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FIRST OF TRYOUTS
TO BE CONDUCTED
FROM, JAN.17 TO 8
Women .Must Have Eligibility
Checked Before They
Start Tryouts.
DUES MUST BE PAID

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Miss Harriet Brazier, Director,
Will Be Present for
Tryouts.
Junior Girls' Play activities will
get into full swing immediately af-
ter vacation with appointments
and tryouts.
Appointments for first tryouts
.will be from 9 to 12 o'clock and,
from 1 to 4 o'clock, Monday, Tues-
day, and Wednesday, Jan. 4, 5, 6,1
in University Hall. Tryouts will be
from 3 to 6 o'clock Thursday and
Friday, Jan. 7, 8, and from 9 to 12
o'clock Saturday, Jan. 9. Dates for
second tryouts will be announced
later but they will probably be
about a week after first tryouts.
Eligibility Should be Checked.
No woman will be able to tryout
for the play unless she is eligible
so it should be checked immediate-
ly after vacation. All second semes-
ter juniors who were not in the play
last year and all second semester
sophomores who are not planning
to tryout nexthyear are eligible for
the play. All juniors who are on the
campus for the first time will have
to receive permission from the
dean of women's office.
A health certificate must be re-
ceived from Dr. Margaret Bell, pro-
fessor' of physical education and
physician to the health service. The
one dollar dues must also be paid.
If any woman has not paid she
should get in touch with Barbara
Braun.
Miss Brazier to Arrive Jan. 4.
According to Miss Harriet Brazier,
director, who will arrive in Ann Ar-
bor- Jan. 4, each. tryout should last
no longer than three minutes.
Members of the central committee
and the director will judge the per-\
formances.
The central committee is plan-
rinz to work on the lMy during
Christmas vacation. M a r g a r e t
O'Brien, authoress, is working on
the dialogue and Vinselle Bartlett,
chairman of music is arranging ly-
rics and songs.
FIOCKS OF WHITE
NEW STYLE. TREND

ART EXHIBIT IN AL
HALL BRINGS FA
Early History of United States
Portrayed in Paintings
by Benton.
Many favorable comments have
been made upon the Art exhibit
which is now being shown on the
second floor of Alumni Memorial
Hall.
The paintings by Thomas Hart
Benton may be divided into two
groups. The first composed of sev-
en large canvases portrays the
Early History of United States and
includes paintings by the titles of:
Discovery, Prayer, Aggression, Re-
tribution, Struggle of Wilderness,
On the Mountains.
The second group, in the South
gallery, is smaller. It is composed
of the much discussed mural dec-
orations used in the Directors room
of New York School for Research.
For this reason many limitations
have been imposed upon the art-
ist. These paintings represent the
numerous recreational and occupa-
tional activities of America. So
much material is included in each
panel that it is difficult to title
them. In general they refer indi-
vidually to cotton, lumber, oil fields I
and the west, coal, steel, city and
ship building. One panel is devoted
to instruments of power and two
describe urban live with emphasis
on its diversions. They are, in brief,
a perspective of American life, with
all its gusto, vitality, and crudity,
at its most blatant height. It is.
America seen at its work and play,
in unmitigated inelegance. Benton
'Detachable' Effect
New Note in Last
Fars for the Season

