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UMfER6ITY WMEN
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IRISH ACTRESS

hOTESSES DUTIES
Tea To Be Given in Their Honor
at Mosher Hall To-
morrow.
Hostesses for the Sophomore
Cabaret are to be entertained at
a tea to be given in their honor by
Miss Inez Bozorth' director of
Mosher-Jordan hails, at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the Mosherf

Organizations
Zeta Phi Eta.
At a meeting of both the pledges
and actives'of Zeta Phi Eta, nation-
al speech society for women, a pro-
gram was given under the direction
of Alice Schleh, '32, social chair-
man.'
Selections were read by Mary
Pray, '34, Frances Thornton, '32,
and Helen Sailors, '34. The remain-
der of the evening was spent in
singing Zeta Phi Eta songs.
Athena.
fMembers of Athena in the local

Y.W.C.A. HELP,
PLO YMENT
Assistance Is Asked of Citizens
in Finding Positions.
The unemployment situation in
Ann Arbor is being helped by a
committee appointed by the Y. W.
C. A. of this city. This committee
is asking the assistance of every
citizen of Ann Arbor if the remen-
dous task facing them is carried to
a successful completion, according
to thesstatement of Miss Elizabeth
Burgess of the Y.W. C.A.
Already this committee has been

Activities and Program for Year
Will Be Discussed by
Chairmen.
The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion will hold an open meeting at
4 o'clock today at the Palmer Field
house. The object of this meeting
is to familiarize Members of the
association with the activities of
the various-"committees.

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Reception to
Women

Be Given for Three
Distinguished

Among Alumnae.

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MRS. RUTHVEN IS GUEST
Graduates and Former Students
'Are Invited to Club's
First Function.
A receptiop and tea will begiven
by the University of Michigan Club
for Women, honoring three oi
Michigan's distinguished alumnae
on Saturday, December 5th, from
3 to 6 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
James Inglis, 2301 Highland Road.
These alumnae are Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven, Mrs. Beach Conger,
newly appointed secretary of the
alumnae council and Miss Mar-
guerite Chapin, former executive
secretary. All women graduates
and former students of the Univer-
sity are invited to attend. This is
the first function of the year giv-
en by the Women's Club.
New Officers Annourtced. %
The newly elected officers for the
year are Mrs. Charles A. Sink, pres-
ident;. Mrs. Theophil Klingman,
vice-president; Mrs. Donald C. May,
secretary-treasurer.
The committee members who will
serve during the coming year have
been recently appointed by Mrs.
Fink. They are as follows: Fellow-
ship Committee: Mrs. Theophile
Raphael, chairman, Dean Alice,
Lloyd, Mrs. R. V. Moore, and Mrs.'
Henry W. Douglas.
Finance Members Named.
Finance Committee: Miss E;.len
B. Stevenson, chairman, Mrs. Wil-i
liam E. Brown, Mrs. Paul C. Wag-
ner, Mrs. John L. Brumm, and Mrs.
Fred F. Dunham.
Publicity committee: Mrs! Evans
Holbrook, chairman, -Mrs. John
Bradfield, acting chaiiman, Mrs.
Lawrence C. Stuart, Mrs. Herbert-F.
Taggert, Mrs. Darry Bigelow, Mrs.
William Walz -Jr., and Mrs. Archi-
bald Diack, Jr.
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA'
PRESENTS MUSICA
Mrs. Bishop Canfield Entertains
Musical Sorority.

EILEEN CROWE
Actress

dirawing room. chapter are to sponsor the national
A short meeting is to follow the publication for this year under the
tea at which an outline of the du- chairmanship of Eleanor Rairdon,
ies of the hostesses during the '33.
Cabaret is to be given ny Joan :Bar- At the meeting held last night
nette, chairman of the waitress in the Athena room of Angell hall
committee. the pledges submitted original ma-
Women who will be present at terial which might be used in the
the tea are Ruth Colby, Jacqueline magazines. From this material
John, Ruth Latchow, Elizabeth choice is to be made of the staff
Pascoe, Mary Jane Pattison, Hillery to assist Miss Rairdon.
Rarden, Mary Ann Storey, Leonore Plans were made for the initia-
Taussey, Prudence Foster, Harriet tion banquet to be given next week
White, Eleanore Yeagley, Lucille for those women who are to be-
Anderson, Jane Law, Eleanor Allen, come actives. A tentative date for
Jane Fauver, Mary Gibson, Eliza- this affair is Tuesday, Dec. 9 and
beth Griffith, Grace Haxton, ,Iar- it is to be in the League building.
riet Hunt, Ruth Kurtz, Margaret Glee Club.
Lewis, Betty Lyons, Ruth McLearn, A program. was given yesterday
Eleanor Henny, Lotta Stern, Rose afternoon at 4 o'clock by the Uni-
mary aller Lillian Weinman Hel-ersity Girls Glee Club for the Ann
mary VSc , Lillian WeinmaniHes Arbor Women's Club. The enter-
en Scott, Dorothy Ann Williams, tainment was given in the ballroom
Harriet Jennings, Caroline Hyde, of the League Building. Miss Nora
Mary Brimijoin, May Seefnied, Crane Hunt directed the numbers.
Catherine Griffith, Frances Man- ________

Eileen Crowe Plays
Mrs. Glohegan in
'Whiteheaded Boy'
Miss Eileen Crowe, member of
the repertoire company of the Ab-
bey Theatre, will play the part of
Mrs. Glohegan in the "Whitehead-
ed Boy" when the company appears
here next week. The part was play-
ed by Miss Florence Tennant. well
known figure in campus dramatics,
when the, Play Production depart-I
ment presented the play here last
year.
In Irish colloquial 1 a n g u a g e
"whiteheaded boy" denotes whati
Americans call a "mother's darling"
and. the role played by Miss Crowe
is that of the doting mother who
can see no wrong in her son. The
play, which was written by Lennox
Robinson, director of the company
and well known Irish dramatist,
is presented realistically, as all Ab-
bey productions are, thereby giving
emphasis to the geniality of the
Irish temperm-ent. It has been a
great favorite with the company in
their American tour this year, the
first since 1914.
The Abbey Theatre is the nation-
al theatre of the Irish free state
and is the only national theatre in
existee rce. Its players are all Irish
and al(l received their training
there. The efforts of its company
have all pointed towards promoting
realism in the theatre and it has
been from the beginning one of the
chief backers in this movement
which is revolutionizing the theatre
today.
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able to place a number of women Dorothy Elsworth, '32, president
whose families were dependent up- of W. A. A. is in charge of the meet-
on them for support. Miss Bur- ing. Members of the executive
gess named a number of cases in board who will give reports on their
which women secured positions activities and program for the year
thus insuring families against de- are Jean Bentley, '33; Marjorie
pendency on charity. Hunt, '32; Agnes Graham, '32;
The members, of the committee Helen Townsend, '32Ed, Lenore
who are representatives of various Caro, '32Ed; Corrine Fries, '34Ed;
churches and clubs, are: Mrs. T. Elizabeth Cooper, '34; Jean Porter,
R a p h a e 1, chairman, Mrs. E. '34; Jean Perrin, '32; Lydia Sey,.
Schmidt, Mrs. S. R. Holmes, Mrs. mour, '34Ed; Gladys Schroeder, '33;
Estelle Scholey, Mrs. R. D. Forsythe, Glendora Gosling, '33; Susan Man.,
Mrs. Alfred Walker, Mrs. Clifford chester, '32; and Miriam Carey, '33
Woody, Mrs. M. Winkler, Mrs. M. _
Thcmpson, Mrs. Henry Riggs, Mrs. ketball Practice
S. Carson, Mrs. John Shilling, Mrs..~a
Esther Schwab, Miss Florence Good- Will Be Held Today
rich and Miss Elizabeth Burgess. ___
Open day for intramural basket-'
However, the very latest in shoe ball practice will be held this af-
creations are transparent lace shoes ternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock in Bar-
which have recently been introduc- bour gymnasium under Miss Ruth
ed in England. They are designed Hassinger and Miss Marie- Hartwig
for evening wear. Black lace shoes Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock
may be worn on stockingless feet, Delta Delta Delta will meet Kappa
and pile pink shoes with flesh-tint- Kappa Gamma for practice and
ed hose. Mosher Hall will meet Jordan Hall.
At 5 o'clock Adelia Cheever will
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chester, Sally Place, Florence Wea-
ver, Katherine MacGregor, and
Mary Spaulding.
I Women Submit Report
on Prohibition Repeal
DETROIT, Dec. 1.-(IP)-Reports
of more than 40 delegates, members
of the executive committee of the
Women's Organization for Nation-
al Prohibition Reform, on progress
of the campaign for submission of
repeal of the Eighteenth Amend-
ment to a vote of the people, oc,
cupied the first session of commit-
tee meeting at the Book-Cadillac
Hotel today.
Members of the committee repre-
sented state organizations from the
District]of Columbia and 18 states.
They are:
New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Tennessee, Wiscon-
sin, Arizona, California, Delaware,
District of Columbia, Georgia, In-
diana, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Miss6uri,
and Nebraska.

