100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 15, 1924 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-03-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THEE MICHIGAN DAILY

+y.rr ,

"

AnOld Alumna Tunes In,
Hears Girls' Glee Club Sing

7

Applications for tickets to the an-
nual ?Military ball, to be given April
27 in Waterman and Barbour gymnas~-
iums, will be given out for the last
time from 2 to 5 o'clock Monday after-
noon in the lobby of the Union.

ii'

r

urthope
707 Narth Iiniveretty'

KE WILL SPEAK
TO A. A.: U. W. TODAY

Woman

Candidate

I
i

.

Pro~f. Joseph H. Drake of the Law
School, will talk on the subject of
'Inprossions of Germany" at the
monthly meetlig of the Americanas
sociation of u~niversity women at 3:301
o',ock, Saturday, at the Kappa Kap-
~pa, Gammta house, 1204 Hill street.
Mrs.W. D. Henderson has been ap-
fpointed as general chairman of the
Rt'th Draper entertainment to be
given April 7 at the Whitney th~eater.
by the Ann Arbor branch of- the associ-
ation.
Definite plans were completed for
the arrangements at a recent com-
rftlttee meeting and these plans will
1}e fully explaineds to the association
ot the businesis meeting which will
pr'ecede Professor Drake's talk.
The following committee chairmen
were appointed: Entertainment of
Mifss Draper, Mrs. Dean W. Meyers;
Adva.nce folder circulation. Mrs. D3
Bronk; Personal solicitation, Mrs.
Hugh Keeler; Publicity in University
classes, Miss Helen Bishop; Adver-
tising, Miss Katharene Montgomery;
Programs, Mrs. John Waite; Sale of,
tickets, Mrs. E. R. Sunderland; Sale
of boxes, Mrs. Fat st; Properties, Mrs.
Evans-Ilolbrook; General publicity
within the association, Mrs. ' Feeler
and her group; Mrs. Ed. M. Adams,
Mrs. Robert Howell, Miss F. Gllet,
Mrs.~ Andrew Paton, and Miss Steele.

[ Station 'VOX, the Detroit Free Yvi can never tell the singer which
Aul FOR evening will be given by the Univer-{ Suddenly a thrill went down my,
MEET Isity Girls' Glee club of the University spine. They had begun the "Yellow
WOME INDOR M ff iof Michigan, Miss Maude Kleyn di- and Blue." Instinctively I stood up;
recting," I had tuned in for 469 met- ° it is une of the many traditions which
Prepratins re nw bing adeers, and that is what I heard issuing- can never die. Then it was over, and
for he ll-amps woen' inoorfrom the loud-speaker horn before me. the voice of an all-too-talkative an-
I trne te dal lihtl. Fr evealnouncer rasperi its way into my con-
meet to be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday, iseconds, the raucous crackling of static -cous. "sgigof od
April 8, in Barbour gymnasium under I interfered. Then right in the dusky 'night." But for many minutes I sat
the auspices of the Women's Athletic I silent room with me came the strains !jin my easy chair and dreamed of those
association., of "'Laudes Atque Cariina," that old' old Michigan days, and blessed the in-
.Nine events will be featured in theI Michigan hymn that I had not heard ventor of the radio. -.

I

College Women'
Over Educated,
Journalist Says
Madison, Wis., Mar. 13.-That col-
lege women are over educated and un-
der trained, and that they have too
little courage and too many ideals,
was the keynote of a talk on "Oppor-
tuinities for Women in Journalism,"
given here Thursday afternoon by
Miss Margaret Brady, assistant editor
of~ the Modern Hospital journal in Chi-
cago.
"I order to get a job you have to
tuck~ your ultra modern ideas away for
the time being," said Miss Brady.
"'The lsness w!orld, is tnot looking
for any 'Main Street' Carols to reform
Jt; Girls who take it upon themselves
treform old establishxne ,ts wil~l meet
*ith the same fate that Carolk did in
tfrying to reform Gopher Prairie.
~4urseg4'~ertaik
At Formal DanceI
~Seniior, and graduate~ nurses of- the
Viversity- hospital -entertained last
nighit. at a formal dance in Barbour
gymnasium. Bliu-Maize shoe did the
decorating, worinig out a St.Pa
rink's day color scheme. Dick Travis
and his orchestra furnished. the music.I
This~ affair is given annually and is
ope of the largest social functions of
th e nurses' year. The chaperones l
were Dr. F. A. Collor and Mrs. Cob-
Ther, Dr. U. J. Wile and Mrs. Wile, Dr.
M~. Ml. Peet and Mrs.. Peet, Miss Alice
L~ake and Mrs. Ratliffe.
"Jimmie the adtaker"r sells anything
quickly.--Mv.

