FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 198
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'Knave And Maids', To Open
To Give First
Season's Third Production
To Include 30 Children,
Five University Students
Sarah Pierce Directs
"Knave And Maids," Childrens
Theatre operetta, will open at 3:30
p.m. today in the Lydia MendelssonnI
Theatre under the direction of Sarah
This is the first time in the his-
tory of the Childrens Theatde that a
musical has been presented. The
script for the play was written by
Eleanor McCoy, '39. Other produc-
tions of this season have been "Mr.
Toad" and "The Secret Garden."
The cast will include more than 30
children who will appear in various
singing and dancing choruses as well
as character roles. University stu-
dents will play the leading roles. They
are Marjorie Coe, '38; Eleanor McCoy,
'39; Robert Wurster; Ruth Menefee,
'39; Ronald Butler, '39, and James
Name Production Staff
The production staff includes Fred-
eric James, '38A; Oren Parker, Grad.;
Emma Hirsch, '39; John Van der
Muelen, '38A; Elizabeth Spooner, '38;
Douglas Morgan, '41; Roberta Chis-
sus, '39 and Alberta Wood, '40.
Marie Sawyer, '38 and Miss Coe
have been in charge of the dances
for the choruses.
The properties committee, headed
by Miss Spooner, is composed of Mary
Lou Mills, '41A, Jean Langford, '40,
Mary Margaret Meloche, '40, and
Diana Moulton, '40.
The play has a gay whimsical plot
which is written about familiar Moth-
er Goose characters of the story book
realm. The central characters are
King Cole, his daughter, Little Bo
Peep, Tom Tom the Piper's Son, The
Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe and
The plot is woven around the loss
of Bo Peep's sheep and the state of
upheaval which it causes in the king-
dom, when the Knave, who is her
fond admirer, is accused of a part
in the disappearance of the flock.
The Knave faces execution unless
he can return the sheep by dawn and
is about to go to his death when he
asks as his last request to be allowed
to be allowed to play Tom's pipe. At
the first musical note, the sheep come
immediately and all is set right.
Other performances will be given at
1:30 and 3:30 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets
may be purchased at the box office
from 10 to 6 p.m.
To Lad and At ha Ball Ticket Sale War In China Brings Terror Union To Be Host Zippers, Zippers,
Will Be Opened To Famil Of Chinese SAdent tFraternity Night Zippers; Heavenly
The first in the Union's new series Gift To Women
' Tde e1 i t Ilof Fraternity Nights to be featured
ft oInuepenuents By JEANNE FOSTER dates. Miss Wu lamented the fact at the regular Friday membership ,
The Sino-Japanese war is taking that China had lost her national dances at the Union will start at 10cr.e ierisA hereaddsay. Of
on added terror for Miss Su-Hsuen dance when she took over western p.m. today.
Annualerniy ancewa ucustoms. Many movies are Chinese Phi Gamma Delta will be the first ing, bright note to any dress, whether
neesWugraduate boty s t r but some are imported from England fraternity to be honored. Bob Stein- it be for afternoon, evening, or sports-
Ile Will Be Sold Shantung province in China, since and America. le and his orchestra will play two wear.
Beginning Fomorrow the Japanese have surrounded Tsing- For the most part women were the Phi Gamma Delta songs which the A zipper makes getting into a dress
1h all:;}mp(^>*ale0W?:;;ck.ts ow, her native village. native Chinese dress, Miss Wu said, members of the fraternity will sing, a simple, pleasant procedure instead
Her most recent information di- but durg the hot summer days the Following that the band will play
the annual fnterfraternety Ball, to i younger girls like to wear the wes- Michigan songs and the dancers will of a nerve-racking, button-struggling
be* held from 9 p.m. to 1 a~m. Friday, rect frm China is a letter writtentern short skirts. "We have no for- take part in the singing. misery. One used to go through tor-
Jan. 14, in the League and Union five weeks ago, but from the news- mals such as yours," said Miss Wu, ture, stretching and twisting and
Ballrooms, will open tomorrow, it was papers she has learned that the Ja- "Instead the quality of the material pulling, while donning a gown dri -
announced by Bud Lundahl, '38, co- panese have control of the railroad and the minuteness and amount of Kappa Nu Elects Officers; ping with buttons. Now that all the
E"chairman of the dance. running through her town. Her embrodiery determine the occasion Lubin Named President newest and smartest clothes are zip-
.VIThe tickets will be sold from 3 to mother is too old to travel and prob upon which it is worn." per-trimmed, things are different.
.p.m. every day iy the Interfraternity ably is still in the city. One brother, Describes Chinese Cities Kappa Nu elected the coming year's Zippers of all colors, of many ma-
Council room of the Union. Lundahl living in Nanking, has not been heard ofcr
C naiT are pric ath 3 ionun , nfrom since Nanking was bombed. Miss Wu said that the larger cities officers yesterday. terials, running in all directions, are
MCA said. They are priced at $3 a couple. ms Naof China differ very little from those Seymour Lubin, '39, was chosen being used on dresses, skirts, jackets.
Up to this time the sale has been Majored In Botany in the United States. She said that president, Julius Schutzer, '39E, vice- Little zippers, big zippers, gold zip-
reserved to fraternity men. ( Miss Wu majored in botany at the newer buildings are made of the president, Philip Ostrow, '40, treas- pers, silver zippers, all kinds of zip-
Name Ticket Committee National Central University, which same materials and from the same urer, Nathan Siegel, '40E, corres- pers are now running up sleeves,
Phillips Whittemore, '39E, and has been moved from Nanking re- plans as ours are, and that the west ponding secretary, Harold Cast, '39, down backs, around pockets, all over
BRICRobert Canning, '39, are in charge of cently. After her graduation she mixes with the orient in the decora- recording secretary. i one's new dress.
UMMINS the ticket sale. Other committee taught botany there and carried on tions of some of the most elaborate -- - _ _
members are Roy Frazier, '38, co- research work in cytology. She has picture houses. Unfortunately, the
chairman; Roland Athay, '38; Ar- come here on a Barbour scholarship beautiful temples and public build-N
thur Colman, '39; D. Phillip Clark, to do research in the structure of ings have been completely demolished II I B -i I1111___
'38; Julian Kilman, '39; John Finek, chromosomes. When she goes back in the war-torn areas.
U eddin s 39E, and John Thompson, '39. she hopes to work in one of the four
Bernie Cummins and his orchestra research foundations of China.
r and Stepin Fetchit, with Erskine and Tells Of University Life Ta*apvps o
anu.his swing band, will furnish the mu- University life in China does not JI" 3Asn
sic for the affair. Erskine Hawkins differ much from life here, Miss Wu " T,, i Iive e I1215SO. UNIVERSITYr
has been crowned "King of the Trum- stated. The women live in dormitor "1104 S0.UNIVERSITY
1 t 11 bt pet" by Ed Sullivan. Fetchit will bring ies and keep hours the same as we do. 316 w Michigan - Ypsilanti
his "Stars from Hollywood" show di- They, too, have dancing and movie ^ The Upsilon chapter of Tap Kappa ___ ____
Five engagements will be announced rectly from New York, where he has: - 1Epsilon of Ann Arbor will hold a ban-
and the wedding of two University been featured at the Up-Racer Club. quet at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
graduates will take place today. Three Sophisticates To Sing Local Red Cross Chapter
Opal Grace McCredie, '37, daugh-'engagmnsat heOEgeiaer BachstonAollee anotheDetrit "eke
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crom- enghents t recently completed To Give First Aid Course bioC geadtA L L W INTER H AS
well of Flint, and Frederick Skinner Hotel in Chicago and Hotel Bilt- A first aid course for men and Club to celebrate the founding of the
Danziger, '32, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. more in New York, will feature his women students will be sponsored by fraternity.
