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SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1925

TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1925 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSICAL CLUS
TO CONVBEN E HERE
311clilgatt Fedratioi To Hold aried
Program of 311sic at U110n
PLAN SPECIAL DAYS
The ninth annual convention of the
IMichigan Federation of Music clubs
which will e ,held March 16, 17, 18,
;,and 19 at the union will include a
%ariedl program.
March 16 will be "Junior Day." At
' 12:30 o'clock a junior luncheon will
be gvQnl on the third floor of the
UI nion in charge of Mrs. James E.
IThorns of Coldwater. Miss Edith
Rlhetts of the Detroit Symphony or-
ehlestra will speak to the delegates.
4,be Ann Arbor School glee club will
Itirnish musical entertainment. At}
(2 o'clock the state board meeting will
~tke place, at 3 o'clock a Children's'
! concert by the Detroit Symphony Or-
#chestra and an illustrated lecture;
at 4 o'clock a reception to the dele-
fgtes by the members of the Matinee
,Musicale of Ann Arbor,; at 6 o'clock
i#n informal dinner for past presidents
1'at the Cozy Corner tea-room; and at
8i o'clock a concert by the Detroit
Siymphony orchestra in Hill auditor-
ium.
Tuesday, March 17, will be "Public
11chool Music" (ay. Besides the regu-1
lar business of the morning session,,
: ° he day's program will include a
,Tublic School Music" luncheon in
charge of Miss P lva Trickey of Lan-t
y Ilng;' a demonstration of WashtenawI
county rural puilic school music di-t
r iected by Miss Cora L. Haas of Ann
'Arbor; a demonstration of Violin1
teaching in public school classes and
Jusic composition in high school by
,. E. Maddy, supervisor of Music of
',Ann Arbor; an organ recital in H-ill
'uditorium by Palmer Chritian; and
a State Club's concert at 8 o'clock at
tie University school of Music audi-
it rium, arranged by Mrs. Norris Went-E
4orth of Bay City.1
Wednesday, March 18, will be call-
'd "Church Music Day." A church
!! uic luncheon in charge of Mrs. John
'J. Mitchell of Detroit will be given
at thec Union. Dr. Chester B. Emer-
pIn, "pastor of the North Woodward
~ongregational church, Detroit, will1
s.tpeak on "The Relation of Music to1
'th'e Church Service."Miss :Jennie M.t
Stoddard and students from St. Leo's
Pschol of Detroit *will give a demon-
stration of the Justine Ward system
of school music at 1 o'clock. Other
jvents in the day's program will in-
J flude: A= speech by William Norton,
t ,director of the Community. Music as-
t ociation of Flint on "Music in the
hdusres;" a sight seeing trip of the
2;ampus; a concert by the Ann Arbor
trio; and 'a costume recital by Mrs.
sGuy Bevier Williams, soprano, of D-
jroit.
Thursday, March 19 will be given
cover to the "Young Artists" contest
! vhich will be in charge of Miss Ada
Pllian Gordon of Detroit. A lunch-.
bon for the judges and contestants
will be given at 12 o'clock while the
g~fternoon will be turned over to the
i o ntest proper, including contests for
womnen's voices, men's voices and vio-
SMrs. Henry Bates of Ann Arbor is
general chairman of the convention.
'r'ie Matinee Musicale anl other 1ed-
crated fusic-clubs of Ann Arbor will
at a s hostesses to the delegates.
' Athena and Portia will hold a joint
ii eeting at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday in
, "the Athena rooms at which time Lio-
;,,el G. Crocker of the public speaking
department will speak on the sub-1
jet, "President Burton as an Ora-
~o~.
to.U

