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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

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"JUNIORGIRLS "'START
*PRACTICES__FOR PLAY
Special Dancing Class Will Meet
Twice A Week Preliminary
To Final Tryout
TRY PLAN SECOND TIME
Women who expect'to try out for
the Junior Girls' play this fall are
urged to enter the dancing class
which is to meet for the first time
on Monday, under the direction of
Camilla Hubel, '30, chairman of
dances. This class will meet twice
a week and is intended to help the
prospective tryouts to "limber up"
for the strenuous practicing which
will come later when the cast and
choruses have been selected.
The class is scheduled to meet at
5 o'clock on Monday in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. The second prac-
tice will be from 4 to 5 o'clock on
Wednesday. All those who attend
are asked to bring bathing suits
and low-heeled shoes.
Members of the cast and choruses
of the play will be chosen from
among those members of this dan--
ing class who try out later, accord-
ing to the play committee. Every
woman who wishes to have a part
in this major activity of her class
is, therefore, urged to take advan-
tage of the training offered.
The idea of a dancing class for
preparing tryouts was a new one
last year. It was found to be so
successful in connection with the
Junior Girls' play that the plan
was later adopted for the Freshman
pageant.
Dramatic Society
Elects Members
Eleven women have been invited
to membership in Mummers, wom-
en's dramatic society which held
second tryouts, Tuesday, October
18, in the Adelphi rooms, Angell
hall.
Initiation for new members will
be held at 4 o'clock Thursday, Oc-
tober 25, at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house. Those who will be taken
into membership at this time are,
Eleanor Warkinshaw '32, Mildred
Podd '32, Mary Ann Holmes '30,
Jeanette Dale '31, Doris Polk '32,
Elaine Frost '30, Frances Thortont
'32, Virginia Scott '32, Dorothy Mc-
Dannel '32, Violet Bidgway '30, and'
Jane Webster '30.
COLLINS SHOPPE OPENS
WITH EXCLUSIVE MODELSP
"Exclusive But Not Expensive" is1
the motto of The Collins Shoppe,
newest campus store for women.
s Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Collins, owners
of the store, were formerly em-

First Women's Dean I
Dies After Illness!

WEEK END PARTY
BEGINS TONIGHT
For the second social event of
the year, the Symphonic League is
planning a house party for this
week-end to be held at Wilcrest
cottage, Dorothy Wilson, '31's sum-
mer home on Portage Lake. This
is another "get-together" affair at
which the new and old members of
the league will have a chance to
become better acquainted.
The girls will leave at 5 o'clock
this afternoon on buses and are to
return tomorow afternoon. Din-
ner will be at the cottage and there
will be dancing and general enter-
tainment afterward. . Miss Hunt,
Director of the University Girls'
Glee club, will lead the girls in
group singing. Saturday morning
will be devoted to general sports,
followed by lunch at the cottage,
and the return will be made in
buses late in the afternoon.
Mrs. Bacher, Dean, Miss Hunt,
faculty member of the School. of
Music, and Mrs. Ayres, Secretary to
Mr. Moore, will be the chaperones.
Several other social events, being
planned for the future by the
Symphonic League, were discussed
at the committee meeting held last
night, and these plans will be
presented at the next general
meeting.
WILLIAMS-Women at William
Jewel College are not allowed to
have their telephone calls more
than two minutes.

Team Will Play
Golf Tournament
At Barton Hills
Members of the newly organized
University Women's golf team, will
meet at nine o'clock tomorrow
morning, at Barbour Gymnasium
to start for the Barton Hills course,
where they will compete with a
team comprised of women from the
Barton Hills golf course, in- their
first tournament of the season.
Arrangements for the tournament
have been made by Mrs. J. H. Sis-
sel, of the Barton Hills golf club,
who gave invitations to the uni-
versity women.
The three members of the team
are Katherine McMurray, '31, Ger-
aldine Wilkinson, '30, and Jean
Kyer, '31. These women have been
selected from fifteen members of
special practice class which meets
Monday and Wednesday from 4 to
6 o'clock. This whole class has
been very fortunate in having the
expert coaching of Mrs. Stuart
Hanley, champion golf player, and
the members of the team, especial-
ly have profited by it.
Notices
Tryout manuscripts for Chi Delta
Phi, national honorary literary so-
rority, must be in the box at Bar-
bour gym by Monday, Oct. 22, as
has been previously announced in
the Daily Bulletin. The manu-
scripts may be of any length and
on any subject.

Dr. Eliza Mosher
By the death of Dr. Eliza M. Mos-
her, '75 M, on Wednesday, Michigan
lost on of its most notable alumnae,
and one who had been of great1
service to the University. She was
the first dean of women in the lit-
erary college, serving in that ca-
pacity from 1896 to 1902.
Dr. Mosher was one of the first
women to be graduated from the
Medical School, and her influence
has been positive in opening the
medical profession to women. In
1916 the Eliza M. Mosher Loan
fund was established by a donation
of $100 from the New York Alum-
nae association. Additional con-
tribustions to date total $594, and
interest accrued brings the present
amount of the fund to $696.50. Of
this sum, $571.09 is now available.
The fund is intended for loans to
women students, special considera-
tion being shown to those in the'
Medical School.
In June, 1927, Dr. Mosher paid
her last visit to the University. She
then turned the first spade of
earth for the new Women's league
building which is now almost a'
reality. Her death on Wednesday
at the age of 81 terminated an ill
ness of a year's duration.
ployed by Mack and company, Mr.
Collins having been buyer for the
ready-to-wear department for a
number of years and Mrs. Collins
buyer for the millinery department.
The Collins Shoppe is located on
the corner of Liberty, and Maynard
streets. Its interior is artistically
arranged and decorated in a color
scheme of pale green and ivory,
with a touch of black.

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