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FnRDIAY, MAY 24, 1929

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ORGANIYATONIES Women Have Gained in Purposefulness "Acting Is a Fascinating
U LDuring Regime of President C. C. little Believe," Says M
ANJ0 "In the four years that President man a beautiful thing and she be- "Acting is a fascinating game of
Clarence Cook Little has been as- comes an artist. We are not inter- make-believe," said Miss Elberta
sociated with the university, Michi- ; I Trowbridge. "Even when you take
R .ces, Drill, And Trick Horses gan women have gained immense-- ested unless men put their theories F ,reshmen wtmenW111 Receive into consideration all the hard
Are Events Of ly in purposefulness and straight- " tO action and this is what Presl- Copies Of Riles To Be Dis- work and the time expended, it is
Show forwardness," said Elizabeth Well- dent Little does, he consistently tributed By ran-Hielienlic a pleasure to act"
man in her response for the women forces his theories into realitics, Miss Trowbridge, who is playing
! tSN TAKES qNORS nuetlin Preent winning in this way the amiration FEW CiANGES ARE MADE in "You Never Can Tell" at the
Littlg'sUhon. , of the women's student body.. Be- I___outs
Marianna Joslyn took the honors During these past few years cause we are aware that President Uthe new rules issued by the Of Ten is
in the races in the Pegasus horse President Little has recognized the Little is behind us, sympathizing Use o Ten s C BtDsBel
4laow held yesterday afternoon. In need of dormitories for women. with our aims, we have had the H egulate y D.
addition to these events a mount- Through his constant expression courage to keep on struggling to revisions of minor importance ap-
ed drill and an exhibition of form of sympathy with their aims the attain these aims." pear. These will go into effect this In order to avoid any confusion
were given by Pegasus members. womenof Michigan have develop- At this banquet, probably the fall. The formal period of soror- and misunderstanding about the
:Te horses for the nineteen wo- ;ed confidence in their ability for first all student one held in honor t ushing will begin, according t useof the tennis courts and field
men.entered in the show were pro- self government. In addition an of a retirin edentl th e on teannouncement, on Thursday, ui s o
vided by Mullison's stables. Three advisory system has made a sue- had a very small share in the pr September 2, and continue until facilities on Palmer field, Dr. Mar-
vaudevzle horses which are train- cessful attempt to improve the en- gram of the evening. It was a dis- y, October 4. gaet Bell, head of the Physicaly
ed, t these stables also gave per- vironment in which college women tinet disappointment that Mrs. Educational department recently
idirmaices. 1 find themselves. The carrying Clarence Cook Little was unable to may last has been shortened from has made several positive state-
The women who took part in the through of these innovations has attend owing to a slight illness but 10:00 o'clock to 8:30, while formal hts
mounted.drill. are E. Wagner, C. gained for Michigan women the she was, said President Little, "en- dinners will close at 10:00 o'clock ments concerning them.
Krentler, A. Lambie, F. Conrad, B. respect of university students joying the flowers which the instead of 11:00. Another change On the tennis courts women
Devine, R. Otto, B. Heminger, R. throughout the country. thoughtful committee had sent." in the plans is an increase in the games take precedent over all
Ellis, D. Cox, A. Hardy, M. Nor- Miss Wellman in her talk con- Bs g amount of money which may be others, and the women may request
"ran,M., Joslyn, L. Lee, K. McMur- tinued, "Men can talk to a woman ewteen courses there was group spent for music. that other players leave the courts,
ray, °C; Caple; and D. Lyons. In about abstract things and she singing led by Sidney F. Stright As stated in the regutios, no i necessary. However, agrounds-
addition to these, B. Healy, F. won't understand, but show a wo-- Glee Club quartet gathered on the freshman ma-y keep an engagement man will be maintained on t
Seytel, and G. Mullison took part balcoy ov etigte allroom with a sorority until she has reg- field from 2 toh o'clock every aft-
In the form exhibition.'g f l ~M f~ where the banquet was held sang; stred in the University. courts, so there will be no cm-
The show began with the drill, fl I1ICAS "When Night Falls," joined by the All the social sororities, by vir- erroont r ate theither party
in which the sixteen riders went UIassembly. brure of being members intheiter- Mixed games will take precedent
through numerous formations al- Martin J. Mol set the tone for the sorority organization, agree to ver mens games as D. Bellcon-t
most perfectly, doing remarkably NF\Ill H I U ll evening in his opening statement comply with this schedule of rules, siders that it prom otes skill in the
twice., Donaid Hith o e o nlytPLAYrii-e1 in the past one day -has been se womens games to play them with
well after havn practiced, onL l~UlllIU1 that, "this is no time for proes 'which is isisued every spring. As sides ha it pmothe inth
rid- or condemnation, this is merely a tset men. Nets will be up after church
_ masters, had c ofs hs Junior women who are interested time to pay tribute to a retiringa fo plgng. T te hours on Sundays also,
ed engineer the showJualsohelp in submitting manuscripts for the president who during four years poy, "The men have shown no symp-
e engineer the show. Junior Girls' Play next fall will has been our leader." toms of overstepping their wel-
e first- competit event as meet at 4:15 next Tuesday in the 1 It was with regret that those Acomissued by the PTme, ae shown n s
dsyn tk fir m which MariannadD Board of Representatives room at present listened to the president's Hellenic Association will be dis- fields should be used to their full-
otlaynL~yons second.la Next aD the League, according to an an- last formal speech of farewell at tributed to freshmen women dur-i est extent, but the men should
dnnouncement m.ade by Helen Jones, which so many of the student body ' registration week, in order realize the privilege that is being
egg and spoon race which was also general chairman of the play. could not be in attendance. And it familiarize them with t- system. extended to them in their use of
won by- Marianna oseyn,with Miss Alice Lloyd, adviser for the was fitting that President Little's the women's fields. The same pol-
this event each -ridr held.Iplay, will be present to tell some- last few words should leave with i Indigant at the growth of crime icy of precedents will be followed
tis evepn each rde hel an eg thing of the type of play required -the assembly the thought that in the city of Chicago will cradle its regarding the bsbl imn-
in a spoon and rode in and outfor a production of this kind. Miss spirit he will never really leave own potential deliverer-the su- which the medics and imternes
zlong a row of chairs, first at a Jones states that someone else will Michigan, "I do not leave Michi- per-detective. In two Chicago uni- i have been using. These rules will
alk, then at a trot, the girl who undoubtedly be secured to discuss gan except physically, and to me versities, Northwestern and Chica- remain as they are until it has
The hurdling exhibition which e techcal points connected with Michigan will always be a sweep go police work is henceforth a been found necessary to change
was to be given by a riding instruc play-writing. _f sunset across a great clear sky." part of the curriculum. _ them," she concluded.
tor had to be dispensed with, as -u
$he ground was too soft. After the Appliance Shop Busy
drill and the racing events, the Working For. Cripples
trick horses from Mullison's stables
peformed. They provided lively Business at the appliance shop of
entertainment for the crowd, and 1the University hospital is proceed-
fegasus takes this means of i Ing just about as usual, according
thanking Mr. Mullison for°theirto George E. Curry, who is in charge
USC." there. What business as usual
Dorothy Lyons, who is the rid- tee htbsns suul
ing manager of Pegasus, had hmeans at the appliance shop that
eharge of the show, and was as- wheels are whirring and sparks are
sisted by Clara Caple, Don Hill and mflying, and busy hands are at work
Gerald Engle in putting it on. making over 200 kinds ofbraces
." ~and appliances. RV
Crippled children are fitted with
Woman Has Patented celluloid jackets, frames, braces,
Over Forty Inventions and special shoes, and three little
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of Dramatics in New York Uni-
versity, who was instrumental in
procuring parts for her with the
Washington Square Players, where
she remained four years.1
Since that time Miss Trowbridge
has been with the Bonstelle play-
house in Detroit, but she has not
severed connections with the
Washington Square Theater. She
will go back to Brooklyn in July to
play in "As You Like It," "The
Rivals," and "Tartuffe."
Miss Trowbridge is highly pleas-
ed with the League Theater. 'Itl
is the best equipped theater of its
size that I have ever seen," she
said, "and I'm sure that it is the
finest college theater."
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Game of Make ARTIST EXPLAINS
Miss Elberta Trowbridge UNUSUAL ABILITY
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, start- A story is told of Sophie Bras-
ed her career as an actress six lau, the. distinguished American
years ago when she organized a contralto who is one of the' solo-
company of her own and presented ists on the May Festival pro-
plays in a small theater in Brook- gram. When. asked of her ability
to prepare the title role of an
lyn. Her work came to the at-ten- opera in two days and to learn
tion of the head of the Denart.mnf ...i.i

