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SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1937

THE MICHIG AN DAILY

PIGEF Fly

Sarah Pierce W ill Announce

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Engineers' Ba .
Is Attended By
More Than 700

Various Dances onignht To Give

Pi-c.,slident; To ate

Theme Of J.G.P

. At Meeting

Relief From A
Though 1ast night's dances.ol-er-
hliadowed by Engineers' Ball. were few
in number. there will be several more

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Roberta Chissus To Speak;
To Introduce Chairmen
T oWouien Thursday
All.1uiiors Need
Health Rechecked
The annual Junior Girls Play mass
meeting, at which the script and
plans for the 1938 play will be an-
nounced, will be held at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in the League ballroom,!
Roberta Chissus, general chairman,
announced.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Dr. Mar-
garet Bell will address the group,
speaking on eligibility and health.
Sarah Pierce, grad., will announce
the theme of this year's production.
The members of the central com-
mittee will be introduced by Miss
Chissus, who will also give a short
talk.
Charlotte Poock To Speak
- Charlotte Poock, chairman of the
dance committee, wlil speak on try-
outs and chorus practice for this part
of the production. Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the League
and Hope Hartwig, '38, president
of the League, will also speak.
The members of the various com-
mittees will be announced, but these
lists. will be subject to addition later.
Petitioning for the various commit-,
tees will be held immediately after1
the meeting. The committees are
dance; music, finance. ushers, cos-
tumes, tickets, makeup, programs,
properties and publicity.
All Juniors Urged To Attend

Director Of J.G.P.

Array Of Colorful Gowns tonight.
Miss Pierce Is Director Seen At Year's Second Acacia ishelding a hard-times
radio party. Chaperons will be Mr.t
O Aninal Class Project Formiial At Union Dance and Mrs. Russell Price and Mr. and,
-Mrs. Marland Small.
Fo Lad Other At tis Variety in shades and styles of Harvey Judson's orchestra will pro-
vide the music for Alpha Delta Pi's,
gwns spledge formal. Prof. and Mrs. Carla
Sp eh Assistant Is annual Engineers' Ball. held from Hubbs and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Upson
Proiiinent In Plays 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the will act as chaperons.
J- j main ballroom of the Union. More j Sorosis To Give Pledge Formal
The music for Collegiate Sorosis'
Sarah Pierce, Grad., an assistant than 350 couples attended the func- pledge formal will be furnished by
in the speech department, is to direct tion. Jimmy Fisher's orchestra. Mr. and
the 1938 Junior Girls Play, it was an= Cathrine Lewis, of Muskegon, guest Mrs. Arthur Reeves and Mr. and Mrs.
rcunced by Roberta Chissus, general of Carlton Nelson, '38E, general chair- Pearson Beebe will chaperon.
charman of the production. man of the dance, was seen dancing Gamma Phi Beta will hold itse
- -ot po-in a- fitted black velvet gown with pledge formal tonight at which Russ

Week Of Exams ",' "upa lola
- - Sigma Alpha Iota, national music
Starr, '39, who are in chaige. John sorority, will entertain its national
McDonald and his Campus Com- president. Miss Gertrude Evans, next
manders will play. Mrs. Frederick week when she will come here to rate
G. Ray and Miss Jean Keller will act the Ann Arbor chapter, which was the
as chaperons. first one founded.
The pledges of Phi Kappa Sigma Pledging of four new members will
are giving an informal radio dance take place at the home of Mrs. Samuel
at which the chaperons are to be Mr. Dana, at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Those to
Ray Hutzel and Mr. Wilmot F. Pratt. be pledged are: Twila Traber, '39SM,
Phi Sigma Delta is giving a radio. Betty Baxter, '395M, Ella May Bur-
rushing dance from 2 to 5 p.m. today. ton, '39, and Jean Ebersole, '40SM.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Creal will chap- Monday at 8 p.m. Miss Evans will
eron. according to Robert Paver, '39, attend a formal musical. Tuesday,
who is in charge. luncheon will be held at the League
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath and in honor of Miss Evans. Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisher, both of and Tuesday afternoons Miss Evans
Ann Arbor, will chaperon Pi Beta will hold separate conferences with
Phi's pledge formal, at which Bill each member of the sorority at the
Sawyer will play. League.

