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[ubs of Washtenaw
o Open Session
May Become Sentor
FOR SOPHC ABARET
Must Attend Dance Rehearsals
or Pay Fine for Every
Permanent rehearsal hours were
set for every chorus in the Sopho-
more Cabaret this afternoon in or-
der to avoid any confusion in re-
gard to the days ontwhich the dif-
ferent groups meet.
WILL HEAR SPEECHES
Paul Voorhies, State Attorney
General Will Talk o '
Washtenaw County Federation of
Women's Clubs will hold a compre-
hensive program for the institute
Monday, Nov. 16, at the League '
The sessions will open at 11 a. m.,
when Mrs. Herbert F. Prescott, past
president of the Detroit Federation
of Women's Clubs, will discuss
"Club Ethics." All club women of,
the county and the Detroit and
Jackson federations are invited.i
Voorhies To Speak.
Luncheon will be served at 12:30
o'clock at which Paul Voorhies of
Detroit, state attorney-general, will
speak on "Law Enforcement." Mrs.
George L. Caron, chairman of the
Michigan Law Enforcement com-
mittee and chairman of the divi-
sion of law observance of the Wom-
an's club of Aim Arbor, is in charge
of this prt of the program.
In the afternoon a round table
discussion on "World Goodwill' will
be led by Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher.
Other speakers will include Miss
Marion McClench, past president of
the National F ederation of Busi-
ness end Professional Women; Miss
Maude Hagle of Ypsilanti and Ann
Arbor, president of the Ann Arbor
branch of the American Association
of University Women, Miss Pomo
Taube of Japan, Mme. Eveline
Fournier of France, assistant direc-
tor of Mosher-Jordan halls, and
Teresa Romani, '33, of Italy.
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, past
presid6nt of the Woman's club of
Ann Arbor and a member of the
county federation board, who is in
charge of this part of the day's
events, also plans to have a repre-
sentative of China speak.
The committee in charge is head-
ed by Mrs. Grace Ferris Fraker,
president of the Ypsilanti Sudy
club. She will be asissted by Mrs.
R. H. Kempf, who is arranging a
number of musical selections, and
Mrs. E. C. Edsill, who is in charge
of the luncheon.
WILL GIVE PARTY
Cards, Tea, Thimbles to Feature
Friday at League.
Members of the Faculty Woien's
Club will be entertained at a card
and thimble party given by the
organization on Friday, Nov. 20, in
the ball'oom of the League build-
ing. Playing will start at 2:30 p. m.
Each table is asked to furnish their
own cards, pencil, an'd score pad.
Prizes will be given at 4 o'clock to
those having the highest and l1w-
A corner will be reserved for
those who wish to sew. These wom-
en are asked to come at any con-
venient time during the afternoon.
Tea and an informal reception
will follow the card playing. Mem-
bers unable to attend the other
functions are asked to come o the
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The schedule is as follows:
Tango -3 o'clock, Monday, Wed-
nesday, Friday in Barbour Gym-
nasium. Empress E u g e n i e-4
o'clock, Monday, Wednesday, Fri-
day in B'a r b o u r Gymnasium.
Chess group No. 1-4:30 o'clock,
Monday, Wednesday, Friday in
B a r b ou r Gymnasium. Chess
'Group No. 2-3 o'clock, Tuesday
and Thursday in Barbour Gym-
rasium. Chess Group No. 2-11
o'clock, Saturday in Barbour
Gymnasium. Modernistic Group
-5 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday,
EyidAy in Barbour Gymnasium.
Michigan Band-5 o'clock, Mon-
day, Friday in Barbour Gymnas-
ihm. Harmonica Group-5o'clock,
Tuesday and Thursday in Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Ukelele Group
-4 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday,
Friday at League.
Betsy Barbour Housewas the
scene of an attractive one o'clock
luncheon given yesterday by Mrs.
Gerrit J. Diekema, social director,
and Miss Kathleen Hamm, business
manager, in honor of the directors
and assistant heads of all dormi-
tories on the campus.-
A patriotic red, white, and blue
color scheme was carried out. .The
tables were decorated with curly
Boston ferns, white chrysanthe-
mums, and red, white and blue
candles and candlesticks.
Guests included Mrs. Alexanderl
G. Ruthven, Miss Inez V. Bozorth,
Miss Isabel W. Dudley, Miss Helen
Bradley, Mrs. Julio del Toro, Miss
Eunice Van Camp, Mrs. J. O. Sch-
lotterbeck, Miss Cecil Sharp, Miss
"Alta B. Atkinson, Mrs. Grace Holl-
ister, Mrs. Beach Conger, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Miss Maude Miller, Mrs.
Dean W. Myers, Miss Lois Failyer,
Miss Edith Barnard, Mrs. Max
Winkler, Miss Margaret Smith, Mrs.
Mary Buffington, Miss Ruth Good-
lander, Mrs. Florence Tousey, Miss
Lily Kohl, Mrs. J. C. Christensen,
Mrs. Herbert Poppleton, Miss Ruth
I Rauss, Mfle. Eveline Fournier, Miss
Sara W. Lutes, and Mrs. A. S.
Kappa Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha
to Replay Game Because
of Bad Weather.
Helen Newberry defeated Mosher
Hall 2 to 0 to enter the finalsof
the intramural hockey tournament
yesterday at Palmer Field.
Despite the bad weather it was
one of the best games of the year.
The H e 1e n Newberry backfield
worked well together. Their left
wing was quite strong,' but they
did not make use of it as they
should have. Josephine Fisher, '32,1
helped to stop the rush on the leftI
side. Teresa Romani, '33, and Lydia
Seymour, '34, made the two points
for Helen Newberry.
Kappa Delta and Zeta Tau Al-
pha also played, but because of the
foggy weather and wet ground it
was decided not to call it a game.
The score ended in a tie 1 to 1
and will be played over again Fri-
day, if the weather permits. Doro-
thy Felske, '32, made the goal point
for Kappa Delta. It was one pf the
best plays of the game. Zeta Tau
Alpha made their point in quite an
unusual manner, on a penalty goal.
The winner of these two teams will
play Helen Newberry in the finals,
I probably next Monday, Nov. 16.
Windt Lauds Women
for Interest Shown
in Play Production
raBy FrancesW Manchester
Mr. Valentine W indt, head of the!.
Play Production Department of the
University, showed himself to be
very pleased with the interest that1
the women have shown in the pre-
paration of his first play, "A Mar-
riage of Convenience," which is be-
ing presented at the Labpratory
Theatre this week. ,
"The costumes, which are superb,
are all being done by Miss Frances
Young, who for one year was the
costume mistress of the depart-
ment," stated Mr. Windt. "At pres-
ent she is filling that position at
I the Ypsilanti Normal but because
the costumes for this play have
to be so extravagant, since they
tipify the elaborate dress of the
first part of the nineteenth cen-
tury, we felt that we needed some-
one who had a tlgorough knowl-
edge of costumes so Miss Young
very generously took over the work.
She has been assisted by Alice
Johnston and Donna Jones, '32,
and they have done really remark-
Mr. Windt went on to tell of the
work the women have been doing
on props and scenery. "They don-
ned overalls and helped the men
with the painting and the result
hgs been more than satisfactory."
FR HMUSICSQC II
Members of Sigma Alpha
Give Entertainment at Hoi
of Mrs. Strauss.
Members of Sigma Alpha
musical sorority, were gues
honor at a formal reception
for them Tuesday evening a
home of Mrs. Louis A. Straus,
sisting Mrs. Strauss were Mrs.
Lorch, and Mrs. Reuben Pete:
An entertainment was given
which refreshments were sd
Burnette Bradley was first o:
program with the following
bers: A Page's Road Song, Nc
and Aria-Pres des Rampar
Seville, Bizet. Rhapsodie, Op-
No. 1, Brahms was played by
Ah, Lo So, Mozart, By the :
tain, Harriet Ware; and N3
and Fauns, Bemberg; wer
numbers given by Helen 2
Elizabeth Bentley played thr
Chopin's compositions, Scher
mind', Nocturne, C minor,
Etude, F minor.
The last part of the progran
sisted of these selections, A
of Silence, Roger Quiler, Sy
Mrs. Thadeus H. Carraway, widow'
of the late senator from. Arkansas
who has been urged by her friends
to fill out her husband's unexpired
Members Asked to Do Creative
Writing for Magazine.
The members of Athena, a speech
society for women, were entertain-
ed Tuesday night with a program
given by a group of their pledges.
At the business meeting preceed-
ing the- program the publication of
the Gavel, the Athena national
magazine was considered. Eleanor
Rairdon, '3.3, is to be editor and
most of the aticles will be written
by members of the local chapter.
The pledges were asked to hand in
various suggestions for a publica-
tion or to do some creative writing
which might be used in the maga-
Alumnae members of Mu Phi Ep-
silon, national honorary music sor-
ority, will be hostesses a a supper
to be given for the actives tonight
in the Cave of the League building.
After' the banquet, the active mem-
bers will give a program in the
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