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THE. MICHIGAN DATILT

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( 0(IRISH PLAYERS OF ABBEY THEATRE
ITIS AT ER___f;_
dU d HI| ILL MAKE APPEARANCE HERE SOON
f PPi I T I1 CIIJ [Cast Will Give Whiteheaded Boy leading man," stated Mr. Robinson,
K - Pit i Under the Direction we are all of us the same." He
o ennx inson.went on to tell of the places which
some of the women play in the
PANH L G AAnn or L n obinson. company.
nArbor is to have the great "Miss Maureen Delaney is a jolly
priviledge of witnessing the Irish sort of person and, plays strictly
300 Couples Will Attend Affair Players of the Abbey Theatre, Dub- "comedy. Miss Eileen Crowe and
Held in Michigan League lin, national theatre of the Irish Miss May Craig play both comedy
Ballroom. Free State, in three of their most The rish PlaerR have

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League Orchestra Will Furnish
Music for Special Numbers
and General Dancing.
Plans for making this year's
Sophomore Cabaret a, bigger event
than ever before include placing a
lar'ger menu at the disposal of the
customers. Tea, cake, sandwiches,]
ice-cream, and iced beverages may
be ordered from 3 to 5 o'clock in
the afternoon, and from 8:30 to 12
o'clock in the evening. Cotton,

GENE AUSTIN WILL PLAY
Sororities and League to Serve
Early Morning Breakfasts
Until 3 o'Clock.
With plans for the ninth annual{
Panhellenic ball completed, more
than 3001 couples are expected to,
attend theaffair, which will'be
held from 9:30 to 1:30 o'clock to-
morrow night in the main ballroom1
of the Michigan League. The grand
march, led by Jean Bentley, '33, will
form at 11:30 o'clock. Music will'
be furnished by Gene Austin's vic-
tor recording artists, who will come
directly from a run at the Wi-
wick hotel in Philadelphia. The
band is well. known throughout th
country because of its broadcast-
ing over the NBC network, and- has
also appeared lately ,at the Keith
theatre in New York and at As-
bury Park, N. J.
Have Unpua. Pregr.ins,
Unusual programs in the form of
miniature picture frames, fash-
ioned of striking black leather
trimmed with, a white cord will be
distributed toxnorrov{ night at the
ball.
Decorations of . bronze and yel-
low chrysanthemums and autun
leaves, placed about the room in
huge jardiniers have been plan-
nad, and the whole second floor of
the League has been reserved for
the guests. Refreshments of punch
and wafers will be served. \
Chaperones Announced.
Chaperones for the affair will in-
clude Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven
and Mrs. Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy V. Cram, Dean John R. Ef-
finger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean
Joseph A. Bursley and Mrs. Burs-
ley, Dean Emil V. Lorch and Mrs.
Lorch, and Dean Wilbur C. Hum
phreys and Mrs. Humphreys.
Others included Miss Alice C.
Lloyd, Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. 0.
J. Campbell and Mrs. Campbell,
Prof. Roderick D. McKenzie and
Mrs. McKenzie, Prof. R. D. Hall
and Mrs. Hall, Prof. Philip E. Burs-
ley, Prof. Harvey C. Emery and
Mrs. Emery, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss Ethel Mc--
Cormickt Miss Ellen Stevenson, and
Mrs. John Wannamaker.
Jean Bentley,is Chairman.
The committee in charge of, ar-
rangerents was composed of Jean
'Bentley, 33,';general, chairman,
" Mary Barnett, '33, treasurer, Mar-
gret Schermat, '33, chairman of-
music, Vinselle Bartlett, '33, chair-
man of tickets, Leonore Snyder, '33,
chairman of programs, Adele Ewing,
'33, chairman of"chaperones, Elea-
nor'Robson, '32, chairman of decor-
ations. June Slote, '33, chairman
of refreshments, Agnes Graham,
'32, chairman of publicity, . and
'Marjorie Elsworth, '3, chairman of
floor.
Athena Gives a Bridge
at Meeting in League
Athena, women's speech society,
instead of holding its regular busi-.
ness meeting, met at the Leaguc
buiding for asocial evening. Bridge
was the entertainment furnisled
and refreshments were served. Bar-
bara Shuker, social chairman was
in 'charge.

