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May 18, 1932 - Image 5

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Ernst Wili Direct Small


Picked Group of Symphony

Musical accompaniment for the
freshman pageant will be furnished
by a small picked orchestra, part;
of the University Symphony Orches-
tra, according to the report of. the
chairman of the music committee.{
The group will be directed by Mr.I
Ernst, and will accompany the
various dances on the pageant pro-
gram. The selections already de-
cided upon are the Gavotte, from
Bach's Sixth Symphony, The Min-
strels, by Debussy,. Ravel's Bleroe,
and the Blue Danube Waltz, which
last will accompany the Strauss
waltz which typifies the renais-
sance section of the pageant.
Will Nomindte New Officers and
Plan for Horse Show
Pegasus will hold a short but im-
portant business meeting at 7
o'clock, Thursday, May 19, in the
League. This meeting is being call-
ed to nominate the officers for next
Plans for the annual horse show
given by members of Pegasus arej
now quite definitely arranged. This
year's event is expected to be one of
the most successful exhibitions yet1
put on by Michigan horsewomen.
The riders have been drilling con-1
tinually and have displayed some
real talent.
The details of the show will be
discussed further at the meet-
ing Thursday. Every member must
be present.
A rapid increase in the number
of women licensed to drive their
own automobiles has been noted in

M EE T a I JE S cr l Selections Show Marked Laughing Dragon" is whimsical and
Ailgty in Form and amusing as well as being excellent
---- b rofcueton. One study done by Francis Young
Installation of New Officers ~.~ . 3.is especially deserving of honorable
and Musical Programrnm BY1C.tJs mention. The "Fears of Man" de-
have asserted themselves pcsDah readSnult
Feature Evening, again. This time it is in the field rctsDeathtGreed, a1l
rechn out to seize Man, who is*
--- c< sculpture. in the annual exhibit trying to avoid their grasp.
Installation of officers of Michi- Lemg given now on the top floor of "Fairy Tales" by Elinor Brock-
gan chapter of Universh y Ddui; University Hall is a selection that bank shows a young girl day
was held last night followmi g a Peai w for erminine skill. dreaming as she listens to the story.
banquet at the League buhi{ Helen Bailey, a first semester sen- It is an idealized study displaying
'Ine officers vhu will direct the e on amus, has a spirit in her the splendid technique of the sculp-
atipmties of the Michigan Dames work, e vd a well developed feeling turess
for next year are: Mrs. Henry Ros. for line and proportion. Her "In-
president; Mrs. Howard WL ,n dian Ha?.: is all action, while
vice-president: Mrs. Marvin Ben- I ?' - peace mcd tranotuillity ini Three Are Admite4d
son, secretary; Mrs. Richard Fullet her "Med taiion." One of her most
treasurer; and Mrs. Clarence Elliot. intceresIg studies is "Playfulness." to Debatiny Society
corresponding secretary. it a life-sized figure of a young
The program for the evening was child prctecting a kitten from the Athena, women's debating soci-
composed of musical selections pre- advancesc of a small but threatening ety. held its initiation cermony last
>ared by a committee under i appy. The lIte child and the night at the League. The initiates
direction of Mrs. Henry Rose who small animaL, makes a delightful were Helen Campbell, 133, Jean
was assisted by Mrs. Paul Harring- composition. Crawford, '33, and Jean Trinn, '34L.
ton, Mrs. Delos Hurrel,, and Mrs. Elinof Linecin displayed several The ceremony was informal, and
John Mfiddleton. Mrs. M(,vin Pike Irea t were noteworthy both was followed by a program includ-
sang accompanied by Miss Alma for their style and originality. Miss ing violin solos by Genevieve Giffey
Phillips, Mrs. Blair Thomas gave Lincoln was born in Shanghai, and readings by Martha Littleton.s
two readings. and Mrs. John Mid- China, and spent her childhood Dorothy Teck was in charge of thel
dleton gave two piano selections, there. Her works are small and program.l
Mrs. Albert Pulley acted as mistres decorative and fantasic. The -MUM
of ceremonies. "Ming Lady" is a delicate, interest-
More than forty members were img iece that would be lovely in STOP!
present at the installation and porcelain. Her "Alice and the A"
banquet. Seven patronesses attend- -j- .!

