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SATURDAY;FEBRUARY 23, 1929

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Gift Collection, Grand Pianos Unique Theme To Be Letters Written By Open Road Women
Have Been Given To League Building Used In Choruses Of Relate Unique Entertainments Abroad' FIVE TEAMS REMAIN
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10 l iI 1[U D E I lU I Gift suggestions. for the interior in memory of Mrs. Florence Wil- Entertainment bydistinguished George and Lady Adam Smith at
of the Women's League building son Hall. The other in the Kala- Arabs, touring Rome with Fascist their home. Lady Adam Smith is
have been obtained from the arch- mazoo group, was given by Mrs. Enthusiasm over the prospects students, dining with a Scottish a grande-dame of our story-books,
RUTH E. MARSHALL HEADS itects in order that the finishing Caroline Kleinstuck, one of the old- of "Forward March," a travesty on lord and lady, wining and dining their house and garden most
STAFF EDITING NATIONAL touch of elegance and refinement est living Michigan graduates, in wo a ewith German students are just a charming."
ATHLETIC MAGAZINE ' may be achieved consistently. The memory of Maud M. Cutting. Pian- war and women and the 25th an- few of the pleasures of the gRome is reporte as follows in
articles and their prices may be os are still needed in the assembly nual Junior Girls' play, is being European trip which ten Michigan the letter of a University of Wash-
FIVE WOMEN TO ASSIST obtained from Mrs. w. D. Hender- hall, auditorium, and Edith Foun- demonstrated by those who have women, who are taking the open i ington student, "The student guides
son at her office in Alumni Memor- tam Hussey room. watched the choruses rehearsing road tour, this summer, according were most attentive. There was
Publicational hall. Dr. Buckley of Chicago present- to reports of women students who no trouble these young men would
pp I Among the gifts suggested were ed a rare gift collection from In- have taken this trip before not go to to make us see Andun-
As Second Product of Local lanterns for the cloister, and the aia. The cabinet will be placed in tion of Camilla IHubel, chairman .. . i . destn their ci 'td tn nf
W. A. A. Women north and south entrances Es- the Alumnae room with the chairs of dances. Writing of their visits inSpam derstand their city and heir life.
and Morocco, a Randolph-Macon Rome was unique in our exper-
pecially designed by a Chicago firm, and davenport which complete the Working with choruses larger student says, "We were enter- ience. We were royally treated.
Ruth E. Marshall, '31, has been they would shed a welcoming glow set. Such gifts are of unusual in- than any used before in this pro- tained at dinner once and at tea Wetaxied everywhere, had a pecial
.appointed editor of the "Newslet- of hospitality to any guest. terest and grow more valuable with duction, Miss Hubel has endeavor- several times by distinguished guide whose knowledge of Rome
ter," by Betty Smither, '29, pres- Mason and Hamlin grand pianos time. ed to develop personality in the Arabs." saved us much time and taught us
ident of the W. A. A. The "News- are being used throughout. Two A radio set would allow concerts, dancing. The choruses are carry- Smith College women wrote from much. To him and two of his
letter," is the annual publication have already been given, one in Operas, and lectuees to be received ing out a unique theme, and she Heidelberg, "We had a pleasant friends we owe an evenin at Ostia
of the Athletic Convention of the Grand Rapids room by Mr. directly. It would be placed in the aims to make each woman embody ride from Heidelberg to Freiburg. and a drive and lunch at Frascati.
American College Women. Brinton Hall of Belding, Michigan, assembly hall or banquet room. the spirit of the particular chorus There met by students, taken to Indeed, we crammed into three
Miss Dorothy Colby of the Phy- It is hone tt Michiganrartists of which she is a member. The the Freiburg Hof, given a most and a half days in Rome some of
sical Education department, and Women Save For and those interested in art will largest chorus this year numbers lovely dinner, wine, etc., which the best things and a few unfor-
+ Dr. Bell are faculty advisors.l I contribute paintings and etchings 1 22 members. i we were told was the hospitality getable- memories, for instances,1
Betty Smither, as president of the Annual Carnival to beautify the lobby. Other sug- 2 All of the dances which are to of Freiburg. I am so glad wei the Forum in the light of the set-,
i W. A. A., is student advisor. Those -- estions were firesets, electroliers, be used in "Forward March" have stopped in Germany-the girls ting sun and the Coliseum by
girls already appointed for Miss Saving pennies is going to be the and a vellum-bound record book in been worked out by Miss Hubel have liked German students and moonlight. In Venice we had in-'
Marshall's staff are: Frances E. chief campusrsport, both ido orwchthe names f alcontri herself, who has had much ex- many old prejudices have been 'teresting student contacts. Three
Rayburn,' 32, who is business man- and outdoor, e ne ew wee - perience as an instructor of danc- overcome." young men took us to a dance at
ager,. Mary Louise Beehymer, '31, in preparation for the Penny Car- graved. Those who wish to give ing. She has taken lessons from An excerpt froni .the letter of the Lido and again to swim there
who is in charge of the feature( nival to be held March 6 in Bar- smaller gifts will find an oppor- Tarasoff and Albertieri in New another Smith College woman All spoke English and proved amus-
article and K. Lucille Lough, '32, bour gymnasium. The maximum unity o present silver or dishes York and has been on the staff shows more of the delights of this ing and 'typical.'"
