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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1931,

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LEAGUE ANNOUNCES
FOURTH TEA DANCE
TO EHL TODAY

'JOHN D.' GREETS
FAMOUS SOPRANO

University Girls' Glee

Club

to Present Program of
Michigan Songs.r
TEA WILL BE INFORMAL
Sororities and Independentsj
Will Attend Affair
in Groups.
All women students and faculty.
members are invited to attend the
fourth of the series of League
parties to be given from 4 to 6z
o'clock this afternoon in the ball-
room of the League. The affair is
being sponsored by League group
2, which is composed of Howser
house, Carney house, Vogt house,,-{
Stowe house, and Lash house, and
is under the general supervision of
Helen Townsend, '32Ed.
Will Feature Bridge, Dancing.
As a feature of the entertain-
ment, the University Girls' Glee
Club will offer a program of Mich-
igan songs. There will also be
bridge, and dancing to the music {
of Bob Carson's orchestra.
Tea will be served, and Mrs.
Frances Thorpe has beenaasked to 1 NrS
pour. She will be assisted by Miss Amelita Galli-Curci,
Hazel Losch, Miss Editha Barthel, Who recently visited the estate of
and Miss Marion Williams. John D. Rockefeller in Ormond
Sororities and independent wo-Beach, Fla., where she is photo-
men are urged to attend in groups- graphed. Mr. Rockefeller presented
in oreto srgecur aslrgen n a' his guest with a picture of himself,
in order to secure as large an at-
tendence as possible. The affair a bouquet of sweet peas - and a,
offers an crpportunity for forma- dime.
tion of acquaintances, because of
the general spirit of informality I
which prevails. r
Fourth In Semester Series.nt a
The first of the series of parties
was given by the League Friday, N EW S
Nov. ', for the incoming women * *
and their advisors. The second was
the first affair to be sponsored by
a group of League houses, and was Schedule of Games Today.
held Friday, Nova mber 21. The 4 o'clock-Martha Cook vs. Lea gue
third, given Friday, December 12, 6.
was featured by acts from the 5 o'clock-Alpha Omicron Pi vs.
Sophomore Cabaret, and Mrs. Alex- Phi Sigma Sigma; League 5 vs
ander G. Rutlhven was the guest of League 1.
honor.

THI EAT GROUP
WILLG1IEPgLi
Children of Ann Arbor to be
Guests at Play in League
on Saturday.
"The Birthday of the Infanta,"
which has been adapted from the
fairy tale to a play by Stuart Walk-
er, will be presented by the mem-
bers of the League Theatre group
at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre l
for the entertainment of the chil-
dren of Ann Arbcr.
Preceeding the play, which has
been selected by the group as its
second production, advance stu-
dents in physical education will
give a fantastic pantomime, "The
Shepherd in the Distance." The
characters in the pantomime in-
clude a princess, a shepherd, and a
dancing goat which performs queer
antics. This will be offered in the
modern method with percussion in-
struments and not with music.
The adventures of a d w a r f
brought from his forest home to a
seventeenth century court to dance
before the Infanta of Spain on her
birthday is the plot of the play.
The leading parts will be taken by
Jean Winslow, '33, Evelyn Sh.arff,
'31, Blossom Bacon, '31, and Hadie
Supe, '32.
The program as it has been plan-
ned is designed to appeal to chil-
dren in the sixth grade through
junior high school. Although it will
be of particular interest to those
who are planning to teach or are
teaching children's dramatics or lit-
erature.
There will be no reserved seats
for this matinee performance and
tickets may be purchased at the
same prices as the first play shortly
before the production in the League
Theatre box office.
WANT ADS PAY!

WOMEN OSE FEATURED DANCER TO ASSIST TED.A.A. TO SPONSOR
SHAWN IN PERFORMANCE TOMORROW PARTY SATURDAY
Erncstine Day Will Give Novel usual Oriental dances, some of Skiing and Tobogganing Will be
Dances Learned While which she will do here. Two sea- Features of Sports Aflair.
in Orient. sons ogo when WaLter Hampden
All Health Certificates Must -- prcduced "The Light oiAsia" in New 1 Skiing and tobaggoning will be
be Mailed Immecdiat y Ernestine Day, featured member York, Miss Day led ti 'e ast Indian the principal features at an out-
of the company of Denishawn Dan- ballet created and directed by Ruth door party to be sponsored by the
to Jane Inch. rs, who will assist Ted Shaw i st. Denis. At intervals she has been Women's Athletic Association Sat-
tcrs heprormllacet eTedSan hrin e o ol okii oinurday afternoon, Jan. 17. Every wo-
Women who have been chosen to the performance to be given here 1 e produc n the most ,ot- man student interested in outdoor
take part in the 1931 Junior Girls' tomorrow night in Hill auditoriuni'able of which was Ziegfield's sports is invited to meet at 2 o'clock
Play have been notified, by the as- has been connected with the Deni- "Glorifying the American Girl," at the Women's Athletic building.
sistant chairman, Jane Inch, who shawn group for seven years. This staged by Ted Shawn. Last sea- The group will return to the Ath-
was in charge of tryouts. Ten of period includes a most interesting ;sonshe was featured in a tour of ud in arter r the
Deni a chains of vaudeville houses. Now: outdoor party ref reshments. Those
these women, however, have not season in 1925-2u when the Deni~ she returns to partner Shawn and who have skiis and tobaggans are
turned in their health certificates, hawns spent 18 months on a tour in addition to several solos, will join asked to bring them. They may be
and are requested by Miss Inch to in the Orient. him in a group of duets. borrow from W. A. A. by those who
That experience enabled Mis _ _ _have none.
do so immediately. Day to learn at first hand some un- iSWATHMORE COLLEGE - The This event is one of a series of
They are Ada Allman, Jean An- college barber recently offered the outdoor parties to be sponsored by
derson, Cathleen Blum, Beatrice Residents of Martha members of the soccer team free W. A. A. this year. The hike to the
Culver, Caroline Cook, Hilda East- . haircuts if they defeated an im- forestry cabin and back which was
cott, Beatrice Ehrlich, Dorothy Ma- I Cook Entertain White portant rival, held in the early fall was the first.
gee, Mary Rich, and Catherine Rob- Dr. Leslie A. White, assistant pro ----- -------

inson. Th'e certifncates should be '
mailed to Miss Inch at 1830 Hill
Street.
At 4 o'clock Monday, January 119,
a meeting of the women who were
asked to try out for cast parts will
be held in the committee room at
the League building. Anyone who.
was called to second tryouts but
who was unable to get there will be
permitted to try out at this time,
also.
Choruses have already been se-
lected and will meet at least once
before final exams. The times for l
the meetings of the various chorus-
es will be announced later in the
Daily. More than 85 women will
take part in this year's production.
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fessor of anthropology, who has re-
cently entered this department, dis-
cussed informally last night ques-
tions concerning Russia with the
residents of the Maruna Cook build-
ing. Dr. White was a guest of the
residents at dinner.
Formerly an instructor at the
University of Buffalo, Dr. White
came to Michigan well-known for
his work on ceremonials of Indians
of the Southwest. D u r i n g the
Christmas vacation, Dr. White at-
tended a convention of anthropolo-
gists in Cleveland and read a paper
on Russia which was widely noticed
in newspapers all over the country.
He was in Russia a year ago.

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Discussion of Play
Will Feature Next
Meeting of. Athena
"Green Pastures," Pulitzer Prize
Play for 1930, written by Mark Con-
nely, will be the subject of discus-
sion at the next meeting of Athena
literary society on January 20 in
the League building. Announce-)
ment to this effect was made Tues-
day night by Madelon Andrus, '31,
vice-president and chairman of the
program committee.
Features of the next meeting will
also be a spread and dancing in the
cave of the League building, and
election of officers for next semes-
ter.
Floyd Riley, instructor in the De-
partment of Speech, entertained
members of the society Tuesday
night with his views on Education.
He quoted authorities on education
from Aristotle to famous contemp-
oraries in the field, bearing out
these theories with interesting side-
lights from his personal training
and experiences. He stressed the
fact that "book-learning" should
not be allowed to have too much
attention in training an individual
for life.

Resuits of Wednesuay Night Gamnes.
Alha Epsilon Jotla 15, Martha
Cooh 7.
Couzen's Hail 26, Mosher hall .
Rcstilts of Thursday's Games.
Jordan hall 21, Mosher Hall 1.
League VII 27, League V 16.
Alpha Omicron Pi I, Delta Zeta 6.
Sigma Kappa J, phi Sigma Sig-
ma 11.
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