WEDNESAJUNE 1, 1932 THE M ITC HTICA N DAILY
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Awards of Hopwood
Writing Contest Won Seen on
by Graduate Women I
. _ Decoration Day1
Anemarie Persov, Grad., of De- come opportunity
troit and Dorothy Tyler, Grad., also dressed woman on
of Detroit won two of the major play new summeri
awards in the Avery and Jule flop- is, as ever, popular
Campus SOPHOMORES MEET
provides a wel-TO DISCUSS SCRIPTS
for the well-
campus to dis- Qualities of Play Writing Topic
fashions. White of Meeting Led by J.G.P.
in the realm of Chairman.
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wuud writing cuntest. iss Tyler sports. One young ladyo u c
was awarded $2,500 for her novel, quaintance, after acquiring a beau- Women interested in submitting
"Relic of Hilda," and Miss Persov tiful coat of tan on certain well- manuscripts for the 1933 Junior
was awarded the same amount for frequented tennis courts chose a Girl's Play met yesterday afternoon
her book of poems entitled "Sea very sheer sweater of extremely at the League. Diiscussion was led
Swallows." , open weave which accentuated by Frances Manchester. '34, general
Miss Tyler lives in Detroit and charmingly the new ruddiness of chairman of the production.
comnmutes for classes. She is tak- her complexion. A slim white skirt At an early meeting of the gener-
ing Prof. Clarence D. Thorpe's Eng- of flannel worn with sun-tan
lish 166, "Studies in criticicsm from stockings and white shoes of the al committee it was decided to at-
the lyrical ballads to the present." novel suva cloth gave the desired tempt areview next year instead
usul msial omey.The
Miss Persov took her undergrad- finishing touches to the ensemble. of thage usualmusicale comedy. The
uate work at the Detroit City Col- ---bipitebe aciev through sty-
legc and majored in English. Sh fAifinets seems to be thehkeynote lized scenery and costuming. The
plans to continue her graduate of to day's styles in hats shoes andIwrtnofhebkwadicsd
work in Ann Arbor and to write j gloves. In fact the craze for mesh from this angle.
here so that she can have criticism.materials which once was limited Some of the more ;significant
"I do not feel independent enough to covering for shapely legs is'pro- technical points of play writing to
to start writing alone," she said. gressing with such speed that we be watched in the development of
She wrote some of the poems in her wonder if one piece bathing suits the play were pointed out. Those
"Sea Swallows" during the first and I were so bad after all. For to our who wish to turn in manuscripts
second semesters of this year but astonished gaze on the famous ver- but were unable to attend the
many of them are revised from anda of 'Heaven' Hall recently we meeting should prepare them and
those she has written during all of saw the most complete outfit of I have them ready for submission by
her school career open work materials yet found. In the early part of October.
Ruth Duhme, '34, and Barbara a deliciously cool shade of green The book will be selected anony-
Paton, '34, each won minor awards the wearer had :;elected a two-piece mously by members of the central
of $250 in the poetry contest, Miss sport frock of small net-like wool committee, and Miss Alice Lloyd,
Duhme for her "Voice Crying and crepe, accentrated with crisp bands dean of women. It will later be
Other Poems" and Miss Paton for of white pique on collar and cuffs. submitted to some members of the
her "Flo and I" and other poems. A clever little slouch hat of green department of English for criticism
Miss Duhme is majoring in English also exposed through its large per- and approval. Since none of the
and has a teaching position in St. forations the lovely blonde hair be- judges will know the authors of any
Louis, her home town, when she neath. Lacy stockings, cool mesh of the plays it is felt that a less
graduates. She intends also to con- loves and light sandals of suva prejudiced choice can be made and
tinue writing. Miss Paton is unde- cloth completed the p i c t u r e---. that the play of most merit will be
cided as to what subjects she will "Cool as a cucumber," was the ex- selected.
specialize in, although she intends pression we thought of as we pass- The author of the book chosen
to continue her English courses. ed on. will become a member of the Cen-
tral Committee and will be asked
Cotton Bandannas Another outfit of nunter s green to attend all rehearsals of the cast
Are Latest Hat "ads ;with a heavy woolen skirt and during the earlier rehearsals in or-
Agreen sued jacket looked smart der to make any revisions neces-
--I-with a small felt swagger hat. sary.
