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TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1931

TYiE mIcI-IIC.

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PINCIFE FIVE

TUESDAY, JANIJARY 6, 1931 TIlE MICI-IIGAN I) Al bY PAGE FIVE

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JUNIOR LS' PLAY TOSN OPERA
SCHEDULES SECOND
TRYOUT THIS WEEKi' "

Certificate of Health Required
for Appointments and
Participation.
TOE DANCERS PRACTICE
New Students Must Petition for
Eligibility Through Dean
of Women.
Junior women who have been
called back for second tryouts for
the 1931 Junior Girls' Play can
make their appointments from 9 to
12 and from 1 to 5 o'clock today,
tomorrow, and Thursday in Uni-
versity hall. Tryouts are scheduled
from 3:30 to 6 o'clock Thursday and
Friday, and from 9:30 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theater.
Need Health Certificate.
When making appointments, a
certificate from the Health Service
will have to be presented to the
woman at the table. In speaking to
the juniors at the class meeting
which was held last month Dr.
Margaret Bell stated that it was of
primary importance that the wom-
en taking part in the play do not
neglect their health, and she hopes
to prevent this by making a health
certificate a requirement for par-
ticipation.
New students are automatically
ineligible until they have petitioned
their eligibility through the office
of the Dean of Women. Notices
have been sent out by that office to
each of these women, who are asked
to make appointments immediately.
Women to Try Out Alone.
Everyone who tries out a second
time must sing and dance alone.
Only those who are trying out for
leads need to speak. Women who
wish to harmonize should get ap-
pointments next to each other, and
will be permitted to do so in addi-
tion to their singing and dancing
alone. Those who are trying out
for men's parts are asked to wear
men's clothes.
The members of the toe dancing
class will meet at 4 o'clock today
and Thursday in the committee
r o o m at the League building to
practice.aThey will also be asked to
tryr out alone.
A meeting of the members of the
central committee will be held at
5 o'clock today in Miss Loomis' of-
fice. After the meeting the com-
mittee will have dinner together in
the League cafeteria.
COLLEGES REPORT
INCREASE OVER '29
Enrollments of 431 Institutions
Indicate Difference.
Reports from 431 colleges and
universities from various s t a t e s
show an increase in total enroll-
ment of three and one-half per-
cent over 1929 according- to Dean
Raymond Walter of Swarthmore in
an article published in a recent is-
sue of "School and Society."
Team Manager Named
Helen Wilson, '31, has been ap-
pointed senior manager of the in-.
ter-class basketball teams by Eliza-
beth Louden, '32, manager of
basketball on the Women's Athletic
Association executive board.
RXPERN
WATC H
R EPAI RI NG

U HA.LLER'S
Suite Street Jewelers

Marie von Essen
MARIE VON ESSEN
HAS GERMAN ROLE
Contralto Sings One of Leads
in Gotterdaemmerung.
Marie von Essen, contralto, who
plays leading roles in productions
of the German Grand Opera Com-
pany, will appear in her native city,
Detroit, when this company pre-
sents "Goetterdaemmerung" a n d
"The Flying Dutchman" Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings of next
week in the Masonic Temple.
Mme. von Essen, better known to'
the American public as Mary Kent,
concert and operatic singer, was
born and educated in Detroit, hav-
ing gained her first musical experi-
ence by singing in church choirs.
After touring the country with the
Antonio Scotti Opera Company and
Fortune Gallo's San Carlo Opera
Company, she went abroad to study,
convinced that her particular me-
tier was German opera.
She had sung in nearly every
opera house in Germany, including
all the important cities, when she
was engaged by J. J. Vincent, man-
aging director of the company, who
had gone from New York to Ger-
many to engage artists and conduc-
tors. He heard her in "Goetter-
daemmerung" at Dresden in the
role of Walraute, and upon hearing
that she was an American, immedi-
ately made a contract with her.
A.A.U.W. Executives
Will Meet to Plan
Activities for Year
Meeting at 2 o'clock in the League
building, the Executive board of the
Ann Arbor branch of the American
Association of University Women
will discuss plans for the new year.
Mrs. E. Hornbeck, state president of
the association, will be present at
the meeting.
Announcement has been m ade
that Mr. John B. Condliffe, of Aus-
tralia, visiting professor in econo-
mics, will speak at the January
meeting of the local A. A. U. W.
which will be held at 3 o'clock next
Saturday, Jan. 17, at the League
building.

(Ii __ CALENDAR MARGARET SARGENT OFFERS UNIQUE MICHIGAN ALUMNA
Tam ural to _ FORMOF PAINTING, INDIVIDUALITY L I V IN G N CHINA
NV2 n esda. Marion Hite's Water Colors pological side of the human race Clara S. Shepard Representing
j 2:'30-Ann Arbor Women's ClubyM.. -ee
*League ballroom. ' Give Pickwickian Humor is clearly brought out in these University Y.M.C.A. There.
i 4:00--Junior Girls' Play toe dane- in Her Work. studies.
ers, League committee room. Another of the more prominent Clara Sergent Shepherd. '15M. is
5:00-Finance committee, Junior In spirit, aleadingandrampan women artists, Helen West Heller.
Schedule of Games Today: laA omice, L e In spirit, a leading and rampant showed a group of ten lithographs now in Kienning, West Fukien,
Girls Play, W.A.A. office, League modernist, Margaret Sargent has at Walden's Palmolive gallery dur- China. Her husband, George Shep-
4 o'clock: League 7 vs. Helen New- Oilding. turned from her native Boston ing the first week of December. Un- herd, and their four children are
berry; Jordan Hall 2 vs. Delta Delta 6:15-Zonta Club, League build- where the conservatives still hold usual in Miss Heller's work was a with her.
Delta. ig. sway and has recently laid her art swerve from the mystical interpre- The University of Michigan Y.
5 o'clock: Betsy Barbour vs. Helen 7:15-Zeta Phi Eta, fourth floor, before the Chicago public in a one- tations to an unexpected adven- M. C. A. sent Mrs. Shepherd to
Newberry; Alpha Phi vs. League 2. Angell hall. man show. At present Miss Sar- ture in the humorous. Although China as a representative in 1919,
_7:30-Sigma Phi Gamma, League gent is more important in the field these works revealed her strength her first trip to that country. Since
Results of Monday's Games building- of art as a personality than as a and mastery of her medium, she Dr. and Mrs. Shepherd have been
7:30 - Mu Phi Epsilon, League wielder of the brush, for her work seems more at ease in interpreting in China, they have frequently been
Mosher 28, Delta Gamma 23. g. still holds many traces of earlier the more aesthetic subjects with in the midst of bandit attacks.
This game was closely contested. 8.00 - Michigan Dames, League painters whose work has influenced her ability to weave rythm with In July, the bandit invasion
At the beginning Delta Gamma was her style. However, as a woman lines. forced Dr. and Mrs. Shepherd to
ahead but by steady playing Mosher Wednesday who promises to develop a distinct- -- --- leave their post. This winter, be-
took a decisive lead of 4 points in 3:00 - Music committee, Junior ly unique form of painting, and an FORMER STUDENTS cause the American and British
the last few minutes of play. Girls' Play, W. A. A. office, League individuality which is hers alone, governments will not allow mis-
GbuildingMargaret Sargent stands to the PROVE SUCCESSFUL sionaries with families to be in the
Delta 9. 4:00-Junior Girls' Play toe danc- fore of the stage in this drama of interior of China, Dr. and Mrs.
Det .ers, League committee room. competition among the modernists. Department Stores Hold Many Shepherd will be in Fuchow.
Excellent guarding and fast cm~ 7:30-Delta Omicron, Ethel Foun- The Blue Girl, one of the paint-
bination plays marked this game. tam Hussey Lounge, League build- ings exhibited at the Arts club re- Openings for lumnae.
I ohtaswr elognzdbting. veals much of what is to come to be 1
neither team was able to present '"Go to the department stores'eisO
formidable defense. Tusa h Mrae agn ult. the advice that Helen Law, herself 1
2:30-W.C.T.U., Lounge 1, League The picture is decidedly impres- cole grduate a oe
Alpha Delta Pi defaults to Zeta building. soitci t ako eal u olg rdaeada mly
Kappa Delta 24, Theta Phi Al- 3:00 - Program committee, con- the mood which the artist wishes York, gives to women college-grad- O utstanding
course of League building. to portray through the model's ex- Ykes to women oee-rad-
pha 7. uts resyhoeethtti
Kappa Delta had a strong well- 7:00- Ann Arbor District Nurses, pressiOn is so very evident that this is not literally, oeesry because
gforce of comprehension and under-isntlerly ecsaybaueV u s
organized team on the floor for yes- League building. strdn hesto spd deri the stores go so far as to solicit
terday's game. Good formation Friday whichiis mos obviously dere, workers from universities. This,
plays had been worked out and :00 - Alpha Gamma S i g m a, lIt would seem that Miss Sargent she points out, shows that institu- We are cutting our
there was close guarding. Theta Phi League building.'wodh ss g tions of higher learning no longer
Alpha was not able to hold out Saturday works to produce the spirit behind iods o hgherlarnprgcesotolnenef
Alpa ws 0:0-SateBoad f A A U.W. a subject and through that the form produce only scholarly blue-stock-prcst beet
against the steady attack 10:00-State Board of A. A. U. W. a tan thoh a o ing and it also shows that depart-
-League building' rather than the other way round. mn trshvbem senfi eyOne
__________Laubulig. ment stores have become scientificevr
Among other recent exhibitions, undertakings in the last fifteen or
FORTY-SIX TEAMS Mih. was the display of Marion Hite's twenty yearsF r UWE ,
PL AY IN CONT EST 1gan e x water colors at the Dudensing gal- According to Mrs. Law, the manyTU
lPTMHe Hlr work labors under the opportunities for a woman in ade- only
Schoosinleries.dif Herlt or aknlaoryd ter bteopruiisfrawmni e H R
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have been organized into teams various arts and crafts, and gener- the Ferrargil Galleries a group of women; two of these are college
for the first time. This organiza- al cultural subjects drawings which have caught the graduates and one has risen to her
tion of league houses, dormitories Miss Elizabeth Loich, ,31says idiosyncrasies of t h e Hawaiian position from that of stock-girl af- " "
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been played off and the second
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schedule of games this week will
be the same as announced before
vacation. Teams winning 2 out of
3 games will be eligible for the final
round. The tournament will con-
tinue until the close of the semes-
ter.
There has been a seemingly in-
creasing interest in basketball for
women the past few years. The
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are in three court, but more free-
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