .Gals ToteLitleArsenal...
groups of students from Ypsilanti
and Lansing. Olive Reed and Florence Dyer have been busy at that great sport
The director of "Roots" is Harold of rifle lately and may be seen almost any day carrying their weapons
Gast, '39, who will be assisted by around the W.A.B. basement. Helen Murray with a score of 194 and Robert
Mitchell Mandelberg. '39. The pro- Cooper with one of 187 are high scorers in the bowling world this week.
duction manager is Louise Samek, Martha Cook, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Kappa Delta and Kappa Alpha Theta
'38. are still in the tournament-M. Cook being first with a score of 332.
---Cheer-cheer! Shades of the Michigras are back again. Tuesday the

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hDebate Names1
RAIT
Deadlile For Titr'atIirl
E Eitri-ve Set For 4 P.M.
The names of those women who
plan to participate in the intramural
debates must be handed in by 4 p.m.j
today in the Undergraduate Office
of the League, Helen Jean Dean, '39,
and Barbara Paterson, '39, co-chair-
man ofBthe committee in charge, an-
nounced yesterday.
There will be a box for this purpose
in the Undergraduate Office. No
names will be accepted after today.
Two questions have been sug'gest-
March ed for the debates, and those women
who are to payticipate will decide
which question they want. A mass
T E meeting of the debaters is to be held
next week and the decision will be
TS made at that time. Miss Olive Lock-
wood of the speech department is to
be in charge.
The first question is, "Resolved:
That Military Preparedness Is the
ler Way to Peace" and the second is,
"Resolved: That Intercollegiate Ath-,
Est. 1890 eltics Should be Subsidized."
devoted The debate committee will meet at
ography 11 a.m. Saturday in Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick's office at the League.

committee met to
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start making plans for the one this year. And the
1938 edition promises to be bigger and better than ever.
There will even be a Merry-Go-Round---the one thing
which was lacking last year. And there are promises.
that there will be better prizes. Hugh Rader deserves
congratulations and sympathy for he is chairman.
Among those helping himi are Jean Smith, Dick Fox,
Mary Johnson, Irv Matthews, Betty Lyon, Barb Epp-
stein, and Ginny Allen.
Ginny, by the way, has been running around making
plans for the zone tea which came off yesterday at the
W.A.B. However the attendance to said tea was a bit
scarce-in fact there were only three there. Cleo Hall;
Virginia Horetz, and Viola Rugis braved the elements
(let Minnie remind you it rained yesterday).
Bladminton Goes Flying Along
Badminton is having a tournament, which has been
running along for quite some time. Dorothy Gardiner,

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Mary Rodger, Florence Corkum, and Sally Orr are right up in there in
the singles. And playing in the doubles have been Elinor West and Mary
VonderHeidt who beat Margaret Van Ess and Ainsel Shivenson and Florence
Corkum and Sally Orr who defeated Evelyn Brown and Jean Millard.
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HILLEL PLAYERS,
present their
Annual Major Production
ROOTS
Winner of
1937 HOPWOOD AWARD
by Edith G. Whitesell

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