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b.TSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1924 1HE MICHIGAN DAILYPAGE

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"We must realize how much we can
do with this instrument which we
I rUWomen Urgead To call our body," said Mrs. Anna Eng-'
k u- S'l ll Dress Dolls For Y. W.TA leton Marmein, mother of the Mar-
nIilmein dancers, in a talk given yester-
t' ll1111 HI~iI Ai sororities, dormitories, or ( BEU SOLU IM I day before the University women in
' L . lIuU Lleague houses wishing to take dolls Fn iab renSarah Caswell Angell hall. "Before
from the Y. W. C. A. Christmas work- French ideas will be carried out in the body can be used for artistic ex-
Se ,ond Uiual Bali to be Held at shop to dress are requested to do so the entire scheme of the tea roomat pression, it must be trained so that
Grond An' cademy Fri day ai from 2 to 5 o'clock today, tomorrow theWen scheme andthter-cmratlits parts are so completely coordin-
oranger's Academy Friday r Thursday afternoons of this week the Women's League and Inter-church ated that it no longer enters into
L '{^t?21°at Newberry hall, according to an- bazaar which will be held at Barbour consciousness.
nouncement made by Esther Ander- gymnasium Dec. 5 and 6. The name "When we have mastered the me-
GRANGER'STO PLAY son, '25, chairman of the social ser- will be "The Perriot" and the wait- chanics, then we can think of trans-i
vice department of the Y. W. C. A. relating into action the image which
Jeane Briggs, '25, general chairman Women will be at Newberry hall to we conceive mentally. To do this we'
distribute the dolls during these Perriot and Pierrette. amust generate within ourselves a
of the second annual Pan-Hellenic itrut Tickets will be sold in advance for mood corresponding t o the character
ball which will be given Friday eve- hours. dolls have already been dress- reservations only, in order to insure moowish to portray. For instance in
ning at Granger's academy, will lead ed and eight scrap books made by all holders of getting immediate ser- the case of a gypsy we study &r back-
the grand march which is scheduled women students during the past few vice. Persons without tickets will be ground of freedom, and her psycolog-
served only after ticket holders. The ical reactions, and then make this
fr 9:30 o'clock. Dan W. Hedrick, weeks. (_price of the luncheon has been set character come to life in the dance as
Elizabeth Woodward, '26, will fol- . at 50 cents as a minimum, and there accurately as she would in a dramatic
l in thlin Wofo cess2ion fote- Dfl will be special menus in addition, play. The dancer must be the charact-
low in the line of procession for thedUU Dinners will be $1. Luncheon will be er even without the costume.
:,mrea ~n d b ers of m a rch h e a n d w ill l b e fle o b yll '6serv ed b etw een 11:30 an d 2 o 'clo ck , 1 "In th e fo rm al b tllcthPehOyolendi eos-r
members of the Pan-Hellenic ball uIrl u ii a tea hours will be between 2:30 and 5 qinite steps to lethess ern de-
comittees and the Pan-Helle Lo'clock, and dinner will be served atic ideas to the audience, while in-!
Tecomnmittee, composed of ti from 5:30 until 7 o'clock. Tickets i terpretive dancing uses the body to
prevident of Pan-Hellenic, and a rep- In speaking of the progress of will be placed on sale this Friday in express beautiful spiritual or emo-
resentative from ah sorniyn haveMpo 'the various houses on the campus. tional ideas; I believe that the con-
en ieach sorority Masques annual production Bonds of The tea room will be equipped this tribution of America to the art of
been working for several weeks and Interest," by Jacinto Benavente which1; year to accommodate 112 people at dancing will be to combine the form
w completd talslas fr te is to be presented at 8:15 o'clock one time. There will be 28 tables in of the ballet with the spirit and feel-
ban ansua staliafi at Wednesday, Dec. 3, at Hill auditorium, 'service, each seating four guests. ing of the interpretive dancing."
c s an'nul social affair among__________________________________________
Michigan women. Granger's academy Prof. Herbert A. Kenyon, of the
will be transformed, by the decora- Spanish department, director of the!
tions which will be carried out inm a play, says: "The play is coming along
color scheme of maize and blue, int unusually well. The parts are well
an effective setting for the affair and unsuld well. e parts ae wels
Cranger's regular orchestra with the fittedito the peculiarities and abilities
addition of two extra pieces, making of the members of the cast."
a total of 10 pieces, will play for the According to Professor Kenyon
dancing which will continue through special attention is being given to the
the evening until 2 o'cloca. Break- costuming and setting which typifies 1
fast may be held at the various sor- that of Spain. The costumes which
ority houses providing permission s represent those worn in Spain at the
given by the dean of women. This beginning of the seventeenth century
permission must be received before are being furnished by Fritz-Schoultz
tomorrow. If a breakfast is given, it and company of Chicago. They will
will begin at 1:30 o'clock and must be unique and particularly attractive,
terminate one hour later. Corsages according to the committee:
will not be worn at the Pan-Hellenic The scenery is being fashioned after!
ball. designs made by Professor Kenyon. $69.50
The list of patrons and patronesses Cornell and Davis of Detroit are!
for the ball include: President Mar- building and painting the scenery. Some of the most beautiful
ion L. Burton and Mrs. Burton, Dean Mail order sale of tickets is being coats of the entire season are
John R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, held this week, November 24-29. Or- tr e i re-sean
Dean Joseph II. Bursley and Mrs.! ders are to be sent to Charlotte Har- very special in a pre-Thanks-
Bursley, Dean W. R. Humphreys and rison, Helen Newberry residence. On giving sale at this low price.
Mrs. Humphreys, Dean Jean Hamilton, Dec. 2 and 3 there will be a box of- Made of richest fabrics. New-
Mrs. Amy Hobart, Miss Grace Rich-r fice sale of tickets at Hill auditoriumI est colors. Luxuriously trimmed
ards, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staebler and which, will be open to the general
Mr. and Mrs. Earle W. Dow. Mrs. i public. Tickets for "Bonds of Inter- with fur.
Staebler and Mrs. Dow are alumnae est" range in price from 50 cents to SECOND FLOOR
members on the executive committee $1.50. Only the $1.50 seats are re-
of Pan-Hellenic. j served. G /^_ IE (2'
Reports from the committee inW
The Tuesday afternoon dramatic charge of the ticket sale show that 124 SOUTH MAIN
section of the Faculty Women's club mail orders are coming in rapidly"and
will meet at 2:30 o'clock today at ' those who are desirous of obtaining
the home, of Mrs. G. W. Patterson, good seats are urged to send their
2101 Hill street. orders in immediately.