i{Miss Picrce is now director 'or alli
League dramatic projects. In this po-
sition she directs all Children's The-
ater productions. "Mr. Toad," which
cpened yesterday, is also under the
direction of Miss Pierce.
For the past two years she has di-
rected the annual Freshman Pageant.
Last year she directed "Feather In1
SARAH PIERCE His Cap," the 1937 Junior Girls'
Play. This year Miss Pierce will as-
sist with the Sophomore Cabaret in
h_ : ,connection with her position as dra-
ockey e arn matic director for undergraduates.1
While an undergraduate, Miss?1
To a today Pierce was active in Play Production.
-- She is especially known for her roles
as the poet in "The Kingdom of;
Group From Battle Creek God" and the title part in "Eliza-
,Tbeth The Queen." She was a promi-
'io Be E tertained At Tea nent member of the 1934 Junior Girls
Play. She has been a member of the'
The University women's hockey Michigan Repertory Players during
team will meet the hockey team from the summer session and appeared asj
Battle Creek today at 1:30 p.m. at the lead in Zoe Akin's "The Old"
Maid." Miss Pierce was also a mem-
Palmer Field. ber of the cast of "Excursion" which
The members of Michigan's team Whitford Kane directed here re-
will be: Mary Richardson, '40, cap- cently.

a full skirt.v
Betty Gatward, '38, who attended
with Jack Kasley, '38E, chairman of
the music committee, selected a for-
mal of changeable blue taffeta. Kath-
leen Mead. '41SM. as the guest of
Richard Wangelin, '38E, finance
chairman, appeared in a black crepe
formal cut on the new sheath-like
lines.
Evelyn Shrock Attends
The guest of Sidney Steinborn,
'38E, publicity chairman, was Evelyn
Shrock, Grad., who wore a raspberry

Rollins will play. The chaperons are
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Sheperd, and Mrs. Martha1
Wentworth.
Helen Newberry Residence's annual
informal fall dance is scheduled for
today. Chaperons will be Miss Ruth
Danielson and Miss Ellen Mann, and
Larry Morse's orchestra will provide
the music.
At the Jordan Hall dance Prof. and
Mrs. Albert Marckwardt, Mrs. Wil-
liam L. Morley, and Miss Nan Diebel
will chaperon.
t Baker Twuins Will Plav r

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taffeta gown. The Baker Twins' orchestra of De-
Jane Anderson, '40, who was with trait will provide the music for the
Matthew Sielski, '38E, head of the Law Club's formal dance, to be held
ticket committee, was'seen in a black in the dining room. Chaperons are
taffeta formal. Dr. and Mrs. M. R. McGarvey and
Escorted by Frederick Osburg, ',38E, Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Zahn.
decoration chairman, Helen Jean, '41, Eighty couples will attend Mosher
appeared in a black crepe formal with Hall's informal dance according to
a gathered yoke. Mary Ellen Wilson, Betty Becherer, '38, and Mary Ann
Grad., who attended with Alfred1_. ......-.. - _ ®® -
Waldchen, '38E, head of programs and A iiE'
patrons, chose for the occasion a A1111 thO AttendI
green slipper satin gown. r ix-

Its name is 'First Prize"-

All Junior women are urged to at- tain; Virginia Storts, '41; Dorothyl--
tend this meeting. This is the first Cranmore, '40; Jane Grove, '40; Lola [
opportunity for junior transfers to Borgemeister, '41; Evelyn Brown, '41;1W Ai A
work on a class project but they Helen Wolf '40; Dorothy Cowan, '39.
must dbtain permission before they eD
can work. The regular class fee of Dorothea Ortmayer, '41; and Jean rote
$1 for class projects will be collected Millard, '41.(
later. After the game the University'sI
It is, necessary for every junior team will entertain the players from (' ming11 1 T
woman to have the health recheck Battle Creek at a tea to be held in
at the Health Service before she the lounge of the Women's Athletic End Of Pr
may participate in Junior Girls Play. Building. Miss Laurie Campbell and-
Miss Marie Hartwig, instructors of The tournam
physical education for women, will meetings are in
AI)ELIA CHEEVER RECEPTION Ipour. the Women's
Adelia Cheever House is holding a j The hockey club, which meets every during the nextt
formal faculty reception from 8 to Tuesday and Thursday, has two the outdoor sea
10:30 p.m. today. Dean Alice Lloyd teams, the Bullies and the Silly Su- '38, W.A.A. pres'
heads the receiving line composed of sies. The two teams play each other During the n
Miss Jeanette Perry, Mrs. Harry in order to provide practice for the of the volleybal
Bacher, Mrs. Edward H. Krause, Mrs. regular games. The next regular played. This is
John Bradshow, Mrs. Edward M. game will be November 16 or 18 when sororities, leagu
Bragg, Mrs. Joseph M. Parsons, di- they will meet the.hockey team from tories. Ruth Har
rector of Adelia Cheever, Miss Char- Ypsilanti. On November 23, there torie R s Hi
on, and Jane Campbell, '39, house will be a club game follo~ved by a final archery si
president. weenie roast.
-- .-- --~ ----.--Crop and Sad(
ing club, willc
weekly rides d
weeks. There w
in golf. The da
tinue work on it
A hockey game
club game are p

.To Open
r Season
wo Weeks Sees
esent Activities
cent finals and last
store for members of
Athletic Association
two weeks, the last of
ason, Mary Johnson,.
ident, explained.
next week the finals
l tournament will be
a tourney between,
e houses, and dormi-
r m n 'Q in r m r lt

Betty French Wears Black ""llu -'-4)'"u,- _U - - ll i
Betty French, '39, who attended
with Jack Young, '38E, committee Two parties for alumni and alum-
member, wore a black gaberdine silk i nae of the University attending the
formal. Carl Gerstacker, '38E, had as; Pennsylvania ;game at Philadelphia
his guest, Marjory Coe, '38, who was will be held Friday and Saturday
seen in tourquoise moire gown. Fran- nights at the Benjamin Franklin
ces Orr, '40, who attended with Ed- Hotel in that city.
ward Lebeis, '39E, a committee mem- Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost.
ber, selected for the ball blue change- Coach Harry G. Kipke, Emory J.
able taffeta. Hyde, president of the Alumni Asso-I
ciation, Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, execu-
Ruth Dillman, '40, who attended tive secretary of the Alumnae Asso-
with Cruizan Alexander, '39E, com- ciation and T. Hawley Tapping, gen-
mittee member, wore a peach bro- eral secretary of the Alumni Associa-
cade formal, while Edith Johnston, tion will attend from Ann Arbor.
'40, the guest of Charles Roach, '38E' A smoker for men at which Coach
committee member, selected for the Kipke will show motion pictures will
occasion a pink princess gown, be held Friday night and at the same
I time the alumnae will meet under
. the chairmanship of Marie Winsor
1 Phi Lambda Theta Holds Stebbins of Marshall, Mich., president
Initiation Of 14 'Wome of the Alumnae Association.

and it goes
a flare for

a date for the next foot-
ball tea dance. Crepe Mar-
gale-with row upon row of
tucks for a yoke and gold
kid bows for a climnaz. Froin
our football week-end ward-
robe of Cartwrights, de-
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originality and

rtman, 3y, intr-amur al
charge of it. Also a
hoot will be held.
idle, the women's rid-
continue to have its
uring the next two
ill be no more activity
ancing club will con-
ts Christmas pageant.,
with Ypsilanti and a
lanned. .

Phi Lambda Theta, national hon- ROGER WILLIAMS GUILD
orary fraternity for women, initiated The Roger Williams Guild of the,
14 seniors and graduates yesterday in Baptist church will hold a splash
the chapel of the League. :party at 7:30 p.m. today in the In-
Those initiated were Mary E. Al- tramural Building, according to Ar-
bright, '38, Mary Helen Bowman, '38, thur Kratzman, '39, social chairman.
Marjorie Curdy, '38, Ruth Carr, '38,
Grace Snyder, '38, Sally Kenny, '38
Mary Redden, '38, Fannie Balch,
Grad., Ruth Cunningham, Grad.
Frances Carney, Grad., Hazel Her-}
ringshow, Grad., Elizabeth Noyes,
Grad., Frances Quigley, Grad., and
Verna Sparling, Grad.
The formal initiation was followed ! /'4 A 1>_ I'" A4

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MOSHER HALL COUNCIL '
The Mosher Hall house council has'
appointed Betty Becherer, '38, dance

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chairman and Florence Keaven, '38, by a dinner at which Mr. Katharine
co-chairman of teas and open houses B. Greene of the faculty of Ohio State
to work with Myrra Short, '39. University, was the speaker.

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