successful performances on the first!
three evenings of the week of De-
cember 7.
Of special interest should be the
performance of "The Whiteheaded
]boy" by. Lennox Robinson, direc-
tor of the company, since it was
presented here last year under the
direction of the author by students
in the Play Production Department.
The company is ,about twelve-
years old and most of the present
playdrs have been witha them dur-
ng that time, and all of its mem-
bei' received their training with it.
There is- no leading lady or

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playing for the most part only in
Irish Free State for the past few
years, nottevenrappearing in Eng-
land so it is really a wrnderful
achievement for Mr. Windt, head of
the Play Production department, to1
have been able to bring them here.,
HOPWOOD AWARDSl
INTEREST WOMEN
"There is no distinction in the
rules of the Hopwood Awards for,
creative writing between men and
women contestants," stated Prof.
Bennett Weaver, Director of the
Hopwood Awards, in a recent inter-
view.
In the Contest of 1930-31 eight
of the ten major awards were won1
by w o m e n students. Professor1
Weaver says that this is mainly
due to the fact that more women
competed, and does not mean that
women are superior to men in crea-
tive writing. It seems that the wo-
men are more interested in the

Betsy Barbour.
Betsy Barbour will entertain
many out-of-town g u e s t s at
Thanksgiving dinner today. Among
those present will be Mr. George
P. Kessberger of Detroit; Dr. and
Mrs. I. W. Greene, Misses Elizabeth
and Ellen Greene, Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. Owens 'and Dick Owens, all of
Owosso; Dr. E. C. Greene of Rich-
mond; Mr. and Mrs. George Barth
and Miss Betty Barth of Yale, and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Holmes of
Chelsea.
A waffle breakfast will be given
at Betsy Barbour house tomorrow
by Miss Kathleen Hamm, business,
manager of the dormitory, and
Miss Eunice Van Camp, assistant
director of Helen Newberry. Guests
of honor will be Miss Lenore Sulli-
van of Ames, Iowa, and Miss Helen
Frances Wose of Syracuse, New
York. i

halls which would have been held
in Jordan this afternoon is post-
poned.until next week.
Following the custom of last year
a special Thanksgiving dinner for
the women remaining in the dorm-
itory and their guests will be serv-
ed at Mosher Jordan today. The
dining room, will be decorated in
autumn flowers,
In the afternoon there will be a
treasure hunt for the Mosher Jor-
dan women.

PI LAMBDA THI
PRESENTS AW)
Undergraduate Women En
in School of Educatio
Are Eligible.
Xi of Pi -Lambda Theta c
$25 scholarship to one unde
uate woman enrolled in the
of Education. The candida
this award must have a prof
al interest in education, c
scholastic standing, and mus
shown promising ability an
in teaching. For further in
tion concerning this schc
call Esther Belcher at 8808.

NOTICE
Any Sophomore women who
wish to act as hostesses at the
Cabaret please call one of the
following women immediately:
Joan Barnett, 22510; May See-
fried, 22591; M a r y Brimijoin,
23281; Catherine Griffith, 23281.
Eligibility will be checled by the
waitress committee after the ap-
plications have been made.

blossom cake is to b
special. From 6 to 8
dinner, 'sponsored t
Gras, will be served.
Tables accomodati
will be placed aroun
the ballroom, while
the center will, be.
dancing, at five cent:
the Cabaret specialty
League orchestra un
tion of Gail Corbitt
the music. The regu
the League are to s
with the waitress con
Cabaret acting as h
Women at Beloit
been instructed to
men in preference

)e the Cabaret
:30 o'clock the
by the Mardi
ng 225 persons
d the walls of
the space in
roni ed oFf for

at the Ball.

