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Annual Frosh

Frolic ToBe HeldFri ayarch4,4In 1


C tmmitteemen
Are Announced
L: te Permission Is Giver.
For Dance; Orchestrf
To Be Named Later
The Frosh Frolic, annual freshmai
cla;:s dance,.will be held from 9 p.r
to 1 a.m. Friday, March 4 in th(
Un on Ballroom, it has been an.
notinced by Don Ryker, chairman o
the affair.
Eyker, a student in the engineering
school, will be assisted by the follow-
ing. Central Committee members
Robert Hall and Neil Vedder, music;
He °man Norstrom and Edward Pur-
maa, tickets; Edward King, program:
Ha riette Babcock, patrons; Cather-
me Wedemyer and Robert Hague
decorations; and Jane Krause, pub-
Will Announce Ticket Price
The name of the orchestra leade:
wh-> will play for the dance, the op-
eni g date of the ticket sale and the
pr -e of the tickets will be announced
later, Miss Krause stated. Late per.
m -sion has been granted fog wom-
en attending the dance.
The publicity comittee will include
Be ty Jane Swift, Louis Flora, Wil-
lir i Kramer, Elizabeth Kepler, Bet-
ty 11all, and Samuel Henderson. As-
sisl ing Miss Babcock on the patrons
cor imittee will be Jean Pheneger
Frr nces Herzenberg, Jane Kline, Wil-
liai Rockwell and Arthur Fox. Dor-
otb y Anne Kilroy and Virginia Owen
are on the music committee.
Program Committee Members
The program committee will con-
sis of Jack Harwood, Paul Johnson
an. Almon Holmes. Members of the
oth ;r committees will be announced
by the committee chairmen in the
near future.
Corsages will be worn only by
me. nbers of the Central Committee
or rheir guests, as has been the cus-
tor in former years. Miss Krause
urged that all freshmen secure their
tic} ets before the sale is opened to
the public so they would be sure of
getIing them.
T;!oble Sissle and his Negro orches-
tra played for last year's Frolic.
wh ch was attended by more than
400 couples.

Pastel Wools Gain Favor

ort atord
For PaY~f'

oing On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie

Recently appointed officers at Mo-
sher Hall are Betty Becherer, '38, so-
cial chairman; Martha Berry, '38,
sponsor; Frances Burgess, '38, cor-
ridor councilor; and Freda Vander
Veen, '38, dance chairman.

Tdrrace Garden
Dancing Studi:
r ~instructions i n k il
forms. Classical.sola
dancing. Ph. 9695.
~ Wuerth Theatre Bid;.;

Informal Women's
Dance To Re Spo
At LeagueFeb. 2
Patrons and patronesses
tarboard's "Payoff" dance
nounced yesterday by


Da 1e Finals are cver--J--lop is over-and the campus has pulled itself together
nsDred and started a new semester. A few familiar faces may be missing here and
there <graduation doesn't count) but on the whole the outlook is unchanged.
5 All the juniors on cammus are madly calling up the Health Service trying
to make aipcntments for their health rechecks. All women trying out for
for Mor- j.u.P. must prove that they're good and husky, it seems. Anyway the com-





werttee is an-.
Elizabeth me taking

Whitney, '38, chairman of the pa-
trons committee. The dance will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,'
Feb. 25 in the League Ballroom.
The list will include President and'
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,I
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean
and Mrs. A. S. Whitney, Miss Jean-
nette Perry, Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Prof. and Mrs.
George M. McConkey, Prof. and Mrs.
John E. Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clark Trow.
Names Are Listed

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in alphabetical groups and letting them display
,heir histrionic ability at the Mendelssohn The-
atre. Betty Shaffer and Frances Sutherland were
checking everybody in at the door. Mary Rall,
Betty Jane Mansfield, Jaros Jedel, Janet Fullen-
wide:r. Phyllis Miner, Alice Bassett, Eleanor Mc-'
Ccy, Marian Hazeltine and Dixie June Jackson
were there, among many others.
B.W ..C.'s Th oRe...
The Undergraduate Offices are crammed to
the hilt with women these days. Interviews for
next year's principal League positions are going
on. The judiciary council, headed by Angel Mal-


?szc ;vski, is enjoying a series of private, woman-to-woman talks with each

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Seft spring shades are replacing
the drab winter colors in the col-
ege woman's wardrobe. Fashion
designers predict the popularity of
these pastel shades in woolen
dresses, skirts and sweaters.
Plans Of Newman
Club Announced
Donald Siegel, '39E, president of
the Newman Club has appointed An-
gel Maliszewski '38 social chairman

