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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1931

THE MTCHIG -1N DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPEAKER OUTLIN PHI SIGMA SIGMA
ul 11L d Ul LWILL GIVE DANCE
PLACE F WDelta Gamma Holds Dinner for
P F OMENNational Officers as
9 K1 Rushing Ends.
Ainouncements of pledging close
the rushing season this week-end,
Student Conference Will Hold as other social activities becomee
Last Meeting Today popular once more. t
at Harris Hall. Alpha Phi announces the pledg-I
ing of Mary Browne, '33, of Tren-1
GROUPS DISCUSS TOPICS ton, Mich., and Barbara Wright, r
'32, of Freeport, Ill.l
Buffet Luncheon Will be Served Alpha Omicron Pi wishes to an-_
at Noon to Those Who nounce the pledging of Mariant
Smith, '34, of Detroit, Mich. To- f
Make Reservations night the sorority is enteraining
six rushees-at dinner.d
"Opportunities For W o m e n in Delta Gamma have as their house
Church Work" is the general title guests during this week-end Mrs.
of the Student Conference,rone of J. W. Bingham, their national pres-e
the last meetings to come under ident, of Palo Alto, Cal., and Mrs.
Religious Emphasis Week. which Joseph Hasted, their national vice-C
will be held this afternoon from president, of Evanston, Ill. A din-~
12:30 co 5 o'clock in Harris hall ner was given in their honor lastt
At 12:30 a buffet luncheon will be night, and afterwards they werec
served to those women who have taken to see the Comedy Club'sI
made reservations. At 1:30 Bishop play, "Straightjacket."a
William P. Remington of Oregon The pledges of Phi Sigma Sigmas
will give the introductory talk on are entertaining the active mem-c
the women's field in church work, bers at an informal dance to bet
specifically speaking on the place given at the chapter house tonight.3
of women in the mission fields. Chaperons for the affair will bef
From 2 o'clock to 2:15 a discus- Mrs. C. S. Upham, and Mr. and Mrs.
sion group will be -held. At 2:15 H. B. Ullian. Tomorrow afternoon,t
Mrs. Robert Page, a social service Mrs. Ullian will entertain at ar
worker who was lately connected bridge tea for the active chapter
with the Dodge Brothers Motor of Phi Sigma Sigma at her homeI
Company in Detroit, will speak on on Melrose avenue.I
"Social Service in the Church." At9
2:30 Miss Ellen Gammack will dis- Women May Dance t
cuss "Student Work."'
"Girls' Work" will be the title of During Extra Hour
Miss Florence Anderson's talk at
2:45. Miss Anderson is connected Remainder of Year
with the Young Women's Christian
Association in Detroit. Miss Janet
Lewis will speak on the "Parish Plans for an open hour of danc-..
Secretary" at 3 o'clock. Ruth Ken- ing every Wednesday night duringt
nell will explain the future of the remainder of the year were1
"Creative Expression Through the made at the meeting of women stu-t
Diance" at 3:15. dents interested in dancing whichz
Ernest E. Piper, head of Reli- was held Wednesday night in the;
gious Education in Michigan and Women's Athletic building.N
an expert in his field, will deliver Miss Emily White of the physical
the address at 3:30 on "Religious education faculty discussed, during
Education." Following this -speech the meeting, various phases of in-
there will be a brief discussion per- terpretive dancing, the current'
iod followed by tea. At 5 o'clock movement in Germany in the field
bishop Remington will conclude the of dancing, and the, work of wo-
program with his speech on "In- men in other schools. The aims
vesting ,One's Life." and purposes of the group were
Women students from neighbor- outlined and suggestions asked for.d
ing colleges will be present. The Miss Edith Barthel of the physi-t
hostesses will be Mrs. C. R. Mabley, cal education faculty, did a spe-C
Mrs. Fred M. Brock, Mrs. J. F. Sant, cialty dance to Schubert's "Waltz."
and Miss Marjorie Weber. Miss White also danced, usingt
Chopin's "Prelude." The studentso
"Men are bad enough about put- who participated in the program
ting off their choice of a vocation, are Alice Crane, '32, Helen Town-
but women are worse," declared send, '32, Martha Boehmer, '32,
the chairman of the Women's Vo- Katharine Robinson, '32, and IMar-
cational Guidance Committee of ion Heald, '33.
Stanford university recently. He ----- -
said that men more often come to O H I O STATE UNIVERSITY-
the University with the idea of pre- Students of Ohio State university
paring themselves for a job of some are noow able to take a course in
sort, but that women are not forced ice cream making, through the ef-
to think so soon about what they forts of the local department of
will do in a vocational way. dairy technology.

Women Show Little
Talent in New York

8IR LS' GLEE CLUB

Annual Art Exhibit J
U~ r
By C. M., '32
Little promise was shown in the Forty Tables Are Reserved for
fortieth annual exhibit of the Na- Party This Afternoon in
tional Association of Women Paint- Lcague Building.
ers which just recently was brought
to a close in the New York gal- Fe
leries of the Fine Arts building. The Forty tables have boon arranged
offerings were many and the ex- for the bridge party which will be
pressions were given in many art sponsored by the University Girls'
museums. But from all appear- Glee club from 2:30 to 5 o'clock this
ances the women seemed wary of afternoon in the Grand Rapids
their own emotional expression and rofnthe h buiad ing.
the result was an exhibit, loud with room of the League building. A
splendid technique and excellent member of the organization will
finish, but displaying very little preside at each table.
depth. Helen DeWitt, '33, is chairman of
Miss Anna Hyatt Huntington took H
the sculpture prize with her bronze the committee in charge, and is
lamb entitled April which is treat- being assisted by Vinselle Bartlett,
ed in a manner that verges on the '32, Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '32, Mar-
sentimental. Mary Nicholena Mac- garet Waller, '32, and Janet Allen,
Cord was awarded the National ,3
Arts Club prize for her oil, In a
Corjiish Town, which reveals a Prizes for the party have been
clumsy compositional quality and donated by four local stores. Mem-
neglects any consideration of an bers of the committee for the affair
advantageous use of spacial de- wish to express their appreciation
signs. The whole effect is barrenly for these gifts to Wahr's Bookstore,
cluttered. The still life prize went The Rubley Shop, Jacobson's, and
to Mary N. Tannahill for her work Foster's House of Art.
Yellow Calla Lillies, which judging
from the reprint in black and white
is an interesting study with a good Februarysout 1
understanding of compositional ar- -oes Wi
rangement.
Out of this group of technically on one and two
hampered and inhibited artists the
Association has chosen a diversified
group to be sent to the Interna-
tional Arts Club in London which
will hold an exhibit within the near
future.
Another one of those to be in- in the newest Spring shades. Fashioi
eluded in the group sent to England These dresses are of the latest st
is a still life by Molly Wiiliam
Hands. This shows no great skill $16.75 t(
even in technical mastery. The en-
tire composition is very disorgan- Sizes 11
ized with scattered apples, a de- This also includes dresses of silk crepe
tached bowl and pitcher set out formerly sold to $25.00. All will he
in the painting like incoherent'
blotches rather than as a consistent
whole. The show as a whole has
been disappointing if we are to One Lot Dresses
consider it as representative of the $500
artistic potentiality of American $ 0
women artists. Formerly sold to $16.75
WOMEN WIN IN DEBATE
Michi an women won the first
debate in fhe triangular contest be-
tween Ohio State, the University
of Indiana, and the University of I
Michigan by the victory of its nega- E L I BERTY.A
tive team over the affirmative team
of Ohio State in the debate held o.J.JlV ItJJ WI
Thursday night at Columbus, Ohio. {_______

IDXDMITORIES ENTERTAIN GUESTS
WITH TEAS AND FORMAL DANCES
Adelia Cheever Honors Director man. The receiving line is to in-
Wi!th Tea; Mosher-Jordan clude Miss Ine Bozorth and Miss
Halls Give Dance. Isabelle Dudley. Ted Kropke's or-
- ---chestra will furnish the music.
In honor of their director, Miss In Mooher hal the arrangements
Aita M. Schule, the residents of are mu'ch the same; decorations are
Adelia Cheever gave a tea last to be carried out entirely in colored
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Schule has
.1 i;hts and spring flowers. The
j tst recently resigned her position guests are to include, Miss Alice
at Adelia Cheever to take up work Lloyd, Miss Sarah Lutes, Miss Ethel
in Highland Park. McCormack, Miss Inez Bozorth, MissI
Elizabeth Urban, '31, president of .
the house assisted at the tea by Lois Salyer, and Mrs. M. E. Buffing-I
pouring; and the other - students ton. Another social activity which
helped in the entertainment. Dur- was carried out at Mosher hall this.
ing the course of the afternoon week was the usual tea on Thurs-
Miss Schule was presented with
flowers. As a part of the formally day afternoon from 4 until 5:30
arranged entertainment a trio was; o'clock.
introduced from the School of Mu- HOld in honor of the house bas-
sic. ketball team the Martha Cook resi-
Both halls of the Mosher-Jordan dents had a festive formal dinner
group will entertain at formal Wednesday night. Talisman roses
dances this evening from 9 until 12
o'clock. The dances are to be only and long tapers were the extent of
to members of the houses; Mosher the decorations and table arrange-
is limiting the group to eighty, and ments.
Jordan sets the limit at 100. _______
Jordan hall arrangements are
under the direction of Evelyn L1h-
man, '32, who is the social chair- You Are I nvi
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STUDENTS ENTER
PING-PONG FINALS
Contestants Make Arrangements
to Play off Matches.
Lists for the ping-pong tourna-
ment have been posted in Barbour
gymnasium, with the names of the
contestants paired off and the tele-
phone numbers listed.
Students who have entered the
tournament should arrange to play
off their matches before tomorrow,
it has been announced by the man-
agers. Only a small number have
completed their matches so far.
The ping-pong tables being used
in the tournament are in Barbour
gymnasium and the Women's Ath-
iecic building.
Women Debaters Meet Indiana.
The Women's varsity debating
team will meet the University of
Indiana debating team at 8 o'clock
tonight in the Laboratory theatre,
Professor Harry Wood, of the State
Teachers College, will be the judge.

tte{d to Attend

th sensational savings
Piece Dresses.
L CREPE---SILK
ned in one and two piece creations.
yles and were made to sell from
o $25.00
to 17.
T chiffon lace and knit material some
sold at this low price.

Mack's 75th Spring Opening

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Fashion Revue

SATURDAY
2:30 to 4 p. m.
NEWEST DRESSES, SUITS, COATS,
HATS, SHOES AND ACCESSORIES

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Displayed on Living Models
DRESSES...............$5.00 to $25.00

Late Winter Hats
2 for 1.00
Formerly sold to $7.50
NT M A'YNA /

SUITS ................$$9.95 to

$39.50
$25.00

DON'T FORGET! SATURDAY IS DOLLAR
DAY, WITH SPECIALS IN EVERY DEPT.

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