Marj orie E. Follmer, '30, and Jane amount which will be charged at Orders must be sent through the of the Evelyn Livingston Smith trip, "Dinner at one-a most inter- A Randolph-Macon student writes
E. Inch, '32, who are helping with sorority and dormitory booths Alumnae Council office, school of dancing in Detroit for esting motor ride to Burns' Cot- from Italy, "This afternoon we are!
the editing. will be the munificent sum of one the past five years. tage, tea in the garden, near the to be received by Mussolini him-
Last year's issue of the "News- cent. And so the pennies are be- DR. NELSON TELLS In drilling the cast and choruses Burns' monument, home just in self."
Ltears ised o ginning to rattle in pockets and Miss Hubel has been assisted by time for a quick supper and off for
le.Ttter," was, edited by Corrine L. jp
S;Schwartz,',also a student of pocketbooks, and will continue to ABOUT EDUCATION rgina Losee and Herma Gra a dance at the Students' Athletic JOURNALISTIC PLEDGES
ichgnsNx ers suewldo so and to grow in amount (we ___ bowsky, who will also appear in 'building." tu
be edited by a Michigan student hope!) until after the big event. Dr. Ernesto Nelson, Director of the play as leaders of some Aberdeen is revealed in the fol WEAR PAPER WSTUMES
Tand then the editorship will pass The Penny Carnival is one af Secondary Education in the Argen- of the choruses. The choruses are lowing letter, also from a Smith
on to other schoolsar fair which .no one aver misses ontine and President of the Argentine practicing daily from 3 to 10 student, "We arrived atAberdeen On the Louisiana State Univer-
.'Tepitthtaegigtbeaccount of being poor! Greenbacks !.'lck l.f etray ah !a :5 p. in, were met by five
is The eonecessary!re Theretowillbe ontArgeUniedcates soens'clock.uAll ofryeterdayeWash-Alpta7:
is are ar necessary There will be Misson to the United States, spoke o s birthday, was spent in in- students, dashed to our hotel, had sity campus, three pledges to Alpha
ar stesdi hngebohthwvr frteKappa Chapter,,of Theta Sigma
days, W. A. A. meetings, intra- convenience of those more fortun- ;through North American Eyes" at tensive drilling, and there was a dinner, unpacked, dressed in our Phi, honorary journalistic colleg-
mural activities, special events, ina e on is ohoe mre otuvn 4:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon. rehearsal of the first act by the best for a reception given by Sir! late fraternity for women, showed
W . A. A. and th e feature article. m etals oles than copper Come n College wom en in'x the Argentine entire cast. According to those - ___heir co orsbl ck nd whit , when
who A.rA.cand.thecfeaturetarticle their colors, black and white, when (
The nature of the feature article and br or tanmer. C specialize in many different kinds o were present at the tryouts, NOTICE they appeared in frocks fashioned
will not be disclosed until the'a bg your pennies! of courses and professions," said from which the present cast has from newspapers of almost every
magazine itself comes out. Last Iota Sigma Pi, national honorary Dr. Nelson. "Perhaps more women been chosen, the dancing talent The American Association of Un- city in the state. The black and l
C year's feature was a. letter from fIt im i ainlhnrr enter the field of medicine than! i of the junior women this year'
'f retrrmchemicalsocietyforwomenheldenerhwemdnasmumoreabunantth a iversity women will meet at 3 white frocks had tight waists and
1 Helen Wills, America's tennis ace. its alr scety frd w eeld that of any other profession. I! was much more abundant than n o'clock Saturday, February 23, at full skirts.!