0 P1,N 1I1E(TI'RIE SEhIIES
Vocational Guidance lectures
will begin at 4 :15 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon March 11. Miss
M arjorie P'ort er, a miember of
the staff of the Detroit News,
w':11 t alk about "Newspaper
WVork for Womren." Miss Por-
ter' will speak in room 1009 An-
gell ball. The other talk for
that same afternoon will bie giv-
en b~y Prof. Enil Lorch, cleain of
the school of Architecture. Pro-
fessor Lorch will discuss "Dec-
orative Design as a Field for
Women." This talk will be giv- j
Iat Betsy Barbour house. '
LEAGUE PLANS PARTY
FOR ST, PATRICK'S DA1Y
St, Patrick's day. will be featur ed
at the Woman's League party which
will be held Friday afternoon in, Bar-
hour gymnasium.- This is the sixth!
party in the series of monthly social
events given by the Woman's League.
Stunts are being planned, and music
for dancing will be furnished by the
kappa Sigma orchestra. Jean Kyer,
'27, is general chairman, Mary White,
'28, is in charge of the decorations,
and Mildred Hluebner, '28, of refresh-
ments.
Patronesses include: Dean Jean
Hamilton, Mrs. A. S. Hobart, Miss
Grace Richards, D)r. Margaret Bell,
and Miss Ethel McCormick.
The cominittees working on the par-
ty urge an increasedl numbler of wo-
men to attend this party. The ani of
the committee is to acquaint new wo-
men with the older ones on the cam-
pus and to foster a more friendly#
feeling.
There will be a Junior Girls' Dress
rehearsal Monday evening, first act
at 7 o'clock, second act at 8:30 o'clock
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Every
one taking part in the play is expect-
ed to be there. A charge of $1 will
be made for an absence that evening.
Women are requested to bring cold
cream and powder to this rehearsal
for makting up.I
Berlin, March 7.-A non-stop flight
of 385 miles from Freidrichshafenl to
B~erlin was made by a Dornier all-
metal airplane in three and one-quar-
ter ,hours, which is claimed to be a
record.

" Prof. Morris P. Tilley, Mrs. Tilley
W ouses En erta n Pldgesand[ Master Tommy Tilley were din-
tT 1,ry~f1 /y r " A "/ ]" ner guests atteApaPihos
E.lab+io rate I itaton Parties WelI(lday evening.
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Sixty-three Methodist University 1)1 ixedl by AD~,V. IVF. Bailey md piano,
women were initiatedl into Kappa Phli, Iby\l is. L . 0. ('a Mc.
the national Methodist wonien's s
rority, Friday evening. The initi~a-~ 'A ~la'lea ci 'iani
tion service which tooks place at I lu - IrIi a orial (le edanceIFri day.
Methodist church was followed by a f.m~ lov. ers foiiieo thle decoration.
formal dinner at the Union. Duringiz, r. Tiheophlile 'iinghaiu and Mrs.
the dinner the winner,: of the Kappa c'linglain. and Mrs. J1. J. lWalson
P~hi song contest were announced and'
p~rizes awarded. Marguerite May, '25,,
wrote the words and Kathleen Davies,
'27, the music. Mrs. Ada 1H. Stair, f N< 1)1)8 a I t' heta announces the
of Monroe made the address of the lel~ia of Wilma Whit ehead. '27, of
evening on the "Spirit of the Well," i Dallas, 'FeXa=.
;suggesting those things in a college!-
*woman's life which might most profit-I Sigma tppa gave a formal pledge
ably he wished for from the magic ir iiee Itidaoy evenhig, attended by
well.. The program of thme evening nkoret~ha 4( couples. The decolra-
wias centeired around a wish well tionis wee(carried out ill blacks. Ted
jwhich was prettily constructed in the ! hIe(-s' (orchestra Ifurn 1ishled the miu-
[center of the speakers table. Gladys Y Pro: VWells Bennet and Mrs.
Wood, '25, president of K appa Phi, 13ennt, am-d :Mrs. )Wayne Smith chap-
acted as toastmistress. eroned.

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IThe music section of the Faculty
Womien's club entertained at the
!monthly meeting of the club Thursday
at the Michigan Union. Mrs. A. R.
!Crittenden entertained with piano
solos. "Mon-Dah-Min" was presented
by the following members, grouped as
the chorus and quartetts : Mrs. C. E.
Griffin, Mrs. Frank Wilson,. Mrs. K. C.
IMcMurray, Mrs. W. F. Hunt, Mrs. C.
E. Wilson, Mrs. C. A. Langworthy,
Mrs. G. G. Brown, and I\Mrs. IP. 5.
Welch. Mrs. L. A. Hopkins played
the accompaniment. A trio played
"An Dich" consisting of a violin, play-
ed by Miss Gertrude Fredericks; cello,
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O live C ilbraith, the novelist, of New
F ornk City, a mnemb~er (if the Pi Beta1
1I~loi Soril ; visited at the chapter
house here during the past week.
Announcemet has been made of the
mawm gaw,,. of)Dr. Leigh C. Anderseni1
and rlAlloa Caviness, ex '25. BattleI
C'reek. TIc erenmouy was p~erformed j
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