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wr "" SAI, MAY 10, 1030

THE MICHTCAN

DAILY

f 'tT'AX ', MA'30, 1930 THE MICHIGAN7DAIL

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SENIORS WILL HOLD
THIOUTS FOR PLAY
IN UNIVERSITY HALL
Play Will be Presented After

AMERICAN AND FRENCH RIVALS TO
LEADTEAMS IN GOLF TOURNAMENT

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LEAGUE LIBRARY PLAY PRODUCTION
BUIS NEW BOOKS OUTLINES SEASONI
Gifts of Money From Alumnae j Director Announces Program of
Make Possible Purchase Seven Plays to be Given
of 300 Books. by Students.

ID MANDISCOVERYOR DE
L TAKE OFFIC

Senior Breakfast in Lydia DONORS ARE THANKED !HOLIDAY' BEGINS SERIES N
Mendelssohn Theater. gove
STUDENT WILL DIRECT aT...Throughseveral donations that;iPhilip Barry's "Holiday" will open.. j will
STUDNT ILLDIRET r:::,.: ..:' """.::>.. q:;,, .<:_ 'have been received by the Women's the summer season of the Michigan
- League recently and others that Repertory Players on July 2 in the Yint t
Frances Sackett, '30, Author of __have accumulated from past gifts, Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, accord- old
Forward March' Writes the League has been enabled to buy ing to an announcement by Valen-,ti:
Chosen Play. ;,about 300 new books for the li- tine B. Windt, director of Play Pro- The
S..,.brary .duction. Ljnot
Senior women may try out for Frederick Manny, formerly a res- Six other plays will be produced;i mee
roles in the senior play in the playA- ident of Ann Arbor, presented a -
production auditorium of Univer- during the Summer Session, includ- s hav
siy hall at '5 o'clock.Monday June ?::8 fidc : $500 bond to the League several ing "Beyond the Horizon" by Eu- iLa
2. The play will be presented on the$'f....*;nd t? years ago as a memorial to Mrs I gene O'Neil, "Close Harmony" by
occasion of the senior breakfast,! Y % Manny. It was specified that the belerRceadroosyPar
June,21. The characters that are EmrRc n ooh akr interest from this sum was to bg nnete"riiawCd"byMri
chosen will depend prcipally onused to purchase books. The in- 1.vn
type; several male parts are in- terest that has accumulated fromFcon
cluded in the play, as well as char- "We are unusualy lucky in re- will
acter roles this in the past three years was ceiving permission to produce the rese
This onesact p which is to fol- used recently to obtain unusual vol- "Criminal Code" as it was one oft
low the anntil senior breakfast .. lumes for the League library. About "themostlpode"a tlasponeofCati
wswt e nI thymost populr plascpro ucedsent
was written by Prances Sackett, I one third of the sum was spent on thiseamost p spustp oysluded atn
author of last year's Junior Girls modern religious works, a third for; year and has just concluded a
play, "Forward: March." It will be a group of books for those inter- long run at the Broadhurst theatre U
produced undr the direction of ested in book collections. They in- in New York city," Mr. Windt stat- Rec
Florence Tennant. Those trying ielude works on bindings, first edi- ed. "One of the important costume f.a n
out for the cast will merely be j -jtions, printing, and other subjects projects will be a dramatization of at t
k relating to books. The remainder "The Three Musketeers." Several Bertha Parker Pallan, Was
Tennant and those in charge of of the sum was used to buy several comedies will complete the list." Whose keen eyes led to the dis- the
the affair urge that as many sen- !' volumes on mental hygiene. In addition to its regular offices covery of traces of an ancient race Pict
for women, as possibly can, take Two donations of $25 each have and class rooms the department will of men who once inhabited North
part in the play, attend the try-x recently been received from the have available the Lydia Mendel-
outs on Monday 61Buffalo group of Michigan alumnae. ssohn theatre, which it has rented America.
Art books were bought with these ' for the summer, for all of its classes Miss Pallan, secretary to a sci- F
Plans Made For Benefit sums. The class of '29 had a sur- in dramatic art and for its major entific expedition from Los Ange-
Plans for the. Senior breakfast, ssocWeaF , ynos Iplus of $50 left in the treasury, public productions. Mr. Windt an- les, sighted the petrified remains of J
which is to be held at 9 o'clock Glenna Collett and Simone de la Chaume (inset) which Elizabeth Wellman turned ticipates a large enrollment than a giant ground sloth in a cave near
the. Saturday morning preceedmg Who hope to captain their respective teams to victory, when the over to the League for the purchase that of last year, which exceeded Las Vegas, Nev. Investigation re-
Commencement, in the ballroom of American women's golf team plays the French team in France this week. of books. The complete English 125. There is a possibility, owing to vealed traces of campfire and hu-
the League building, are well un- Man of Letters series has be requests from several places in the man wrought weapons which are
eenqleadingrexplorersltopbelieventhat,
der way, according, to ora Vanden-'(1bugt n the eane ftesae, that one or two of the p leagepoestobleeta
brg vice-president of the senio CHINESE ROOM OF MUSEUM HOUSES bought, andthe emnder e staplays
