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.THE MICHIGAN IAILY

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Announce First-Nighters

O Dramatic Season Opening Tomorr

Gov. MItphy
To Attend Play
In TheLeague
'Ghost Of Yankee oaodMe'
Will Begin At 8:30 P.M.;
Ticket Sale To Continue
Alice MacMahon, starring in "The
Ghost of Yankee .Doodle," will be
greeted at,8:30 p.m. tomorrow by the
following first-nighters.
Gov: Frank Murphy, President artd.
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean and Mis. Joseph
Bursley, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
Walter Sdler, Prof. and Mrs. Wal-
tef' Hunt, Prof. A. E. Greene, Prof. and
Mrs. H. Kenyon, Prof. and Mrs. A.
S. Alton, Prof. and Mrs. R. Aigler,
Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, Prof.
and Mrs. A. W. Bromage, Prof. and
Mrs. Walter Colby, Prof. and Mrs.
F. S. Dunham, Prof. and Mrs. Z. C.
Dlckinsofi.
Names, Names, Names
Prof. and Mrs. Willard Olson, Prof.
and Mrs. Walter Pillsbury, Pof. and
Mrs. A. H. Marckwardt, Prof. and
Mrs. H. D. Smith, Prof. and Mrs.
E. Sharman, Prof. and Mrs. Julio cel
Toro, Prof. and Mrs. C. D. Thorpe,
Prof. and Mrs. Hugo Thieme, Prof.
and Mrs. John Worley and Prof. V.
B. Windt.
Dr. 0. R. Yoder, Dr. and Mrs. Fred-
erick , Collor, Dr. and. Mrs. Edgar
Kahn 'Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Emery, pr.
and Mrs. T. 'Raphael, Dr. and Mrs.
A.: O. Lee, Dr. Cameron Haight Dr.
Claire Healey, Dr. John Alexander and
party, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Ross, Dr.
and Mrs. Leslie Rittershofer.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Peirsol, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Maier, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Gehring, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L.
Quirk, Mrs. Evans Holbrook, Mrs. J.
J.;Walser, Mrs. R. B. Canfield, Mr.
and Mrs. O. V. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred Shaw, Miss Bes's McLouth,
Miss Ethel McCormack, H C. Koch,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hawkins, J. G.
Hayes and party, C. H. McKinley and
party, Mrs. H. Harley and Mrs. Eula
Avery.
Still More Names
;Mrs. Ruth Blake, Miss Kathryn
Bevis, Miss Marian Walker, D. Cope-;
land, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clarkson,
Mrs. O. B. Dynes, Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Dettlinger, Miss Catherine England
and party, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Gold-
man, Mrs. G. M. Riviere, Mrs. Helen
Snyder, A. W. Sempliner, Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Trowbridge Quirk, Mrs.
Robert Sauter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tobias,
Miss Mina Winslow, Arthur Wright,
Mrs. Max Winkler, Mrs. Sara Ten-
nant, Miss Edith Barnard, Mr. and
Mrs.. Clarence Yates.t
Season and individual tickets willt
be on sale from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
every day through the showing of'
"The Ghost of Yankee Doodle" at the1
box office of Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre of the League.
Martha Cook Tea
To Honor Faculty
Martha Cook's faculty tea, to be
held from 4 to 7 p.m. today, will take
the form of an Old English garden
arty. In. case of rain the tea will
be given indoors.
More than 400 guests are expected
at the tea, the second annual affair
of its kind. Formerly the faculty
has been entertained by a pageant.
A light supper will be served by the
resident, all of whom will be dressed
in summer formals, according to Ma-
rie McElroy, '39, who is in charge of
the affair.
Miss Mary Gleasn, Miss Sarah
Rowe, house officers, members of the
Board of Governors 6f the dormitory,
and Miss McElroy will be in the re-

ceiving line.

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Society Wears Ermine.

-Cool summer nights will be wel-
come to Eve Symington, society
singer, who wears an ermine wrap
designed by Deid Bacher of the
Waldorf. Miss Symingt in is the
daughter of Copgressman James
Wadsworth (Rep,, N.Y.) and niece
of Mrs. Payne Whitney.
Houses Honor
Parents Today
Sigma Chi Mothers Attend
League Dance With. Sons
This has been 'a week-end for
motbprs' in four sorority and one fra-
ternity house. May Festival has been
the Chief attraction.
Collegiate Sorosis is entertaining
more than ten mothers. Plans include
a bridge party and dinner for mothers
and fathers on Sunday, in addition
to a May Festival .concert.
Mothers of 25 Kappa Alpha Thetas
are spending the. week-end at the
house. Bridge, a concert, and din-
ner for mothers and fathers on Sun-
day are the plans there, too.
Similar plans were made for 19
Kappa Kappa Gamma mothers.
Fathers also will be guests for Sunday
dinner.
The honor of a record attendance
for the week-end goes to the mothers
of Pi Beta Phi who number r 35. A
tea at the home of Mrs. C. L. Jamison
yesterday afternoon and a dinner for
the' entire family of the members at
the Union today are the special fea-
tures of this party.
Sigma Chis attended the ,Friday
night dance at the Michigan League,
and their dates were their mothers.
These 20 women weretheguests
of Mrs. L. M. Gram at a garden party
yesterday,

