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THE MICHICAN'bAYLT

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PICTURE TO OPENt
SOON hT THEATRE
Passion of Jeanne d'Arc' to be
Given Week of February 16
in League Theatre.
COMMITTEES APPOINTED
Proceeds Will be Contribute
to Undergraduate Campaign
Fund of League.
"The Passion of Jeanne d'Arc,
a stirring epic of the death and
execution of the French patriot
will be presented in moving pic
tures during the week of Feb. 1
at the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre
in the League building.
The picture promises to be on
of the outstanding features pre-
sented at the theater this year. I
is being sponsored by the Under
graduate Campaign committee o
the Women's League. Members o
the committee will act as sub
chairmen on the different commit-
tees in charge of the presentation
Dorothy Woodrow, '30, has been ap-
pointed business manager, Cather-
ine Ferrin, '32, chairman of ushers
Ruth Marshall, '31, chairman o
music, and Betty Healy, '32, and
Eleanor Cooke, '31, publicity man-
agers. Margaret Sibley, '30, is gen-
eral chairman of the Undergrad-.
uate Campaign committee.
OFFER COURSE IN
LEADER TRAINING
An intensive course in the train-
ing of Girl Scout leaders i offered
through the cooperation of univer-
sities and colleges by the education
department of the National Girl
Scouts. According to Dr. Margaret
Bell, of the physical education de-
partment if a sufficient number of
women on this campus are actively
interested in the girl scouts to wish
to take advantage of this course.
the physical education department
would be willing to sponsor it
"We are enthusiastic about the
course," Dr. Bell said, "and would
like to see it adopted by the women
here. It would be primarily for
those not in the physical education
department, but for all women on
campus irrespective of their
schools;'
This training course, which the
National Girl Scouts will bring
here for a nominal sum if the re-
quest is made, includes from 8 t 10
meetings conducted by a girl scout
national instructor. As many meet-
ings as can be arranged are held
out-of-doors, and one hike i
planned. This, however, is not the
~ primary purpose of the course. It
is essentially intended to teach col-
lege women the aims of the Girl
Scouts, and emphasis is placed up-
-.on ways of carrying on scout
troops rather than upon earning
' ranks and badges.
The Girl Scouts as a national or-
ganization do not ask for academic
credit in higher institutions. The
course is destined primarily for vol-
unteer leaders, young women who
look forward to becoming national
leaders of Girl Scout troops, and it
is a desirable first step to those
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 4
DALCROZE EURYTHMICS
Modern Education in
' RHYTHM
MOVEMENT
MUSIC
Bodily Technique, Plastic Movement,
Solfege, Improvisation, Piano,

Composition.
NORMAL TRAINING
Dalcroze Certificate Provides
New Profession for College and
Music Students
13ooldet on Requestjs
yOEPP E, Director
9 5at'9th St., New York
Volunteer 1357!

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PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT OF CLOTHES
WORN TO EXAMS STATED BY BELLE