Carl Danziger of Detroit will be mar brother, Walter, and the Three So- the local chapter of the American Dean Griffen of the School of Bus- O ne-H aIf Prce
lied at 4 p.m. today at a ceremony - Red Cross. iness Administration will speak on
at the bride-elect's home in Flin The other acts will be presented University Hospital doctors will "The Place of the College Man in
Miss McCredie is affiliated with Delta durinhesai ngtbyeStepin Fe give the instruction for the course, Business Today." The toastmaster for
Gamma and Danziger is a member of kndah sa and te. which will consist of 10 two-hour the banquet will be James Russell of Why Not Cash Your Christmas Check
Gta Psnmknown ^t a la t periods of lectures demonltraridnate Detoit 1
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Schiller ofTea Is P anned
Detroit announce the engagement of,
their daughter, Elaine Ruth, '40, to Bf
Dr. Herbert H. Holman, son of Mrs. V i1 1IA
Ethel Holman of Newark, N.J. Miss _ _
Schiller is pledged to Alpha Epsilon
Phi. Mrs. H. B. Earhart To Be
The engagement of Phyllis Dia-. Hostess At rea-MIsicalt
mond, '38, daughter of Mr. Louis I
Diamond of New York City, and Mel- M
vin Swig was announced recently. I Mrs. Harry H. Earhart will en-
Swig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- tertain the Michigan Alumni Club
jamin Swig of Brookline, Mass. Miss at tea at her home, The Meadows,
Diamond is affiliated with Alpha Ep- Jan. 14. The tea is to be combined
silon Phi. with a musicale whose guest musi
cians will be announced at a later
Mr. and Mrs. David. J. Grant of date.
Monroe announce the engagement of It was announced by Mrs. Irene
their daughter, Margaret, '35, to Ed- Johnson, president of the club, that
ward J. McCormick, '38L, son of Mrs. those individuals interested in be-
C. J. McCormick of Monroe. Miss omingmmbers are invited to join
Grant is affiliated with Alpha Phi. at this time.
Betrothal Made Known Mrs. Johnson also said that ten-
The engagement of Barbara Ruth tative plans are being made for a
Love, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- book sale next spring. All sororities,
jamin C. Love of Detroit and Jerome League houses, dormitories, and
L. Frank, son of Samuel Frank of De- boarding houses who have any books
troit was announced recently. Frank which they would like to submit to
is a graduate of the University. the sale are asked to call Mrs. Sher-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Shierson wood Winslow at 2-3368. She would
A u V G lu u5, 4 .V1ul E1l~
and practice one night per week. An The banquet is to be given in honor
American Red Cross first aid certifi- of the five original founders, Joseph
cate will be given to all students who L. Settles, James C. McNutt, Clarence
complete the work satisfactorily. A. Mayer, all of whom are living and
All students who are interested in C. Ray Atkinson and Owen I. Truitt
enrolling for this course are asked deceased.
to notify the physical education of- About 95 guests will attend among
fice in Barbour Gymnasium and whom will be two grand officers Har-
state their preference for the eve- old P. Flint of Lombard, Ill. and
ning the course will be taught. Charles Walgreen, Jr., of Chicago.
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Take advantage of this Great Bargain Festival
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of Detroit announce the engagement
Mosher-Jordan Halls Plan of their daughter, Elizabeth, '38, to
A. H. Aymond, Jr., '39L. Miss Shier-
Annual Supper-Dances son is affiliated with Alpha Phi and
Aymond is a member of Phi Delta
The post-holiday let-down is no- Phi.
have the books called for as soon as
possible so that they can be cata-
logued before the sale. The present
idea is to have the book sale out-of-
doors around the League in typical
Paris book-stall fashion.
ticeabie this week-end for which only'
three parties ar scheduled for to-
Mosher and Jordan Halls are giv-
ing their annual supper-dances to-
night. Mrs. Laurence Morley and
Miss Nan Diebel will chaperone the
dance according to Miss Margaret
Schuptrine, '38, social chairman. The
music will be provided by Bill Mc-
Kay's orchestra, and a buffet supper l
will be served from 11:30 to 12:30
A buffet upper will be served at
Mosher Hal at the same time. Miss
Margaret Myers, '38, and Miss Jose-
phine Van Wormer, '39, will preside
at the buffet tables, according to
Miss Betty Becherer, '38, social chair-
man. Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Jean-
nette Perry, Mrs. Beryl Bacher, Mrs.
Frederick. G. Ray and Miss Jean
Keller will chaperon, the Moe-Carter
orchestra will play. Both the Mosher
and Jordan dances will be formals,
since the annual supper-dance is the
biggest social affair of the year.
Russ Rollins' orchestra will pro-'
vide the music for Phi Sigma Kappa's
pledge formal. Mr. and Mrs. George
MacDonald and Prof. and Mrs. Louis
C. Karpinski will attend as chaper-
ons, Harold Adler, '39, social chair-
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