Old Wrap-Around Turban Re- -I-- --
.S9o c iety N ot es...
Alpha Omicron Pi. ronesses, and a few friends of the itt, of Detroit, president of t
Alpha Omicron Pi entertained sorority, alumnae association, will be I
three guests during this last week- Harriet Clarke, the president- principal speaker at the affair.
end. Miss Ruth McLearn, Miss Eli- elect of Sigma Eta Chi, and Mar-
bendM Rth Mnsorn, d Miss Et~garet Swetnam entertained the Sigma Kappa.
zabeth Munson, and Miss Betty guests with a group of songs. Mrs.
Rowe, all of Niagara Falls and two C. O. Davis poured and Misses Eli- At a dinner party given 1
alumni: Miss Jane Boswell of zabeth Robertson, the retiring pres- Thursday night at the Sigma Ka
Flint and Miss Grace Babeck of ident, Jean Miln, and Ruth Almond pa house, the engagement of i
assisted in the receiving line. TrheChlot om
Cleveland. tea given by Mrs. Tinker climaxedCharlotte Manchester of Bloomir
the activities of the sorority for ton, Ill., to Anthony Hosevor w
Kappa Delta. this year. announced.
Honoring the seniors, Kappa Del- Zeta Tau Alpha. The engagement of Miss Ma
ta entertained at a breakfast dance g a r e t Eidson, '33, of Berr:
monday morning. Out of town Zeta Tau Alpha will hold its Springs, Mich., to Dr. Wallace St
guests included: the Misses Kather- Founders' Day banquet Thursday, senson of the Blodgett Hospital
guests I jt~~~~ i~c 2. The sorority colors, blueseonfthBodttHpia
e Moore and Frances Miller of silvr, will be observed in the Grand Rapids has been announ
Detroit; and Jean Kinney and Zora flowers and tapers. Mrs. Lee Hew- recently.
Warzen of Michigan State College.
A white and green color scheme
was used in the decorations.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Davis en-
tertained at a dinner Thursday
night honoring the seniors at their
home on Geddes Road.
Sigma Eta Chi.
Mrs. A. D. Tinker, sponsor of Sig- )
ma Eta Chi, Congregational Church
sorority, announced the engage-
ment of Marian G. Barrow, '34, and C.oiCa ata3 UJ0
Edwin R. Warner, '33, at a tea given - ~ ~ hI
at the League Sunday afternoon in k(COn h~lp
honor of members, alumnae, pat- tU 'Ce oos& ,
placed by New Headgear.
23 Teams Enter. If you want to be individual this
year as far as head-gear is con-
Twenty-thiree teams entered the cerned take heed of the little ban-
ournament originally. The round danna summer hats that are made
obin was held for two weeks, each of bright cotton to match your
ram playing three games. Sixteen favorite active sports dress. They
eamrs won two out of a possible are "just the thing" for a strenuous
hree games to enter the straight game of tennis or golf when you
limination. This has continued for want to look smart. They are just
be past two weeks. After the first as careless as the former wrapped-
efeat a team was eliminated from around bandanna with some of the
be running in the second round. straggely ends or bulges.
The tournament has been con- Individuality can be gained by
ucted with the aid of Miss Ruth such little things. Take handbags,
Iassinger and Miss Marie Hartwig, for instance. A large roomy bag
nstructor in physical education. made of cotton of some gay color
is effective as the only relieving
NOTICE note for an all white costume. And
mesh gloves that develop a few
There will be a meeting of the decorative buttons are so inex-
central committee of the 1933 pensive and so feminine that they
Jumior Girl's Play Thursday af- can not help being a boon to any
ternoon at 4:00 in the League. summer wardrobe.
All members must attend unless _
they have previously presented The bonded indebtedness of state,
an adequate excuse. county and municipal governments
J. G. P. Committee in California is estimated at a per
capita debt of $154.35.
rest safely among
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