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STHE MICHIGAN DAILY ~

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OW OF FASHIO SI
SPRING W A
pus Women to Model Sport
ear at Palmer Field House
Tea Today._

ILL BE SERVED

Vomen's Athletic Association
Membership Campaign
to Begin Friday.
Women who will model at the
Wshion show to be held this after- J
Don at 4 o'clock in the lounge of
te Palmer Field house are Vinselle
artlett, '33, Helen Mason, '34,
iriam Cortright, '32; Ruth Camp-
ll, '34, Betty Dane, '34, Pauline
we, '32, Clara Grace Peck, '33,
arriett Earle, '35, and Ann Mit-
aell, '35.
Campaign for Sport Clothes.
This display of fashionable spring
port apparel will open the Wom-
i's Athletic Association campaign
r sport clothes. During the week
1 the leading women on the cam-
is will set examples by wearing
ort clothes to campus. It has1
en the opinion that women at the
niversity of Michigan have dress-
i too formal and it hoped that
is campaign will help to destroy
e custom.
To Be Pack-Wollin Display.
The clothes for the showing are
ing sent from Detroit by the
ack-Wollin company. Most of the
'ticles will be sport dresses, al-
.ough a few formals will be
own.
After the display, tea will be
rved in the lounge. Dr. Margaret
ell, director of physical education
r women, and Miss Mary Stewart,,
structor in physical education,
ill pour. Clara Grace Peck, '33, is
airman of the fashion show and
In conjunction with the sports4
mpaign, the annual membership
tmpaign will start Friday, opening.
the tea, and will continue
roughout the week. To become
i active member in good standing
ie must earn five points and pay
le membership fee of one dollar.
:om. 3:30 to 4:30 each afternoon
om Monday to Friday some Tnem-
r of the com ittee will be in'the
. A. A. office in the League build-
g to take care of those who wish
become members.

NOTICE
The following names were in-
adverdently omitted from the list
of the choruses for the Junior
Girls' Play: Margaret Burke,
Helen Black, Virginia Taylor,
Mary Barrett, Gladys Diehl,
Martha Chapman, and Jean
Bentley.
The schedule for chorus re-
hearsals for today is as follows:
Chorus 3, 3:30 o'clock.
Chorus 5, 4:30 o'clock.
Chorus 9, 3:30 o'clock.
Chorus 4, 4:30 o'clock.
Autograph Signers
Receive Promise of
"Life After Death"
.With Edward Bok, world famed
autcgraph collector, as their incen-.
tive, the "coy co-eds" who have so
persistently been asking everyone
on campus for their signatures
have practically succeeded in filling
a double page for the program of
"No Man's Land," 28th annual Jun-
ior Girls' Play.
Almost everyone has been reach-
ed through its appeal of'immortal-
ity which is promised to every one
who pays twenty-five cents and
scrawls his or her name across the
page.4
Fat and thin, short and tall, may
all apply for this offer and. it has
been whispered about that this
page in the program will be sent to
a graphologist (if any of you are in
doubt thisis the name for the per-
son who aialyzes handwriting) and
each person may receive an analy-
sis of their respective scribble. Try
it and find out.
Socie ty
Betsy Barbour
Residents of Betsy Barbour enter-
taied members of the faculty at,
an informal dinner last night.
Guests present were: Miss Mabel
Rhead, Associate Professor of Pi-
ano; Professor Howard M. Jones
and Mrs. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Gar-
rett Brown; Dr. Clarence Yoakum,
vice-president of the University
and director of educational investi-
gations, and Mrs. Yoakum; Dr.
Randolph Adams, girector of the
William L. Clements Library of
Latin, and Mrs. Crittenden; and
Miss Hilda Burr, instructor in phys-
ical education for women.

FRESHMAN WOMEN
TO ELECT PAGENT
HEADS EDNESGAY
Classes to Meet in Mendelssohn
Theatre; Judiciary Chairman
Will Preside.
ELIGIBILITY NECESSARY
Miss Lloyd, Miss White, Harriet
Jennings to Address
Assembly.
Election of a general and assist-
ant chairman and seven committee
heads for the annual Freshman
Pageant will be held to 4:15 o'clock
next Wednesday in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre of the League. The
pageant is the most important ac-
tivity in which freshmen women
participate, and is held late in the'
spring, in conjunction with the tra-
ditional Lantern night.
Continuing the precedent estab-
lished last year, the general and as-
sistant chairmen will be the only
officers to be elected directly. The
seven other heads wll be named
from the seven receiving the high-
est number of votes from a large
field of nominations.
Eligibility Necessary.
Nominations will be made from
the floor, but all proposed candi-
dates must be eligible. Eligibility
means at least 15 hours of ,work
with all grades of at least C and
one B or A. All participants in the
pageant must pass these qualifica-
tions.
The meeting will be conducted by
the Judiciary committee of the
League, and Sallie Ensminger, '32,
will preside. Miss Alice Lloyd, dean
of women, will give a short talk on
the aims and ideals of the pageant,
and Miss Emily -White, instructor in
natural dancing will explain the
various dances Harriet Jennings,
'34, chairman of last year's pageant,
will outline the duties of the dif-
ferent chairmen.
, Caucusing of any sort is strictly
prohibited, and any violations of
this rule will be punished by the
Judiciary committee.
TYPEWRING
UIIA EO G R A P H I N G
P'omptly and neatly donin
our omm sho bycoptent
8,D M0R RI L L,
314 S.. S te St.,Ann Arbor.
For Lenten Lunches-

Miss Johnsn Mars A
in ComedyClubPlay, J I
'Anthony and Anna' P
Comedy Club's production of St.
John Ervine's delightful English Final Competition Will Be Held
comedy, "Anthony and Anna," op- During Last Week
ened a three-night run last night i Mah.
with Ruth Stesel, '33, and FrancesMarc
Johnson, '33, cast in the two femi-
nine roles. Preliminaries for the intramural
Miss Johnson will be remembered swimming meet began last night
for her excellent portrayal of Alida with the first practice of the year
Bloodgood in "The Streets of New at the Union. Pool. Practices willt
York," which was presented here continue and times will be taken at
last fall. It was the first role she 8 o'clock every Tuesday and 'hurs-t
had ever played but it won her im- day night and at 10 o'clock on Sat-
mediate recognition here on cam- urday morning.
pus and through it she was not only Houses are asked to give their
given, a part in the Comedy Club preference for nights on which to
play but she will also appear as one swim. A definite schedule of the
of the principles in the opera "Rob- time that organizations' are to swim
in Hood," which is to be given here will be posted later.
next month. A student needs only to try out
Miss Johnson inherits her talent once for eligibility in the final meet.
from her rr other who is known in If she wishes to better, her time she
the theatre as Fraces Keinedy. may try out as often as she pleases
She was the mother ih "The Choc- and the best time will be recorded.
olate Soldier" when it was first pro- The 16 best times in each event
duced. will compete in the final meet. Thisl
Miss Johnson has done radio final meet will be held the last week
work in Gary, Indiana, both in in March. The events are the crawl,
singing and in dramatic reading. racing back, breast stroke, side, re-
Her role in "Anthony and Anna" lay, and diving. The relay and div-
is that of a daughter of an English ing are very important in the win-
peer who has a rich lineage but a ning of the cup. There must be
poor credit and is desirous of mar- four people swimming in the relay'
rying his attractive daughter, Lady and there need be no preliminary
Cynthia, to the wealthiest suitor re- try-out for this event. Rules ahd
gardless of his family. the date for diving entrance will be
Lady Cynthia is a difficult role to announced later.
play because it combines the man- This will not only be an intra-:
ner of a lady whose family has for' mural meet but an intercollegiate
generations been well-bred with telegraphic meet with 18 other col-
that of one who is by nature flam- leges. The results of this meet will
boyant and calculating but Miss be published April 1. At the same
Johnson handles it well and with- time the interclass champions will
out difficulty. The play was one of jbe computed from the results of the
the outstanding successes when it intramural meet. Chi Omega was
was first played in London several the winner of the swimming -cup
years ago. last year.
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FAMOUS RUSSIAN
LECTURES HERE
Countess Alexandria T of s to y
Discusses Russian Schools.
Countess Tolstoy has a personal-
ity which immediately attracts
anyone who meets her. She is the
perfect leader and yet she is not
offensively so.
In telling of her work in the
schools in Russia, Countess Tolstoy
said, "We established the schools
to make places of culture for the
working people. They were the first
that were ever available for the
working classes."
She explained that the kinder-
gartens which are employed pri-
marily to prepare the children for
'the primary grades have' never be-
fore been available to the working
classes.
Although she has had no partic-
ular training in education or psy-
chology, Countess Tolstoy has been
identified with high schools, tech-
rical schools, trade schools, and
various forms of adult education.
Her chief desire, it was brought out,
was to bring to the Russian peas- ,
ant something of the intellectual
life, the lack of which she found
was so painfully evident after her
experience on a Russian farm. "I
am primarily an organizer, not an}
educator," she stated.
The countess' work in the field of
literature and biography is partic-
ularly distinguished. At a time
when her father was confined :to
prison' and the co try is a griev-
ious state of internal turmoil and.
stress, she finished a biography of
her father and published a series.
of essays on the general state of the
nation.

' 'AI 0 L L H '6WILL H O LD F
Those interested in hiki
nature study are invited to
door party which will be
morrow afternoon at 2:30.
fair is in charge of the R,
Club, and will be the seco
series to be given by W. A
semester.
The hike, which was
once before but which w
poned on account of rain,
lead by Ralph Wilson, '33, f
The group will take a cour
ing from the Palmer Fiel
across the bridge of the
along the river, and back
boulevard.

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AFTER
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Inspect the Complete Display of Radios

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Cottage"
Cheese

This is an event you must not miss! See the complete
displays of the year's outstanding radios . . Stewart-
Warner, Kennedy, Silver Marshall, Philco .. . See and
hear University of Michigan musicians as ,they perform
in front of the microphone .. every day, and evening this
week from 7 to 9 p.m... See the attractive room displays
of low priced Diamond Jubilee Year Sales Furniture,
arranged especially for this occasion!

And here are the ne
They're so distinctly new thi
season, that you can't possibly
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You'll -find thewm in blue, b~lack,
brown, tile and green for Spring
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See Pretty
Living Models
Display Latest
Spring Fashions
As an added feature of the
show, living models will
show you each night from
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. the fashion
highlights of Spring, 1932.
Friday and Saturday Nights
-Furs, Coats, and Suits.
All Hats and Accessories
worn gy the newest and best
for Easter and Spring 1932!

Radio programs are be-
ing broadcast now and
every day and evening
during the Radio Show.
If you've never seen
broadcasting done, we
urge you to lose no time
in attending the show.
A 7-tube Kennedy radio
will be given away on the
last day of the show,
Saturday, Feb. 27.
Just Register Your Name

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