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SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ZETA T\AU A
W ARHY
Elizabeth Hatch, '31, S
Highest Individual
in Tourney.
10 HOUSES REPRE
Zeta Tau Alpha won fir
the Archery tournament:
nesday afternoon on Pal
There were two girls f
house entered in the to
and their scores average
house score. Zeta Ta
score was 194. Alpha O
came in second with a s
and Kappa Kappa Gam
-third place with 130. T
were represented and the:
girls entered.
Elizabeth Hatch, '3Ed.,
highest individual score o:
othy Elsworth, '32, too
honors with a esore of
Helen Moore, '3Ed., cam
with a score of 98.
The tournament was a
round, each girl shooting
altogether, i.;e., 24in ea
at respective Stances of
50 yards. Thiswas the fi
ament of its sort bn th
and proved to:be very suc
Artifical Sky Bu
in New Observa
Images of more starst
can see in the firmament
night with the unaided e
projected upon the artific
Adler planetarium, whic
'to the public of Chicago
This. new building dupli
.observatory in,the United
Visitors enter the inne
the planetarium and wa
dome become velvety d
ieg.,like night heaven
they see stars come out a
ets movealong their cou
effect of a natural sky i
ed indoors by means of
"laritern slides" in moti
remarkable machine has r
100 lenses, which are plac
ryingangles and through v
miay see'the planet fam[l
atual motions are reprod
speed so heightened that
leture hour an-audience
nessrevolutions that w
1,00) years inthe slow, st
cess of nature.
LACK OF RELI
DENIED IN SE
The Reverend Dr. Mino
New York city, denied, in
sermon ob "Women, Reli
the Church," that wome
coming less religious. No
happened to their religiou
things are happening to
ligious habits. Social cus
women to the church, b
customs are changing, an
customs provide so many
to compete with the chur
may seem to suffei in co
with other interests but
becoming more vital.
MOVIE FOLK AID PROS]
TUCSON, Ariz. - Motio
people are "grub staking"
tors it was learned when
was made at Covered )
,[miles from here. The
"desert rat" said he h
backed by Hollywood filme

I DUI NEW YORKER IS Feminine Taste For \\HLEN NEWBE Y
Id GRAF PASSENGER Styles of the Past
MET' [Extends to Jewelry
Women are not only resurrecting
tars With>": the styles of the past for their Board Announces Presentation.
Score frocks and coats, but have extend- of Five Scholarships of
ed their taste for old-fashioned at- $100 Apiece.
tire to the choice of their jewelry.
SENTED Diamonds have stepped out of the DETAILS NOT ARRANGEDi
picture to make a place for the
st place in type of jewelry our mothers and At a dinner given at the Barton
held Wed- f grandmothers used to wear. Heavy Hills Country Club May 22 for the
mer field. I '~necklaces and lockets which have officers and honor students of the
rom each >..............:lbeen nothing more than family Helen Newberry residence, by the
urnament heirlooms' for many years are again board of governors, Mrs. Henry
Sd for the 3making a favorable appearance in Bourne Joy, the chairman of the
t Alpha's society. board, announced that plans had
micron Pi Fashion demands that bracelets
ore of 154 be either extremely simple or very been made for the annual presen-
zma wonornamental, almost harking back to tation of five scholarships.
men houses the days of Cleopatra. The recipients of the awards are
:e es' For afternoon dresses in the pop- to be five girls in the residence who
0re were 18! ular pastel shades, delicately col-
"I"" <' :.ored firestone 'beads are appropri- are adjudged most outstanding in
ma ate. scholarship, and most worthy with
f131.Dor- Crystals are still holding their regard to loyalty and interest in
k second own for evening wear and are, per- the house.
114 andhaps, the most popular of all jew-
1 nd elry for formal occasions. Full details have not been ar~
.e in third i...........,._

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MARGARET HAPGO(
COSTUME DESIGN)
Color of Costumes Worn by
* Cast to be Signifi cant
of Characters.
Indesigning the, costumes for
Antigone', the first Dramatic Fes-
tival production, Margaret Hap-
good, '31, a graduate of the Mass-
Iachusetts School of Art dispels a
common fallacy. Most people think
of Greek costumes as black or
white, and of Greek art as color-
',less.
"This idea is entirely wrong"
says Miss Hapgood, "Contrary to
popular belief, the Greeks made
much use of color in their cos-
tumes, art, and aichitecture. In-
stead of the colorless robes in
which we usually picture them, they
wore bright hues, especi'ally intheir
plays, each hue signifying a differ-
ent character.
"We havesignified the charac-
ters in 'Antigone' in this way. For
instance, Miss Amy Loomis, as the'
weak sister, Ismene will be clothed
in yellow, while Miss Margaret An-
Iglin, the leading and strongest
character in the play, will wear a
deep wine red. The King will be
dressed in purple, denoting his
station, and the other characters
will be similarly clothed to suit
their parts. The choruses will wear
pastel shades, such as lavender,
green, blue, and beige, draped over
with soft grey voile, so that they
will form the background for the
brilliance of the leading players."
"The study of Greek costumes is
especilally interesting this year with
BASEBALL SEASON
IS NEARLY ENDED
The baseball teams of Helen New-
berry Residence and Zeta Tau
Alpha sorority are scheduled to
compete against each other Mon-
day, on Palmer field. Kappa Kappa
Gamma will match its skill against
Delta Delta Delta at the same time.
The result of these two games to-
gether with the season's scores will
determine who the entrys in the
semi-finals to be held Wednesday'
on the field; will be.
On Monday, June 2, the finals
will be played off, thus ending the
season for this year.

OD, '31, DISCUSSES
rNG FOR 'ANTIG ONE'
the advance of Greek influence on
our own styles. Among the Paris
designers who are making use of
the soft drapes, are Louisboulanger,
Worth, Patou, and Lavin. Modern {
evening dresses are tending toward
.the lines of the Greek. robes, and
are getting away from the hard
line used with seaming and cut-
ting."
"The Empress Josephine realized
the flattering effects of the soft
Greek lines" observed Miss Hap-1
good, "when she introduced the
Empire style of dress. Like our
Spresent designers, she used the high
Iwaist, shoulder capes, and long
graceful skirts."
Miss Hapgood worked on the.
costumes for the Sophomore Cir-
cue last year, and was chairman of1
costumes for the, Junior Girls' play,
1 this year.
CORRECTION.
We wish to correct the state-
ment that appeared in Friday's1
paper to the fact that all noti-
ications of acceptance for resi-
dence in Mosher-Jordan Hall
next semester were mailed. Only
the graduate notifications were
mailed and it will be the first of
the week before the senior noti-
fications can be sent off. The
others will be mailed according
classes seniors, juniors, soph-
omores and then freshmen sol
that it will be the end of next1
week before the notifications
will be sent.

SP0T {CMP4GN
GIEN NEW IMPETUS
Tailored Dress Is Stressed for
Campus Wear by Latest
Fashion Dictate.
NEW STYLES DISCUSSED
Women advocating the sports
clothes campaign on the campus
find that Paris is advocating the
sane thing for business and street
wear. Paris has' decreed that "look-
ing casual" is one of the style
secrets of midrsummer clothes for
town. wear. "No swank" and "Be
Nonchalant" are the persistent cries
of fashion dictators. The shops in
the Rue de la Paix are advocating
styles which are well edited, that is
carefully worked out as to line, pro-
portion and details.
The new lines break away from
the self-consciousness of spring's
high waistlines and lengthened
skirts. The best of Paris dressmak-
ers: are no' longer timidly feeling
thei'r way and listening to protests
from various quarters but have
found their stride and are now de-
veloping styles along definite lines.
The silk suit dominates for town
wear and semi-tailored models are
correct. These follow closely the
lines of spring tweed and jersey-
tweed suits.
1,003 AIR PUPILS IN MICHIGAN.
LANSING - Michigan has 1,003
students of aviation, divided nearly
equally between flying pupils and
mechanics, according to the state
board of aeronautics.

