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TdctI- t~hce -aeTO PAY Al \ I Si Trugtecoreyo h C---Al-d .\xh


which will Take place at 5:30 o'-
01ock Tue-dav, November 26, are
now on sale l r one dollar. Fresh-;

Rebecca Cole, '30, Chairman of
Posters Com nittee for

Game Is Played on Field Cover-
ed With 2 Inches of S'ow;
Red Ball Used.
Cassidy Starred For Winners


There will be a meeting of the
Board of Representatives at 5
o'clock today in Board of Rep-
resentatives room in the League
W.A.A. Board meeting will be
held at 5:30 o'clock today in the

men and sophomores can purchase
their tickets from Annette Cum- L u
mings, '33, freshman manager'POSTER CONTEST OPENS
while juniors and seniors may ob --
tain theirs from Helen Wilson, '31, Admission to the Women's
junor mnanagesentra-mrpshesay League and Interchurch Bazaar on1
attend the banquet are asked to Friday and Saturday, December (1
si'n up on a sheet posted on the and 7, in Barbour gymnasium wifl

troit News)
By Florence Davies
Under the auspices of the Ann
, rbor Art Association many prom-
inent Ann Arbor women are exhib-
it mig their work at Alumni Memor-
i f all. Among these is Maria L.
Cia n who contributes a pleasing
group which includes a portrait
study of a little girl in a print dress,
the whole of a Dresden china love-
' ness, delicately, almost tenderly,
felt and expressed. Bertha D. Thu-
maenters a still life, of rubber
plant and plaster cast, very firm
and cool and conscious of the beau-

pleases is the patrh of sun-lit
woodland by Mrs. Margaret Cha-
Other entries which add to the
'7 ..t JJn.7n lo i &IUclf-nn t it


SHO L re a p euang Sel -puru ral
by Eleanor M. Strafer, a fine study!
of golden blossoms in a blue bowl
done by Della Garretson with a finea
clarity'of color and happy vigor:
a still life study notable for a cer-
tain largeness of vision and sim-
plicity of treatmcrit by Neva Cof-

Ensemble of X\id Instrumens
Will Present U'xusual
Program Monday.

in Close and Hard-fought Board room at the Field House. ultn odit the Fid House require the payment of ten cen
if rthuyrcanhotpgyment tfuchnwith1;
Battle. Everyn one must be present un- itheyf t et imn teoc with in exchange for a ticket from ti
less excused before the meeting. either of these women before Mon
e f m .dW dy. door-keeper, was the announce
The strong Kappa Kappa Gam- ANCIENT VOLUMES Entertainment at the banquet ment of Evelyn Miller, '31, chai
ma hockey team was humbled for will consist of stunts offered by man of the door committee, in
the first time when they met and FO 1 EXHIBIT AT each class, according to tradition, meeting yesterday of the centr
lost to the Zeta Tau Alpha combi- AOand dancing, for which Paul Bur- committee of the Bazaar.
nation' to a score of 3-0, in the rough's orchestra will furnish the Samples of all of the articke
finals of the intramural hockey music. With the presentation of which were assigned the varioru
tournament yesterday afternoon. Old books, first editions, earliest awards, speeches will be given, but houses have not yet been turned i
-swriting materials and scrolls are the speakers will be announced la- for approval. The last possible o:
The game was one of the most only a few of the interesting fea- ter. portunity for this will be betwee
picturesque, if not the fastest, that tures on display this week at the Both. intramural and inter-class 3 and 4 o'clock in the parlour i
has been seen here this season. Ann Arbor High school to celebrate cups will be awarded to the win- Barbour gymnasium adjoining ti
Played on a field covered by two National Book Week. Each depart- ning teams of both divisions, be- office of Advisers of Women. A
'inches of snow, and with a ball ment has its own display, showing sides awards to members of inter- articles must be marked with th
painted bright red, it gave jore the the earliest books, as well as the class teams who have earned them. amount spent in making them be
appearance of a snow fignt than of more modern. Small "M's" will be presented to fore they are turned in to He-
an organized hockey game. And In the French department is a any women who have erned 300 mine Soukup, '31, chairman of th
out of the flying snow, Zeta Tau copy of an old book stall such as points, and a large "M" to anyone articles committee, today.
Alpha emerged champion. Each the ones that line the banks of the who has earned 1,200 points. Rebecca Cole, '30A, ha been ap
team was timore than ordinarily Seine. Here the books of this lan- Points are awarded in inter-class pointed .chairman of the poste
eager to win, and it was very dis- guage are displayed. Perhaps the hockey according to the team upon committee. The announcement wa
heartening to be forced to stop and most interesting feature of this ex- which a woman plays. Members of made at the meeting yesterday c
dig the ball out of the snow before hibit is the collection of children's first teams win 100 points, membersthe poster contest which will b
attempting to hit it. books in*early French with quaint of the first squad, that is first team held next week. Anyone is eligibl
As usual, Mildred Cassidy led illustrations and printing. substitutes, are awarded 75 points, to submit posters; they must b
the offense for Z. T. A., scoring two In the Spanish display is a copy while those who play on second or completed and turned in by Mon
of the three markers secured. of the first book ever printed in motley teams win 50 points. day, Dec. 2, in order to receive con
Margaret Ohlson and Sally Temple. Spanish. There is also an old dic- Frances Bielby, '30, inter-class sideration. They will be judged o:
while unable to show their usual 'tionary printed in the year 1839. hockey manager, is in charge of the their originality by the poster
speed, were up to their traditional (Several books by Ibanze, represent banquet, and will answer any ques- committee. and a prize will b
good form when it came to hitting he modern Spanish novels. tions anyone may have about it. awarded the woman who submit
the ball, and were strong support The German display is arranged If there is any doubt about mak- the best one.
for Cassidy to show the development of Ger- mg reservations, it can be taken Samples of all articles for the
foman books from the Gothic, whichC y care of through Miss Bilbmp
Kappa. a tear% noted for its is the oldest record of any erm- Women's League Bazaar must be
speed and combination work, was iIturned into Hermine Soukup, '31
anic tongue, a translation of the mathematics text books from 1804 for approval between 3 and
sadly handicapped by the condi- Bible ,written in 381. Then come the to the newest text of geometry pub- o'clock today in Barbou Gyn-
ed exceptionally good hockey all gospel written in high Germn, and lished last year. tinasium.
ed n exceptionall good hcey alle the oldest German poetry written A little variation in the exhibit ---
season, and the fact that they were iii low German in 830. Many old was presented by the Latin depart- The arrangement committee i
unable to put over their usual fast German books were loaned by Prof. ment. Here students had made working on a plan of display fo
footwork, may in part account for1 T. J. C.Diekhoff of the German de- copies of old scrolls, wax tablets the articles4' in their respectiv
tC'eir failure to scoret Annette partment. Also copies were fur- each with a stylus and many in- booths. Entertainment during th
Cumrmingsand Margaret Eaman nished by students and some by tersting implements of old writ- bazaar will include a fishpon
were outstanding on the offense, Mr. Schmidt whose father was the ing utensils. There was one table which proved very popular lat
aain and agnindsecuring the ball first German preacher in Michigan. devoted to the favorite books of year, and fortune tellers of sever
and starting it down towards the The oldest book in this display was students. Here as usual were types. The fortune, teller's boot
Z. T. A. goal. Pauline Bowe as goal published in 1650 and is, as are Louisa May Alcott, Ivanhoe, books will be in the small parlor just o
keeer as exceptionak goodmost of the older ones, a religious on fishing, and our American ship the large gymnasium.
several times averting a marker for book, builders.
Z. T. A., and sending the ball far In the biology department the
out into the field. oldest book is an old Herbal pub
The silver loving cup will be lished in 1633. It not only con- ASix Months'
awarded to Zeta Tau Alpha, the tains many illustrations, but also Don't Forget to SendAM
evening of Nov. 26 at the annual tells the "virtues" of each lantP -
hockey banquet. discussed. Such famous men as the Folks at Home a Pemanent ave
Buffon, Agassiz, St. Hilaire, Cuvier,s
Gramaphone Develops and Liaes are represented in works Thanksgiving ah n abot or saron?
dated from 1794 to modern biol- ' worrying about your hair?
Music Taste, Says Jack gies. Prof. John F. Shepherd of the rCa wing s a de
Psychology department, and Prof. and softness which can only
"For the purpose of understand- Louis C. Karpinski kindly donated t teParea wonderful line of be ,ifected'by skjllvd ojer-
LoisC.Kapnsi inl dnaed Chitms arsand Noveties. tos,
ing music and developing one's volumes from their libraries for CCsats
taste the gramophone is much su- this exhibit. Your inspection is solicited.
petior to the concert, the radio, and The mathematics department had
the amateur's instrumen't," stated a book published in 1631, but a more h A .STOD ARDf
Professor Jack last evening before valuable edition was the first The Art& Git
the music section of the Faculty translation of Euclid from the Latin I Shop BEAUTY SHOP
Woens lu. Itisareug fomino ngih.Ths xhbi hdShop
the radio, an essential preliminary - -
to the concert, and a consolation for . 21.'i S st 7
one's own lack of executive ability.
I look forward to the time when PERMANENT WAVE ! _ _____ a__.________ _4.,e
record libraries will be as common and (-W
as libraries of books.
"Music has" a technical or musi- FINGER WAVING
cal meaning, and a psychological w - - __ ____
ineaning," Professor Jack continu- lay
ed. Each of these may even be quite'
clear, but the relation of the two- MR. MAURICE Q 11
th relation of cause and effet- of Pr, o nd Budapes
is not clear. The psychlogical o aiIon n ua
meaning is the most variable.
Music should rearrange our ex- For Appointment f
perience, not disorder it. The ques- Dof F all308o3t wl
tion, "What does music mean?" Dial 3083
cannot be answered in so many
precise words. To attempt to an- MICHIGAN
swer this would be like trying to
translate one language into another, BEAUTY SHOPPE
without proper vocabulary," said
Professor Jack.


ty of form expressed in a detached A highly original and individualj
mcod. and Harriet Waite betravs a contribution is made to the show
nine flair for the beauty of pattern b tion in mathemkow
and color in her still life arrange-d by young Marina Timusciemko s
young Russian student who is seen.
in varying moods now aflame withl
ARCHERS MEET life and joy and vigor in somel
IN INTRAMURAL "masing water-color studies of
CONTEST TODA I flowers and now quietly musing;
over the color and texture of sone
Rain or snow will not postpone . till-life arrangements or a simple,
the intramural archery tournament ahnost archaic handling of a por-
whic is schduledafromry o5ame-,trait in oil. It is at least apparent
clock this afternoon, but will only that something goes on inside the
necessitate its being held indoors. head of Miss Timaschenko when she
If the weather is fair, the shooting contemplates beautiful or provoca-k
will be done on the outdoor range. i tive objects, and that is more than!
Otilcials for the tournament will be yr
lviss Ella B. Rawlings, of the phy- may be said of some very skillful
sisal education department, Arliene workers. .
IHeilman, '30. archery manager, and A group of very gay water colors,
Elizabeth Whitney, '31. cheerful, full of amusing style and
Practice qualifications will be un- character, and very aecorative, are
necessary for the tournament, as caatr idvr eoaie r
bad weather has made the required entered by'Mrs. Guy Maier.
.mount impossible. Also, anyone -- -- -
WiDo has not yet signed up for the Sixteen memL~rs of the Glee
match may still participate, pro- Club sang college songs for the
vided there is a team of two from 1PiOss Club at a dinner last Friday
the house they represent. No one ! night.-
may enter the tournament without ------ --
a teammate. Tri-Delts of Ohio State university
There will be two rounds to the won the, Pan-Hellenic scholarship
tournament. The first will be 36 j trophy with an average of 2.71. Al-
arrows shot from 20 feet, and the pha Chi Omega was secod withI
second will be 36 arrows shot frorl an average of 2.63, and Sigma Kap-
2O feet. Members of the Tuesday pa third with a standing of 2.53.
and Thursday 2 o'clock section may
!shoot during the class period if
they fhake their arrangements in
accordance with the requirements F rs and Fur Coats
j Makeup, Repaired, Re-



Kleine Kammermusik.........
..............Paul Hindemith
Suite Miniature ........Poldowsky
College Beauty
Shamnoo and Finger
Wave $1.00
Shampoo and Marcel
Beautiful Marcel Effect
Permanent Waves
with Ringlet Ends
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Over the Butterfly

The Barrere Ensemble of wind
instruments will present the first of
a series of concerts being sponsored
by the Chamber Music Society of
Ann Arbor Monday evening, Noy.
25, in the Lydia Mendelssohn the-
George Barrere formed the pres-
ent ensemble immediately after his
graduation from the Paris Conser-
vatoire. When mentioning charnt-
ber music. one usually thinks of-
string instruments, but the Bar-
rere ensemble is composed of oboe,
horn, bassoon'and flute. This com-
bination makes it possible to give
compositions seldoim heard, and Mr.
Barrere has a special faculty for
making programs of unusual de-
licacy and interest.
Dr. Frank Crane said of Mr. Bar-
rere, "He is the finest flutist in the
world and it were well worth any-
one's taking a long journey to hear
The program Monday night will
be as follows:
Serenade in E-flat ........ Mozart
Little Irishl Suite . . Swan Hennessy
Quintet in G Minor ... Franz Danzi



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even the best sales
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