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SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

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IAIAUA. IIVILL VOID FIRST LADY OF LAND

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III ij AT LUNCHEON BY
FIRST OPEN HOUSE.
THURSDgYi A

ENTERTAINED
SENATORS' WIVES

TRYOUTS FOR CAST'
OF PLAY WILL BE
JUDGED TOMORROW'
Choruses to Begin Rehearsals
in League Committee
Room Tuesday.
ROLL CALL TO BE TAKEN

Bowling Tournament and Rifle
Exhibition to be Main
Attractions.
ALL STUDENTS INVITED
Intramural Bowling Tournament
Will be Continued Until
Tuesday Night.
Open house will be held by the
Women's Athletic Association for
the first time this year from 7 to 9
o'clock Thursday night, Jan. 22, in
the Women's Athletic building, and
all women students are cordially in-
vited by the organization to attend.
The class bowling tournament
and a rifle exhibition will be the
main attractions of the evening,
and refreshments will be served.
Jean Perrin, '32, bowling chair-1
man of W. A. A. is making arrange-
ments for the event. Adria Parks,
'33, is in charge of the rifle exhibi-
tion. Members of the executive
board of W. A. A. will act as host-
esses.
Invitations Have Been Issued.
Approximately 40 invitations haveI
been sent to faculty members,
members of the League board, and
chairman of League houses. Those
who are to participate in the tour-
nament may ask any number of
additional guests.
Eight students will take part in
the rifle exhibition, and will shoot
in groups of four. Marjorie Ells-
worth, '32, Celine Smith, '32, Violet
Canberg, '32, Eleanor Kimball, '32L,
Maxine Fisphgrund, '33, Loraine
Larson, '32, Phoebe Mitchell, Grad.,
and Betty Cady, '34, are the stu-
dents who will shoot.
Tournament To End Tuesday.
The intramural bowling tourna-
ment will end Tuesday night, Jan.
20, instead of last night, as was pre-
viously announced. On Wednesday,
Jan. 21, the two or three students
having the highest scores will be
selected from each class to form the
class team, and the interclass tour-
nament will be played off Thursday
night.
W. A. A. Board To Be Hostesses.
Members of the W. A. A. executive
board who will act aq hostesses are
Helen Domine, '31, president; Jean
Botsford, '32, vice-president; Mar-
garet Eamon, '31, secretary, Dorothy
Ellsworth, '31, treasurer; Elizabeth
Whitney, '31, Elizabeth Loudon, '32,
Marion Heald, '33, Jean Bently,
'33Ed., Marion Gimmy, '32, Frances
Beuthin, '32, Constance Giefel, '33,
Marjorie Hunt, '32, Miriam Carey,
'32, Helen Moore, '32, Agnes Gra-
ham, '32, Jean Perrin, '32, Audrey
Callandar, '33Ed., Adria Parks, '33,
and Esther LaRowe, '32.
SORORITY EVENTS
MARK PAST WEEK1

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Chairmen of
Will bei
Five

Dance Cc
in Charge
Choruses.

mmittee
of

COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION EXHIBIT T T TT
INCLUDES WORK OF SEVERAL WOMEN JI|ULIIIJ|I1III
Lucille Douglas Offers Unusual entered here are entirely different
Etching Entitled eYoung in their manipulation of the shade
Sea Pines'. and light. In one entitled Evening,
the artist almost pulls her figures Prof. Paul Douglas of Chicago
By Cile Miller. I out of the heavy background as if University Calls College
Among the artists who are exhi- she were carving the shadows into Conference in Detroit.
biting prints under the sponsor- forms. In the other contribution,
ship of the College Art association entitled, Cats at Window, the figures To discuss the problem of unem-
in the North and South gallery of have the appearance of being ployment among students, four
Alumnae Memorial hall, several affixed to the white background, al-
women have submitted works of most as if they had been cut out women are attending the Student
commendable worth. In considering and pasted on. Unemployment Conference which is
the entire exhibit which is on the In her one contribution, Interior, being held in Detroit January 16,
whole of an excellent caliber the Victoria Hurson has molded her 17, and 18. This meeting will be
work of these women artists would light effects into a starchiness
perhaps not stand out as the most which admirably catches the stiff- under the direction of Professor
striking offerings of the show. How- ness of the colonial home. She at- Paul H. Douglas of Chicago Univer-
ever, Lucille Douglass who exhibits tains a good sense of the third sity. The women who are attend-
an etching entitled Young Sea dimension. ing are Ruth Unsworth, '33, Eliza-
Pines, has contributed a piece of Anne Goldthwaite offers a Christ- beth Norton, '33, Albertina Maslen,
work that can stand on its own in mas type of thing in the etching '33, and Folly Place.
the total sum of the showing. entitled, Polo, Mabel Dwight and A varied program has been plan-
In this etching the artist has Pamela Bianco, the last of the ned for the conference. Friday eve-
achieved a bold composition made group of women exhibitors offer ning Mayor Frank Murphy will ad-
up almost entirely by the sheer prints which although fair in their dress the group. A sight-seeing visit
verticals of the lithe pines which is execution show no great individ- will be conducted Saturday after-
emphasized by the one horizontal uality. noon by Professor Douglas to such
of the sky line. The uplift of these points in Detroit as the Unemploy-
slim verticals creates a sense of OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-A ment Bureau and the Public Wel-
striving and reaching out as if the recent debate between the univer- fare headquarters. On Saturday
small pines were trying to attain sity and the Cincinnati university evening and Sunday P r o f e s s or
a greater height. Lucile Douglass forensic squad was broadcast by Douglas will lead a discussion on
also exhibits a print entitled Bud- station WLW. unemployment in general.

Assocated Press PhotaJ
Mrs. Herbert Hoover (center) was the guest at a capital luncheon
given by the wives of senators. On the left is Mrs. David A. Reed, of
Pennsylvania, and on the right is Mrs. Hiram Bingham, of Connecticut.
Abundance of Vitality a Necessity to
Women Entering Medicine', Says Dr. Bell

Long

Hours and Much Work
Make Physical Vigor
Necessary.

"If a woman desires to enter the
medical profession," said Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, "she should have above
all else an abundance of vitality as1
this is a strenuous course requiring
long hours and much hard work."E
In the army all men were dividedI
into three groups; those who had
to be carried back to the base hos-
pital from the field and were a lia-
bility to the government; those who
were just barely able to make it
back by themselves, and those who
would come running back ready toj
go out again.
This same classification hold true
Pegasus Club to Hold
Extra Meeting Tuesday
Pegasus riding club will hold an
extra meeting at 5 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, Jan. 2J, in the Women's
Athletic Association office on the
main floor of the League building,
according to an announcement by
Ruth Babbitt, '313, president of the
organization.
All members are asked to attend,
as the prints for the Michigan-
ensian picture will be decided upon.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-
The Illinois Athletic association is
building an artificial skating rink
for the use of Illinois students.
Costing approximately $300,000, the
buiding will accommodate 500 ska-1
ters and 2,409 spectators. The build-
ing will be open the entire school
year.

in other forms of life and the ones
who succeed in medicine belong to
the last class as they can come in
at the end of the day ready tol
spend the evening studying further!
into the subject.
Generally it is physical vigor over
other qualities which makes great
men arid women in any profession
and this is particularly so of medi-
cine. It is probably due to this that
there are more great men than
great women in this field.
There are three other qualities
which a woman must have if she
would succeed as a doctor. One is
a financial backing which will be
certain enough to relieve her of any
worries. The others are adequate
intelligence, personality and char-
acter.
If a woman has these traits, there
is no reason at all why she should
not enter medicine and become a
great su-ccss in it.

Choice of a cast for the 19311
Junior Girls' Play will take place
after the tryouts for parts, which
will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrowl
in the committee room at the
League building. All women who
are to attend these tryouts werel
notified last week.I
Choruses will begin meeting this
week, also, starting with the mem-
bers of Chorus A at 4 o'clock Tues-
day, in the committee room at the
meet at 5 o'clock Tuesday in the
League building. Chorus B. will
same place.I
The members of Choruses C and
D will meet at 4 and 5 o'clock, re-
spectively, on Wednesday in the
committee room at the League
building. Chorus E will meet at 4
o'clock Thursday in a pace which
will be announced later.
The three chairmen of the dance
committee, Lynne Adams, ballet,
Winifred Root, critic, and Lois
Sandler, tap dancing, will be in
charge of these greoups. The assis-
tant chairman's comrnittce, under
Jane Inch, is responsible for taking
attendance, since members of the
cast and chorus are expected to
attend every rehearsal, unless they
have some valid excuse for not be-
ing present.
OHIO S T A T E UNIVERSITY-
Longer liberty hours are being
sought by the student senate here,
following an investigation commit-
tee.

ha's Tower Leans On Emptiness,
but the title in its picturesque
language is more of a creation than
the picture itself. For here the
artist uses a shoddy amalgamation
of conventionalism.
Peggy Bacon a Connecticut artist
who also has contributed several
pieces demands attention more for
story-telling lines than for her
mastery of composition. As an illus-
trator she is excellent for her every
line is expressive of a human atti-
tude. Never is her work sheer beauty
of line, for her curves and the like
always demand a qualifying adjec-
tive. They are disdainful, churlish,
or mocking.
As an example of what Wanda
Gag can do in this field of etching
the prints chosen for this exhibit,
only two in number, are confusing.
Either the artist is versatile in the
mastery of her medium of expres-
sion or else her style of approach is
not yet fixed. For the two pieces

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Initiations
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and Banquets Placed
of Social Functions.

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Entertainment of varied types has
occupied the social calendar of the
campus sororities during the past
week. Formal initiation ceremonies
and banquet marked the high-point
of activities at one house, while oth-
ers have been busy receiving out of
town guests and sponsoring parties.
Gamma" Phi Beta is holding its
formal initiation this afternoon for
five women, and a banquet tonight
in their honor. Those being initi-
ated are Elizabeth Dusseau, '33,
Monroe; Esther Emery, '32, Grand
Rapids, Helen Finnegan, '32, Mar-
quette, Elizabeth Hert, '32, Roches-
ter, N. Y., and Miriam White, '32,
Detroit. Pink sweet peas and
matching tapers will decorate thel
tables for the initiation banquet.
Sigma Kappa gave a formal dance
Friday night at the Women's Ath-
letic building. Chaperones for the
affair were Mrs. J. M. Holt, Mr. and
Mrs. Carter Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis I. Hopkins, and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Drury.
Merrick Heirloom
HANDMADE CHINESE
RUGS
New Shipment
ARRIVED TODAY
DIRECT FROM CHINA
Due to the continued low price
of Chinese money I am able to
price these rugs lower than I was
able to price them way back in
1924 when Chinese rugs were at
their cheapest.

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

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Fitted slips that are made
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with the care and pre-
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Tickets: $1.00,

Union Series
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50

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Monday, 8:15, Feb. 2-Hill Auditorium
PAUL ROBESON
Negro Baritone
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Tuesday, 8:15, Feb. 10-Hill Auditorium
SERGEl ACHANINOFF
Russian Pianist
In Choral Union Series
Tickets: $1.00, $1.50. $2.00, $2.50

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