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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

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FIRST [EADVEPFROSA PONSELLE THINKS ANN ARBOR
AUDIENCES ARE MOST APPRECIATIVE
WILL- B1, iirinTODYII "You can tell what I think of gram to another because she had
ULi TilAnn Arbor by the number ofken- to be back in New York withina
cores I gave," said Rosa Ponselle short time since she had been
Day afetheconcert Wednesday night chosen to open the Metropolitan
Game Dy'topeeEiecd!a Hi uirlum , nnriiir.qiithi +vnr rhe nn,

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In Decorations, Music, Eats,
And Entertainments
TO BE FOOTBALL PARTY
Entertaining all women on cam-
pus today for the first time this
year, the Women's league will give
a "football" party at 4:15 in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall at Barbour
gymnasium. The committee in
charge o fthe affair is planning
for a larger party than ever be-
fore, since League parties will have
to be few and far between this
year, through a difficulty in secur-
ing dates for them.
No men are invited to this party,
but otherwise all the essentials of
regular "game day" atmosphere
will be in evidence. In emulation
of Michigan's Varsity, some clog
dancers will dress up in football
uniforms to entertain the assem-
bled multitudes,, and the orchestra
will play all the football "hymns"
available during intermission.
Rumor has it that the chunky
little drum major whom a Daily
reporter caught in rehearsal of
Gordon Packer's stuff the other
day was only practicing for an ex-
hibition performance at today's
League party. Of course, even ru-
mor can sometimes go wrong, but
usually it is found, to be more reli-
able than the truth itself.
Venders of peanuts, hot dogs and
cider will also come. to the party.
Their cries will be realistic, of
course, but more welcome to the
average ear, since they won't real-
ly be selling their wares, but ex-

She had just come into her re-
ception.kroom after her last encorel
and was busily autographing pro-
gram after program with occasion-
areplies to various comments. She
had a cream-colored shawl thrown
about her shoulders and signed the
edge of each program in a large
sprawling dash-"Rosa Ponselle."
"Every time I come I love the
place more," Miss Ponselle contin-
ued. "The audience is so appreci-
ative and the acoustics of the au-
ditorium are so excellent that one
can modulate one's voice to any
degree. And I enjoy the audience
here so much," she reiterated.
Miss Ponselle added that she
was so busy on the concert stage
that her time was spent mostlyin
traveling from one city to another.
Tuesday night she had sung in
Detroit and came to AnnnArbor
only about a half hour before the
program time. Her accompanist,
Stuart Ross, she said, had been
with her for seven years.
Miss Ponselle remarked that she
was rushing from one concert pro-
hibiting them. This is a party,
you see, and not a pay-your-way
entertainment.
Sarah Caswell Angell hall is to
be decorated with goal posts, white
lines, banners, pennants, linemen,
and even yellmasters, perhaps.
There will be roon for everyone,
and sororities, dormitories and or-
ganized houses are especially in-
vited to bring their new members,
that they may be introduced to so-
ciety as early as possible in the
course of their college careers.

v, jJe.'LC s .eCaJn year. 1 niLJnews
was received just within the last
week. "And," she added, "it was
a very great and pleasant surprise
to e."a
President Little Is

To Address

Women

'WYVERN BEGINS
OF BLUEBOOKS I
Wyvern, honorary j unio
will open its annual sale
books for the benefit of t
en'w league next week. T
of the regular procedure
year's program forWyvE
j the means which that org
has adopted to help swellt
of the Women's league.
According to Dorothy'
'30, chairman of the com
charge of the bluebook
society has an unusually 1
ply of books on hand th
Those league houses, do
and sororities which agr
distributing points for t
books will be asked to call
supply at Barbour gymna
cash deposit is requiredf
houses.
As has been the custo
past, bluebooks will also b
able at the candy booth
versity hall. There will
sizes to be sold for five c
three for ten cents, respe
Subscribe, to the Michig
$4.00 the year. It's wor

