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0i 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Last Children's

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heatre Production To Openoday
Spring Initiations Set For Mar. 3 And 4

at Fischer's

Brains, Beauty
Are Required
T Be A Mode
By EMJLY SANDERSON
Up at 8 adm. and in to work by 1
Sounds easy but don't be fooled. Mis
Model must remember a hundred an
one things before the day is throug
She must have the right shoes for a
occasions and four kinds of slip
Then she must remember the pric
and make of whatever she is mode
ing. She must know the material an(
how it came into existence. Sh
must walk just so, turn just so, u
her hands just so, and smile! Smile
Smile!
First she dons a negligee of shee
Paris blue chiffon with a rich neck
line and cuffs of Paris lace. Th
sleeves and skirts are flowing an
graceful. Ostrich feathers are ba(
and the next one is of lush Ashes-o
Roses velvet with a soft circleo
these feathers that creep around th
neck and are so becoming.
Next Miss Model steps out in a
evening dress that sweeps the na
tion! Black velvet at its best witl
quaint puffed sleeves and very prin
cessy, accentuated by a square nec
and full skirt. Over this she wea
a, blood red velvet evening wrap, line
with white bunny and set off bys
halo collar of luxurious ermine.
Miss Model is through at five an
all she has done is walk around na
smile, but follow her to the train an
see her sink into her seat with a sig
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE.
Michigan Theatre Bldg.
PURE SILK
SATIN BLOUSES
$1.95 Value for
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FLANNEL ROBES
All Wool, Reg. $4.95 Value for
2.95
THREE-THREAD
RINGLESS CREPE HOSE
Extra Value

'Ugly Duckling'
To Have Three
Performances'
Sixty Ann Arbor Children
10. Will Play In Operetta;
sd To BeginAt 3:45 P.M.
h. The performance of an operetta
all adaptation of Hans Christian An-
Ps. derson's "The Ugly Duckling" at 3:45;
ce p.m. today in Lydia Mendelssohn
1- Theatre marks the opening of the last
nd Children's Theatre production of the
he year. Two more performances will
se be given at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
e! tomorrow.
Approximately eight songs have
r been written for the operetta with
k music by Marjorie Soenksen, '39,
he and lyrics by Miriam Brous, Grad.
nd Betty Harwood, '40SM, is music di-
ck rector. Jean Burt, Grad., is dance
f- director for several tap routines and
of the swan ballet for which she is also!
he ballerina. Richard McKelvey, Grad.
I will direct assisted by Betty Spooner,
an x'39.
a- 'Barnyard Band' To Appear
th The "Barnyard Band" will be com-
n- posed of five University High School
k band members with David Hildinger
rs of Perry School, who appeared with
d the University band at football games
a this fall, as drum major. Miss Soenk-,
sen and miss Brous will have leading
nd speaking roles as Mrs. Duck and Kit-
ad ten respectively.
nd Other principals will be Karl Klaus-
h. er, '39, as Mr. Parrot; Ruth Menefee,
'39, as Daisy Duck, and Georgianna
Clark and Jim Bib Stevenson, both
of University High School, as the
Ugly Duckling and Swan respective-
ly. The 60 singing and dancing
chorus parts are being taken by Ann
Arbor children in response to a note
on the program of "The Kindly Pi-
rate" inviting them to participate.
Theatre Arts Committee Assists '
Much of the technical end of pro-
duction is in the hands of the The-
atre Arts committee of the League
under Roberta Chissus, '39, chairman,
Harriet Sharkey, '39, is supervising
7properties; costumes are being de-
signed and made under the direc-'
tion of Faith Watkins, '39, and Mi-
riam Szold, '40.
Anne Kleiner, '40, is in, charge of.
lighting with one of the special ef-
fects the production of a snow storm
by revolving a perforated plate in
front of a spot light.

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Perky, Pretty, Petite

Uniform Date
For Sororities'
Announcedl
Panhellenic Passes New
Resolution; -Committee
Cihairlian bI Appointel

