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March 13, 1929 - Image 5

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H E M I C HA G, A N*

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Content Johnson, Painter,I
Intense Color To Ga
Content Johnson is known as the cause
woman painter who might just as subje
well have become a musician so caugi

Employs 5 UfM lljII j 'Cora Claims She Has Been Unfairly
iin Glowing Quality U UU LAttacked For Attitude On Th
of this close contact with r R A NT LEA RS Well, my dcar,Ihave been woe-'fun really ought to
cts that Miss Johnson has j fully misinterpreted by one who campaign along a li
ht in her paintings a faithful -may mean well, but who has en-.mentioned the theal
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eater Riot
o be willing to
ttle bit when I
ter riot, I mean

equally Were her talents divided
along these two lines as a child.
Wherever it is possible this ar-
tist employs a profuse amount of

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portrayal of the Canadian customs.
In these pictures too there is an
abundance of color, perhaps Miss
Johnson might picture for us an

y By

tPrevent Another Upset tirely mistaken my motives. What
Coming From Behind I am referring to is the letter that
To Beat Juniors Isomeone wrote me and which the
-... I editor or somebody so carefully=

I really didn't. And besides, if the
writer of that nefarious letter had
been a little more observing, he
would have noticed that I didn't
accuse anyone of maliciously des-
troying property.
3All I said was that 'I thought



OF EDUCATION CHOSEN reds and whites gaining from them interior of a village home, the walls JUNIOR II ARE VICTORS print(
FOR SUBJECT a remarkable richness and glowing done in pink, a brillia'nt blue door, _____'istack,
quality that give to the paintings a ! a walnut table on which is stand- Both major games oye to do
Ecertain unique subtlety and variety. ing a silver crucifix, in the fore- aftrnoon w er of exyesterday
Interested primarily in doing sun- ground and beside it the single fig- a ibre. ere wa anc upsionalIy
sets, landscapes, and simple village j ure of a woman watching a cradle. high calibre. There was an upset
Winning Team Is Represented By scenes, Miss Johnson invests tnem;The whole is toned down to sub- when the sophomores staged a
Darling, Clement, And with an almost poetic charm and dued and thoroughly lovely paint- comeback by beating the freshmen,'
Weed her sunsets convey an overwhelm- k ing that, besides its purely artistic 20-1, in a well-played, hard-
ing sense of solitude. interest, gives to the observer a fought game. The sophomores
Athena won over Portia in the Comparatively recent in her ca- faithfully historical reproduction showed their determination to take
annual debate between Portia and rer this woman has turned to por- of the home with which Content this game by coming out for a vol-I
Athena literary societies, held last traiture and strikes in them a su- Johnson is familiar, renteer practice on Monday. The
night on the fourth floor of Angell perlativel de k that t results of this were evident in the chose
afllow:eole d;thteailyesinceriy thisreet [IfPIi [[ ftbaktshotig.Th f esh r ay a
hail. The question for debate was the heart of her subjects with un- improved passing and the accuracy Pagea
as follow s: "Resolved - that a D e- failin g sin certy he res rsenth n of the basket shooting. The fresh- P1 age a t e t o d c t o h u d b i a y o h o t at e t i
partment of Education should be in many ofte portraris artint IImen played with their usual good bour
established at Washington with a Titian-like dignity and perhaps no ! i form, but were unable to overcome lyu e
secretary in the President's cab- finer example of this may be found ;the perfected sophomore team. y, e
inet" - mp eo thI maIbe oundThe line-up was: ieo
- than in a much admired study of Aq CI I P, I izatio
The members of the Athena Mrs. Charles Lockwood, a resident Sophomore Freshmen as to
team were Grace Darling, '30, of Ann Arbor. J. Quarry ..... R. F.....D. Birdsall The
Florence Clement, '30, and Dorothy Recent years have been spent by Three duplicate cups will be I E. Wood . ...... L. F........E. Bates chose
Weed, '29Ed. Jean Griggs, '30, Doro- the painter at Sainte-Anne de awarded to the winners in the H. Moore ......J. C.....M. Smith clinat
thy Graham, '29, and Oriel Endle- Beaupre, a typical French-Canadi- bowling, archery, and rifle marks- H. Wilson. S. C. M. Hershey Dorot
man, '29, constituted the team rep- an. village, and while living there manship competition now going R. Crooks. R. G. E. LaRowe Jones
resenting Portia. the studio of Content Johnson has on. The cups will be presented at E. Whitney....L. 0....E. Lowden Cposter
Portia upheld the affirmative become a favorite gathering place the completion of the finals, which Juniors and seniors also put on rot
side of the question, advocating I for the curious villagers. It is be- l are to be run off immediately af- a superior game. Though the se-Thom
the establishment of such a De- __ter the basketball banquet On l iors took afiv tg le in Loudo
partment with a federal appropria- ' Tuesday evening, March 26. The first fw mitespofin lead the ger.
tion of $1,500,000 to be used for IJ1jwomen who will participate in the iors soon overcame this by several Tom
investigation and for division 'U fl IliILI;finals will be chosen from those other
among the states on condition that shaving high scores during practice. j quick, accurate passes ending in will b
they comply with certainAstand-T pt successful shots. They maintained for t
tycopywtcetistn-EJ,'. The tournament is open to allI this lead for the rest of the half.( menib
ards which the department shall !Uwomen on the campus. All that is Though it was frightfully contest- tem
recommend. The negative team necessary for those who wish to take ed h senios rgindy ntes - itees.
contended that the establishment i part is to come out for the prac- , e snfew mine of lad inaRnch
of such a department would be The annual inter-sorority bridge i tices. Since there are only ten narrowly prevented another upset ant
highly undesirable in that it would t gdays left for practices, all those Iby scorevof no23ps ant w
place too much control in the .e who want to enter must begin Y twen
hands of 'the Federal government in the University School of Music, practice immediately. The Intra- Yellows and Junior II a men
spirited game. Though the juniors haver
as well as involving political con- I Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Omicron, mural department, which is spon-
trol, and that a better plan of and Mu Phil Epsilon, will be held soring the competition, is desirous won by a wide margin, the Yellow tees r
Ssolvingthe problem could be of- ! in the auditorium of the music that all women who have ever held team deserves commendation for I differe
fered. school Saturday afternoon, March'a bow and arrow enter the tour- their good fight. ipus, a
* Professor John H. Muyskens act- 16. This promises to be one of the nament, every woman who has ----.:---.....................- .....................
ed as judge for the debate. most important social functions of ever bowled report in the alleys in I
_._ '_' the year. In addition to members the field house, and all who are in- A NO UNCING
SENIORS I of the three music sororities, their Iterested in marksmanship report
t___Patronesses and alumnae, members[for rifle practice. Opportunity is that old fashioned silhouettes can be ma
Seniors desiring good seats at and friends of the Symphonic 'being given to all women to at FOSTER'S ART STORE this week by,
the first performance of the League are invited. Tickets are ( part in one of the three sports. artist, Mr. Steiner.
Junior Girls' Play, to be held 50 cents apiece or $2.00 for a Hours for practice for each of IEngagements filled for
March 18, should buy their tic- table. The ticket sale, under the the competitions are: Bowling, 4 """......"...".....................
kets to the Senior Supper as management of Susan Stratton,I until 6 o'clock every day; rifle, 4
quickly as possible, as the best has been unusually large. The luntil 6 o'clock on Tuesday, Thurs-_
seats are going fast. The tic- proceeds from the party are to be day, and Friday; archery, 4 until
kets are 1.65 and will be on sale ygiven to the scholarship fund of 6 o'clock on Monday and Wednes- -
theMichigan State Federation of day, 3 until 4 o'clock on Monday, -
luding Friday, in Barbour Music clubs. Attractive prizes Will Wednesday and Friday, and 10
agyumn be donated by Ann Arbor mer- o'clock every morning except Wed-
chants. nesday and Friday.