UMNI MEMORIAL
VORABLE COMMENT

meant his painting to be bold and Stressed inSchools
restless. He desired to compose the
disparate episodes into a contin- -
uous and fluid arrangement. The Polish women have all the ad- Adelia Cheever
attainment in these murals is vantages possessed by American Residents of Adelia Cheever held
masterful. Intelligent observation women, especially in the field of their Christmas dinner Wednesday
of molding have been woven into education, according to Madame evening. Guests at the dinner in-
the episodic pattern, how they Anna Leliwa, Polish educator and cluded Dr. Washburn, Prof. and
punctuate the activities yet do not social worker. Madame Leliwa is in Mrs. E. R. Sunderland, Prof. L. C.
interrupt the continuity. The in- Karpinski, Miss Jeannette Perry,
iterrstthcontinsuweithevin- Ann Arbor to superintend an ex- Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Prof. and Mrs. E.
tensity of color as well as tbce vio- hibit-bazaar of Polish embroideries C. Goddard, and Miss Katherine
bute to the stimulant givencnThe which will be held from 10 o'clock Rosewarne. After the Christmas
are beyond question the most excit- tomorrow morning until 10 o'clock I play music was furnished by two
ing and provocative frescoes in at night in Pilgrim hail, of the women residents.
meria. pThe Alice Martin scholarships
A i"Vocational tendencies are espe- were awarded to Frances Rorick,
An exhibition of "Sculpture of cially stressed," she stated, "a girl '34, Frances Rosewarne, '33, Anne
Our Modern Times" assembled by begins to learn a trade while she is Sorenson, '33, and Barbara Bullard,
the College Art association ispshown in high school. Almost all of the '34. These scholarships are given
professions are open to women, annually to the women selected
and there are many noted lawyers from the house.
and doctors." Mosher Jordan
N T RAM1 T T RAL "Their forms of recreation are as Mosher Jordan halls entertained
varied as they are over here, and at a Christmas dinner Wednesday
TNTERCLA SS Polish women are particularly fond evening. The dining rooms were
of outdoor sports. Tennis is a fav- decorated in keeping with the
orite game. Dancing, of course, is Christmas motif. During dinner
N EW S popular, and the American movies Barbara Rose, '34, and Margaret i
are well attended," she said. Beckett, '34, entertained the guests'
"The little theatre movement has with a number of songs. I
The best game so far in the intra- been retarded somewhat of late, but After dinner a play entitled'
mural basketball round robin was its development has not been seri- "L'Opera Comique," written by Hill-
played yesterday afternoon between ously interfered with. Drama is ery Rarden, '34, a resident of Jor-
Mosher Hall and Jordan Hall. Jor- considered to have an educational dan, was given in Jordan hall. The
dan Hall defeated Mosher Hall 19 value, and it is encouraged wher- women taking part in this play
to 9. It was a fast game and close, ever possible," she concluded. were Amy Barton, '34, Jeannette Al-
despite the final score. Laura Som- Madame Leliwa is exhibiting an bracht, '34, Leah Ackerman, '34,
mer, '33, was the high point scorer, unusual collection of all types of Josephine Day, '34, Mary Reif, '34,
and Esther LaRowe, '32, also played embroidery, made by pupils in Pol- Alta Place, '34, Ruth Weinstraub,
well for Mosher Hall. For Jordan ish schools. These children are re- '35, Dorothy Shauman, '35, Dorothy
Helen Brenner, '33, was the high ( patriates returning from exile in Kopf, '33, and Carol DeBoos, '34.
point scorer. Florence Bonisteel, '33, Siberia and Japan. The work is ex- Elizabeth Walz, '35SM, played the
also played a nice game. ceptionally fine, and the designs are necessary accompaniment on the
Kappa Kappa Gamma defaulted talken from peasant motifs made up piano.
to Delta Delta Delta. At 5 o'clock into patterns by prominentartists. In Mosher hall at 10:30 o'clock
Sigma Kappa defeated Kappa Al- the residents held their Christmas
pha Theta is a very one-sided game,1 Film Stars Ordered party. Katherine Leopold, '34SM,
the cor beng 4 to9. aur J.played the piano for the singing of
Khe score4be ad24 tmost po9nts. to Appear in oUrt Christmas carols and for the other
for Theta. Pauline Eilber '33 --- entertainment that required music.r
played well for Theta also. For Sig-' LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17.-(AP)- The tango was danced by four
ma Kappa Esther Loucks, '32, and Warning that a bench warrant will women who had taken part in the
Hazel Saul, '32, played a nice game. be issued unless they appear in Sophomore Cabaret. These women
Sigma Kappa's guarding was poor federal bankruptcy court today has were Lenore LeGendre, 34, Isabel
but their forwards were fast. Most been given Rosetta and Vivian Bonicave, '34, Mary Helen McIntosh,
of their goals were made in the Duncan, stage and screen actress- '34, and Carol Hanan, '34. A story
first half. I es, by Referee Rupert Turnbull. entitled "Santa's Mistake" was told
In the results of Wednesday's The sisters were to have submit- by Lois Benson, '32. At the end of
game Alpha Omicron Pi defeated ted Wednesday to an examination the party popcorn balls and candy
Theta Phi Alpha 16 to 10. This was of assets and liabilities in connec- canes were found on the Christmas
a close game but neither team tion with their voluntary bank- tree for all the guests.
played exceptionally well. ruptcy petition, but sent word they Yesterday afternoon the Mosher l
At 5 o'clock Delta Zeta defaulted were unable to appear. Jordan residents entertained at a
to Alpha Epsilon Phi. Alpha Xi Del-
ta defeated League I, 22 to 17. Jean
Botsford, '33, was high scorer for
the winning team. Avis Todd, '33
played a nice game as guard. For
the Independents Rita Gaber, '33,
and Genevieve Lawson, '33, made
the most points. Both played well.
Nwfi irn,

