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November 28, 1941 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1941-11-28

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Children's Play
To Open Today
Theatre Arts To Give Dramatic
Version Of Collodi's Pinocchio
With the richly humorous and col-
orful material of Collodi's' Italian
folk-tale ai< his field, and a Theatre
Arts production .as his medium,
Adams T. Rice has written a drama-
tic adaptation of "Pinocchio" which
4 will rpen at 3:45 p.m. today in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
This is the second of the 1941-42 1
series of Children's Theatre presen-
tations directed by Mary Ellen Whee-
ler, and it will be given, as is cus-
tomary, three times; the. opening
performance today and the last two
tomorrow, at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Playing the principal role, that of
the young wooden man who was
followed by a series of misfortunes
ranging from having his body con-
structed of wood to seeing his nose
grow far out in front of his face
when he told a lie, is John Hatha-
way. He is supported by a cast of
Ann Arbor igrade school children
and' Univrsity students.
Others in the cast inchide Ted
Balgooyen, Grad., as Geppetto; Ade-
line Gittlen,, '42, as the Blue Fairy;
Joe Lynn, '42, in the part of the
Fire-Eater; Buzz Stuch, '43, as the
Fox, Helene Herzfeld, '42, as the Cat,
Irene Ferguson, '42, as the Cricket,
and Lucy Chase Wright, '44, as
Because the project is considered
to be a community project and an
experimental theatre for those par-
ticipating, 'the presentations are of-
fered at a small admission price.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Virginia Appleton, '42, is general
chairman of the Theatre Arts Com-
mittee, and assisting her are Veitch
Furdom, '42, and Marjorie Storkan,-
Others on the various committees
are Faye Golder, '42, and Kay Jones,
43, costumes; Sally Walsh, '43, book-
holder, and Charlotte Nobel, '43, pub-

Carol Pitcher,
Jack Emmett
Wilt Lead Ball
Guests Of Committee Heads
Are Listed For Sorority Affair;
Erwin And Orchestra To Play
"First Greek of the campus" today
is Carol Pitcher, '43Ed, who, as chair-
man of Panhellenic Ball, will lead
the dancing with Jack Emmett, '44,
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Committee 'members of - "Panhel-
lenic Parthenon" are Marcia Elkins,
'43, who will attend with Bud Mur-
ton, of Dennison; Jane Graham,
'43, who will be there with Jack
LO'Dell. Morrow Weber, '44, will be
there with Jim Davidson, '43M, Elaine
Richert, '43, with Grant Whipple,
'42Ed; /Marjorie Storkan, '43, plans
to attend with Raye Metzger, '43.
Guests Are Listed
Other committee women are Betty
Heidbreder, '44, who will enjoy her
several weeks' work at the dance with
Wayne Wright, '43, Carol Graeff,
'44, who will attend with Douglas
Burton, '42E, and Jean Jeffrey, '43,
who will be accompanied by Neal
The days of ancient Greece will be
given a chance to come back to life
in the classic atmosphere which the
ballroom decorations attempt to carry
out. Around t the room will be 19
white columns for each of the 19
sororities on campus. The color
scheme will be effected in silver,
royal blue and white, with colored
lights accenting Grecian statues.
Erwin's Band To Play
Playing =for the dance will be "Pee
Wee" Erwin and his band, bringing
the rhythm of a hot trumpet to the
"Panhellenic Pafthenon." Erwin has
previously played with Benny Good-
man, Tommy Dorsey and Raymond
Scott. The band is now playing at
the Aragon Ballroom in Cleveland,
and broadcasting weekly over a na-
'tional network.
Erwin will include in his evening's
program two feature dances especial-
ly for this ball. At one the pledges
and their dates will dance, with the
actives sitting out.
%There, will, also be a Sweetheart
Dance, as at last year's Panhellenic
Ball. All those women Who are en-
gaged, or who have fraternity pins
will dance this one, with the butter-
flies and fly-by-nights sitting out.
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
initiation of Shirlee Bower, '44, Dor-
othy Lewis, '44, Phyllis Miller, 'J4,
and Helen Moskowitz,I'44.

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'W~edding s
Josephine Alexander, '41A, datggh-
ter of Mrs. Edith Alexander became.
the bride of John L. McMaster,.'42Ed.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Johrl H. Mc-
Master of Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday.
Mr. McMaster attended Dartmouth
College before studying here and is a
member of Phi Kappa Sigma frater-
nity and the M Club, and a former
member of the Michigan varsity track
team. Mrs. McMaster is a member
of Chi Omega.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Forsythe of
Ann Arbor announce the engagement
of their daughter, Margaret, to Wil-
liam McClelland Brownlee, '42M, son
of Mr. andi Mrs. Joseph Brownlee of
Washington, Pa.
Miss Forsythe who is recording sec-
retary of the School of Dentistry, re-
ceived her bachelor's degree from the
University, is a member of Delta Delta
Delta sorority, Kappa Phi, and also
of Alpha Lambda, Delta, Phi Kappa
Phi, and Phi Beta Kappa honorary
Mr. Brownlee, received his bache-
lor's degree from Washington and
Jefferson College and belongs to Phi
Pi Phi fraternity and Phi Sigma, na-
tional biological honor society.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Nigrand Terry of
Saranac, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Myrtle, to Evart O.
Bowerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Bowerman, of Bosebush. Mrs. Bow-
erman is a graduate of Central State
Teachers' College and received her
master of arts degree from the Uni-
The engagement of Mary Stander-
line, '43SM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert A. Standerline of Chicago to
Glen Morse, '41L, son of Mr. Ralph
B. Morse of Grand Rapids, was an-
nounced Wednesday at the Pi Beta
Phi house.
Miss Standerline has been active in
Choral Union, Rifle Club, Home Nurs-
ing and the Women's Glee Club. She
is affiliated with Pi Beta Phi.

Red Cross Receipts
Have Now Reached
Grand Total Of $846
The Red Cross drive has reached
the total of $846, Elizabeth Luckham,
'42, chairman,- announced. Stock-
well Hall leads the dormitory race
with $139.50 and Phi Beta Phi the
sorority competition with $37. Among
the League houses, Zone 7 tops the
rest with $34.50. Alpha Chi Omega
sorority is close rufrner-up with $29.
There will be a meeting of sorority
representatives at 4 p.m. today in
the League, Rosalie Smith, '42, chair-
man of sorority representatives, an-
nounced. Each representative is to
bring in the money she has collected
at that time.
Also, it has been announced that
all Red Cross Contributions must be
in Miss McCormick's office in the
League by Saturday noon.

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