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SATURDAY, 3ANUARY 17, 1931

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SECOND OF IagA
PARTIES INCLUD
OUTDOORACTIVI
All Women Students Are Inv
to Skiing And Tobogganin
Event This Afternoon.
TO SERVE REFRESHME
Everyone Interested Will N
in Palmer Field. House
at Two O'clock.
Carrying out the outdoor pc
of the Women's Athletic asso
tion will be the skiing and to
ganing party to be held this af
noon, which will be the secondc
door event in a series.
All women students interestec
attending are invited to meet
group at the Womens' Ath
building at 2 o'clock, from wl
they will go to the Arboret
Later, they will return to
Athletic building for refreshme
In case the weather will
permit skiing and tobogganin
hike through the woods will
substituted, but regardless of
weather, some form of out
sport will be held, according
Miss Marie Hartwig, of the phys
education faculty for women.
Guests Asked to Bring Skiis
Skiis and toboggans may be b
rowed from W. A. A., but those'v
have them are requested to b
them along, as the supply is q
limited.
Fifteen new pairs of skiis andc
toboggan were recently purcha
by the department of physical e
cation for women, and will be u
this afternoon.
Arrangements for the party h
been made by Audrey Callan
'33Ed.outdoor chairman of W
A. The refreshments are in cha
of the W. A. A. social commit
which includes Jean Botsford,'
vice-president of W. A. A., Anr
Neberle, '33, Clara Grace Peck,
and Dorotfiea Waterman, '31.
Outdoor Series Being Planned
A series of outdoor parties
being planned by W. A. A., wh
will extend into the second sern
ter, and tentative plans are be
made for an outdoor club to
formed soon for those stude
especially interested in outd
sports. The new club will be orga
ized by Miss Callandar.
Members of the physical educ
tion department who will atte
the party this afternoon incl
Mrs. Dorothy Hall, faculty advi
for W. A. A., Miss Marie Hartw
and Miss Ruth Hassinger.

MISS TALLULAH BANKHEAD RETURNS
SEEKING FAME ON AMERICAN STAGE
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bo Tallulah Bankhead reunited with her parents, Representative Wil-I
ring liam B. Bankhead and Mrs. Bankhead, of Alabama, after her arrivalt
uite in New York from London. After a successful eight years on the LondonS
stage, Miss Bankhead will seek success in America on the stage andc
one in talking pictures.

G IR L OCU FR

ANCINE LARRIMORE TO APPEAR
AGAIN AS JE ANNE E AGEL'S GHOST
Play Character Designed
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DEBATING SOCIETY
ANNOUNCES DANCE

