FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930
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SPEA( [(SUGGESTSj OET ERKS LE (WO DIRECTOR ARTS EXHIBITED
LL IN , GANDHI R ANKS L I AT ALUMNI HALL
n Women's Faculty Club Sponsors
ATHLETIC ACTIVITY7 ANNONCES DAY'S __
iririin An interesting exhibit, of art
FOR SURE TIME PROGRAMF MEETDp fa r
LLI~IUDwork done by the members of the
Art section of the Faculty Women's
Pres. Ruthven and Miss Lloyd Banquet Will be Served to 200 club, under the direction of Mrs.
Welcome Delegates at in League Ballroom F. H. Aldrich, will be held on May
First Meeting. Friday Night. 4 from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Alumni
TO BE PRESENTED
BY DANCE GROUPS
Presentation Includes Designs,
W. A. A. HEAD PRESIDES
Marguerite Schwarz Comment
on Progress of Members
"We need to learn how to use ou
leisure time to the best advantage,
stated Nellie Lee Holt, director o
religious education at Stephen
College, Columbia, Mo., in the key
note address of the Athletic Con
ference of American College Wo
men, which she delivered yesterday
before the entire conference. Ath
letics as part of the regular curri
culum does not help us to solve
this problem, according to Miss
.Holt.' The program of A. C. A. C.
W. contains the ideal of "Play fo
Play's sake," and this can be ful
filled only if athletics, as a leisur
time occupation, are taken up as a
Miss Holt continued by saying
that the fact that we attend col
lege is proof thatnwe are creatures
of habit. Education is the forma-
tion of habits which will be of val-
ue in after life. Physical educa-
tion should come under this head-
ing as well as mental education
Today's program for the Ath-
letic Conference of American
9:00 a. m.-Discussion groups.
1. Coeducational colleges, Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall.
2. Girls' Colleges, Committee
room, League building.
3. Junior colleges and Normal
schools, Alumnae room, League
12:00 a. m.-Luncheon, League
2:00 p. m.-Open meeting, Na-
tural Science Auditorium.
4:30 p. m.-Closed meeting, of-
4:30 p. m.-Open meeting, unof-
6:00 p. m.-Dinner, League cafe-
8:00 p. m.-Orchesis program,
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
11:00 p. m.-Midnight surprise,
Palmer Field house.
y Madame SaroiniN aidu,
- Orator and poetess, was given a
- high position in the ranks of Ma-
e hatma Gandhi, Indian Nationalist
- OR fMr
Foremost Women Bowlers Begin
Annual National Competition
OFFER $12,000 IN PRIZES
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky, April 24
---America's premier women bowl-
ers will begin their annual com-
1 petition for honors, medals, and
shares of the more than $12,000
cash prizes tonight with the open-I
ing of the twelfth annual women's
international bowling congress
Included in the record entry list
of 354 teams are practically all the
women who have won in recent
competitions. Fifteen states and
51 cities are represented, and one
team is scheduled to come from
Anchorage, Alaska, during the 14-
Louisville, of course, leads in the
number of entries, having 160, sur-
passing the record of any previous
home city. Most of the local teams
are booster aggregations, however.,
.'Chicago plans to send 20 teams,
Spractically all Class A bowlers, D-
I troit 16, and St. Louis and Colum-
I bus, Ohio, 15 each.
All of last year's world champions
- are entered this year. Harvey's
Market Square of Kansas City, win-
ners of the team title last year at
Buffalo, is scheduled for May 6.
Dorothy MQuade and MarySmith,
Chicago, will defend the doubles
title. Mrs. Agnes Higgins, Chicago,
who won the singles medal with a
, score of 637, is entered, as is Emmna
PJaeger, Toledo. who has won the
all-events championship four times.
Mayor William B. Harrison is
scheduled to deliver the welcomingI
address tonight with a response by
Mrs. Hean Kneprath, Milwaukee.
president of the congress.
