S TO PRESENT ,
Us OF INTEREST"
(UAL PLAY TO BE GIVEN
EMBER 3 IN HILL
Whirl To Work
sques dramatic society will pre-I
its ninth annual play at .8:154
ck Dec.' 3, in Hill auditorium. j
he Bonds of Interest" by Jacinto'
vente, the play to be produced
year, is a fantastic comedy and,
en satire on human nature. It'
story of two penniless adven-
s, Leander,the master, and
>in, the servant, who succeed in
ning credit from everyone in the
through the clever scheming of!
wily .servant. Leander, meets a
heiress Silvia with whom he falls
>ve. This affair is worked out
rly and affords a great deal of
est. Benavente is the foremostl
g dramatist of Spain.'
of. Herbert A. Kenyon, of the
ish department, has been chosen
irect the production. Professor
'on is taking the place'that Prof.
Nelson filled for several years.-
latter is on a year's leave of ab-
DEAN HAMILTON SPEAS
ON LEAGE CAMAGN
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of women,
addressed the Alumnae luncheon held
Saturday noon at the Michigan Union.
Her address covered the question of
the various forms of life membership
in relation to the bookkeeping, and
showed the need for the requirements
made. Miss Hamilton gave the status
of the campaign nationally, explain-
ing methods by which to stimulate
the campaign this fall.
Miss Daphne Dodde of Mt. Pleasant,
field secretary of the Alumnae asso-
ciation, spoke on "Personal Experi-
ences in the Field." Mrs. Homer
Heath spoke of the work of the local
alumnae. Discussion followed at
which Mrs. Harry Hawley presided as
ARTflIS FOR BAZAAR
All articles for the Women's League
bazaar must be completed Friday,
Nov. 21, according to Olive McKay,
'25, chairman of the articles commit-
A committee of women will call for
the contributions of .the various hous-
es Friday afternoon and take the arti-
cles to Helen Newberry residence
where they will be assorted and
marked. Thearticles committee urges
the houses to co-operate with them by
having contributions ready when the
committee calls in order not to delay
the bazaar work.
Mra JulianWest, of' Birmingham,
and Mrs. E. P. Bennett, of Howell,
were guests at Adela Cheever house
Social Notes for a feways during; the past week.
-___Mrs. Theda Shaw Holen, director of
Adelia Cheever. house, and Miss Lo-
A luncheon was held yesterda$' at tne'Owens, attended the Ohio State
the Michigan Union for resident alums gamin-Columbus.
na to make arrangements for the teFacultyWomen's
continuation, of the campaign for the Mebr'fteFaut oe'
iniversity of Michigan League build- club and guestsbwere entertained by
thend. gesMiss Jean Hamilton spoke party' on Thursday at the Michigan
Delta Zeta announces the pledging of All- members of the Nurses' school
Eleanor Horny, '26, Velmia Lwye , joined in an informal dance wh'ich was
'28, Hazel Huy, '28, Caroline Slepicka, held at ,9 o,'clock Friday night in Bar-
'28, and Margaret Pepplet, '28. hor gymnasium. Chaperones were
Dr, Harley A. Haynes, director of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma will entertainu niversity hospital, and Mrs. Haynes;
members of the faculty at supperthis Ir. George H. Belote and Mrs. Belote;
evening, and 1rs. W. B. Ratliffe.
.-. -.(Continued on Page Fourteen.)
Mr. and Mirs. Karl Akeley were the
guests of Martha Cook building Wed- *.W, TOHOLD MEETING
nesday evening. Mr. Akeley tAlked ati.
house meeting. All active members of the Y. W. C.
A. and other 'women who are in-
newtmembers of Wyrenniotree d In t'W.V oik,. are invited to
women's honorary society, gave a tea tte open 'meting'which, will be held
to 'the former menbers at the Alpha at 4" ' ickTuesday, in Newberry
I Phi house Tuesday, November 1 'hall.',,Miss , Leslie Blanchard, execu-
tl*e dretar of the National Student
Tsui Fung Wong, special, of the dep mentf the Y. W. C. A., will
Acelia Cheever house;.spbke bdlore spy .informally on the work of her
the Jackson Y. W.-C. A;We neday,1 departstment. Tea will be served.
on 'the work of the Y. W. C. "A. in
China. :'.ATRONIZ.,.DAILY ADVERTISERS
Read The D
B LACK and greceful paste
shades are colors that len
themselves with charming effec
tiveness to new evening gown
Some cost as little as $25
Others to $85.
124 SOUTH MAIN
he past productions of
ich as "Yellow Jacket,"
t of the Burning Pestle,"
usand Years Ago," special
tumes, and lighting ef-
ed by the director, will
production worthy of the
of previous successes of
Te date of the sale of tickets will
nnounced at a later date.
NUR HOCKEY SPREAD
0D TAKE PLACE TUESDAY.
ngs, stunts, cheers, and a novelty
.estra will be special features at
annual hockey spread which will
held at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday, in
our gymnasium. Tickets for the
ad will be on sale in the sorority
ses tomorrow and Tuesday, and
at a table at the entrance to the
nasium Tuesday night. The Pirice
50 cents. Organized houses are1
d to give up their dinner that
it and attend the spread in a!
ip if possible.
me interhouse hockey cup will be
rded by Prof. Margaret Bell, ofI
physical education deppartment.!
results of the archery and 'tennis
naments will also be announced.
ianna Smalley, '25, president of
W. A. A. will act as toastmistress.
a Finsterwald, '27, will lead the.
ing, while cheers will be led by
ily Hulbert. '27.
ractices for interhouse basketball
begin tomorrow. Seventeen hous-
move already signed up for parti-
tion in the sport and, all houses
have not signed but wish to
ild do so at once in order that the
ch'es and practice hours for each
n may be arranged for.
egular practices will be held on
idays and Wednesdays from 4 un-
6 o'clock and special hours for
etice will be assigned to each team.
managers or teams 'should be
and report at 4 o'clock tomorrow
lie following houses have signed
basketball on the poster in Bar-
r gymnasium: Pi Beta Phi, Betsy
bour, Outlaws, Reagh house, So-
s, Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Gam-
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Del-
Delta, Adelia Cheever, Phi Sigma
na, Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Xi
a, Helen Newberry, Wood house
Miss Ruth Hudson
Miss Ruth Hudson, daughter of
Congressman Grant Hudson of Michi-
gan, is foregoing the social whirl in
Washington to work as cashier in
the Dodge Hotel, the Y. W. C. A. ho-
tel for women.
F OBSERVE UNIVERSAL
I)AY OF PRAYER F
At the call of the Worlds Stu-
Ident Christian Federation Of F
which the student department of
j the Y. W. C. A. is a member, the
( annual universal day of prayer
is being observed today by Chris-
tian students of 35 nationalities
( throughout the world. s
(An outstanding feature of the
( twork of the Federation is the
I European Student Relief towardF
( which the Michigan campus con-
tributed lastyear in raising F
( money for a student kitchen inF
Moscow. Connected with the Fed- .
eration are many of the youth .
jmovements which have. been aF
Icenter of great interest in "recenitF
Iyears in Asia as well as in Eu-F
( rope. It is for these as well as
F to the general work of Christian }
f students everywhere that the call
Sto prayer is issued.
_ , . . ..
,..; . , _>
Articles On X-Rayf
Dr. Katherine Chamberlain, who
was granted the degree of doctor of
science here in June, has recently
published a paper on the "Fine Struc-
ture of X-ray Absorption Edges" in
"Nature," an' English journal of
science. Dr. Chamberlain's results are
drawn from work done in the physics
department during the summer.
Dr. Chamberlain. was graduated
here in 1914, and later took her mas-
ter's degree in chemistry and philos-
ophy. Sh'e is a member of Phi Beta:
Kappa and of Sigma Xi. At present
she is teaching advanced mathematics
in the:College of the City of Detroit.
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Elective Dancing F
Classes To Meet i
Elective -classes in natural dancing.
will begin tomorrow in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, under the direction of
l iss Ja.net Cumming, of the physical
education department. Those who
wish to enroll in the advanced class
should report at 4 o'clock, in street
clothes, while women who wish to
join the beginning class, should re-
port at 4:45 o'clock. According to
Miss Cumming, the work 'will include 1
training in body control and rhythm
as well as interpretative dancing, and
in the beginning classes preparations!
for the freshman pageant, which is
held in the spring, will also occupy
some of the time.
Miss Cumming is a graduate of the
University of Wisconsin, from which"
the two previous dancing teachers,
Miss Elizabeth Sehon, and Miss Ger-
trude Noetzel, also came..
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A Real Treat of Treats
All sororities must report this week
to the Y. W. C. A. office in Newberry
hail what ever Christmas plans they
have made for poor children in Ann
Women who have not signed for in-
door gymnasuimn work- should do so
imimediately in Barbour gymnasium.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will
practice ensemble singing at the reg-
ular meeting at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
in the parlours of Barbour gymnas-
University Girls' Glee club wil hold
its regular meeting Tuesday after-
i oon at 4:30 o'clock in room 305,
School of Music.
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