Te"esetrcoeouinisregular meting Friday evening, nestn;ht lotasmn revious years.Newslettercomesoutin
Ap Nw tercmsotnFebruary 15, at the University hos-' udersandthat almos0unsttashmaydanpyearswh. ret e a-Betsy Barbour residence. Prof.
l";~April of each year. It was first' bur 5,a h Uiestyhs!have enrolled in schools of dentist-! The dances which are to be car- es abu eiec. Po.suet fLln tn
published in magazine form in the pital. At 'this time, Dr. Margaret ry. We have many women who are ned out in "Forward March," in- Earl V. Moore will give an illus- Women students of Leland Stan-
year of 1922. Up until then it had DW Johnston, research assistant to in training nov in our universities F slude eccentric, tiller, an tap trated italk on Carillons. The ford University are planning o
'just been a typed letter. Dr. Louis H. Newburgh, of the hos- t become lawyers, and as many routines. There will be a large Fellowship Committee, with Miss take action soon on the proposed
The Athletic Convention of pital, spoke on the subject of "Wa- more who expect to become expert I number of feature dances, one of Martha Guernsey as chairman, will abolition of sororities there. No
American College Women will ter Exchange in Metabolism." s en- which will be a toe seaact as hostesses. definite stand has been taken.
Ameicn oleg Wme wil ____________chemists. Others are studying e- wihwl b o pcalty by'___
iet in Ann Arbor in the spring gineering, although they seem to Miss Hubel. _ __ __ _____
m n iof 1930. MRS. HOOVER MA Y 'be more interested in the theoreti-
- cal and mathematical angles than A new walking course has been
CHANGE CUSTOMS in the actual work of the labora- inaugurated at Vin na University.
UTA AT INDIANA tores.Largenumbers of them go The growing number of street ac-
WILL STUDY IN GERMANY' A "perfect hostess" is the way into the study we call Philosophy cidents has induced the authorities T h-i
Mrs. Herbert Hoover, the new first: of Letters, to make a new branch of education}
Slady of the land,is described in an "We have five national universi- in traffic laws. Pupils will be.- 1
The entire staff of the Music article by Corrine Rich, Universal ties all of which are co-education- taught how to 'walk, cross the street -
school of the University of Indiana service staff correspondent. Being al," Dr. Nelson continued. "On the and avoid the dangers of modern: **jg C c
u' is going to Germany next summer a cosmopolitan, well-educated, cul- average there are about nine thou- traffic.
Tat the invitation of the Bavarian tured, an "official" hostess in sand students in a university. I' _ _ _ _ _
government, to take a summer Washington as wife of the secre- would say roughly that about ai .
school course at the State Academy tary of commerce, and one who third of this number, or less, are S nup
hof Art i Munich. Ten students of enjoys meeting people, fit the pres- women,. ..
the school will go abroad for th ident-elect's wife well for the job "Besides these national universi-.
course also, sailing on June 15. she will assume on March 4 Miss ties there are many normal schoolsRY
Performances of the operas of Mo- Rich thinks. throughout the country." Dr. Nel- for all Musical Instruments- Y hd
zart and Wagner will be given in The writer asks if the new pres- son told particularly about one for spring. Fashioned o
Munich by special arrangement for called the Normal School of Lan- i-l '!ket weave and novelty s
the course. Credit will be given for ident siesubodinatalhe guages, to which only women are c aeberie & son '( l'"" "Lavish fur trimmings
attending these operas, or for other personal desires and time to e admitted. All courses are taught r
I many social duties which come Iamte.Alcussaetuh
I courses to the extent of six semes- 'with that office and take most of in the language to be mastered, MUSIC HOUSE f 1'Many neatly tailored w
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Competition in the intramural
basketball tournament is keen as
the semi-fihal round of games is
reached. Over twenty teams were
entered in the tournament and this
number has now been cut down to
the five remaining.
The tournament was played in
two parts, a preliminary one in
which each team played three
games. Those teams which won,
two of the three, entered the sec-
end part, the elimination tourna-
ment. Fifteen teams remained to
enter the second part.
Paired in the semi-finals are Al-
pha X1 Delta and Kappa Alpha
Theta. Their game will be played
at 7:15 Tuesday night. The Mar-
tha Cook Venus team is also en-
tered in the semi-finals, but it has
not been determined yetbwhether
it will be opposed by the Betsy
Barbour team or the Kappa Kappa
Gammas. Both these teams played
tie games, and when they meet,
on Monday, at 4 o'clock, the deci-
sion will be made as to the entrant
in the semi-finals.
The final game of the tourna-
ment will be, played on the night
of the Penny Carnival which is
being given by the Women's Ath-
letic association and which will
take place on March 6.
Spectators are welcome to attend'
any of these games. They are fast
and well played, and have attracted
many onlookers.
The Women's Boosters, a senior
honorary society of Ohio Wesleyan
has put a formal petition in
the hands of the National Coun-
cil of Mortar Board. The Boosters
have been petitioning Mortar
Board for several years, and there
is every indication that their ap-
plication will be favorably -received
now. If the petition is accepted,
installation of services will take
place in April.
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