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k'i IDAY, DECEMBER, 7, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

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FOHeads Junior Play
ARE ANOUCED FOT
NEW SYSTEM FOR TRYOUTS TO
BE INITIATED TO AVOIDr
DELAY THIS YEAR
SUNS, DANCE REQUIRED.
Appointments For Tryouts Must Be ..
Made By Women; Will Be
Five Minutes Long}
First tryouts for the Junior
Girls' Play are to be held from 3"
to 6 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday, -
and Thursday of next week in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, accord-1
ing to -the announcement made by
Dorothy McI~ee, assistant chair-(ht b e)
man of the play, at the mass meet- Photo by Dey)
ing of junior women held yesterday Louise Cody, '34
afternoon. The meeting was con- time of tryout, but. a dance must
ducted by Louise Cody, general also be prepared in order that the
chairman. committee may see how well each
A new system of holding tryouts woman can kick.
is to be initiated this year, Miss Js k dys.
McKee explained. In order to KeJuniors were asked by Miss Mc-
avod the delays of standing in Kee not to wear sorority pins whe
line waiting to try out, a system they try out. They may, howevel
of appointments will be tried. An appear in costume if they feel that
opportunity to make appoitments this T will improve their perform-
for tryouts was given after theth ance. This applies particularly to
meeting yesterday, and there will those trying out for men's parts.
also be a member of the committee Phyllis Loughton, '28, who is to
stationed in the lower hall of Bar- direct the play, was introduced by1
bour gymnasium from 4 to 5; Miss Cody, following Miss. McKee's.
c'ock tdaynanm from 10 to talk on tryouts. Cooperation withl
11 o'clockd tomorrow to make the committee and the director i
appointments. rAnyI jo who was asked of all juniors by Miss.
ipotmet mAny junior who Loughton. She urged that those1
is not able to make her ap- trying out should choose selectionsi
pomtment at a s one of these appropriate to their type andi
times may _ call Miss McKee imake the most of any specialty
at 5718, or any one of her commit- w the mos o ay dialty
tee~~~~~~ mebr.Teeaewoo h ic they can do. Play dialogue'
tee members. These are: Dorothy rather than poetry should be given.
Mapel, Edna Richards, Dorothy The characters of the play were
pynn, and Jean Phelps. suggested by Miss Loughton. There
ut ppoi tis tshre or five n t will be one comedy man's part and
each woman trying out. All who one comedy girl's part. There will
exct oma tryiutoare Askedwto also be several good character
epect ryout are asked to parts, but no dialect characters.
pear promptly at the time arrang- Miss Alice Lloyd, who acts as
ecd, as no appointments will be adviser to the junior women in
The women who come to the try producing the play, next sketched
outs are asked to be prepre the history of the Junior Girls''
with a dance and song, and those play from the time that it was an
who wish to try out for the cast amateur two-night performance
should also have prepared a selec- given i Sarah Caswell Angell hals
tion of dialogue or monologue not Miss Cody concluded the talks
mre than a minute in length. with a brief mention of the ques-
morethn ma mringutein leng. tion of eligibility. Women who are
Women may bring their own ac- nwieiibemyty u fte
companists, but an accompanist wilbneligible at the en of the
will be present to play for those semester, she stated, and soph-
who do not bring their own. Also, omores who will have 56 hours of
a phonograph will be provided, cres in Fbur ay ao tr o
and those who wish to try out to credit in February may also try out.
the accompaniment of some rec-
ord are asked to bring that record.
Specialties, such as clogging, ac-!MAJESTIC
robatic stunts, and the playing of
a guitar, may be performed atf the Cosmopolitan
Opening Saturday

CIRCUS PROMISES
UNUSUAL SIGHTS,
Bungling Brother's triumphal re-
turn is eagerly awaited for today
dnri the firstp erformance will be-

AZAAR WILL START Chairman Of Bazaar l Basketball
.. . To Start
TODAY INGYMNASIUM ' With twenty
this year's intr

Program
't Wednesday '
six teams entered,'
ramural basketball{

The Board of Directors of the I
Women's League will meet in
the Leaue office at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning instead of in
Room 110, library as previously
announced.
Mary White, President.
alling either Miss Hoover or Miss
Hurray immediately.

