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W, -A -A SP ! "Classical Music Is Ch
SPBIN STYLE S O "The oganists who arceal-
most able among the ones who re-
vert to movie house music, usually
Tomorrow Afternoon Field House find after a few years that they
Will Be The Scene Of The can't stand it, and then attempt to
Crowley-Milner Display get back to the legitimate field,"
said Clarence Dickinson in an in-
GUESTS TO BE LIMITED terview just before his concert yes-
terday afternoon at Hill audi-
Reservations may still be made torium.
for the Crowley-Milner style show , Isay stand it'advisedly," h
which is being given at 4 o'clock continued,"becausey that is just
tomorrow in the Women's Athletic what happens. t, They start thatj
building and tis ben sonsore btype of work, chiefly because of
'building, and is being sponsored by high salary. A few believe that
the Women's Athletic association. they like it better than classical
Admission is by door cards, which ike t betterathanyclrssihay
may be procured free of charge by music, but within a few years, they
calling Janet Micheal, 21616. This find that they can stand it no
is made necessary by the limited longer. I am constantly getting
caacitymd f he roomsy ymt calls from able organists to place
cah city of the rooisshow, which them somewhere in the legitimate;
wil iwncludeneworhisods infield."
,will include new spring models in lMr. Dickinson is at present or-
sportswear and formals, have been ganist at the brick Presbyterian
especially selected m New York by Church at Fifth Avenue and 37th
the Crowley-Milner buyers, Miss Street, New York, and has been
Jane Singleton and Mrs. Knoblock.
They have taken particular care in there for the past twenty years in
selecting gowns for this show so this capacity. He is also director
that they will be models which will of the church choir, which is com-
terst hoyllge wome. Thh dress posed of 25 professional singers.
interest college women. The dresses This group, he occasionally-for
are also reasonably priced. As the big performances-combines with
mannequins are to be students, this a 25-voiced group of the Union
will be of additional interest for Seminary which he also directs. In,
college women. choosing a choral organization, Mr.I
As the gowns are displayed, a 1 Dickinson said that he always ob-
oice Of Most
ays Clarence Dickinson
taned his male voices first, so as
to be sure of the deeper, mature
tones, then ranged the feminine
voices with them to obtain the
)'proper volume. The usual propor-
tion, to g:1 in the desired effect, in
a 25-voice group would be five
basses, five tenors, half a dozen
altos and perhaps ten sopranos.
Mr Dickinson was the founder
South African Women Represent
Seven Colleges And
TO BE HERE SATURDAY
p;q 4 l g **""* -" Og u. ie6- "lLe greateSLtU nu -
the teaching profession has been ber of calls, of course, came from
submitted by Mrs. Helen R. Sham-;Michigan. Next in order came Gils'
baugh, secretary of the Bureau of Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Pensyl- Ce
Appointments in the School of vania, and Indiana.
Education, to the Executive Com-: According to the investigation,
mittee of the school. The report English, history, mathematics, iLL
which deals with teaching psi- French, and public speaking are
tions in general, is based on data he five m li
lcbrate Anniversary By
A FRI CA N IDIEN TSReport On Calls For Teachers Shows
Rule For Major And Minor Is Sound
TI) YISIT IJNIVERSITY A report said to be of special in-in38 differcnt states and two for-MICDIGAN STATE TRIP
t~erst t thoe lanniny to enter (?in (. n fx 'ivotnt i~m h
speaker who is in touch with the
present trend of the styles will
give style notes. Representatives
of Crowley-Milner's will be among
the guests and an opportunity will
University Women To S
Grand Canal, Other Sig
be given to meet them. Lorelie Rock, Bingen and the
Invitations for the style show Mouse Tower, the Cathedral in
have been extended to the campus Munich where the devil left his
at large, and it is hoped by the foot-print, the Grand Canal of
W. A. A. executive board that as Venice, Byron's castle of Chillon
many women as possible will take are just a few of the high-lights
advantage of seeing the new spring of the European trip that ten
styles. Members of the board will University women are going to
be hostesses and will serve tea to take this summer on the Student
the guests. Hospitality Tour, under the
auspices of the Open Road Corpo-
Athena Has Elections ration.
The group of Michigan womenj
For Second Semester under the leadership of Miss Ella
B. Rawlings of the physical edu-
Athena, campus literary organi- cation department and the as-
zation, held a meeting Tuesday sistant leadership of Mary White,
evening, Jan. 15, for the purpose of '29, will sail from New York, June
electing officers for the second 20, on the S. S. Stuttgart and will
semester. The new officers are: arrive in Bremen on June 30.
President, Lois Webb, '29Ed; vice; From Bremen the group will go
president, Eleanor Corywell, '29; to Cologne where, among other
secretary, Ollie Backus, '29Ed; things, they will see the Gure-
treasurer, Dorothy Kirby, '32; par- zenich, ancient festival hall. From
liamentarian, Maurine Jones, '30L. here they will probably take an
This week is a particularly active excursion to one of the Rhine cas-
one for organizations. At 7:30 ties. After Cologne a day will be
o'clock Monday night, Jan. 14, Pi ' spent on the Rhine where the
Lambda Theta held a meeting in Mouse Tower and Lorelie Rock
University high school. Dr. Stuart will be seen.
A. Courtis of the School of Educa- Two days will be spent at'
tion, was the speaker. He lectured Heidelberg, where the University
on "Philosophy Underlying Indi- group will see the University of
vidualization of Instruction," and IHeidelberg, the Castle, and the
illustrated his talk with slides. Valley of the Necker.
Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, Kappa l The next stop is Munich where
Phi had its regular supper meeting they will see the devil's foot-print,
in Wesley hall. Dr. Margaret Bell, famous collections of old masters,
of the Physical Education depart- including Durer, and the largest
ment, talked on "Health Problems." scientific museum in the world.-
Chi Delta Phi, honorary journal- The itinerary has been so ar-
t1+1 fornv xill h ld itU Pr1 1- cd th fli th li Ct d nts sc Penne
of the American Guild of Organists Of the 40 South African students relative to work done by students
which was organizec in the "nine- who will visit Ann Arbor Saturday who graduated in February, June,
ties." This was before he began to of this week for the purpose of or August of 1928.
study the organ intensively. After seeing the University, 26 will be Mrs. Shambaugh states that 987
ten years of study in America, he women. These women are to be calls for teachers have been re-
went to Europe for training under specially entertained by a commit- ceived from 39 different states and
some of the greatest masters. tee with Helen Fellows, '30, in three foreign countries. In re-
While there he played in many charge. The visiting students rep- sponse, 774 teachers were placed
European cities. "I am probably resent seven colleges and univer-
the only layman who has ever sities in South Africa and are of Alpha Xi Delta And
played in the Catholic church in French, English, and Dutch descent.
Seville, Spain," added Mr. Dickin- j The tour of various places in P i Gamma MulWin
son, "as it is the practice to have America is being sponsored by the
only priests play the service." National Student Federation of Time was probably all that kept
About 150 compositions, ranging America for the purpose of foster- the Gamma Phi Beta basketball
from symphonic works-of which ing international friendliness. team from making another basket
Mr. Dickinson played the first The group of visiting students to jump ahead of Phi Gamma MuI
movement of one yesterday after- will be met Saturday by University. in a close game played Tuesday
noon-to old airs arranged for four students who will show them night at Barbour gymnasium that
voices have the name Clarence around the campus and through ended in a 10 to 9 victory for theI
Dickinson printed on them. Some some of the buildings. The women latter sextet. Throughout the en-
of his works are for the organ are to be entertained at luncheon tire contest the two teams raced.
only, but the majority of his com- at the various sororities and dormi- side by side, first one scoring, and
positions are planned for choral tories. A tea will be given in their I the the other. The whole game was
I singing. His specialty is that of honor from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock I a fast one, and while the Gamma
isacred music. Saturday afternoon at Martha Phi Beta's displayed very good
Cook, and all University women teamwork, especially in the second
gee Castle Of Chilon who are interested in meeting the half, the alert forwards on the Phi
visitors are urged to come. Gamma Mu team kept just ahead
rhts (On Open Road Tour' The group as a whole will go of their opponents.
through other University buildings The lineup was as follows:
their student guides point out in the afternoon, including, if pos- Phi Gamma Mu Gamma Phi Beta
things which interest the towns- sible, the new League building. N. Korkinsky .RF......V. Glaize
men most about their town rather The visitors are to have dinner at D. Millar.......LF..... R. Wagner
than the usual tourist sights. In the Union. The program of en- D. Sullivan .....JC......E. Larch
this way the travelers get an in- tertainment will include the Men's D. Evans ......RC..... M. Joslyn
sight into European life. Glee club and several speeches. The M. Kandelin ..RG... J. de Jurnoi
After five days in Munich, the stay of the group is limited, as they M. Millar ......LG.. E. de Journo1
group will go to Venice, where have to leave for Chicago at 10:30 Alpha Xi Delta walked away with1
they will of course see the Bridge Saturday night. I a 24 to 1 victory over the Delta
of Sighs, the Grand Canal and It is the aim of the committee in Delta Delta team. In every sec-
the Rialto, where they will swim charge of entertaining the women, tion the Alpha Xi team was strong,;
at the Lido, the famous watering as well at that of the general com- and their teamwork was a big fac-tI
place. From Venice, they go to mittee, for the visitors to have as tor in the outcome of the contest.
Rome where six days are spent, much personal contact as possible The Tri-Delt forwards showedl
then on to Florence for four days. with the University students. capability whenever they were
The famous Italian lakes will! Michigan is the only state univer- given a chance, but during most of
next be visited by the group on its sity to be visited by the group. the game the tall Alpha Xi jump-
way to Geneva where Byron's though they will see several ing center got the tip-off and the
Castle of Chillon is located. The schools, and it is consequently the centers fed the ball to the forwards
group will visit the League of Na- only opportunity they will have to immediately.
tions here. obtain a first-hand knowledge of The lineup was:
After Geneva comes Paris, the the student life and activity at Alpha Xi Delta Delta Delta Delta
climax of the trip, where the such an institution. The committee H. Harter.....RF.....C. McCall
party will be allowed to do per- therefore urges all women to feel M. Geib.......LF.... M. Sargent
sonal shopping besides seeing the that they are hostesses and to do K. McMurray ..JC.. M. Harrigan,
Louvre, Montmartre, Versailles. what they can to make personal E. Connell .....RC. Renkenbergeri
On August 9 the group will set sail contact with the visitors. M. Follmer .....JC.... B. Amerine
for the United States, sailing from ~ 1~l ~ A. Lambie .....LG.. Montgomery
Boulogne on the S. S. Stuttgart. ieodhyaKetc a the oialerv- Substitutions: M. McCall, M.
About half of the gopo e ice department at the Hospital. Weston.
hae alady thi group of ten !The educational work among Westn,
have already signed up for the the children will go on, but a pro- 1
trip and the leaders advise those l vision for pre-school education I "
who are interested in the tour to jhas also been made possible now C l1mb1
communicate with them at once, by the Association of UniversityP
-- - --------- women. Children between the Portable Phonograph
To Increase Hospital ages of 3 and 5 will receive in-!
struction similar to that of kin- and a supply
Social Service Work dergartens. Columbia Records
Social hygiene plans have been are just the thing
Social service work at the Uni- revived this year. Work along for these cold nights.
versity hospital will continue for this line was carried on a few;
the next year but with several years ago, but has since had to be
changes in plans, states Miss Dor- ( dropped. $15-$50
- -..I .T ,t _Portable Phonographs
uii, iveiliipoptuar majors in;
the School of Education. In his-
tory and chemistry the supply of3
graduate teachers far exceededl
the number of calls, on the other
hand there was more demand for
instruct6rs in mathematics and
commercial subjects than there
were people prepared to teach
It is interesting to find that
most of the calls are for combina-l
tions of two or three subjects. It
is also interesting to note that
there are still communities in
which the teacher must have at
Sher command four, or even five
subjects. "There seems to be am-
ple evidence here to show tlhnt thel
rule requiring students to elect a'
major and a minor subject isI
sound," reads the report.
Calls in fields outside of the}
teaching profession are often sent
in to the Bureau of Appointments.
There are calls for business man-
agers, chehists, executive work,
playground work, and even one
for a floorman in a department
store! Mrs. Shambaugh believes
that this service outside of the
teaching field may reasonably be
extended without detracting from
the main function of the Bureau.
More calls are received in April
than in any other month, prob-
ably because this is the period
during which the Schoolmasters'
Club holds its meetings in Ann
Arbor. From April on,there are
fewer and fewer calls until Janu-
ary when the number begins to
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
$2.50 the half year-It's worth it.-
As a fitting celebration of their
twenty-fifth anniversary, the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club leaves at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon for an
evening's engagement at Michigan
State college with the return trip
to be Saturday morning.
A bus has been chartered to
drive the 32 girls who will make the
trip to and from East Lansing.
The University Girls' Glee club of
Michigan State and the Student
Council of that college are making
the arrangements for the welfare
of the entire group during their
stay in East Lansing.
The M. S. C. Girls' Glee club are
entertaining the visitors at an
early dinner in order that there
may be time to prepare for the
concert, which is scheduled for 8
Immediately following the pro-
gram, the Student Council of Mich-
igan State college has arranged for
a formal dance at which the Girls'
Glee club will be the guests.
The program will include "The
Spirit of Music," which will be the
feature number, "Timothy," and
"Gypsy Life," both of which are
old folk songs arranged for choral
voices, and a group of Michigan
songs, including "Years Ago,"
"Eight 'til Eight," "Michigan Mem-
ories," College Days," and "Lan-
desatque Cormina"-with a toast to
Michigan State college.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt in her of-
ficial capacity at Director of the
Girls' Glee club, will lead the or-
ganization. Esther Anderson, '30,
as president, and June Marshall,
'29, as accompanist will represent
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";a.°'Prints are being taken just as
,-"seriously for daytime as for
evening costume in the first
Spring Fashions that we are
k ,r. 2y offering.
Our Showing is
new and different.
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lar meeting at 8 o'clock tonight at the ordinary tourist routes, a fea-
Martha Cook building. ture of the trip is the fact that
The smart cloche again seems to take the
lead in fashion for mi-lady for spring, coming
in all the new colors and materials such as -
Paris Meme which~ is new to us, as wel as
the straw and felt combinations that are win- -
ning favor at present. Also being featured is -
the model with the medium brim sometimes -
= ~ folded deftly against the crown. -
= ~A large selection of these models is being -
shown in our millinery department at very =
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