Christmas tea dance which was
held in Jordan hall. Mrs. Shirley
Smith and Althea Walker, graduate
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Polish Women Have
Vocational Training

resdnt of the nan, poured. Ted Competition.
Kopke furnished the music for the
dancing. Women who are members o:
The women who assisted in serv- varsity debate squad will, pai
ing at the tea were Leah Ackerman, pate in a large number of del
'34, Josephine Day, '34, Rosamund immediately after the vaca
Martindale, '34SM, Dorothy Helling, Many of these debates are prat
'34, Ruth Macomber, '35, Magdalen which will prepare the varsity
Donnelly, '33, Harriet Crow, '35, baters for final discussions t
Elizabeth Walz, '35SM, Dorothy held with Northwestern and
Rundell, '34, Alice Niederstadt, '32- 1 ana universities.
Ed, Alice Howarth, '33M, Ruth The first Tuesday after vac:
Weinstraub, '35, and Noel Barron, an affirmative team compose
'35. Alice Schleh, '32, Maxine Gi
Alpha Gamma Delta. '33, and Dorothy Davis, '33, wi
Alpha Gamma Delta is giving a to Adrian to debate with a neg
Christmas diner in honor of their team from Adrian college.
pledges this evening. A tree, and Within the following two a
red and green decorations will car- the affirmative team will also
ry out the Christmas effect. practice in debates with the M
Alpha Omicron Pi. gan State Normal College at S
Alpha Omicron Pi held their an- lanti and Detroit City College.
nual formal in honor of their During the second week of
pledges last Saturday evening. A uary the negative team on w
Christmas party was given Wednes- are: Tean Hagaman, '33, C1
day evening in honor of the pledges. saxer, '33, and Dorothy Danieis
Delta Zeta will go to Albion to meet an afI
Delta Zeta had their annual ative group. All of these del
pledge formal last Saturday in hon- are on the question of complet
or of the pledges and new initiates. dependenge for India which h
Chaperons for the affair were Miss varsity question for this year.
Agnes Barker, house mother, Miss , -__-_-
VIMarinn MPPIench Mrc J ;n t Mme

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PLANNED_'FOR ,,TE
Aim of Discussions to Pre
Women for Collegiate

By B. A. C., '34.
Furs are not only used this sea-
son with regard for beauty and
effect, but also with regard for
practicability. Fur scarves on coats
are decidedly chic. However, the
newer ones have an especial attrac-
tion. They are detachable, and may
be used with woolen dresses as well.
Then, too, there are just small
notes of fur being introduced into
the frocks, a bow on a collar, for
example adding much of interest.
Fur trimmed cuffs are also de-
tachable. Those used on one's coat
may be used equally well on one's
dress. Some of the very newest
cuffs may be fastened together in
such a way as to form a muff.
Fur vestees are also used with
dark woolen dresses. Ermine and
broadtail, either in a detachable
vestee, or as an actual part of the
dress are very attractive.

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Eacharen, and Professor and Mrs.
Briar.
CHIFONA
HOSIERY
CHIFFON AND 1
SERVICE
85c to $1.95
GLOVES
CAPE AND KID
$1.95 to $5.00
THE
ILAURA BELLE SHOP R
M~Sate at Liberty t4

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Flat Crepe
Featured

and Clinging Silk
for Debutantes.

NEW YO R K, Dec. 17.-(A)-
Whitet For the debutante there
are frocks of white flat crepe and
clinging white silk lace.
For the young society matron
there are gowns of heavy white ros-
hanara crepe and lustrous satin.
For the dowager there are gowns
of soft ivory velvet and chiffon.
Martin and white fox are used
a great deal for trimming on the
sleeves. On one dress martin was
used for a stiff, big bow at one side
of the waist.

SUPERIOR
MILK and ICE CREAM
Special Brick
Vanilla-Christmas Tree Center
PUNCHES-FANCY MOLDS
Phone 23181

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recognized throughout the Christian
world than that occuring next Fri-
day.
W1[4e hope that in respecting this
day you will carry with you the best
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