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TJJESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1931 THI2 MICI-IIGAN DAILY PAcI~ FIVE

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ST'"'erT'~M WOMAN WORKS ON
INIRCAS LIIIVI| LINDUST RIAL SUY
GAME NXT WEE

Sophomores, Seniors Will Hold
Practice Wednesday
at 4 o'clock.
118 MEMBERS CHOSEN
Freshmen and Juniors to Meet
Tuesday and Thursday
Afternoons.
Invitations to those who wcrc
elected to participate in the inter-
class basketball tournament were
sent out last week.
Theo following were invited. to
Ayres, Kathleen Badger, Katherine
Brook, Mary Louise Behymer, Lu-
cille De Boe, Margaret Eamon,
Katherine Hawley, Helen Ham-
mondi, Nell Hagedorn, Dorothy Kel-
sey, Alice Lynch, Ruth Marshall,
lielen Moore, Albertina Maslen',
Clara Parkinson, Florence Seys,
Gail Saunders, Catherine Shannon,
Hilma Stevens, Evelyn Sharff, Flora
Shafer, Elizabeth Wod Elizabeth
The juniors invited to pla were,
.B dzelt Vioey Canbery, rene
Cochrn Mar Costello, Bertha DC-
mbrgn,DoarothyDe Dorohy Els-.
worthrgret Friedrch Doyro-
thy FelskeAge Graham Eliza-
beth Gardnr Katerine Gu1dschin-
ski, Mary Louise Hershey, Eilcen
Henrickson,-Geraldine Huff.
Helen Kempshi, Corinne Krent-
ler, Jean Levy, Doris Litzenburger,
LorraineLarsn eanheMilne, Doro-,
thy Malcolm, Virginia Olds, Jean
Perrin, Katherine Robinson, Martha
Swihart, Marjorie Smith, Gladys
Timson, Helen Townsend, and
HThose on the sophomore teams
selle Bartlett, Jean Ber icge, elern-
Brenner, Dora Bedford, Dorothea
Boger, Jean Botsford, Jean Bentley,j
Florence Bonesteel, Mary Brown,'
Wilma Clyzbe, Annette Cummings, I
Audrey Callender, Olo Collins, Dor-
othy Davidson, Barbara Fisher, Re-
becca Gaber, Lelia Hendricks, Mar-
ion, Heald, Virginia Johnston, Eliza-
beth Norton, Teresa Romani, Kath-
erine Rentschler, Margaret Snyder,
Laura Somner, and Ruth Unsworth.
Those invited to play on the
freshman teams are, Eleanor Allen,
Barbara Andrews, Helen Bailey,
Pauline Brooks, Jane Cissel, Eliza-
beth Cooper, Ruth Colby, Betty

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FAIR 'WILL SURVEY
OLD-TIME MOHAIR
World Exhibition Plans to Test
Longevity of Furniture.
The old saying, "Mohair never
wears out," will be substantiated at
the World's Fair in 1933. The House-
hold Science Institute, of Chicago,
intends to find. out just how long
MWohair will wear, and they will
conduct an experiment for this pur_-
pose. ,
Somewhere in the country there
should be a piece of Mohair furni-
ture that has not only a past but
a future ahead of it. it may be
in da corner because of it olc1d-fash-
ioned lincs, but now has come its
chance to prove of real worth.
Cody, Virginia Davidson, Dora Elea-
sohn, Corrine Fries, Alice Goode-
now, Harriet Hunt, Helen Herath,
Caroline Hyde, Charlotte Johnson,
Edith Kramer, Sarah King, Ruth
Kurtz, Betty Lyons, Grace Mayers,
Frances Manchester, Josephine No-
lan, Jacqueline Navian, Beatrice
Ohmstead, Alta Place, Mary Piper,
Jean Porter, Cynthia Root, Mar-
garet Smith, Phillis Swift, Lydia
Seymour, and Marabel Smith.

Art Exhibit Opened
byWomnen Painters
in Detroit Gallery
Of varying degrees of talent and
wit Ft no great flourish of accomp-
lishment, the Detroit Society of
Women Painters and Sculptors
opened its twenty-eighth annual
exhibit at the Detroit Ralleries Feb-
ruary 9. The exhibition includes
expressions in many art mediums
from conventionalized designs in
brass to the usual water colors and
Ioils.
Outstanding among the women
exhibitors is Iris Andrews Miller
who is showing two oils, "Onieda
Girl," a picture of a colored woman
with an interplay of color and of
unusually smooth technique, and
also "Old House East Hampton,"'
which is foreign to the artist's style
but is the more interesting in that
uig pastl rcolors thr ghut an
entire composition which deals with
large objects.
Frederika Goodwin is the only
sculptor represented in the exhibit.
She displays several sets of candle
sticks and one plaster cast of a
darky's head. The patternized
forms which she stretches out to
form her candle sticks are unex-
pected in their strength of form, in
spie ofthe fa/ that she worksa i
confines herself to two dimensions
and must suggest the roundness of
her figures.
Among others to exhibit we find
Mrs. James C. Stanley who exhibit-
ed in Ann Arbor during the past
month; she shows one of her usual
"railroad guide" oils; Edith P. Gar-
rison whose landscapes painted in
pale colors turn vivid through the
artist's interpretation and clean
palette. Miss Helen E. Keep, who
molds form into her oils with al-
mos as complete a convitio ase a
lent quality of hers in her picture
entitled "Zinnias;" and Ann Bed-
ford Goodman, in the pieces which
she exhibits, shows a great promise
as a careful portrait painter.
Athena Plans to Hold
Membership Try-Outs
.Epsilon chapter of Athena, liter-
ary and debating society, will hold
tryouts for membership at 8 o'clock
tonight in the Athena room, which
is on the fourth floor of Angell
hall. All women of the University,
regardl'ess of tlidir dlass, are eligible
for membership. Each woman wish-
ing to try out should prepare a
three-minute speech on any topic.

CALENDAR
Feb. 1,-24.
Tuesday
2:30- Annd Aror Women's club,
League building.
6:15-Zonta cliuo, League build-
in g.
7:15-A l p h a Gamma Sigma,
League building.
7:30--C e n t r a 1 Committee of
Junior Girls' Play, League office,
League building.
8:00-Athena, meeting and try-
outs, fourth floor, Angell hall.
8:00-Michigan Dames, League
building
Wednesday
men's clb Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre.
4:00-Kappa Beta Pi, League
cave.
4: 00-Meeting of all those tak-
ing part in the Junior Girls'
Play, Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
b7:15-Dc I t a Omicron, League
S7:30-A 1 p h a Alpha Gamma,
League buling.
b7:l30 -Sigma Alpha Iota, League
8:00--M usic section, Faculty
Women's Club, Grand Rapids
room, League-.
Thursday
12 :30-Washtenaw Federation
ofgWomen's clubs, League build-
1:00-Faculty Women's Club,
Board meeting, League building.
2: 00-Newcomers section, Fac-
ulty Women's Club, L e a g u e
building.
7:30-Mu Phi Epsilon, League
building.
7:30--Freshman Girls' G 1 e e
club, League building.
7:45--Black Quill, League cave
8:00-Alumnae of Mu Phi Ep-
silon, League building.
Friday
4:00-Women's League party,
7:00--Sigma Eta Chi, Leaguie
building.
Saturday
9:00---Wyvern, League cave.
10:00-National Association of
Deans of Women, League Thea-

WithCathrin Corells strt- "T h e fundamental requirement
WithCathrin Corells strt-for one in these fields" Miss Loomis
1 ing success this past week in "The went on, "is health. Mrs. Fiske, al-~~
Barretts of Wimpole Street," the though over seventy, is still troup-
revolution now going on in the ing because she conserved her en-
theatrical world has again been ergy and use t it to the best advant-
brought to light. ge"
In the past, stars have generally "Whtaad
always been cast for parts of the "We have an itialor adrnt
same type, and women have feltagheesinootrwrk"r
that this was one of their greatest English actor once told her, "as nc
hanicps n ctig.Mis Crnelman can act as well as women.'
however, has formed her own com- tinl o m eC n to tarke xvomen,
pany and in this, their first play. prste ontd ta el
has proven that she is capable of patte ontd ta el
much greater acting than has been
possible in her other plays. IWOMEN TO ENROLL
Amy Loomis, Director of the Lyd iaINOW FOR TOURNEY
Mendelssohn Theatre, said in a re- - -
cen t ievie,'Ther are many New Eqwuipment Purchased for
theatre aside from acting, but each Tournament Next Week.
woman who has succeeded in the a _
other lines has first been a ;uccess- IArrangements are being compiet-
ful actress." ed for the ping-pong tournament to
"'A year in steak makes ona more hdneswekndanw -
flexible and b r~ i n g s out hidden c ein>.wekadanwpng
things in one's personality. l_ pong table and set has been added
though the fields of acting and to the equipment in the Women's
FacltyWomands Club Barbour gynsu 1y been ei
to Give Dance Tonight let t the regulation re-
S--- Any student interestcd in the
The third dance in the series of h
five planned by the Faculty Wom- I pon rournamen t who has o
en's club is being given at 9 0'clock groups are practicing this week in
tonight in the ballroom of the lpreparation for the tournament.
Michigan Union. Don Loomis' or- This tournament will be intramural
chestra will play. and tentative plans are being made
These dances are for thb Faculty f-or the formation of interelass
members and alumni only. Accord- teams.
ing to the chairm-an of the com- - - - -----
mittee, the first two were very sue-
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REVOLUTiON IN THEATRE REMOVES
H ANDIC AP OF WOMEN ON ST
A my Loomis Points Out Various teaching are over-crowded
Opportunities for Women mediocre material, there is
OtherThanActig. Iroom for real ability," she c
Othe ThaActng.ed.

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w i t hi
always
onclud-

J|. . AT AND
Amy Loomis Announces Short
But Important Meeting
for Wednesday.
All women in tht casts or chorus-
3s of "Came the Dawn!" the 1931
Junior Girls' Play, will meet at 4
>'clock Wednesday afternoon in the
Gydia Mendelssohn theater. Amy
Loomis, director of the Play, who
h.as called the meeting, says that
~t will be very short., but that it Is
~ssential for everyone to be present,
The main purposes of the meet-
ing arc to check over the various
~roups of chorus and cast, to see
,hat everyone has been placed in
;he right group, and to announce
~he times and places for regular re-
'iearsals.
Today choruses B, E, F, and G
will meet in the Committee room a.t
the League building. Choruses B
'and F will meet at 4 o'clock, C-horus
G at 4:30 o'clock, and Chorus E at
5 o'clock.
Orehesis to Post pone
Meeting for This Week
Orchesis dancing society has
postponed its next meeting fromr
Wednesday, Feb. 18, to the folloWi-
ing Wednesday, because of the pel'-
formance of Mary Wigman, Ger,~
man dancer, in Orchestra Hall, De
I roit, on Feb. 18.

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Wed., February 18, 4:15, Hill Auditorium
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Sun., March 1, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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