Miss ]Ruth Litt
Miss Ru th Litt, of East Patchogue,
Long Island, N. 'Y., has been chosen
by the Republican women of Nassau
and Suffolk countiesi to; run against
Colonel Roosevelt as a candidate for
delegate to the national G. 0. P. con-
vention at Cleveland next summer.
~ notices
Attention of the women in the Jun-
ior Girls' play is called to the fact
that the regular practices for the week
will be hield as originally sched-
tiled. The hours Nvill be as follows: To-
day at 9, chorus 10; at 10 o'clock, chor-
us 11; at 11 o'clock, chorus 4; at 7 o'-
clock, cast and choruses of first and'
second acts.
All rehearsals will. be. held, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall unless otherwise'
stated.- -

meet including diasnes, soccer dribblie,
buck for height and obstacle relay be-
sides the challenges and a class event
which will be announced at the meet.
Class and individual honors will be
awarded for qualification and first,
second and third place in the meet.
Each sorority, league house and dorm-
itory is reqluested to have their house
represented in the meet.
Special hours have been assigned to
the various classes for track practice
in the gymnasium. These hours are
open for all the University women
who are interested in trying out for
the meet. Special coaching in the
track events will be given at this time.
The practice hours are as follows:
Freshmen, Monday, at 4 o'clock; soph-
omores, Tuesday, at 4:15 o'clock; Jun-
iors and seniors, Thursday, at 4:15
o'clock.
Women may sign up for the meet at
any time in B~arbour gymnasium.
Students ,To'G ive
Shows At Wuerth1
Two student acts besides the regular
program will be presented by the
Wuerth theater for a four day run be-
ginning tomorrow. These will be
given at both. showings tomorrow and
at the night performances Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, one third
of the proceeds being turned over to
the Student Friendship Fund drive.
The picture coming tomorrow at
the Wuerth is "The Hillbilly" starring
Jack Pickford. It is said to be the first
time that this film has been shown
in Michigan. A Larry Semon comedy
~will also be given.
Europe, ori ent, Etc.}
To gest the better resrvations, It will be very - I
necessary, btt you arransge your plans soon..
BOO EARLY~ali gut Rates; 1st,
2nd abinor 3rd ClassI
ALL. STEAMSHIP LINS_ TOURS AND. CRUISESI
A aI depost secures sj ace. et no On r -
E.~G K(JBLER Ann Arbor, Mich.
Loensed sr d Bonded Steamshq, anid Insurance Agent !
W9 WRITE ALL KINDS OF IN8LJRANCC.

for years.
Then there was a group of .sparkl-
ing, impressionable little songs. The
string melodies from the solo violin
were steadily clear, even at this dist-
ance,, and the things they played car-
ried me back to the days when I used4
to play at student concerts on the
campus.
"I'll ne'er forget my college days,"
was followed by "When night falls,
dear," and "I want to go back to Mich-
igan." And oh, how much I dlid want
to! Perhaps if I could have clapped,
they might have sung more college
songs for an encore; but that is the
difficulty with these radio concerts.

Senior women's caps and gowns
which were paid for in cash at
the time of ordering are being
delivered. Others, including the
ones which have been charged
and are to be sent C. 0. D. will
be delivered by calling Mack and
company. It is desirable that
these calls be made as soon as
possible.

F t

'gl W

I

ICHAP AYR ('OW' NS WILL BE
IDELIVERED BY MAC]K & CO.E

Sand for "Historic AmeicLan Buildings"

Mimes of the Michigan Union will present

BS TQ
TRIE0NTCOR. BOYLSTOtN

NEWPORT
220 BELLEVUE AvENUES

I

!'

1k

ESTABLISHED 18f8
MWADSON AVENUE COP. FORTY-FQU1#TH STREET~
NEW YORK
Telephone M~urray Hill K~oo
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
Monday, Tuesday and Wednt sda~y
March 17, 18 and 19
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring

The Sweetest Kiss"

Cheer .Your Room With
The Bright Glow of a

A lus cal Comnedy in Tw'o Acts

LAMP

8 O'clock at the Mimes Theatre
Written for production as a Union Opera by Edwin,
M eiss, '23, 'author of last year's show,"In and Out."'
Your last chance to see this clever M usical Comedy

$44,95

t i .

