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SUNDAY. DUCEM13ER 7. 1930

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SUNDY. ECEMER . 190 TlE M~hIAN DILYPAGEFiV
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PRESIDENT O fUNIVERSITY TO OPEN
MEETING FOR INFORMAL DISCUSSION
HELD UNDER DIRECTIO OFLAU

POT TERY EXPERT
LECTURES HERE'
"A.U.W. Hears Mrs. Stratton
Talk on Ceramics.

I ntramural
. .. NEWS

KREUTZBERG AND4
DANCERS, TO
Georgi Is Organizer andDirector
of Dances Executed
by Troupe.

GEORGI, NOTED
GIVE RECITAL HERE

Women to Bring Up Problems
Concerning Regulations
and Activities.
ALL INTERESTED INVITED
Informal Reception to Follow
Open Forum in Lounges
of League.
Pres. Alexander G. Ruthven will
be principal speaker at the first
open meeting of the Women's Lea-
gue organization, next Tuesday
night. The discussion is to be held
at 8:30 o'clock in the ballroom of
the League building. Eleanor Cooke,
'31, president of the League, will
act as chairman of the meeting.
Meetings to be Bi-Annual.
Open meetings are in the nature
of open forum parleys scheduled
twice a year for debate on any
questions women may wish to bring
up. Attendance is not limited to
students but any faculty women or
others connected with the Univers-
ity are welcome to take part in the,
discussion. This is the only official
opportunity given women who are
not actively engaged in League
work to take part in discussing
the problems in regard to women's
regulations and activities on the
campus.
Ruth Babbitt, '33, Has Charge.
The League social committee is
sponsoring Tuesday's general meet-
ing. Jeannie Roberts, '32, is chair-
nan of the committee; Ruth Bab-
bitt, '33, is chairman of this event.
The committee has issued a special
plea for all women to attend the
forum and participate in the dis-.
cussion. The success of the project,
will depend on the number of,
women who are present and the,
interest shown in it, Miss Babbitt
said.
The committee has planned an
informal reception which will fol-
low the general discussion. There
will be no receiving line, but those
who attend the meeting will have
the opportunity to meet Pres. Ruth-
yen. Refreshments will be served in,
the lounges.
Patroness of Musical
Sorority to Entertain
Members and Rushees'
Alumnae chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota is giving a tea this afternoon
for the patronesses, rushees, and
members of the active chapter, at
the home of Mrs. Carl E. Gehring,
1920 Scottwood Ave.
The following musical progtm
has been planned for entertain-
ment:
Sur Musik ............. ....Franz
No Candle was there. No fire .... .
.................Liza LehmanI
Take Joy Home ...........Bassett1
Beulah Hankinson. '32SM a
Prelude and Fugue in G Major..:.
. .................. BachI
Alp-Wein No. 11.........Godowsky
Fantastestuck.........Schumann:
Margaret Hawley, '31SM
None But The Lonely Heart....... .
..........Tschaikowsky
Dedication .................Franz
Sing Again .............Prothero
Eleanor Phillips, '32SM.
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"When I first began working
with clay, there were few schools
where one could learn how actually
to fabricate objects, for pottery
wasn't considered a very proper
field for women," said Mrs. Mary
Chase Perry Stratton of Detroit in
an address given at 3 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon in the ballroom
of the Michigan League Defore the
American Association of University
Women. Mrs. Stratton has been
recognized for her work in the field
of ceramics and was given an hon-
orary master of arts degree.
Mrs. Stratton took her first les-
sons in pottery in a pottery shop,
and in ten days had a knowledge
and skill sufficient to have her work
passed by the foreman. This inter-
est in pottery came from Mrs.
Stratton's realization that the na-
tural resources of the United States
rhad not been fully utilized, al-
though Europeans had long made
use of them. Mrs. Stratton was
always interested in art, and was
brought up near clay deposits in
Michigan.

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Basketball games scheduled for
Monday are: 4 o'clock, Alpha Xi
Delta versus Mosher hall No. 1, and
Delta Gamma versus Alpha Gamma
Delta; five o'clock, Kappa Delta
versus Theta Phi Alpha, and Zeta
Tau Alpha versus Alpha Delta Pi.
This week was the last for teams
to practice for the intramural
basketball teams, as the games are
to begin Monday. Any woman want-
ing to play in the intramural
games who is not affiliated with a
sorority, dormitory, or League'
house, will be able to join a club
team by getting in touch with Miss'
Marie Hartwig at Barbour gym-
nasium.
A bowling tournament is being
carriedon as an individual sport.
Any woman may enter by signing
up at Palmer Field house or Bar-
bour Gym and by bowling fifteen
strings any day between four and;
six at the Women's Athletic build-
ing.

