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'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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W&VA T MATAVE M&M-N&I

Bazaar

and

Cabaret

to

Use

Modernistic

Toyland Decorations

NURSERY SYMBOLS',
TO CARI OUT IDE
OF MOTHER GOOSE,
Life Sized Drawings of Animals
Designed on Walls of I
Gymnasium.1
FEATURE DOLL CHORUSES

WYVERN INDUCTS
TEN CANDIDATES
Mrs. Byri Bacher Initiated by
W yvern as New Counsellor.
Concluding their fall election,1
Wyvern, honorary junior organiza-
tion, initiated ten new members last
night in the cave of the League
building. Mrs. Byrl Bacher, adviser
of women, was also initiated into
the society as a new adviser.
The women who were elected to
Wyvern this fall are Pauline A.
Bowe, Hortense M. Gooding, Agnes
R. Graham, Jane E. Inch, Esther
E. Kirby, Lucille Lough, Katherine
F. Sitton, Ivalita Glascock, Miriam
J. Highley, and Josephine Timber-
lake.
Honoring the new initiates, Wy-
vern will give a breakfast Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock in the Rus-
sian tea room.
SENIOR SOCIETY TO
ASSIST 'WITH TEAS

LEAGUE,
President Rut
Group in
Cooke

WILL

STA

WILL HOLDJUNIR CLASS TO NEARING STRESSES NURSERY-SCHOOL
TRAINING FOR CHARACTER OF CHILD
GHome Gives Inferiority-Complex World Economic Crisis."
IPLAN P LAY With Neither Individuality Stating that child-training is soi
or Freedom. I much of an art as violin playing,
hven Will Address I Dean Alice Lloyd Will Speak on !Mr. Nearing refused to make any
Informal Talk; I Past Traditions Upheld by "Instead of having persons in statement in favor of the home
Will Preside. ! Junior Girls' Play. charge of the development of the background for young children un-
potential citizenry of the country, less he said, the effect of a school'
ART TUESDAY LOOMIS, BATES TO TALK whe are qualified in this direction was created by a family of ten or:
only by being those who are capa- twelve children. Otherwise the
i the system of last Dean Alice Lloyd, dean of women, ble of reproduction, t h e child child just becomes a rubber-stamp
oftebiennial open and Amy Loomis, director of last shudbfaenoto h o r the ideas of his parents and
should be taken out of the home adult relatives and from this he
ext Tuesday evening year's Junior Girls' Play, will be the and be given a real chance for de- usually gets a hopeless inferiority
om of the League speakers at the meeting of all velopment;" was the opinion ex- complex and a hatred of adult
session will be con- junior women, which is taking place pressed by Scott Nearing, well- domination; in a nursery-school he
usual fashion with at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in known radical speaker, who spoke could develop among his own kind
y given to all women the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre of in Ann Arbor yesterday 'on "The in individuality and freedom.
ir opinions on prob- the League building. Emily Bates
t interest in an open generaguch i n g. tEm l a , {
on- lsa ,aW general chairman of the Play, will! i; m 10 4* UW~ 4 III

Waitresses Will be Dressed
Dolls; Central Committee
to be Hostesses.

Pegasus
Today

Club Will Meet
in Dormitory

as

In line with
year, the first
meetings of t
held at 8:30 n
in the baliro
building. The
ducted in the
the opportunit
to express the
lems of current
forum discusic

Pegasus riding club will meet at
4:30 this afternoon in the third
floor music room of Martha Cook
dormitory. It is important that all
members be present as a riding
questionaire will be filled in for
statistical purposes of a Detroit
riding club.
Members are requested by the
treasurer to bring their dues to this
meeting, as the group picture will
be taken soon.
Members of the Women's Athletic
Association are requested by Doro-
thy Ellsworth, '32, treasurer, to pay
their dues this afternoon in the
W. A. A. office on the main floor of
the Michigan League.