---Memorial hall. There will be a re- uiing at 1: 5prompiy o Dean Thyrsa W. Amos, of the
MANY LUNCHEONS GIVEN ception and at home for the hus- 100 WOMEN TAKE PART Saturday, and white or pastel University of Pittsburgh, who is
-bands of members on Sunday and dresses will be worn president of the National Associa-
Leaders in Educational Fields the exhibit will be open to the puh- Play Production Assists With Members will also meet on tion of Deans of Women, will be
Preside Over Various lic the three following days. Staging i Orchesis Plans Sunday morning at 10:00 in the honored at a forma dinner to be
Cofrne.The exhibit includes only the CotmsadWui.X. A. A. building in formal at- hnrda omldne ob
Conferences. rnaxhbtn ebrn e Costumes and Music. !.le t n ci given at 7 o'clock tonight in din-
origina work of members of any I__ tire. The latter is a new action, gvna 'lc oih ndn
Iordin originalofth Lage uidig
"Many of the activities. of the four divisions of the general Two distinct parts are included accordin to Helen Barc, '31, g roo Deo th League building.
ofteatvte"fte art section of the club. The two !itntprs icue president. .Dean Emeritus Myra B. Jordan,
Michigan Schoolmasters' conven-n h - in the program which will be pre- and Miss Grace Richards, Miss
tion will be held in the League manship of Mrs. Benjamin Bailey sented at 8:15 o'clock tonight in Women who ordered pictures Alice Lloyd and Mrs. Byrl Bacher,
building this week," stated Mr. and Mrs. Guy Maier will exhibit the Lydia Mandelssohn theatre by' of the Junior Girls' Play are re- Alie o an Mr. thr Bacher-
Louis P. Jocelyn, secretary-treasur- oils, pastels, and water colors. Orchesis, members of dancing quested to call for them imme- ses. Immediately after the dinner
er of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Hooked rugs, needle point and bat- lasses, and students in the physi- diately at the office of Miss Amy the guests will attend the Orchesis
club, y. Mrs. Grace Hol- ticks will be shown as the result of Th i Loomis. Dance
listerd of the League build- the work done by the two craft- . . . T . delssohn theatre.
work sections under Mrs. F. R. concerns itself with interpretations,
ing, gave out the following pro- Finch and Mrs. C. H. Griffitts. rhythms, designs, and impressions l
gram for today: jTe1
Luncheon for the mathematics The Art section of the club was The second is composed of dances
ischira, il b el i tefounded in 1923, Mrs. Everett .A1E e
section. ofawhich e Prof. W. R. Goodw acting asthe fis chair hich follow a special form and A ter E aster Sate
ballroom. The history section willThis original group kept its iden- gI
also be served at this time in the tity and the club has grown by the The numbers will be, in order, 1
ballroom, and will then repair to addition of new groups. rieze, Chopin Waltz, Shubert
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre for Many of the women who are ex- Suite (in three parts), three stu-
a meeting. Miss Emma M. Wines, hbitors have received recognition I yh
in oherexhibits. Some had work (dies in Rhythm and Design, a -G opIG op1
Detroit, is chairman of this, group. !the n icha ex rk Schumann suite in four parts, and
i'Tha speech conference will haven aProkofieff March. Part two will $19.75 $12.75 -
Teseccofrnewlhaeothers in the Independent show in !--
its luncheon in lounge 1, Miss Anne Detroit and one woman has exhib- be made up of a Minuet, a Hun- I Formey 2 Formerly $1675
McGurck, Detroit, presiding. Mod-' Harian Mazurka, (solo), a two partFy
ited in New York. Mr. Frederick b =alMauk,(sl) topr
ern languages conference luncheon . Aldrich has given criticism to piano number, a Waltz Clog, Clog,
will be held in the main dining aldof h goups. The Old Gray Mare, a comedy Still in the spring season and new spring frocks
room. Prof. W. A. Reichart, sec- ____ ____hegup number, and Hopak, group 16. . . . sport and dress suits at a fraction of their original
retary of this group, is in charge NOVELIST OFFERS Miss Sylvia Adams andh iss cost! Suits in sport and dress styles . . . frocks of
IEducational psychology and col-NO6E IT F ER Edith Barthel, both of the physical E"
lege teachers of education confer- WRITING COURSE education faculty, have directed silk for classroom, office or for street and afternoon
ence will have its luncheon in the' _the dances, but all other work has E wear. Showing all new spring shades. Sizes 11 to 44.
