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THE MICHIGAN DAIEY

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Ju1nior Girls'
0K1U" 6 ' PRlUCTIONWILLBEGIN
M IIIEATELY ATE R ANNOUNCEENTS
Dues Are to Be Collected From
Each Woman Enrolled in NOTICE
Limbering classes will be held
the Junior Class. Thurs y afternoon from 3:30 to
4:30 o'clock and from 4:30 to
ADDITIONS WILL FOLLOW .5:30 o'clock in Barbour gymnas-

ay Centra.111

Committee'

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Finance Committee Begins Work
This Week; Barbara Braun
to Be in Charge.
Appointment of committees for
the 1932 Junior Girls' Play has
been made by members of the cen-
tral committee.
Although there may be a few ad-
ditions the following is a list of the
committee chairmen and assist-
ants: Jean Botsford, general chair-
man; Margaret O'Brien, assistant
chairman who has appointed MarL
gpret Ferrin, Betty Caldwell, Gene-
eve Lawson, Helen Spencer, and
Ruth Stesel. This committee makes;
arrangements for the tryouts and,
checks attendance at rehearsals.
Finance Group Begins Work.
The finance committee which
has begun work this week has Bar-
bara Braun as chairman. Members
of her committee are Helga Sahl-
mark, Ruth Unsworth, Reta Mc-
Omber, Jeanne Reed, Jean Berridge,
Elizabeth Ladd, Dorothy Norris,
Margaret Keal, Janet Allen, Jane
Rayen, Susanna Wood, Enid Bush,
Beverly Stark, Pauline Scott, and
Rena Krause.
Katharine Barnard, chairman of
properties has appointed Mary
Phillips, Theresa Romani, Clara
Grace Peck, and Parrish Riker, as
her assistants.1
Catherine Heeson is Chairman.
The program comihittee is com-
posed, of Catherine Heeson, chair-
man; assistants, Elizabeth Gribble,
Ruth Dietrich, Helen DeWitt, Con-
stance Giefel, Anne Sorenson, and
Susanna Wood.'
Jane Fecheimer is chairman of
publicity and Elsie Feldman is the
Daily assistant. The publicity com-
mittee is Elsie Hoffmeyer and Mar-
garet Swetnam.
Vinselle Bartlett, chairman of
music has as her committee, Jose-
phine Stern, Betty Van Horn, Jane
Nuerocker, Jean Bentley, Avis Pitts,
and Wilma Clizbee.
Costume Cpmmittee Named.
The costume committee is head-
ed by Evelyn Neilson who has ap-
pointed Carol Savery, Muriel Sura-
vitz, Barbara Scitt, Frances Young,
Jean Cowden, Polly Walker, Louise
Shaw, Myra Sarasohn, Nancy Ellen
Reed, Mary Watts; Anna Neberle,
and Elizabeth Ebert.
Aileen Clark, chairman of ushers
has as her committee Jane Neer,
McComb and Miriam Carver. , .
Virginia Taylor is chairman of
make-up and her committee is
Constance Beery, Elizabeth Eagles-
field, Elinor, Gilinor, Marian Heald,
Florence Isgrigg, Evelyn Lehman,
Faith Ralph, Jane Robinson, Jean
Rosenthal, Leonore -,Snyder, and
Claire Trussel.
Margaret Schermack and' Mar-
garet Smith are chairman of danc-
ing. There may be additions to
committees as there are some who
have yet to petition. These will be
announced later.,