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Your Appearance

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s a dance, and M Martha Cook.
'numbers. The Miss Margaret Smith, social di-
der the direc- rector of Martha Cook, is enter-
will furnish taining Miss Helen Frances Wose
ilar waiters at of Syracuse, New York, over the
serve the food Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Alta
mmittee of the B. Atkinson, director of the dormi-
ostesses. tory, is also entertaining. Her
guest is Miss Lenore Sullivan of
college have Ames, Iowa.
date football Mosher Jordan.
to other stu- Since today is a holiday the reg-

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ular weekly tea

of Mosher Jordan

LITTLE THINGS

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A filmy cobweb of a chiffon lankie
. . . silkily sheer hose . . . a dainty
seed pearl studded bag . . . lingerie
that fits without a wrinkle (under the
flattering curves of your evening
gown . .. Those are the things that
really count toward a smart formal
attire. Those are the things you'll
find at Goodyear's College Shop.

609 EAST WILLIAM STREET

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Burnt Sugar
It's the new dark foriral shade in <
hose, and is it a honey? Also av

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in the lighter Marlene shade.
$1.95.

Priced

If yo write, we bave it.
Correspondence Stationery,
Founton Pens, Ink, etc.
'.pewriters all makes.
Greet % QCads for eveboar.
4 S. State St., Ann Arbr.
kown

After

Thanksgiving Sale!

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After
Thanksgiving
SALE

iariday and Saturday
Are Discontinuing Our $10.95

Quaint and Dainty

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Dress Line'

Are the newest party bags. Embroidered in lovely pastel-shaded

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Wool, Silk and Tweed
Dresses

outlined in eed nearls.

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You'll love them. Priced at $3.50 and $5.

DRESSES

Gloves Are Longer
And longer, but who cares? They're gran
with the long sweeping gowns. In blac
or white kid, 16-button length, $6.95.

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$,795

One for $5.95
JERSEY DRESSES
One and two-piece
One for $2.95
Two for, $5.00

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Custom Made
HATS
French Fur Felts.

TWO DAYS ONLY

Two for $10.00
NEW FALL
SATIN BLOUSES
$4.95-$5.95 Values
Now $3.95 and $4.95
GROUP OF COTTON
AND LINEN BLOUSES
$2.50 Values
$1.88

Formal

Lingerie

$475
Complete

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Friday, Saturday, Nov. 27-28
Every dress a new fall style
and selected from our reg-
ular $12.50 garments"
Wools and crepes in high
colors and black,
Sizes 11 to 20 and 38 to 44.
The
v ogue hoppe
203 East Liberty'

ONE GROUP OF WOOLS,
CREPES AND SATINS
Values to $29.75
$12.75

You'll feel like a million dollars, and
certainly you'll look like it in some
of this new formal lingerie. Of soft
French crepe and Alencon lace, bias.
moulded to emphasize the curves
.. backless, of course. Slips, $395;
chemise, $1.95; brassiere, $1.25.

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$1.95 Chiffon Hose in new Fall shades, French heels, now . ...$1.35
$2.95 Light shades, Mesh Hose, now . $1.
$1.50 Chiffon Hose, new Fall shaes, French heels, now $1.13
$2.95 Imported Fabric Gloves, suede finish, blacks and browns,
All sizes. Now ..................... ......... $1.95

NOTE: Every hat is made on
approval.

Turbans
With intriguing

Group of -Leather Jackets
nd1 Raincoats, at One-Half
p rce
Fir Scarfs, point fox, cross fox, .$125
and .98 values. $..... 48
Red Foxand point fox scarf, form-

Veils

Special Sale in Hats
$10 to $18.50 at $5.95
This includes all popular shades and
materials ,- Youthful and matron
models.
$5.00 to $7.50 at $2.95

They're too Pretty to Use
But you're only supposed to carry them . . . a wisp of a silk or I
hankie adding that flutteringly feminine note that is so devasti
Priced at $,1.25 and $1.50.

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That's the new note in mil-
linery-and not the least

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$15.00

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