Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 09, 1930 - Image 5

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1930-01-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


~T4~ MTt A tEr

PA 6 f~

#. M A. L.n AP.A .R Y A " A. u.:a F'M 1 R .. !.-ll I+ .FRi .Y.


r 'wAUMM3



By Belle pleated. There seems to be a defin- a ties. The scholarship requirement'
Le IIo atces u it~ n e liI I,
Happy Ney Year! Here's hoping ite tendency to one down prints -seot c I cinaschanged to the one in effecta
that everyone had a wonderful va- and checks bycombining them with___ aciv le an h onye the present time. Several activities
Ohio toSPport Negative Here; cation and that you are all set for plain materials. ddT Ml D1 I
Othe estyppaor g h your als 190 Darker hose are being worn with Famous Woman Potter Designs The first point system was adopt- were added, The Michigan Daily, Instru
ed it191.upnethtryeareda-oargoleurnlaiereandMichgan-30n
Michigan to Argue Question One thing is certain-the styles the longer skirts. Deep sunburn Gift for Main Floor of ed in 1913 upon the recommend- Gargoyle, Inlander, and Michigan-;and
With Indiana U. for the new year are going to give shades for evening and bronze and League Building. tion of a committee of the Women's ensian staffs, Geneva club, an In-
everyone a chance to look their sheer black hose fo aternoon wear guand was approved by the an girl's club, Educational club,
EVENTS TO BE JAN. 16 bet vntogh ogsito are the smart choice at present.'Lau n;a prve yteda ilsclb dctoa lb
JVENTesTt.BJAN.nd6eveni.ngEartnnhes-Among the majority of the well- FOUNTAIN IS DEDICATED Committee on Non-athletic organ- Classical club, Athena, and Suffrage Bowl
afternoon and evening are an es- dressed women on campus, wool izations, the forerunner of the association. Kermess and the Athleti
Dbtnontesbet Rsv-tablished fact, those who do not hdesdwmnoncmuwo
Debating on the subject, "Resol-I hdfths hd t hosiery for sport and school wear committee on student affairs. Its freshman pageant were added to and in
ed: that the present axtent of in- care for them still have a chance to ' ie for spk aInteresting and unusual asso- urpose was to "distribute the hon- the list of plays, and the Athletic
stallment. buying of goods for pri-An Ann Arboi tea the other day tions are connected with the new ors of duties of college life among association appears for the first open t
Vate consumption is detrimental to brought forth the charming model addition to the League building, a more of the women of the univer- time. 7to 9I
the best interests of the nation," shown, a modernistic satin print, fountain presented by the Detroit sity, to prevent an excess of non-. The charts adopted i 1923, '4, days, b
both the affirmative and negative The colors were red, brown, and Alumnae Association of Michigan academic work from falling on a and '5 added many more activities, structo
women's debate teams will enter orange. The new cape collarette is and dedicated Saturday. It has been few, and to promote efficiency." for which points were awarded. staffw
into intercollegiate competition a particularly interesting feature, placed in the corridor, on the first Each student was limited to 10 Conedy Club, Masques, Mummers.
Tuesday night, Jan. 16. floor almost directly opposite the points at one time or 12 a semester. Chimes, student directory, Whim- directi
Ohio State university will send Russian tea room. !Like the present requirement, good sies, Oratorical association, T- any w]
its negative team here while Mich- Frances Alda Deserts The fountain is composed of Pe- scholarship was necessary for par- square, Aetorial society, Sociadad This
gan's negative team will journey - ,tStage d World wabic tile, in varying designs and ticination in activities. Hispania,Girl's Cosmopolitan club,and w
o Bloomington to debate the ques- colors, set in a background of terra ! At this time there were 18 ac- (the forerunner of the present all-
tion with the Indiana university Mi. Frances Alda is about to cotta. The designer of the struc- tivities listed, the League, the Ath- campus organization), League eys a
1omen's team. sing farewell to the audiences of ture is Mary Chase Stratton, owner letic Committee, (now the W. A. A.), H-ouse President's club, (the pres-- be of i
Those who will speak on the af- the Metropolitan opera house, and and manager of the Pewabic Pot- Y. W. C. A., junior and senior plays, ent Board of Representatives), of the.
firmative side for Michigan- are: she has no regret whatever. tery plant in Detroit. Mrs. Stratton Pan-Hellenic, junior advisory board, freshman girl's glee club, Mandolin run ofi
Mfabel Morris, '31 Ed., Jessie Wineh - For she is going to devote her- also directed its erection and at- Mortarboard, Wyvern, Senior Sock- club, Sigma Delta Phi, and the Pan- now m
el, '31, and Virginia Houghton, '30. self to much larger audience in tended the dedication services. Mr. ety, Omega Phi, and Stylus. Hellenic ball were among them. A Ever
Vlary Louise Brown, '30, will act as a field where the emoluments are Freer, whose famous Whistler col- Additional charts adopted in change in the number of points the bo
alternate. even greater than they are in the lection is housed in a division of: 1916, 1917, and 1918 showed a great which a student may carry from ings. A
Florence Clement, '31L, Grace music temple of New York societythe Smithsonian Institute at Wash- deal of growth in women's activi- 10 to 12 was also made. will be
Darling, '30, Eva Hesling, '31, with where she has sung for 22 years. ington, has asserted that Mrs. --
Mona Willis, '31, as alternate, will 'oIn moving over to the radio Stratton "is one of the three great- . -- -v',, sra
