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Instrumental in the rapid devel-Accessories for Caps and Gowns
opment of "No Man's Land" is Miss to Be Distributed by
Harriet Brazier, director. That she Senior Society.
can slip into any part in the play, Collars for senior gowns are to
whether it be comedy, tragedy, be placed on sale next week by the
pathos, or farce, is the reason why members of Senior Society, honor-
she has been so adept in handling ary organi7ation for independent
members of the cast and choruses women, in connection with the sale
in preparation for the first per- of caps and gowns at the League
formance, March 28. building.
"That's all wrong. Do it over.b -g
Kick. That's it. Higher. No, do it It is a tradition that the Sen1or
over." And so they do it over and Society shall sponsor the sale of
over, and kicK higher and higher collars. They may b obtained from
until the correct effect is given. t) to 5 o'clock on Monday, Wednes-'
Whenever, theret is something day, Thursday and Friday of next'
Whenverther i ssome weng k. At the same tim )e, tickets for
which Miss Brazier can't get over thetdial te, ticker
by just saying so, she steps up on the traditional Senior~ Supper, and
Sthe stage and goes through the complimentary tickets to the open-
routine, the way she wants it. ing night of the Junior Girls' play
And the same with the speaking will be available.
1 Members of Senior Society met
parts. Miss Brazier has at least 23 Meghr of Jor Hoce. met
different personalities, for in the last night at Jordan Hall. A short
play there are that many speaking business meeting was held over
parts each of which is aylittle dif- which Helen Musselwhite, '32, pre-
ferent from the other. It scarcely sident, presided.
can be said that there are that
many types among the college 'Only Ugly Women Go
woman but she portrays each char- 'Sfys ArCs,
acter so that they can be easily dif- -
ferentiated. "You aren't giving
those lines right," she says, "for you NRThWESt"EVIN - The "Daily
are reading them the way you see Northwestern" .defends the pel-
them as they are printed on the chritude of its co-eds against the
manuscrip~t. You've got to feel, charges of James Montgomery
m. nd that's what she do Flagg, noted artist, who declared
she sublimates herself into every that as far as hi scould sec, all the
part and one momer'. she is the ugly girls came to college.
obstinate heroine, then the plead-
ing hero, then the coy co-ed, and
so on until every personality is THE COLLI
'TAMING OF THE SHREW' AT TRACT S
ANN ARBOR'S SOCIALLY PROMINENT
Formal Attire Marks Opening Julio delToro and Mrs. delToro, who
j fFlyProduction are both identified with much of
the dramatic work done here by
Presentation. little theatre groups, Mrs. Laura
Littlefield, well known in musical
At the formal opening of Play circles here, Dr. Herbert Sadler and
Production's presentation of "The Mrs. Sadler, Dr. Ora Duffendack
Taming Of The Shrew" last eve- and Mrs. Duffendack, Dr. Raleigh
ning many of Ann Arbor's socially Schorling and Mrs. Schorling, Pro-
prominent were recognized among fessor David Mattern and Mrs.
the audience. Mattern, and Dean Wilber Hum-
Professor Michael Pargment and phreys and Mrs. Humphreys.
Mrs. Pargment were there, Mrs.___
Pargment lovely in a black chiffon HST
gown which was heavily beaded.
Her wrap was simply fashioned in IS LECTURE TOPIC
brown velvet richly trimmed in
Mrs. Reed, wife of Thomas H. Mrs. William Brown Will Speak
Reed jr., was charming in pink on Washington Today.
satin and black velvet. Miss Inez
Bozorth, social director of Mosher- Mrs. William Gary Brown of Chi-
Jordan Halls, attended with a party cago will give an-illustrated lecture
of four. Her guests were the Misses on "Historic Washington" at 8
Elizabeth Dean, Edna Geiger, and o'clock today at Hill auditorium.
Mille. Eveline Fournier. Mrs. *Mary The lecture is to be given under the
Buffington, director of Mosher Hall auspices of the Washtenaw Chap-
was in the audience. ter of the Sons of the American
Miss Harriet Brazier, who has Revolution.
recently come to Ann Arbor to Mrs. Brown is an authority on
direct the Junior Girl's Play, was this subject . and has given this
sitting with Miss HelenCheever, same lecture in a great many cities
manager of the Lydia Mendelssohn throughout the country for colleges,
theatre. American Legion, churches and
rThe Ira Smiths were there with schools. The lecture is free to the
Dr. Max Peet and Mrs. Peet. Mrs. public.
Smith wore deep burgundy lace and
Mrs. Peet wore white satin trimmed
with rhinestones. Her wrap was a
gold Venetian shawl with an all-
over design of flowers embroidered
in pastel shades.
Other prominent people who were
seen in the audience were Professor
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