100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 27, 1928 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-09-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

aTHE MICHIGAM.,

DAILY

1THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I ml TAMM

.I5 -

3

den, Cathredral Window Glass To Give Feminine
Grace And Delicacy To Half-Completed League Building

i

HOCKEY TEAMS HAVE
NEW PRACTICE FIELDS
All four classes can be accom-
modated at one hour for hockey
practice at Palmer field this year,
since the completion of the three
grassed hockey fields. Regular class
practises will be held at 4 o'clock
on Tuesdays and Thursdays
throughout the hockey season.
Attendance at the regular prac-
tises will be carefully watched
this year, and Miss Laurie Camp-
bell of the physical education de-
partment says that no woman is
eligible for class hockey unless she
attends at least 7 of the 10 prac-
tises this season. Even if it rains
women are expected to report at
the Field house for drill and in-
struction in technique.
Following the hockey season this
year, the hockey spread will be
held at the Field house on Oc-
tober 18.
Class hockey practise will be held
at Palmer field this afternoon at
4 o'clock, but attendance will not
be compulsory until next week.
Class hockey managers for 1928
are as follows: Louise Cooley '29,
Margaret Sibley '30, and Roberta
Reed '31. The freshman manager
will be selected from the number
of freshman women who report
for practise.
If any further information is de-
sired, women should call their
class managers. The assignment
of classes to fields will be printed
in the Daily: early next week.

,

Martha Cook Staff
Has New Directors
Martha Cook Building has two
new members heading its staff this
fall. They are Miss Ethel Gordon
Dawbarn, social director, and Miss
Alta Atkinson, house director. Miss
Dawbarn fills the place of Miss
Elva. M. Forncrook, who was social
director of Martha Cook Building
for three years. Miss Atkinson re-
places Miss Alice Graham.
Miss Dawbarn is a graduate of
Columbia University. Before com-
ing here she served in the scholar-
ship and fellowship department of
the Institute of International Ed-
ucation, and for the past two years
she has been field secretary for the
Open Road Inc., which works in
connection with the Student Fed-
eration of America. She has spent
two summers in Europe with groups
of students who went on the Open
Road tours.
The new house director, Miss At-

NOTICE
The general committee on the
bringing of "Porgy" to Ann Arbon
will meet at 4 o'clock today in.
Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
The management invites anyone
interested in helping to make this
event a success to attend.
All women interested in working
at the candy booth are asked to call
Dorothy Mapel, dial 21616.
The boardof .governors of Betsy
Barbour House are being entertain
ed at dinner this evening at the
dormitory.
London has recently brought the
stage a new version of the Faust
legend under the title of "The Re-
turn Journey."
kinson, comes to Martha Cook from
a position as assistant manager. at
the University of Washington Com-
mons in Seattle. She is a graduate
of Montana State College

The New Wome n's League Building
glass is to be found in the Union. ing itself, active planning is al-
It is generally conceded that ready in progress in regard to the
transparent cathedral glass gives shrubbery for the grounds. Dr.
an effect of greater delicacy. The Eliza Mosher, 75M, first dean of
glass which is ready to be installed women in the University, has don-
in the building, was manufactured ated a very unusual weeping beech
by the Linden Company in Chi- tree, the root tree of which is own-
cago. ed by the city of Flushing, New
Will Have Auditorium York. Two Monroe nurserymen
Until a comparatively recent date have promised to furnish the
in the League's campaign for shrubbery for the garden to be
funds, it was doubtful whether or The new Michigan League build-
na ted Torm thing mad te ing will end a project started 40
added.- Two things made theyerag.
building of the auditorium possi- years ago.
ble. One was the pledge for $50,- The history of its develop-
000 taken by the undergraduate ment from an idea to a concrete
women, and the other was a gift of structure is too well known to
$50,000 from an anonymous source. Michigan women to bear repeat-
This auditorium will seat more ing. President Clarence Cook Lit-
than 700 people, while the size of tle, upon the occasion of the lay-
the stage may be determined from ing of the cornerstone~of the
the sketch, which shows the audi- Michigan League in March, 1928,
torium wing at the extreme right. expressed in words a hope 'for the
Not a ray, of daylight can enter future, "The visualization of hu-
the ,auditorium, for even the sky- man ideals - often takes the form
light required by the 'Fire Commis- of bricks and mortar, while the
sion will be made 'of copper rather ideal itself, spiritual in. prgan and
than glass. eternal in duration, uses the build-
In addition to the detailed plans ing so created to enlighten the
that have been made for the build-j lives of thousands of people."

'" - a
, ,
,.
- '4\ '
. -. , '.
..
.. . ,.. i -...

I

?It|11111111111111Itlt11I1 I1lllllillt111lliili
o Le Worth Beauty Shoppe
300 S. State St.
Cor. Liberty and State)
PERMANENT WAVING,
MARCELLING, FACIALS,
MANICURING,
Mr.SHAMPOOING
S Mrs.N. M. Hitchcock, Mgr.
EOpen Evenings Dial 2-1410
:llliflllllilulllllllllil IllillillillIllltl

i
r
r
I

e
M
Y
M
i
M
W
M
i
V
Z
M
r
r
Y
t
1

:1 1111 111111{11!1
Cleans and Press
Your 3-Piece Su
S--and DoesitW
Our new "Cash and Carry" plar
Lhe same quality cleaning an
' which our patrons have enjoyed
Still further, these new lower
allow you to be well dressed at
Remember: Our branch across
Majestic is open until 8:00 in t]
Hats, cleaned and blocked...
Wool Dresses..............
Dresses,' to 10 plaits.........
WHITE SWA
LAUNDRY CO.,]
Detroit at Catherine
Across from the Maje
(Open 7 a. m. to 8 p.
I llil11n in ll ne il nlull nll ul llllllll u

~es
it
ell!

PANSY JOHNSON-Contralto
TEACHER OF SINGING
Graduate University School of Music
Pupil of Horatio Connell, Philadelphia
S904 S. State St. Phone 4685 E
: loti 1111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 1 IiU1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 w

n gives you
d pressing
for years.
prices will
all times.
from the
he evening.
.$1.00 up
.....$1.25
LTD.
stic
in.)

1

~~11

Itllit111litt1l111|iillli lilliill11l11t~ I1 I 11111111 I11111111111111111111tilll
_ c
Style Quality Value Service
I- -
Beautiful Fabrics . . . Broadcloth.. . . Frostella
Suede . .. Velu. .. Luxurious Furs . .. Pointed
Fox . .. Baby Seal . .. Wolf . . . Vicuna . . . Black'
- Brown . . . and popular colors.
$25 to $85'
= ~ We extend to you a most cordial invitation =
to visit us at your convenience. Please feel
= free to conme 'in at any time.
0r
I--
221 So. Main
Second door from Liberty St.
- WOMEN'S WEAR

i

..
..
+ / ,I
~ A''
' ,
. -
. + ,,
0 _ ., - .,
t'= i
i

A

new
line

tof

Fall Shoes'

~70OO

In this new line of shoes you will find individual
models of fine workmanship. See the new oxford
in patent leather for town wear.........$7.00
There is a stunning pair in black patent leather
with lizard vamp and quarter. Two-hole laces,
high heels...........................$1.00
An interesting new medium heel pump of plain
satin. This also comes in black suede with an
attractive steel buckle..................$7.00
The one-strap shoe is popular this fall. In, this
assortment of $7.00 shoes is a tan calf, also a
pair in patent leather, with onct strap......$7.00
New pumps in patent leather with high heels,
beautiful for evening. .............$7.00
Besides the new line there are other very dis-
tinctive models for $8, $9 and.........$10.00
(first floor)

I

I

Y Y ' '

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan