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Christmas Party
Will Be Given By
School Of Music'
Supper for the entire School of
Music, faculty and students, will
begin their annual Christmas
party Monday night. It will be
served at 5:30 from their own kit-
chenette in the upper corridor of
the School of Music.
After supper a Christmas tree:
laden with the gifts for the kiddies'
at the hospital will be displayed
and entertainment will be provided
by the various groups in the school.
The entertainment is kept a secret-
till the last and usually proves in-
teresting, for the sororities competeI
with each other in giving the bestI
program of entertainment.
The Christmas tree and the gifts
will be carried to the hospital forI
the children to enjoy as soon as
the party is over.k
rilt nmittP in nhna f the


Woman May Get Post
Of Labor In Cabinet

Having completed their firsti
'KAPPAIIIHi TIIIL summer at Interlochen Camp dur-'
ing which the Bowl was dedicated
and the cottages named as befitted1
Sorority Team Makes Big Score the initial year, the National High
In First Half Of Game School Orchestra has summed up
With Dormitory Team its year's work by the publication;
of an annual book, The Overture
FINAL SCORE IS 19-0 1928 Year Book.
Students of the Orchestra Camp
In the Intramural basketball were the editors of the book, hav-
game which was played at 4 o'clock ing only two staff advisors and Mr.
yesterday in Barbour gymnasium Maddy, President and Musical Di-
between Kappa Alpha Theta and rector, and ex-officio member of
Helen Newberry, the sorority team the year book staff, to advise them.
gained a decisive victory over the The annual contains many pic-
dormitory team, and the final score tures, both of the orchestra and
was 19-0 in their favor. various groups in formal attire and
Sixteen of Theta's points were at formnal occasions and of the
made during the first quarter when faculty and students at many in-
the guarding of the Newberry team formal moments. A map of the
was not so well done as it was later camp region and pictures of the
in the game. After the first quar- cottages which house the students
ter the dormitorv teame ha1n- P d and faculty as well as the guest



Notices For Second Tryouts To
Sent To Successful Women
Before Christmas

Aonal High School Orchestra,
which was in 1928 in Chicago, the
entire program was broadcast and
phonograph records were made of:
two numbers.!
For eight weeks last summer,
some 42 girls and 64 boys studied,
played instruments, sang, swam,
hiked, and enjoyed life. Mr. Maddy
says, "Can you imagine an, educa-
tional instutition where is was
necessary to limit the amount of'
2Mass work and require a certain
amount of recreation in order tof
safeguard the health of the stu-
The Overture, camp annual, con-
tains in it a prospectus of the 1929
Camp also. The session opens
Sunday, June 23 and closes Sunday,
August 18. The camp will be di-
vided into three major units; Or-
chestra, Band, and Choir and a
number of other courses will be

Bazaar To Feature
SyrianRug Display
The Oriental rugs which are be-
ing sold today at the bazaar given
by Syrian students of the Univer-
sity of Michigan in Lane Hall are
of a distinctly interesting nature,
according to Raja F. Howrani, di-
rector of the bazaar.
"Each rug is the work of a par-
ticular tribe or district and the
pattern after which it is woven
distinguishes it from the work of
any other locality in Syria," said
Howrani. "Many of these, such as
the Surouk, the Hermen-shah, and
the Shiraz, take years to weave
since they are made up and woven
entirely by hand.
"The Kermen-shah, for instance
because it carries so many knots
to the square inch, would take a
girl of nineteen of age, about four


With more than 200 women hav-
ing tried out, the class of 1930 yes-f
terday concluded the first tryouts
for the 25th annual Junior Girls'
play. Four days of this week-
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Friday have been devoted to play
tryouts, yesterday being the final'

iie comm iuee in c argeui
party is Orma Weber, Otto Bro
Dorothy Wilson, and Caro
.le icka

{ The tryouts were rushed through
at a rapid rate yesterday, as ap-
proximately.80 women had made SIGMA ALPHA IOT
appointments for the last after- HOLDS MUSICAL
noon. Five minutes was the time H
first alloted each woman, but after
the first day it was found this was Sigma Alpha Iota, national m
more than ample time and the ap- sical honorary sorority, gave ani
pointments were made at the rate formal musical at three o'clock h
of three to every ten minutes. Sunday afternoon at the home
A special opportunity to try out Mrs. Benjamin Bailey, who is
is being given from 3 to 5:30 active and very much interes
o'clock Monday for those women member of the society.
who, on account of illness, could The entire program of the m
not keep their appintments this sical was made up of the co
week or were not able to make ap- tributions of the pledges to t
pointments at all. It will not be sorority, and all of the numb
necessary for those who wish to try given were considered by thea
out on Monday to make appoint- tive members who heard them,
ments, Dorothy McKee, assistant be very well executed. Amo
chairman of the play, announces. those whose names figured on 1
The tryouts will be held, as they program were Betty Sutherlar
j. have been this week, in Sarah Cas- '30, Frances Peck, '32, Harriet Hi
well Angell hall. '30, Ione Davis, '31, Dorothy Ki
The central committee of the '32, and Juanita Cahill, '29.
play have expressedC their great After the program itself w
satisfaction with the talent dis- completed, tea was served, a
played at the try outs. Phyllis Helen Fagg, '29 Ed, president of 1
Loughton, '28, who is to direct the sorority poured.
play for the class of 1930, spoke of
4 the tryouts this fall as "the best ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE
she had seen yet." Miss Loughton
was director of her own Junior WILL GIVE TWO PARTI]
Girls' play two years ago.
. The singing this year has been Adelia Cheever dormitory'
especially good, according to Miss have two Christmas parties n
Loughton. There has also been week. At the first, on Tuesday, t
considerable dancing talent, she residents will entertain for din]
says. "This is probably due to the i their Board of Governors, the A
training which the women received visors of Women, and the offic
in the preparatory dancing class- of the Adelia Cheever alumn
es," Miss Loughton added. association.
Those women who are chosen to ! After dinner a Christmas masq
return for a second tryout will be "The House of Youth" will be p
notified next week, the committee sented. This masque was writt
announces. The second tryouts are for Adelia Cheever by Anne Lit
expected to be held about the sec- Brandes of Detroit and is given a
ond week after Christmas vacation, nually by the girls in the house.
and following them, intensive drill For Thursday night the wom
will begin for the cast and in the dormitory have invited foi
choruses, teen children from the Home Str
The committee is concluding the mission to dinner and a Christm
pre-Christmas work for the play tree party afterward.
with marked enthusiasnm over the A candle light party and Chri
abilities of the women who have mas breakfast on Friday morni
tried out. The manuscript for the concludeskthe season's festivit
play, the title of which is not yet' for Adelia Cheever dormitory.
being made public, is also receiving o
much favorable comment, and the ( NOTICE
committee expects that this year's I
Junior Girls' play will be some- The Saturday morning danc
thing novel in the line of musical ing class will meet in the cor
comedies. rective room of Barbour gym
~ --( nasium at 10:30 o'clock tht
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InStei 3, EdC Hawt, dcottage, hep-tovisualize the ap- offered as well. years to complete. The patterns
lyn center, exchanging positions with pearance of the camp itself. Only high school students of out- for these rugs are guarded careful-
)ly ce~texclineugEithgHarithswidh eaactage, he ap tolf
Phyllis Moore, forward. After this Kathleen Murphy, Editor-in- standing musical ability of good ly, Howrani went on, "and they
change was made, Theta's good chief of "Sherzo," which was a standing are eligible, and accept- are handed down from father to
"A' "~ forwards, Rachel Flemin and weekly publication ati camp ap- ance of candidates will begin Jan- son in the tribe. If the secret is
o Winnifre'd Hartman, wee nt able pearing in seven numbers of Opus uary 1, 1929. Candidates must be lost, the only method by which it
E Mrs. Raymond Robsing e to make so many baskets, although I dedicates the book to Mr. Maddy, recommended by high school prin- can be .regained is through the
Latestn formation regarding the th i to whose inspiration entirely and cipal, superintendent of schools, memories of the weavers."
personnel of President-elect Her- efforts largely the organization of music supervisor, and private mu- Sweets from Damascus, in a
nu- J bert Hoover's cabinet is to the ef- work continued in the good form the Orchestra Camp is due. sic teacher as to character, loyalty limited quantity besides Turkish
in- feet that for the first time in the they used at the beginning of the A short history reviews the years and musicianship. F Delight and Abrian coffee will be
ast history of American presidential Te gof the National High School Or- Camp uniforms will be furnished some of the unique features of the
of cabinets a woman may be named. The general lineup for the game chestra's existence from its first consisting of three outfits; instru- bazaar and will be served by stu-