Miss Laurie Campbell, Miss Marie petitioner. A few of the people were Carolyn Ross, Margery Lehner, Roberta
Hartwig, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Litzen- Leete, Florence Brotherton, Margaret Cram, Hariet Pomeoy, Barbara Heath,
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Peterson, Norma Curais and Jean Rutherford.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartwig, Mrs. Mortarboard is franctically . selling tickets right and left for their
Irene Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. "Payoff" dance Jan. 25. Betty Gatward, Marie Sawyer, Elizabeth Whitney,
J. Sawyer;, Elizabeth Baxter, Mary Johnson, Margaret Curry and Roberta Melin are
"Payoff" awill be a womans date the excited committee members promoting the affair.
dance. The tickets, priced at $1.50 per The Ann Arbor Independents had a meeting yesterday afternoon. Besides
couple, will be limited to 300 couples, h n Amitt forptheirtha dancestong the laenoyo all
Roberta helin, '38, publicity chair- choosing committees for their tea-dances-to-be, the ladies enjoyed, of all
man, stated. They may be obtained things, a swingy little session of folk dancing, which is sort of a great-aunt
from Mortarboard members or at the to the Big Apple, I guess.
main desk at the League. The dance Tt- A P
will be infor"mal. 2® OG ~-, . drl
Jmmy IRasehel To Play Dropping pins in milk bottles, pitching pennies and carrying beans were
Jimmy lalchef and his Negro band I in the order of the day yesterday when the W.A.A. board entertained the
I from Detroit have been scheduled to house athletic managers at a party. Ruth Hartmann was in charge and a
con, the " 'Stepin Fetchit' of the air" grand success she made of it. Ginny Mulhollnd was having a gay time
on, te fetuei Fthth ortheta.tr"ying to drop the pins in the bottles but Jane Dunbar, Ginny Allen and
will be featured with the orchestra.j
Betty Shaw enjoyed the penny angle of it. Mary Johnson was running around
L Iseeing that everything went off smoothly and she officiated at the open board
sa e inerviews meeting that was held. Sally Corcoran, Harriet Dean and Alberta Royal
' , eld r -re all there. Alberta, by the way, is chairman of the club basketball teams
y hich started a tournament this week. And won't you all join Minnie in
Iwishing and praying for snow for the Winter Carnival, which is supposed
Interviewing for 11 major League to be this week-end.
positions and three Judiciary Coun-
cil positions will be held from 3 to 6 i _- - -
p.m. today in the Undergraduate Of- -_ -
fices of the League. The hours to-
morrow will be 3 to 5 p.m., accordingre
to Angelene Maliszewski, '38. head of
Judiciary Council.
Junior women who have petitioned
are urg ed by Miss Maliszewski to



for the year. Miss Maliszewski come for an interview as soon as pos-
Ss ible be cause no interviews foir these
chose the following as a standing pto w in ive ftr this
committee: Helen Brady, '40, Mary week. The League posts to be filled
To End Tloda Frances Browne, '38, Jean Holland, are president, three vice-presidents,
'3, and Madeline Krieghoff, '39 secretary, treasurer-and chairmen of
A party h" been planned which the social, merit-system, publicity,
th~eatre-arts and orientation commit-
ss Project F'Fee Must will be held Monday night in St. tee-n
. Mary's Chapel. All members of the
Be Payed By JUniors Newman Club, Catholic students and Miss Maliszewski stated that more
their friends are invited to come. than 50 interviews must be held and
ryouts for the 1938 Junior Girls This is the first social event to be urged that women come 4s early as
, "The Mulberry Bush," a myth- sponsored by the Newman Club, Miss possible to accommodate all who have
comedy, will continue from Maliszewski said. petitioned.
to 5:30 p.m. today at the Lydia -------

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Mendelssohn Theatre, according to
Roberta Chissus, general chairman.
Women with names Q through Z
should attend today and also any
other women who have been unable
to attend at any other time. People
who -tryout should be prepared to re-
cite 15 lines of 'a modern comedy,
Sarah Pierce, who will direct the pro-
duction, announced.
Eligibility slips must be procured
from the Dean's office for this semes-
ter if women wish to participate in
the production, Jean Holland, as-
sistant chairman, announced. There
will be a box in the Undergraduate
office of .the League for these slips.
All women must pay their $1 class
prtject fee before they can tryout, it
was announced by Martha Tillman,
chairman of the finance committee.
H.-ilth rechecks should be in im-
mediately because participation in
the production will not be permitted
wi-.out a recheck, according to Miss
J" hnson Is Chosen
TFo Direct Glee Club
q iior Johnson, director of the Little
Symrphony Orchestra, has been signed
rec -ntly as the new director of the
Uriversity Girls' Glee Club, former-
ly inder the direction of Prof. Wil-
mt Pratt, University carillonneur.
Second semester tryouts for the
clvb will be held Monday and Tues-
day of next week at the League. All
the who are interested are urged to
try out, stated Mary Morrison, '38SM,
wlh is conducting the preparatory
rehs arsals until Mr. Johnson's re-
turn in two weeks.
P.ans for this semester include
rado appearances at regular inter-
val:. The organization was heard
over the radio last year, as well as at
the League and Union open houses,
at the League style show and at the
Centennial Banquet in June. It also
made an out-of-town trip for the
first time in a number of years when
the Michigan Federation of Women's
Clu s invited the group to sing at
its Formal Musical at the Book-
Cac.illac, culminating their annual

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