SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1930
THE M I C IGI I GAN DAILY
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TRYOUTS FOR PLAY
PLANNED FOR EARLY
PART OE DECEMBERI
Appointments Must be Made in
University Hall During
DUES TO BE COLLECTED
Second Semester Juniors and
Sophomores Are Eligible
Donna Jones and Jeannie Rob-
erts are co-authors of the play
which has been accepted by the
Central committee of the Junior
Girls' Play, for presentation in
March. Although the play deals
with campus life, it presents an en-
tirely different angle from that
which has been considered in the
past, and the committee plans that
the play shall be different in many
Tryouts for the Play will take
place on Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, Dec. 11, 12, and 13. All
eligible juniors may try ou; that
is, juniors who have an average of
C and B for last semester's work.
Second semester juniors who did
not take part in last year's play,
and second semester sophomores
may also try out. Juniors who are
new on campus this year, are eligi-
ble for the Play only if they get
special permission from the office
of the Dean of Women.
Tryouts Must Pay Dues.
Appointments for tryouts must
be made by all those who expect
to participate. These appointments
may be made from 9 to 12 and from
1 to 4 o'clock during the week of
Dec. 8 to 12 at a table which will
be placed in University hall for
At the same time as appoint-
ments are made, the dollar dues
which every eligible juntar is ex-
pected to pay, will be collected. A
receipt for the dues must be pre-
sented at the time of the tryouts,
according to the plans which have
been made by Dorothy Birdzell,
Juniors Will Meet Dec. 4.
There will be a meeting of all
junior women at 4:30 o'clock
Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. Dean Alice
Lloyd will speak, and the details
of tryouts will be explained at this
time. Emily Bates, general chair-
man of the Play, says that it is im-
portant for every junior to attend
this meeting, in order to have a
clear idea of what will be expected
at tryouts, and of the general plans
for the Play.
CO-AUTHORS WRITE PLAY DEALING VD ( SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OF SORORITIES INCLUDE FORMAL
WITH NEW ANGLE OF CAMPUS LIFE iKAPP Wi N L DINNERS, DANCES, AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR VISITORS
t TIAI U EV Houses Honor Alumnae and out Beta house during the past week. Detroit, Prof. and Mrs. Howard Mc-
* LI oj Town Guests After Miss Fax stopped in Ann Arbor Clusky, and Miss Winifred Ferrinm.
Pootball Game where she will spend the winter. Chaperone Entertained.
*eeol a Alpha Epsilon Phi Has Guests. Alpha Xi Delta members were
Great variety marked the social Out of town guests at the Alpha entertained at a chaperone tea
-1- activities of sororities during the
Alpha Xi Delta Has Exceptional past week. Entertainments have
Defense But Loses on Its ] ranged from formal faculty dinners
Weak Offensive. and plcdge dances to buffet lunch-
; eons and informal teas for the
TRIUMPH BY 2.1 SCORE pi'easure of the many out-of-town
guests who are here for the foot-
-- Wball game.
Cummings, Brooks, Whipple Gamma Phi Beta was hostess to
Lead Kappas; Porter Stars a number of the faculty at a for-
for Opponents. mal dinner last Wednesday eve-
ning. Dean John Effinger and
Epsilon Phi house this week-end last Thursday afternoon. M r s.
are Julliette Cohn, '28, El Paso, Moore, the chaperone of the house,
Texas, Helen Erlich, and Charlotte poured. Miss Clara Barhorst, Pat-
Feldman, both of Detroit, and Eve- terson, New Jersey, Joan Farker,
lyn Edgert, and Beatrice Kessler, Toledo, and Elizabeth Worley, De-
of Cleveland. troit, are this week-end.
Alpha Chi Omega observed the Sigma Kappa gave a buffet sup-
thirty-second anniversary of the per after the game yesterday in
founding of the Theta chapter last honor , of their guests. Dorothy
Wednesday. Dinner guests present Clark, Cleveland, Maurine Jones,
for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. and Lois Webb of Flint, O'Deyne
H. W. Nichol, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gillette, Lansing, Mrs. Glenn Bix-
Miller, Miss Lillian Condin, and by, Dorothy Marshick, Miss Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert. Bronze garet Marshick, and Miss Frances
and yellow baby chrysanthemums Cope, all of Detroit.
and old gold tapers were used to-_
decorate the tables. BUTLER UNIVERSITY-Students
Alpha Chi Omega gave a for- here had their initial experience
mal dance in honor of their pledges with an insane asylum recently
Friday night. The chaperones were when they visited the state institu-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams, oftion at New Castle, Ind.
Junior women, who have been selected as co-authors of the Junior
Gins' Play, which will be presented during the second semester at the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Their play deals with campus life, although
it presents an entirely different angle than last year's play, "State Street."
'LEAGUE BAZAAR T(
Contributions Will Come From
Seventy Women's Houses
Articles that are being soid this
year at the League and Interchurch
bazaar include all necessities and
accessories for a college girl's room.
"It was the aim of the articles com-
mittee," stated Mary Margaret Mc-
Clure, '32, chairman, "to assign
articles to be made by the various
houses on campus that would be
just what the college women would
want to have in her room, or what
she would like to give as a Christ-
mas gift to an intimate friend; and.
I feel that the articles being made
will more than fulfill our purpose."
Articles Made In Ensembles.
The ensemble idea has been at-
tempted in many of the articles
assigned so that matching sets of
pillows and wastebaskets and ging-
ham and calico animals can be,
purchased. There will be five Lea-
gue booths and three church booths.
