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JESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1931

14E MTCHIdAN DAILY

I EDY OEBR2,13 H~MCTXNfAI

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CAPTURING Hl~GKEY [
ITRAMRA CIP
Winning Team Has Exceptional
Defense and Fine
Goal Work.
TRIUMPH BY 1 TO 0 SCORE
Katherine Anning Makes Point
for Kappas; Goodenow and
Cooper Star.;
Kappa Delta defeated Helen New-
berry 1 to 0 to win the women's in-
tramural h o c k e y championship
la s t Sunday at Palmer Field.
Kappa Delta will now have the in-
tramural hockey cup which was
won by Kappa Kappa Gamma last
year.
Anning Makes Goal.
Kathering Anning, '35, made the
one goal for Kappa Delta at the
end of the first half. She is also
aP member of the freshmen inter-
class hockey team. Kappa's de-
fense was excellent. It really won
the game for them. Alice Goode-
now,.'34, and Elizabeth Cooper, '34,1
also played well. Eleanor Riker,t
'33, goalie, was exceedingly good.
She saved the day more than once.
Helen Newberry seldom entered
Kappa Delta's territory. Their game
was fast but they did not quite
equal Kappa Delta. Outstanding
players for Helen Newberry were
Anne Russe, '35, Lydia Seymour,
'34, and Janet Miner, '35. All three
are on interclass hockey teams.
Winning Team.
Positions on the winning, team
are Dorothy Felske, '32, center,
Emily Bates, '32, right inner, Mary
Marshall, '32, right wing, Kather-
ine Anning, '35, left inner, Kather-
ine Moore, '33, left wing, Margaret
Snider, '33, left half, Elizabeth
dooper, '34, center half, Gerald
Grover, '32, right half, Dorothy Ann
Williams, '34, left fullback, Alice
Goodenow, '34, right fullback, and
Eleanor Riker, '33, goalie.'
Losing Team.
Members of the losing team are
Lydia Seymour, '34, center, Teresa
Romani, '33, right inner, Ruth Root,
'35, right wing, Doris Litzenburger,
32, left inner, Janet Miner, '35, left
wing, Anne Russe, '35, center half,
Francis Chandler, '35, right alf,
Annette Rudophie, '33, left half,'
Josephine Fisher, '32, right full-
back, Elsa Van Slyke, '35, left full-
back, and Betty Gardner, '32, goalie.
One way of working your way
through college is to bring an elec-
'tric washing machine to school
and do student laundry as one wo-
man student of West Texas State
Teachers' College is doing.

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SELF-PITY POISONS MODERN WIFE.
ASSERTS ANNA STEESE RICHARDSON
Absorbing Interest Is Cure for which absorbs the leisure hours of
Dissatisfied Women; Should so many men; the lack of congenial
Find Hobby. companionship and sympathy and
_____lastly, the duill routine of home-
making as compared to the inter-
"Self-pity is poisoning more lives, estinm xverience of women engag-

MONEY I S SO9uGH4"kT
FOR SOPHCAHE

BARNSTORMING WITH MAR.A JERITZA
IS STORY OF TOUR TOLD BY LEWIS

Try
to

New System of Collection
Obtain Money for Annual
Class Affair.

causing more divorces and breaking
up more families than any single
attribute of the modern wife" as-
serts Anna S ese Richardson in an
article appearing in McCall's mag-
azine. The latest indoor sport for
a middle aged woman seems to
consist of being sorry for herself.
The principal grievances aired by
discontented women are: indiffer-
ence and neglect on the part of
husband or children or both; the
lack\of romance in their lives; golf,
Single Women Now
Have Definite Ends
for Achievements
"The modern spinister, freed at
last from every vestige of her once
all pervading inferiority complex
and looking with eyes undimmed by
any haze of Nineteenth Century

ed in business or professional life.
For every case of self-pity, there's
a cure, however,-a fresh absorb-
ing interest. If the dissatisfied wo-
man will find a hobby whether it
be making potato Chips to sell to
private customers or taking an ac-
tive part in musical clubs, she
will choke out those neurotic
thoughts of self-pity.
PEGAiSUS TO LE[-T
AS SEASO CLOSES,
Resume Activities in February;
Practise for Horse Show to
Begin at That Time.
Members of Pegasus, university
riding society, rode at Mulison's

With each sophomore woman on
the campus being asked to contri-
bute one dollar towards the Sopho-
more Cabaret, regardless of wheth-
er or not she is eligible to take part
in the affair, the committee in
charge of the collection will com-
plete their work by the end of the
week.
.Already $300 has been obtained
says the chairman of the finance
committee, Josephine McCausey,
'34. A new system has been inaug-
urated this year in collecting the
money. Instead of soliciting each
woman individually, the president
of each sorority is asked to collect
the dues from the sophomore wo-
men in her house,'®and a member
of the finance committee is in
charge of collecting the money
from each dormitory.
The sophomore women will not
be required to pay the dollar every
other undergraduate woman is ask-
ed to give in order to finance the
Mardi Gras since they will assist
in financing the Cabaret.

Prima Donna Surrounded by
Peace Lives an Orderly
Life.
"Barnstorming de Luxe with Jer-
itza" is the title of Grace Hegger
Lewis' article in the Dec. Delineator
magazine, telling the story of a
tour with the foremost prima don-
na of the Metropolitan Opera House.
In Austria Maria (Jeritza is also
the Baroness Popper, the wife of a
Viennese banker and a lander pro-
prieter. Every autumn the Baron
brings his wife to New York and
returns for her in the spring. The
summer is her holiday. During the
winter her time is occupied with
daily practising, Swedish exercise,
long walks, friends, and occassion-
ally the theatre, affirms the author.
"Barnstorming" is a relic 'of the
past. Players do not stroll from
Broadway any more. Therefore it
was an event for the public when
thig last Spring, for the first time,
Maria Jeritza accompanied the New
York Metropolitan Opera on its
brief tour. She was to sing "Tosca"
in Washington on Tuesday night.
Monday a whole wing of the hotel
was occupied by Maria, her friends,
secretary, and maid: All day Tues-
day-silent, for Madame stays in
bed and sees no one the day she
sings, the author continues.
"Though I have tried to convey
how Maria Jeritza surrounds her-

self with order and a peaceful rou-
tine, these are somehow achieyed
amidst a barrage of telephones
constantly ringing in every room,'
kindly invitations refused-excite-
ment reigned throughout the trip.
The train was held a minute and a
half before the party arrived. Bays
were counted and Maria Jeritza
cries "Vat a party, oh, vot a love-
ly party!" concludes the author.
A.A.U.W. to Hold First
Meeting on Sunday
The magazine Review section of
the American Association of Uni-
versity Women will meet Sunday,
Dec. 7 for the fist time. Mrs. H.
Hawkins is tem orary chairman. A
permanent chairman will be elect-
ed and a Review magazine read.
Plans will be made for future meet-
ings of this group.
The junior rAembers of the A. A. -
U. W. met Wednesday, Nov. .18 at
0:30 o'clock at the .Palmer Field
House. Mrs. Alta Atkinson was
elected vice-president.

CNERAL__MEET
Committee Chairmen to Di
Activities and Prograt
for Year's Work.
To familiarize members o
Women's Athletic Association
the activities of the various
mittees there will be an open
ing at 4 o'clock, Dec. 2, at the
mer Field house.
Dorothy Elsworth, '32, pre
of W. A. A. is in charge of the
ing. Members of the exe
board who will give reports on
activities and program fqr thi
are Jean Bentley, '33; Ma
Hunt, ..'32; Agnes Graham,
Helen Townsend, '32Ed; C
Grace Peck, '33; Annette
mings, '33; Theresa Roman:
Elizabeth Gardner, '32Ed; I
Caro, '32Ed; Corrine Fries,
Elizabeth Cooper, '34; Jean F
'34; Jean Perrin, '32; Lydia
mour, '34Ed; Gladys Schroede
Glendora Gosling, '33; Susan
chester, '32; and Miriam Care

sentimentality feels no great dis- IFaair ground stables 8:00 o'clock
taste for her single lot, but accepts 'Sunday morning, Nov. 22. The or-
it philosophically even contented- ganization has made plans to hold
ly," says Louise Maunsell Field int
the December issue of the North their last meeting for the season
American Review. Dec. 10. As a special feature, a
The change of the economic sta- spread will be enjoyed in the Gar-
tus of woman believes Miss Field ! den room of the League building.
gives the formerly ridiculed single The club will then adjourn, due
woman a favored place in society.
Of course, Miss Field grants that to weather conditions, until Febru-
the married woman receives the ary of the second semester at which
dinner invitations while the spin- time their activities will be resum-
ister goes to luncheons and she ed. Practising for the annual spring
also says that the single woman is horse show will begin. Only mem-
usually a liability to the hostess at hers of Pegasus will be eligible for
any party as she has to have an this event.
extra man. Putting these consid-
erations aside Miss Field still be- - - - - _
lieves that the' single woman has;TABLE
nothing to regret when she hears TALE
of the measles' and chicken pox DECORATIONS
worries of the married woman 'o
across the street.f
"Matrimony ~at its best," says Thanksgiving
Miss Field, "the sensible spinister
will readily admit to be the great- Attractive Centerpieces
est happiness that can befall a wo- Also
man but how often, she will ask, Bso .
do you see it at its best?" , ."Bouquets or Baskets
Miss Field's contention is that for Thanksgiving Gifts.
"the intelligent spinister of to-day Moderately Priced.
doesn't feel either superfluous or
aipologetic. She has a definite. ob- ' . -
ject or ambition. If she is rich she! University
may do some of the unpaid chari- Shop, InC.
table, scientific or civic work often I
so much needed; if she lacks an in- 600 East Liberty
herited income she has her busi- Phone 6030
ness or profession.______ _

New Turbans, White, Pirate Green, Black
$5.00 and $6.00
cKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Streets
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FOR THANKSGIVING
Give Candy
Betsy Roo , Gilbert, and
Jol-nston's
cWe pack, wrap, and mal"
BETSY ROSS SHOP
13-15 Nickels Arcade

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Dress Special !
Today and Wednesday
Here is our Thanksgiving offer-
ing to you". a large"selection
of the season's brightest and smart-
est dresses in both silks and wools.
Dresses for sport, for the class-
room, for tea, and for dancing
are here at greater savings than
ever.
$16.75 to $19.75 values,
Now

And now-

We Denver

Dial 5931

Jersey ounging
Pajamas
They are quite the newest thing
we can offer you ... these jersey
pajamas. All are those comfort-
able one piece affairs with con-
trasting top and trim. Add them
to your wardrobe soon.

oleproot Hosiery
They're luxury hose at budget prices-Delicate yet amazingly
long wearing. Holoeroof's chiffon stockings are beautifully tail.
ored, and feature lovely fashion-right colors.

$1.00 to $1.95

Mesh $1.5

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The Rubley Shop
Nickels Arcade

Fine Chiffon Hose 79c
Full line of Silk, French Crepe Lingerie
from $1.95 up

Beautiful line of Russian Gifts.

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SPECIAL
FOR WEDNESDAY
Regular Six Dollar.
Permanent Wave
E pcrt operators at all times
COLLEGE
BEAUTY SHOPPE
Shampoo and Marcel, $1.00
300 outhSmd tateree
0 ren Evey Eveing
Phone 2113

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nn r origh VS.
Jackson High School,
SFER RY WLD
Thanksgiving Day--2 P. M.
Let's turn out and give Ann Arbor High a hand.
They're playing real football this year.
,75c
Donated by he Mayer-S shaircr Co.'I ___ ____

Come in and make an early selection for Christnias.
Canmpus Lingerie n4
Hosiery Shoppe
229 South State Street ,

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Was there ever a season when colors were more lovely? And with
the present new ensenm~ble trend in dress demanding contrast, we are
sponsoring a selection of French copies in brim and close fitting
models.
Where smartest of new colors for your Thanksgiving weekcnd.

Persian Lime
Hollywood Green
Empire Purple

French Grey

Persian Red
Yankee Blyec
Paris Beige
$750

Tg.ing Din:
Served from one to three P. M.

$ 0

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Oyster Cocktail

Caviar C

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Pre-hThanksgivi SALE of HATS

Every Hat in Mack's New
Selection' Reduced

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FERING'IN THIS j
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SGIV ING S A LE --
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ALL
T"EROFF T
1"'EGULAR PRICE4
$5.95-$6.95

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Roast Turkey, Chestnut Dressing, Cranberry Jelly
Larded Tenderloin of Beef, Marrow Bordelaise
Roast Young Duck, Celery Dressing, Baked Apple
Whipped Potatoes or Candied Sweet Potatoes
Onions in Butter Mashed Squasi
Fresh Grape Fruit, Pear Salad
Hot Rolls '
IV

Fresh Fruit Cup
Cream of Mushroom Soup
u or
' Essence of Chicken, Epicure
/lssortcd Relishes
Salted Nuts
111

Bread Stick

Originally $5,00

Val-es to $7.50

$295

$50

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Hot Mince

Plum Pudding with Hord Sauce

or

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Oumpkin Pi

Values to $18.00

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Burnt Almond Ice Cream or Sherbet
Toasted Wafers, Roquefort 'of Camembr4 Cheese
Tea Coffee _Mik
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$750

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