WEDNESDAY, DECtMBER a ' 1928
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1928 PAGE FIVE
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SENIOR WOMEN HONOR1I Cora Opines IWMEN
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SPEAKERS LAUD HER WORK
IN BEHALF OF WOMEN'S
GIVE TESTIMONIAL BOOK
Mortarboard President Tells Of
Her Share In Campaign
In honor of Mrs. W D. Hender-
son, a formal dinner was given last
night by Mortarboard, Senior So-
cety, Wyvern, and the Board of
Directors of the Women's League.
There were about sixty people
present in all, and the guests in-
cluded Mrs. W. D. Henderson, Mrs.
Clarence Cook Little, Mrs. Arthur
Vandenberg of Grand Rapids, Mrs.
W. 0. Houston ofrJackson, Mrs.
Max" Winkler, Mrs. Shirley W.
smith,;Miss Grace Richards, Mrs.
Archibald W. Diack,,Miss Margaret
Elliott, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss
Lloyd, Miss Anna Lloyd, and Miss
The dinner was planned to honor.
Mrs. Henderson who in little more
than three years was able to bring
Michigan women to a consciousness
of the value of a buildirg that will
be a club for women as the Union
is for men. Under her administra-
tion, one million dollars was raised
and plans for the finest building
of its type were created.
Mary White, '29, president of the
League, introduced the speakers,
the first of whom was Hilda Mary
Evans, '29, president of Mortar-
board, who indicated in round
numbers the material impetus
given to the campaign under the
direction of Mrs. Henderson. She
was followed by Marie Hartwig, '29,
president of Senior Society, who
spoke for the women about to
graduate, and who will know the
building only as alumnae. Mar-
garet Bush, '30, president of Wy-
vern, then expressed the apprecia-
tion of present and future under-
graduate women, and lastly, Miss
Grace Richards, advisor of women,
paid tribute to Mrs. Henderson by
pointing out that it is to her alone
that thanks are due for the beauty
of the detail of the building and
the fineness of its conception.
The climax of the evening came
when the President of the League
presented Mrs. Henderson with a
bool which symbolizes the apprec-
lation of the whole undergraduate
body. It contains the names of
1,383 women who have individually
contributed books to make possible
a Henderson library in the new
Leaguerbuilding. The opening
page reads: "To Mary Barton
Henderson, in appreciation of her
ability, depth of love and vision,
and in memory of Margaret Hend-
erson Richardson, we, undergrad-
uate women of the University of
Michigan, present these books as
a nucleus for a Henderson library
in the Women's League building."
The succeeding pages are inscribed
with names of the 650 ini l books,
followed by the names of the
women who have so expressed their
appreciation. The books will not
be ordered until the library is
ready to receive them, at which
time the donors of the books will
personally inscribe them.
The dinner tables were deco-
rated with lavender and white
chrysanthemums and roses.
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them, though, because they really
do put a lot of work on it, and it
is practically the only opportunity
besides for some of them to find
out just how delightful it is to be
able to wear feminine finery. You
know, I think every man has a
secret and suppressed desire to be
able to wear bright colors and
striking clothes-if you judge by
some of the neckties you see, it is
certainly true-but custom forbids
it and he has to restrain himself.
Well, anyway, as I said, the opera
gives some of the men a good
chance to indulge their vanity, and
as long as they are so entertaining
about it I really think it is a good
idea to go and see them do it. I
mean I really do. And this year
especially it's a good idea, because
the opera is going to be a wow. I
have that on good authority, and
so ?J thought V'd tell everybody
about it because not everybody
knows it yet.
It seems that this year the opera
is to be called "Rainbow's End,"
and the scene is laid in the West
so that there will be many cowboys
and Indians and things. I'm going
to go just to see the cowboys.
They're always so thrillingly ro-
mantic-on the stage. Well, any-
way, it also seems that there are
some actors and the owner of a
"dude" ranch involvedialong with
the cowboys and Indians. The
combination ought to be real thril-
ling, don't you think so?
And there are a lot of famous
people connected mwith the opera
this year, too. But you can read
all about that someplace else, so
I won't go into detail here. Really,
though, as I said before, I have the
real inside dope on the business
and it's pretty hot, it really is, so
if you want to go, you'd better get
you tickets now while there are
still some left.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Wins Bazaar Award
Alpha Gamma Delta won the
prize for the pillows the sorority
turned in for the Women's League
and Interchurch Bazaar, the com-
mittee on articles announces. Pi
Beta Phi. was awarded honorable
mention for the silhouette pictures
the sorority made" and Alpha Chi
Omega was also given honorable.
mention for the felt covered waste
The articles were judged last
Saturday by the articles committee
and by members of the general
bazaar committee as well. The
awards were based on the attrac-
tiveness of the articles, workman-'
ship, hundred per cent contribu-
tion and promptness in turning
them in. The prize was a five-
pound box of candy.
A few houses have not as yet
turned in their articles; these must
be sent in immediately.'
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" 'B"" BUNGLING BROTHERS WILL PRESENT
! AVARIED CIRCUSPROGRAM, PARADE'
Ladeez and Gentleman, the line of the spectators, according to the
of march of the Bungling Brothers guarantee of the promoters of the
Big Show of 1928 will begin circus.
Following its triumphal tour of
End" Is Most Elaborate promptly at 3 o'clock for the mati- the bazaar and runway, the parade
roduction In History, nee performances and 8 o'clock for will progress to Sarah Caswell
rding To Shuter the evening performances on Fri- Angell hall and there will begin a
day and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8. A highly varied program sure to
S SELL RAPIDLY host of fantastically dressed clowns please even the most faithful
led by that versatile wonder, Torpo, habitues of the sawdust ring. Pre-
vill be given an oppor- will act at musicians and are, ac- viously unannounced because of
irchase seats for "Rain- cording to reports from cities in its very daring, a take-off on the
1928 Michigan opera, which this circus has just complet- Michigan Union Opera of this year,
he greatest innovation ed sensational runs, worthy of good most appropriately entitled, "The
iate productions. when vegetables. Grand Uproar," will be staged.
Orchesis will meet
o'clock tonight in the
Women entered in the in-
tramural basketball tournament
must get their heart and lung
O. K.'s from Dr. Bell or Dr.
Sappington at the Health Serv-
ice immediately. The cards must I
be left at Health Service. This
is correction of the statement
in yesterday's Daily.I
Independent women who are in-
terested in entering the bowling
tournament should see Miss Hoov-
er at Barbour gymnasium immedi-
- - -:- Exotic
special women's sale of tickets is
held from 2 to 5 o'clock this after-
noon in the box office of Hill audi-i
torium. The opera will open its
Ann Arbor run Monday night, Dec.
10, and continue through Friday
night, Dec. 14 with a special mati-
nee performance on Saturday.
Elaborate preparations have been'
made for this year's show. Daniel
H. Buell, '30, William Browne, '31,
and Sidney Straight, spec., all play
Elaborate costumes, gorgeous
scenes, sensational dance arrange-
ments, stupendous numbers using
more than 75 men at one time,,I
ritualistic melodies, and an alto-
gether different and better opera
as compared to any of its predeces-
sors constitute the claims of E.
Mortimer Shuter, director of the
opera, who confidently believes
that in this year's show he has a
show which will create a sensa-
tion notonly in Ann Arbor but j
also in the many cities which the
opera will visit during the Christ-
Tickets for the opera have been
selling very rapidly this year, ac-,
cording to Dalton D. Walper, '29,'
general chairman. However, as is
customary, a number of choice
seats have been saved for the wom-
en's sale today when all women
will be able to get their supply of
seats for the show.
The parade will begin by circl-
ing the parlours of the gymnasium
while the Women's League bazaar
is in progress and then in a riot of
color mount to the race-track
where it may be observed advan-
tageously by the spectators below.
Apache dancers in all their glit-
tering finery will dazzle the eyes
There will be a general re-
hearsal for all women taking
part in the Sophomore circus
at 4 o'clock today in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
has returned from Europe
and will be at the
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from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. every day
Be Sure to See the
Gorgeous gowns, good music, and
splendid scenes are provided for
A number of good seats for
"R AINBOW'S END"
have been saved for the annual
Today From 2 to 5
Box Office, Hill Auditorium
Show plays Whitney Theater next
week, Monday night through Friday
night, and Saturday matinee.
Prices $1.50 to $3
I specialize in haircutting
and would be glad to re-
ceive your appointments.
Dimattia Beauty Shop
340 S. State Street
Over Sift's Drug Store
All sellers for the Women's
League bazaar will meet at 51
o'clock in the West gallery, Alumni
Memorial. hall. Everyone who
signed up must be there for in-
structions; attendance will be
A meeting of the Women's Edu-
cational club will be leld at 4
o'clock today in the Women's Field
house. Clarence Vliet, Superin-
tendent of Schools in Birmingham,
Mich., will address the women and
will lead the discussion which will
Mrs. Stuard Hanley will be at
the Women's Field house at 1:30
today to coach golf classes.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY: Thirty-
five students of the course in hotel
management at Cornell assumed
complete charge of the Hotel Astor,
New York City, for one day recent-
ly. They assigned the rooms and
planned the meals.
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