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FHE P SECOND SEMESTER IT \n r NEGRO WOMANA ARSFORECEVNT NG
FRESVMENT[AMS'RUSHING STARTED.AA 9.1o CHOOSES LLCHJE lNCSOTOKHUAADROBAITN
LOS[ 0 ~ Sorority Dinners and Teas Head HXC T 0 HDi 9 C R H S V arm.on Fundationt Art Exhibt ;they were cared ot of the canvas
Causes Much Critical rather than as if they were paint-
List of T his Week's Parties. d. lIer attack is very direct. She
Sn usDiscussion uses very little shadow contrast,
YESTERDAYi Rushing is still the leading forml--.-
ofnrtinmestll theadngorn1 esMrs. John S. Tennant, Mrs. H. Ruel Kenyon Engaged as New- with the result that h r paintmg Editoria
entertainment nth oroities M a MsGeoreD-Len Duckan Out of the 46 negro men and wo- has a very clean-cut result. Has
thiMc week ,sMls.hGebugeas the s;aenmen artists who have exhibited in R presenting all classes of nero
week as last, but as the sea-cted. New Conductor. the annual exhibition of the Har- is the group of artists is interesting
Ruth Kurtz and Alice Goodenw son draws to a close, parties of an-_ mon foundation, Miss Lillian Dor- in itself. Janitors, waiters, and sign
Elected Leaders of other kind are being planned. Eliminating the office of presi- Changing the size and, in a few ! sey, an 18-year-old high school stu- painters all have offered pieces for "A liii
Freshmen. Delta Zeta gave a rushing din- dent and substituting for it a joint instances, the personnel of the dent of Stamford, Connecticut, has the exhibition. The award which the edit
ner Tuesday night and last night, Board of Control, the Ann Arbor Lea ue bad Eleanor Cooke'31, been awarded one of the most sig- was offered for the ctstummate are ava
S WOOD and will give another party tonight. chapter of the Junior Americanb1 nificant prizes, the Otto Kahn prize work of a single artist went to to an
SENIORS CHOOSE WO D This week-end, Delta Zeta actives Association of University Women president of the Womens League,'I of $250. The show began sometime James Lesesne. BruceI
will be hostesses for an alumnae elected Mrs. John S. Tennant, '28, announced yesterday that Ruel last week and will continue until This isolation of negro artists ager of
Cardinals Defeated by Seniors reunion at the chapter house, at Mrs. H. M. McFarlen, and Mrs. Kenyon has been engaged as the February 18, at the Art Cntrs, from the rest of the art world has zinc.
in Second Tournament which alumnae from all parts of George Alder as leaders for the new director. New York. brought about much discussion. For for con
the country are expected to be pros- term ending next September. Mrs. Kenyon has been connected with The story of Miss Dorsey's suddc aiiany 0 the critics and artists have with a
Contest. et.Frances Hubbard, '28, will hold the d'tiller s rise in the ai t world is ono of con- elt that ar is a umversal thing life to
Because of the outstanding work Chi Omega gave a rushing party office of treasurer and Mrs. Isabel Ted Wees' orchestra, Ray Siderable intcrest. When Maurice and not a racial affair. This is true readers
last night, and are entertaining six Nickels, '25, will officiate as secre- orchestra, has played at the Lido Stern returned to this country u rhi part, and yet, there seens to be I"How
of their guards, the senior basket- rushres at dinner tonight. tary. in Venice, and has had numerous year his attention was ca led ter a , n groia individuality thor, "
ball team defeated the Cardinals Mrs ge y RochtkwDlt GragorE, other engagements throughout this work of th's y t; rl h lohad up <a }I r ie hre nnegro artistsIpresent
with a score of 29-8 yesterday aft- Pi gave > .Ride , and Miriam Schlotterbeck,'27, country and abroad. At present he uni that i had no training n t o rom other staff
P c av e a tea in h onor of M rs i e , ' 4 n i i m Sc l t e b i a s c c n it 1 e h u . M . m d r r ists.r m t er s a f ,
eno in arorgmnasium. tei ntonl ,npet;. 'PThe will serve as representatives to the cutyadarod tpeet h to ;C l ttcnqe.M.roe' ni'S ro
ernoon in Barbour gymai . their national inspectress.Th i re r en1vra is engaged in working out the ar- Stern reccogniel Ter talent and' oevr, judging from this :show
Elizabeth Wood, '31, was elected patronesses of the sor rity were Board of the Senior American As- iseggdiYokn u the n1r- Str Ca er reoizchr1 ltan hoerudngfm thehw,
captain of the senior team. invited. sociation of University Women. rangemepts of the music for "Came voluteered to give her some few ,d that held i Boston i the ort to
Beftm ore the gsn rt th o mth- .e be d i the Dawn," the 1931 Junior Girls' essons. spring of 1930, this individualism is details
BNames Teas.t DethmaetrttBoth Kappa Kappa Gamma and The members wil be divided in Play, according to Miss Cooke. From th small impetus she has a qaiy derived rather from the
Name Teams. IDelta Gamma entertained rushcesto discussion groups as previously The new orchestra is to be con- develoed her talent into a distine- s t r o g eiotional interpretation
freshmen teams selected distin- at dinner last night. with about thirty women in each. ducted by Len Duckman, '33L. He tive style which ilno way savors wh nrthe Negro infuses into his-_ithi
guishing names. One team called Pi Beta Phi gave a rushing din- The groups are Drama, Current will also do the major portion of of a leaning ch in no wty sor , tee hnr m
wil ls d te ajr orio o o alenigtowards ithe Stern art, n thr than from any stylistic1 s
themselves the Lemons and chos! ner for six guests last Tuesday Events, Art, and Book Reviews; the incidental singing. 'style. The painting, Self Portrait, q Mties. As a result of this criti- Ro
Ruth Kurtz, '34, as captain. Alice night. This week-end the sorority they will meet as often as desired Robert Carson, grad., formerly which received toe Otto Kahn im, however, the Harmon associa-
Goodenow, '34, was elected captain will have as its house guest Mrs. and once a month the whole chap- the director of the League orches- award is executed in a bold style tion has come to the dcision that ry o
of the Onions which is the name Robert E. Beisel, of Lafayette, Ind., ter will convene. At the monthly tra has given up active participa- where the young artist uses a PC- the intervals between exhibitions
chosen by the other team., province Dresident. On Saturday meeting, the groups report on tion in the band, but will continue culiar chisled quality in which her will be extended from one to two Phone
The juniors were able to make up) they are giving a tea for the Ann their work, present program, or to manage its affairs. various planes have an effect as if or three years.
somewhat for their defeats of the Arbor alumnae, with Mrs. Beisel as are entertained by an outside Numerous speciality acts and fea- ------ - _-_--_
day before by winning both games guest of honor. M r s. Palmer speaker. ture solos are being planned by_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
from the freshmen yesterday be- Christian will pour. The requirement for membership Kenyon for the intermissions. These
cause of their better team work and is the same as that for the Senior specialties, according to present
greater accuracy in shooting bas- COMEDY CLUB WILL association: graduation from a uni- plans, will be presented between
kets. versity or college the accredit- dances in the Grand Rapids room I pOr cl
Onions Defeated. T RY EXPERIMENTed list of the A. A. U: W. The wo- of the League building. The spe-a
The Onions went down to defeat,- men in the junior branch have all cialties will be varied from week
at the hands of the J-Hoppers with Plot of 'Straight Jacket' Will received their degrees within the to week and will present members
a score of 27-15 due mostly to the present Unusual Viewpoint. last ten years. of the orchestra as well as outside ! speaks of high style and ood taste. Fashionable
superior work of Esther LaRowe, --_talent, Miss Cooke said.n
'32 Ed., and Emily Bates, '32, for- ------------ - women everywhere will wear shoes like this. It's a
wards and of Virginial Olds, '32, "Straight Jacket," says Mildred JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY REHEAR-
who played an excellent game as Todd, '32, who will have a leading SALS FOR TODAY in for a test curl, and real beauty, fits perfectly and will give you com-
guard. Alice Goodenow, '34, guard, part in that play when it opens to- p fort and service in addition to superb styling.
and Charlotte Johnson,'34, forward, night, "has been an experiment for Chorus B with Miss Loomis.. 4:30 learn our price for a
were the outstanding players for the Comedy Club. It deals with a Chorus G ..................5:00 Before deciding on your Spring and Summer cos-
the Onions. new plot, one quite different from Chorus D ..................4:00 NESTLE tumes why don't you come in and see the latest Made of I
The Bluejays won a decidedly any that has ever been produced Chorus C ..................4:00 of Genuine
one-sided victory from the Lemons on this campus." Chorus E ..................7:30 CIRCULINE footwear fashions produced by WALK-OVER.
by a sco"e of 15-5. This game was "Professor Brumm is the mostI In addition, Katherine Sitton PERMANENT
marked by the playing of Violet excellent director we could have wishes to meet the following peo- WAVE
Camberg, '32, as forward and Dor- had," continued Miss Todd, "for, pie at 3 o'clock in the Garden
othy Malcolm, '32, who played since the play has not been given Room of the League building:
guard for the Bluejays. Eleanore before, he can tell us just what Ruth Allison, Jeannette DuBois, Service Given
Allen, '34, and Josephine Nolan, '34, interpretation of his characters he Burnette Bradley, Helen Hilger- Exert Marcelling and "UR ON S WA LP-OVER S
played particularly well for the op- wishes us to have, and he can really mann, P h y 111i s Ornstein, and AeMgan
posing team. finish his writing of the play by Gwen Zeller. Finger Waving 115 S. MAIN ST. ANN A
_ _.. --__ _ -- producing it. The play is one of
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peci iyt ntefemine parts are es- clubs famousrstadium for the first 317 So. State St. Phone 2-1212
The whole play has a psychological ear. thisyear.___o___A_
trene. it should be of interest onj neys
this campus, because it deals with _____

at Staff of Magaizne
s Limited Number of
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aited number of positions on
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iable to womie A," according
annfuncement made by H.
Palmer, '31, business man-
the ca lips humor maga-
"There is a constant need
peteut typists and writers
feminine slant on student
ippeal to the many women
of the magazine.
ever," he announced fur-
;heLe are no openings at
for women on the business
itsforpoitinson either
al f .the ciargyle shuld re-
morrow afternoon, further
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to appear i The Daily late'
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The women's rifle team will shoot p
its first telegraphic match withf
four other teams this week. The m
teams with which the local team le
will compete are from the Louisi-"S
ana State University, the Univer- C
sity of South Dakota, the Kansas b
State University, and the Univer- p
sity of Maryland. The team has'
planned a schedule of matches1
which will last until April 4. The y
rifle range used by the team in o
their matches is located in the Wo- p
men's Athletic building. Ten wo- f
men make up the team, and of r
these the five best scores are taken.r
t
Women interested in fencing will '1
meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Bar-
bour gymnasium to form a class.
John Johnstone, varsity fencing
coach, will instruct the class, which
will meet on every Tuesday and
Thursday for the remainder of the
school year. Any students who
woul,' like to join the class and
have not yet signed up may do so
at the meeting tonight.
Houses that did not report at the
meeting of Intramural managers,
held last Tuesday in regard to the
Intramural swimming meet are
asked to communicate with the In-
tramural office in Barbour gym-
nasium. The names of students
who are to compete in the swim-
ming tournament should be handed
in at the office by Fr aay. Each
house will be notified of the date
on which its members will swim.

ollege from the standpoint of a
rofessor and his family."
The costumes for the play are
nodern ones, and have been col-
ected by the property committee.
ome of the women tryouts for
,omedy club have helped the mem-
ers in making the sets, and stage
properties.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. -Nine
young women who lived for weeks
on 28 cents a day each, today were
pronounced by physicians fitter,
atter and fairer. They ate no
meat, butter or milk, but had eggs,
peanut and soy bean products, cot-
tage cheese, oranges and tomatoes.
They had food left over, too.

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