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"--I IN'SOCIETIES ARE ACTIVE; ARRANGE A1 SOPHOMORE WOMEN Hockey Awards Will '(
PROGRAMS FOR NEXT MEETINGS ALUMNA OF MICHIGANSwomen who have Be Made At BanuetE
: 1111 IIU 10 llL L I "Where But in America" by '30, Elizabeth Quaife, '30, Dorothy
Oscar Wolfe will be presented by Twiggs, '32, and Leonore Twiggs,
Mummers dramatic society at an '31.
PTIjfl T open meeting to be held at 4'
o'clock this afternon at Martha Senior Society Plans Party
Cook building. Members of Senior Society en-
DR. CYRIL HAAS WILL SPEAK The cast of this play will include joyed the theater party, given
ON "MICHIGAN MEN ABROAD" Dora Vandenburg, '30, Jeannette Monday night at the Rae theater,
AT ANNUAL DINNER Dale, '31, and Florence Frandsen, so much that they have decided
'31. Helen Workman, '30, has di- to compose a scenario of their own
FACULTY WILL BE HOSTS rected the play. Any one who is and act it out as part of the en-
interested is invited to attend this tertainment for the annual party
Ten Different Nationalities Will meeting. given to Wyvern and Mortarboard
Be Seated At Each Table And f the second semester. A meeting
Wear Native Costumes Athena Holds Initiation will be held at 7 o'clock next Mon-
Athena held its annual initia- I day evening at Martha Cook build-
Invitations are being sent out by tion banquet at 6 o'clock Tuesday, ing for the purpose of appointing
the World Fellowship committee of Nov. 20, at the Haunted Tavern, committees and perhaps even de-
the Women's League and the Stu- Aletta Morton, '29Ed, was the toast ciding upon the hero and heroine.
dent Christian Association to all mistress. Lois Webb, '29, gave the All that is known definitely thus
foreign students in the University wlcome to the new members, and far is that Edna Mower will be the
forteInstuenatsinalThansivrity Florence Clement, 30, responded. pianist.
for the International Tpianksgiving Thricp__parwCalG
"dinner to be held at 5:30 o'clock on The principal speaker was Carl G.
Wednesday, Nov. 23, at the Union. Brandt of the speech department. Portia Plans Tryouts
"This function is the sixth an- He told about the history and A parliamentary drill char-
~ nua on o is the ive for future of Athena. Miss Odina 01- acterized the last meeting of Portia
nuforeignestudets," ad Beinafrson. S. M., dressed in Norwegian literary society, which was held
:; freign students," said .Bettina costume, sang a group of Norwe- Tuesday on the fourth floor of An-
Bush, '29, general chairman of the gian folk songs. Catherine Shan- gell hall. The society plans to hold
brfging tog has foriast aimcethe non, '31, gave some piano selec- tryouts for debates in two weeks
year in a brilliant and colorful tions. Jean Currie, '29, was in and Helen McComb, '29, will be in
compariy all these students from charge of the banquet. charge of the debates. A discus-
other lands with the faculty and The new members of Athena sion of debating will be held at
nterested townspeople." are: Shirley Alcott, '32, Fay Bar- their next meeting.
S Tables, at which about 200 guests rett, '29, Florence Clement, '30,
w aillbeseated, will be arranged in Dorothy Fenel, '30, Rhea Goudy, REM11111
fore stets l e a r in thecos Leor, c H'3Ood k Edna GNichsn IA M N TED
reJshape of a peacock's tail. Ten 3onard, 30Ed, Edna Nicholson,
ign students each in the 1cos-
tumnes of- his own country will be i
seated at each table with a mem- Rig t Use OfColor
ber of the faculty and his wife IJNO BA C CLS
acting as host and hostess to them. In Theatrical Dress
Every student seated at these ta- The dancing class which is being
tles will represent a different Is u ect Of Talkconducted twice a week to prepare
country which in the belief of the juniors for the Junior Girls' play
committee. will stimulate in at tryouts has been well attended this
least some degree a sort of. small How to use the correct colors in tfall according to Camilla Hubel
"league of nations" and will in it- designing theatrical costumes was: chairman of dances. Between 60
self aid the students in getting ac- shown by Mrs. Ross Bittenger at a and 75 women have been present
quainted with each other in foster- meeting of the Michigan Dames on ad ec pate, he reprs
ing good will among them. Monday at the Faculty Women's at each practice, she reports.
Martin Mol, '30, will act as toast- clubhouse. Exhibting a color chart, Juniors who have not yet attend-
master of the program which will Mrs. Bittenger colored with chalk ed the practices are still welcome,
follow the dinner, and the main the fourteen characters of a four- Miss Hubel states, and she adds
address will be given by Dr. Cyril teenth century morality play, writ- that if any of them feel that they
A. Haas, a graduate of the College ten by Constance McKaie, giving can not get along fast enough in
of Medicine of the University in the reasons for using each color. the class she will be glad to help
1904. Since 1913, Dr. Haas has She explained that the principal them individually. The class meets
been in Turkey where he has aided characters are always in morel at 4:45 o'clock on Mondays and
in the organization and develop- vivid and conspicuous colors than Wednesdays in Barbour gymnasi-
ment of the America Hospitals and the subordinate ones, who are um and is usually dismissed by 5:30
Clinics at Adana, an ,institution dressed to blend with the back- o'clock. Those who attend are
which treats more than 50,000 ground. In the play the two asked to wear bathing suits and
?cases annually. The topic of his pages, being unimportant char- low-heeled shoes.
