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November 22, 1929 - Image 5

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T HFE M IC1- 1G AIN D A I

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SENIORS WIN OVER'

'Belle' Takes a Look at Styles in Fur and
Fur-Trimmed Coats Seen About the Campus

Freshmen Also Down juniors on
Slippery Field to
Scoreof4-0.
SNOW HANDICAPS TILTS
The Seniors and the Freshmen !
were victorious over the Sopho-
mores and the Juniors respectively.
in the inter-class hockey tourna-
ment games which were played yes-
terday afternpon at 4 o'click.
The field was in somewhat bet-
ter condition than for the games
two days ago, as the snow had be-
come packed down. It was very slip-
pery, however, and the red balls z /
occasionally lost themselves in a'
snow bank, resulting in somewhat>
slower games than usual.
The Seniors started with a
Whirlwind attack that completely!
demoralized the Sophomores for theo
first quarter of the game, during
which time, the Seniors were able
to stack up their five markers. The
Sophomores suddenly snapped out
of it, and for the remainder of the'
game held the Seniors scoreless, al-

By Belle.
Once again the finer points of.
Ann Arbor are hidden under a
mantle of snow, and once again fur
and fur-trimmed coats are making

PORTIA PRESEN!
Hildegarde Scheuren
Production; Play b

Local Book Shop Exhibits Display of Books,
Etchings, and Prints of Appeal to Childrenf
Since this is National Book Week, linoleum prints are also shown.
1an exhibit of children's books is There are many by Wilfred B. Shaw,
being displayed at the Ann Arbor one time editor of the , Michigan
birects library by the managers of the Alumnus, by John Marshall, a for-:
yPrint and Book Shop, two local ner Michigan student, by Paul

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Daily Files Reveal °Victor an
Attitude of Missouri's

their appearance-or rc-appear Ge'stnberg _Women whose interest in literature Slusser of the Architectural school. ean of Women.
ance, as the case may be-on the Grstnbg.s led them into the field of re- Who does a modern sort of thing
cniu.with blocked background and r-
The outfit which takes the prize "Overtones," a one-act play by tail book selling and library man- 4l Not so many years ago, in 190,
for this week was seen on a bright- Alice Gerstenberg, was presented by agement. The books are attractive- Chamberlain, University faculty The Daily printed a protest from
eyed, rosy-checked little blonde, members of Portia Literary Society 'ly illustrated in high colors so asmember whose ork has risen re- Miss Eva Johnston, then acting
who certainly knows her fashion at its regular meeting Wednesday 'to ea t chlen's imasin markably within the past few dean of women at the University
i eeigintePriacuro, ad to create a love for the classics.Iyer.Svalohioigalpn
onions! She wore a brown en- Oevening in the Portia clubroom. one edition, that of "The Odyssey years. Several of his original pen- of Missouri, against rooting at ath-
semble, consisting of a pleatless Margaret Gray, '31, Marjorie Lih- of Homer," is particularly worthy cil sketches are valuable additions letic contests by women. She de-
lightweight tweed dress, topped coin, '31, Tressa Trudeau, '30, and of aoet icularlf othyu! to the collection.
with a heavy tweed coat lined with Alice Schleh, '32, were members of of attention because of its beauti- Another project of the Print and dared it very unladylike and un-
fur. The coat was trimmed on the the cast. In its endeavor to make filtrowns Book Shop, first undertaken dur- necessary. Women's voices were not
outside with leopard, and its own- the play entirely student-6pcrated' iant interest in modern books and ing the summer two years ago, wassuited to such things and did not
er looked as though she had come Portia selected Hildegarde Scheu- 'i terest"Tna modrn ok and an innovation in Michigan. A ver- y ,
straight from Panls! By the way, ren. '30, to direct the production. wrters. "Trando for which itable Parnassus of Wheels, the wel she avemrccp-
she was also wearing something?1 Frances Thornton, '31, acted as'"Gertrude Stein and James Joyce dshop has conducted for the pastAnother intcrstin iteni of thpc-
very new in gloves, and very prac- general chairman of committees. write, and "The Harvard Hound and two summers a book truck, called riod when women were still a novel-
ticable for the Michigan climate. Other committee chairmen were Howrnd mhrc prnt th wors of "The Book Rover," which travels ty on the college campus, tells of a
TI)y wrenew-erndandb mred BrryaticweauthPrsprtare E1-to the resorts and camps of north- ruling of the board of regentsbar-
Th e vre fur-lined fabric, andI Betty McDowell, '32, Properties, El-amnw e ndmoperrtic aThr s
they are very chic at present with ma Coyle, 31, Costumes, and Doro- special collection of first editions of ern Michigan to sell books. This ring women from mass meetings.
sports costumes. thy Cox, '31, Makeup. is the fist truck of its kind to be Several students immediately pro-
The little blonde had another Individual interpretation of each modern books as well as of old(perambulated in this part of the tested in the columns of The Daily
point in her favor, in that she was role in "Overtones" was emphasized, books and bindings, many of which country, although book-trucking and the ruling was soon modified,
dressed in brown. Deep, rich coincident with .the policy of the have been brought from abroad re- has been done in the East for sev- much to the delight of the women,
brown is the shade for winter. Society to stress originality of in- ently ysU r ral years, this same truck having who declared that they enjoyed
There are brown hats in felt and terpretation, botin n the ficlds of sity faculty. been purchased from two Vassar seeing the yell-leader go through
fabrics; brown tweeds, brown furs, literature and amteur dramatics. Fine engravings, etchins andirls his antics as much as the men did.
and even kid for shoes in the right The selection of the play was
burnt copper shade of brown. partly governed by the fact that , a