Name Patrons
For Freshman
Hayseed Hop
Floor Show Will Feature
Milk-Maid Chorus, .Ten
Pretty Girls' And Skit
Patrons and patronesses for the
Hayseed Hop were announced yester-
day by Marjorie Forrestel, assistant
general chairman of Freshman Proj-
ect.
The list includes President and Mrs.
Ruthven Vice-President and Mrs.
Shirley W. Smith, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Byrl
Bacher, Dean -Walter B. Rea, and
Miss Ethel McCormick.
Also on the list are Prof. and Mrs.
Philip E. Bursley, Prof. and Mrs.. Brut
no Meinecke, Prof. and Mrs. Ralph
L. Belknap, Prof. and Mrs. Kenneth
L. Jones, Prof. and Mrs. Chester B.
Slawson, Prof. and Mrs. Charles M.
Davis, Prof. and Mrs. Dwick C. Long
and Prof. Abraham Herran. Others
invited are Mr. and. Mrs. T. Hawley
Tapping and Mr. and Mrs. Robert O.
Morgan..
The floor show for Friday evening
will include, five numbers. First
there will'be a square dance followed
by a Milk Maid dance given by the;
chorus. After that there will be a 10
minute melodramatic skit. The
fourth number will be a dance fea-
turing "ten pretty girls" and the
show will end with another square
dance at the end of which the au-
dience will join in and square off a
few dances, too.
There will also be entertainment
for the Strawberry Social which will
be held outside on the avenue. Plans
for this have not been made public
but will be announced later in the
week.
Kappa Phi To Hold
Breakfast Today
The annual Kappa Phi initiatior:
and senior breakfast will be held at ?
a.m. today at the home of Mrs. Arnoc
H. Goss.
Ruth Greiner, '39, and France,
Roseboom, '40, are co-chairmen of
the breakfast. They are being assist,
ed by Betty Rabbitt, '39, Barbara,
Hall, Dorothy Bell, '41, Priscilla Ken-
nedy, '41, Mary Alice Quick, '40, Mary
Alice Sipith, '40, Claire Mosher, '39
Margaret Forsythe,'38 and Betty My-
'ers, '41.
The officers of the sorority will be
installed at the breakfast. Miss For-
sythe is the new president. The oth-
er officers are Hilda Van Tuyl, '40
vice-president; Mary Jean Sanford
'40, corresponding secretary; Barbara
Summers, '49, recording secretary and
Bernice Fage, '40, treasurer.

CropAnd Saddle Will Sponsor
Annual Horse Show Saturda
The annual horse show, sponsored class for University High School stu-
by Crop and Saddle, women's riding dents will be fourth. This will be fol-
club, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday lowed by Musical Stalls, open to all
at the Washtenaw County Fair- woman students.
ground, Betty Hood, '40, president The sixth event .will be held for the
of the club, announced yesterday. men's horsemanship class and is open
Entries for the show will close to all men students. Next will come
Thursday. Men who wish to enter the relay race, open to all woman
are asked to call Peter Markham, '38, students. The women's horseman-
at 4473, and women who desire to ship class, open to all woman stu-
enter are asked to call Miss Hood at dents, will perform in the eighth
3718. Both men and women must event. The last event will be held
have had a physical examination or for the horsemanship class, made up
a Health Service recheck this year of the winners of the men's and the
to be eligible for entry, Miss Hood women's horsemanship classes.
said. The contestants in the horseman-
A musical drill formed by members ship events will be judged on seat and
of Crop and Saddle and led by Miss hands and general control of the
Hood and Lois Gillen, '41, will open horse, according to Miss Hood. The
the show. The second event will be horses for the show are being fur-
held for the beginners' horesman- nished by Mullisons' Riding Stables.
ship class and is open only to be- There will be no admission charge.
ginning women students. Next will
come the potato race, which will be
open to everyone. The horsemanship
Of Societies' Picnic
The Daily wishes to correct the time
announced for the picnic planned foi
today by Alpha Lambda Delta
and Phi Eta Sigma, freshman hon-
orary societies. Members and initiates
are to meet at 4:45 p.m. on the steps
of Angell Hall, instead of at 5:30, the
time previously named.
In case of unsuitable weather, the
picnic will be postponed until 4:15
Wednesday.

W.A.A. SCHEDULE
Archery: Archery Club meting
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Wom-
en's Athletic Building.
Outdoor Club: Meeting at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Women's
Athletic Building.
Riding: Crop and Saddle ride at
5 p.m. Thursday ;, practice for the
horse show at 4:15 p.m. Friday;
horse show at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Softball: Intramural tourna-
ment: ;Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.
Mosher Hall at 5:10 p.m. tomor-
row; Betsy Barbour House vs.
Collegiate Sorosis at 5:10 p.m.
Wednesday; Delta Gamma vs. Al-
pha Chi} Omega and Jordan Hall
vs. Alpha Gamma Delta at 5:10
p.n,,}bursday.
Tennis: Tennis club meeting at
4:30 Friday at the Women's Ath.-
letic Building.

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