100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 25, 1928 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-02-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE FIVE

T141P MTCMTC.AN DfAIL Y

.QArf'TTRT-1AV T V.TIRTTAPV ?_i_ 14"R

r3 rTA~' 1 hDTT'7 ') A~ U Lt~ I i L+'i1 l UC12LL ,:b. L.J.U Ei 1 IL. lEE L's.' L.["Ah ^ La- * i.

/ t l

I0

'e ' e ° ' \
-v . -rr-xs--i zs .s

r, t r'
= '' -
,r%;
. +1

Mary Garden Urges Students To PursueEMAORS jiMiss Elliott Sees Practical Uses For
Life Work With Mind, Heart, And Soul Economics Courses In Various Fields
ASSEMBLE IN BOSTON "A word to the students of the Uni- been wearing as Carmen into a corn- FIRST IN BASK TBALL Not only in purely business fields, in which they control the advertising
versity?" The dressing room of ier.aa but also in such work as journalism, policies of their companies,"
sM adamstanding amng tcnbonm egduerfors Statistical research, as for manu-
Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Madam Mary Gadren operatic singer den, ctland in the year 1I87, cona- n economics and business adminis facturing concerns, retail stores, and Depicti
Richards And Miss Beatrice with the Chicago Civic Opera comi- ng to America with her parents at the teams in the basketball tournament tration, is the aelief of Miss argaret nks, is another field of business the mythi
Johnson Will Attend pany, playing during the past week in age of six years. She studied violin, goes to the Senior Major students Flliott, who is assistant professor of which Miss Elliott believes has not by Pluto,
h r nmril t ov n nlnaAbwmX1

ig the story of eirsephoUe,
cal Greek maiden abducte
the pr0l ogue of the Fresh

t

WILL DISCUSS PROBLEMS
Meeting for their twelfth annual
convention on Feb. 27, 28, 29 and
March 1 at the Hotel Copley-Plaza,
in Boston, Mass., the National Assoc-
iation of Deans of Women will dis-
cuss the problems of the women's
,dean, vocational opportunities for
women, and similar questions of in-
terest to the college woman. Miss
Alice Lloyd, 1Viss Grace Richards,
and Miss Beatrice Johnson, advisers
to women, have left for Boston to
represent Michigan.
The convention will be presided
over hy Miss Dorothy Stimson, dean
of Goucher college, the first signifi-
cant meeting opening at 10 o'clock
Monday morning as a joint session
with the National Com-mittee of Bu-
reaus of Occupations, the Personal
Research Federation, and the Nation-
al Association of College Women Se-
cretaries. A study will be made of
the various lines of endeavor open to
women today. At another of the
meetings, Mrs. Helen Taft Manning,
dearq at Bryn Mawr, will lead the
discussion on the nrofessional train-
ing of the dean of women.
Sarah X. Sturtevant To Sneak
Of particular interest to the uni-
versity representatives will be the
kconsidetration of the educational
guidance of the pre-professional
student, and the developing of social
life and directing of student activi-
ties, which will be brought up before
the University Section of the con-
vention on Tuesday. The following
,,fay this group will hear Miss Sarah
M. Sturtevant, associate professor of
education, Teachers' college, Colum-
bia, on present problems of training
for the dean's work. At luncheon on
Wednesday the conference will be
addressed by Mary E. Woolley, the
tpresident of Mt. Holyoke college on
the "Institute of Pacific Relations."
Thursday morning Will be given to
,reports of committees on Intellectual
and Educational policies, relations te
other organizations, and soirorities.
while the afternoon will see a joint
session with the National Pan-Hel
lenic Congress.
Social Functions Enliven Conierecec
Between sessions there will be a
luncheon at the Katherine Gibbs
school at Boston, tea at Simmons
college, tea at Agassiz House, Rad-
cliffe, and tea at Wellesley college.
Tuesday evening is set aside for the
reception and formal dinner of the
deans. The main address will be
given by Ada Comstock, president of
Radcliffe. College dinners will oc-
cupy the limelight Wednesday eve-
ntg, the largest affair being he
Teachers' college dinner at the Stat-
ler Hotel. Guests at former func-
tions of the College have numbered
more than 1300 persons.
Miss Grace Richards, adviser to
women. will return by way of New
York where she will be an overnight
guest at International House. Miss
Richa~rds is now president o-f the
Michigan Association of Deans and
Advisers and in this capacity has
been asked to assist at the formal
recention on Tuesday.

