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MAY 8 IS DATE ELE.i.TARTIST'S CHARM EAR RORCHESIS AND GIRLS'
FOR GOLF MEET IS IN ORIGINALITY STO SHOW DEVELO!
STheIntra-mural golf tournament MITITMCracits in apperance, the ps-h s dhU ryGr
1iAz For all houses and sororities will be sU[lessor of a magnetic personaity and M, Glee Club in their program to be whi
SELECTED B ~1 A. AgieTlmon May 8, Kathryn'McMurray,! ll IL~~Iw1~ I n h nvriyGrs
'31, in cay f Kan entertainer capable of provok- given next Saturday at the opening all
Gertrude Smith, Margaret OhLson, announced. The tournament is open Women Will Fill General Offices ing her audience to spontaneous; Three more games of the Intra- are anxious to show in Leagueomis- the
And Frances Bielby Head Ito all players, including those who' For Next Year's Junior laughter through sheer charm of mural baseball schedule were play- tic form the development of expres- pro
Major Sports are not very skilled. Campus elig- Girl's Play her presentations, is Cornelia Otis ed off vsterday afternoon. Betsy sion through music and the dance, the
lbili-ty is not in force. Every house - Skinner who will present her own Barbour House played Kappa Alpha They are presenting this program Aft
OTHiER OFFICES ARE FILLEDmust have at least two players in DEAN LLOYD TO SPEAK character sketches to an Ann Arbor Theta at 4:00 o'clock and won by with the hope that people will look gar
order to get 25 intra-mural points. .-the largest majority of the after- at it as serious and lovely, and at gre'
Appoitments for managers of The number of entrants from each lection of committee chairmenaudience tomorrow ght Hil noon. The score was 12 to 5. There the same time instructive. Cli
the various sports were made f house is unlmited, however. The I Eext years Junior GirlsPl Auditorium. was no exceptional playing and The first number presents a chant In
the. coming year by the Women's winners of the contest will play the will be held at a meeting of allI This young woman might well be many of the players walked the which the dancers will do in rhythm serv
athletic-association at a meeting of golf teams of the various women's Sophomore women at 4 o'clock called a unique figure in the theat- bases. to show the period when music and gro
the'executive board yesterday afto clubs of Ann Arbor. I Wednesday at the Women's Field rical world, for rather than be de- Alpha Phi lost to the Delta Gam- dance are not yet art expressions. will
ernoon. The three major sports i A meeting of all those who are House, Doris Densmore, '31, l -pendent on those properties gener- a spirite of 12 there t.Iwas Orchesis in this presentation.Newith vak
wil be managed by Gertrude Smith,s ioe-a'sbayy, a me ofnd2 to 8 .tB rwas arThe Glee Clb whi ll oe rat with akh
'i bemanagedbyGertrudy will hrbeh, oclock Wednesday, May 1, at Bar- has announced. ally associated with the stage i the much enthusiasm displayed. is shown the period when art ap-
'30, ho will have charge of hockey, o bour Gym. There will be a discus- The offices to be filled at the lay mind, Miss Skinner achievesI The Chi Omega's played Delta preciation is simple and the love of pre
and FrancesoBielby, '30, baseball. sion of the time of starting, and in- election include those of general true artistry with such meager set- Delta Delta at 5:00, winning the nature predominates. It is a pas-
Managers were also appointed for structions will be given. chairman, assistant chairman, bus- tings as a table, chair, and a shawl. close game by a score of 14 to 13. toral number to illustrate balance the
the minor and individual sports.A players from every house and iness chairman, publicity chair- I It is because of this total lack of The teams were about equal and and form. Early Greek games in led i
The ofice of archery manager will soriy are urged to come out for man, properties chairman, and artificial distraction that the au- the interest and competition were rhythm follow. Then comes the the
be filled by Margaret Eaman, '31; i__sevent.chairman of programs. The v'm- dience is carried so completely away bacchanalia which represents theThe
bowling, Dorothy Birdzell, '32; en elected to these offices will form to the realms of Cornelia Otis Skin- A small but enthusiastic audience beginning of the degredation of art
dancing, Dorothy Felske'32; golf, HONOR SOCIETIES ithe general committee, which will ner's fancy. The sun-beaten trop- watched all the games Then, as in the history of all art, itl
