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Association Heads Urge Women To1
Fill Out Cards In Back
Of "M" Books!
President of all the associations
listed in the "M" book for Michi-j
gan women urge that women, es-:
pecially those who are entering the
University, fill out the ,preferencet
cards for activities which are to bet
found in the back of each "M",
book, and mail them as soon asI
possible to Marie Hartwig, '29,1
Women's League office, Barbour
Gymnasium, Ann Arbor, Mich. Miss
Hartwig will notify the associationsf
checked on the preferenceLards of
any student's desire to work with 1
such an association.
Through the "M" book, which 1
was described in a recent edition;
of the Daily, women are informed
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Choral Union Series To Be Inaugurated Cora Opines
By Soprano, Rosa Ponselle, October 101
My dear, have you noticed how
By R. L. . characteristics of her race. Since worried these poor men are be-;
With the beautiful Rosa Ponselle, "Norma," she has made her name coming at the possibility that some
the brilliant Galli-Curci, and the known wherever music is loved. of their freedom may be snatched'
young but notable violinist Yelly She has played in "Cavalleria from under their very noses. I
D'Aranyi on the Choral Union Con- Rusticana," in "La Gioconda," and mean they really are positively ex-
cert series this year, Ann Arbor is in many others--each time adding
promised unusual treats of femin- to her fame for beautiful singing cited about it. And I've always
ine pulchritude, and musical in- and true genius. She has been been told that men were such cool,
terpretation. given ovations by audiences of calm persons that nothing could
Rosa Ponselle has the honor of from three to five thousand en- excite them. And here they are
inaugurating the series this year thusiasts. She is on concert tour positively running around in cir-
by her appearance here October 1now.. cles about their rights. It must be
10th. Anaoperatic dramatic so-r Amelita Galli-Curci won pro- the same spirit thatprompted the
prano, Miss Ponselle first startled nounced recognition in her teens. revolution.
the world by her brilliant rendi- Since then wherever she goes, she Really, my dear, I suppose you
tion of the role of Norma in the evokes an enthusiasm that is uni- can't blame them. Just think how
opera of that name last October. veral and identical. It is three we women would feel' if the re-
Her triumphathere at the Metro- years since Miss Galli-Curci has ent ecreeduthat we couldn'
politan Opera House New York was been in Ann Arbor but she is ap- wear our ducky high-heeled shoes.
so great that it not only added her pearing on the Hill Auditorium on campus, for some silly reason
to the roll-call of history's most platform October 22nd, the second like their hindering us from doing
resplendent prima donna but called number of the Semi-Centenary An- marathons between classes or
for another performance of the niversary Choral Union series. She
opera in November. is famed throughout the muscial something like that. Or suppose have mid-
A n Am erican by birth but Italian world as the predominant expon- nrae lntro
by blood, she combines democracy ent of Coloratura singing. But night spreads in our room when
in art and thought with a music- there is a personal magnetism we were positively starving to
loving ancestry and the emotional about her that is attractive and at- death u after our boy-friends had
tracting, exclusive of her beautiful brought use home from a date with
Tennis Tournament voice. This is her third appear- absolutely no nourishment what-
' nisT una et ance i Ann Arbor. ever. Just suppose they. did some-
nTeotAherwomanr. sttoa thing like that to us and then ex-
F or Freshmen Will The other woman artist to ap- pected us not to smuggle in guests
pear on this year's series is a vio- -no, no, I mean food.
Open Next Tuesday linist-Miss Yelly D'Aranyi. A What really worries me though,
young Hungarian of ivory complex- is that before long some clever
Plans for a special tennis tourna- ion and ebon hair, she startled male will dope it out that the law
ment for freshmen women to start New York audiences in her debut of average is really to blame for
Tuesday, October 2, are being made in that city last year; and then in all this restriction on masculine
by the Physical Education depart- rapid succession, Boston, Phila- freedom. And then all loyal mem-
ment, and all Freshmen are urged delphia, Springfield, and other bers of the stronger sex will be-
to take advantage of this oppor- American cities acclaimed her. And come confirmed woman haters be-
tunity to use the new courts i in the continuation of this eqn- cause as feminine liberties are in-
Palmer Field, and to gain points cert tour of 1927-28, London, Rot- creased, they will have theirs de-
for their group. terdam and Madrid bent to the creased. And that, your will agree,
Eohei roun rnfivemagic of her bow. Miss D'Aranyi would be a most deplorable state
Eachp contestant will earnfiveis a musical virtuoso of the first of affairs. I mean if the men were
points for her group by merely en- rank and will play for Ann Arbor all woman haters, it would be too
tering the tournament. Fifteen audiences February 20, 1929. bad.
points will be given to the losers ofaudiences February_20,_1929._bad.
the semi-finals, twenty points to
the losers in finals, and the win-
ers will receive thirty points. T eCosy Corner Tea Room
All Freshmen interested in en- IS NOW OPEN
tering this tournament should sign 330 Maynard
up on the bulletin board at Bar- LUNCHEON 11:30-1:30 DINNER 6:00 7:30
bour Gymnasium before Saturday
noon. Further instructions for the


The existence of campus organi-
zations, embracing a variety of in-
terests, offers to freshmen and
other women an opportunity to en-
ter into congenial work at the Uni-
versity in addition to their acede-
mic programs. These societies in-
clude dramatics, literary clubs, de-
bating groups, athletics, and mu-
sical societies and membership in
them is by tryout or scholarship.
The dramatic societies offer the
greatest number of' opportunities.
Mummers, Comedy Club, the latter
open to both men and women, and
Junior Girl's Play are the organiza-
tions which come in this group.
The Junior Girl's play is open only
to junior women, but any junior
woman who is scholastically eligi-
ble may try out for a part. In addi-
tion to the speaking parts in the
play there are places for over 100
women in choruses which feature
dancing and singing.
Mummers produces plays for its
own meetings and also furnishes
programs for meetings of Ann
Arbor organizations that desire
such entertainment. Comedy Club
produces plays throughout the year
for public performances.
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