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DNEDAY, MARCH ?, 938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FINN

Senior Supper Will Be

Held At 6:15 P. M.

Today

In

League

Caps, Gowns"
Will Be Worn
By All Seniors,
Traditions To Be Observed
At Annual Senior Affair;
Patronesses Are Listed
Senior women in all schools in the
University will wear their caps and
gowns for the first time when they
attend Senior Supper, to be held -at
6:15 p.m. today in the League Ball-
room.
Caps and gowns must be worn by
all seniors, according to Hope Hart-
wig, '38, chairman of the affair. After
the supper, the guests will attend the
1938 "Junior Girls' Play, "The Mul-
berry Bush" which will be presented
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Special Honors
Members of Senior Society, Mortar-
Board, and the central committee for
J.G.P. will be specially honored at the
supper. A song to the juniors and hit
tunes from last year's J.G.P., entitled
"A Feather In His Cap," will be sung,
and Miss Hartwig will speak. Tradi-
tional customs peculiar to Senior,
Supper will also be observed. Women
who have received fraternity pins
during their college years will put on
common pins, women who have be-
come engaged will bite a lemon and
those who have been married will,
blow out a candle.
An innovation this year will be the
wearing of costumes from the 1937
J.G.P. under caps andgowns. When
the seniors who were in last year's
cast arrive in the theatre they will
be wearing their Tyrolean outfits.
Name Patronesses
Patronesses fov the affair are Re-
gent Esther G. Cram, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss
Jeanette Perry, Mrs. Joseph Bursley,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Ruth
Goodlander and Miss Marion Durell.
Members of the central committee
for Senior Supper are: Miss Hart-
wig; Margaret Ferries, chairman of
the ticket committee; Joanne Kim-
mel, incharge of arrangements; Mar-
garet Ann Ayers, in charge of caps
and gowns, Harriet Shackleton, head
of the entertainment committe4 and
Nancy Kover, head of the patrons'
committee.
Set Scholarship
Interview Date
Applicants Asked To Be
At League Tomorrow
All applicants for the three Ethel
McCormick Scholarship Awards must
be interviewed by the Executive
Council of the League from 4 to 5:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Undergraduate

Participants In Today's Activities

Name Patrons
Of Crease Ball;
April_1 Is Date
Jimmie Lunceford's Band
To Play At Annual Event;
Corsages Are Banned
The patrons and patronesses for
Crease Ball, to be given from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. April 1 in the League Ball-
room, have been announced by David
Knight, '38L, co-chairman of the'
dance.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Re-
gent and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, andI
Dean and Mrs. Henry M. Bates willj
head the patron list.1
Guests Are Named
Guests for the evening will be Gov.
Frank Murphy, the Hon. Howard
Wiest, Chief Justice of the MichiganI
SupremeCourt, and Mrs. Wiest.
Other patrons will be Prof. Joseph
H. Drake, Prof. Edwin C. Goddard,
Prof. and Mrs. Edson R. Sunderland,
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler, Prof.
and Mrs. John B. Waite, Prof. and
Mrs. Edgar N. Durfee, Prof. and Mrs.
Grover C. Grismore, Prof. and Mrs.
Burke Shartel, Prof .and Mrs. E.
Blythe Stason, Prof. and Mrs. Paul
.A. Leidy, Prof. Hobart R. Coffey.
List Will Include
Prof. and Mrs. John P. Dawson,
Prof. and Mrs. William W. Blume,
Prof. and Mrs. Laylin K. James, Prof.
and Mrs. John E. Tracy, Prof. and
Mrs. Lewis M. Simes, Prof. and Mrs.
Hiessel E. Ynitema, Prof. and Mrs.
Marvin L. Niehuss, Prof. 'arid Mrs.
Paul G. Kauper, Dr and Mrs. Russell
A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood,
Mr. Lawrence Hartwig, Miss Kather-
ine C. Murray and Miss Inez Bozarth.
Chaperons will be Dr. William
Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Francis A.
Westert.