rgue the negative. The debates f ranks, Madame Alda says she wants est potters in the world." The
are to be judged by a single judge. no gala goodbye-no floral tributes Freer collection contains in its
Both of the teams will engage in either in baskets or in speeches. Peacock room a vase of Pewabic+
lon-decision debates with Detroit -h-/-iottery, the only modern piece in
City college next week,, On Mon- Fem le Globe-rttThey "resen"iondseehe wn
day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the F ml.broter The presentation speech waA
Alpha Nu room the Detroit affirm- Back From Far North made by Miss Helen J. Hanlon,
ative team will debate here, and Ipresident of the Detroit Alumnae Not so much of the feminine limb visible
pn Tuesday Michigan's affirmative NEW YORK-Fresh from her lat- association.Following that a short
team will speak in Detroit on the etxpo mherznwsesof Itl
talle qu e ot T heblc est exploit in the frozen wastesoftl was given by Mrs. Stratton ex- now, Fashion decees. What does show
:Installment question. The public( Lapland, where she cheated a hun- plaining that while she hersel wasj must be clad more enticngly than ever.
is invited to attend both debates. gry band of wolves of their eveningI not a graduate of the University,'
meal, Violet Cressy-Marcks, famed ! two uncles had graduated in '44 and Our Hosiery Department can provide you
:ATHENA DEBA TERS Enlsh woman explorer, is "ex- '46Aeptvely. fteddiainsr with the kind you want in any color to match
TH N EB T R poig"NwYork. At the close of the dedication ser-1n yOy
TO MEE T P)R TIA Entitled to the homage paid to vices Mrs. Stratton was presented or contrast with gowns and shoes.
famous people, she slipped into the a life membership by the University
Ruth Penty, '30, Elizabeth Quaife,' world's greatest metropolis with un- of Michigan League, by the Detroit And part of our service consists of expert
'30, and Gale Saunders, '31, have R -,ostentation more becoming to an alumnae, and given a pin of mem- advice on your hosiery problems.
been selected to compose the Ath- display as much of their lower immigrant. bership.
ena team which 'will debate with limbs as they care to in street and Of the romantic places that live s -_-
Portia society at 3 o'clock next sports dresses. It is true that some only between the covers of books Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, sculp-
Tuesday night, upon the question, of these are showing longer skirts for most people, Miss Cressy- tress, intends to endow a museum B
"Resolved, that University educa-I than those we have been accustom- Marcks can talk with an easy fa- 'which will be devoted entirely to V' I W ALK -OVER
tion should be limited to those per- ed to, but on the other hand, there Imiliarity. American art. The museum will be 115 SOUTH MAIN STREET
sons of special mental ability." are many made with just as short Adventure? She has lived it. She known as the Whitney Museum of
This debate, which is an annual skirts as last year. The newest has shot elephants in the Congo, American Art and its chief purpose
affair between the two societies, skirts are made with fitted hip- traversed the treacherous Sahara, will be to stimulate the .,-erative
has always commanded much in- yokes and girdles, and are split up and braved the sub-zero climate of spirit of the artist before it has
terest. Members of the team se- the front, the Arctic regions. been deadened by old age.._____________
lected after a recent competitive One of the new checked sports =tArn n e d ! d a
1heeting of the group. dresses made its appearance in a
lecture yesterday. It was made of o Drop in for a test curl, and College Beaut -
Statistics compiled at the Univer- two shades of blue pin-checked jer-l-
sity of Wisconsin show that women sey and had a plain wool jacket of learn our price for a Shoppe
begin their college careers at an the darker blue. The skirt was A=LI I
earlier age than do men. Figures comfortably wide, but was , not I NESTLE = Shampoo and Finger'r-
show that three fourths of the wo-
men entered between the ages of C CN Wave $1-00 o
15 and 18 years, while only half the d F=CShampoo and Marte
num'ber of men enter at these ages. Furs and ur Coats 1- PER MANENT $1.00Ift
-___ ____ ___Makeup, Repaired, Re- WAVE -= Special
delle dRelndBeautiful Permanent Wavesa
NEW "'mdeled and ee We use rain water exclu.w R l
SPRING HATS Prices Reasonable sively for our Shampoos. $ a j
In Felt and Braid Combinations E. L. Greenbaum STODDARD Phone 22813
McKinsey Hat Shop4 SpringBEAP Corner State and Liberty
227 SouthSpingtSreet EAUTY1 SHOP vrte utrl
Phone____9625_____707 U. University 2-1212 Open Every Evening
o a o=>< o5 oc-> o<a>0< > < iIlrlrlllllllllrr llrllllrllrllltlllli.-

ction Offered to Both Men
Women on Monday and
Thursday Nights.
ing alleys of the Women's
c building, which are new
excellent condition, will be
both men and women from
p. m., Mondays and Wednes-
eginning next Monday. In-
rs of the physical education
'ill be in attendance to give
ins in scoring and to coach
ho are new to bowling.
opportunity for both men
men to make use of the al-
d to receive instruction will
nterest to many. At the end
season, a tournament will be
, in which all who practice
ay enter.
y student is invited to use
wling alleys Monday even-
charge of 10 cents a string
" 0


and NOW



These nationally known,
campus proven styles at
a reduction s e e m i n g
most impossible, but our
stock is overloaded due
to inclement weather so
we are offer all .
(alJ..~i1Q cFODe sn'


t0 6
fllh'i TH S AS N'-MA TE T!f


. Reptiles
. . Blacks

Values Formery
$7.50 and $8.50

II10 I I


Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan