100%

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

Share

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.

March 13, 1931 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1931-03-13

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


yRIDAZ MARCH 13, 1931 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

. .

457" 05"L
'VA

ATHLTICAWADS'J.G.P. INTRODUCES
9W9OS'PROF. H. HOLCOMB
GIVE TO 3 iOM EN' iya;il:};{:{',}Y,}{"$f°rj ?CI}
AT..k W.A}IAI DANO VET'it ' ,

OUT

Skiing and
Will be

r

Thirteen Selected for All-Star
Squad; Announcement Made
by Dr. Bell.
HELEN MOORE HIGHEST
Prize Insignia, Class Numerals
Presented to Interclass
Team Players.
Thirty-one women were given
awards at the basketball banquet
held last night in the lounge of the
Women's Athletic building. The all-
star basketball squad was named,
and the intramural cup awarded to
Mosher team I, winners of the in-
tramural championship.
Dr. Margaret Bell, advisor of wo-
men in physical education, made
.theawards, and, in the absence of
Miss Laurie Campbell, named the
all-star squad. Helen Moore, '31,
received the highest award, the
large M which is given to the stu-
dent who earns 1200 W. A. A. points.
Present Insignia.
The 600 point M was awarded to
Helen Wlson, '31, Esther La Rowe,
'32, andElizabeth Loudon, '32.
Lorraine Larson, '32, Agnes Gra-
ham, '32, and Jean Bently, '32, re-
ceived the 300-point award.
Basketball insignia, which are
awarded to team members who
have played more than half of the
games for .which their team was
scheduled, and who have earned
10 points in basketball, were given
to Jean Levy, '32, Jean Bently, '32,
,Rita, Gaber, '33, Audrey Callander,
'33, Elizabeth Cooper, '34, Corrine
Fries,.'34, Alice .Goodenow, '34, and
Lorraine Larson, '32.
Give Class Numerals.
Sixteen women received class
numerals for playing on an inter-
class team. Catherine Shannon,'31,
Evelyn Bull, '32, Violet Canberg, '32,1
Bertha Desenberg, '32, Dorothy
Malcolm, '32, Helen Townsend, '32,
Katherine Robinson, '32, Gladys
Timpson, '32, and Margaret Fried-
rich, °'32, received numerals. The
sophomores who were given num-t
erals were Annette Cummings, Hel-
en Brenner and Katherine Rent-.t
schler.
Four freshman received class
n u m e r al1s, Eleanor Allen, Ruth
Kurtz, Marabel Smith, and Barbara
Andrews..
Members of the all-star basket-
ball squad are Marion Heald, '33,
Elizabeth Cooper, '34, Emily Bates,
'32, Lelia Hendricks, '33, and Esther
La Rowe, '32, in the forward posi-
tions. Those selected for guard p-
rltions are Mary Lou Hershey, '32,
Alice Goodenow, '34, Lydia Seymour,
'34, Helen Wilson, '31, and NelHag-~
erdorn, '31. Elizabeth Whitney, '31,
and Gay Mayers, '34, received hon-
orable mention as guards, and Alta!
Place, '34,. as a forward..
Speches Given,
Speeches were also given during
the banquet by 'Mrs. Byrl Bacher,
assistant dean of women, and by
Helen Domine, '31. Members of the
freshman basketball teams gave a
stunt entitled "Opera Comique."
All arrangements for the banquet
were made by Elizabeth Loudon, '32,
W. A. A. basketball manager, and
her assistants were the interclass
basketball managers, Susan Man-
chester, '32, Frances Manchester,
'34, Louise Peterson, '33, and Helen
Wilson, '31. The decorations were
in charge of Leonore Caro, '32, and
Aileen Clark, '33.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
Mortar Board, the senior women's
(honorary society, is ressurecting the
old fashioned building bee in a new
form in order to gain funds for
furnishing their new cottage. They
are holding a bridge party.

inA
All womens
outdoor sports
the skiing an
to be held at
afternoon. Th
front of the
building andv
the Arboretum
This party,
sored by th
association isc
door parties b
organization t
Students wh
gans are aske
the supply of
borrowed from
I Birger Berg, o
inent, will give
to all those wJ
will return tc
ing later in tl
freshments.
"The otherc
been very suc
tendance enco
Audrey Callan
manager of V
charge of the
assisted by th
mittee which
ford, '33, Cla
Dorothea Wat
berle, '33, ar
der, '33.

