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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

- siaTRDa... MARCH 14a ..192,:T. f ..1MICI-JICAN1 DAILY V"
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"encLs of' Pres. Burton's Interest ini Her
Detroit Playhouse flans
LastYear

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"DRAMATICS" DISCUSSED;

LUAGUEIAUCIMN SARIsk II,9cl~U; NNOUNCE THIRD GROUP,
B IN S_$19 PROFISJ :00 ). . M arha C;ook vs. ! OFPJUNIORPLAY USHE
( 5:0 P.M.Gpnmma Phi Beta vs.
M-r, l:r2IIan :,90 wwa,- realized Wri-y Alpha Omicron Pi. jCrotip thrlee of the uishers chosen
a ft ' r inn nm for t dhe \Vmnaris League Tuesday ' for the J1unior Girls' play are as fol-
at t, i_ oj aeiil~~hu y 4:00 P. Ml. Seniors vs juniors. lws : Ruth Strickland, sub-Chair-
Tb m ' o21 )2cI IOa e ieIS0p1 i )rt ~ an, 1 lelen Ocabock, Virginia Horn-
m'orun:, "od diii; rw ially inte rested Oh- frshnbeck~ , ize Corbett, Geneva Ewing,l
servers fL onhthe 4. PatIrick's party ''" lc orter, Helen Roszel, Hazel Rich
in IC 1i3;s; gn . Alinist ,ll ot theIMr.dad'aiowliow f Edith Alvin, Llta Seibert, Helen Lof-
article, lce'. over fr(,i the I ,a zaar t E e Sru,Luil enE-
the late eminent composer, won the; na Withers, Muth Derbyshire, OnIta
given earilierillii the year were dis- ' InaJui uenwadIae
Pictorial Review $5,000 annual oinJliSuenw dmbl
Hose(d of, mianiy at r idiclolisly low ? Smith1. This group will usher at tho-
prlices. aIevmn wr arAeiaa riday fnight and Saturday afternoon
Rivlr, eerprse~t 1.* actonM en. The money will );go hie ac-'
Rivlry eer ree~i a, act o w ll art colony in New to pie I performanceN. IThe rehearsal will be
sales, held full swa.y during he a fter- 11mIsie held at 3 o'clock Monday, at the Whit-
noon. T'roll8:30 to almlost (i o'clock,i ney theater.
an ions o-eds raised bids, five cents YPhil adeiphi. I 'a., March 13.--MAl.I Groupl o1e Xwill rehiearse at 3 o'clock
a stele and(I eai~ied over linen towel flounry M1orentliai of New York gave today, and grioup two at 4 o'clock.
or limp I slia 'I in full appreciationi of 1$1 .000) to Tlemple University of t 1i~ -.
the ha r a in hunt er's glory. Alberta clay. It will he used to start a stu- ;Don't dielay-Pay your Subscrlption
Olhem, '2£l,,)projve'd to0b a most efficient dent revolving loan fund. in .;.l

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Members of the finance committee
of the F'reshmnan Pagaent will he at
Barbour gymnasium Monday to re-1
ceive the t1 tax from all eligible wo-I

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4 "! Men. 11le WU111teir t tist U.,UL ~ycJno l1y1''1Ea~t6witl ~t
termoneyathitme as follows: A and 2 at 9 o'clock, 3
tt___ and a at 10 o'clock, B, BB3 and 1± at
I N O TICES Any women 'interested in working 11 o'clock, 4 and 6i at 1 o'clock, in
for the W. A. A. tea room should call .IDarbrour gymnasium; dIress rehearsal
Irene Field, 390.I of entire cast and choruses at 6:30
o'clock at the Whitney theater.

Miss Jessie B~onstelle, director of
the Bonstelle Stock Co., of Detroit,
which presented "The Goose Ilangs
high" at the Whitney theater yester-
day afternoon, spoke at the Mlarch°
meeting of the local branch of Ameri-
can Association of University Women
last night at the home atf1\rs. U. C.
Goddard, 1212 11ill street. Thu- talk
by Miss Bonstelle was entitled "D~ra-
matics." This included a discussion
of the theater's place among th-e arts,
of the change in the type of plays be-
ing produced in the cultural centers
of the country, a description of the
new Bonstelle playhouse in Detroit
anhd the interest of the late IPresirlcnt
Marion L. B~urton in its construction.