talk will be "Michigan Menacters, are dressed in red to fit in Tryouts for the play are to be
'Abroad." .with the setting. held in December shortly before
The committee for the affair is "Costumes of characters oppo- Christmas vacation. The advan-
headed by Miss Bush with William site in feeling are complimentary, tages of the dancing class as a
Palmer, '29, acting as subchairman while characters in harmony with preparation for the tryouts are
-..and head of the arrangements each other wear a sequence of many, according to Miss Hubel.
committee. John M., Brumm, '31, colors," Mrs. Bittenger stated. "If "The girls are limbered up and get
VIs in charge of finances, while the leading lady has a yellow cos- wind, besides learning to kick and
Margaret Dusseau, '30, and Martha tume, the villain should wear vio- do some of the standard dancing
Choy, grad., are joint chairman of! let, the opposite on the color steps," she says.
the host and hostesses committee. chart." Miss Hubel has had a great deal
Valborg Egeland, '30, will take care She showed that costumes har- of training in dancing, having stu-
t of the invitations and Homer H. monize with the character. "Expe- died for a number of years in De-
Grafton, associate secretary of the rience" in the play is represented troit and also in New York under
i Student Christian Association, will as coming down from the hills, and
be the adviser for the dinner. therefore wears a green-blue cos-
'' '"The faculty and the townspeo- tume, with the misty violet of the Rain Water
ple who- are interested in the for- hills. Shampoo
eign students are cooperating in
acting as joint hosts and hostesses Notices Hair, Eyebro, Eye Lash
.-of this dinner," Miss Bush stated, Scientific Scalp Treatment
' "for they feel that by doing so a . Finger Waving, Marcelling,
spirit of friendship and mutual There will be a special meeting Hair Cutting
understanding between the faculty of the executive board of W. A. A. Facial, French, Russian,
and students from foreign lands at 5:30 o'clock tonight at the field General, and coarse
' may be fostered." house. pore treatment.
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Margaret Sherman To Give Speech
As Feature Of Press Club
IS ON PITTSBURGH PAPER
Margaret Sherman, women's o
editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Ga-
zette, will be the only woman
speaker at the convention of the
University Press club of MichiganSPOSTER
iwhen that body meets here this
week-end. She is listed to speak at
9 o'clock Saturday morning, and
her topic will be "The Woman
Graduate in Journalism."
Michigan women have a special First award in the poster contest
interest in Miss Sherman. She is conducted for the benefit of the
herself;, a Michigan graduate of Sophomore circus goes to Ruth Van
the class of '27, and received the Tuyl and second to June Fosler.
McNaught gold-medal award in Three members of the architec-
journalism in that year. This tural school, Frederick Aldrich,
means that she had the best schol- John Bates, and Myron Chapin
arship record for four years in the finished judging the posters yes-
journalism department. terday.
Since her graduation her record As it was announced at the be-
has been one of rapid rise in the ginning of the contest, the winning
field of journalism. In the fall fol- design will be reproduced on the
lowing her graduation, she applied handbills to be distributed about
to the editor of the Pittsburgh the campus, and it, along with the
Post-Gazette for a job. The two other posters which were submit-
papers, the Post and the Gazette, ted, will be displayed in a number
had just consolidated and many of State street store windows.
established reporters were losing Ruth Van Tuyl and June Fosler
their jobs. "If you can sell your- will receive corsages on the open-
self to the women's editor we'll ac- ing night of the Circus.
cept you," Miss Sherman was told. The ticket sale for the circus
She did. will be handled through the dormi-
She was first given charge of a tories with a general sale in Bar-
shopping column which she ran so bour gymnasium a few days be-
creditably that she was soon pro- fore the opening matinee and dur-
moted to editor of the women's ing the performances. There are
club news. Then, before she had five performances scheduled, mati-
been on the paper a month, the 1 nees at 3:30 o'clock Friday and
women's editor left her job vacant Saturday afternoons, and evening
and Miss Sherman was promoted performances both nights at 8
to that post. Now, besides having o'clock. A special showing of the
charge of the entire woman's de- circus for children of school age
partment on a large city paper, she will be given at 10 o'clock Satur-
also conducts a signed column cal- day morning.
led "Tea Table Talk."
Since attaining her present posi- u
tion, she has had several very
flattering offers with substantial! Le Worth Beauty Shoppe .
increases in pay, but she has pre- 30e
ferred to remain with the Post- 300 S. State St.
Gazette for the purpose of build- (Cor. Liberty and State)
ing up her department. PERMANENT WAVING,
Tarasoff, Albertiere, and others. MANICURING,
For the past five years she has SHAMPOOING
been teaching dancing in the Eve-I =FINGER WAVING
lyn Livingston Smith school of = Mrs. N. M. Hitchcock, Mgr.,
dancing in Detroit. Her specialty Open Evenings Dial 2-1411,
is toe-dancing.W~ m HM m
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A most beautiful group of new winter hats just unpacked.