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THURSDAY OCTOT3ER2, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ORGANIZD UNlDER
Class Presidents and Directors
of Dormitory Compose
I Advisory Board.-
MASLEN NAMES LEADERS
Smaller Dormitories Operate

THE SOPHISTICATE
By Margaret Hapgood, '31
Rushing is occupying to a large of jewelry, though jewelry, apart
extent the time and interest of the from earrings, is not as important
feminine portion of the campus. this season as it has been hereto-
Clothes are a most important ad- fore. Restraint is one of the key-
junct, with the accent on after- notes of this fall.
noon frocks. Sleeves this season have been
Sometimes classes continue until interesting the designer to such an
tea-time, in which case one's choice extent that frequently they are the
is necessarily limited to a more main decoration. The tendency is
iforma$ly type; crepe ar most towvards elbow fullnesbu so many
colors. For the girl who is more accepted by smart women, that no
fortunate in her schedule and has Igeneralization can be made.
time to dress; and for dinners

Captains Announced for This
Year's Inter-class
Teams.
Interciass hockey practise will
begin this afternoon at 4 o'clock
on Palmer field. Those in charge
of the class teams are; Clara Park-
inson, senior, Esther LaRowe, jun-
ior, Jean Botsford, sophomore and
the freshman class manager to be I
appointed later in the season.
Women entering the University
as freshmen or transfers are invit_-
ed to come out for their class teams
as participation in these teams
will not bar one from playing with
sorority teams in intra-mural ac- I
tivities.

LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE JNO OMTE
WILL FEATURE WOMEN ARTISTS
Endeavoring to follow as near as ambassador of song" or the "Lady
be established at the Lydia Mendel- sung her group of negro spirituals Cfirn

.~sonn iiicaire in ont~ wunien S

League building, the management
will offer throughout the months of
October and November, women who
are artists in their own field and
have international ,reputations as
such.
Carola Goya, a vivacious Spanish
dancer, will be the first of the group
of young women to be featured at
the Me.ndelssohn Theatre. She has
an established reputation on the
European continent as a dancer of
a distinctly different type.
The second attraction on the pro-
posed program is to be Miss Edna
Thomas, of New Orleans, La., a
southern contralto known in all the
four corners of the earth as "the

at mvany uf the court~s of Eiurope and g &~A
is making a tour of her own country Will be Chosen for Annual
this year. All of the artist's cos-
tumes are southern heirlooms. Junr___y
Another woman to present a Tonight at 8:30 o'clock the mem-
dramatic performance on the pro- bers of the central committee for
gram will be Chinquilla, famous~ the Junior Girls' Play will meet in
American Indian, who will wear the office at the Michigan League
native costumes and use Indian building. At this time the remain-
stage settings.- ing chairmen of the committee will
Mine. Ongawa, Japanese actress be chosen. They are: chairmen of
of note, will head the Ongawa Play- I ushers, costumes, make-up, and
ers to appear during the month of dance committees.
November. At the same time, names of wo-
Cornelia Otis Skinner, another jmen to serve under the various
American artist, will give an eve- chairmen will be considered. Ac-
ning of her famous monologues' cording to Emily Bates, general
toward the end of this program of chairman, all committees are to be
famous women artists. organized as soon as possible.

Pnur eng Y es n more formality is possible. DEAN'S ASSISTANT
PrecdingYear. IVelvets, laces, including wool-j TO H ANDLE LOANS
Hlouse organization committee of lace, chifions, satins and some ___
the Women's League and the di- liht-wght woolens all find their Miss Jeannette Perry, formerly
rector socia direcor of etsyrBrbour
rcrsof Mosher-Jordan Hall have Skirt lengths vary from 12 inches, adietr fBeyBrbu'
totether worked out a new method which is correct for the day-time, has returned to Ann Arbor to be-
of organizing student government to ankle length for more formal come a member of the staff of the
in the dormitory. wear. Dean of Women. She will handle
The smaller dormitories have al- 5Black and white, which is being all loans for student women, and
ways elected house officers and two muc aproval b ons the cpusng have charge of the standings of
members to sit on the board of well aprthe fhn brownmps, ad sophomore, junmor, and senior wo-
representatives of the Lgu.Ac- wela h ahoal rwsadmen, and eligibility rulings.
cordng tthesy eagemp. y greens. H-owever, this is a season IMiss Perry resigned her position
cod ing tohe-JstedanoHw emplo- in which no color is tabooed. Also1 at Betsy Barbour to spend a year
e in iiss Mosherandec Jo- in the silhouette and details nearly. abroad. Following that she taught
the, twoc divis ons, hrn opr- anything is permissable except in the Erskine School, a junior col-
dan elec houprsencounisi h cmps-e short, knee-length skirts and low Cloge for girls in Boston.
edof1 rseresnative in therdaseI waistlines. Some of the more fre-
-addition to the ten council mem-- qun tm r oopep1m BUTLER UNIVERSITY - With
bers, the four classes in each' hall and tunics. 'the establishment of its new speech
elect a president, senior president Necklines are bloused and draped; Ilaboratory, Butler becomes one of
presiding at council meetings, jun- there are many scarf, fur-cdged,~ the first fivb universities in the!
dbr acting as first vice-president, novelty white fabric, and bead and country to employ the clinical
sophomore second, and freshman' eyelet embroidered types. Some- method of speech study. Wiscon-
third. ,A secretary and treasurer times the neckline is entirely un- sin, Iowa, Michigan, and Purdue
for each hall is elected by the coun- trimmed to allow for the wearing 'possess similar laboratories.
cil from its members.__ __________
Class Presidents Named.
The dormitory representatives to Hats That Are Different
the Woen' rL ea gereslativ Fittcd to the head and matched to your costumec
are the four -class presidents of $6.50 and up
Mosher, the class presidents oi
Jordani, and one graduate repro- c I S Y H T S O
sentative. 227 South State Street
In order to organize the house at _______
once, the class presidents have been ---_____________________________
appointed by Albertina Maslen, '31,
chairman of the League House Or- gi Q
ganizations committee. They will A nucn pca pnn
hq d office until the first week 1n ~ GENUINE NESTLE CIRCULINE
N vember, when a general election P R A E T W V
~sschesluled to take place. P R A E T W V
The appointments to office in the
two halls that have been made are
a follows: Senior president in Mo-
shrHzeTicke"nn jnoin MRS. TESSIE STODDARD uS
;rs. Georgianna M~ott, andL fresh- NWBAT AO
iian, Nolda MVcdamly; In Jordan 317 SOUTH STATE STREET
Hall senior president is Margare
ophom ore, Evelynr Lhman,h an --mo mHum
freshman, Olive Dawes. The grad-
uate representative is Dorothy Bot-

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1932 JUNIOR PLAY
MANUSCRIPTS DUE
All manuscripts for the 1932
Junior Girls' Play are to be turned
in today at the main desk in the
Ieague building. Consideration of
these plays will be the first work
of the central committee.
Katherine Sitton, chairman of
mnusic, wishes all women who have
composed any music during the
summer, or who would be interested
in doing so now, to get in touch
with her immediately. Miss Sitton
may be reached by calling 7717.
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