YL! B F,.; V1 3 1 for Well-Known /Actress
Before Her Death.
Proceeds Will Meet Traveling
xpenses While on Tour NEW Y , Jan. 1.---For the,
Around State. second time in her career, Francine
Larrimore is "ghost player" for they
In ordler to meet the traveling ex- late Jeanne Eagels.
penses of their tours, the University n Miss Eagels' famous temn-
Girls' Glee crab is planning a bridge peramnc thr st 11er out of the
party. The date set for thefunt- leading role of "Chicago" and gave
tion is February 28. The ballroom of it to Miss Larrimore. Now, in "Storm
the Women's League building is re-I>on,, " the latter is playing the
served for that afternoon and all Par for which Miss Eagels was
the women on t campus are cor h h i.
dily invited. It is hoped that the n WHI u ine died.
guests will take it upon themselves WarncMturine C i s wrte
to arane teirown rous o tacaricature of Chicago, she created
is. The charge per person is ft the part of Roxie Hart, an auburn-
t the amount of twenty-fivens haired murderess, especially for
cents. Miss Eagels. And she did rehearse
Extensive plans to cover all the that role, but temerament inter-
arrangements of the affair are al- fered and Miss Larrimore rushed in
ready being made by those in at the last moment to capture th - - -
charge. A committee has been ap- gtthat worne o tenenn
pointed to secure these arrange- Eagels' each other very much, both having
ments. Helen De Witt, '33, who acts 'r golden-red hair and that fiery tem-
as chairman of the committee, has Then, two years, later, Sidney gle-e aradta ir en
asked the following women to as -Buchman came forth with "Storm perament which made them re-
sist her: Vincelle Bartlett, '33,tJanet Song." No one except Jeanne semble young volcanoes in action.
Allen, '33, Betty Eaglesfield, '33, and Eagels, it was thought, could play Miss Larrimore is the daughter;
Ruth Marshall, '31. the ship captain's wayward daugh- of Jacob Adler, well-known actor.
Among the trips planned for ter, who roamed with sailors on
which this drive for funds is being freighters plying the South Seas.
instigated will be the concert in At the time Miss Eagels was ban-
Jackson which is scheduled for the ned from the stage for a year, and
early part of the coming semester. a producer paid royalties on the
Following this a concert for the play to hold it until the day when
Convention of the Deans of Women she would be allowed to act again.
which gathers in February is sched- The year was up and rehearsals
uled as a part of the entertainment. were ready to begin when, one
In connection with the Women's morning, the girl whose Sadie
League party which took place yes- Thompson must be remembered as
terday afternoon the Glee Club one of the theatre's most cherished
sang. Their program was constitut- performances, died.
ed of college songs and was given FSo Francine Larrimore was sum- i

First
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Formal of Zeta Phi Eta
be Held Next Saturday
Night, January 24.

Zeta Phi Eta, honorary debating
society which was known on this
campus in former years as Portia,
will hold their first formal dance
Saturday night, January 24. The
Alumnae room of the Women's
League building has been chosen
for the dance.
The social committee has secured
Bob Carson and his orchestra to
play for the affair, which, it is hop-
ed, will become a traditional annual
dance. Tickets can be secured from
any member of the society, or from
Francis Johnson, '33, who is in
charge of the ticket sale.
Patronesses of the society, faculty
members and other patronesses
who will be guests at the dance will
be announced later by the commit-
tee in charge along with the final
plans for the dance.
YHOLE WORLD
ENVIES
THEY wear the latest clothes
with suchastunning effects. For
every woman within this charmed
circle there are thousands diet-
ing to achieve such a figure.

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during the course of the afternoon moned again to go on for Jeanne
as the main feature of entertain- Eagels.
ment for the guests of the occasion. The two actresses did resemble

A.A.U.W. TO HEAR
NOTED ECONOMIST'
John B. Condliffe Will Speak
on World Problems Today
at League Building.

Ma rthai Cook Holds

piranural
NEWS
Results of Friday's Games.
Martha Cook 23, League XI 12.
Phi Sigma Sigma 24, Alpha
Omicron Pi 10.
League V 20, League 1 16.
The last games of the second
round of the basketball tournament
were played off yesterday. Those
teams which won their games last
week will enter the elimination ser-
ies beginning next week.

Dr. John B. Condliffe, visiting
professor in economics from New
Zealand, will address the members
of the American Association of Uni-
versity Women at 3 o'clock this af-
ternoon in the ballroom of the
League buildig.
Dr. Condliff'e's speech will be onj
"Scientific methods in Internation-
al Problems." He has had great ex-
perience with International and
economic problems and has pub-.
lished several books on New Zea-
land and her national growth.
Membership cards will be requir-
ed for admission to the speech, Mrs.'
Louis Karpinski, president of the
loca- A. A. U. W. has announced;
they can be received upon payment
of yearly dues, either through the.
mail or at the door.
Mummers Makes Plans
for Ensuing Semetser
Ethel Barrymore in her show
"Scarlet Sister Mary" was the topic
of discussion at the meeting ofa
Mummers, honorary dramatic so-
ciety, which was held Thursday
afternoon in the Cave of the 'League
building. The discussion was led by
Mildred Todd, '32.
During the business meeting
Frances Buten, '31, was elected
vice-president in place of Elinor
Walkinshaw, '32.

Mid-WinterForl MANY SORORITY HOUSES ENTERTAIN
THIS WEEK AT TEAS AND DINNERS
Dance at Dormitory-- --------- -,
Rushing Parties Provide Variety a formal faculty dinner last Tues-
Decked in an elaborate array of for Usual Social Program day. The guests were Mr. Robert
silver and black the Martha Cook as Semester End . C. Angell and Mrs. Angell, Miss
dormitory celebrated its a n n u a 1- Adelaide Adams, Miss Helen Bates.
winter formal last night. In line Faculty dinners still prove a pop- Mr. Herbert S. Mekeel, Mr. Bruce
with the general theme of decora- ular form of entertainment at the M. Donaldson, Mr. Earl Warner, and
tion the figure of a skating girl sorority houses on the campus as Mr. Jean E. Ehrhard.
dressed in silver was at either end the week progresses, but occasional Alpha Gamma Delta gave a rush-
of the B'-L,-oom where the dancing teas and rushing parties lend vari- in dinner in honor of five guests
was held. Supper was served dur- ety to the social program. on Thursday night. Yellow roses
ing the intermission at 11 o'clock. Pi Beta Phi honored the following and tapers of the same shade were
Those who received the guests were members of the faculty at a formal 1 used as decorations.
Ella Crile, '31, the social chairman dinner last Wednesday night: Mr. Zeta Tau Alpha entertained
and vice president of the house, Earnest G. Hildner and Mrs. Hild- guests of the chapter members at
Miss Margaret Smith, social direc- ner; Prof. Charles A. Knudson, jr., dinner Thursday night.
tor of the house, Miss Alta Bernice Mr. Burton D. Thuma and Mrs.
Atkinson, house director, and Kath- Thuma, and Mr. Jean E. Ehrhard. MACALESTER C O L L E G E-A
ryn Zoern, '31, house president. Sorority Entertains Governor. model assembly, reproducing the
In honor of the residents of Adel- Alpha Phi gave a tea on Tuesday League of Nations organization, will
ia Cheever house and Pamela cot- afternoon in honor of Mrs. Laura be held here February 6 and 7.
tage, the Alumnae Residence served Kimball, their District Governor, ---
tea from 5:00 to X6:30 o'clock last who has been a guest at the Alpha TYPEWRITER
Sunday afternoon. The seniors as- Phi house during the early part of REPAIRING
sisted at pouring. the week. The tea-table was set be- All makes of machines.
fore an open fire in the drawing- Our equipment and per-
League Theatre Groue room, and bowls of yellow roses and s o n n e I are considered
to Present Play Today tall tapers decorated the room. The I among the best in the State. The result
Ann Arbor alumnae of Alpha Phi of twenty years' careful building.
Members of the League Theatre were guests at the tea. D M RR L
groi;, will present "The Birthday Faculty ionored at Dinner. 0 D
of the Infanta" adapted from a Collegiate Sorosis entertained at 314 South State St. Phone 6615
fairy tale to a play by Stuart Wal-
ker, at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon II

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in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
This will be preceeded by a dance
in pantomine by the members of
the advanced physical education
classes and is intended for the en-
tertainment of the Ann Arbor chil-
dren, and others interested in chil-
dren's dramatics and literature.

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Sunday, 4:15, Jan. 25-Mendelssohn Theatre
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO
Wassily Besekirsky-Hanns Pick-Joseph Brinkman
Violin Violoncello Piano
No Admission Charge
Tuesday, 8:15, Jan. 27-Hill Auditorium
American Violinist
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Monday, 8:15, Feb. 2-Hill Auditorium
PAUL RO kBESO)0~hN
Negro Baritone
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Tuesday, 8:15, Feb. 10-Hill Auditorium
S ER GEI R ACHnM ANI N0%vrF
Russian Pianist
In Choral Union Series

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