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November 07, 1931 - Image 5

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VEMBER 7, 1931 THEMICHIGAN-DAII
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Zeta Phi Eta

Will Sponsor Entertainment by

DIUSE WR G
Tickets ,fcr Entertainment May
Be Secured Fromi Members
of Zeta Phi Eta.
BOX OFFICE IS OPEN
Famous Star Will Give Program
of Twelve Numbers, Six
of Which Are Songs.
In a "Mosaic of Song and Story,"
Miss Violet V. Vincent, famous dis-
euse, is to appear next Wednesday
night in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre, sponsored by Zeta Phi Eta,
national speech society for women
Miss Vircent's program is out-
standing particularly as it is of an
unusual character. 1n speaking of
her work she says: "I am a dis-
euse. The meaning of the word
changes in translation to English.
The diseuse sings. The reader only
speaks. I really do both. The art
of the diseuse goes back to the
days of the troubadors-it is the
art of telling a story through song.
It employs voice, music, pantoriine
and costume, but the story is the
thing. Six of the twelve numbers
I will do are songs. That is why
I like to be called a diseuse. Then
too, the diseuse is rare compared
to other artists("
Program Announced.
The program which Miss Vin-
cent is to present here is as fol-
lows: Fumando Espero by J. M.
Abades, Rosa De Fuego by M. Joves,
Carlotta Mfaria Antonia Dirrito by
Violet, Vincent, An Italian Mother
by T. A. Daly, A Day in June by
Violet Vincent, Nursery Rhymes by
Pearl Curran, Gee Whiz by Violet
Vincent, Fleur Du Mal by Walter,
Verduronette by Weekerlin, The
Penny That Beauty Spent by
Thornton Wilddr and Beauty Goes
On by Violet Vincent.
May Get Tickets.
Tickets for this entertainment
may be obtained through all Zeta
Phi Eta members. The box office
of the League building will also
be open beginning at 3 o'clock and
reserved seats may be purchased.
The name of Mrs. John L. Quirk
has been added to the patroness
list for this affair. Other patron-
esses include the following: Mrs.
Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. John R.
Effinger, Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Mrs.
Hubert Sadler, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs. 0. J. Camp-
bell, Mrs. George W. Patterson, Mrs.
William Newcomb, Miss Elizabeth
Dean, Mrs. Fielding Yost, Mrs.
Laura Littlefield, Mrs. Charles Sink,
Mrs. Guy Maier, Mis. Wewitt Par-
ker, Mrs. James Ingles, Mrs. Ida C.
Wheat, Mrs. John B. Waite, and
Miss Alice Lloyd.
WA.A.A. Will Sponsor
Ridi.g Party Sunday
To afford equestrians a pleasant
afternoon the Women's Athletic As-
sociation is sponsoring a horseback
riding party Sunday afternoon.
The ride will take one and a half
hours starting at 3 o'clock. Those
who are interested should call Guy
L. Mullison at 7418 to reserve
horses. The group will meet at 2:45
o'clock at Barbour gymnasium.
Elizabeth Cooper, '34, riding man-!
ager of the W. A. A. is in charge.r
KANSAS - Parties lasting until
one o'clock will not be permitted
at the University of Kansas the
second semester.a

Famous Disease to Come Here Next Wednesday
T ALKS TO WOM\E
Majcrs in Physical Education
Learn the Advantages
of Co-Recreation.
Miss Ethel Bowers of the Nation-
al Recreation Association spoke on
"Recreation for Girls and Wdmen"
yesterday morning in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall before a group of
major women of the physical edu-
cation school and outsiders.
Miss Bowers stressed the point
that women should be able to con-
duct recreational programs for girls
and women. She said, "men cannot
feel the antagonisms and frictions
that come up in women's recrea-
tional problems."
Co-recreation Needed.
"One of the first problems 'to be
f> solved by recreation departments,"
40::: -Miss Bowers pointed out, "is co-
recreation. Girls and boys want to
play together, but very few cities
are helping them to do so. To play
golf and tennis, to dance, bowl,
take part in community dramatics
and music, to go to parties at the
community house, all these things
would go a long way towards estab-
- &lishing wholesome, lifelong com-
radeship between men and women."
Miss Bowers said that the field
of recreation is going to be tre-
mendous, especially on the wom-
an's side. Plans for finding enter-
tainment during leisure hours of
Miss Violet V. Vincent, famous diseuse wh will come here on the the. business ,girl, and tize women
evening of November ii, in a program entitled, "A Mosaic of Song and whose children are all grown up,
Story." This is how she appears in the number "TIe Penny That Beauty is also an important problem. Not
Spent." only games and sports, but music,
- - ----- --- - ------_-dramatics, handicrafts, and social

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Couzens, Mall.
Senior residents of Couzens Hall
had a reception for the freshmen
in the hall last Sunday afternoon,
November 1. The decorations were
carried out in guttimn leaves and
crysanthamums.
The play "Maker of Dreams" by
Oliphant Down was given in the
living room as a part of the en-
tertainmient of the afternoon. The
characters were portrayed by Flor-
e n c e Sisson, '32Rn, Catherine
Clark, '32Rn, and Naomi Mayer,
'32Rn, Thelma Scratch, .'32, read
some selections of poetry. Evelyn
Reames, '32, entertained with some
musical selections. Refreshments
in keeping with the affair were
served.
Monday evening the organiza-
tion of the Choral Club of Couzens
Hall was completed. The club is
limited to the 25 best voices in the
school. Miss Odina Olson of the
University high school has acted as
director of the club for several
years and will continue her direc-
tion this winter. The 'officers of
this club include Donna M. Grif-
feth, '32, president; Ann M. Peitz,
'33, vice-president, and E. Zook, '34,
Librarian.
The choral club will meet every
Monday night and will present pro-
grams at various functions of the
school throughout the year.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
Alpha Gamma Delta is giving a
rushing dinner Thursday night for
five guess. Yellow crysanthemums
and tapers will be used as table
'decorations.
Alpha Qrmicron Pi.
Alpha Omicron fil had several
guests this past week-end; Miss
Emmy Lou Gay, of Topeka, Indi-
mor han
o the ftronlec
Li r Whee-las}Ce t
n hoqe inAle.
:erin of rso
enand Stho

ana; Miss Ernestine Wagner, De-
troit; Miss Jean Boswell, Flint,
Michigan.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta will give its an-
nual Founder's Day tea Sunday af-
ternoon in honor of the alumnae
residents of Michigan. Mrs. An-
derson, house chaperone will poir.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Six guests were honored at a
rushing -dinner Thursday night at
Kappa Alpha Theta. Fall flowers
and tapers were used as decora-
tions.
yosher Jordan.
Sunday afternoon at tea the res-
idents of Jordan hall who are
studying French or already speak
it. entertained the residents of
Mosher w'au are also interested in
the subject.
T'ie tea was served in the small
dint-ngroom in Jordan hall. Roy-
ena Hornbeck, grad., and Helen
Hungerirod, ;ad., residents of Jor-
dan, acted ashoess at the af-
fair. The entertamiment committee
in charge of all arrangements in-
cluded Jean L. MacNaughton, '32,
Fran ?ces aier '2,,liabthTay-
lor, '3,Vr io~ ,'3,and'
Emma Jane Ro s, '35. As ndd-
ed bit of enjoyment at the tea
French games were played and
French songs were sung.
The regular weekly tea of. Mosh-
er Jordan hails was held in Mosher
hall y"esterday afternoon . Mrs. John
P. Sundwall poured,

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