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By Barbara Wright.
Yvonne Georgi, co-dancer in that
famous troupe Kreutzberg and
Georgi who will give a recital here
December 10, has gained increas-
ing popularity in the past two years.
She has figured more prominently
in their press notices and is con-
sidered to have gained immensely
in artistic stature.
Gefrgi is an Algerian. She has
studied the dance in France and
Germany, under the instruction of
Wigman in the latter country. Be-
fore she joined Kreutzberg she was
ballet mistress of Hamburg opera.
That dancing was her forte was
recognized early in her life and she
has devoted herself to study and
creation in this field.
Miss Georgi has been largely
responsible for the choreography of
the dances of the troupe. Hers is
the position of organizer and direc-
tor; when she was here last year
she was obviously the leader during
their rehearsals. While her native
talent may not be so great as that

LEAGUE WILL GIll
BI-MONTHLY PARTY
Christmas Will be Theme Used
in Decorations by Group
in Charge.
ATTENDANCE INCREASES
Christmas will be the theme of
the December informal League tea
to be given from 4 to 6 Friday after-
noon in the ballroom of the League
building. There will be dancing
during this time and tea will be
served.
The committee in charge of this
affair will be selected from League
house group no. 1. The houses in-
clude Adams, Augsburger, Coon,
Sadler, Jennings, and Cozat. Ac-
cording to ,the new plan instituted
this fall each tea is sponsored by
an organized house, rather than by
the social committee as was the

Kreutzberg and Georgi
of Kreutzberg, her ability lies in the
direction of managing, criticism,

President Alexander G. Ruthven

JANE COWL HEADS OWN REPERTORY
SORORITIES TO GIVE FACULTY TEAS COMPANY IN SERIES OF DRAMAS
AND INITIA TION BANQUE TS TODA Y
Noted Actress Abandons Star probably a revival of "Romeo and
Many Alumnae, Out of Town a formal dinner Thursday night Parts to Start Theater Juliet"-will be added to her reper-
Mrs.W. B Henerso, Mr. Catertoire. Miss Cowl had decided that
Guests Spend Week-end Mrs. W. B. Henderson, Mrs. Carter in New York- the return of repertoire plays will
in An Arbor. Goodrich, Mrs. Charles Cook, and keep the theater from oblivion.
in AnnArbor.Mrs. Welles Bennett. Between 75 Jane Cowl has abandoned the keep _heteatefrooblvion
and 100 members of the faculty and J starom"aandtned theI
Sunday afternoon teas and for- their wives have been invited to stage "stardom" and turned to BAN LATE HOURS, CALLS
mal dinners in honor of members tea this afternoon at the chapter repertory. She has returned to New NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
of the faculty have been the pre- house. York, no longer as the individual-Nwrgltosfromntu
dointigforsf etertainmen -New regulations for woman stu-
dominating forms of enteTainmei- Formal initiation will take place star of one play, but as the leader dents recently put in fo'rce by the
ding he ast week. Twom sorr- this afternoon at the Alpha Phi- of a repertory theater with her own dean of women include prohibition
ties have scheduled formal intaoo house for Gile Miller, '32, Elizabeth permanent company of players. of telephone calls after 10 o'clock
tion ceremonies for this afternoon Knight, '32, and Margaret Loomis, She is now appearing on alter- at night, a curfew hour of 10:30
and have many of their alumnae '32. Miss Frances Louise Seydell, nate nights in "Twelfth Night" and o'clock for seniors, 10 o'clock for
back for the occasion. Jackson, Virginia Schurz and Mar- a modern play, "Art and Mrs. juniors and sophomores, and 7:30
Kappa Alpha Theta honored the garet Barthel, ofAnn Arbor, Janet Bottle." Later two more plays-one o'clock for pledges and freshmen.
pledges of the sorority with a Trembley, Flint, and Helen Ruther-______________
formal dance last night. Mrs. ford, Mildred Rudell, and Virginia
Franklin Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Geis, all of Detroit, were alumnae 0
R. Sinclair, of Detroit, were chap- present for the occasion. - s3.50
erones. Alumnae who returned for _II
the dance were Margaret Pollock, - - -
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and in the creation of new dances. custom formerly.
In the Moroccan dances Georgi's The League social committee,
is the outstanding performance. under the chairmanship of Jeannie
These and the representations of
the hymns of the Italian Luli are Roberts, '32, acts as director of the
her own creations. Again in the entertainments, but does not plan
Casandra which was on their pro- them directly exceptonnspecial
gram last year her personality occasions. The regular bi-monthly
comes to the surface. Her style in affairs are all planned by individual
dancing is more modernistic than houses.
her partner's, but, though their "Attendance at League teas has
personalities differ widely, they increased considerably this year,"
achieve harmony and are able to Miss Roberts said; "this interest
accommodate themselves to each which has been shown by the cam-
other to an unusual degree. pus in League teas is indicative of
Kreutzberg and Georgi have de- the success of the new project."
veloped a new field in dancing, an An orchestra for dancing has
intense modeiism, which deals in been engaged for Friday as usual
subtle imagery and symbolism. and bridge tables and cards will be
Graphic representation of an entire available for those who wish them.
episode or story is the aim of the The tea will be in the nature of an
modern dance. informal reception.
MaeYorSeetin No --dAvi