Detroit, was in a hurried confusion, E then piano, and showed considerable with four games won out of four
but Madam Garden paused with a dramatic skill in various amateur per-ac
smile. formances. She studied voice under games played. Second place goes to
"Say I love everything young and the masters Trabadello, Chevallier, the freshm'an academic team who
happy' and free and-" she laughed, and Fugere. Her title role was in won three of their four games.
then grew serious and her words rang Charpentier's "Louise," given at the Scored in terms of }erentage. th(
with sincerity. "Tell them this," she Opera Comique, at Paris. Then she , Scoreditems of tereniar;,,ma-
said. "When they know what they played in London and Brussels. Her co bined teams of the :en )ra, in-
want to do, do it, as straight and as American debut was made in the role jor and academic, scored 5 0, fl
hard as they can. Tell them not to of Thais. Since 1910, she has been juniors, 50, the sophomores, 22, and
turn to the right or the left, but to with the Chicago Civic Opera com- freshmen, 33. The fart that the soph
keep on with mind and heart and pany and has grown famous for her
soul, and they will not fail to get character presentations of the roles eo'"re anfreshman .1n >r sidthes
there." Again she smiled as she toss- Marguerite, Griselidis, Melisande, were forced to default .11 A the'

I
f
t
1
. '
i

personnel management in the School
of Business Administration.
"How can a reporter write intel-
ligently of the matter of reparations
and other questions of political and
economic bearing if she has never
-tudied foreign exchange and inter-
national finance ?" asks Miss Elliott.
"Then there are other courses, suchj
as Labor Problems and Money andl
Credit, which are likely to prove of
value to women who plan on enter-
ing newspaper work. A reporter who
is thoroughly acquainted with the de-I
tails of some particular line of busi-
ness stands a good chance of being
allowed to write a column for her
fpaper."
Retail stores,,Miss Elliott believes,
offers a broad and varied range of po-
sitions to the business women. "Some
.f the large New York department

I
i
c

ed the rich black lace gown she had

Salome, Thais, and Carmen.

DETROIT THEATER !ANNOUNCE CONTRACTS
IS GOTHIC ST YLL FOR LEAGUE BUILDING
Detroit, reputed to have the finest Announcement has just been made

gancs of the tournament on account
of too few numbers -materially (It-
minished the showing of those class-
es.
Especially striking was the open-
ing season of the freshman academic
I s W-.n -nt ccnud evervoth e

Utpeen U1Li14y explore ys tJ3 so men.man Pageant was read by Louise
Training in accounting and statisticsI
paves the way for a woman to step in- Auble, '31, author of the book and
to the business world and work up. lyrics attheii- het hugfor al 11
When asked why there are so few year women held no hurdoy
women enrolled in the School of Busi- 1110011.
ness Administration (only seven out Miss Grace Richards, adviser ol
of a total enrollment of 84) Miss women, introduced by Jane Howard
Elliott made suggestions as to what vice-president, exp"Ained that t'h
may be the reasons. "Force of tradi- freshman Pageant each year is giK-n
tion, custom, and-in some regret- as a part of the program o, Lanm re
table instances-inerita combine to Night, now a - traditional event fo
lead many women into teaching in- the women of Michigan. Lan er
stead of exploring the possibilities of Night with its procession of classes.
the business world. Again, there are the seniors handing their lhted
those who are unaware of the oppor- lanterns to the juniors w.Jho in their
tunities open to trained women in turn give their gaily color.s d hoo-
business, to the sophomiores, is significan~t b
"It is an unfortunate thing that so the passing of the responsibili ty of
many women learn of these oppor- the seniors to the succeeding class.
tunities too late to prepare-themselves The pageant is the one a:t vity re-
for admission to the School. In ordor presentative of the wort of t1he
to fulfill the entrance requirements, freshmen who with the asis tnceot
one should, if possible, elect the in- advisors and dancin instructors
troductory course in economics in the produce original daents and muic
sophomore year. This leaves the woven into the plot of the proiogue.
junior year free for such required Eligibility for participation in tho
courses as Accounting Principles and pageant is dependent upon in, mthks
Statistics. The program becomes un- made during the first seni'ctr
duly crowded when it is necessary to
k f ti n cninntorv economics along ___

I.
I
l
1
i
A

- - - -

theaters west of New York, has anth- through the Alumnae council office
er theater to boast of-if it cares to. o h etn ftomr otat team in sheer speed. Only the seniuor
Te atetst travaganz, ar m o. or the letting of two more contracts professionals were able to stop the
The latest -extravaganza, a movie for the new Women's league building. fast onslaught of the first year ath-
theater, is in the form of a gilded The electrical contract has been letes. In the closing gan es of the
Gothic cathedral, and is known as the awarded to the Guarantee Electrical tourney, the freshman academics
United Artists theater.hadda2-2detotesh-
One may see the doubtful Sadie company of Battle Creek, Michigan, handed a 25-12 defeat to the sopho-
ompon or the moey-liket"DdI while the contract for the refrigera- more academic team in a game ex-
Thompson or the monkey-like "Doug"inpathsbe e oteBus hibiting as much ragged playing as
Fairbanks flirt and sport and leap to plant has been let to the Bruns-hitngamuhrge lyngs
ab t d soth atl, wick-Kroeschell company of New it did speed. Weak intercepting on
about in the midst of the 'stately, rnwcNwJre n cg, the part of the sophomore guards
towering architecture -ot the Gothic :Brunswick, New Jersey and Chicago,th patotespoor gu s
tperidnarchitectureorrthblGthi1Illinois. Both these companies have failed to break up the passing from
period, an architecture horribly us been bonded by the Standard Accident the center court and once the ball
It is only when the lights are turned Bonding company of Detroit, through was in the skillful hands of the
off that this new United Artists the Brown-Cress agency of Ann Arbor. freshman forwards, Elizabeth Wood
theater attains any real beauty. Then D. M. Ferry of Detroit, who recently and Margaret Eamen, a score was
wth dusky purplelts iney. dths made an additional gift of $8,000 to sure to be tallied. Margaret Ohlsen
ofthedsk pote rchs unte f eet the building fund of the Women's in center on the sophomore six withf
league is president of the Standard Dorothy Bloom and later Margaret
overhead, the illusion of a dim and Accident Bonding company. { Sibley was the strongest factor in
quiet cathedral is obtained. But one The letting of the-se contracts com- Ithe
wonders if the architect, ever sug- te loser's offensive work.
vivdterintor hiech. murst hav pletes the contract awards except for The annual basketball banquet
septtover him when he conceiv the elevators which contract has which will officially close the basket-,
the idea movies being shown in a been given to the Otis Elevator com- ball season will take place on MarchI
Gothic cathedral. pany, the contract for which will 13 at the field house. At this time
soon be consumated. not only the class awards will be
LOCA ME i1 . + zmade, but the intramural cup will
LOCAL MERCHANT GiVES Kp aDlaWn;
IKappa D lt.Wi s also be presented. Following the
AID TO LEAGUE BRIDGED l , custom of assigning 5 points for a
Is Now In 'B' Finals first place won, 4 points for a second1
Illustrating the splendid spirit o: 1 place, two points for a third place.
cooperation shown by Ann Arbor mer- Semifinals t and one point for a fourth place, the
chants toward the campaign of the of intramural basket- standing of the classes at the end
Women's league for the building fund, ball B tournament were played at 4 of the hockey and basketball seasons
G. C. Drake of the Quarry Drug com- oclock yesterday in Barbour gymo- is as follows: Juniors, 9.5; Seniors,
pany sent this letter to the Alumnae nasium between Kappa Delta and 8.5; Freshmen, 4; Sophomores, 2.
council office, offering without solid- Alpha Gamma Sigma. The game was
tation aid for the series of bridge very uneven, as the score at the half
pa ties which are to be given soon was 42-0 in favor of Kappa Delta
benefiting the Women's league. and 63-2 in favor of the same team
"I understand that a series of at the end of the game. i Norris Gilberts
bridge parties is going to be given The game between helen New-
soon, for the -benefit of the Women's berry and Pi Beta Phi, or the other U E T S
league. I would be glad to reiterate semi-finals has already been played J LL1E1
our previous offers of Complimentary with the result that Helen Newber- 302 S. State Dial 5860
Bridge score pads, in order to assist ry won the right to play in thej
in the cause. finals. The game played yesterday Sat Nut R a e
"Please advise the girls incharge at decided whom the othertcontetant Fesh D asL
the various houses to call at the for the title of winner of thie B tour- I Fresh Daily
store or phone 7611." nament would be. The final, game-.
-__ _will be played Monday, March 5 in
Instead of the regular gymnasium , Barbour gymnasium between Helen S P E C I A L
classes, slides on posture were lNewberry and Kappa Delta.

