TURSDAY, OOT. 28, ts TIEH MICHIAN DAILY YMGk IY
announce Cast For Children's Theatre Production
Selects He a ds
Charles Maxwell To Playj
Directs Children's Play
Seven Women Appointed
For Central Committee,
Of 3rd Annual
Remaining Dance Tickets
To Be Placed On Sale
At Union Tomorrow
Mr. Toad; Ella Mountain
To Take Role Of Rabbit
The cast for the opening Children's1
Theatre production, "Mr. Toad,"1
to be presented Nov. 12 and 13, it
was announced yesterday by Ruth
Friedman, '38, chairman of the the-
atre-arts committee of the League.
Sarah Pierce, Grad., will be in
charge of direction of the play. She
also directed last year's Children's
Theatre productions and has been
active in Play Production series. Miss
Pierce has been with the Repertory
Players during the summer months
and is now assisting in the speech
department of the University. Last
year she played a title role in "Henry
Charles Maxwell To Be Lead
The role of Toad will be played by
'Charles Maxwell, Grad., and Ella
Mountain, '38, will play the part of
the Rabbit. Robert Corrigan, '38, will
appear as the Badger and Karl Klau-
er, '39, will play the part of the Rat.
Chief Weasel will be portrayed by
H-oward Johnson, '39, and the Mole
will be Arthur Forbes, '39. Joseph I
Graham, '39, will play the part of
Weasel and Mary Rall, '39, will play
the role of the Woman.
Other Students To Take Part
The first, second and third Ferret
'will be played by Harry Eskin, Don-
ald Butler, '38P, and Ransom Miller,
'40. The Waiter will be played by
''Ralph Clark, '38SM. The roles of the'
three Criminals will be taken by Ber-
nard Benaway, '38E, Robert Rinhart
and Sheldon Finkelstein, '40E. The
Constable will be played by Harry
Essman and the Jailer's Daughter
will be Bettie Howard, '40. Helen Jane
Barr, '38, will take the role of the
Washwoman and the Clerk will
be played by Bernard Benaway. The
three judges will be played by Rob-
ert Rinhart, Sheldon Finkelstein and
Committee Chairmen Announced
Miss Friedman also announced the
chairmen of the committees that have
been sub-divided from the theatre-
arts committee. Louise Samek, '38,
will be in charge of the properties and
"Knight and Date" has an off-
It seems that, although the week-
end activities of the Michigan under-
The central committee for Pan- gaduate are covered by Marianne's Patrons for the third annual En-
hellenic Ball, which will be held Nov. fam'iliar Tuesday morning column, gineers' Ball which will be held from
2the extra-curricular things that take i9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 12 1n
.place during the week are sadly ne- the main ballroom of the Union have
nounced yesterday by Harriet Shack- glected. Hence, the new weekly feature min alootid.
.iJ7:& leton, '38. president of Panhellenic to be known as the "Campus Carry-
Association. All" which plans to take take care of been announced. Of the 350 tickets
The committee, headed by Steph- and the League. which went on sale Monday, Oct. 25, i
only 40 remain. These will be avail-
'39 chairman 'o, mderations Piele f ~anquet Come And 4Gone able to the general public at 1 p.m.
:- 39, chairman of decoration;hyliss tomorrow in the Union. Until then,
Sarah Pierce Grad., is director Bauer, '38, chairman of finance; The Panhellenic Banquet has come members of the engineering college
of the Children's Play Series which Kathryn Steuernol, '38'Ed., who is and gone. About 800 women, pledges may obtain them on the second floor
will begin with "Mr. Toad," to be in charge of programs and floor' and actives were there and a greatj of the West Engineering Building.
presented on November 12 and 13. Patricia Haff, '39, head of the music time was had by all. Addie Mason Patrons for the ball include Dean
Miss Pierce, who directed Freshman was keeping the little fingers busy by Henry C. Anderson; Dean and Mrs.
Project and Sophomore Cabaret, committee; Phyliss Lee Scroggie, 39, knitting part of the time. And oh, Joseph A. Bursley; Dean and Mrs.
was in charge of last year's Chil- chairman of the patrons committ-r, the shame of it all-Jayne Roberts Charles T. Olmstead; Prof. and Mrs.
dren's Plays. Jenny Petersen, '39, chairman of and Carolyn Donavan were shooting Benjamin F. Bailey; Prof. and Mrs.
publicity and Adele MacDonald, '38, dice at the Gamma Phi table. Two Edward M. Bragg; Prof. and Mrs.
who is in charge of the receprion cubes of sugar and a pencil did the, James H. Assel; Prof. and Mrs. Ed-
I Osbornecmtee.trick. ward L. Ericksen; Prof. and Mrs.