SLEIGH RIDES, FACULTY DINNERS,
TI[A AND VUSIbL JAND DANCES GIVEN BY SORORIT

W.A. A. JACKETS TO

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to botany. One might chooOeitherI Hi Undaunted by the sub-zero Mrs. Walter Staebler will pour at
'the new bright grass preen, or the - I weather and oncoming examina- the faculty tea given by the soro-
___*----- J II los pparnty, ms fterity. isMrs. Winifred errin, Miss 1E R ERD ""
equally popular but more sombre King's Daughters to Sponsor sororities on campus have enter- Eloise Harma , Irs Okelberg Orders May be Given on Next
;ra-green. Broadcloth i arnong Party in Ballroom of tamed either at faculty dinners, and Mrs. Chester Barnes will be in Tuesday and Wednesday
1 daces orsleigh rides during the terciiglnMs ooh
the most fashionable materials for LeagueBuilding. weeken ng receiving line. Miss Dorothy in W. A. A. Office.
League wuikdid week -eandAon Ackerman is a house guest while'___
street. A green broadcloth, then, ---Ithe most courageous of them all Ae direnting the gusti e
with a green suede belt placed high TICKETS ARE ON SALE was the Alpha Delta Pi crowd who er a , e. production ofBIRDZELL IS IN CHARGE
around the normal waistiine, and --- ventured forth on bob sleds in the
Swe're all set for botany. Of unusual interest is the Tea freezing temperature Friday eve- Birthdays celebrated Orders will be taken this week
For economics, we would advise and Mw eponsOred byat the riderefrhom ent at an informal birthday dinner on fr the blue wool jackets which
purple-they use it in lunatics' Goodwill Circle of the Ki and then the couples danced. r. Friday night for those in the resi- may be worn only by members of
. Daughters which will be held at Ldence who have birthdays in Jan- the Women's Athletic Association.
rooms, you know-it's so sooth ng." agtr hc ;ilb eda Leslie Rittershofer and Mrs. Rit-1
2:30 on the afternoon of Januawy tershofer and Mrs. Alice Davis ry g dDorothy Birdzell, '32, is in charge
A feminine tailleur, a coat-dress 2 Spring flowers decorated 1the ta- h
2buttoned all the way down the 2in the ballroom of the Michigan were the chaperones. bles at a- faculty dinner given of the jackets, and will be in the
front, of purple crepella would hit League building. The program is The Theta Pi Alpha's went bob- Thursday night at the Alpha Phi W. A. A. office in the League build-
any-er being given for the pprpose of bing that evening also. They were house. Professor Adelbert Ford ing from 2 to 2:30 o'clock both
b nimenno ,rrraising hospital funds, accordin the guests of Virginia Hanlon, '31A, and Mrs. Ford, Professor Hugo P. Tuesday and Wednesday.
e passing grade. An egg-shell satin who was hostess to the party at Joe Thieme and Mrs. Thieme, and Mr. At the W. A. A. meeting which
vest would set it off t operfection. to an announcement by Mrs. Julio Parker's following the ride. Guests Benjamin Wheeler were the guests, was held Friday, suggestions were
e Students of philosophy wil no del Toro, chairman. for the week-end at the sorority Chi Omega gave a tea Thursday given as to the practical use of the
.doubt come to their examinations The guests of honor will includ* house are Miss Marie Shrouder of afternoon in honor of their chap- jackets. They can be worn in the
uattired b solid black. And nothing Regent Esther Marsh Cram. Mi. Monroe, and Mrs. T. J. O'Hara and crone, Mrs. Blanche Harley. Spring fall on the hockey field, during the
could be smarter! A tailored black J B M AMiss Julia Kerwin. both of Detroit. flowers were used as decorations. winter season they are handy to
f tweed on princess lines with a de- unius , rs. exander Ruth- Seigh ride given Collegiate Sorosis entertained at slip on between halves of basket-
i tachable cape and a normal waist- ven, and Mrs. Tressa Way Merrill, A sleigh ride given by Alpha Ep- a faculty dinner on Thursday eve- ball games, while in the spring, a
line is highly recommended. drama chairman of the Michigan silon Iota on Thursday evening ning for the following guests: Mr. light jacket can always be used
- In the picture, we are showing Federation of Women's Clubs. terminated in entertainment and and Mrs. Robert C. Angell, Mr. Al- for baseball games or outdoor par-
you our own choice for our French I a lunch served at the home of Mrs. bert Lockwood, Miss Ethel McCor- ties. Also, when the Athletic Con-
exam. Doesn't it look straight Tickets ac prccd at 50 cents, Lizzie Oliphat, Barton Hills. mick, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Perg- ference of American College Wom-
-from Paris ? It's a tweed weave and may be obtained by calling; Kappa Delta held an informal ment, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Purdo, en comes to Ann Arbor in April, the
, jersey in black and white, with a Mrs. del Toro at 3051. The follow- dance at the chapter house on Fri- Dean Herbert Sadler and Mrs. Sad- jackets will help the guests in
white linen collarette. Incidential- ing program will be given: day evening with Mr. and Mrs. r and Mr. and Mrs Allen s owing who the members of the
ly, that ever-popular combination, Suite "Once Upon a Time" .......C C. Meloche, and Mrs. Anna Dil- Whitney. Michigan W. A. A., and their hosts,
By Belle. black and white, has never been.............Roy Lamont Smitn lingham acting as chaperones. Miss Zeta Tau Alpha announces. the are.
My psychology may be a little better than now. 1. Prologue. Jean Jinney of Ludington and Miss pledging of Dorothy Reinert, '33, of
2. The Gallant Prince. ilda Feske of Detroit are guests Forest Ridge, Long Island.
weak, but it seems to me that Pro- ! 3. The Charming Princess. of the sorority this week-end. Holds initiation P P. Brewington, and Mr. E. H. Wag-
fessor Pillsbury once explained to NOTICE 4. The Princess Walks in the Pledges entertain. Sigma Kappa announces the ner.
me that clothes have a great deal d gWood. The Pi Beta Phi pledge formal initiation of Elizabeth Bradshaw, Engagement announced
to do wit hthe way one feels. If uit and alumni sponsored by . Trcrer was held Friday evening, also. Dr. '31, Detroit; Margaret Moon, '32, Delta Delta Delta announces the
ulty onsoredby 6. The Rescue.F Carl G. Huber, Mrs. Huber, Miss Lansing; and Rogene Seymour, '30, engagement of Dorothy Van Zwa-
thia thae'e to thaulty M escney Fetcher, Katherine Noble, and Mr. Gene Sault Ste. Marie. A banquet was luwenburg, '30, of Ann Arbor, to Al-
hink about what we're going t taught by Miss Ethel McCor- (Pupil of Prof. Guy Maier). Phillips were the chaperones. On held Saturday evening for the new bert Beals, '27, who is with the De-
wear to examinations to pep us up i lbegn te seco ce- Scenes from Shakespeae-Mrs. Al- Thursday night the sorority enter- initiates at which Miss Audrey troit Edison company in Detroit.
d get us in the right mood for l n r27 I lison Ray Heaps tained the following at a faculty Zykman, national grand president, The engagement was announced at
d get.intheright mood fr M eend January 2 in Dramatic Sketch-James Dahl and dinner: Miss Adelaide Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Rock, district coun-.a surprise dinner given Thursday
Hanach subject. Palmer Field house. Anyone in- Richard Purser of the '"Harris Bruce Donaldson , Mr. and Mrs. selor, were the guests of honor. evening. The wedding will take
thing for that astronomy exam! jut h t E m lln Ms. A. ' Playe':. Louis Karpinski, Mr. Albert Crit- Phi Sigma Sigma has as house place some time during the coming
.hng foright tronomy hexa Shaw Enrollment should be Dances by the Nitural Dancing tenden, Mr. and Mrs. Burton D. guests this week-,nd Miss Pearl summer. Dorothy Flinn, '30, enter-
l one might try one of t e new made by January 20 if possible. class of the University (under the Thuma, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waldman of Cleveland and Miss tained at three tables of bridge in
m princess lines. It would follow'e AI direction of Sylvia Adams.) Gearhart. Estelle Koplin of Detroit. the sorority house on Tuesday eve-
ithe lines of the figure to a point versitaWomen pre-school groups Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys and Alpha Xi Delta gave a diner i ning i honor of her birthday
s telof the higure toea point vedity Wom e p o ups Dr. Olga Strastny of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Humphreys, Professor Walter honor of Mrs. Wendell Moore, thei The Ann Arbor 'alumnae of Al-
iust below the hips and then would 1 and 2 will have a joint meet- official physician of American's or- B. Pillsbury and Mrs. Pillsbury, house chaperone, last Saturday I pha Omicron Pi entertained at an
x t the tom of the skirts.ing at 7:45 Tuesday night in the ganized business and profesional Dr. Arthur Cross, and Mrs. Bryl F. night. On Thursday evening the informal dinner and bridge party
rt migt thae o of the alvesy Leg buildsng MEis la women, says that women will never Bacher were guests at a formal din- sorority entertained at a faculty on Wednesday evening in honor of
t might even have one of thevery Emery, professor of English at attain success equal to that of men ner given by Alpha Chi Omega on dinner for Professor George A. the seniors at the home of Mrs.
iuff sets. In any case, it vould rad Ypsilanti, wralion etry, until they can relax with their feet Wednesday evening. . This after- Lindsay, Professor Felix G. Gustaf- Paul Wegner. Miniature diplomas
un "A"! y-wRhyme and Creative Return for higher than their heads as the men noon Mrs. Raleigh Schorling, Mrs. son and Mrs. Gustafson, Mr. Gail were given as place-cards.
" "A" 2Pre-school Children."doC.CGovrMr.MblRead -- -- - --
Of course one would wear green doCCGlovrM- -.ablReedd- -
'who intend to become professional A total of 278 degrees were award-
workers in girl scouting. ed at the end of the past summerTI
All students satisfa -'torily comn- session at the University of Wiscon-
Alsuet aif"trl -oleting this count leaders' courseI sin, Dean Scott H. Goodnight, diree-
are given a certificate of training. tor, has announced in an end-of- 10 Come to us for Expert Typing and Binding.
vhen application is made for a was called the most successful in; the InM i 01CUR10n and peling
commission in the Qirl Scout na- history of the University, Only corrected
tional field department. three colleges, Columbia, Minneso- u
All women who are interested ta, and Chicago, exceeded Wiscon- M '
are asked to dpake a $2 deposit to sin's enrollment which reached a
support it, anid sign up with Dr. new high total of 5,222 students,0!rp
Bell's secretary in Barbour gymna an increase of three per cent over
Siam. the summer of 1928, __.:: . Introduces Smart New Froc
lv (" )"Prints, chiffons and crepes for spring," says
Ve__nal Test _Paris. Hutzel's responds with a' collection of new
= -a tfrocks in all the smartest new patterns and colors
M U SICof Every Pfrnyiu with i vary
ing skirt length, descending gradually from morn-
ing to evening . . the youthful trend despite
TH RIT C AT cifnsadoltcrps THE VICTORS U ]V ew a Wealth of, complicated ,details, that indicate the
TH E V CTiRpotance of tefeii ee
THE ARISTOCRATS Prts;cifions ad fat crepes
THE MICHIGANDERS$
The Varsity SerenadersF$2
(Now at Joe Parker's)
W oolner Orchestra Service . .il289osi ghfl ns ode
515 Monroe Dial 21869 Fashion has given us the
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Menu for Sunday
SPECIAL DINNER $1.00

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Shrimp Cocktail
Celery
Turkey Broth
Broiled Small Steak
Fried Chicken-Country -Style

Olives

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the mid-winter season and for
early spring.
Gay colored prints, bright
blue failles, new green can-
tons, sumac flat crepes and
the favored black, with its
touches of color are here in a
variety of styles for all day-
ti"e occasions.
Priced
$1650
and up

Roast Young Turkey, Dressing-and Jelly
Fried Pork Cutlet, Applesauce
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