ium as already scheduled. The
ciasses which were to be held
this afternoon will be postponed-
because of the Armistice Day
holiday.
Mortarboard to Be Represented
at Sectional Conference
{ in Ohio.
Emily Bates, '32, will be sent by
Mortarboard as a delegate to the
Sectional Conference which will be
held November 13 and 14 at Colum-
bus, Ohio.
Mortarboard is a national hon-
orary society fo'r senior women.
Officers of the local chapter consist
of Emily Bates, president, Dorothy
Birdzell, vice-president, Jane Inch,
secretary and Agnes Graham, treas-
urer. Members are chosen on the
basis of exceptionally high scholar-
ship and wide campus activity. Miss
Alice Lloyd, dean of women, will.
entertain the active members of
the chapter at dinner on Nov. 24.
Schools Represented.
Other schools that will be repre-
sented at the conference will in-
clude the home chapter at Ohio
State University, the University of
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute of
Technology, the University of West
Virginia, Ohio Wesleyan University,
and the University of Miami. Sev-
eral matters of utmost importance
will be discussed at the conference
and it is expected that Miss Bates,
upon her return to Ann Arbor, will
make a detailed report of the hap-
penings at the conference.
Unitarian Women Will
Hear Dean's Address
Dean Lloyd Will Speak on What
The Church Offers Women.
University of Michigan women of
Unitarian Church preference are
invited to hear a talk by Miss Alice
Lloyd, Dean of Women, on "What
a Liberal Church Can Do for Uni-
versity Women." Miss Lloyd will
speak Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Roy Wood Sel-
lers, 1044 Ferdon Road.
Following the talk, Mrs. John Ef-
finger will pour tea, assisted by Mrs.
John 'H. Shepard and Mrs. U. G.
Rickert.
The meeting is being sponsored
by the Women's Alliance of the Un-
itarian Church.

Possession ofWine
Is Lawful, Declares
Mabel Willebrandt
To Mabel Willebrandt we owe the
theory that today cellars might be.
filled with kegs of juice from Cal-'
ifornia's finest wine-grapes in the
full knowledge that we are not law-
breakers.
According to Wayne Yard, in the
latest issue of "Vanity Fair," "Mrs.
Willebrandt, an attractive, quick-
witted lawyer, is indeed, the Portia
of Prohibition in 1928," he states.
Gives Campaign Speeches.
During the last presidential elec-
tion, she made countless campaign'
speeches particularly before Meth-
odist church men throughout the
country urging them to elect Hoov-
er president. After the election
there was much wonder and specu-
lation over the reward which might
fall to this go-getter campaigner.
Mrs. Willebrandt, having been giv-
en neither the honor of first wom-
an in the President's cabinet nor
first lady on the federal bench,
broke away from the party faction
and became chief legal counsel for
Fruit Industries Ltd., an organiza-
tion representing more than 85 per
cent of the California grape grow-
ers.
Convinces People.
Today Mrs. Willebrandt has been
successful in convincing some of
the people that making wine at
home, for home consumption, is
within the law, the only restric-
tions being that wine is not to be
sold nor to be "intoxicating in
fact."'
O H I O-Sorority women at Ohio
State University were given the
"air" as a climax to rushing week
when a sorority gave a "plane
party." Sixty women went up in
airplanes from the Curtis flying
field at Coluntbus.

NATIONAL DSEUS
Violet Vincent to Appear Here,
Sponsored by Women's
Speech Group.
Miss Violet Vincent, diseuse,
from Detroit, who is nationally
known as a dramatic interpreter,
and a dancer as well as for her
singing ability, is to present a pro-
gram tonight at eight o'clock in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre,
sponsored by Zeta Phi Eta which is
a campus speech society for women.
Programs are Varied.
Miss Vincent has been enthus-
iastically received by -audiences all
over the United States when she
has given a similar entertainment
known as a Mosaic of Song and
Story. This program consists of
Italian and Spanish selections and
some of her own compositions. They
will be given in costume.
. Notice is Favorable.
The Daily Argus of Mt. Vernon,
New York, in writing of Miss Vin-
cent's performance says: "Her ges-
tures, graceful attitudes, and talk-
ing hands were all part of a re-
markable adaptation and clever
imitation, while the play of emo-
tion, and facial expression seemed
hardly to need the music and lan-
guage to convey the meaning.
NOTICE
There will= be a Board of Di-
rector's meeting of theWomen's
League at 4 o'clock Friday after-
noon.