'Weddings
cs.and 1/n
ngagements
Jean Auld Ori, '37, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Torrance Orr
of Wyandotte, and Earl Stieler were
married Saturday at the First Pres-
byterian Church, with the Rev. War-
ren E. Hall officiating. Mr. Stieler is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stieler.
Mrs. Stieler graduated from the
University in February of 1937. She
is affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta.
Mrs. Judson C. King of Ann Arborl
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Angie Pamela, '37, to John
William Lederle, '33, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Lederle of Royal Oak, at a
buffet dinner at her home Saturday.
Mr. Lederle receiver his M.A. de-
gree from the University in 1934 and
a doctor's degree from the law school
in 1936. He is affiliated with Trigon,
Phi Alpha Delta and Delta Sigma
Rho. He was a member of Michi-
gamua, president of the Oratorical
Association in 1932-33 and president
of the Union in 1932-33.
PLEDGING IS ANNOUNCED
Kappa Alpha Theta announces the
pledging of Katherine Sprick, '40, of
Quincy, Ill., and Betty Brundrett, '41,
of Troy, Ohio.

Final Petitions
Are Due Today,
Interviews For Assembly
off jces Start Tomorrow
Petitioning for Assembly offices
will continue until 6 p.m. today in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
Helen Jesperson, '38, president of As-
sembly, announced yesterday.
"It is important that every non-
affiliated woman wb, wishes to pe-
tition do so immediately," Miss Jes-
person said, "as no petitions will be
accepted after today."
The positions open to petitioning
are those of president, vice-president
and secretary of the organization.
The women eligible to petition, ac-
cording to Miss Jesperson, are those
who have participated in extra-cur-

Badminton Match
PlayedLast Night
A badminton team representing
Alpha Phi and Psi Upsilon defeated
one from Sorosis and Alpha Delta
Phi last night at Barbour and Water-
man Gymnasiums by winning nine of
the twelve matches played. This is
the second tournament of its kind
to be played. The first was won-by
Sorosis and Alpha Delta Phi, 13 to 7.
Marjorie Everett, Elizabeth Shaw,
Margaret Van Ess, '41, Paul Keller,
'40, Richard Kurtz, '39E, William
Newton, '41, George Miller, '41,
Dwight Adams, '40, and William
Briggs, '41, made up the Alpha Phi-
Psi Upsilon team.
ricular actiivties, particularly in those
sponsored by Assembly.
Interviewing for these positions
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. tomor-
row and Thursday

SARAH PIERCE IHGPE HARTWIG
Miss Hartwig, '38, is chairman of Senior Supper which is, to be
given at 6:15 -p.m. today in the League. The supper precedes the open-
ing night presentation of "The Mulberry Bush," this year's Junior
FUIaq a4 9 ',* 'aoaMa 5ss14 Jo uolpa.up aq Jtapun st gaW M sXld RIp)
will open at 8:30 p.m.

The Department of Physical Education
for Women presents
MARTHA GRAHAM and DANCE GROUP
Monday, March 28th
Ann Arbor High School Auditorium
Tickets at Wahr's and Barbour Gymnasium
50c - 75c - $1.00 - $1.50

Annual Junior
Wonesi sPlay
Opens Tonigit

Capitalist Ball
Guests Named
By Committee
Guests of the central committee for
the third annual Capitalist Ball to be
given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
in %he Union Ballroom were an-1

'Mulberry
Men In
Time In

Bush' To Star
Cast For First'
Show's History

(Continued from Page 1)
Leon Kupeck, '39, will play Titus. l
In the royal family are RebeccaI
Bursley as Jean, Marcia Connell as
Aggie, Marian Baxter as Annie, Mary
Alice McAndrews as Polly and Ka-1
therine Steiner as Lou, Cassie, an-
other member, is played by Patricia
Haff, and Henry Adams, '39, plays
Ferdinand, her husband. Little1
Phoebe, 'the daughter of Cassie and
Ferdinand is Ruth Menefee.
Men in the royal family include+
Bill Canfield, '40, and Casey Carter,
'40SM, as Hippy and Andy, the heirs1
apparent. James Talman, '39E, will
pay Si, and John Winder, '38, will,
take the part of Phil. Others are'
George Cox, '39SM, as Dick and Jim
Neilson, '40A as Mack.
Bob Reinhart, Grad., will playt
Beeker, the family servant, and Grace
Wilson is Pomeroy, little Phoebe's
nurse. The ministers in the cabinet
of Titus include Hiram Collins, '38,'
as Jason, James Moll, '39, as Ajax,
George Sprau, '38A, as Cleon, Mar-'
garet Soenksen as Myrtle and Miss
Teal as Helen.
Tippy, Helena's secretary, is Mar-t
jorie Merker and Janet Fullenwider'

nounced yesterday,
Chester Shelly, '39BAd, and James
McCollum, '38BAd, co-chairmen, will}
have as their guests Margfaret Neafie

