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FEBRUARY 25, 1932,

THE MICHIdAN

DAILY,

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Choruses of "No

Man's

Land"

Announce

ARY PHILLIPSAND VIRGINIA KOC.IH
CHOSEN TO PLAY LEADI1NG RHOLES

inselle Bartlett, Betty

Van Horn, Eleanor

Riker, Alice Boter, Parrish Riker,
Play Principal Parts.

Twenty-three women have been chosen for the cast of "No Man's
Land," 28th annual Junior Girls' Play, according to an annod ncement
xnade yesterday by Miss Harriet Brazier, director. Mary ; Phillips will
take the part of the woman lead and Virginia Kocl will play tlie male
lead.
Vinselle Bartlett and Betty Van Horn have been selected for the
comedy leads and Eleanor Riker, Alice Boter, Parrish Riker, Marian
Heald, Elinor Loc-:e, and VIary Beth
Hickman have other major cast Directs Activities
parts.
Other speaking parts have been
assigned to Ruth Stesel, Jeanne
Reed, Virginia Murphy, Jeannette
Albrecht, Glendora Gosling, Harriet :k
Holden, Mary Ann McDowell, Har-
riet Long, Edith Carlin, Erie Weber,"
Laura Miller, Helen De Witt, and{
Ethelyn Miller.:
98 to Take Parts.
There will be a total of wom-
en in the choruses totaling 98 for
the entire performance. Members
of the cast and choruses have been
rehearsing for the last few weeks
under the instruction of the 'dance
chairman and Miss Brazier.
Following is a list of the women
in choruses: Helga E. Sahlmark,
Nancy Ellen Reed, Wilma Clizbe.
Florence Reed, Dorothy Reinart,
Pauline Eilber, Eleanor Welsh, Es-

Michigan, Will Hold
Conference D ea te
In the first conference debate of
the season Michigan's varsity nega-
tive team of women will meet the
University of Indiana at Blooming-
ton tonight.
The question being discussed in
this debate is: Resolved that India
be granted' immediate independence
from Great Britain. This proposi-
tion is the subject ford women's de-
bate in all of the mid-western uni-
versities.
Women who will debate for Mich-
igan are: Dorothy - Daniels, '32,
Gladys Baker, '33, and Jean Haga-
man, '33. Miss Daniels who is to
be third speaker in the debate .to-
night was a member of the team
which defeated Ohio university last
year in a conference contest.
Miss Hagaman who will be sec-
ond speaker in tonight's contest
was also a member of last year's
winning team. Miss Baker has had
previous:experience in debte 'at Ste-
phens College for Women, Mo-
In the debate with Indiana last
year which was held in Ann Arbor
Indiana won a detision over Michi-
gan. In the contest this year'Prof.
Claude Siffert, head of the speech
department at Butler university,
will act as judge.
The debate tonight will complete
the season for the negative team,
Regept Esther Cram
to Entertain at Tea

COUNTESS TOLSTOY
Reception at Alpha Chi Omega,

to Be Given.

V SOCI ETY<

Luncheon at

Several interesting social affairs
have been planned to honor Count-
ess Alexandra Tolstoy, daughter of
the famous novelist, who will lec-
ture at 8 o'clock tonight in Hill au-
ditorium.
Miss Tolstoy will arrive this aft-
ernoon. While here she will be the
tiouse guest of Dr. and Mrs. Onder-
tionk. Immediately following her
lecture this evening she will be
honored at a rebeption at'the Alpha
Chi Omega house when bout one
hundred friends of that sorority
and of Dr. Onderdonk will be pre-
sented to ber.
Tomorrow noon there will be a
luncheon given for her in the
League by the Tolstoy League which
anybody desiring to meet her may
attend. Tickets for it are on sale at
the Main Desk in the League.
It is due to the efforts of Dr.
Francis Onderdonk, of the College
of Architecture, that the Women's
League, which is sponsoring the lec-
ture is able to bring the Countess
here.

