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October 30, 1931 - Image 5

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Miss Harriet Brazier Chosen Director of 1932 Junior Gir4

s' Play

Miss Brazier Has Six Years
Experience in Dramatics
and Dancing.
Manuscripts Will Be Decided on
Monday by Members of
Central Committee.
Miss Harriet Brazier was chosen
as director of the 1932 Junior Girls'I
Play yesterday at a luncheon meet-
ing of the central committee.
Miss Brazier who is from Balti-
more, Maryland, will come to Ann
Arbor immediately after Christmas.
vacation in time for the first try-
outs. She is a graduate of Goucher'
College and has had six years ex-l
perience as a director of dramatics.
She is now teaching dancing and
dramatics at Greenwood School in
Euxton, Maryland and also at thel
Watertown High School. Miss Bra-
zier has also studied dancing for
two years abroad.
Amy Loomis Was Director.
For the last few years Amy
Loomis has been the director of the
Junior production and before that
Minna Miller Smith and Phyllis
Loughton. This is the first time
that a director has been chosen
who is not affiliated with campus
Manuscripts for the play have
been read by the central commit-
tee, O. J. Campbell, of the English
department and Dean Alice Lloyd,
and a decision will be made next
Monday night at a meeting of the
central committee. Lists of com-
mittee members will be announced
early next week.
Members of Committee.
Members of the central commit-
tee are Jean Botsford, general
chairman; Margaret O'Brien, as-
sistant chairman; Barbara Braun,
chairman of finance, Katherine
Barnard, chairman of properties;
Catherine Heeson, chairman of pro-
gram, Jane Fecheimer, chairman
of publicity, Elsie Feldman, Daily;
assistant; Vinselle Bartlett, chair-
man of nTisic; Evelyn Neilson,
chairman of costumes; Margaret
Schermack and Margaret Smith,
chairmen of dancing; Aileen Clark,,
chairman of ushers, and Virginia
Taylor, chairman of make up.
Arrangements have been made to
have Dey's Studio do the photo-
graphy for the play.


TEA I T Martha Cook.l
Last evening, residents of Marthaz
Y___Cook celebrated Hallowe'en. The{
Plans for Outdoor Trail Party social committee under the direc-l
on Saturday May Change to tion of Mabel McCutcheon, '32,1
Fireplace Gathering. chairman, were in charge of all1
arrangements for the affair.1
The dining room was decorated
PARTY WORTH 5 POINTS in the Hallowe'en motif. All the
y residents came in costume though
Susan Manchester Plans Large whether or not they were masked
Attendance in Response to was entirely uptto them.bA prize
Call for Members. was given for the most beautiful
Callfor1 vlrnbrscostume, the funniest costume, and
the clvrsostume.
Extension of the membership In the Blue room after dinner
drive for the Women's Athletic As- the annual stunt, given by the ten"
scciation will be held today. All women who knew the fewest Mar-
Associated Press Pbota last year's active members who tha Cook residents at a house meet-
ing some time ago, was presented.
have not paid their yearly dues Also a special tap dance was given
, er whorefused to affirm or may do so from 2 to 6 o'clock to- by Jean Perrin, '34L, and Annabell
Cmiiy reports that hel soon will ie- day. Women who have earned their Larges, '32. This was followed by
cme engaged to Duke sFalio DA- five points should call also at the an exhibition of some Japanese
edi e ~ o te royal Italian W. A. A. office. country dances given by Fumi Oi,
household. The outdoor trail which was post- '32, and Kiyo Ogata, '32.
h__s_____._poned last Saturday because of Later a number of song special-
rain will be held at 2 o'clock Sat- ties were sung by Margaret Reed,
urday. There will be a party in- '32, Jane Tredinnick, '33, and Edna
doors in case of rain and groups Mackenzie, '32. Following this there
® NT iwill meet at the Palmer Field was dancing and the music was
house. furnished by the house orchestra.
All women who attend the party The members of this orchestra are
P00;14MSaturday will receive five points Edna Mackenzie, '32, Irene Prosniak,
and with the receipt of one dol- '33, Genevieve Griffey, '32, Daisy
Zeta Phi Eta Has Initiation for lar will become an active member Lavandar, '32, Olive Randall, '33,
of the Women's Athletic Associa- Rosalie McKinney, 33, and Jane
Noted Dramatic Artist tion Tredinnick, '33.
in League. A program has been planned by An interesting feature of the
Glendora Gosling, '33, for an indoor party was to discover the "worst"
Violet W. Vincent, who is nation- party Saturday in case of rain. The identification cards.
ally known as a dramatist artist radio will be tuned in on the Mosher Jordan.
andwhois to appear in a program Princeton g'ame and the fireplace Mcmbers were appointed to the
and who tppwill be lighted and refreshments library committee in Jordan hall by
on this campus on the evening of the chairman Dorothy Rundell, '34.
N 11 as iitited ntothe 10-will be served. About 75 women are These women include Clare Unger,
Nov. 11, was initiated into the lo- expected to attend. Th'e2m enshawl'de CaryUBr-
cal chapter of Zeta Phi Eta yester- Susan Manchester, '32, is chair- '32, Mary Earnshaw, '35, Mary Bri-
day afternoon at the League build- man of the membership committee mijoin, '34, Mary Harriman, '32,
and as a herassstans, EsieDoris Clarke, '33, and Dorothy King,
ing. Miss Vincent will become an and has as her assistants, Elsie grad. Appointments were also made
associate member of this national Feldman, '33, Harriet Bondstetter, to the dramatics commtitee by Mar-
speech sorority. '34, Jean Berridge, '33, Caroline garet Anderson, '34. The women ap-
Athena which is another forensic Eyde, '33, Helen Manchester, 33' pointed are Helen M. Dooley, '32,
and debating society for women Katherine McGregor, '34, and Mary Dorothy Kopf, '33, Alta Place, '34,1
mGt at the League building last G. Spaulding, '34.


