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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lllRGIL' PL
MAHUSRIPTS REl B
To Annunce Committee Mem..-
bers Tuesday; Committee,
Named in Full.
TIME OF MEETING SET
Activity Points Will Be Given
to All Women Who Handed
in Manuscripts
To read the manuscripts which
lave been submitted, eight in num-
b,.er, the central committee of the
1932 Junior Girls' Play held a meet-
ing at 7 o'clock last night in the
League builcing - and will meet
S again tonight.
An announcement of committej
nembers will be made by the chair~
men next Tuesday. The names will
be decided upon at the next egu-
_ ar meeting which is next Monday
at 4 o'clock.
Members of the central commit-
tee are Jean Botsford, general
chairman; Margaret O'Brien, assist-
ant chairman;. Barbara B r a u n
chairman of finance; Katherine]
Barnard, chairman of properties;
Katherine Heeson, chairman of pro-
grams; Jane Fecheimer, chairman
of publicity; Elsie Feldman, Daily
assistant; Evelyn Neilson, chair-
man of costumes; Margret Scher-
mak, chairman of tap dancing;
Margaret Smith, chairman of kick
dancing; Vincelle Bartlett, chair-
man of music; Aileen Clark, chair-
man of ushers; and Virginia Tay-
tor, chairman of make-up.
Three activity points will be giv-
en to all women who handle the
plays and four points to the woman
whose play has been chosen. The
central committee will give the first
.decision. Alice M. Lloyd, dean of
women, and a director will give the
final decision. The director for the
play has not as yet been- chosen
but the consideration of a director
has been' occupying most of the
committee's time. There are sev-
eral prospects in view, but as yet
=no definite 'decision has been made.
The choice will be made at an early
date or until the selection of a di-
recto no definite work can be ac-
,COmiplised.
Org aizaions
Plans have been made by the
Faculty Women's Club to hold an
ppening reception for the new
members at 3:00 o'clock October
20, in he :League building. ,
Phi Lambda Theta held their first
meeting at 4:15 Tuesday in the
League building. The regular busi-
ness meeting was held and plans
,were made for a meeting in the
near future.
Last night the first .regular
meeting of Theta Sigma Phi, Na-
.tional Journalistic Society, was held
at 8:15 o'clock in the League build-
ing. Due to the fact that import-
ant elections had to be made the
majority of ,the members were '
present.
pean.Levy, '32, resigne her of-
fine as president of societ . No new
president was elected as there were
not enough members present at
the meeting.

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LAURET T A+
FAMOUS

GOSS
ARTIST

Tea to Be Held in Grand Rapids
Room of League Building.
This Afternoon.
This afternoon the University
Girls' Glee Club is giving a tea in'
honor of its new members in the
Grand Rapids room of the League{
building. The committee in charge,
of all arrangements for the affair'
includes Burnette Bradley, '32,1
chairman; Lucille Lough, '32, and
Erie Mary Weber, '32.'
The tea is the club's first get-to-
gether of the year. Forty-one new
members, who were selected dur-
ing the tryout period last week, are I
expected to attend. There are ap-
proximately the same number of
old members.
Al former members intending to
remain active in the Glee Club this
year areturged to be presento that
a 'definite check-up of enrollment
may be made and also so that a
time for weekly rehearsals may be
arranged.
Miss Nora C, Hunt, director of
the club, and the officers of the
organization will act as hostesses
at the affair. , '
Tenni s Pla yers to Start"
Competition This Week
Tennis matches for the fall
tournament will begin this week.
A list of the women entered as op-
ponents will be, posted, today at
Palmer Field house. The, first :ound
should be played off by the end of
the week.
Women enrolled in classes be-
gan their matches this week. The
winners from the. classes will com-
pete with those who are enrolled.
Jean Porter, '34, and Miss Ruth
H1assinger, instructor in physical
education are in charge of the
tournament which"is under the aus-
pices of the Women's Athletic as-
sociation.,
Velvet is something new in rain-
coats. Velvet in sapphire blue and
rich brown shades, which turn the
water just as well as rubber.