tELoLnei role in eilghtliour M U a
singer had been working on for
two months, she replied with an-
imation that what one had to do
could always be done; all that is
necessary is concentration.
Miss Braslau admitted that she
had keen powers of concentration
and attributed them to her early
intensive training. "From the
time I was five years old,"she said,
"1 practiced on the piano and
I have studied ever since with in-
tensive and concentrated effort."
E NEW YORK--Entries for the Na-
tional open championship were
closed last night with about 1000
entries. There are a few less than
last year.

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A "lady Edison," is the way Miss
Beulah Louise Henry of New York
has been described. She has pat-
ented and marketed more than
40 Inventions, and -she is business
partner to the lawyer who sells her
inventions.. She is also employed by
a large corporation to invent profit-
.ablej}nays of disposing "of its waste
products.
Miss Henry got the idea for her
first invention when she saw peo-
ple carrying unwieldy, heavy im-
brellas on a rainy day. She went
to a manufacturer in New York
and suggested,"that he make um-
brellas with perforated ribs, to
lighten the weight, and a snap-on!
cover. Seven factory owners turned
her down, but the eighth listened,
and sold $40,000 worth of her um-
brellas within three months.
NOTICESj
Mortar Board will meet this noon1
in the tea-room of the League.
The annual senior breakfast of
Kappa Phi -will 'be held at 8:30
Sunday morning, May 26, in Wes-
ley Hall.

Uoys, eaeh havngL bohlegsa mnpu-
tated, will learn to walk again on
wooden legs manufactured here.
Patients who come to the hospital
helpless, not only have their de-
formities tenlporarily correctedby
wearing these appliances, but some-
times are pernmanently helped.
A meeting of the Board of Rep-
re;entatives will be held at 10
o'clock Saturday morning at- the
League.
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A pocketbook is the ideal
graduation gift and we have
in stoc: now any type, you
could- desire. Materials are
leather, silk and novelty
fabrics. All the wanted styles
and colors, including many
that are modernistic in both
style and color.
Other Things
All Acceptable
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