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Mary Reif, '34, and Dorothy Shan-
man, '35.
The regular tea was held in Jor-
dan hall yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Herbert Poppleton, in charge of Psi
Upsilon fraternity, and Miss Eunice
Parks, graduate resident of Jordan,
sAn attractive centerpiece on the
serving table composed of "mums"
and autumn leaves was the only
decoration at the affair. The re-
freshments were carried out in the
Hallowe'en motif.
The women who assisted in serv-
ing at the tea were Dorothy Ryan,
'32, Mary Briniijoin, '34, Harriet
Schiele, '33, Alma Wadsworth, '34,
Peggy Duggan, '35, Dorothy Seens,
'35, and Anna Jane Chamberlain,
Betsy Barbour.
Betsy Barbour will give its first
dance of the season, the annual fall
informal, on Friday, October 30.
1 Decorations in keeping withthe
spirit of Hallowe'en will be used.
The party will be chaperoned by
Mrs. Garritt J. Diekema and Miss
Kathleen Mann, directors of the
dormitory. I
Formal initiation of the new resi-
dents will take place in Betsy Bar-
bour on Sunday, November 1, at
4:30 o'clock. Catherine Wigle, presi-
dent of the house last year, will
present the new residents to Ruth
McIntosh, '32, present president.
The initiation address is to be
given by Dean Wilbur R. Humph-
reys, and Mary Ann Williams, '33,
will render a piano selection. Fol-
lowing the ceremony a banquet will
be given in honor of the new resi-
-(A)-Fifteen fraternities and the
Commons Club of Williams College
have been urged by President Harry
A. Garfield to abandon their regu-
lar fall house parties so that the
money usually so used may be
spent for a more worth-while pur-

Juriors Must Check
J. G. P. Eligibility
"Any junior woman who is at
all doubtful of her eligibility and
who would like to enter the lim-
bering classes as well as to re-
ceive a comnmittee position for
the Junior Girls' Play should
check up immediately with Miss
Jeanette Perry at the dean of
women's office," stated Margaret
O'Brien, '33, assistant chairman
of the Junior Girls' Play who is
in charge of eligibility.
All new women on campus are
asked to petition. Any second
semester sophomores who are
going to tryout for this year's
play instead of next year's must
petition. All s e c o n di semester
juniorsnwho were not in last
years play and who are going to
tryout are to petition and also
any women who has less than
56 hours is required to petition.

Women to Play Golf
Finals on Wednesday
Six women will enter the finals
of the golf tournament next Wed-
nesday on the University course.
Those who qualified are Jane Cis-
sel, '34, with a score of 98, Esther
Loucks, '32, 98, Ruthe Robinson, '34,
99, Jane Hopkins, '35, 100, Betty
Hutchinson, '35, 121, and Hillary
Rarden, '34, 123.
Only nine holes will u.be played
and medal play will be used.






End of Month
Special of


Tuesday evening to hold a pledging
service for thirteen women, who
were selected after . series of try-
Plans are being made by. this so-
ciety for the national publication
of their organization 'The Gavel.'
It will be published by the local
members this year as the national
officers are here. Eleanor Rairdon,
'33, is to be editor of this publica-

Friday and Saturday
Ends Archery Bouts




An opening reception for the new
members was held by the Faculty
Women's Club at 3 o'clock, Oct. 27
at the Michigan League ballroom.

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Hallowe'en Sat., Oct. 31st
We have
Special Boxes of Betsy Ross
Johnston's and Gilbert Candy
Novelties for Your Party
13-15 Nickels Arcade

Final round of the archery tourn-
ament must be played off either
today or tomorrow. 24 arrows are
to be shot off at a distance of 30
yards and 24 arrows at a distance
of 40 yards. Score cards with the
name of the player should be hand-
ed in at the Palmer Field house.
For further information call Lydia
Seymour at 3018.
You need a new purse
or if you are looking
ahead to Christmas-
Come in and see our
latest shipment of
suede, pin-seal, and
calf purses and bags.
They are priced at
State 'at Liberty


We Deliver

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while our stocks are complete. You'll find one-piece
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