Cardigan Displayed
<. X~

A resolution specifying the week-
end of March 3, 4 and 5 as the date
for sorority spring initiations was
passed at the last meeting of the
Panhellenic Association, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Stephanie Par-
fet, '39, president.f
There will be a few ex(eptions tos
the uniformity rule this year since,
some sororities have made plans fo
Miss Parfet said. It is hoped that
the third week-end after the begin- Ahswa, tomre an Fkit
this gay, flowered cardigan. Flat-
ning of the second semester will be- tering puff sleeves add to its at-
come the traditional date for sorority traction.
initiations.
Will Stimulate AlumnaecInterest
The main reason for the adoption H ic a Lctur es
of the plan is that it is expected that rp
alumnae interest will be stimulated. B O(.o1I l '+O11
In coming back for initiation alum-
nae can plan to see not only friends All freshma women whose names
from their own sorority, but from the Am
others too. do not appear on the list published
Other advantages in the plan are in today's Daily Official Bulletin must
that initiation will become and all- register during regular classification
campus affair, thereby stimulating a Feb. 9, 10 and 11 at Waterman Gym-
feeling of unity among pledges of all nasium for the six hygiene lectures
sororities and that conflict with oth- to be given next semester, announced
er campus activities will be reduced Dr. Vida H. Gordon, of the Univer-
since the date can be planned on. sity Health Service.
Beth O'Roke Named Chairman Upperclassmen who were first or
Beth O'Roke, '40. was appointed second semester freshmen in the
chairman of the Rushing Rules con- University and who have not taken
mittee, and she will be assisted by I Hygiene 101 or its equivalent must
Ellen Rea, 40, and Ann Vedder, '39. also .registCerf or the lectures, Dr.
The committee will set up a pro- Gordon said.
gram of '39 rushing, and plans for a The six sections previously an-
Panhellenic Directory; similar to the nounced in the University Bulletin
one published this year, will be made have been reduced to two. One will
at a later date, Miss O'Roke said. ibe given at 4 p.m. Monday starting

Final'Meeting
To Be Tuesday
Dance Groijps Will End
Semester \XIII Party
The beginning and intermediate
dancing classes of the League will
hold a joint meeting from 8 p.m. to
10 p.m. Tuesday in tho League Ball-
mom, Elva Pascoe. Grad., in charge,
announced. Refreshments will be
erved during the evening.
This class will be the last meeting
cf the year, Miss Pascoe said, and a
"mittee of five are helping with ar-
igements. They include Ken
iarble, 41; Bill Landwier. '39E:
L aisy Bihary. '40: etty Shaw, '41;
a ,d Roy Beckert, '40E.
Miss Pascoe was Miss Ethel Mc-
Ccrmick's assistant last summer at
the League and has attended Arthur
Hurray's school of dance. She pro-
nounced the dances at the League a
decided success this semester and
said that they will be resumed next
semester.
Some of the dance steps the in-
termediate classes learned were the
West Chester, the Collegiate Swing,
some Shagging and popular versions
of the revived Waltz. There were 77
enrolled in the intermediate class
and 72 beginners this season.
Feb. 20 and the other at 3 p.m. Fri-
day starting Feb. 24. Those who reg-
ister first will be given first choice.

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Delta Gamma Mothers,
Alumnae Club Will Meet
The Delta Gamma Mothers and
Alumnae Club will meet at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 10 in the League.
Mr. Ellsworth Smith, blind lawyer
from Detroit, will speak on the See-
ing Eye Dog. Mr. Smith will be ac-
companied by his own dog. The gen-
eral public is invited to attend this
meeting of the club.

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Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kolle, of De
troit, announced the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Jacqueline Kolle,
to Edward L. Adams, Jr., son of Prof.
and Mrs. Edward L. Adams of Wash-
tenaw Avenue, at a house warming
during Christmas vacation.
Miss Kolle graduated from Liggett
School and attended Vassar College.
She graduated from the University
and is affiliated with Collegiate So-
rosis. Mr. Adams graduated from
Asheville School in North Carolina
and the University.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Barbara Allington Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Allington,
of Detroit, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Miss Barbara
Allington, to Mr. William Gregory
Butler, son of Lawrence Knight But-
ler and Mrs. Gregory Butler, of De-
troit.
Miss Allington attended Liggett
School, Grosse Pointe High School
and the University. She is a mem-
ber of Collegiate Sorosis and Tau
Beta Association. Mr. Butler grad-
uated from Andover Academy, Yale
College and Harvard Law School.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Mary Skinner Married
Miss Mary Skinner, '39, daughter
of Mr. E. R. Skinner, of Oak Park,
Ill., was married to Mr. Herbert
Gibbs, '39, of Norfolk, Neb., New
Year's Eve.
The former Miss Skinner is af-
filiated with Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority. Mr. Gibbs is connected with
Sigma Chi fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Wilcox
of Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Josephine
Wilcox, '33, to Mr. John Seeley, '37.
of Detroit.
Miss Wilox at i i ended Miss New-
man's School. She is affiliated with
Collegiate Sorosis. Mr. Seeley is
connected with Beta Theta Pi fra-
ternity.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Wedding Is Announced
Mrs. Anderson W. Cheatham, of
St. Louis, Mo., announces the mar-
riage of her daughter, Vivienne Lynn,
'40, to Mr. E. Marvin Coker, son of
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Coker, of Detroit,
Nov. 12, 1933.
The former Miss Cheatham attend-
ed Hillsdale College. Mr. Coker at-
tends the Detroit Institute of Tech-
nology and is connected with the Ex-
periiental Department 'at Ford's.
Dean and Mrs. Kirk O'Ferrall, of
Detroit. announce the engagement of

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