The Crop and Saddle members were Lewis M. Gram; Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
Alys Pierce Heads Decorations gathered in Barbour Gym Wednesday liam C. Hoad and Prof. and Mrs.
N am es Hours Miss Pierce, affiliated with Kappa I afternoon waiting to start on. their Henry W. Miller.
Kappa Gamma, was a member of supper ride. We saw Floris Compton, Others on the list of patrons are
onsulaion1 Stanley Chorus, publicity and so- Charlotte Robinson, Betty Dickmeyer, Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White; Prof.
cial committees of the League. Miss Yvonne Westrate, Winifred McAllis- and Mrs. Chester O. Wisler; Prof. and
Bauer, who is a member of Alpha ; ter. Betty Badger, Jeanne Gomon, Mrs. Axel Marin; Prof. and Mrs. Mel-
Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne, con- Chi Omega, was a member of the Stella Tringham and Helen Rose ville B. Stout; Prof. and Mrs. Lewis
sultant in appearance, will have con- I properties committee for the 1937 hanging around. Marjorie Hood came N. Holland; Prof. and Mrs. Donald L.
sultation hours today from 10:30 a.m.jJunior Girls Play. Miss Steuernol flying around the corner a few min- Katz; Prof. and Mrs. Clarence F.
to noon, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and is a member of Alpha Xi Delta sor- utes later. Kessler; Prof. and Mrs. Elmore S.
from 5 to 5:30 p.m. today in the ority and is a Panhellenic repre- Pettyjohn; Prof. and Mrs. Clarence A.
Council Room of the League. sentative. Strange Volleyb l ttire Seibert and Prof. and Mrs. Milton J.
Miss Osborne's hours will be the Patricia Haff Is Music Head Thompson.
same tomorrow. Sophomores and up- Miss Haff, who is affiliated with A strange assortment of costumes - -~-
perclassmen can now make appoint- Collegiate Sorosis, is a member of appears on the volleyball courts at I lentenWmeWien
ments, but there will be a charge of Stanley Chorus and the social com- Barbour Gym of an afternoon during r
1orcents for the. Friy, Miss mittee of the League. Miss Sc'oggie, the inter-house games. Everythingi TO Meet Tomorrow
Barbour House' for dinner and she who is a Panhellenic representative, from "date" dresses to wildly printed!
Barbour s Hkoushe frsine r anderwss is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi shorts. Tri-Delt was battling it out
Miss Petersen, who is a member of with Zone 7. Meggles Meloche, was hThe Ann Arbor Independents will
Residents of Adelia Cheever House, the staff of the Daily, was General it on th side-line khold their first meeting at 4:30 p.m
'Alumnae House and all Leaguehouseshimn Fr n Pr Sh tomorrow in th stess Room of
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the story-telling committee will be
under the direction of Eleanor Mc-
Coy, '39. The publicity committee is
under the direction of Ruth Frank,
'38. Ruth Bertsch. '38, and Emma
Hirsch, '39, are co-chairmen of the
costume committee. Ruth Sevensma,
'38, is in charge of the box office.
Mildred Haas, '38, and Alberta Wood,
'40, will be in charge of subscrip-,
tion tickets and Dorothy Novy, '38,1
will be in charge of ushers.
The play "Mr. Toad" has been espe-
cially adapted for the Children's The-
atre by Ellen Rothblatt.
Barn Dance And Hayride
To Be Held By Foresters
is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Miss MacDonald, affiliated with Del-
ta Delta Delta, is a member of
Stanley Chorus and the social com-
mittee of the League.
SENIOR SOCIETY TO MEET
Senior Society will hold a
meeting at 7:15 p.m. today in the
Council Room of the League. The
meeting is important and atten-
dance compulsory, according to
Angelene Maliszewski, '34, presi-
with Lois Longan.Connie Bryant, 1-V"---
Betty Andrus, Margaret Robinson the League, according to Jean Mc-
Paulin Kalb, Jane Lyon, Ginny Rich- Conkey, '38, president.
ardson and Alice Frayer were thrash- Election of officers for the year
ing around on the court. Ruth Smith will take place and plans for As-
was the height of something-or-other sembly Week and Banquet will be
in a dark blue beer jacket with the I discussed. The assembly represen-
sleeves rolled up. Natives will give a report of the
meeting. The group will also plan
Lots Of Meetings their activities for the year.
All Independent women living in
Scheduled for the very near future Ann Arbor are eligible to be mem-
are meetings of Wyvern, Ann Arbor bers of this organization.
Independents, and the central com-
mittee of Sophomore Cabaret, which
is under the direction of peppy Jean
Theta Chi fraternity announces the
pledging of Charles Smith, '40.
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present a "Paul Bunyan Dance" to-
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a barn dance hall has been engaged
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Forestry and Conservation. The sale
will be limited to 40 couples.
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