Pillows of -various descriptions
and kinds will be sold at another
booth. Some will be made of calico,
some of gingham, others of silk
and chintz, some quilted and some
appliqued. There will be waste-
baskets to match the pillows in
Music Student to Play
at Masher-Jordan Halls
Mosher hall is giving a musical
tea at 4:30 this afternoon in the
)R WOMEN'S ROOMS
some instances and also calico and
gingham animals. Trinketboxes
1will also be sold at this booth and
whatnots and hanging bookshelves
in all colors.
All Houses Are Contributing.
The contributions for the bazaar
are being made by 70 houses on
campus. Those assisting Miss Mc-
Clure on the articles committee
are Esther Kirby, '32, Elinor Locke,
'33, Margaret Seybold, '32, and
Dorothy Malcolm, '32.
Samples of the articles assigned
to the various sororities, dormitor-
ies and league houses must be pre-
sented to the articles committee,
between 3 and 5 o'clock on Monday
afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
This is absolutely the final date
that samples can be turned in.
English Hockey Coach
to Speak Tomorrow
Kappa Kappa Gamma won theI
women's intra-mural hockey chain-
pionship as a result of its defeat
of Alpha Xi Delta by a score of 2
to 1 in an intensely hard-fought
game played yesterday.
The game was essentially be-
tween the Kappa attack and the
Alpha Xi defense. Annette Cum-f
mings, '33, and Pauline Brooks, '34,A
starred for the former and Frances
Whipple, '31, was important in pro-
tecting the Kappa goal. The others
on the wnning team were Eliza-
beth Stein, '33, Josephine McCausy,
'34, Grace Mayer, '31Ed., Katherine
Brooks, '31, Margaret Eamen, '31,
Dorothy Hammeraley, '34, Harriet
Hunt, '34, and Phyllis Swift, '34.
First Half Was Scoreless.
Katherine McMurray, '3 2 E d.,
Jean Bentley, '33, and Jean Porter
were the strength of the Alpha X
defense; Porter was most outstand-
ing. Jean Botsford hit the ball in-
to the Kappi territory with unus-
ual speed and accuracy when it
was passed to her by the backs
but the rest of her team was not
strong on the attack.
Game Was R"-ult of Tie.
At the end of the first half, the
score was 0 to 0 with Alpha Xi hav-
ing the ball for a free hit on theI
edge of the striking circle. Although
the hitting was very hard, most
of the passes were into empty space
and the ;laying was not careful.
The second half was much faster,
Mrs. Effinger, Dean Wilber Hum-
phreys and Mrs. Humphreys, Joseph
Bursley and Mrs. Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick were the guests. Miss
Frances Margaret Fax, a writer of
children's stories, has been acting
as chaperones at the Gamma Phi>
We are cutting our
prices to benefit
For MON., TUES.,
and WED. only
Shampoo and Finger
W ave . ........ $1.25
Shampoo and Marcel $1.25
Hair Cuts (all styles) .. 50c
Hot Oil Scalp Treat-
m ent ...........
A visit will
The slippers that peep from under long
tailored frocks at the Pan Hellenic Ball
will be Jacqueline Modes to complete the
. -...... 75c
Iopening with a goal made for Kap-
Miss Hilda Burr, English hockey pa by Cummings. After numerous
coach, will be in Ann Arbor Mon- attempts by Botsford, Irene Thom-
day afternoon to coach the stu- as finally scored for Alpha Xi.
dents of the physical education Then, with one minute more to
major school in techniques and the play Eamon came through with
game in general. Although Miss another goal for Kappa.
Burr is coming here primarily for The game was a play-off of the
the school, any women. who are 1 to 1 tie of Friday; and as a result
interested in the sport will also be of yesterday's encounter, the Intra-
given an opportunity to benefit by mural Cupwill be awarded to Kap-
her coaching tomorrow, , at 4:15, I pa Kappa Gamma at the Hockey
when open hockey will be played. Banquet to be held Tuesday
frock, if they are smart! Sketched
below . . . a suggestive pump in
moire, suede, kid or patent, with
buckle to complete them.
-also in white to be
tinted at no extra charge.
$1.00 to $7.00
Dim atti s
338 South State Street
Over Parrot Cafe
Dial 8878. Open Evenings
NMI 11110 1
A Gala Group of..
Mosher living room for the entire
MANAGERS WILL MEET dormitory, both Mosher and Jordan
halls. Raymond Morin, '33SM, will
Intramural athletic managers will play the following selections on the
meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock piano:
in Barbour gymnasium to discuss Eroica-Sonata (third and fourth
the organization of a basketball movement)........MacDowell
tournament. If any managers can- Nocturne ................ Restigere
not come they are asked to send Etude C sharp minor ...... Chopin
a substitute. Scherzo B flat minor ...... Chopn
. newly arrived. . . to add
their fresh loveliness . . to the
holiday social season.
All new . . . a carefully selected assemblage of materials
and colors ... in captivating copies of originals
. . . by such couturiers as Lanvin, Goupy,
Cheruit, Molyneux, Patou . . .
in a Sophisticated Wag
Such a wealth of materials! taffetas, satins, crepes, laces,
velvets. And colors! . . . greens, blues, peach,
eggshell, white, red black!
How are they
fashioned? Cowl neck lines, jeweled belts and
shoulder straps, peplums,
b e1 e r o s, flower trim-
mings, Nearly all favor
the simple Grecian lines
... all lengths are to the
75 to $5975
Goodyear's viewpoint of what a youthfully sophisticated
party frock should be is so refreshingly different from
others about town.
Romance has returned in these frocks. Skirts that
swirl about the ankles, soft neckliness that make throats
whiter . . . colors that reflect jewel tones.
Here, too, will you find all the things td wear with your
romantic frock . . . from the all-in-one, low cut founda-
tion garment to the sheerest of sheer stockings.
Sophisticated velvet wraps with flattering fur collars
. . . glittering jewelry . . . party 'kerchiefs and party
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