Handicap Tournament Will Give
Opportunity to Beginners
and Experts Alike.
The intramural archery t:urna-z
ment this fall is to be handled ini
a little different manner than those
of previou3s years. In order to givel
everyone a chance, beginners and
advanced archers a-like, it is to be°
a handicap tournament.
In order to determine that hand-
icap, each woman must hand in
three preliminary scores. All those
cent esting in t h e tournament
should sign up as soon as possible
on the archery poster at Palmer
Field house.
One may shoot during any of the i
archery classes, which arc ofered
at ten and eleven o'clock in the
morning, and at two and three in
the afternoon, on Monday, Tues-'
day, Thursday, and Friday. How-
ever, if participants do not wish
instruction, they may shoot be-
tween four and five o'clock any af-
ternoon.
Each woman is to keep her own
score, and she is to hand it in to
the matron at Palmer Field House..
She must shoot twenty-four arrows
at a distance of thirty v= ':ds, each
time, as well as, twenty-four ar-
rows at a distance of forty yards.
After these preliminary trials,
handicaps will be determined, and
posted after the contestant's name
on the bulletin board in the Field.
House. The trials should be com-
poeted by Friday, October 23.
.Every woman who participates
in this tournament, whether, she
places in the final tournament, or
not, helps to earn activity points
for her organization.
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V E LVK:T IS ST ILL
LEADING FASHION
Formn d /fterndon Gowns May
Be Greatly Enhanced by
Clever Accessories.
By B. A. C.
We started out the other day in
search of a formal afternoon dress,
and we foundhone that satisfied all
our dearest hoNpes. Yes, it was vel-
vet, a deep, rich, brown, transpar-
ent velvet, which changed in varied
lights from a soft golden brown to
.a rich almost black-brown shade.
And velvets do have such a grace-
ful, well-groomed appearance. "
The yoke of the dress is compos-
ed entirely of a deep ecru lace
which extends almost to the waist-
line in the back, and mid-way to
the waist in front, then joining the
soft velvet of the dress. This yoke
extends over the shoulders, and
halfway to the elbows, forming a
Eugenie puffed sleeve effect. The
velvet sleeves fit snuggly from the1
elbow to-the wrist, wlhere they ter-
minate in pointed, turn-over cuffs.
The high waistline effect is given
by the narrow velvet belt which
is fastened with a small, rhine-
stone buckle. The full skirt hangs
in clinging folds from the waist,
and barely clears the floor.
The only ornament on the dress
is that small buckle on the belt.
However, we must not neglect to
mention the square neck-line
which is a most effective trimming.
And, of course, everyone knows
I that square necklines are "the
thing" in necxwear this season.
This dress could be used to good
advantage as an informal evening
dress, or one of the popular, so-
called Sunday night dresses. Hav-
ing found the dress, of course, the
next logical step was shoes.
We found the best looking pair
of brown suede pumps. Just every-

thing in shoe fashions this fall is
suede. Then to complete the alto-
gether charming effect, all that
was needed was a pair of these
new, clamp-on buckles. These were
of the same shade of ccru as the
dress yoke, and were of carved
ivory.
Then our next purchase was a
pair of short, brown suede gloves,
which owed their jaunty appear-
ance to the presence of wide Span-
ish-type cuffs.
And then we found a bag, a chic,
little one of transparent velvet, too
It had a gold top, and just below
it, was a band of rhinestone bril-
liants which just exactly matched:
to buckle on the dress.
Then, we purchased a pair, of
gold, filigree-work carings. They
were cxtremely long, hanging al-
most to the shoulder. And last, but.
not least, an old-fashioned gold.
bracelet. With that we hurried
home, fearful of finding more non-
resistable accessories, but well sat-
isfied with our afternoon's work.
As automobiles are forbidden on
the campus at Smith, the college
girls have gone in for bicycles.
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Marie Laurncin Is Recogn
as Most Decorative of
Living Painters.
"It must be gratifying for a
man while still in her fortie
find herself everywhere recogr
as the most decorative of li
painters" is the opinion of a w
for Vanity Fair concerning V
Laurencin. Her conception
method are purely her own. Z
are derived from no other pair
no other school or time. Her
ette .orchestrated very simply
grays, blues, blacks, and ros
admirably adapted to portra
the ladies she paints.
Her latest painting is "The Yo
Lady In Pink" portraying a yo
woman with striking black
and' light brown hair which is
most entirely covered by a-
pink bow.

Associated Press Photo"
Dancing in one of Broadway's.
newest hits is only a part time job
for Lauretta Gosh, She- is one of
New York's best known commer-
cial artists and is especially famed
for her pastel portraits.
,The following teams will play
this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock inl
the opening game of the hockey
tournament at Palmer F i e i d
House: Helen Newberry against
Mosher Hall, Alpha Epsilon Phi
against Jordan Hall, and Alpha
Omicron Pi againist Zeta Tau
Alpha. At 4:50 o'clock Chi Ome-
ga will play Alpha Xi Delta, D'el-
ta Zeta will play Pi Beta Phi,
and Kappa Kappa Gamma will.
play Alptha Phi.;

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