Modernistic conceptions of Toy-
land will be the decoration motif
for this year's League Bazaar and
Sophomore Cabaret. The entire
decorative scheme will be carried
out with this idea in mind, and the
program of entertainment will
further the theme.
The Bazaar, which will be held in
the gymnasium of Barbour gym,
will assume an outdoor aspect, for
a ceiling of azure blue will be aug-
mented by buff walls, upon which
will be sketched mural effects of
life-sized animals.
The C a b a r e t will present a
gay appearance with a v a r i-
colored ceiling, and black walls
adorned with modernistic concep-
tions of Mother Goose figures in
brilliant array. Tables arranged
around the outside of the hall will
add a colorful note with their gau-
dily hued tablecloths, and windows
and window 'seats will assume an
ornate guise.
The choruses and specialty act-
resses:will be garbed in appropriate
doll costumes, and waitresses will
appear as Pierrots. Members of the
central committee in formal attire
will act as hostesses, and will be
present at all times to preserve an
atmosphere of informality.
Space will be roped off in the
center of the hall for dancing to
the music ofathe Troubadors, pre-
sented by Jean Goldkette, and the
choruses and specialty acts, includ-
ing vocal and dancing numbers,
will comprise the entertainment.
The food committee, under the
direction of Virginia Taylor, has
planned a menu similar to the ones
offered in the various Ann Arbor
shops. Forty-eight waitresses, work-
ing in shifts, under the guidance
of Aileen Clark, will be ready to
serve the customers.
Arrangements have been made
so that some one of the twenty-six
prominent women who will act as
patronesses will always be present
while the Cabaret is open, and Miss
Ethel A. McCormick, faculty ad-
visor for the affair, will attend each
performance to supervise the gen-
eral details.
The price of admission has been
set at twenty-five cents, with
dances costing five cents apiece. A
special rate of six dances for
twenty-five cents will be featured.
The prices of sandwiches and
drinks will be the same as charged
in regular shops.

New System

Allows for League

Houses to be Divided
Into Social Groups.

FACULTY WILL RECEIVE
Assisted by Senior Society, women
from the Asman, Austin, Rock, and
Jeffrey League houses will intro-
duce this afternoon the first of a
series of informal teas. Guests and
faculty will be received from four!
to six in the Alumnae room of the
League building.
This is the first time that anyi
affair of this sort has been given.
In order that the women from the
league houses have an opportunity I
to meet the faculty socially, a sys-
tem was devised by Miss Ethel
McCormick whereby all of the lea-L
gue houses be divided into groups
of houses and each group plan an
informal tea. Senior Society offer-
ed to help with detail work.
Thehfirst leaguegroup chosen
was League eight. Each house sub-
mitted a list of the faculty and
guests whom they chose to ask, and
invitations were issued. There are
eight groups of houses and the
same program will be followed for
all of the teas.
GROUP HONORS RUSHEES
Honoring their rushees, active
members of Sigma Alpha Iota, na-
tional music sorority, gave a tea
Sunday afternoon in the Grand
Rapids room of the League build-
ing. Katherine Evans and Virginia
Forsythe presided at the tea table.

As speaker for the evening, Presi-
dent Alexander G. Ruthven will
address the group in an informal
speech. Eleanor Cook, '31, student
president of the organization, will
conduct the meeting. Following the
business, a reception will be held,
and refreshments served.
Because of the unique opportun-
ity offered in such an occasion for
an open discussion of women's
problems, particularly in connec-
tion with university life, it is urged
by the commitee in charge that
all university women attend the
meeting.
The open meetings are scheduled
to fall towards the end of each
semester, the first shortly before
the Christmas holidays, the second
in late spring. This is the one
occasion on which all students and
faculty women can meet to discuss
any questions pertaining to women
in the University.
Ceremicist to Address
A. A. U. W. Meeting
Mrs. V. B. Stratton, of Detroit,
founder of the Pewabic Pottery,
will speak to the Ann Arbor branch
of the A. A. U. W at their regular
meeting at 3 o'clock Saturday
afternoon in the ballroom of the
League building. Mrs. Stratton was
given an honorary degree here last
June in recognition of her work in
the field of ceramics.
Duesdwill be payableatsthis time
or may be mailed to Mrs. Clifford
Woody, 1607 Granger, who is treas-
urer of the organization.
Felt Hats Remodeled
Felt is still an outstanding material
and lends itself to reblocking-with
a new upturned' brim-an ostrich
pon.pon or bit of fur-makes an