'40, and Janet Davis of Detroit re- ------ - -
spectively. Paul Simpson, '38BAd, of
the floor committee will attend the List Hostesses
dance with Barbara Hanna, '37, while
Donald Dunnabeck, '38BAd, of the
same committee will take Betty Anne ; For Tea D ai
Carpenter of Detroit.
Name Guests
Eloise Hurst, '38. will be the guest 24 ~O111en WslA

ice
sjst;3

of Jay Troxel, '39BAd, of the music
committee, and Jane Dunbar, '40, will
attend with Robert Halsted, '38BAd,
of the same committee. William R.
Shaw, '38BAd, and Julian Goodman,
'39BAd, of the publicity committee,
have asked Jane Peterson, '41, and
H ilpn D nltoo h Chioa ntin'

Affair To Be Thursday
Announcement of the names of 25
women who will be hostesses for the
All-Campus Tea Dance, to be held
from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday in the
League Ballroom, was made yester-

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iieieneueutLscn of unl espetc- day by Marian Gommesen, '38, head
tively. of the hostess committee for the af-
Hugh Hayward, '39BAd, of the fair.
ticket committee will have as his The hostesses are: Beulah Fenske,
guest Dorothy Rice, '40A. John Doelle, I '39Ed; Jean Hastie, '39; Shirley El-
'38BAd, also of the ticket committee I lis, '39; Vitina Scotti, '40; Thelma
will attend with Catherine Sanders, Grace Brown, '39; Marian Morton,
who is a student at Bryn Mawr. '39A; Margaret Limberg, '38; Jane
Tickets Are Available Lamb, '39; Margaret McKinnon, '38;
Senior class president, Robert Lait- Ruth Carr, '38Ed; Jean Belle King,
ner, '38BAd, has invited Jane Roberts, '39; Angeline Roknick, '40SM; Sally
'38, to go to the dance as his guest, Manthei, '40, and Helen Douglas, '38.
and Jane Onail will attend with Ir- Others are Gertrude Zuidema, '39;
win Dailey, '38BAd, vice-president, Florence Russ, '38; Marie McElroy,
the junior class president, Joseph N. '40; Betty Lou Leffel, '40; Dorothy
Bonaito, '39BAd, is taking Betsy J. Harmon, '39; Jean Hart, '38Ed; Jean
Waite of Jackson. . Mary Bennett, Hart, '38Ed; Virginia Carr, '38A; El-
'38BAd, secretary, will take William eanor Sikkenga, '39; Toby Davis, '39;
Jack, '38. Veevia Hoelscher, '40 and Janet Clark,

office, according to Angelene Malis- will play Penny, secretary of Steve.
zewski, '38, head of Judiciary Coun- Orestes and Lysanda, liberal agita-
cil. tors, are Richard Humphreys, '40 and
This will be the only time at which Nancy Stonington.
interviews will be held, Miss Malis- Eleanor McCoy will take the part of.
zewski said. Eurydicy, the keeper of the Three
The Executive Council consists of Crowns tavern, and Aspasia, the blues
Hope Hartwig, '38, League president, singer at the tavern will be played by
Miss Maliszewski, Margaret Ann Ay- Ellen Rothblatt. Epops, the jailer, is
ers, '38, League treasurer, Janet Al-! Joseph Graham, '39.
lington, '38, secretary, and Helen The music for the production will
Louise Arner, '38, Florence McCon- be furnished by Charlie Zwick and
key, '38, and Mary Jane Mueller, his orchestra. The songs were writ-
'38, vice-presidents. ten by the music committee.

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There are still some tickets for the '40.
ball available at the Union, Doelle
stated. Emery Deutsch, the composer RADIO DICTION CLASS ON
of several popular songs and an ac- ! Prof. G. E. Densmore of the speech
complished violinist, is bringing his 1 department will continue his course
band from the Rainbow Room, Radio in "Stage and Radio Diction" to-
City, to play for the ball. day from 3 to 3:30 over WJR.

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