b rmoney will be invested in a drama j will make tours. man lived in North America more
class, who is in charge of the af- UNIQUE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION collection. Women who will have charge of than 20,000 years ago.
fair. These donations have been high- the various departments during the
In 1906 the first .senior break- Tablecloths, Jewelry, and Hand bowls and jars of genuine crackle- ly appreciated by League members. summer are Florence Tennant, '30, Ann Arbor, Mich-Students in
fast was held in honor ofrthe I TablenlothenewelryAccording to League officers, do- who will be assistant business man- the University are gomn to have a
graduating women and since this Decorated Furniture Are ware ,and plates and cups ofanations for books make most use- ager, Marion Gallaway, Grad., cos- chance to study survveying in the
time the event has become a tra-;AmongCurios.d lss ful and practical gifts. They es-m"great open spaces" of the far Vest.
ditiogaC affair which is always fol-Chent ee easn fond ofrnecklaces, tablish a contact between student man) '30, property nmistress Miss Last year the Regents purchased
diin(afi hc sawy o Iety eea odo ekaeimembers of the League and alum- 120arso h oakrvrna
lowed by an original one-act play One of the most interesting and bracelets and ear rings as women' mL Tennant has been personal assist- 120 acres on the Hoback river near
written Iyamme f h ls.j naadaeueult.n prci Jcsn ymig n eoe
by a member of the clas unique rooms in the new Univer- of today in America. Their tastes ate by und r raduates Land ae ant to Mr. Windt during the past the summer camp for students in
Last -year, as no original play1 sity Msu is the Chinese room jhowever favored snore gaudy j ae b udrgadaesITeLegeaandaMr.pWindtdrin shevral uvyn o h e ie
was available, the senior women IYh takes this opportunity to express year, and has appeared surveying to the new site.
sented one act of a play by on the fourth floor. Invaluable ex- elry. Their ear-rings were1of bright their thanks and gratitude to all campus productions. Mrs. Galla-
e St. Vincent Millay. This was hbits which date back several colors and extremely heavy; brace- those groups who have made such way was largely responsible for
time n onstuden yt wit- hundred years dae oabe sfound nlets and buckles 'were also very I donations, and will be most grate- the creation and execution of cos-
erst time a non-student writ- hundred years are to be found in cumbersome. Some of the jewelry ful to any groups who may do so tumes for "A Kiss for Cinderella"'
tn .play was used. The title of this this room. . Ithough is dainty and -would delight I in the future.I women will probably appear in A LLthree
years play has not yet been select- A tablecloth of intricate Kussah jthe most fastidious dresser. Beau- an omeol panJlye. l tree AinL -I
d. It will be enacted in the Lydia work, which was taken as booty tifully carved ivory beads, pins and; UNIOR RECEIVES AWARD "oliday," Mr. Windt announced.
Mendelssohn theatre in the League from the imperial palace at Peking rings of pale jade, and broaches ofJNR E S W_
building. I during the Boxer rebellion is prized I cloisonne show that, in some of s tly AVIATRIX BREAKS MARKi
-highly by the museum connoseurs. their jewelry at least, modern awaIded the firstlett, 3,theAliceMar-
IAIIIIDIt is said to have graced the table! American women and Chinese I aaddtefrtofteAieMr.
IfUIsILadUtILLavhugrdrd yeartg AmChestisn Valuahle. tin Scholarships, which are given Miss Lena Bernstein, French air The Chocest of W
ll IIII'R fI of an august emperor five or six~ would agree. T eC ocs
ll.n ugst merrILL o sxIoudkgre.each year to residents of Adeliai woman, has broken the woman's
hundred years ago. Cosmetic Chest is Valuable. Cheever house who are outstanding ndurance record by remaining in
There are many pieces of valu Tin scholarship and character. the air more than 30 hour
able furniture in the home also as without her compact, although it 1_choarsipadcara-erthus wrests the championship from
chairs of red-wood, inlaid with Imust be admitted that it was not "Iphigenia in Tauris" by Euri- Miss Elinor Smith of New York,
mother-of-pearl and marble lac- the convenient kind we now have. pedes was presented recently by who remained in the air 26 hours
quered tables, and a cabinet, hand- A chest, about the size of a doll's spedes wa te ecnty by1Wh- emined in te a hous
!l students of the University of Cal-!;21 minutes and 32 seconds at Roose-
carved of redwood. A porcelain trunk, which could be placed on the ifornia at Los Angeles. velt field in April 1930. Mrs. Anna KE
Palmer Field During figure, Kwanyan, the Goddes of floor and set up as a dressing table, Mr_._Ana K
Next Week. Mercy is placed on the cabinet. The served to hold the Chinese maiden's
collection also possesses five or six cosmetics. WEEK-END SPECIALS
Semi-finals in the women's sin- ,images of Buddha which were once When the new building is fully WEEKE D SPECI LS' ___ ______
gles tennis tournament will be play- way-side shrines. j organized, much of the material inI-
ed off next week when Al ha hi An empresses' ceremonial robe the Chinese room will be given Brick Ice Cream for only 39c a quart.