League

Chi Omega
Chi Omega entertained ten guests
at a rushing dinner last night. To-
night the sorority will entertain ten
more rushees at dinner. j
Delta Delta Delta.;
Delta Delta Delta entertained
Miss Avis Pitts from Cleveland, 0.,
as a house guest last week end.
Monday night a midnight spread
was given in her honor. Thursday
night the sorority will entertain
guests at a rushing dinner. Wed-
nesday night Mrs? Horace King,
Professor and Mrs. Walter Reichart,
Professor and Mrs. Dwight Dumond,
Professor and Mrs. Arthur Bromage,
Professor and Mrs. Stephen Att-
wood, Professor and Mrs. Shirley
Allen, and Professor and Mrs,
Thomas Reed were honored at din-
ner.
Delta Gamma.
Delta Gamma will entertain six
guests at a rushing dinner Friday
night. Yellow tapers and spring
flowers will be used as table decora-
tions. The sorority entertained Miss
Betty Ketcham, province secretary,
as a house guest last week end.
Sunday night a buffet supper was

given in her honor.
Delta Zeta.
Delta Zeta entertained two house,
guests last week end: Miss Helen
Casandy of Highland Park, Michi-
gan, and Miss Alberta Shank of
Dayton. Ohio. '
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained
four guests at a rushing diiner
Wednesday night. Spring flowers
and tapers decorated the table. Sat-
urday night the sorority will holdf
a formal dance. Dr. and Mrs. Theo-
phil Klingham, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
-Tighley. and Mrs. Franklin, the
house chaperone, will act as chap-
erones
Jordan Hall.
Jordan Hall will entertain at tea
Thursday, at which Miss Van Camp
and Mrs. Florence Tousey, directors
of Helen Newberry, will pour. The
graduate corridor in the hall will
have charge of the arrangements.
Those on the committee are Marion.
,Babbs, Gwendoline Miller, Helen,
Hungerford, Vera North, Ester Por-
ter, Helen Warner, Althena Walk;r,
Helen Keyes, and Helen Tackabu: :';
,chairman.

SPORT CAMPAIGN
WILL BEGIN FIRIDAY
Name Membership Committee;
Will Aid Applicants
to Membership.
t Members of the committee on
membership for the Women's Ath-
letic Association campaign were an-
nounced yesterday. They are Alice
Stryker, Helen McCarthy, '32, and
Dona Becker, '34. Susan Manchest-
er, '32, is general chairman.
From Monday to Friday next
week, the W. A. A. office .in the
League building will be open from,
3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, and some mem-
ber of the committee will be present
to take care of those who wish to

become members.
The campaign will begin Friday
at a tea and fashion show which
will be held at 4 o'clock in the
lounge of the Palmer 'Field house:
A display of fashionable spring ap-
parel will be given at this time. The
Pack Wallin company of Detroit- is
furnishing the clothes for the show-
ing.

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Members
Regent Esther Cram will enter- Ate nd
tam at a tea from 4 to 6 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in the Grand MeiAbers o
Rap/ds room of the Michigan riding society,
League. This is to be an informal Mr. and Mrs.
occasidn and members of $he uni- musical ride o
versity faculty, students, and resi- This ride h
last semester i
dents of Ann Arbor are invited to this week on
attend. I examinations.

of Pegasus
Musical Ride
f Pegasus, women's
were the guests of
Guy Mullisont at a
an Tuesday night.
ad been planned for
but was postponed to
account of semester

