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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1930

THE MTe"141r,.AN nA TLY

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FAMOUS QUARTET
STO PLAY TONIGHT
TO D L I~ 0 E CO~ ! String Ensemble Brought by Ann
INFORMAL__REDlG I Among musical ensembles of the
country the Musical Art Quartet
fgures as one of the most promi-
Library Committee of Women's nent. The quartet, which is being
Lbray presented by the Chamber Music'
League Sponsors Sunday Society of Ann Arbor tonight in
Entertainment. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, is
__r___ t directed by Sascha Jacobsen, im-
PT AN TO (RRVR TP A portant figure in New York musical
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SOPHOORESNAMECo-ed Is SO Human;BZARSLES
CABARAETSPONSORS Spoils Ducky Debate ASKED TO REPORT
Tet WmtBy ELSIE G. FELDMAN T
Twenty-six Women Invited to beI,_.-! Anne Tn bm_ Ch ir r, C nllc

Law Sorority Will
Honor New Pledges
Thursday With Tea
Phi Delta Delta, honorary legal

Program to Include Selections
From Christmas Mystery
Plays of England.
Miss Amy Loomis, director of the
League theatre, will deliver the
second reading of the series spon-
sored by the library committee of
the Women's League Sunday after-
noon at 3:30 o'clock in the Grand
Rapids room of the League build-
ing.
The program will include selec-
tions from the Christmas mystery
plays originally dramatized by the
Townley, York, and Chester cycles.
These cycles, or trade guilds, first
produced the plays, which date
back to the 14th and 15th centur-
ies.
The plays mark the early transi-
tion of drama from religious plays
to trade guild performances.
The purpose of the informal.
Sunday afternoon readings is to
create in the student an apprecia-
tion of good literature, and to pro-
vide a means of informal meeting
between students and faculty mem-
bers. Three programsawere given
last spring, and one early this fall.
Subjects have included literary
criticisms, direct reading, and talks
on special fields of literature. Here-
after some such program followed,
by an informal tea will be given at
the League the first Sunday every
month."
Tea will be served as usual after
the reading Sunday. Anyone who
wishes, whether connected with the
University or not, may attend the
reading and tea. None of these
affairs are limited to women, or
even to students; in fact the com-'
mittee wishes to encourage the at-
tendance of faculty members and
town residents at these entertain-
ments.
ntramural
NEW
Schedule of Games.
Wednesday.
4 o'clock-Pi Beta Phi vs. Gamma
Phi Beta.1
Alpha Chi Omega vs. Chi Omega..
5 o'clock-Kappa Kappa Gamma
vs. Adelia Cheever.
Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Kappa Al-
pha Theta.
8 o'clock-Couzens Hall vs. Alpha
Epsilon Iota.
An intramural bowling tourna-
ment will be held from Monday
Dec. 8 until Friday, Jan. 16. Any
woman desiring to enter the tour-
nament should sign her name on
the bulletin board in Barbour Gym-
nasium or at the bowling alleys at
the Women's Athletic building by
Saturday noon.
In order to play in the tourna-
ment it is only necessary to bowl
TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING
All makes of machines.
Our equipment and per-
sonnel are considered
among the hest in the State. The result
of twenty years' careful building.
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615
You wilvtmre out"

of your University ca-
reer if you are able to
type your own notes,
themes and theses." Yur
notes will be much full-
er if you take then in
shorthand. Hundreds of
Michigan students have
learned typewriting and
shorthand at Eamilton
Business College. Many
have used it to earn
money on the side or
during vacation. You
will also find it very
valuable in your career
after graduation.
Typewriting
Shorthand
Accounting,