a house party at the home of Mrs.
Byrl Fox Bacher at Cavanaugh

jJ111I1 ± L1'JV Cosmetics, earrigs, bracelets,-al
lake. The captain of the line of Cotmetics, earrings, bracelets, all
march is Emily Bates. the modern interests of women
Leaders for the junior cla" are were enjoyed by the women of Se-
Jean Bentley, Jean B otsford, Bar- leucia as long ago as the second
baia Braun, and Helen DeWitt. century A.D. An interesting display
Aides are Vinselle Eartlett, Jane
Fecheimer, Elsie G. Feldman, Oath- of these curios is included in an ex-
erine Heesen, Evelyn Neilson, Jane hibit of antiques from this coun-
Rayen, Margaret O'Brien, and Mar- try. The exhibit is now being shown
gret Schermack. in the lower hall show cases of the
Choose H,r Ushers. architectural building.
Leaders for the sophomore class; Among the nany odd things
are Ada Blackman, Ruth Duhme, shown from the Mesopotamian re-
Harriet Jennings, and Frances gion were hairpins of bone and
Manchester. Aides are Elizabeth ivory. They were long and decidedly
Cooper, Corrine Fries, Marian Gid- uncomfortable looking things, with
dings, Josephine McCausey, Grace spindle-like ridged tops. Cosmetic
Mayer, Jean Porter, Ruth Robinson, pots of all shapes and colors have
and Lydia Seymour. been collected; one of the strangest
Leaders for the freshman class of these is a bronze container in
are Nan Diobel, Maxine Maynaru, the form of a bird with the head of
Virginia Salisbury, and Barbara a woman.
Sutherland. Aides are Ruth Brad- I Some of the jewelry, although
nor, Barbara Bate, Virginia Clutf, discolored by age, of course, is not
Btty Mercer, Ann Mitchell, Mary dissimiliar to our jewelry. Most of
O'Brien. Mary Sabin, and Estelle the larger pieces of gold are set
Stan dish with pearls, garnets, and turquoise.
Honor ushers are Louise Allen, The earrings are not strung, but it
33, Aileen Clark, 33, Margaret Fer- is easy to see that they were long,
in, '33, Margaret Keal, '33, Eleanor dangling and mostly bright colors
R.airdon, '32, Annette Rudolph, '33, such as green, purple and coral. One
Pauline Picehiottino, '3', and Helen entire necklace has been preserved;
Tf ravis, '33. it is made up of irregularly shaped
Procedure Outlincei. beads on which had been patterned
Contrary to the usual procedure straight-lined conventional designs.
theLatn Nli t march will pre- : lay cameo in high relief in the
cede the Freshman Pageant an I style common to the Graeco-Roman
there will be no picnic supper. The period is an example of the many
leadeis and aides will escort the i articles in the exhibit which should
members of each class down the he of interest to women. The dis-
i stanrt i roi Observatory St. play will continue to be shown
Thie seniorswl carry lighted lan-{ through May 7.
terns which they will pass on to the
juniors who will in turn carry hoops
which will be given to the sopho-
mores. The block "M"' will be form- T' Y DICKLNS
d and after singing the "Maize -
and lu" each class will go to
a'signed seats in the bleachers
where they will see the FreshmanI
It is planned that the bleachers 1) " 21129
will be divided into five parts. In J r
thp center will be the President's
box where President Ruthven and
Mrs. Ruthven will be with the
patrons and patronesses.

Chinese Scholars W ill
Present Age-Old Play
Chinese students at the U iver=-
sity of Hawaii are presenting a five-r
hundred-year-old play as part ofI
the college's annual prograim con-
sisting of one Japanese play to bet
produced by the Japanese ,tu entsI
one Caucasian play put on by thec
Caucasians, and the Chinese offer- W
ing to be enacted.3

by S eech Sorority
Me ubers of Eta Phi Eta, women's
(pee1 sorority, held short business
meeting last iiight in the Portia
room of Angell hall.
The meeting was adjourned early
that the mrbers might attend the I
poetry readirg centest in which two
of their women participated. Those
women were: Mary Helen McIntosh,
34, and Evelyn Wolford, '33.


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