though they were unable to score The runner-up in this week's "Overtones" is a theatrical novelty.
'themselves. Marshick lead th sen- contest was another blonde, only It is part of the experimental move-I
for attack and caged three o the !jthis one was tall and willowy and nment against commercial theatres
five markers, the other two being' ; looked like Greta Garbo. She wore in one act plays.
secured by Cassidy and Grabowsky, a very soft dark brown raccoon coat Originally presented on the stage
both of whom played admirable, Brown Fur down the Diagonal. She succeeded of the Bandbox Theatre, in New
games. Outstanding on the sopho- . in looking very smart, since brown York City, "Overtones" and its au-
more team were Healy andLouden, Trirns a very smart ensemble in raccoon is among the most popular thor, Alice Gerstenberg, have been
who showed their usual sti'ength the new winter style. furs for sports wear. identified with' Little Art Theatres
on the offense. Suede golf jackets, with hookless for many years.
The freshman teamtrampled the -- fasteners and worn with tweed A debate between A'delphi House;
juniors to the tune of 4-0. The NOTICE skirts, have also been much in evi- of Representatives and Portia Lit-
teams were more evenly matched There will be a meeting of the dence on the campus. Chamois erary Society will take place on
than the score would indicate, the House committee of the League jackets are new and have many Tuesday, November 20, in 'the Adel-
ball being taken up to the freshman building at 3 o'clock today in devotees. phi room on the fourth floor of
goal several times, only to be the Board of Directors room. One more word about furs - Angell hall. Contrary to usual cus-
snatched by an ever alert freshman AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 4 - have you seen the new green foxes? tom, the debate will be open to the
AUSTdN Trexas!,yNord 14.-DuringhGreen dyed pelts are being promi- public. The question of entrance
and started on its way towards the the past nine months, demand for nently featured by Paris couteriers. requirement standards other than
other end of the field. Jean Botts-
ford, and Annette Cummings star teachers in ,Texas schools has in- Dyed pelts are also used for neck- those of scholarship will form the
red oil the freshman team, each creased approximately 4 per cent pieces to be worn with afternoon issue for the occasion.
playing in her usual good form, de- over the demand for the same nine dresses.
reethe conditfou counters were1months of 1928, judging by figures LOS ANGELES.-The scene of
made by hottsford, and the fourth compiled by the Teachers' Appoint- the women's national golf chain-
by Cummings. Albertina Maslin lead ment Committee of the University pionship matches for 1930 have
the junior offense admirably; while of Texas, according to Miss Miriam been changed from Buffalo to the
Whitney and Moore were strong on Dozier, secretary of the committee. Los Angeles Country club.
The inter-class championship,
which lies between the Freshmen
and the Seniors, will be decided inI
the last game of the series, to be
held this afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Womens League Plans
Various Social Events
Due to the fact that Thanksgiv-
ing is next Thursday and the Pan-
Hellenic ball a week from tonight,
the social activities at the League
building for the ensuing week are
very numerous. Quite a few people
have already called and made per-
sonal reservations for Thanksgiv-
ing dinner. Some of the Sororities
are giving their Pan-Hellenic break-
fasts in the League building.
Other activities have been sched-
uled for the League building. Today
the Social Committee of the League
is giving an undergraduate party4
ini the Ball Room. About a hundred
people are expected to attend.

Pre-Thanksgiving Hat Event
From a carefully selected stock of
New Hats

Among them you will find-
Valours
Felts
Solics
Velvets
Metalics
Felt and satin combinations
$5 to $6.50 now $3.95
$10 to 12.50 now $7.95

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East Liberty at Maynard
Exclusiveness Without Extravagance

PROF. KARVE TO
LECTURE TODAY
Hindu Educator Will Speak on
Women's Education
in India.j
Prof D. K. Karve, Indian educa-
tor who founded the Indian Wom-
en's University Poona, will lecture
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre on
Women's education in India, it is
announced by officials of the Hin-
dustan club, the organization which
is sponsoring Professor Karve's ap-
pearance here.
-Born in India and educated at
the University of Bombay, Profes-
sor Karve has spent his entire life
as ft social worker, aiming to im-
prove the living conditions of his
native land. He is mnaking his first
American lecture tour this year,!
spending two mionths in a series of
lectures before University audiences
over the United States.
Indicating what attitude will be'
taken in his lecture here, Professor
Karve says: "The greatest defect,
in the present educational system
is that secondary as well as higher
education is mostly given through
the mediumi of' a foreign tongue.
Nowhere else in the world is to be
found this unnatural process of ed-
ucating 'people through a foreign
language. Let Americans conceive
of having to be educated through
another language-say French or
German-and then they will be i
able to realize the difficulties in the
way of Indian process.
"This defication of English has
been eating away the opportuni-
ties for culture of our young menj
and women under the present sys-
tem,"' Professor Karve asserts. "To
make the modern Indian languagesf
the media of instruction is the first
adaptation needed in the present!
system of education."

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