March payments on life membership:
subscriptions to the University of
Michig an iJea-a6 arc due and payable;
to Charlotte Blagdon, 602 Monroe
Sstreet.
An liportaht tbuiish 5 eeting oil
Athiena will be hold at 9 o'clock this''
m orning in the Alpha N u room . Thiswilt k th ac of he u al T s-".
day meeting. The freshman debate Neill
not take place as planne. -
Weinen A r hy -Agents
Kentuckby is famied for its beautiful
wonle---lso for its "moonshine."
Since prohibition base corm into effect'
the blue grass tats; has developedf
record braking feminine dry agents.:
MFiss llessie \Vinton andl her helpers'
Alice Hen-ry and athilda Scott; have
brought a number of "big cases" into1
court. In this country, back in the j
Kentucky mountains, where firearms
-re the law, these girls go unarmied.
They use smiles for weapons and they
seen to be effective.
°ni i 31rto Elect From _IQuceen
i3,osnzingtoln, Id., Mar. 13.--elect- i
ion of the P'rom queen for Che hop
which :ill be held May 9.at the Uni-
versity of Indiana, will take placel
M arch 2-5. 'Nearly 250 voting. tickets
have already been sold, but it is hop-
ed that th'e number will reach at least q
450 beforei the date set for the election.
There a ce five candidates for the
queenship. It is reported. that some
of thea ticket purchasers have been
wome'011n.

Admission 50c and 75c

The 'soft glow from the. dec-
orated ; lamp shade will give
-your room a, cheery: atmosphere.
The, lamp may be, moved. at
your ?pleasure and to' suit your
convenience. "The arm of this
bridge lamp may be.adjusted to
suit your need.

if

0.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.--adv.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.--adv.

GYf{"Yli

..- ..r,:: ::,
:...

a" "" i o.aY ar riaYrYYiYSrss "YO t rsaOYY Yf Y....,. Y saaiaY.Yrrr. arr" e .l
_ # !

}

r
"L
£ , _
a

,r

Mode Shoppe
711 NORITI UNIV.
Above A lrcade
,Street and A fternoonr
Gowns and B16" Se
For All Occasions
Also Hemstitching
M. M. SCHALLHORNa

(THIRD FLOOR)

1
r ": M=
Y

1i'

%16 blue," i I

7

w-

11

Y ' S

1

AT THE ':HEA

screen--T odt

Arcade-Enid BennOl
A Fool's Awakening."
Majestic -Shirley
"Love Letters."
Wuerth-"On thle Bal
Wabash."
O rplheui-Ruth Rola
"Hlaunted Valley."

up RS I
Itt in "The
Mason in
uks of the
and in the
Eessie Bac-'
.eerson in.

DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING

{Ie5
1p i
i
y{
Y{f ,
M
1
ivt
i
,
f

-Added-- -Sunday-
It's Cenury Cmedysational Epic of Thrills
It' aCenur Coed "TORMEINT"
Novelty News . rchestra With Owen Mfoore

BIG RESULTS-

OAN LITTLE INVESTMENT

.

- i ;

" w t.:

+rr aae

"wa ais a i

......

OF TI
i44
FORATil
Two, I
(W.

K
H'E W 1AH3

and BURR MCINTOSH

II NOW:

,
;r

WITH

IVIACLARN

JAMES MORRISON

--ALSO-

jStage-This i
Whitney- Tonight-]
on and Thomas 3F
S "Lightnin'"

I

Introducing

THDE SPAT ]FAMILY IN
'THE GREAT OUTDOORS'

L-

li l zui. "e[[u a u tti;- ,M
kr: u in TeHighwayman."
Night 50ato S 2.80
$aR. 1t. 50 to $200!1
GARRICKW~4IMat. SOcto$ 50i
TONIGHT AND ALL WEZI(
$ cHILDi .UT
INI
"The Highwayman"
Next week--Ilia CLAIRE
VHELP WANTED

Court Foulards
Th latest in Sprimg Neckwear fashions. We' are showing
a Wonderful assortment of patterns.
Made in the RESILTO, the TIE THAT
NEVER WRIKLES
.':; A

NEXT WEEK
F'IT PERFORMANCES
[EF STUPDENT FR.19NDSJIP FUND~

0?,,

[a

El,'

/- l 'i'. .l " i 7
fil.tih':,1 t1} ;+/I 'f t l!f. i>> i tlti(\' tl illl ./nty

£

ig SageFeatures
(ATCHi THE SUNDAY DAILY)

U
..

I
I

COMING SUNDAY
CHARLES DICKENS
Famous Novel
:6TRlE CRICKET ON
THE HEARTH"

I

M
S
Xryi.
q.
:dy
J.i.

---ALSO-

JACK PICKFORD -In

Wi rthi

II

°"Tha. 141ll Rilk,"l

mm __j
61 . I

JOSEF SWICGARD

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan