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W1 i N~t- A Y, OCT03EJR 23, 1929

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LEAGUE WSILL HOLD
PARTY IN BALLROM
FRIDAYAFTRON
Dancing and Progressive Bridge
Planned for Entertainment
of Guests
DIRECTORS TO SERVE TEA
Opportunity to meet informally
and enjoy an hour of bridge or
dancing will be given to all women
at the first League party of the
year at 4 o'clock Friday in the ball-
room of the League. This party will
be the first of a series of five or six
given at intervals during the year,
following a general scheme of a
voyage around the world on the
ship "Leagueatania." The first
party is on board ship while the
others will represent stops at vari-
ous countries along the route, in-
cluding Spain, France, and Japan.
Several tables of progressive
bridge will be carried on at one end
of the ballroom and a prize will be
offered to the highest scorer. All
of the scores from all of the parties
will be kept and the women with
the highest total score will receive
the grand prize.
There will be a chance for danc-
ing to a peppy orchestra on the ex-
celent floor of theballroom for
those who are not interested in
bridge. Tea will be served by mem-
bers of the Board of Directors at
a table placed at the end of the
ballroom.
Class in Wood-winds
Attracts More Women
Although training in voice, or-
gan, and piano at the School of
Music has always been popular.
among the women students, there
is gradually an increasing number
becoming interested in wind in-
struments. Most of the women are
studying to become supervisors, and
to do this, it is necessary for each
student .to be able to teach or at
least know how to play every in-
strument. .t
At the present time, there are 31
women . in string instrument
classes and 21 in wind instrument
classes. The latter group will re-
ceive training in all the wood-windsf
': and all of the brass before they are
through. The classes meet in Mor-
ris hall every day at 1 o'clock, and
the advanced classes, at 2 o'clock.
Women students, as soon as they
are capable of doing a sufficiently
commendable grade of work, are
permitted to participate in the or-
chestra, and this year, the women
are well represented in it. They
take part in the orchestra series
which are being broadcasted over
the radio, the next one which will
be on the air November 2, and they
will take an active part in the en-
semble, oh November 9.
Anny Rutz, a twenty-year old
typist, will. have the role of the
Virgin Mary in the Passion Play
when it opens at OberammrergauI
on May, 11, 1930. She was chosen
from a group of women all in their
early twenties.

HATES PUBLICITY

'CLUB ANNOUNCES i
ARRANGEMENTS FOR
PROGRAMSOF1YEAR'
DReception to be Held Tomorrow
Will Open Monthly Meetings
of Faculty Women's Club.
SECTIONS TO MEET ALSO
Drama, Music, Art, Child Study
and Gardening Groups Now
Being Organized
The program of the general
meetings of the Faculty Women's
Club have been arranged for this
year. With the opening reception,]
the plans for which are in charge
of Mrs. A. Franklin Shull, chair-
man of the hospitality com-
mittee, t h e arrangements for
the year's program are in charge
of Mrs. Edward L. Adams. Mrs. Ad-
ams is chairman of the program
committee.
The purpose of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club is to promote acquain-
tance and fellowship among the
women of the faculty. The general
meetings for the year include the
opening reception tomorrow, Octo-
ber 24, a card party in November,
and an evening reception and
dance in December.
A special feature party will be
given in January, a play by the
Drama Section in February, an art
exhibit by the Art Section in
March, and a tea at the home of
Mrs. George W. Patterson in April.
In May, a luncheon will be held.
In addition to these general
meetings, there are various sec-
tion meetings. The sections now
organized include a Newcomers'
Section, and a number of groups
interested in art, music, the drama,
child study, and gardening.

Notices

All houses interested in sell-
ing League bluebooks, which, is
being sponsored by Wyvern,
should send representatives to
the W. A. A. office in the League
building between 4 and 5 o -
Sclock today. All bluebooks must
be paid for before they are taken
from the League. They will also
be sold at the candy booth in
University hall, as in previous
years, for five cents apiece or
three for ten cents.
There will be a meeting of Wy-
vern tonight from 7 until 9 o'clock
in the Cave of the League.
There will be a meeting of Sigma
Eta Chi tomorrow night from 7 un-
til 9 o'clock in the Cave of the
League.
There will be a meeting of Alpha
Gamma Sigma tomorrow afternoon
from 5 until 6 o'clock in the Cave
of the League.

BOWLING ALLEYS

MRS. BYRL FOX BACHER TAKES
INTEREST IN UNIVERSITY WOMEN

U1 L11 1 UI II IU 1t1 IIf I consider myself fortunate to they soon did in the course of the
have the opportunity of being a recitals they gave. It was not long
Despite the fact that the four re- tuidnivenrsity, sad Mrs. ByFomenf before this small group of women
markable bowling alleys in the Bacher, who is the newest member had raised enough money to start
Women's Athletic building at Pal- of the advisory committee, and ad- a. small reading room. Later when
mer Field are two years old, and visor of women in the School of a city building was constructed, a
hence, should be well known, very i Mr tBacher suite was provided for a public 11-
few wmen ave ade se o theedly interested in the women of the ba hc sa
few women have made use of the University, and above all things brary which is at present in the
excellent opportunity to bowl. Any she dreads being considered by process of becoming an endowed
woman affiliated with the Univer- them as a "necessary evil." library. The achievement of this
sity in any way is invited to spend Mrs. Bacher went on to say that organization proved to Mrs. Bacher
as maich time as possible in the her interest in women began in a the value of consistent endeavor.
bo- .g room.1strange way. When she moved from From Loudonville she came to
o Canton, Ohio, where her father had the University where she was
Th( alleys are open each day ex- been a teacher in the public graduated from the voice depart-
cept Saturday from 4 until $ schools, and she had begun her ment of the School of Music in
o'clock. Free instruction is provided study of music, to Loudonville, 1910. She became dean of women
at all times and there are boys Ohio, she was immediately im- in the School of Music in 1915, and
present to set up pins. Bowling is 1 pressed by the fact that in this I also a member of the voice faculty.
10 cents a string. It is pleasant ree- small town there was no sign of.Since then she has studied with
reation and W. A. A. points are a public library or even a reading' Egon Sohlin in Berlin, and main-
awarded for it. room. She decided that this situa-tained a great interest in this field.
-__ tion could be remedied. She formed Mrs. Bacher is past state president
a women's chorus, the primary in- of the National Federation of
terest of this group was music, but Music, and chairman of the Edu-
Itheyalso wished to become more cation department of the National
acquainted with each other, and Federation of Music Clubs.

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found out that she was the daugh-
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Tea-Room of Vassar
Graduates Proves to
be Successful Venture
One hundred Vassar College
graduates have begun a tea-room
venture which has already sent one
girl to school, has paid stock divi-
dends, and will eventually finance
a permanent scholarship fund.
Along with these advantages it has
done away with the need for
alumnae drives.
This Vassar House is on the
fringe of the city's business district,
and is exceedingly popular with the
men.

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