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NOTICE
Following is a schedule of re-
hearsals for today for the chor-
uses of "No Man's Land."
Chorus 6 4:30 o'clock
Chorus 1 3:30 o'clock
Chorus 2 4:30 o'clock
Sam and the Chorus and the
women who have girls' speaking
parts will rehearse at 4 o'clock.
Frank and Earnest will meet at
7:15 o'clock, and Chorus 8 and
all the men parts will meet at 8
o'clock.
elle Goldstein, Myra Sarasohn,
lizabeth Shull, Margaret Hean
3rown, Virginia McComb, Dolly J.
Zobbins; Mary Elizabeth Wagner,
)orothy Backus, Lucille Benz, Mar-
aret Fuller, Catherine Fitzpatrick,
xene E. Neer.
Choruses Chosen.
Jane Rayen, Jane Robinson, Miri-
nm Carver, Elizabeth Eaglesfield,
Catherine Wright, Terry Fiske,
blly Walker, Carol Savery, Ann
rerner, Florence Bonisteel, Helen
3renner, Mary Marshall, Elizabeth
Pert, Eleanor Dwinell; Sylvia Miller,
arah Sherwood, Lillian Higgins,
,eonore Snyder, Eleanore Schwartz,
Margaret Eidson, Rosalie McKinney,
Zuth Birdseye.
Jean Barridge, Olive- Randall,
)oristance Giefe ,, Elizabeth Dus-
eau, Laura Finley, Jane Mitchell,
,oldie Lightfoot, Rena Krause, El-
ie Hoffmeyer, Claire Trussell, Alice
Mahnke, Margaret Jondro, Ruth
Jnsworth, Helen blsen, Jean Sehler,
rma Kowisto, Catherine Rentschler,
thelyn Tyson, Mary Ann Watrous,
Marjorie Johnston, Elizabeth Ladd,
forma Hicks, Jean Rosenthal, Elea-
lore Gilmore, Jean Champion, Alice
tryker, Elizabeth Taylor, Mildred
;resswell, Evelyn Lehman, Mary
Vatts, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Lay-
in, Jean Thalman, Claire Sliney.

Jean Botsford, '33 general chair-
man of the 1932 Junior Girls' Play,,
who, in conjunction with the mem-
bers of her central committee and
Miss Harriet Brazier, the director,
is ini gharge of the' work of the pro-
ductiln.
Athena Holds Meeting
for Semester Tryouts
Athena, women's speech society,
held a meeting Tuesday night ih
the Athena room of Angell hall to
hear try-outs for thy second semes-
ter.
The try-outs for this group pre-
sented the play, "Neighbors," by
Zona Gale under the directipn of
Ruth Morrison. Tho e women who
were'asked back -for second try-opts
to be held Mar. 8 are: Helen Camp-
bell, '33, Edith Carlin, '33, Olive
Randall, '33, Jean Crawford, '33,
Edna Miller, '33, and Marjorie John-
ston, '33.

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Headquarters for all varie-
ties of Cut Flowers and
seasonable blooming plants.
The University
Flower Shop, Inc.

to 10 p. m.

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Phone 9055

Funeral sprays, wreaths and spe-
cial designs.
Flowers wired to all parts of the
civilized world. Guaranteed de-
livery.
Use your phone, it is handy.

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You will be charmed by the vari
for Spring shown at Schiller's.

ty of hats
new store
WV

IT'S "TELEPHONE
HOM NGHT"
John is talking with the folks, learning how they all are,
and getting the "low down" on the news from home.
And the folks; in turn, are enjoying their visit with hir\.
It is almost like being together.

Down, with romanticism.
On with simplicity and
classicism. So dictate, -
Fashion, and so .do -we
take up the banners in
our Spring collection of
new fashions on view for
the first time tomorrow.
It's a show that you will
not want to miss. Fash-
ions have undergone such
definite changes that
there if a complete ne
story to tell, and you'l
want to be one of the first
to know all about it. So
come to our Fas h i on
Promenade from 8 to 10
Thursday evening. See
the new clothes fbr your-
self, then treat yourself
to a new Spring ensem-
ble. For you won't be
able to resist . . . the
prices are so appealmgly
low.

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hats possible
a t distinct
savings is a
Schiller
habit.

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Long Distance rates are surprisingly low.
ing representative rates are for Day Sta
calls (three minutes cotiversation). Even
rates are still lower.

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Ann Arbor to:

Other Dashing Spring Hats $5.00
Exclusive, one of a kind models.

TRAVERSE CITY.
CHICAGO, ILL..
BIG RAPIDS.
NILES ...
HOLLAND.
JACKSON
MONROE ...

$1.15
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200 SPRING STRAWS
Just arrived

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