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'AY, JANUARY 5,1932 THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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APPOINTMENTS FOR
TO U MAl NOW
Tryouts Will Be Held This Week
on . Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday.
ELIGIBILITY N1CESS'ARY
All Junior Women Must Pay
Fee; Miss Brazier to Direct
All Tryouts.
With the arrival of the director,
Midss Harriet Brazier, appointments
and first tryouts, activities for the
1932 Junior Girls' Play are in fill
swing.

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Appointments for tryouts started
yesterday and may be made from
9 to 12 o'clock and from 1 to 4
9'clock today and tomorrow by the
candy booth in University Hall.
Tryouts will be held Thursday, Fri-
day, and Saturday, Jan. 7, 8, 9. On
Thursday and Friday tryouts will
be held from 3:30 to 6 o'clock and
from 9:30 to 12 o'clock Saturday
morning. Dates for the ,second try-
outs will be announced later but
they will probably be about a week
after first tryouts.
Must be Eligilble.
No woman will be able to tryout
for the play unless she is eligible
and it is advised that eligibility- be
checked at the office of the dean
of women immediately. All second
NOTICE
All junior Women who are in-
terested in writing lyrics or mus-
ic for the Junior Girls' Pla
should either call Vinselle Bart-
sett at 3718,or submit the music
to her. A cover design for the
program of t h e play is also
wanted. If any woman has an
idea for a' design she should call
Catherine Heeson at 2-2543.
semester juniors who were not in,
the play last year and all second'
semester sophomores who are not
planning to be in the play next
year are eligible to tryout. All jun-
iors who are on the camhpus for the
first time will have to receive per-
mission from the dean of women's
office.
A health certificate must be re-
ceived from 5r.,Margaret,'Bell, pro-
fessor of physi'al education and
physician to the health service.fThe
one dollar dues must also be paid.
If any woman has not paid she
should get in touch with Barbara
Braun immediately.
According to Miss, Brazier each
tryout should last no longer than
three minutes. Women should bring
either their own accompanist, vic-
trola records or sheet music. Mem-
bers of the cental committee and
the director will judge the perfor-
mances.
Singing, Dancing Unnecessary.
Because of the nature of the play
of which Margaret O'Brien is au-
thoress, it is not necessary that the
tryouts be especially talented in
singing and dancing. There are
several character parts which do
not require the usual type of tryout.
Jean Botsford is general chair-
man of the play and Margaret Fer-
rin is assistant chairman. Barbara
Braun is In charge of the finances.

Famous Women
WILLA CATHER
by1vaitaGlasrcck--
The books of Willa Sibert Cather
make us want tj know their author.
The fact that she has been ac-
claimed the greatest living Ameri-
can nbvelist does not seem to make
her tho less approachable. One can
hardly imagine being on friendly
terms gwith TheodoreeDreiser or
daring to expose oneself to the:
searching satyrism of S i n c 1 a i r
Lewis. And yet when we turn to
the third member of America's
great trio we have a warm sense of
affection, a feeling that we too,
might be included in Willa Cather's
group of friends.
One reason for this is well ex-
p r e s s e d by Elizabeth Sergeant
where she says that Willa'Cather's
works are always transcriptions of
friendships for people or places
she has known. I, is indeed true
that she knows the life that she
creates, and that the profundity of
her vision gives the impression that
she sees character in its entirety.
Miss Cather's understanding of
the people and environment of the l
great middle west is due to the factt
that her girlhood was spend on the
Nebraska prairies. She went to Red
Cloud Nebraska as a small child,
growing up among the people who
now'fill the pages of her books. She
had no formal education until she
entered high school in Red Cloud.
She attended the University of Ne-
braska where she supported her-
self by doing newspaper work, and
'graduated at the age of nineteen.
After working on a Pittsburgh
paper as dramatic critic she was
offered a position as assistant edi-
tor of M.cClure's magazine. She re-
mained in this position until she
had saved enough to give us her
work and devote her time to writ-
ing. ,
Success came to'her; not as sud-
,den popurarity, but as recognition
of noble achievement growing out
of sympathetic observation and
.fidelity to a literary ideal. In each
work Miss Cather has produced
something quite different from its'
predecessor, and yet each is equal-
ly artistic in its individual way.
"One of \Ours" was the Pulitzer
Prize novel of 1922. Equally worth-
while are. "My Autonia," "The Lost
Lady," and "Death Comes for the
Archbishop."
Miss Cather has had degrees con-
ferred upon her by the University
of Nebraska, the University of
Michigan, the University of Cali-
fornia, Columbia, Princeton, and
Yale, in redognition of her out-
standing contribution to American
letters.
Tailored Pyjamas
Lead Style Trend
DAILY ILLINI-Pyjamas have cer-
tainly had ups and downs over
their period of the last couple of
years. Pyjamas for dining and
dancing have lost ground. Wmen
have come to the conclusion that
they are more alluring in skirs.
But for the beach and for tennis
there is much to be said in their
favor. Schiaparelli, champion of
the bi-furcated, offers a new sug-
gestion, t h e dress-length sport
trousers. They are cut on tailored
lines with little extra fullness. Also
there is 'a skirt worn over them as
part of the ensemble.

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