F'RIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930
PRIDAY, DThc~EMBER 5, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
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Sophomore Cabaret Open at Barbour Gym
VAIOUS0 A RTIC LE S
NiL BE OFFERED
AT LEAGE BAZAA
Sophomore Cabaret to Present
Entertainment to Patrons
of League Bazaar.
ALL WOMEN MAY SELL
Churches Sponsor Three Booths;
Delta Gamma Manages
All the necessities and accessories
of a college woman's room are in-
cluded in the articles being sold
today and tomorrow at the Wo-
men's League and Interchurch
Bazaar in Barbour gymnasium.
There are five booths being spon-
sored by the Le'ague to which 70
houses on campus have contributed
articles to sell.
There are pillows of chintz, calico
and gingham, waste baskets, trinket
boxes, calico and gingham animals,
what-nots, hanging bookshelves in
all colors, dresser scarfs, finger tip
towels in sets with colored borders,
silhouettes and lamps which will
delight the feminine shopper. This
is an ideal opportunity to do Christ-
mas shopping for intimate friends.
Churches Join At Bazaar.
Three booths at the Bazaar are
being sponsored by the churches.
The Episcopalian church is selling
fancy work, aprons, and home pre-
pared food. Mrs. A. E.Schurz is in
charge. The Unitarian church is
sponsoring one booth in which will
be sold used books, pictures, North
Carolina pottery, china and home
made food. This booth is being run
by a committee consisteing of Mrs.
Walter B. Ford, Mrs. H. P. Marley,
Mrs. C. N. Faulkner, and Mrs. D.
M. Lichty, general chairman of the
churches. The Baptist church has
charge of a booth in which will be
sold home made food and fancy
hand work. Mrs. Wm. B. Batem is
Tea Room Will Serve Meals.
The tea room run in connection
with the Bazaar is being sponsored
by Delta Gamma Sorority. There
will be meals served at noon and in
the evening both Friday and Satur-
day. All women on the campus are
expected to eat one meal in the tea
room. Reservations should be made
early by calling Jane Brooks, '31,
chairman of the tea room, whose
telephone is 7817.
Original and lively entertainment
will be afforded patrons of the
Bazaar. The Sophomore Cabaret
with peppy choruses, clever special-
ty acts, and dance music offered
by Jean Goldkettes orchestra, is
one of the most interesting features
of the Bazaar. There will also be
ping pong tables for enthusiasts of
that game, a miniature putting
green for golfers, fortune telling
booths, and a fish pond.
Students Asked to Help Sell.
All women enrolled in the Uni-
versity who are interested in help-
ing sell at the Bazaar should get
in touch with Anne Tobin, '33, who
is chairman of sellers. All women,
except freshmen, may seli if they
'Toyland' is the decorative motif
of the Bazaar. The gymnasium has
been transformed by a ceiling of
azure blue augmented by walls of
buff color decorated with life size
drawings of animals.-
ONE OF FEATURES
DEAN ALICE LLOYD
Athena Gives Formal Banquet
for New Members.
The tap chorus is one of the e;
which is being held tonight and tom
members are Jean Winslow, Constan
Elizabeth Stein, and Ella Hanson.
Meeting of A.A.U.W.
to be Held Saturday
A varied program will be pre-
sented at the monthly meetigpof
the Ann Arbor branch of the Amer-
ican Association of University Wo-
men which will be held at 3 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the ball-1
room of the League building.
Mrs. W. B. Strattonk, of Detroit,
known professionally as Ma ry
Chase Perry, of the Pewabic Pot-'
tery, will address the members on
the subject oftceremics. Mrs. Strat -
ton was granted an honorary de-'
gree here last June in recognition
of her work in that field.E
Following her talk the Touch-
stone club of the Ann Arbor High
School will present a one act play
Dues will be payable at this meet-
ing or may be mailed to Miss Lona
Tinkham, Forest Court.
Those wishing to become mem-
bers of the association should mail
their credentials to Mrs. Clifford
Wooley, 1607 Granger, chairman of
the membership committee.
A speciality for twenty
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314 South State Phone 6615
uniors Also Hear Amy Loomis Epsilon of Athena, national de- .