an I Among the other appointments, is as follows: appearance in 1926 in Detroit when ments and instruction are all in- dents, who will be dressed in na-
ted Mrs. Raymond Robins will in all Kappa Alpha 236 high school musicians, recruit- cluded in the tuition fee of $300. tive costumes.
probability receive the Labor post. Theta Helen Newberry ed from all over the United States, The facilities of the camp provide "Part of the proceeds from the
pu- Fleming ......LF... . MacDowell gathered together for four days' for 300 students. money taken in at the bazaar will
n Nebraska Students Hartman.....L G........Moore practice, and in conclusion gave a be donated to the National Boy
the Murray ........C .........Lauer concert under Mr. Ossip Gabrilo- Are women impediments to Scout Movement of Syria," said
+ers Go For Swim After Briggs'.. .. ...S C... .. Harwith witsch, conductor of the Detroit speech? Men students in the com- Howrani, "and therefore, we are
ac Grinnell . . . . .. RG. . . . . . . . Potter Symphony orchestra, and Mr. Mad- pulsory courses in speaking at very anxious for the affair to be
to First White ......... RF...... Troester dy. Emporia State Teachers college successful."
ng Substitution: Talmadge for Grin- A year later, the Orchestra, com- seem to think so, and have asked Students and faculty of the uni-
the nell at end of half. posed now of 268 players, gathered for a segregation of classes. versity are invited.
nd, Two University of Nebraska stu- Louise Murray, Kappa Alpha in Dallas, Texas, and played for
ne, dents a month ago boasted they Theta center, got the tipoff almost the Department of Superintend- ! =
ng, would go swimming the first day it without exception and Ellen Grin- ence of the National Education As- C
snowed, according to an article in nell, side center, also did some good ! sociation. At eleven convention R All-Silk Chiffon
was the Daily Nebraskan. The first passing. However, the big advant- meetings during the five days, va--_
nd snow fell a week ago. The two stu- age the members of the sorority rious smaller ensembles played,
the dents gathered all the blankets and team had over their opponents was and on the last day of the con-i
overcoats they could find, and with in their forward team. Helen vention, the entire orchestra gave a
a witness they drove twenty-odd Newberry had good guards and concert which made such an im- _
miles to the river. centers, but her forwards were de- pression upon the superintendents at
The witness says they swam-but cidedly inferior to those of Kappa that the convention passed a reso-
ES not for long-the water was cold. Alpha Theta both in accuracy of lution classing music as one of the $1.50 - 2.50
The two swimmers declared the basket shooting and in passing; fundamental subjects in American
will water was fine, but the ride home During 'the second quarter no education. Sheer all-silk hose of this hig
ext although in a closed car, was ex- points were made by either teamn, At the next meeting of the Na- eea=s
the tremely cold. and at the end of the half, the Iquality would make acceptable N
ner score was 19-0.Cgifts. Choose from all the
kd- LONDON-The Charleston Lan- The game itself as a whole was CHRISTMAS GIFTS.a
ers cers is a new dance which will be very fast and well-worth watching Btmid-winter colors.
aae introduced in London ballrooms in spite of the Theta's superior Burr, Patterson
this fall. The chief point about ability to score. Passing and & Auld Co. - -
que it is that it causes couples to break guarding on both teams was fairlyi Church at South UI=NEW!-JEWELRY-NEW!
re- apart for the first time in the his- good.
ten tory' of' post-war dancng. It -Is ______________________________ ossigo
tereite r th istwi die t quiks Consistin of chokers, bracelets, three piece sets, crystal
tle predicted that it will die the quick
n death that a dozen or so other beads, modernstic and featuristic designs.
steps introduced this year have THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT PREVAILS =
en done, for they say dancing has de-T G O Y RT aEAL
ur- Veloped along the lines of close! AT GOODYEAR'S'a
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eas partnership for too many years.
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nily 110 . Main St.
* Third Floor
W orthyof Being
f t sfour Christm-as
mily gfts Storerr
First, you will find Goodyear's worthy
to every member in the NUMBER of lovely Christmas
nily and useful
the ard Whyfnotthings here, ready to go to someone as a
the year. Why not=-c
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estl prced lecricORIENTAL RUG
agenious automatic And then too, you will find Goodyear's SALE
n attractive perco- SERVICE worthy of sharing in your
andsome examples Startg Monday, December 17th
Christmas gift preparation.MrK.S=
t, yet easily withinCe Mr. K. S. Jamgotch is here again with a beautiful
Beyassursr.Bd tha the ene sf this collection of several hundred Oriental Rugs, antique
your purse.tatall e energies of isand modern; in all sizes and all descriptions. These
organization are being put forth these Rugs are marked at very attractive prices as usual
dpsy bfor this
, . days to prove this store worthy of being C RS M SS L
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There is nothing more appropriate as a Christmas
gift than an Oriental Rug.

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