.. tournament promises to be very'
gin promptly at 3:30 this after- Hilda Mary Evans, '29, Is General successful. Games will start Wed- o-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall Chairman Of Bazaar; Ten nesday with the following tems
Patrons at the Women's League CetIsA isonpang Theta Phi Alphclp a
bazaar will have perhaps the Epsilon Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi, M
greatest opportunity for seeing ALL ARTICLES FEATURED Kappa Delta, Hillel Foundation,
the colorful acts in one great dis- Sigma Kappa, Alpha Phi, and Kap-
play as the band made up of Taking place in a colorful scene pa Kappa Gamma.
clowns precedes the parade itself In which many countries of the Those teams which play Wednes-
around the gymnasium and up day are' urged to have at least one
along the running track. Many world arc represented, the Wo- 'practice- before their games. They
hitherto unrevealed feature acts men's League and Interchurch may use the courts Monday or
will astound the audience. At the ( Bazaar will open in Barbour gym- (Tuesday from 4 to 6 o'clock or
time this goes to press it has been nasium at 1 o'clock, this afternoon. Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9
announced that there will be a o'clock. The courts may also be
special boxing match between The general committee, under the used on Thursday afternoon.
two sophomores. chas been working hard to make Teams which are planning to use
In all circuses the tumblers the bazaar this year an unusual the courts must call Miss Hoover,
have a prominent part, but never success, and everyone is urged to or leave the message at the gym
has the campus before given the attend. The admission fee is ten _Ioffice. It is important to note that
opportunity of seeing such daring cents. (Photo by Dey) the time signed up for by the ath-
and exceptionally well-trained per- A great variety of articles is be- Hilda Mary Evans, '29 letic managers at the meeting, is
formers as will go through their ing offered for sale by the League, the time for the games only.
paces for the approval of the audi- the majority of these having been off, Florist, Wilkinson's, Candy Practices may be held at any of the
ences which will attend any of the made by University women. Most land, The Vogue, Goodyear's and above mentioned times.
five presentations of Bungling of the articles are priced at three the Ann Arbor Dry Goods Co., for Any house which wishes to have
Brother's 1928 big show. The per- dollars, or under. Home made the advertising space donated to a team and has not yet made ar-
formers are practicing under the fudge is also being featured by the the Bazaar. The committee also Irangements for it, may do so by
big top getting in shape to give candy booth, and will be sold for acknowledges the courtesy of Davis -
the audience the thrills and the sixty cents a pound. In addition & Ohlinger in printing the tickets
laughs of its life. E to the League articles, the various for the fashion show, of Mack's for
Don't forget the time of the ( churches participating in the Ba-1 the use of fixtures to display arti- f
opening performance, 3:30 this aft- zaar are specializing in baked cles and for the markers and bags
ernoon and for your convenience goods of all kinds, jams, and jel- (donated to the Bazaar, and of
there will be three other oppor- lies, and needlework. Rushmer's in donating the bags for
tunities for you to see what prom- The fashion show, given by the peanuts. Remember Dad and Mother Ap
ise to be a most spectacular en- Crowley-Milner's of Detroit, will
tertainment. Besides the special take place on Friday at four- UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYL-
showing for children at 10 o'clock fifteen and at seven-forty, and will VANIA: The right amount of
Saturday morning there will be for be presented in the middle parlour sleep is between fifty and sixty
the grownups an extra matinee of Barbour gymnasium. Sports hours a week, according to a study
Saturday at 3 o'clock, and evening clothes are to modeled by Uni- made by Jonathan Pugh of the
performances tonight and Satur- versity women. university.
day night at 8 o'clock. The tea room, under the man- -
The tickets are 50 cents and may agement of the Alpha Phi sorority,
be purchased at the gate at the will begin serving luncheon att
time of each and every perform- twelve o'clock on both Friday and We
ance. Saturday. Tea will be served from Leather Slippers
three-thirty till five each after- Specialize for Dad
noon, and there will be music for $1.98 to $2.98
' dancing at this time. Dinner will in All Kinds
-be served at six o'clock each night. We also have something for
Saturday dancing classes will The general committee wishes to of ICE SKATES
meet this Saturday at 10:30 o'clock express its appreciation and G with Shoes
in the corrective room of Barbour thanks to Walk-Over's, the Var- Hair oosattached-
gymnaisum. sity Laundry, the Print and Book 1 $3.98
shops, Jacobson's, Mack & Co.,
Delta Omicron announces the Moe's Sport Shop, Flowerday and
pledging of Marquita Devine of Son, Wahr's Book Store, Crippen's I
Gaylord, Mich. Drug Stores, Wenzel's, Geo. Bisch-iS
"The Liltle Store of Big Values" _ _HairS o

THE'
Marilyn Shoppe

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(Above Ann Arbor Savings
Bank)

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New Michigan Theater Bldg.

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A FROCK CLEARANCE
cf ecting noteworthy savings
100 New Dresses, of our Regular $14.75
and $16.95-yes, even $19.75 qualities---
FOR SATURDAY
$9A.90
FOR CHIRSTMAS!

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CHRISTMAS
GIFTS FOR
HER"
GLOVES
of washable African cape
skin .........$3.95 and $4.95}
HANDBAGS
In newest styles and colors.
$5.95 and $8.95 I
UMBRELLAS
of silk with novelty handles.
$5.95 and $8.95
HOSE
of sheer chiffon.
$1.95 and $2.95
Give practical gifts from
"The Woman's Shop"
For the convenience of men
shoppers this store 'will be5
open for them exclusively
Dec. 11th and Dec. 18th-fromI
7 to 9 p. m.

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I LINGERIE
SCARFS

COSTUME JEWELRY
HOSIERY

Story by
ELINOR GLYN

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4 GLOWING ASSORTMENTS
AT POPULAR PRICES

"Popular Prices Always"

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(0'THER explorers had great personal
courage,unlimited energy and vision
untrammelled; and failed. But Peary had
one thing more.
He had the grasp of every detail
--as seen in the care which guided
the pencil in his frost-cramped hand.
After each day's march he calculated
a methodical course to make sure of

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