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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1940

TH E MICHTGAN DAILY

Cast Of Hi-Falutin!' Announced ByJGP General Con

mittee

Girls' School
To Be Settingr
Of Class Pla
Annabel VanWinkle Given,
Feminine Leady; Hero
To Be Betty Keppler
(Continued from Page 1)
Ann will be enacted by Margaret
Schiller, who has participated in Play
Production and in Zeta Phi Eta,
speech sorority.
Kathy's room-mate, by contrast,
has been around. She is Eve, a glam-
orous seeker-after-men, whose role
will be taken by Marion L. Conde.
She served on the publicity commit-
tee of the Frosh Project, is on the
Theatre Arts Committee and is a
member of Play Production.
Another of the Temple Grove girls
is Milly, the campus politician. She
can be best described as the girl who
wears four-threadastockings.hThe
role belongs to Jean McLaughlin, a
transfer student.
Chief of the college boys in the
drama is Eddie of Dartmouth, the
rah-rah type that has since 1910 de-
generated into saddle shoes and crew
haircuts. He will be portrayed by
Beverly Bracken, who has partici-
pated in Soph Cabaret.
Temple Grove is a .small town
where the students come into close
contact with the townspeople. One
of the hamlet's characters is Pool-
Room Pete, who runs the saloon and
talks out of .the corner of his mouth.!
The part will be taken by Elaine Al-
pert, chairman of the music commit-
tee and a member of Play Production
and the Theatre Arts Committee.
Another townsperson who enters
the scene is Mrs. Hollingsworth, a
matron with a sharp tongue and hus-
band trouble. Selected for 'the role
is Joan Baker, a transfer student who
has participated in Play Production.
Other roles are: First Girl, Mary E.
MacCready; Second Girl, Ethel Win-
nai; First Lady, Elizabeth Moe; Girl,
Sally Coburn; Bill, Marge Strand;
First. Man, Mary Rogers; Second
Man, Joan Hamilton; Third Man,
June De Cordova; and Fourth Man,
Helen Ryde.
Dancing and singing parts will be

SeventhAnnuat Caduceus Ball To Be TonightAt Union

Chairman And Guest To Attend Ball

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Iedical Dance
Committ -- enen
Name Guests
Balroom To Be Adorned
With Large Caricatures
DepictingStudent Life
Heading the list of guests who will
attend the seventh annual Caduceus
Ball, which will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the Union ball-
rcom. is Ruth Wood, of Kalamazoo
who -will attend the dance with Jack
Hcdgson, '40M, general chairman.
Griff Williams and his orchestra
will furnish the music for the dance.
Poster caricatures of a medical stu-
dent's life, and drawings of members
of the faculty of the Medical School
will adorn the walls of the ballroom
and the small hall leading to it.
Members of the central committee
who will attend the dance with their
wAves are Arby Bailey, '40M, chair-
man of the ticket committee, and
Hoi ace Allen, '40M, patrons chair-
n an.
Jean Johnson. '42, will be the guest
o' Paul LeGolvan, '40M, decorations
chairman, while Margaret Bentley;
'41M, will attend the dance with Rob-
ert Christensen, '41M, publicity
chairmap. Phillip Turner, '40M,
chairman of the music committee,
will have as his guest Patricia Reik,
o! Detroit.
Members of the ticket committee,
Loren Wanless, '40M, and Mason
lyaynard, AIM, wviii attend Caduceus
S4ll with Henrietta Kleiber, of
Grand Rapids, and Dorothy Lang, of
Lansing, respectively.
Jane Connell, '42, will attend the
dance with Donald Eppler, '41M,
while Trenetta Fox, '40, will be the
guest of John McNicholas, '41M. Ger-
trude Veneklasen, of Detroit, will be
the guest of Howard Lawrence, '41M,
and Betty Ulrich, of Buffalo will at-
tend the dance with Craig Browne,
'41M. Eppler, McNicholas, Lawrence,
and Browne are all members of the
decorations committee.
afternoon at the League, or they
may be obtained Friday evening be-
fore the dance in the Undergraduate
oyice of the League, Roberta Leete,
'40, announced. The price of each
corsage will be 10 cents.

League, Union
Jointly Sporsor
'Hatchet Ball'
In commemoration of the man who
made the legend of a cherry tree and
a hatchet famous as a by-word for
honesty, the League and the Union
are cooperating for the first time in
their histories in sponsoring a dance,
"Hatchet Ball", to be held at 9:30 p.m.
today in the Walnut Room of the
League.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra are
coming from the Union Ballroom
and bringing several novelty numbers
with him based on the Washington
traditions and in keeping with the
spirit of the occasion. Replacing
Sawyer at the Union that night will be
Griff Williams who is playing for
Caduceus Ball.
Ann Dahl, songstress, and Big John,
specialty vocalist, are two of the feat-
ured members of the orchestra who
will present the novelty numbers
during the evening.
"HRatchet Ball"will also see the
first campus preview of some of the
more popular song hits from "Four
Out of Five." Casey Carter, '40, who
plays the lead, Lee Grant, in the
Union Opera will sing three num-
bers. T
Le.ture Sponsored
By Newman Club
The first in a series of four lec-
tures to be given on Marriage Rela-
tions will be held at 8 p.m. tonight
in St. Mary's Student Chapel audi-
torium. The lectures will be given
by the Rev. Emmet P. O'Connell, S.J.'
of the University of Detroit, and are
being sponsored by the Educational
Committee of the Newman Club, un-
der the chairmanship of James Keen-
an, '41.
The lecture this evening will be on
"Christian Chastity and the New
Morality."

Senior Supper
Committeemen
Are Announced
Dorothy Shipman Heads
Traditional Class Dinner
To Be Held In League
Dorothy Shipman, '40, president of
the League, will be general chair-
man for the 1940 Senior Supper to
be held Wednesday, March 13, in the
League.
Other members of the central
committee are Florence Brotlherton,
decorations; Norma Vint, patrons;
Miriam Szold, and Ruth Chatard,
caps and gowns; Ann Hawley, pub-
licity; Laya Dainger, tickets; and
Carolyn Rayburn, entertainment.
The first meeting of the group will
be held at 5 p.m. today in the Un-
deirgraduate Office, Miss Shipman
said.
Senior Supper is one of the oldest
traditions of the University among
women, and it is the first oppor-
tunity senior women have to wear
their caps and gowns.
Tradition also has it that those
who have become engaged during
their college career must eat a lem-
on, and those who have been married
must blow out a candle at the supper.
TEA DANCE TO BE HELD
Feb. 22's famous birthday will be
duly observed at Michigan House,
where George and Martha Washing-
ton will be found receiving at a ,tea
dance, to be sponsored by Allen-
Rumsey, Wenley and Michigan Resi-
dence Halls, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
tomorrow.

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announced tomorrow, according to
Miss Grove.

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