Kathryn MicMurray, '31; outdoor! BREAKFAST later appoint the chairman of ical beach of "On the Beach at Lineups las tome netu e Whis pre
S sports, Jannet Micheal, '31; riding, dancing, music, costumes, and ush- Barbados" gleams so brightly under i Betsy Barbour Kappa Alpha leads t the next number ehich pre
Betty Healy, '32; rifle, Helen Nicol, ~ ~ers. the intensity of Miss Skinner's pres-'House Theta makes the beginning of aescetism. ban
30; Mortarboard, one of the women's Candidates for the elective offi- tehnteity o M Tiedancing is next carried from The
'32; tennis, Louise Cody, '30 and honorary societies, which every ces will have been named by Wed- setaton hatvno longer oes one F. Miller G. Coan rituals into the church. Carols are wh
track, Ruth Marshall, '31. year cooperates with Wyvern and nesday by a nominating commit- see the black velvet drop, but only B. Carpenter M. Anderson sung by the Glee Club and inter- his
These officers, with the elective Senior Society in many of the cam- tee made up of Helen Jones, '31, agains the hardpackvesand.ating . isonc. Trowbridge preted in dances by Orhesis.lead
officers who were chosen by a gen- (pus activities, entertained the. mem- and Frances Novy, '31, the two in a moment the audience is trans-
eral election early in April, will be bers of the other two societies with; Sophomore representatives on t he ported to the vivid realities of a M L Norman E. Grinnell
istalled at the annual installation atreasure hunt and breakfastlast Board of Directors of the Women's cold mid-western railway station AL.MNormn E. re
aledgiven at the end Tunay mornng. League, and one other member of with "Snow-bound in Iowa", such F. Pearce A. Davisro
of .the baseball season and which The party had originally been the class chosen by them. Further is Miss Skinner's power. B. Smither H. Hartman
The officers of W. A. A. for nextCleverly written directions were to floor. Ski's sketches that is respon Chi Omega Delta Delta Deta D j IN T
year are Dorothy Touff, '30, presi- be given to each girl guiding her to Miss Densmore will introduce two sible for the great joy which they iM. Sibley J. Marshall
1. dent; Arliene Heilman, '30, vice her 'chest of gold', which would speakers at the meeting, Dean Alice bring to the audience where ever R. Bishop P. Fast
president; Dorothy Griffith, '30, sec- prove to be an orange, then an out- C. Lloyd, who will speak on the presented. This talented daughter B. Leroy M. Sargent
retary; Elizabeth Whitney, '31,' be doors breakfast was to have standards of the Junior Girls' Play of the great Otis Skinner has stu H. Burrill A. Underwood Here are the daintiest of underga
Streasurer; Doris Renkenberger, een served. The ra spoiled a land what she hopes for it, and died life in all of its phases and the M. Muffley D. Flynn for our wardrobe - in man
intramural manager; Helen Dom- e eais f h plans, but Louise Cody, 30, general chairman competent, completely realistic way IE Howard B. Covert r -
ine, '31, point recorder, and Esther the treasure hunt was successfully of this year's play.. IE. Giesler A. Graham v oc
hewihselrsnshe mrs1 aitos fctadtrimmings.
- Anderson, '30, publicity manager. held, although cut a little short. The meeting will then be turned dons never fails to charm. Her of-' H. Krye qaityns mat and lovely
s,_IThe hunt ended at Marie Hartwig's over to Cynthia Hawkins, '29, chair- ferings are fundamentally human quality, sheer materials and lovely t
MICHIGAN STATE.-A pickle ;home on Geddes Ave. Miss Hart- man of the Judiciary Board. Mem- and as such are possessed of a University of Indiana.-Declaring
packers' short course, the first of wig, '29, is a member of Senior So- bers of the Board will conduct the) wealth of joyousness and good fun. a truce for an evening, the law and have resulted in lingerie that yo
EI its kind in the United States and, ciety.,balloting.Ms Sk e i edica students of Indiana will
N¢ perhaps in the world, is the latest! n informal buffet breakfast was those littleepises hich ak uforget their traditional feud long admire. The excellent aorkmans
snoaini h otclua e vda isHrwgshm n hs iteeioe hc aeu
MnosatHon in theicg ltlde-artwig home NOTICES her repertoire and thus it isobs enough to meet fraternally under them isures a perfect and comf
DeX0p'arthient of Michigan State. stead of outside, and was followed sil o ah efrac o be one roof. This good fellowship will ft
Girls' sus from past Junior Committee chairmen under cen- a highly individualized one and to i take the form of a jointly sponsored fit.
;1WGILL UNIVERSITY.-A con- Gl plays. The senior women tral committee for Lantern Night impress the spectators with the dance, and is intended to become
ference between the business girls gave antake-off on For the Love of must get eligibility list in toda sympathetic bonds existing between an annual affair. Dance Sets, Teddes, Sps andN
Pete"heY.W . .an c~l w-and the juniors on "For-muts i oa. mphecbodeisig________________Sis
Sof the Y. W. C. A. and McGill o ward March". jF University Girl's Glee Club will Cornelia Otis Skinner and her
1 tim e s The t f disus It has been an annual hold an important rehearsal at characters.$ 9
I fteethree scecustm. 1 4:30 today in Sarah Caswell Aingell o -4 F rhts ta r
was "Some Educational VaVlues of ore rach societies to 3Hall instead of at the School o . IMPORTANT I For hats that are
SCollege and Work Experience. entertain the other two at some M
t o ~o time during the school year, 1us1c. di f e ntI
_teginningmeednindtyschylar.Sigma Delta Pi, honorary foren- Wyvern ill hold a very impor-tk
Be ggWednesday, May 1, ll_________i U
the Alumnae Council office will CONSTANTINOPLE. - Feminine sic sorority, will meet on Thursday I tant meeting this afternoon at 5 1 MJuySomntafPeaer
be in the new Michigan League ! beauty no longer comes by the afternoon, May 2, at 5 o'clock, at o'clock at Barbour gymnasium. O PleHatd
j Ibuilding instead . f in Alumni pound in Turkey. New fashions of the Pi Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan.,i Everyone must be present. Nom nC
.1 Memorial hail. The new tele- i going unveiled have created a pref- The pins for last year's members ;Iexcuses will be accepted. i.227 S. State95
:phone number will be 2-2595. erence for wonien with comely fea have come, and it is very important! Margaret Bush.
tures. that members attend to get them. o
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A Strings . . Supplie Dawn Donuts
a Repairsr e .The Partner for
er for all Musical Instruments ! 1u ofe
Schaeberle & Son at Breakfast 4 Days - MAY 22, 23, 24, 25, 1929 - 6 Concerts
MUSIC HOUSE Our Bismarcks and Raised 3
110S. Main St. nd at all the stores g HILL AUDITORIUM - ANN ARBOR
____8 and restaurants
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GLEE CLUB
PMENT OF DANCE
fter this comes the renaissance
ch marks the breaking forth of
arts. Dance expression followed
servative lines and was taken to
courts. At this point of the
gram, a lovely court dance shows
sophisticattion of that period.
er this is shown an 18th century
den dance. Out of the ballet
w the opera, and here the Glee
b sings the Faust Waltses.
a contrast to this time of con-
atism the folk dance has been
wing up in the country side, as
be represented by a Czechosa-
ian folk dance by both Orchesis
the Glee Club.
nding the cycle is a number ex-
ssing the folk song caught into
city life. Individualism is mold-
nto the whole city group, and all
spent energy has been in vain.
rhythm of the machine age is
ied into the era of syncopation
h the hectic frenzy and .loss of
simplicity and sincerity of ex-
ssion. Humanity is groping its
ds for an outlet of expression.
dance arouses wonder as to
ther there will be peace after
modern age. Thus the program
Is up to its second part.
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ERIC DELAMARTER Guest Conductor
JUVA HIGBEE Children's Conductor
Edith Mason Soprano
Chicago Civic Opera Company
Jeannette Vreeland Soprano
Distinguished American Artist
Sophie Braslau Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
Marion Telva Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
Richard Crooks Tenor
Premier American Concert Artist
Paul Althouse Tenor
Metropolitan Opera Company
Lawrence Tibbett Baritone
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Richard Bonelli Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company
Barre Hill Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company
William Gustafson Bass
Metropolitan Opera Company
Josef Hofmann Pianist
Polish Virtuoso
Efrem Zimlaist Violinist
Hungarian Master
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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