OSTURE TEST SHOWS C
WOMNS AYRA9E LGw
More than half of the women who
took the posture examination thIs1
fall received barely a passing grade,E
according to Miss Louise Howe, of the
department of physical education.
The total number who took the ex-1
amination was 605, including 456
freshmen, 99 sophomores, 38 juniors,
and 12 in the senior, special and
graduate group. Of the total nutmberl
1.6 per cent received A, X2.6 per cent
fell in the B group, 55 per cent were
given C, and 20.4 per cent received
D. The principal characteristics for
which women were marked off, were
round shoulders, hollow backs,:flat
chests, and protruding necks. The ex-
aminations were 'made by means of
schematographs, or silhouette trac-
ings. The examination was compul-
sory for all entering women.
Mis Howe is to have charge of the
corrective work this year. In the pos-
ture lecture which. is kfven to fresh-
men and entering women, Miss Howe

explained the "What, Why, and How," rThe authorities of University of
of good posture. She illustrated her Cambridge, England, are trying to de-
lecture by demonstrations, and post- cide whether women professors shall
ers which showed the members of the be admitted to an equal status with
"Hump" family and other features men. Dr. E. C. Pearce, the vice-chan-
She pointed out the fact that great cellor, is said to be unalterably' op-
artists have demanded perfect posture posed to it on the ground that "no
in their models and illustrated With woman, however brilliant, is of suf-
pictures which have been recognized fcic'ntly high caliber to undertake the
as types of poise and feminine beauty. administration of a whole department
In the corrective work, Miss Hoe of a university like Cambridge."
will aim to create an ideal of good
postureto be carried outside of the' Don't delay-Pay your Subsctiption
classroom. oday.

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After several weeks of successful private sales the balance of the famous
K. S. Jamgotch collection of several hundred Oriental and Chinese rugs of
every size and description will be closed out at Auction, Sales to be held
at 2:30 and 8 o'clock Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, third floor,
Mack & Co.
A Rare Opportunity to Buy .Oriental and
Chinese Rugs at the Price You Wish to Pay
This Auction is being arranged for-the purpose of giving lovers of Oriental
and Chinese rugs a final opportunity to select pieces at the prices they wish
to pay. It is a rare opportunity to select fine rugs from a collection which
includes many masterpieces. Visit the auction and have the joy of owning
splendid Oriental Rugs.

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materials, in the ,soft rich shades of saddle
browns, penny, cranberry red, celadon green, dusk gray,
navy and black. And with the trimmings of fine quality
flat furs that are exceptionally smart. The linings are very
neatly done, too, characteristic of Jacobson tailoring.

Sale to be conducted by War-
ren W. Lewis, Ypsilanti-
Auctioneer.

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