stores offer a two-year training course
to women whom they expect to place
in their employ. A woman is moved
about from the job to another until{
she becomes acquainted with the rout-}
ine of the -store and until she has had a
-hance to show what sort of work
she can do best. Thi's sort of train-

ng is often taken in place of ia
'ourse in some business school, and with other courses in the junior year.
leads to executive positions in such
fields as personnel management, buy- 1 NOTICES
,ng, and advertising. -
"The selling of life insurance is a
type of work well adapted to women. JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY
Similarly, investment brokers fre-
quently employ women to sell secur- The following choruses will
ities. I would not say that women are rehearse in Barbour gyn Sun- f
better adapted to this sort of workI day afternoon at 2 o'clock:
than are men, although I have often Chorus 1, part 1, 2, and 3;
heard that they are more persistent- Corus 2; Chorus 3; Chorus 4;
if that is something to be commend- and Chorus 15
ed. - andChorsl15
"Adveitising has great possibilities,-
especially for the woman who has Swimming suits left at the gymna-
talent in illustrating. Advertising sium should be called for at once at
work can be done for the' particular Mrs. Blackburn's desk.
concerns which wish to advertise their A special business meeting of Wy-
products or for the large companies vern will be held at 4 o'clok Monday
which secure advertising on a comxnis- afternoon in the parlors of Barbour
sion basis. In -either case, it is well gym. It is important that all mend-
paid, and women can rise to positions bers be present.

OP E U
FB 28th

presents
THE SMART 29,

'Brighter Days Bring 'Brighter Shades'-
Poppy Red, Billiard Green, and Turquoise
Blue will be color schemes for many of the
Spring Ensembles. Some are three-piece and
carried out in the tone effect-while others
are composed of Seven-eighths length coats
andl eeveless frocks. The printed frock in
brilliant hues is established in the Spring
Mode.

I

H

Frocks and Ensembles are now priced at $10-$25. At
THNE RUBLEY SHOPPE
Nickels Arcade

II9
I '

shown at 11 o'clock Feb. 24, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, to the girls who
are registered in physical education
classes at that hour. The films wereI
made and loaned by the Child Bu-
reau of the United States Depart-
ment of Labor. About 15 students of
the Ann Arbor High School were-
guests at this time.
Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh will re-
ceive the award of a gold emblem for
"characteristics of modesty and ideal-
ism and outstanding work in the
teaching profession."