circles and a director of ensembl
work in the Institute of Musical
Art. Other members of the quartet
are Paul Bernard. second violinist
Louis Kaufman, violist, andl Marie
Roemaet-Rosanoff, a student o1
Pablo Casals.
The influence of the famous
Kneisel Quartet is felt in the de-
I velopment of this quartet as in
many others. Mr. Jacobsen studied
under its leader, Franz KneiseJ
upon his arrival in the United
States.
The quartet has become very
firmly established in a very short
time and has become well-known
for its interpretations of modern
music as well as the basic classical
compositions necessary for success.
The program to be presented is:
I
Quartet in F Major, Opus 18, No. I
......................................Beethoven
Allegro con brio
Adagio
Scherzo
Allegro
II
Quartet in G Minor, Opus 10.....
............................Debussy
Anime et tres decide
Assez vif et Bien rythme
Andantino doucement expressif
Tres modere
III
Quartet Opus 64 ......,.. Glazo unow
Andante
Scherzo: Vivace
Figures Show Passing
Of 'Poor Working Girl'
Figures Rf the Rational Federa-
tion of Business and Professional
Women's clubs reveal that the
"poor working girl" is passing into
oblivion.
This pathetic but romantic figure
which once cooked over a gas jet
and used her window sill for a re-
frigerator is now living in comfort-
able rooms and has her meals pre-
pared for her or maintains an
apartment or a home.
15 strings during the four weeks
any day from 4 to 6 or Tuesday and
Thursday evening from 7 to 9.
The three highest scorers in each
class in the intramural tourna-
ment will meet for an interclass
tournament after the week of
Jan. 19.

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Present at Annual Class Edgar C. Hornik on Page One) Meeting of Saleswomen Lynn Fowler, '33L, Violet Schell,
Activity. TTTHETHER co-eds behave like for Booths. '33L, and Florence Fletcher, '33L.
----human beings was announced Honoring these new pledges a
PLANS NEAR COMPLETION to be the subject of the debate held TO GAIN ACTIVITY POINT meeting and tea will be held for
between Alpha Nu and Zeta Phi Eta members of the local chapter,
Announcement of a list of twen- last night but at the conclusion of Women who are planning to act Thursday, Dec. 4 at the home of
ty-six prominent women who have the debate the question predom- as salesladies at the annual League Florence Clement, '32L, president
been invited to serve as patronesses ence was "Does the co-ed act as an and Interchurch Bazaar to be held of-Phi Delta Delta.
for the Sophomore Cabaret was angel or a devil or is she human." Friday and Saturday of this week UNIVERSITY OF OREGON -
made today by Jean Botsford, .as- Since the decision was awarded are asked to be present at a meet- A University co - operative book
sistant chairman of the event dur- to the negative by a standing vote ing Thursday afternoon in the store has been established here.
ing the various times the Cabaret of the audience it wasdecided that League building. Anne Tobin, '33,
the co-ed was either angelic orLegebidn.A eTon,'3
is open. devilish and not human. chairman of sellers, will announce
The women who will act in this Although Frank O'Brien, member the hour and room for the meeting
capacity include Mrs. Alexander G. of the negative team, asserted that in the Daily Official Bulletin Thurs-
Ruthven, Mrs. Joseph H. Bursley the men were human beings and day morning.
hvh u y that the co-ed was comparable to Slips have been sent to all the
Mrs. James B. Edmundson, Mrs. various animals, the negative team houses on campus asking the
Emil Lorch, Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, was awarded the winning trophy of women to sign up for a certain
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl F. a green donkey presented by Mrs. hour during the two days and these
Bacher, Mrs. Ira W. Smith, Dr. John Tennant. slips must be returned to Miss
Margaret Bell, Mrs. John uThe primary purpose of the af- Tobin completely filled out. All eli-
MargaJret BellMrs.oru'wa firmative argument as presented by gible women are invited to help sell
Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs. Robert Zeta Phi Eta was that women at the bazaar. Freshmen are not
T. Crane, Mrs. Walter F. Hunt, Mrs. s h o w e d human characteristics eligible.
Karl Litzenburg, Miss Jeannette through their emotions, through One League activity point will be
Perry, Miss Ellen B. Stevenson, Miss their social ability, through their given to all sellers. Women who will
Walter A. Reichart, Mrs. Burton D. organization, through their ability act as sellers at the bazaar are
Tuto exist on a diet which only hu- requested to wear dark colored
Thuma, Miss Ethel A. McCormick, mans can stand, and their relations dresses, preferably black. It is not
Miss Laura G. Campbell, Miss Dor- with the men on the campus. necessary to sign up for more than
othy D Hall, Miss Helene E. Schufz, The primary points of the nega- one hour but anyone who desires
Mrs. James D. Bruce, Mrs. Roy W. tive argument as presented by to, can sell as many hours as she C) Oii1 1
Cowden, and Regent Esther M. Alpha Nu were that co-eds showed wishes. All sororities, dormitories
Cram. Iinhuman characteristics by all us- and league houses should have a
Plans for the Cabaret are nearing ing the same excuse when they representative number helping con-
completion. The costumes, super- kept men waiting, that of taking a duct the sales at the bazaar.
vised by Adele Woolley, are finished bath or a shower; that in all their
and the choruses and specialty treatments of men they were either Only two deaths from smallpox
numbers are being rehearsed ex- angelic or devilish; that they acted occurred in North Carolina during
tensively under the direction of like animals, especially like the 1929.
Margaret Schermack. The decora- rabbit beaver, and kangaroo in
tions committee, under the leader- their presentations of the Junior
ship of Catherine Heesen has been Girls' Play and the Sophomore
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ARCHITECTS PLAN
INFORMAL DANCE
Architectural Sorority Sponsors
Affair at Field House.
I Alpha Alpha Gamma, a women's
Architectural Fraternity, will spon-
sor a dance to be given in the ball
room of the Women's field house,
Friday, Dec. 5. Ethelyn M. Freder-
ick, '31A, president of the organ-
ization will be in charge of the af-
fair which will be an informal
dance, lasting from 9 to 12:30
o'clock. Tickets will be on sale
Thursday and Friday in the main
lobby of the Architectural school.

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v oi ng Iro 4 'clock unt ilmid- Cabaret.
night every day this week on the Might it be mentioned that there
task of transforming Sarah Caswell were more men than women pres-
Angell hall into a night club. ent.
OBSERVATORY BEAUTY SHOPPE
Shampoo and Finger Wave $1.00 Shampoo and Marcell. ..$1.00
SPECIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Shampoo and Finger Wave 75c Shampoo and Marcell. ......75c
Special Prices on Permanent Waves
Frances Weimer--Phone 23575

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Technical Illustrations
COMPLETE DRAFTING
SERVICE
Specializing in
ILLUSTRATIONS FOR TEXT
BOOKS, REPORTS,

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When you buy our shoes we think of the
customer's physical and mental comfort in
the wearing of them.

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ARTICLES AND
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James Boot Shop
620 East Liberty Street

COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOPPE

Dial 22194

303 S. State

We Offer
Shampoo and Finger Wave.
Shampoo and Marcel ......
Manicures . . ..............
By Expert Operators
Open all Evenings

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. ...$1.00
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Phone 22813
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You Can BuySmart Dresses
for the Holidays
at Special Prices

Gift Week-- Saving Prices
ON ALL
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
APPAREL
$4,000 Worth of Mack's Furs for $2,200

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You'll find the dress you need . . . whether it
be a crepe for afternoon and informal dancing
or a light weight woolen for street wear. These
dresses were $19.50 and $25 . . . you'll be de-
lighted to find them with these new price tags!
Goodyear s

COLLEGE SHOP
North University Avenue

Formerly $325.00 ..................Now $100.00
Formerly $195.00 .................. Now $125.00
Formerly $350.00 ..................Now $225.00
Formerly $225.00 ..................Now $125.00
Formerly $475.00 ..................Now $350.00
Formerly $150.00 ..................Now $ 85.00
Formerly $200.00 .................. Now $150.00
Formerly $325.00 ..................Now $225.00
Formerly $625.00 ..................Now $375.00
Formerly $175.00 ..................Now $ 55.00
Formerly $200.00 ..................Now $ 85.00
Formerly $250.00..... ............. .Now $150.00
Formerly $275.00 ...................Now $ 85.00
A Sale of-Women's and Misses'
Coats With Luxurious Furs
Regular $49.50 and $59.50 ........... . . Now $39.50
Regular $69.50.....................Now $59.50
Regular $89.50.....................Now $69.50
Regular $125.00................. .Now $99.50
Will close out-Women's and Misses'
DRESSES AND GOWNS
Formerly $ 9.95......................Now $ 6.95
Formerly $16.75..................... Now $10.95
Formerly $25.00..................... Now $19.75
Formerly $49.75..................... Now $29.75
Fomerly-1.5.00 N.,w AKA 7-w

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