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CHRISTMAS CARDS
GIFTS

and

Gertrude Holton, and Alice Wolff.
This afternoon Kappa Alpha
Theta will receive about seventy-
five faculty members at tea. Mrs.
Moore will pour.
NATIONAL OFFICER
ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Frederick Artz, of Cincin-
natti, province president of Alpha
Xi Delta, was a guest at the chap-
ter house Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday of the past week. Her visit
has been the incentive for numer-
ous entertainments including tea
Tuesday evening, given by the Ann
Arbor alumnae of the sorority.
Thursday evening a number of the
faculty were honored guests at a
formal reception at the house. In
the receiving line were Mrs. A. R.
Crittenden, Mrs. Wendell Moore,
Miss Laura Codling, Mrs. C. C.
Thorpe, Mrs. Franklin Shull, and
Mrs. Roy W. Crowden; Mrs. Cyrus
Sturgis and Mrs. Robert Hall
poured.;
Sixty guests were present at a
Founder's Day luncheon given by
Alpha Omicron pi yesterday in the
League building. Decorations were
in red and white. This afternoon
the sorority is holding initiation
and a formal banquet in the League
for Sarah Bond, '32, Mae Stuart,
'33Ed, Elizabeth Rowe, '33, Dorothy
Van Every, '33SM, and Eleanor
Welsh, '33.
FACULTY DINNER HELD
Sigma Kappa had as guests at
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LarUnL a ceaery Inors
Sixteen by Extending
Bids toMembership
Eta Sigma Phi, honorary Latin
society, has added two faculty
members and fourteen women stud-
ents to its chapter. Initiation was
held Wednesday, Dec. 3, in the
chapel of the League buildings.
The women who were initiated
Wednesday were Margaret Thomp-
son, '32, Marguerite Schneeberger,
'31, Edith Reiss, Ruth Emmick, '32,
Edith Vubudge, Ruby Young, '32,
Vera Newbury, '31, Jean Proctor,
'31Ed, Mary Hagaman, '31 Ed, Mar-
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31Ed, Dorothy Goldberg, '32, Pau-
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Officers of Eta Sigma Phi this
year will be Evelyn Miller, '31,
president; vice-president, Beatrice
Loomis, '31; secretary, Alice Mat-
thews, '32; treasurer, Louise Ueber-
horst, '31. Prof. James E. Dunlap is
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Two $50.00 Rugs
One $9.00 Rug
One $9.00 Rug
Given Away

Kodaks

Albums

Time extended until January 1,
1931 for papers to be in on "~What
to know in buying oriental Rugs-
Near Eastern or Chinese."
Two $50.00 and one $25.00 Heir-
loom Handmade Chinese Rugs are to
be given as prizes for the paper con-
taining the most facts. (The English
used or the way it is written does not
count.)
Also a $9.00 ma, to the child in or
under the sixth grade who writes cor-
rectly, in short sentences, the greatest
number of the meanings of the Ori-
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