Columbia
'72 arrows
Lch round
30, 40, and
rst tourn-f
e campus
cessful.
lt
tory
risitors'
than one
on a clear'
ye will bej
ial sky of
h opened
recently.
icates no
1 States.
r room of
atch the
ark and
is. Then
and plan-
rses. The
s produc-
scores of,
on. This
nore than
ed at va-
which one
ly. Their
uced with
within a
may wit-
ould take
ately pro-
GION
MON
t Sims of
a recentI
gion, and
n are be-
thing has
sness, but
their re-
toms bind
ut. social
d the new
interests
ch that it
mpetition
really is
PECTOAS
n picture
prosperci
a strike
Wells, 90
grizzled
ad been
employes.

aSeociated Press Phe"a
Mrs. Laura Crouse Durston,
Whose home is in Syracuse, N.
Y., is a passenger on the Graf
Zeppelin on its- flight to South!
America and the United States.
First Woman Mayor
in South America Is
Successful Worker
Rio de Grande Norte, a small,
progressive Brazilian state, boasts'
the first woman mayor in South
America. Senhora Alzira Teixeira
Soriano began her first term as1
mayor of Lages early in 1929, and;
her first year's report shows mark-
ed improvement in the municipal-
i'ty during her administration.
She has paid all the debts which
the state 'owed, has built two,
schools, a' considerable support to
the national drive against illiter-
acy, and.has beautified the streets
and public buildings of Lages very
noticeably. The improvement of]
sanitation and the lighting systemc
of the town, and the extension of
the public'highways has also merit
her attention.
Thus Senhora Soriano hopes thatc
she has overcome the prejudice ofl
conservative voters against placing
women in positions of political im-,
portance, for she has allowed
neither praise nor criticism to af-
fect her policies.
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-There
will be an increase of 14 per cent
in the number of degrees awarded!
this year over that of last year.

NEW RECORD SET
{ BY WOMAN FLIER
Miss Laura Ingalls of New York
City set a new record for women re-
cently when she executed 344 con-
secutive loops in her plane at Lam-
bert-St. Louis field, breaking a mark
of 46 consecutive loops held by Miss
Mildred Kauffman of Kansas City.
Miss Ingalls is preparing to try
for other aviation marks and ex-
pects to' set a record of 400 conse-
cutive loops in the near future. Aft-
er that, new altitude and endur-
ance records for women will be her
goal.
The flight, made in a Gypsy Moth
plane, required slightly more than
an hour and a half, and was ob-
served by three officials on the
ground and one in the air.
HISTORICAL SCENE
ISCOMMEMORA TED
Compiegne, France, before whicht
Joan of Arc was captured by the,
Burgundians and the English in
1430, was recently the scene of the,
commemoration of the entrance of
the martyr, 500 years ago.
Representatives of the French
government, and members of the
diplomatic corps of Great Britain,
Belgium, Italy, and Canada were
solemn witnesses of the re-enact
ment of the scene made so famous
in history.
Mlle. Nelly Wilhelm, impersona-
ting the Maid of Orleans, mounted
on a white horse, and dressed. in
white armor, rode into Compiegne
in the midst of a torch-light pro-
cession such as this part of France
had never seen before.

ranged as yet, and it has not been
decided whether the awards are to
be made this year. The announce-
ment is unique in that this is the
first time a plan of this' sort has
been evolved by an organized wom-
en's house on this campus.
Grace Abbot Seeks
Appointment as New
Secretary of Labor
Miss Grace Abbott, who has serv-
ed as chief of the children's bureau
of the department of labor since
1921, is i'n the running for appoint-
ment as secretary of labor to suc-
ceed James A. Davis.
Secretary Davis will resign dur-
ing the summeras a result of his
nomination for United States sen-
ator in Pennsylvania.
The fact that Miss Margaret
Bondfield the first woman 'member
of the British cabinet, holds the
laborportfolio, is cited as a prece-
dent for naming Miss Abbott as the
first woman member of a presi-
dent's cabinet.

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will be trained as aviators to be-
come an aerial squadron of peace,
officers.

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