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January 16, 1924 - Image 3

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Woman Physician
.Comes To Study
Health Methods'

Anercan Association of University
Women Secure Impersonator
For April 7
Miss Ruth Draper, who appeared
here last year, has been secured again
,is year by the Ann Arbor branch of
TIe American Association of Univer-
sity women to give a new group Af
"Original Character Sketches" on
April 7 at the Whitney theater.
Miss Draper has been acknowledged
by both English and French, as well
as American critics to be one of the,
most remarkable impersonators of her
profession. She is said to not only
possess the power to make her imper-
sonations appear real. to her audience,
but that while she acts, the stage
seems to be almost physically peo-
pled with those others with whom her
characters are engaged.
All her sketches are given with only
Sslight change of costume and few
accssories, the stage being nearly
b"are. She is able to sway her audi-
ence thropgh an entire range of emo-
ons by her fascinating and charm-
jug personality.
Senior society will have its picture
taken at 5:30 o'clock Friday, at Dey's
studio, for the. Michiganehsian.
The industrial committee of the Y.
W. C. A. will meet at 4 o'clock tomor-
row at Newberry hall.
'There will be a brief but vey im-
S rtant meeting of all junior women
' 4 o'clock tomprrow in Saah Cas-
well Angell hall.
There will be an important meet-
lug of the Women's Athletic associa-
tdon at 5 o'clock today in Barbour
Members of the cast of the Junior
Girls' play who have already beent
qhosen are asked to report for re-l
rsal at 7 o'clock tomorrow night
" Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
'Masques society will meet at 12 o'-
clock Monday, Jan. 21 at Spedding's 1
studio to have their picture taken.
New members are also requested to]
1 present.
Thle rs' Mandolin club Will inset '
at o'clock tomorrow in Newberry
Members of the cabinet of the Un-
iversity Y. W. C. A. will meet at 5
o'clock Friday at Deys studio to havel
a group picture taken._
The examination in the club leaders't
training course will be held from 9 to!
12 o'clock Saturday morning. The ex-t
:amination will be about one hour inĀ£
length. Members are asked to bringl
bluebooks and to report at the mostl
convenient hour.
Any women who are able to tak
charge of the candy booth in Univer-
sity hall from 12 to 1 o'clock Qn
Thursdays are asked to call KathryI
Wiliaon, 452.
Representatives of houses which
would like candy to sell are
asked to call from 3 to 4:30 o'clock
today at the candy booth in Univer-
sity hal.
Sophomore women who have not yet'
paid their Freshman spread dues
should give them to Miss Sherman in
the oie of the dean of Women, or
should send them to Kathryn Willson, I
1205 Hill street. This is a compulsory
tax and should be paid at once.
Berlin, Jan. 15. - Palatinate dis-

patches say General De Metz, French
commander, in a funeral oration at
the obsequies for Heinz Orbis, Separ-
atist leader, who was assissinated,
called him "a friend of France."
P n29-
phone 2963-R

In the second series of games in the
inter-house basketball tournament
played off yesterday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium, Martha Cook dorm-
itory scored a victory over Betsy Bar-
bour house by a score of 23 to 13.
Delta Gamma defeated Chi Omega in
a close game resulting in a score of
19 to 16.
Excellent form and good team work
marked the teams as promising ones
for future games. Anna Sheldon, '24,
and Marion Munz, '24, of Martha Cook;,
Mildred Peckham, '27, and Merle {
Parks, '25, of Betsy Barbour house,
showed the effects of steady practice
and played a speedy game. Arna
Crouse, '25, Lois Miller, '24, .and Al-
leen Miller, '27 of Delta Gamma,
proved their mettle in their second'
game of the tourney. Grace McDon-
ald, '25, starred for Chi Omega tear
by her exceptional speed and quick
foresight on the court.j
Announce Engagement,
Announcement of the engagement
of Gertrude Mohler, 26, to Donald
Purdy, '24E, was made Sunday at the
Chi Omega house. Purdy is a mem-
ber of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fratern-1


Se'rt -ew-Today

Arcade-Mae Murray in st
IOn Row."



Majestic-- Constance Talmadge'
In "The Dangerous Maid."
Wuerth-"Mother-iri-Law," with
Ruith Clifford.

D. A. R. to -ilet Tobieoiv IMarion Leroy Burton, 815 South Un- dren of the Republic club; and M
The monthly meeting of the Sarah iversity avenue.. Among the out-of- W. L. Kishlar, regent of the Ypsih
Caswell Angell chapter of the Daught- town guests who will be present are: chapter. Mrs. T. Roger Cleary
I ers of the American Revdlution will ; Mrs. Imo. Victor Seidel, state regent; prepared a paper entitled, "Michig
be held promptly at 3 o'clock tomor- M9trs. Charles S. Bathrick, of Battle Days" but because of her illness, M
row afternoon at the home of Mrs. Creek, national chairman of the Chil- Kishlar will read it.
)I i OCONE GO & D6..ATh

Orpheum =- Arline
"Tipped Off."

Pretty in

Stage-This Week.
Whitney - Saturday, eveniti
Jan. 19-Walker Whiteside
mystery play, "The Hindu,"
Garrick -(Detroit)-"The LoI
Child," with Janet Beech(
[ and Lee baker in the leadir
Moscow Jan. 15.-In the spring
1902 class'will be called-for servia
the Red army. The call for this
has been postponed two sticcei

Dr. Coan Meyers
Dr. Cora Meyers, of Chile, is one of
a group of 21 physicians from foreign
countries sent to the United States
by the League of Nations to study
public health methods. Dr. Meyers
specializes in child hygiene.
,Prizes are to be awarded to the in-
dividuals wearing the prettiest and
funniest costumes at the fancy dress
party which is to be given by the
Women's League at 7:30 o'clock Fri-
day in Barbour gymnasium.
Stunts are to be given by each of
the four classes and by Mortarboardl
and Senior society together, and by
Wyvern. Prizes will be given for the
most original entertainment given
among these gi'oups and also for the
most unique stunt presented by any
organized house.
Punch will be served throughout the
evening and at 10 o'clock a supper Will
be served. Kennedy's orchestra will
furnish music for dancing.
The committee in charge of the af-
fair is as follows: Jeanne Briggs,
'25, chairman; Charlotte Blagdon, '25,1
Margaret Effinger, '26, Margarett
Paige, '26, Margaret Hays, '25, and
Dorothy Bogan '24.
The admission fee is 10 cents for
those who attend in costume and 25
cents for :thiose, whio do not. Women
who have guests over the week-end
may take them to the party.
Bi'nd Girls Give Plays
The Lighthouse players, a groi4 of
blind girls who have been trained
through the New York Association for
the Blind ga .ve two one-act plays yes-
terday at the Lighthouse theater in
New York City. In the intermission
there were dances interpreting folk
stories which were told by one of the
players. The group is composed of
high school and college students, and
office workers, and the majority areI
totally blind. This program was the
first public performance which the I
girls have given.

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