Speak on Subject of bating and literary society, honor- Opening the intramural season
ed its members with a formal ban- over thirty basketball teams are
Annual Play. quet immediately after the initia- practicing. There will be no inter-
tion ceremony in the chapel, Wed- class tournaments this year. All'
TO TRY OUT NEXT WEEK nesday night in the League build- games are conducted through in-
______ ing. tramural and any women desiring
'Participation in the Junior Girls The women initiated were Doro- to play on an interclass team must
Play is a wonderful opportunity for thy Peck, '32; Dorothy Daniels, '32; first play in an intramural tourna-
the members of the class to know Louise Crandall, '34; Martha Lit- ment. At the close of the intra-
each other," said Dean Alice Lloyd, tleton, '334; Emma Lou Swanson, mural season the best players will
dean of women, addressing the '33; Barbara Shuker, '32; Jane be chosen to represent their respec-
meeting of junior women which Bean, '32; Gertrude Cook, '31; and tive classes and an interclass tourn-
was held yesterday afternoon in the Agnes Johnson, '31. ament will be held.
Lydia Mendelssohn theater. Gale Saunders, '31, was toast-
Miss Lloyd's opinion was upheld mistress and the speakers were Any women wno are not affiliated
by Amy Loomis, who said, "Your Florence Hiscock, '32, who wel- with a sorority, dormitory or
point of view is one of the most im- comed the initiates into the so- league house and wishes to play
portant factors in the play. The ciety; Martha Littleton, '34, replied intramural basketball may join a
function of the play is primarily in behalf of the pledges, Florence .lub team by getting in touch with
social and only secondarily dramat- Clement, '32L, last year's president Miss Marie Hartwig at Barbour
ic. In order to make it serve you of Athena, Mrs. James O'Neill, a gymnasium.
ospedding socially, your first aim should be to patroness, Eva Hesling, '31, presi-
atures of the Sophomore Cabaret know your class." dent of the society, and Miss Flor- Entries in the bowling tourna-
orrow night in Barbour gym. The The suggestion was made by ence Pollock, president of Athena ment must be signed up by Satur-
ce Giefel, Mae Stuart, Laura Finley, Dean Lloyd that eligibility for try- in 1924 and 1925. Miss Pollock, who day noon. Individual sports are be-
ing out and participating in the is now a practicing attorney in Ann ing conducted by Intramural as
play was not the end of the rela- Arbor, stressed the value of train- well as team sports. All women are
tionship of grades to the play. In- ing in speech such as Athena af- eligible to enter individual sport
!Musicale to be Given stead, the marks of junior women fords in later professional activity tournament. -
or onOrary Soorit connected with the play are noted Patrons who were guests at the
for any lowering of scholastic aver- banquet were Mr. and Mrs. James
Mage during the second semester. M. O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd K. t FRATERNITY JEWELRY
Mrs. W. W. Newcomb will enter- "You must be eligible to try out and Riley, and Mrs. Ray Immel. The
ta the actives and rushees of must stay eligible or be dropped," committee in charge of the affairARCADE JE
Delta Omicron, national musical said Dean Lloyd. was Madelon Andrus, '31, Nelda
Appointments for tryouts for the Shrer, '32, Elizabeth Shull, 'CARL
sorority, at a formal musicale at play may be made from 9 to 12 and i SadEear, 2,ia ethhul,3'33.L
her home, 1245 Ferdon Road, Fri-fyomay to d'clockonMon and Eleanor Rairdon, '33.yJEWEE__AN__
day evening. The numbers on the Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs- __ENickels
musicale program will be played by day of next week, and tryouts willCAD
Edna Whine, Margaret Jamieson, take place from 3:30 to 6 o'clock +A N DY
en W, Mar ar, '3 s, on Thursday, Friday, and from - _ - -=
SM, Mary LaBour, '31SM, Lois 9:30 to 12 o'clock Saturday morn-
Peoples, '32SM, and Marquita De- ing, announced Emily Bates, gen- GET We Specialize
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Mrs. M. Leroy Burton
Will Return for Visit
Mrs. Marion LeRoy Burton, widow
of the late president of the Uni-
versity, is expected in Ann Arbor
next week. She is enroute to Cali-
fornia where she will visit her
daughter. While in the city, Mrs.
Burton will be the guest of Mrs.
Several informal parties a r e
planned to entertain Mrs. Burton.
IN THE ARCADE
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a beverage. That is, if you haven't already tasted Arbor Springs Water.
But if you have, you certainly do give it a thought, because it's so differ-
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that the people of Ann Arbor
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thought they "did not like Chin-
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they cared for and did not buy,
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