Omega plays Pi Beta Phi and Betsy
Barbour meet Delta Gamma. Alpha
Chi Omega will be represented on
the court by Marion Pearson, '30Ed,
and Pi Beta Phi by Dorothy Bird-
zell, '32. Virginia Gage, '31, will play
for Betsy Barbour, while Delta
Gamma will oppose their games
through Helen Wilson, '31.
In the women's doubles tourna-
ment, Sigma Kappa, represented by
Helen Moore, '31Ed, and Margaret
Gtahl, '31, and Delta Delta Delta
have yet to play the semi-final. Tri
Delt will sent Betty Covert, '32, and
Alice Underwood, '30Ed, onto the
court. The winner of this doubles
match will play Adelia Cheever,
whose players are Katherine Haw-
ley, '31, and Vivian McMurtry, '31.
Alpha Xi Delta and Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi are scheduled to play in the
semi-finals next week also, and the
winner will compete with Alpha
Chi Omega. Audrey Callander, '33
Ed, and Jane Thayer, '31, are play-
ing for Alpha Xi Delta and Marion
Van Vliet, '30, and Beatrice Ehr-
lick, '32, for Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Thelma Berner, '32, and Marion
Pearson, '30Ed, will represent Alpha
Chi Omega in the finals.
Because 'of the uncertainty of the.
weather, no definite date has been
set for these matches, all of which
are to be played some day next
week at Palmer Field.
FOR
TOASTED
SANDWICHES

gayly decorated with birds and more exhibition space so that these
flowers, shows the styles in royal collections will be more accessible
favor 200 years ago. The summer to the general public.
robe of an emperor, designed with
the lost-art stitch is indicative that FINED FOR SERENADING.
men's dress in China 100 years ago WISCONSIN-Serenades, a tradi-
wast more comfortable than our tional indication of spring at Mad-
present styles. ison, have been curbed by the po-
China-Ware on Exhibition. lice. Seven students were each fin-
China-ware of all sorts is stored ed five dollars and costs last week
away waiting for suitable exhibition;for serenading without a license,
room. There are garden seats, hand- and later the police chief refused
painted with miniature figures, a license to another organization.
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PREKETE'S "SUGAR BOWL"
109 South Main Street

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Two tone oxford of white and
tal punched pig skin with
medium heel.

PUMPS
Regent's
D'orsy's
STRAPS-
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Center Buckle

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White linen pump with em-
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