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r"iniai ':poi m.'26. lI knnali Fitch, '27,
had charge of the affair.
Physical Edil Club

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"I feel that the theater has a tre-
11yendously big place in the world,"
Ve~i Miss Bonstelle. "Its effect is
4,quicker, its reaction is (uicke. There
~ is a bigger lesson in it than in paint-,t
t 'ing or mursic. The other arts leave
more for the future. All we have to
sleave Is the impression we make on
Lthe memory. The impression is won-
A'arful while it lasts."a
k k-''zriefly Miss Bonstelle related sonic0
.,'of her early experiences in the theater
gild how things started to turn her
way. This was due she said, to real-'
-iing that the theater was too big
for individual achievement, and that
the theater, as an institution, must be
built upon. This must be dlone in
every art, the speaker stated. The
theater was likened to a ,great mosaic.
"I personally enjoy having the au-
4lience go away feeling better," Missi
onslelle remarked in commenting
on the response of the Ann Arbor a-
#ience at the afternoon performance!
or "The Goose H1angs high." "I am
glad," she continued, "that colleges1
Are paying more attention to dramat--
Is and play-writing."
In discussing the' Bonstelle Play-
house, Miss Bonstelle said that si11e
Wvanted it to function for the arts.f
TO this end the mezzanine is used for
exhibiting pictures, and during Lent'
Services by (different denomiatiosil
are held there every Sunay. i
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i r XXe'1e. h11 back leotte1.") will )e .
tae newXV 11 g i esignl adopted by the
jWomen's i 'iiys ical1 Education club, for
its nder;radaterrren Lxrs. The
CGreek letters for 1.h~ club mne will
be at the top of 11,; d(esigl, a figure
of tihe wingedl Victory in the center,
and thme inscripitionl "University of
(Michigan,'' at the bot tom. 'The class;
numerals of the ow ner will appear at
the sidles.
Th~le design is woriked out by a coin-
mrittee under Myra 1insterwald, '27,
andl a representative of the fraternity
jewelers franm whom thme ring's have
been ordlered.
MAIE ND BLUE T1A
Room OPENED BY W.14.J
EArrangements have beens made byI
time W. A. A. to reopen their tea roomj
on a larger scale than before, in the
room adjoining the kitchen in the{'
basement of I3arbour gymnasium.I
Special furniture has been ordered
andl distinctive maize and blue decora-;
tions have been planned b)y Irene
Field, '27, and M~yra Finsterwald, '27,
who are in cha rge of tile affair."
Until the arrival of the new furni- "
i re, the old will be utilized andl the
tea room will open in its new locationl
Monday afternoon. __ .
lIATRON JZE GAILY ADIVERTISERS

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caps and gowns at Mack's on Satur-
day or Monday. Gowns will be de-
livered in time for Junior Girls' play
only to those who pay on these dates. j
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$2.00 W
aker pure thread silk hosc
y be had here to match every . Ai V j !,i~ e
ume. Full fashioned. In I~"-'
tnch nude, Piping Rock, J HERE'S ame a ure of sun-
rtoise, Mandalay, Chain- shine in Our Cakes. The
f br'ight golden color carries with
;ne, Atmosphere, Apricot it an enticinig flavor that pro-
Sblack and white. (luces many a sunny smile and
beam of satisfaction. They're a
" TV three-times-a-day aid to good
OODY A KSliving-buy them today.
We Deliver. Phone 3310-J
124 SOUTH MAIN

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SPRING FLOWERS

will add that

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tial atmosphere to
your spring dance

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ak~c4f ast, 8:00-11 :00

Lunchecon, 11:00-2 :00

GOODHEW.
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~225 E Lib@rtui 5t. o Phone 13121

Tea, 2 :00411:00
5utndavBhalf ast. 9:00-12:00 Luncheon, 12:00-5 :30
Supper, 5:30-8:00

221 $uth State

Telephone 233-J

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Announcing--

A Style Promenade
'of Spring Modes
2 to 3 o'clock this afternoon
All DressesJ Shown Priced
15. 75
The variety of College activities (demands that a - College Womans's
wardrobe be versatile. And so it. is that the liiodei'ate prmicedl tracks
appeal to tier! Amid this afternoon a premier'e showing of $15.75
dresses that'have just arrivedl froni New York will be presentedl by
mnodels to the accompaniment of sprightly music. Sports frock;,,
printed silks and plain silks will be shown, all at this low price,

Every 'Hat is New!
Style Right and Smart!
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livery hat to be displayed is
new, having just arrived froin
New York. The millinery buyer
has spent considerable time in
New York during the lpast week
seleting hats that would ordi-
narily sell up to $10 for this
ev-ent. All hats fire featured at
$6.50.

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