Russian tea room of the League Thornton Wilder, the novelist, is been organized and performed byjr
building. Prof. Howard Y. McClus- at the present time teaching at the the students. Over a hundred wo-
ky is chairman of the affair. The University of Chicago, upon the in- men are taking part in the presen-
music conference luncheon will al- vitation of an old friend, Robert tation, the first number alone us-
so be held in the ballroom. Miss M. Hutchins, president of the uni- ing fifty.
Beatrice McManus, Dearborn, is versity. . Members of Play Production $5 and $6.50 Hats now $3.95
secretary of this group. "Traditions and innovations, A have helped with both the staging
Luncheon for the Deans and Ad- Study of the Creative Process of and the make-up of the perform-
visers of Women will be served in Literary Masterpieces, Aeschylus to ance, while costumes and music I
dining rooms A, B, and C. The Cervantes" is the title of the course have been planned by members of
Michigan vocational education of which Mr. Wilder is instructor. Orchesis. Tickets for the recital -
group will have luncheon in dining The announcement of the course are 50 cents, and will be on saleE
rooms D and E. Prof. Thomas Dia- proved so immediately popular that all day in the box office of the the- E
mond is chairman. enrollment had to be limited to 125, atre.I=E LBE AT hAY NAIRDu
All of these luncheons are to be students, and the city newspapers
at 12:30, and admission may be ob- requested to take photographs af-
tained only by showing badge. For ter, rather than during the class
further details the Michigan hour. Crispl y Tailored
I Schoolmasters' club program may A small class in writing is also
be consulted. under the author's instruction, but or
At 6 o'clock Friday the banquet Mr. Wilder is doubtful as to how T
under the direction of Mr. Jocelyn much of the art of writing can be winTransparent I A p p a relrF e a tu rin g
~will be served in the ballroom of taught. "The impulse toward
the League building. Besides ap- writing," he said, "is the result of a 1r
proximately 700 people to be served curiosity toward human 1.beings so 1 DRESS lH ATS
at these affairs, the League cafe- intense that it approaches affec- I jj1 J
teria is planning on breakfast, tion. With that must go an affec- ayle
eluncheon, and dinner for 200 dele- tion for a few masterpieces of lit- at
gates the same day, according to erature."Jacobsons feature important apparel values for this
Mrs. Hollister. ___ DANA first week after Easter. For two days we have a selected
tL. G. BALFOUR CO.group of coats, suits and dresses.
I sework to be Pu 1121 South University ' RIO'H AQRIN S
Onei PrO ssiral Basis 1FRATERNITY JEWELERS U1JJ
according to the speaker. One
means, suggested by Miss Holt, of
finding out just what sports are
ipracticed by women after they
graduate, with the purpose of util-
izing this knowledge in planning
the undergraduate athletic pro-
gram,. was a research of all the
alumnae of the college by means
of a questionnaire.
At the opening meeting of the
conference, which took place at 10
o'clock yesterday, Dorothy Touff
'30, presiding officer, said, "A. C. A.
C. W. should, in my opinion, be a
real clearing house for the prob-
lems of athletic organizations." The
discussions of the conference have
been planned with this end in view
Welcomes were extended to - the
delegates by Pres. Alexander G.
Ruthven, and Miss Alice Lloyd
adviser to women. In summarizing
the progress made by the A. C. A
C. W. as a whole since the last con-
ference held in 1927, Marguerite
Schwartz, national secretary-treas-
wurer stated that the progress was
represented more by the individual
effort of the members rather than
the increase in membership of 52
colleges, and the surplus in the
inOta mnds we
kno the" jaVde
In our hear 1s Je
'sense -fh1& worfh
0 ?tlwers f
Successful cooks, laundresses,
parlor maids, and dishwashers may
in the future find themselves hold-
ers of the degree of bachelor of
arts, for the attention of a research
group at the University of Chicago
has been drawn to the advisibility
of elevating those professions to
the dignity of medicine and law.
Corkey Stanard, Mgr.
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