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SUNDAY, JAN ARY 0, 1,)20

THE MICIIGAN DAILY

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REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
FOR COMING WEEK IS
ANUCE F PLAY
CAST DIVIDED INTO GROUPS,
REHEARSES SEPARATELY
THROUGHOUT WEEK
TARDINESS TO BE FINED
Members Of Cast To Be Dropped
Upon Failure To Appear
At Three Practices
For this week's rehearsals the
women who are taking part in the
Junior Girls' Play have been divid-
ed into groups, each group being
scheduled to meet three times. The
practice during this first week is
to consist chiefly of limbering-up
exercises, but attendance is com-
pulsory and fines will be imposed
for non-attendance or tArdiness.
Three absences will expel a woman
from participation in the play.
For the time of rehearsals, Camil-
la Hubel, chairman of dances, an-
nounces the following schedule:
Group 1-At 4:45 o'clock tomorrow,
and at 5 o'clock on Wednesday and
Friday. Group II-At 5 o'clock on
Tuesday and Thursday, and at 4
o'clock on Friday. The groups will
meet in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Any junior who does not appear,
dressed in bathing suit, by five
minutes after the hour, will be con-
sidered tardy.
Name Members of Groups 1
Group I is composed of the fol-
lowing women: Katherine Fitz-
patrick, Beatrice Fromm, Martha1
Cogsiell, Alice Smith, Kathryn
Evans, Arliene Heilman, Muriel An-
Berson, Virginia Jiroch, Lela Crump,
Betty Corn , Marie Samson, Loisj
Cossitt, Frances Sackett, Tresse
Musil, Mildred Cassidy, Kathleenl
Suggs, Dora Vandenberg, Margaret
Ohlson, Helen Harter, Esther An-
derson, Mary Harrigan, Betty Suth-
erland, Dorothy Goodridge, Helenx
Fellows, Dorothy Griffith, Paulinet
Darbyshire, Agnes McDonald, Mar-!
garet Copeland, Janet Tuttle, Maryr
Mosher, Helen Gould, Myrtle Kuch-t
insky, Virginia Trowbridge, Florence
Brittain, Eloise Harnau, Clara
Caple, and Dorothy Harrison.-
The members of Group II are:
Dorothy Fox, Marian Fuchs, Herma
Grabowsky, Helen Gerard, Gene-
vieve Woughter, Elizabeth Hemen-t
ger, Dorothy Straub, Ruth Brooke,
Elizabeth Fuchs, Ruth Kumerow,
Helen Kumerow, Betty Kahn, Mar-
garet Eckels, Katherine Butler,
Virginia Losee, Alice Crane, Helen1
Bush, Elaine Frost, Clare Simmons,
Janet Cochran, Lillian Setchell,
Loretta Townsend, Jane Hickey,1
Dorothy Whiting, Jeannette Dres-
sler, Jean Wallace, Thelma Laid-
man, Janet Howell, Violet Bidgway, t
Jane Summers, Rachel Robbins,'
mnxjnrie Muffley Charlotte Dunne-

Visitor From Africa AlH flf fliflflh D I Women Will Cross{
A LPHA UMI HUR P1 N SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK - -
Finds American Ideas Oceans Via Airships,
NoerAdDffrntJunaitPdts
Novel And Different I OF ISocial events this week have not Dr. Jesse R. Reeves and Mrs.J
A n BF[F L OIdiverted the minds of sorority Reeves were the guests at the din- Orgs
By M. MCD.I members far from the studious at- Iner given by Zeta Tau Alpha, onI Ocean travelling by airship forI
Among the group of South Afric- Award Of $1,000 Is To Be Offered titude so common among the stu-'Thursday. women has come to stay, according
an students who were visiting Ann To Woman Not In Sorority dents now. Very little entertain- Among the guests entertained by Ito an article in this month's La-
Arbor on the tour sponsored by the For Graduate Work ng has been done except for fac- Pi Beta Phi Wednesday, were Dean dies' Home Journal b Lady
National Student Federation of ulty dinners. John R. Effinger and Mrs. Effing-D
America, it was my privilege to be- Alpha Omicron Pi sorority is of- Alpha Chi Omega members were , er, Mr. Bruce M. Donaldson, Miss rummond Hayes, English woman
come acquainted with a girl of fering for the year 1929-1930 a fel- hostesses at an informal dinner Adelaide Adams, Dr. Arthur L. journalist, and the only woman
French descent, who was very lowship for graduate work, which last Wednesday evening, when Cross, and Mr. Robert E. Carson. passenger on the flight of the Graf
charming and attractive. She was amounts to $1,000 and is to be their guests were Prof. Morris P. Faculty guests of Chi Omega on Zeppelin to America in October.
dressed in English or American awarded this year to a woman who Tilley and Mrs. Tilley, Prof. Roy W. Wednesday were Mr. Hugh Hether- She compares that trip, as an ad-
clothes, but her appearance was . Cowden and Mrs. Cowden, and ington and Miss Ellen Moore. An-
is Thursday o teorriy venture and autopemoiestwhich
markedly French. She wore her fllowshipmis op to on- Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys. other dinner was given Thurs rides in early an xperime ntito
hair in braided coils over each ear, This wsMiss Nance Solomon is the guest at which only members of the Ger-
but she wants to do it in a new members of Alpha Omicrons iwho of Alpha Epsilon Phi this week- man department were invited were an adventure involving dis-
way that will be typically American end. Among them were Prof. Oscar L.
before she goes back home.I colleges andeUniversityes, a ng Sleighing Party Is Given Bockstahler and Mrs. Bockstahler,lThe great advantage of travel-
I refrained from asking the cus- gan. The interest of Alpha GammalDr. J. A. C. Hildner and Mrs. Hildner, Hayes, is that, while 'he ocean
tomary questions that all visitors Application blanks for the fel- Delta last Wednesday was a bob- Mr. Albert Van Eorden, and Mr. liner "agonizes between two ele-
to this country are invariably asked lowship may be obtained from the sled party given by the pledges. Harry A. Gnatkowski. Spring ments, the air and the sea" the
beas los l iitr ieflowers and ink candles decorated mns h i n h e, h
because almost all visitors give office of Miss Grace Richards, ad- After an evening of sleighing sup-
practically the same answer. I was viser of women, or by writing di- per was served at the sororitythe tables at this party. tend with Thus seasicness, c-
more interested in -meeting her as rect to the chairman of the Fel- house under the chaperonage of 'Three guests are the reason for tendwimt.n Thuseaickdness bl
- hose nderthechaeronge f 'lowing motion, nausea, headaches,
I would any other prospective lowship Award Committee. To be Mrs. Grace Taylor. unusual entertainment for the and the odor of a ship are avoided.
friend and in getting her reactions considered, an application must be Alpha Gamma Delta wishes to week-end at the Theta Phi Alpha Some inconveniences in this
this way. mailed and bear a postmark not announce the pledging of Dora house. The guests are Alice Shea flight from a woman's point of
Is Interested In Decoration later than March 1, 1929. An- Pope, '32, of Toledo, and Elizabeth and Julia Kerwin, both '29 alumnae view, are told by the journalist.
Like any other girl, she is inter- nouncement of the award will be McDowell, '32, of Bad Axe. of the sorority, and Helen Finnegan, The greatest inconvenience, she
ested in the latest fashions thmade by May 1. No specifications Substitutes As Chaperone all of Detroit. thinks was the lack of heatin
newest way to do one's hair, and are made as to where the graduate Mrs. John A. Howard, of Kala- Csfacilities. There was no mirror in
the "cutest" way to fix one's room. jIstudy is to be done. mazoo, is acting as chaperone at Alpha Xi Delta entertained at the cabin, and one washroom for 20
She seemed very intrigued by the I Women applying for the Alpha the Alpha Phi house this week in dinner on Wednesday Mrs. A. R. people. No windows could be open-
way the college girl decorates her Omicron Pi fellowship are not the absence of Mrs. Gem Sherman Crittenden, Mrs. Goldsmith of ed for fear that passengers would
room, and the contrivance of fit- limited to any special field of work, of Marquette, who, it is thought, Jackson, and Mrs. S. M. Brace. On throw something out that would
ting a gaycover over the foot of but each woman will according to will not return this year. Monday, the reading circle connec- interfere with the ship's propellors
an iron bed-an idea which is no the announcement, be considered Ten members of the Women's ted with the Brace-Moore tour to or machinery. No smoking was al-
novelty to us-fascinated her a on the basis of "her fittness for her League board of directors were en-- Europe this summer met with Mrs. lowed and this caused many pas-
great deal. I wish to take new chosen profession, her attitude to- tertained at dinner Thursday night Wendell Moore at the Alpha Xi sengers discomfort.
wadliean e Delta house. Tea was served while Antehadipsesyws
ideas home with me, she said, ward life and her general needs by the women of Martha Cook Da oam rean ter itiea another hard she says, was
"ideas that will be different from and qualifications." building. a program relating to the itinerary that no baths or showers could be
anything we have. Isn't that cute," The fellowship is payable in two Among the dinner guests of Delta of the trip was given, taken, for the water is not thrown
she murmured about something a installments of $500 each on Sept. Zeta Thursday were Rachel Ram- Dinner guests of Delta Delta Del- away. It is drained off into a tank,
little later. "I am getting so that 1, 1929, and Jan. 1, 1930. A mem- sey, 30, Miriam Kellaen, 31 Ca Burr Mrv and Mrs. Geor for the exact weight of the ship is
I say 'cute' to describe everything- ber award will be made for the col- I Frances Ford, and Mary Schubert. ' odarrB , Mand M rs. erge calculated before leaving, and any
that is an American expression." lege year 1930-1931. . A Founders' Day Observed p Woowoth d and t disturban f its eight would
__________ All members of Kappa Alh Yellow tapers and yellow and white throw it off its balance.
hd abuc riorin htes a e gi~ FSU oclaeterou Foundep Aphr itS"OethUnedtasi-
The bontio tha ery TTheta went into to Detroit yester- flowers made the tables attractive. But these were minor discom-
different from the reality which day to celebrate their Founders' forts. Once the United States in-
they tfound.mIttseemsthatwthey-Day with a program at the Women's Ruthven Is Honored terests herself, the airships will be-
couldn't see how they could have Ten Swarthmore students will go City club. I. Pearl Greene, a na-E p come the luxury clubs of the world,
luncheon at a dormitory as they all 12,000 miles in about 40 days to tional officer, attended the annual By European Society -the glorious setting of a New Ro-
visualized a large room full of beds Sumatra in the Dutch East Indies observance of the founding of the mance, she predicts.
when they heard the term. One to view an eclipse. This eclipse will chapter here. Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, direc-
of them said she knew that a good take place on May 9, and will last Several alumnae were guests of tor of the University Museums,
many of us had the impression that for five minutes and five seconds, Gamma Phi Beta last week-end. professor of zoology, and dean of RAMONA
they would be black, "Well," she -the longest eclipse since 1901. Mrs. John Snodgrass of Detroit Administration, has been highly
said, laughing, "we expected to see Dr. John Miller, the head of the formerly Betty Hubbard, whose . Beauty Shop
red-skinned Indians here. I really Swarthmore department of mathe- wedding was announced this fall, honored by a European scientific
think, though," she went on to say, matics and astronomy, will leave|Mrs. Gerald Grosbeck of New York society, the London Zoological MRS. F. KEELER,
"that we know much more about on January 19. He will photograph City, formerly Virginia Moore, society, by being elected a corres- Facial Expert of New York,
the United States than you people I the eclipse. Professor A. L. Cogs- Louisa Smith, and Ruth Moore ponding member. will be here
know about us." hall of Indiana university, an were entertained at the sorority. This honor is considered a great WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
English Used In Sghools astronomer, will take a picture of Faculty Dinners Given distinction, because only a very AND FRIDAY,
ngis Us, S sthe sun's corona of the same Among the houses giving faculty limited number of foreign zoolo- and will give to every lady a
We teach in English, she ex- (eclipse. dinners this week were Collegiate I gists are elected. Facial Free with a
plained, "but the language used in Sorosis, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Beta Marcel or Finger Wave and
the homes is Africanus, so that (Pi, h mgadBt usrb oTeMcia al hmo-
everyone must know two languages Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, P C Omega, and Betsy Bar- Subscrib toThe Michiga il, Phone 214S7hapoo1
Ibour House. '$42.50 a half ear-It's worth It. Phne247 G25 E. Liberty
This is hard for the little children ! $2.50 a half year-It's worth it._- a y Y _
who are just learning English." ,,--dJJ--
The group has already visited -
New York, Detroit, and Chicago, Strings Supplies
and will go to Buffalo, Montreal,
and Toronto, before they sail from . . Repairs . . T he N[
New York, the purpose of the tour

SIMPLICIT I PR[AILS
lWbstA/ AtSTYLE SHOW
The dominant note in sports
wear this season is simplicity, it
was noted at the Crowley, Milner
style show given at 4 o'clock on
Friday afternoon in the Woman's
Athletic building and sponsored by
the Women's Athletic association.
Flowered and printed silks are
very good. Several ensembles Were
shown. Everything fits snugly, and
skirts are just the same length as
they have been. In the tailored
suits displayed the skirts reached
well below the knee, however. Be-
rets and irregular-shaped hats
were worn with the sports dresses,
several snug fitting ones in brush-
ed wool being show. A soft shade
of blue seems to be very popular
for spring.
The short, tight-fitting formal
has gone out. Almost every eve-
ning dress was long or at least gave
the appearance of being long. The
uneven hem line persists. There
was either a large bow in back or
some sort of bustle effect on prac-
tically every dress displayed. Many
of the dresses were either moire or
taffeta, and there were a number
of red frocks shown. The cocktail
jacket was represented. There is
a wide variety in formals, a type to
suit every one. A rather new fad
is the large chiffon handkerchief
to be carried in the evening.
At Columbia university, which
offers a course on how, to make
leisure profitable in terms of cul-
ture, the members of the faculty
club passed a year and a half out
of the last eight, playing bridge.
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of the J. L. Hudson Beauty
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backe, Josephine Rankin, Isabel
Wilson, and Florence Maple.
Few Have Special Schedules
A few juniors have been given
special practice schedules. These'
are: Dorothy Cox, 5 o'clock, Tues-
day and Wednesday, and 4 o'clock
Friday; Ruth Bell, 5 o'clock Mon-
day, Tuesday, and Thursday; Molly
Goodell, 5 o'clock Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday; Elizabeth
Campbell, 5 o'clock Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday; Eleanor Jef-
fries, 5 o'clock Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Friday; Ethelwyn Vandeveer, 5
o'clock Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday; and Ailene Yeo, 5 o'clock
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday.
If any junior taking part in the

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play has not been listed with any MUSICHOLUUSL
of these groups, she is asked to call 110 S. Main St.
Camilla Hubel at 7238 today' to
arrange a practice schedule. j - -- -_--
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1-' The Country's Leading
Coaches Enthusiastically
Endorse
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A. J. Robertson, Pres.,
The Grid-Craft Corporation,
Peoria, Illinois.
Dear Sir: The indoor football game,
Grid-Craft, which you have designed
and placed on the market is the best
game that I have seen. All football
fans and players should enjoy play-
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Bert Ingwersen,
Head Football C oa~ch,
University of Towa,
Grid-Craft is a real indoor football game,
patterned after our great American Collegiate
game, and governed entirely by its official rules,
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