Lace Slippers Are New
Creations for Evening
Shoes as well as dresses have
shown the period influence this
season. It has been especially noti-
ceable in the new evening sandals.:

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AT THE LEAGUE

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Dec. 4 and Saturday,
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Friday,

Luncheon
Saturday, Dec. 5

LEAG UE BA L L 0 0M
GAIL CORBETT'S ORCHESTRA WILL PLAY

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Courtesy of Fingerle Operated

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Actives, alumnae, and patroness-
es of Sigma Alpha Iota, national
music sorority, were guests at a
musical given by Mrs. R. Bishop
Canfield on Tuesday night at her
home at 18130 Washtenaw Avenue.
Mrs. Canfield was assisted by Mrs.;
R. Aigler, and Mrs. G. Langford.
A program was given for the en-
tertainment of the members. Gril-
len, from Fantasiestuck by Schu-
man; Auschwing, from Fantasies-
tuck by Schuman; Les Jardins sous
la Pluic by Debussy were played by
Helen Carol Clark , '34.
Eleanor Phillips, '32, entertained
with Grasses and Roses by Bartlet;
He Shall Feed His Flock, from Mes-
siah by Handel; and Love is the
Wind by Mitchell. Ziltha Lewis,
violinist, presented Andante Sos-
tenuto, from Vieux Temps Concerto
No. 2; Gitana by Kreisler; and
Praeludium at Largo by Kreisler.
Margaret Burke, '33, sang Rose
Softly ,:looming by\ Spohlr; and
Snow Faires by Forsythe. Mary
Elizabeth Dunn, '32, concluded thce
program with Scherzo in G major
by Beethoven; Nocturne in G min-
or by Chopin; and Minstrule by De-
bussy.
Michigan Dames Meet.
a- League Building
Women who are members of
Michigan Dames held a meet ing

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Hankies-Hand
and formals.

Affair Will Open on December 51
. t Harris Hall.
Women of the St. Andrew's Guild
are sponsoring .a bazaar to be held
on Friday and Saturday of this
week at Harris hall.
The bazaar will be officially open- I
ed en Friday at 1:30 o'clock by Mrs.
James MacDonald at which time
the various booths for baked goods,
candy, dolls and other articles will
be open. That evening the coffee
shop will be open from 7:30 until
9 o'clock. On Saturday the featuro
of the day is the luncheon to be f
served from 11:30 until 3 o'clock.
Under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Esther Johnsor a cabaret is being
prepared to be presented on both
days.
The committee in charge of this
affair consists of the following:
Mrs. Raymond Spokes, general
chairman, Mrs. M. Kent Miller, Miss!
Pansy Johnson, Mrs. Harry R. Coo-
ley, Mrs. Frank Ohiinger, Mrs. Ar-
thur Schurz, Mrs. Emil Arnold, Mrs.
John C. Frost, Mrs. Roberson and
Mrs. William Krag.

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Room of the League building. The zation are those women whose hu -
persons who make up this organi- bands are students on'this campus.

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AND THE PRESS!

The Revelers have quite taken London by storm. Their debut
was an enormous success. They are quite the best male singers we
have heard.--London Times.
The Revelers are, in my o-inion, the finest vocal quintet to ap-
pear in England.-Grenock Telegram, England.

A new technique of ontal combination . . . equally-yes more
-enjoyable upon the stage.-Philadelphia Inquirer.
male quartet.-Akron Times.
I doubt if four more snlendid vocies were ever combined in a
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