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY----
Nine mid-western universities will be
represented by one-act troupes at the
third annual University Theaters
Tournament which will be held at
Northwestern this spring.

Chocolates
39c Lb.

..s...rr.,.i IWiOW, ,.ir. rrrrrrrrrir .r. rrrrrrr,. .sr, :

S

K
mmumummmum

k.

.... .: t. v.. ...

/ *

Dainty
Sub -Apparel
of
Importance

Smart Pur:
Greatly Redu
$r t $ - va-

ses
ced

Thir
HILL AUDIT
Mayl1
SCHED'
1. WEI)NESDAY EVENi
Dedication of new
the Skimner Organ Co
Margaret Matzenaner
Pamner Christian
Chicago Symphony Or
Frederick Stock
Eric Delamarter
:. THURSDAY EVENIN
St. Fr
Marie Montana
Merle Alcock
Tudor avies
Raymund Koch
Cliase Baromev,
Chicago Symphony Or
ll University Ch
Earl V. Moore
3. FRIDAY AF TERAOOC
The Quest of the Que
Benno Rabin(A
Children's Chorus and
Frederick Stock
4. FRIDAY EVENING, M1
Misee
Leonora Corona
(~ University Choral Uni
Chicago Symphony O
Frederick Stock
Percy Grainger
5. SATURDAY AFTERN
Percy Grainger
t C'hicago Symphony Or
Frederick Stock
1. SATURDAY EVENIN
CA
Leone Kruse
.Marguerite D'Alvarez
Paul Althouse

ORIUM -:- ANN ARBOR
6, 17, 19, 1928
ULE OF CONCERTS
NW, MA Y 16
cellaneous Artist Concert,
Frieze~Memorial Organ just completed by
ompany at a cost of $75,000.
Contralto
Organ
cheistra
Conductor
Guest Conductor

G, MAY 17
rancis of Assisi-Pierne
rchestra
horal Union-Chlidren's Chorus
N. MAY 18
Chlidren's Program
er Prince
J Orchestra
RAY 18
dianeous Artist Concert

Soprano
Contralto
Tenor
Baritone
Bass
Conductor
Hyde
Violin
Conducting
Soprano

ty-fifth Annual

i
,
i
I
.
1
l
1
it
'
llj
(

,%.
r
7
1
: i
f i''
t
f
( v

Author of "The Youngest,"
"White Wings," "Paris
Bound," "Cock Robin," "In
a Garden."
"The most important thing
in a man s life is his work.
For a while you need abso-
lute independence-freedom
to think only 'I-1-1 and my
work.' After marriage-it's
'You and I'-with the 'You'

A HarvardPrize
Play by
Phillip Barry

4

1ues

Underthings bear a very close relation-
shpi to ore's outer apparel. And must be
chosen with duke regard to the costume one
wears. Tailored or frilly-light colored or
dark.

I I

I M
j
' / rth
1/ /
1

reduced to $6.95
$6 to $9 values
reduced to $4.95
With your new tailleur, smart
coat or suit you will carry a
new bag, which you will find
here in endless variety. There
are pouch bags, envelopes and
inder-armi style's. Leathers are
plain and reptilian trimmed,
Suede, velvet, frog grain, lizard,
and many others. Colors-Grey,
Green, Brown, Black, Tan and
me Q

first every time."

Teddies
$3.95 up

Step-ins
$3.75 up

Dance Sets
$3.95 up
Bloomcrs
$2.95 up

on
rchestra
OON, MAY 19
Symphony Concert
chestra
G, MAY 19
ADA-Verdi
ST OF CHARACTERS

Conductor
Guest Conductor
Piano
Conductor
Aida
Amneris
Radames

Feb. 28, 29

i

Silk Nightgowns
$5.50 up

I

X11

11

U

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan