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RTflhll [) |1K Sophie Braslau, Soloist At H ill Auditorium, IhhLI\f NINE ( | MT VO TE CH ANG E H ORSE S HOW N
IR SA IdU iLiVH fTWIN Is Ranked As One Of Foremost Contraltos'JUfIURN ILL iUII IN CONSTITUTION I


May Festival Artist Consistently As a child she set her heart on be-
Wins High Praise From coming a piano virtuosa and her
A. Press Critics talent for the keyboard was really
pronounced. However, even then
It is a rare singer who has re- her singing voice was so extraor-
TO TAKE BALL TITLEceived such consistently adulatory dinary that her teacher insisted
press notices as Sophie Braslau, one that she abandon the piano for a
WINNERS POUND BALL HARD IN of America's most famous contral- vocal career. She first studied un-T
FINAL FRAME TO tos, who will appear at Hill Audito- der Sibella It was not long before
WIN rium this evening as a soloist on the her voice came to the notice of
first May Festival Concert program. Metropoltian Opera company offi-
SCHWARZ ALLOWS 17 HITS Critics vie with one another to ex- cials and her first appearance was
press their admiration for her rich a triumph. One of her most strik-
voice and personal charm. "The ing apperances was the creation of
Erraids ally That ClinchedThird Caruso of contraltos," the "Shu- the title role in Cadman's "Shane-S
y ie d mann-Heink of the younger gener- wis" at two days' notice.
Leagueie ation," some have called her. Ac- Soon after her operatic debut,
Putting seven runs across the cording to others, her voice is like however, the concert stage beck-
plate in the smashing third frame a cello, a celestial choir, a oned Miss Braslau. Her success was
of the final baseball game of the Rembrandt," or an "Organ. One so sweeping that she decided to de- p
intramural tournament this after- critic summed it up in two words- vote her time wholly to recitals and a
noonZeta Tau Alpha sunk Alpha a gorgeous contralto." appearances with symphony orches- I t
w Epslon Phi 9-7sto take the insra-'. Braslau was born and edu- tras. In the matter of language Is
mural championship.fG cated in New York City. Her par- alone she is very unusual, for she i
Despite their poor showing in the ents, both of Russian birth, en- sings with perfect diction, in addi- o
first two innings, each of which couraged and stimulated her artis- tion to her native English, inV
- netted only one run for the Zeta tic impulses from her earliest years. French, German, Italian, Spanish,
Tau Alpha's, they staged a remark- Russian, and Hebrew, some of hera
able comeback in the winning third. O HOHld Archery songs in ancient Hebrew beingo
A. E. Phi had chalked up four runs among the most remrkable she
in the first section and three in the Tourney on May 23 does. She ranks foremost amongD
second with little difficulty, while (_the present day artists. t
y their opponents were erratic, both M
in their offensive and defensive Minnesota Challenges Six Schoolsh
playing. They let four A. E. Phi To Participation In W. A. A. 'Newsletter'
runners score in the first, and three Meet Comes Off The Press. t
in the second inning without being info
able to make the proper connec-bFwn thetams ournet Apropos to the Athletic Confer- t
tions with the bat themselves. between the teams of Minnesota, ence of American College Women a
However, in the third inning the Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois which will be held here next spring,! a
Zeta Tau Alphas started out like and Michigan will be played on the local chapter of the athletic or- 8
clockwork, smashing long hits outJnet Michael31ro ganization recently published the
into center field and missing no op- anetMhel,'31,lmanage'fNewsletter, which is the conference f
po tunity to score. The first four r hhmeet. eacht eam playng publication put out each year by g
