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~OV~!yT~~. 8 1929-

TI4~ MTCNTCAr4DAILY

PAGE P'Wfl~

S OIIOORS N~rWILL ATTEMPT ENDURANCE MARK
Will Assist Committees in Prep
arations for Coming ~

Event.

AIM AT CLOSE CONTACTS
Entertainers Have Been Chosen
Through Try- E
Out s.
Mrs. Byri Fox Bacher, newest
member of the Advisory committee s
and advisor of women in the 6 s
School of Music, has been appomnt- ~
ed advisor for the Sophomore Ca- A itdPesPoo
baret. In this capacity, Mrs. Bacher Bobby Trout (below) and Elinor Smith, girl flyers, peer from dopr
will be available for the SophlO- iof cabin plane in which they will attempt a refueling endurance flight
more women to consult her on any over Los Angeles.
plans or ide.'s they may have for! -_____ ___ __-______________
the cabaret, either' at the Advisos's VARIED AFFAIRS r f i TI ir
office in Barbour gymnasium, or in (OCCUPYD LEAGUE ~'I ~II~ ii1II
her own office in the School of Mu- I_ _ UIiLUI l UULIU
sic. This week end, on account of the 3~ ( A _A IA
In speaking of the Cabaret, Mrs. Harvard game, will be one of the
Bacher said, "The activities of busiest of the year at the League q
bui].ding. About 63 reservations for ___
<Sophomore women as a class can private tables seating as many as Two foreign students from the
bring them into much closer Con- 15 people have been already made University, Aley Kuriyan of India,
taci with each other. and r-hat is for the week end. Among those re-.adMiaKoo hnwl ae
the purpose of having a class ati- serving tables are Regent and Mrs. a- ad u fCia wil tk
Svity, such as the old Sophomore Shorts, Dr. Margaret Bell, Regent part in the Worla Fellowship night
Circus, and the new Sophomore Ca- Stone and Dean W. H. Butts. sponsored by the Young Women's
baret. The student who misses! Club meetings, card parties, and Christian Association Friday night,
these contacts does not realize her tea dances are all scheduled at/the in Saginaw.
loss, for it is a necessary part of League building during the next More than 250 women from the
every womans trainin thu week. Next Monday night the Bus- buInsndtrandhgshol
ealytomae onacs it hrness and Professional Woman's buies-nutraadhg sco
colleagues." Club will nmeet in the Alumnae departments of the Y. W. C. A. will
Mrs. Bacher attends tbe meetings Room. attend the affair. The. two for-
01 the general committee. which is At 5:30 next Tuesday Alpha eign students, dressed in their na-
Smade up of Emily Bates, '30, gen- Gamma Sigma will meet in the tive costumes, will address th
eral chairman, Katherine Ferrin, ICave. An open meeting of thegru drighebnuthch
'32, assistant chairman, Dorothy Michigan League is scheduled from 'io~~ duigtebnut~h
Felsks, '32, entertainment, Dorothy 8 to 10 next Wednesday evening in has been arranged for the evening.
B irdzell, '32, finance, Margaret tthe ballroom. The object of this night is to bring
.Thompson, .'32, publicity, Betty At2:30 Thursday afternoon the the women of high school age intc
Loudn, 32,wairesss, al En Faculty Woman's Club is giving a close contact with the meaning of1
sminger, '32, costumes, Helen Kitz- card party in the ballroom. On wrdflosiadfrta u-
~miller, '32, food,. and Ivalita Glas. Friday afternoon Sigma Delta Chi wol elwhp n o htpr
cock, '32, decorations. She also acts is giving a tea dance in the ball- pose a social gathering will follow
~as advisor for all' committees, room. . the banquet, enabling the womenr
rThs far plans hae beenh mae Avolt ha been declardi the t eet th fonoreign students.g f
be presented In the cabaret, and the last three years have been at- the World Fellowship committee 0f1
women have been chosen, through tempting to oust the flapper with the University is to be held at 4
wilbe giventa chance to work for her bobdhibys iueado'clock this afternoon in the Cave
thie cabaret as soon as the plans of Igu shor skirt.nSe is ether byau- of the League building. One of the
the decorations and waitresses thfeyno femietheyr sayiand so members of the committee, Behire
I theyihavestarted wokptrying.t
comiteesar coplted ring' in styles of 1onge skirts full Refik, a Turkish woman, will en-

SENORS~I MACHCOLORFUL FUTURISTIC DESIGNS NGRU NONE
MARK RUSSIAN TEA-ROOM OPENIN
I N CLASSCONTEST Red, yellow, green, and black :oms 2And in2uding ota UN SU LCO CE T
Sophomores Succumb to Junior everywhere from the tiled floor to 090fpe ini the aJ iternoons or Cveh- C MrG HE E S O
Aggregation in Hockey faScinating little round tables will ings except for lunches and din-
Serie. cdistinguish the Russian Tea-roon, ners and Friday and Saturday
____ which is to open Wednesday after- nights for dances. It xvill, however, Chamber Music Series to Offer
FRESH AN SCOND WINnoon in the League building, from be open in the mornings. Four Performances During
FRSH A SCO D WNall others for its originality and uii- Ev-er'y Wednesday from 2 until 6 the Winter Season.
______- Iusual attractiveness. 9 clock the tea-room will be placed____
class hockey mac yesterday aft -pen evey day n ti -r10o'clca bis ohref thsoityra wil act ENSEMBLE WILL APPEAR
ernoon by defeating the freshman night beginning Wednesday, serv-, wait resses, and the menus will be
a 3-1 defeat from the junior team. hIV* * If Moraroard.rIn this wayi the or U s toe Od Componstions
In the third of this series of match-IL1 I URLI ganization will work off their
es the freshman B team down ed the UO I L u Hu~ pedge toward the Undergraduate to Concert Program.
Motley Reds 4-0. - - -Fund. For hm~ ~ui one
e sopm re-yjunio gaelo-Ilrr 1111I li 1 The tea-room is located on thehaee nnneu teCa
rmores in the first period of play. ui eist Thre ius a fpp llyt heuipped ber Music Society of Ann Arbor.
The ball was in junior territory Ieia.the e onete withl eqipyp eyr h areEsml
consistently, only Esther Koch at kthntecnetdwt tb hyaeteBreeEsml
the goal sa~ving the day for the Last Wednesday afternoon at aqan wnigdo uuitclycneto o.2,teMra
junirs.Howver afer ajoie ee ofthe1Wo avellwsh painted. Further equipment essen- Trio on Jan. 1%, the New York
Ellsworth scored for the second Lecommitteeing thehCae of tef tial to the service will be added, String Quartet on Feb. 19, and the
year squad, the juniors. opened up La grue udn , BeAe kmnluding a grill for toasting sand- Elshiico Trio on March, 24. Sub-
a strong offensive and counted p a graduate tukent ad ah, nat ive ces. scription tickets will be sold for
th thnejuniors pintheled. h the revolution that has recently There are small tables and chairs' $5.00, and for $1.50 for students at
Withthejunorsin he eadtheplaced about the room at random, the desk of the Womans League
second half was much slower, and' aken place in the Turkish langu- tall brig'htly painted, characteristic building and at the office of the
th u h oh e ms pay d in t ea .cod n o Mis R fk h of the Russian scheme. There will School of Music. The concerts will
scqring areas neither was able to crcorin o MTrishef tlaug b ay~ly colored lunch cloths and be gvnin the Lydia Mendelssohn
Elizabet atch, junior center have been changed from Arabic to napkins to match, with long tapers itheatre.
forward,'was responsible for all her Latin. Latin characters are much tolgther.- The Barrere Ensemble, the first
team's scores. She played a fast less complicated and the new lan- Its attraction to students who f 01- concert of the series, will be com-
gaethrouhout, nt onl mkin guage has greatly decreased the lowv the "old English custom," and posed of the flute, obe, clarinet,
the posbut carng the y al amount of illiteracy. to those who develop an appetite bassoon and horn, wood-wind in-
down the field each time. Helen The new Turkish has been offi-. about 10 o'clock at night after sev- struments. This is a combination
Domine showed a good offensive cially used now for one'year. All Ieral hours in the library will be Iparticularly adapted to interpret
game and was always on hand to people of the country under forty 1found in its quaint Russian motif, the music of the classic period, as
take the ball. years of age at the time of the ad- its convenience to campus, and a well as the work of modern com-
- opionof te nw chracers erefactor of major importance - is posers. It makes possible restora-
The freshmen held the seniors to optind o tenw caaes werte menu, composed of foods prepar- tion to concert programs of the
oned score the fisbalf nd ano requird t agatendcassh ed in' the kitchwn pf the Loague compositions of Bach, Eadyn,
ritory much of that time. However, A short business meeting was buling.HndadMzr.
with the opening of the final per.' held just before Miss Refik's talk. n
iodthd seioseooktheofenivrj lasofrok'hatksivig aryetnsivIIIelllIlIPIIanlIIslflI1r lalIIThanklIIIIgivingtlhlI partyII toIVL.
and put across three more goals, to ' be given the Wednesday night be-
~one scored by the freshmen. The lfore Thanksiving and for a Christ-_
freshmen played a fighting game mas party, the date of which has .
to the end but were out-lasted and !not been definitely decided weie
too inexperienced, though in future discuSsed.
contests they are likely to show a/
marked improvement. .Dean Bernice V. Brown of 11ad- = ~
fMildred Cassidy was in her usual cliffe college was recently elected'-Iyf
good form, playing the, entire left treasurer of the International Fed-'
field and scoring two goals. Doro.. eration of University Women at the-
thy Marshick made the only count meeting in Geneva. Miss Brown is
in the% first half; In the last few the only American holding office. ~~-I"
minutes of play Herma Grrabow--A/
ski put across the final .goal for NOTICE I I'/
Dorothy Blom exhibited remarka- the Womn's vAthl est Assoc/ia -off
ble offensive play, taking the coun- tion is invited to the 11otball comer mItO ,d5 QWn1
ter down the field time after time., at obegvnti foter- shin br)i'y
Sa osod o1e he had noon at 3.30 o'clock in the Wom ThnueeEkn ar
good support from Betty Aerle~ Ins thetc uidm.
and Annette Cummings - e
c'ma 'a chInce
- .--
ThE *rt Sr of
E N <TIT1A N"-
th* E.ew BE R.TY AT MAYNAR.
Thywanted a "perfect mid- Ecuivn~ i/o/x/v37e
die brown," the smart young __
things told us. A peppy
brown. A warin, vital brown.
Not too dark. And not too
[is'ht!K R T IE

*Hold Rehearsals Today
for Sophomore Cabaret I
SRehearsals for the Sophomore
-'Cabaret will begin this afternoon at
Z4:15 o'clock. The following girls are
'requested to meet in Sarah Caswell
~Angell Hall at that time Erie Web-
~er, Eleanor Walkinshaw, Betty Car-
penter, Ruth Babbitt, Edwina Jen-
"ney, Marjorie Upson, Lucille Lough,1
)Morayne Podesta, Majorie Elsworth,
Dorothy Elsworth, Louise Leonard,
dfelen Hawxhurst, Charlotte Butler,'
Martha Swihart, Cecil Porter, Win-
'fred Root; Bernice Blaser, Celia
~ngles, Francis Re'yburn, Ruth1
yrench, Ruth Mcintosh, Katherine
B~iruxiley, Lois . Sandler, Eugenie
kChapel, Alice Uhlman, Lynee
,lAdams, Dora Polk, Phyllis Ornstein,1
and Mary Elizabeth Dunn. All
~women who take part ini dancing
-,nust have swimming suits or other
')zostumes and shoes suitable for!
Adancing. Everyone is expected to
attend unless previously excused by
7~orothy Felske.
fJERSEYS-Jersey's women's Col-'
lege has created a Personal Bureau.
T'he office is to keep in touch with
'the students, giving them vocation-I
al information and referring'them
4o experts in their particular field
'tbf interest.
Lense and Frames Made to Order
'Optical Prescriptions Filled
HALLER
,STATE STREET JEWELERS

curves, and long hair. According to
Majorie Oelrichs, noted New York
society woman, upon her return
from Paris, American women as a
whole will not be influenced by
Paris styles.

tertain the group with a discussion
of Turkish literature and writing
and the educational facilities inr
Constantinople, where she attend-
ed school before coming to the Uni-
versity of Michigan.

Footwear of Character

The Shoe
for the Stadium
7. /

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NA/ rnm that And that's how T'itian came to be. h',
tarts above new and smart and right..It goes with
an asstheeverythins. Andit may
GoldStripe." be had{ in your favorite
c;OLD STRIPE stYle.
The E. F. Mills Company
1 18 Main Street
The Shop of S at sf action

115 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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Friday and Saturday Only
Special Purchaise Sale
150 NEW

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A trim looking shoe that steps smartly to the
game. The right thing for tailored clotlles.

foot'
In

b)all

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black suede and

kid or brown suede and kid. $8.50.

$10.00

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$15.00

After the Game

DON'T WALK

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Paris imported frock-. Fashionably correct, smart-
ly tailored. Crepes-Georgettes-Satins-Transparent'
Velvets.

SpeCial Selling

When down town,
drop in for a toast
ed Sandwich.
Fresh Candies, I

Call

9416

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NEW HATS

This smart moire pump dances at the smartest parties.
Wth the all-black costume it is perfect. There is also
agraceful model in black moire with a strap. $8.50.
Mez7anine

Drugs
Fountain Service

Cosmetics

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SOLEILS

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Toasted Sandwiches I

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