be in charge of the meeting.
"The purpose of the meeting this
afternoon is not only to present
certain important facts to the
members of the junior class," Miss
Bates said, "but also to re-create
the feeling of unity that has always
been present in everything which
we have done together as a class
in the past. After our Junior Girls'
Play has closed, we want every
woman to feel that she knows
everyone with whom she has been
working."
First tryouts for the play are
scheduled from 3 to 6 o'clock on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
next week. Every one who wishesl
to try out must make an appoint-
ment for the time she desires. A
table will be placed in University
hall for this purpose from 9 to 12
and from 1 to 5 o'clock on Wednes-
day, Thursday, and Friday of next
week.+
For the convenience of those
making appointments for tryouts,
Dorothy Birdzell, business manager,
has planned to have a member of
the finance committee at the tableI
for the purpose of collecting the I
dollar which all juniors are expected!
to pay. No one will be permitted to
tryout without a receipt for these
dues.

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Pent or black colf Black calf trimmed
actorleather,
$a '
$1 1.98
Misses and chi- Boys' black or tan
-dren's patent strgps, oxfords. Goodyear
'size $ i o 7.wait..
0Q!r2.98

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y.

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* I uorpMen's block or ton
pers, maribouorim oxfords. Goodyear
Assorted colors.
work shoo.
Ladies alt bedIroom
slippet% Different
2" Boys' high cuts with
knife. Goodyear
welt. $1.98
first qualiry, gay. Potent blucher shoes
tees, all styles, low also tan and black
prices. tcal .
114 South Main Street

Milliery
SPECIAL
Thursday Only
Take advantage of this one
day offer. A perfect selec-
tion of felts and velvets
among which you're sure to
find just what you want.
All Sales Final
The Shop of
Personal
Service

II

From Paris
La Gerardine

Treatments
experts.

given by

our

Natural
Rain Water
used exclusively.
For appointment
Dial 2-1212
STODDARD
BEAUTY
SHOPPE

il

extra and up-to-date hat.
McKinsey Hat

Shop

Attend the Women's Bazaar
December 5th and 6th
Barbour Gym.
Courtesy
The Collins Shop

227 South State Street

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BUY NOWT!
AT OUR
Pre-Christmas Sale
ON
Musical Merchandise
INSTRUMENTS

Sale!
N8is

OF SMART
NEW FALL

THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY
FORMERLY
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50
NOW

Violins at Substantial Reduction.
Slide Trombones (with case) at 20% discount.
Gibson Tenor Banjo and Case ... . . . .. . $25.00
Gibson Mandolin, now $.........................$22.50
Used $100 Maybell Banjo Reduced to. . . $30.00
Bb Clarinet Outfits .....,................... $17.50
Used Snare Drums for only $10.00
Ukuleles at as much as 20% less
Harmonicas at Discount of 20%
RADIOS
Majestic Model 131, Brunswick Model 15 at
substantial Reductions.

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85

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489 PAIRS

and
$5.85

, " PIANOS
Good Used Pianos at prices ranging
$25.00 upwards.

from

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Styles and
occasion..
all heels!

materials for
. . all sizes

SHEET MUSIC
A large supply of sheet music and music
books at a generous discount.

every

IN ADDITION THERE ARE
BARGAINS

MANY OTHER

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