in the batting line crossed the plate on its own field. Minnesota is the various chapters, to give a sur-, a
with no outs, then after one runner challenger in the contest. vey of the doings of the members.
had been tagged on third, three The A. C. A. C. W. is an organiza- h,
more, completed runs. A. E. Phi A cobi round wi ec payed tion of the W. A. A.'s from 184 col- w
errors were responsible for the lat- 30-yard, 4 and 5ard at leges throughout the United States. a
ter three runs. In the last half of lyance. The participants from This year the University of Michi--W
the third inning, A. E. Phi threw ihl. M pA Jg is president because the na- e
away their last chance to score. Michigan will be Mary Ann Joslyn, tional conference is to be held here, g
The first two hitters were out as '31, Myrtle Gei'isch, 32, Minnie Hl- next year. Ruth Marshall, '31 is the
they slid to first, then with a run- on, '30, Eileen Brown, '3SN, Kath editor of this issue of the News- t
" ner on third the next in line struck:letter.
" out. The winning team will get a lister, '31. Dorothy Touff, '31, new president In
cup at the banquet tonight. I of the W. A. A., has extended a wel- m
Require Prisoners come to the delegates here. Several
New York Women To Meet Standards other leading women on the campus i
Ne ok W m nTo Me$tn a and Dr. Margaret Bell have con-!f
Open Club House J tributed articles regarding the!Wz
Prisons are becoming more and year's activities. The magazine also V
A new evidence of woman's posi- more exclusive every day, accord- includes interesting features about
' tion in the. business and profes- ing to a report from Alderson, West .various colleges and universities a
sional world is found in the con- Virginia. A woman dependent throughout the country. a
struction of the new 27-story resi- must qualify to become a prisoners
,dence building which has just been at the new industrial institution Eileen Bennett, England's nearest.
opened by the American Associa- there, according to a letter recently equivalent to America's Helen Wills,
tion of Women in New York City. sent to district judges and attorneys will be unable to accompany the
It is a magnificent building with its by the Department of Ju'tice. WEnglishWightman Cup team to.
six roof gardens over-looking the Any woman who is incorrigible, a Forest Hills, because her mother is'
Hudson. The club members them- psycopathic, or mentally unbal- unable to go and her father
-'selves sold $3,500,000 worth of stock anced may not be sent to the new has forbidden Miss Bennett to go,
for the $7,550,000 undertaking, rais- prison. TheAttorney General has .unchaperoned by a member of the
ing the rest with a first and second power to transfer such cases. family.
The public rooms cover a space I
5 larger than in any other building
* of its kind in New York City. There The Best Permanent W aving, $10.00
are all sorts of rooms designed for1
meetings, receptions, and the like,, Expert Hair Bobbing
and on the main floor an audito-Ho
rium where a motion picture ma-oneor Apponment
chine will be installed. Phn 33fr ponm n
The achievement is remarkable in
view of the fact that the association M ilady's Beauty
beganonly 19 years ago as a vaca-
tion committee for self-supporting 209 South State
0I' women. The organization acquired!
41 a clubhouse which it later sold at
0 a profit of $100,000. The present11IH III I flllllllllll 111t111Ei(111 I
43 membership, under the presidency,- I
. 0 of Miss Anne Morgan, includes 1831
lines of endeavor. ZeCCecoslovak Art Studio
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fli All women who are intending ,
LASS CHMPORevisions Include Addition Of to enter the Pegasus horse show
Ex-Officio Members To should be present at theIT 0[HL O VT
10 TM IDflLIAMFUT! F lflEBoard Of Directors mounted drill practice to beIL
held at 4 o'clock this afternoon A nA 7T9... n ~


V uu NITE I[RU Changes in the Constitution of at Mullison's stables. This will W. A. A. 'TOA araerl
the Women's League will be, voted 1be the last opportunity to join And Award Baseball
' at a men guof heilB.otd of 'those who are to take part in Numerals
THIRD YEAR TEAM D E F E A T S upon at a meeting of the Board of this annual riding event. Former
FRESHMEN BY SINGLE Representatives and the retiring practice is not required. CHOOSE ALL STAR TEAM
POINT Board of Directors this afternoon. 0- - - 9
The changes proposed have under- Closing the intramural baseball
League Increases
SOPHOMORES ALSO WIN gone a year's trial, according to the ,Dining season and inaugurating the new W.
}custom of the League, before actual! Dinng Facilities A A. officers, a joint W. A. A. instal-
adoptionD n F t a. A. Ana
Seniors Are Unexpectedly Defeated The suggested changes include Durmg FestiVal lation and baseball banquet is being
By 6-5 Score In Fast Game the addition of ex-officio members held tonight at 5:30 in the Women's
Of Good Baseball to the Board of Directors, provision Announcement has been made by Athletic building. At this time the
for a Conference Committee in case Mrs. W. D. Henderson, secretary of awarding of the class numerals and
In four interclass baseball games either board vetoes the action of the Alumni Association, that the small and large "M's" will take
layed yesterday, the juniors man- the other, for vacancy of any ( man asembly room of the League place. For the first time the new
aged to stage an upset, and gained elected office of the Board of Direc- !building will be used for a dining 1000 point award will be presented
he interclass baseball champion- tors and for the vice-president of for sportsmanship and leadership
hip. The seniors were unexpectedly the League, and for the Undergrad- room from Wednesday, May 22, to as well as f hr outstanding athletic
and soundly beaten, 6 to 5, in spite uate Campaign Fund Committee.,Sunday, May 26, n order to accom- ability. The all star mythical base-
of the fine pitching of F ances One section of the By-Laws shall1modate the many guests here for ball team will also be announced.
Miller. be omitted entirely, and the chair- Meay Festival. As has been the tradition' in the
The first junior win was gained man of the Travel and Welfare The League is anxious to accom- 'past, the banquet will be a formal
gainst the freshmen with a score !.committee shall be the delegate of modate all of its members at all! dress affair, and Edna Mower's or-
of 8-7. Esther LaRowe, '32, gave a the National Federation of Student times, and is making this change in chestra will furnish the music for
rood pitching performance, while Affairs and shall make arrange- their interests. The usual main dancing between courses. The cor-
Dorothy Marshick, '30, aided her ments for publicity of the Geneva dining room will be used during the mittee chairmen will consist of Al-
eam considerably by making the Conference and the summer work festival period for a private dining bertina Maslen, '31, chairman of
nly two homers of the game. The for girls in Chicago, if the alter- room. The many large parties be- programs, Elezabeth Wood, '31, of
igh spot of the game came in the ations are accepted. ing given this week make this plan decorations, and Betty Healy, '32Ed,
ast half of the last inning. With House rules at the League during seem feasible. invitations.
wo players out, bases full, and the dances there will also be discussed It is announced, by Mrs. Hen-
reshmen needing only one run to at the meeting this afternoon. !derson that the cafeteria, formerly
closed to men before 8 o'clock in' Notices
ie the score, the third player hit;
hard ball, which was caught as! University Tour is 'the evening is now open to them at
fly, ending the game with the - all times. Unlike the rest of the House groups and individuals
-7 score. ! CaunCelled This Year building, the cafeteria is open to' who have donated books to the J.
_____nmen unaccompanied by members. ( H. Koessler library of the League
Sophomores and senio s put on a Plans for an Open Road tour this ! The unusually large demand is re-H. havesanropportuyity to Lau
ast game, distinguished by the y mnii r-will have an opportunity to auto-
ood field-work of the sophomores year to include Studentsand faculty sponsible for this new accommoda- !graph their copies between 3 and 5
:odhl-oko h ohmrsmembers of the University have had ; tion. 1 o'clock this afternoon in the library.
,nd the senior pitching. Elizabeth to be given up, due to the inability ; Since the opening of the new Owing to the fact that classes in
Wood, '31, made the only two of its leader, Miss Ella B. Rawlings building, and the consequent appre- the School of Music will not meet
homers of her team in this game, of the Physical Education depart- ciation of its possibilities by its vis- during the May Festival, there will
hile Frances Miller, '29, made the ment to make the trip. itors, applications for memberships be no meeting of the Freshman
nly homer for her team. The Both Miss Rawlings and Miss have been coming in rapidly. Every Girls Glee Club today.
isnWirt bsey combaytion, pitch- Beatrice Johnson, one of the ad- undergraduate woman is automat-
r and first base, played some really visers of women, and who has a ically a League member, but mem- Miss Adeline Reis, sixteen-year-
keen interest in the Open Road berships are still open to those old high school sophomore, re-
The seniors, with two men out in tours, hope that there can be a trip alumnae who would like to pur- jcently won the oratorical cham-
he third inning, made a three-run next year. chase them. pionship of the Hawaiian islands.
wlly b hil l d fll n tzn fh tro l-- re.. 'Vi- -1 .- :- 4- :.

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May, Au coui not s op thne vic-
orious sophomores. The lower class-
muen outshone in fielding.
There was no noteworthy playing
in the last two games of the day,
reshmen vs. seniors, and juniors,
s. sophomores. ihe seniors werej
whitewashed by a 10-3 score. Esther
aRowe showed some real pitching
again. Junio:'s gained an early lead
nd kept it, taking the game by a
core of 10-8.

The Open 'Road plan is to visit
students in European universities
and to be entertained entirely by
students. The trip is conducted by
representatives of the Open Road
central office.
Many American colleges are of-
fered the opportunity to make the
trip each year, but unless a quota
of ten is filled, the offer is with-
drawn. A large number is desir-

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