ed. I call
because I

that an unfair at-
really didn't mean
but help the Daily

inite committee positions were
,n by the members of the gen-
committee for the Freshman
ant at a meeting held yester-
fternoon at 3 o'clock in Bar-
Gymnasium, with Betty Hea-
eneral chairman in charge,
Miss Grace Richards, organ-a
n advisor, offered suggestions
the method of procedure.
positions, which the girls
according to their own in-
ions, are as follows: Finance,.
1hy Birdzell; programs, Donna
publicity, Jeannie Roberts;
s, Catherine Ferrin; dancing,
hy Felske; music, Margaret
pson; properties, Elizabeth
n; costumes, Sally Ensmin-
norrow at 4:30 o'clock, an-,
meeting of the chairmen
e held in Barbour Gymnasium
he purpose of choosing the,
ers of the various commit-
In connection with this, Miss
rds reminded the girls that
uch as the aim of the Page-
was to foster friendship be-
the members of the Fresh-
class, the chairmen should
represented in their commit-
epresentatives from all the
ent groups of women on cam-
nd not from just a few.
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de of yourse'f and friends
the well known silhouette
7 DayS



.u r wu Y~ wY 1 YA I ~t nitely d c e t a th d te o t e
that anyone that had had so much I decided that the date of the
help pay for it. Now no one needs program will be May 4, at the
to tell me that the riot wasn't funI opening of the new Women's
and that everyone who participat- League building, according to Miss
ed in it didn't have a glorious Ione Johnson, faculty advisor for
time, because I know they did. I Orchesis.
was an eye witness to the famous This entertainment will be the
'riot of tw6 years ago, and every first one to take place in the new
man in it was having the time of theater, of the League building,
his life, he really was. The whole and both Orchesis and the Glee
affair satisfied some primitive emo- Club are making preparations for
tion or something in them that it now, so that it may come as near
was crying for an outlet-and be- perfection as possible. The pro-
lieve it or not that riot was won- gram will be more varied than one
derful. I enjoyed it myself, and if given by either society alone could
I had been a man, you couldn't possibly be, and it will include
have kept me out of it. members of natural dancing alone,
and voice alone, and then several
o 0 in which the two societies will co-
I NOTICE I operate, in which the members of
[ Orchesis will dance to the voice
Tickets for the Alumnae I music.
Council presentation of "The I Orchesis is already beginning to
Vikings" are now being reserv- I work on original problems which
ed at Graham's bookstore. Ann I may be -selected to go on the pro-
Arbor audiences have never be- I gram. Two preliminary program
fore had an opportunity to see I will be given later, one by the olde'
drama, light, and music, the I members, and one by the new in-
three attributes of the stage, I itiates, and from these two demon-
I combined in one great produc- I strations, some of the problems
1 tion. "The Vikings" will be re- I will be taken to make up the dance
membered in Ann Arbor! I prograt to be given in the new
o theater building.
NOTICE In addition, Orchesis will initiate
All women who would like to at their meeting tonight four ne
model in a style show at Hudson's members, Elizabeth Whitney, '30;
in Detroit, on April 6, should call Helen Joy Eberle, '31; Rose Rosen
Margaret Morin at 7717. feld, '32, and Louise Hincy, '32.
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We are showing thousanids of yards of silk as colorful as an Oriental Pageant and
asbatifuasa"l ower bed n e summe time.Featurng ths verr.ne ead
pits hat resembe etropical scenesmdritc prints, and ,atterns ofreae
$2.50 a yard $2.750 a yard








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