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TrTDAY, vov i , 1929.THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

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:SECALPRGM, DISCOVERER OFRA
OPNPAIA S T. LAWRENCE
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~dr. Bell, and Dorothy Touff
Sto Give. Welcoming Talk
to Visitors.
ANNOUNCE PROGRAM
akAternate,'Schedule Arranged!
in 'Case of Rain on
4Saturday.j
i Dances and special acts will be'
~features of the cabaret dinner to
Obe held tonight in the Women's
}Athletic Building as part of the
Play Day program at which the
:Mchigan W. A. A. will entertain
women from t he Michigan State!
Kormal College at Ypsilanti, Mich--!
igan State College, and the Battlei
Greek School of Physical Education.!
M-Te program will consist of a wel-.
come address from Dr., Margaret
p .11 of the Physical Education de-
~Partmnent, and Dorothy Tou ff, '301,
~resident of W. A.. A.
SFrancis Sackett, '30, has arranged
1the specialty'i numbers. An unusual
Wcheme of the co-ordination of the!
;colors to be* used in the decorationsi
~nd 'the special dancing has been
{ anned by the committee in charge
f the dinner. The dinner is to be!
abaret style with a novel seating#c
rrangement worked out by Jannet 1
ichael, '31.
'ITnvite Many ,Guests for Diener. t
ftp Guests at the dinner will be the prli nsadtemm
~ers of the staff of their depart-
nents, of physica~l education, and i
rom Michigan are the members of
1.e' staf f, the W. A. A.. board, arnd
partcipants in the coming Play e
ay.
A part of the program .will con-l
on orrow 's games, and preliminary' E
nnouncements in regard to the t:
ro~ram.o
The guests are expected to arriveE
~tween ., and '7 o'clock this eve-
Ing. They will go directly to the
14ec. ullingto register and d
tien. to the houses where they are l1
directed. Francis Bielby, '3OEd, has
chrge of the ;aousing- arrange-
ments. The group from Battle Creek
has chartered' a bus and will arriveU
about 5 o'clock..
Program Varied For Saturday.t
Saturday's program begins at.,J9,p
o'clock in the miorning with, two!
hockey matches, which will be'
played on the field beside the Wornm
errs Athletic Bluilding. At the same g:
same time the tennis singles will Ie(
be played off and the golf tourna- t
wlent will be carried on at the- Bar-
ton Hills' Country 'Club. Luncheoni
will 'be served at 12 o'clock, and at: a
2:30 the; afternloon program will
bgn, consisting of. two hockey
mgtches, the tennis =doubles, and r
tlhe archery tournament, all to beg
held,, in the fields beside the Ath- v
letic. Building. 1 i

2IUM DEDICATES I ITE GM DETROIT SYMPHONY
UIESITY HALL HARLP FI TITED FO
.:;>~.~..:+.......................~ T~ ELA AM ~icBY MARGARET THOMPSON
______"Modern music is employing ther
Alpha Gammia Delta Defeated by harp to a greater extent than cla-
scmusic ever did, so naturally Y
Delt Deta I ~ am a modernist,", said Djina s-'
Scre. trowvska, first harpest of the Detroit '
Syn'thony Orchestra. Miss Ostrow -i
TWO GAMES POSTPONED: sta was the pioneer among women;t
:___;.:::__; to be a first harpist in the Unitedl
The Delta Delta Delta hockey States. She has been with the De-e
Squad took Alpha Gamma Delta troit. Symphony 11 years. and has
down 2-0 Wednesday afternoon it- lopaydwt h Ciaorn
mtch . the Cincinnati Symphony Orchles--,.
an intramular mth Delta-Gai- ras. She has studied extensively.t
" ~ma played Alpha Qnricon, Pi to a in France and also in the UnitedI
''," scoreless tie. Of the two other games States.t
Ischeduled for that period; ^ n "The harp is the most ancient ofZ
team, Betsy Barbour defaulted to ;Instruments and is only in modern't
Alpa Esiln Pi, nd~he lph .composition that it is coming into }
IPhi-Pi Phi match was')postponed --_______________
until Friday afternoon 't 4 o'lockr..I
Ja ne R b rs a iht fs 1 l H U wing on the Delta Gamrma team,,
showed up well. Gertride 'Smith, I 1111 E r i
'30, carried the ball much of the BE M DIID
time in the backfield, area; Vir-" ___1
ginia Olds, '32, and Margaret See- Recommendations made by the
ley, '31 Ed., were both dependable A dvises of the Women regarding
defensive Delta Gamma players. g hne nth in ue
The A. 0. Pi eleven included sev-,
t ieral veterans from interclass hock- o all appr oved houses fo xwomen
t ; ~ey who bolstered up the team con- ( dicussed and accepted by the
siderably. Albertina Maslen, 31,! Board of Representatives at a meet-
played a fast game in the forward 1119 yesterday. Accordingly three
line an Kaherne liford '3.,additions will appear in the new
proved adept at guarding the goal
Grace Manbeck, '31, and Francesf set; of rles to be "issued son.
Sackett, '30, both played excellent! They ill provide for the recog-~
hockey throughout the game. nition of recitals in the University
o The Tri Delt and Alpha Phi School of Music as University af-I
Associa ted PresaolwE teams were well matched. Alpha ! i',irs, for the privlege to all fresh-'
CCurie. ! Phi threatened to score severalI
times, and once was penalized just men' to attend them, and for theI
public appear ance since her ar - in time to prevent a goal from recognition of the Lydia Mendel-.
rival in the United States. She is counting. Katherine Rentscher , sohnn theater in the League build-
shown above leaving the hall after '133, at halfback, and Betty M- ing as comparable to Mimes. The
the eremny.dowell, '32, at center forward, were last, provision will have the effect!
- ______ ~~the most outstanding offensiveofrqingfeh ntoted
dependable and fait on the dee-iteLau hae nFidayan
sot3htEive. rIeSaturday nights oinstheranof(hiring'
P'i Lamlthta Theta, national Tri Delt goals were scored by Ma- th ek floigth aepac-
honorary educational viaeriyre Westin, '30, right wing, %0ho was Lice as at :.Mimres.-
is giving a banquet at':30 to- good throughout on offensive plays; I\Women who have. been elected
n:ight at the League building in and Maud Sargent, '32, right in-
honor of its national president, side, who scored near the end of president of their respective houses I
Mrs. Genevieve Knight Vixler of ;the second half. Doris Renkenber- mst fulfil the eligibility require-
Chicgo.Mrs.Sturt A Cortisger '30 an Bety Luden 32; ents before assuming the duties
Chicgo.Mrs StartA. ouris er,'30 an Bety eadn, 32.of their office, Elizabeth De'Xol
and Miss Alice ,Lloyd will also be were responsible for keeping the chairman of the Board of, Repre-
guests. ball in the striking area during a en tatives, announced yesterda3
'major part of the game. ..-- .y-
See the Classified
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rHARPIST SAYS

R MODERN MUSIC
U~s own. Modern composers are dis-
coverin g its r'eso urcefulness and,
making much use of it," said Miss
C)strowska.
"ere is no reason why women
shcuid 1not hold the same positions~
ii ,in orchestra as men," Miss Os-
trow ska seated. "In Europe women
play the violin in symphony or-
chestras and there are a few wom-:
e'n violinists in this country. As!
tine goes there will be more and
miore women playing in this posi-
tion."
Like other musicians Miss Os-
trowska has a most interesting
hobby. She collects eighteenth cen-
tury furniture and has it on dis-:
play to her friends in Detroit.
Any woman who finds herself in-
eligible should notify the house or-
ganize r for her house, and arrange-
nonts for ;, re-election of horse
president will be made. The elec-
tion will be held before Nov. 1. {
There will be a meeting of
the House Committee of the
League building at 4 o'clock
Monda~y in the Board of Direc-
,,or,-' room of the League.

SO6CIAL ACTIVITIES
KEEP LAGEBUSY
Dinners and Committee Meeting-,
Comprise. Greater Portion; of
Week's4 Activities.
Initiations, dinners, club and
committee meetings; are sonme o
the many activities going on in the-
League building this week. Next
week, the Art Club is holding a
meeting at '7:15 on Tuesday night
in the Cave.
At '7 o'clock tomorrow night the
IMichigan Author's Association will
meet. Senior Society initiation will
take place at 6 o'clock next Mon"-
day evening in a private dining
room. At the same time Pan-
Hellenic Banquet, at which about
780 people will be served, will take
place.
Past presidents of the Women'.s
,Club will be entertained at 12:45
next Tuesday. On the same day at
7:30 the Child Study Group of A.
A. 'U. W. will meet in the Kalama-
zoo Room. .;
From 3 to 6 o'clock next Wed-
nesday the World Fellowship Corn-
mittee will meet in the Cave of the
League Building.

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REQUIEST.

SECOND!

CABARET TRYOUT
Dorothy Felske, chairman of the
entertainmnent committee of thej
Sophomore Cabaret, desires the fol-
lwin~g sophomore women to comne Go
E;rbour gymnasium from 4 to 6
this aftUernoon for second try-
ou~ts: Eleanor Walkinshaw, Cecilia !
Engles, Charlotte Butler, Elva Pas-
.oe, Ruth MacIntosh, Morayne P-!
c esta, Louise Leonard, Dgrothy ,
Nowell, LnciHle Lough, Betty Carpen E
ler, Betty McKee, Frances Rayburn,;
Bern ice" Vlasgi, Marjocry . ii)pson,
Ruth babbitt, Ruth French, Alice
Uhlman, Lois Sandler, Dora Polk;,
Winifred Root; Phylis Ornsteinl,
MIary Elizabeth Dunn and Virginia
Robertsorn.
There will also be tryfouts this
zfternoon from 4 to 6 at Bar bour
,yinasiurn for all sophomore wom-n
n who have not been able to at-
tend previous meetings. All girls,
xho _ale able to sing, to danceor
to play musical instruments are
asked 'to be present,, according to
MIiss Felske.
The Sophomore Cabaret is .a
new feature this year and promises
great possibilities. All sophomore
women are eligible to participate
in this event.

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