S OC I E T Y
Couzens Hall. j F. Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Residents of Couzens all are Miss Ethel A. McCormick, and Miss
holding their annual fall formal Ellen B. Stevenson. Miss Katherine
dance Friday, November 13. The Adams, principal of the Cranbrook
music is to be furnished by Lind School for Girls, will attend as the
quist's Ambassadors. special guest of Miss Lloyd. Miss
The patronesses are Miss Marion Emilie Sargent,, a member of the
Durell, director of nursing; Miss Board of Governors of Martha
Marie Wanzeck, assistant director Cook, will also be present.
of nursing; Miss Jeanette Oswald, The dining room will be decorat-
head of the educational division;
and Miss Helen Bradley, social di- ed with harmonious flowers and
rector of Couzens hall. tapers. Coffee will be served in the
The chaperons include Dr. Hbnry Blue room after dinner and Miss
Field of the Medical school and Margaret Smith, social director of
Mrs. Field, and Dr, John W. Kem- tfie dormitory, will pour.
per of the Medical school and Mrs. Music will be furnished by
Kemper.Mscwl efrihdb
Naomi Mayer, '32n, heads the string trio. This will include Helen
NomiMyenhrge o hadthe r-Bentley, '33, at the piano; Gene-
committee in charge of all the ar- vee Griffey, 32Sm, lyn h
rangements for the affair. She is violin, and Marion Works, '33, play
assisted by Vera A. Scheffel, '33Sn, ing the cello.
Margaret M. Campbell, '32, Klath Saturday evening, November 14
lyn G. Alfsen, Sn, Sarah M. Boyd, the annual fall informal dance o
t32Sn, Marion C. Rexer, '32Sn, Rob- Martha Cook will be held.
erta M. Seaton,' '32Rn, Donna M. Miss Alta B. Atkinson, house di-
Griff'eth, '32, Elizabeth K. Henz, rector of Martha Cook, and Mis
'32Sn, andH.H Wisenborn. Margaret Smith, social director o
The decorations will be carried the dormitcy, will chaperon al
out in bronze and gold chrysantha- the affair. Decorations in accord
mums and palms. The dance pro-ance yith the fall season will b
gram willbebleandgo .Reused and Dick Paulsen's orchestra
freshments in keeping with the af-wilfrshtemic
fair will be served. wil furnish themusic
Martha Cook.
Residents of Martha Cook dor-IE
mitory are having a formal facultyl HYLE M. DICKENS
dinner this evening in honpr of E Y- C
the Dean of Women and her staff.
The guests will include Miss Alice
Lloyd, Dean of Women, Mrs. Byrl

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Events
All programs are given in Hill
Auditorium u n l e s s otherwise
noted. The afternoon concerts
are g i v e n without admission
charge.
UNIVERSITY $ Y M P H O N Y
ORCHESTRA, DAVID MAT-
TERN, Conductor, Npv. 15,
4:15.
OSSIP GABRJLOWITSCH, Pi-
ano, Nov. 17, 8:15.
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY, Violin,
MABEL ROSS RHEAD, Piano,
Nov. 22, 4:15.
THE REVELERS. James Melton,
1st tenor, Phil Dewey, baritone,
Lewis James, 2nd tenor, Wil-
fred Glenn, bass, Frank Black,
Director and Pianist, Dec. 3,
8:15.
L A U R A LITTLEFIELD, So-
prano, December 6, 4:15.
THE "MESSIAH" by Handel,
University Choral Union. Uni-
versity Symphony Orchestra.
So~loists, Earl V. Moore, Con-
ductor, December 13, 4:15.
DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, Ossip Gabrilow-
itsch, Conductor, Dec. 15, 8:15.

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Nov. 9-16
Discount
Will be given on our
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new wool

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leading roles in the fall fash-
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DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, Dr. Rudolf Siegel,
Guest Conductor, Jan. 25,
8:15.

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