S ODaily Bulletin o
r society, ALPHA PHI LOSES
of blue- OPENING GAME TO
he Wom- Z T
his is one ZETA TAU ALPHA
s on theI
ern and Zeta Tau Alpha defeated Alpha
anization Phi in the first Intramural hockey
the funds game of the season on Palmer field
Wednesday, by a 1 to 0 score. The
Woodrow one point was made in the first
mittee in half minute of play, and though
sale, the the Alpha Phis threatened their
arge sup- opponent's goal several times later
his year. in the game, they were never able
rmitories, to overcome the lead. Cassidy, who
ree to be scored for Zeta Tau Alpha, was the
the blue- outstanding player on the winning
for their team.
sium. A At the same time, a strong Chi
from all Omega team defeated, the team
from Adelia Cheever house, 5 to 0.
,m in the Led in their scoring attack by
e obtain- Hillman, the Chi Omegas made
in Uni- four of their points before the
be two first half. During the second per-
cents and iod Adelia Cheever tightened her
ctively. defense and allowed only one goal,
_ with Hawley playing an outstand-
an Daily, ing game.
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President Clarence Cook Little
will talk to the women of the Uni-
versity at 7:15 on Tue., Oct. 16, in
the ballroom of the Union, discuss-
ing some of their every-day prob-
lems from an administrative point
of view, and also explaining some
of the newer educational policies
pursued by the University this
year.
Mass meetings of the entire
membership of the Women's Lea-
gue are only held twice a year, and
the meeting on Tuesday will be the
first of them for the year 1928-29.
Yale has abandoned its honor
system at the request of under-
graduates and will return to the
system of examinations supervised
by the faculty. This happened be-
cause of the great amount of cheat-
ing under the honor system and
unwillingness of other students to
report it.
weetl'and
for
Refreshments
and
Toasted
Sandwiches
~ All Kinds of
Hallowe'en
Novelties
Assorted Nuts

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of Sportswomen
IWomen Golfers Are
Practicing For Team'
With the hopes of developing a
golf team next spring, over 25
women are practicing every Mon-
day and Wednesday afternoon at
4 o'clock. From now on the prac-
tices will be held at the University
course instead of at Palmer field
where they have been the past
few weeks.
Both beginning and advanced
players are turning out for prac-
tice, and occasionally the profes-
sional golfer from the Barton Hills
course will be on hand to coach,
anyone who wishes instruction.
Mrs. Stuart Hanley and Prof. Thos.
C. Trueblood, who are interested in
the progress of the women golfers,
will also assist in coaching from
time to time.

THETA SI'GMAPHI
PLANS CONVIENTION
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary journalistic sorority' for jun-
ior and senior women, met Wed-
nesday to discuss plans for the
convention of .the Michigan Inter-
scholastic Press association which
will be held here Oct. 18, 19, and
20.
Heretofore the sorority has not
taken any very active interest in
the convention, but this year they
have prepared an extensive pro-
gram. They have planned to or-
ganize tours, taking small groups
of girls at a time, through the new
Michigan League and the W. A. A.
building.
Friday morning Mary Ptolemy
will conduct a discussion, trying to
interest the high school girls in
taking part in the various activ-
ities open to women on the cam-
pus.
Friday afternoon Theta Sigma
Phi will co-operate with Sigma
Delta Chi in entertaining the boys,
and girls together. The form of
entertainment has not yet been
decided.

Subscribe to the Michigan
$4.00 the year. It's worth

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it!

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Men's Sox, assorted styles, 49c Pair

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CALL BY NUMBER

Long-distance telephone calls cost less and take less
time to complete when Station-to-Station service is used.
By giving the number of the distant telephone, you facili-
tate the operator's work and speed your call.

DIAL «0"

Freshie !-
Think this over .
across the hall. . . across
the campus . . . everyone
will notice your new Jac-
queline Modes and give
you a vote of approval.
And votes are so impor-
tant this time of the year !

when calling the following nearby points by number:

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down .......Street,
wear a pair of the spor-
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Patent kid and Black lizard
combination-a new idea in a
street shoe, which fits ever so
cleverly.

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Open on Friday and Saturday
nights after 11:30
for guests at Union dances
Special Midnight Lunches
Now located at

when calling any other point.
For information regarding
numbers, dial 110 and ask for
operator.

out-of-town telephone
the Toll Information

Patent Leather, with an ap-
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in brown kid, one of the finest
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Jacqueline Modes Sell at
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