Settings for Play INDIAN RACE HAS M
Represent Actual ACCORDING TO PR
DBODR PAR JY, Campus Locations Bird Woman, Pocahantas Are
( Known Especially for
Sets for "Came the Dawn!" have Their Exploits.
Tobogganing Party been designed in a stylized manner,
Held Saturday that is, they attempt to achieve an . ,T'e Vanishing Arericai scces-
Arboretum. effect without being an exact rep- Tul Va11 hin A rican s
resentation of the scene. Ivalitafully disproved all th charges of
students interested in stoicism which have bcon huried
are invited to attend Glascock, chairman of properties against the Indian race when C in-
d tobogganing party designed the sets. quilla, princess of the blo;d, con-,
t 2 o'clock tomorrow The opening scene, which takes sented to speak for publication.
e group will meet in place in a ballroom, expresses a Where one looked for dignified re-
e Women's Athletic modernistic feeling, Deing done in serve, voluble gaiety was present;
will go from there to motifs of magenta, French green, where meek humility might be ex-
1. and cream on a background of pected, undeniable traces of sense
which is being spon- black. of humor were evident.
e Women's Athletic A laboratory, which is an impres- The Princess is short ai ml stocky,
one of a series of out- sion in black and grey, containing but moves with a singular grace,
eing sponsored by the properties which are designed in and stands as erect as her presum-
his year. horizontal and vertical lines, only, ably blood-thirsty forbears. Her
io own skifs or tobog- constitutes the setting for the sec- hair is coarsely black, and her eyes
ad to bring them, as ond scene. The third takes place have an aggressive snap not asso-
f those that can be in a modiste shop. The most im- ciated with Lo, the poor Indian.
n W. A. A. is limited. portant feature in this set is the "Ah yes, there have been many
f the forestry depart- color design, which is done in grey, famous women in the Indian race,"
e instruction in skiing greens, and shades of orange. with a surprisingly near-English
ho wish it. The group The first two scenes of Act II are accent "The Bird Woman, I think
the Athletic build- more accurate than stylized, the was the most wonderful Indian
,he afternoon for re- first taking place in a restaurant, woa thmwon lvdrfullndia
and the second in a dormitory. The woman who ever lived. xhe led
outdoor parties have last scene takes place in a garden. the Lewis and Clark expedition
ccessful and the at- An important feature of the set- across the West amid the worst of
uragingly large," said tings for the play is that they eith-
idar, '33, the outdoor er represent or suggest actual loca- Ramona Beauty Shop
W. A. A., who is in tions on campus. By doing this, the offes y I
parties. She is being sets carry out the idea in back of ofers you
e W. A. A. social com- the 1931 Junior Girls' Play, which Shampoo and Finger Wave for 50c
the191 Jnir Grl' Pay whchisGraduate OperatorsI
includes Jean Bots- to show campus as it really is, to PHONE 21478
ra Grace Peck, '33, the campus.
erman, '32, Anna Ne-
,nd Gladys Schroe-

Built around the mysterious pro-
ject, the secret of which every one
tries to gain, in which Professor
Holcomb, portrayed by Catherine
Robinson, is engaged, this year's
Junior Girls' Play will begin Mon-
day night at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn theater.

Supper Marks Beginning of Annual Round
of Traditional Festivities for Seniors

March Across Camous Follows
Banquet Before Opening
of Junior Play.
Senior Supper marks the begin-
ning of the annual round or festi-
vities which have become tradition-
al for senior women on the Michi-
gan campus. The supper is always
held the night of the special open-
ing performance of the Junior Girls'
Play, given by the juniors for the
women of the senior class, who at-
tend in a body.
On this occasion, the seniors don
their caps and gowns forthe first
time, and while no speeches are

given as a rule, songs from the pre-
ceding year's Junior Girls' Play are
sung, as well as all the familiar
songs of Michigan.
Until last year, the march from
the banquet to the Whitney thea-
tre, where the play was held was
always the feature of the evening,
but since the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre has been used, a march
across the diagonal has been sub-
stituted. The seniors are attended
by two junior guards of honor, and
twelve junior assistants on their
procession through the campus, and
the outstanding women of the jun-
ior class are chosen for this dis-
tinction.

Election of Pageant
Heads Called Today
Election of the general chair-
man and the, central committee
for the Freshman Pageant will
be ath4 o'clock this afternoon in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
All women of the class should
plan to attend this meeting, pre-
pared with nominations.
Caucusing will result in disci-
plinary action by the Judiciary
council of the League.

Friday the

11

"

I

.. _ 1

Ill

k

I

III

'",\
.,.
'

I

Even though it's "March"
there are hats just right for
immediate wear.
Dana Richardson
In the Arcade

I

~ALLLOrDS7
Do lake a look al,
the new spreinA,
style showing of!
3 1 Jizc CoazIizs Jh~op,
Undoubtedl the shpen
J _ /~ous whier oceasions
have played havoe in lh
t wapdrnobe.is il not sot
I SpPin§ needs these nevi f
J( C I1LaY~~tlYKpC CThai 1 _

'
Ad

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan