100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 16, 1932 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1932-02-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

5Z _ >

C -
, _ -

:.

VKI so

0 TO BE CHAIRMAN
OF ALUMNAE TEA
TE

Tentative Cast, Chorus for J.G.P.
Begin Regular Rehearsal Schedule,

c.
pcet--o es.

Jordan to Sponsor AffairI
y at League; Margaret
rtindale in Charge.
/ELL GAIL TO PLAY

Promptness, Attendance Factors
in Determining Final Cast,'
Says Miss Brazier.
With the first day of rehearsals
activities for the 1932 Junior Girls'
Play went into full swing yesterday.
Intensive practices will be held
every day this week.
Definite cast and choruses have

lintry Note to Be Carried Out
in Entertainment and
Decorations.
Striking the unusual note of a
.ow festival in the decorations
id entertainment, the fifth of the
ague monthly teas will be held
om 4 to 6 o'clock Friday in the
ain ballroom of the League.
osher-Jordan is sponsoring the
ent, and Margaret Martindale,
ISM, is in charge.
The wintry motif will be carried
it in the decorations around the
atform, and on the tea tables, and
is planned to base the entertain-
ent on this idea as much as pos-
ble. A definite program has not
en announced.
Dancing Planned.
Music for dancing will be fur-
shed by Maxwell Gail and his
achestra, and there will be tables
'ailable for bridge.
Tea will be served from 4 to 6
clock, but a list of those who will
ur has not yet been selected.
Assisting Miss Martin ale with
e arrangements- will b members
her committee, and also mem-
rs of the League social commit-
e, under the chairmanship of
i ,d Bush, '33.
RESHMEN URGED
TO TAKE RHYTHM
lementary Dance Forms Are
Important to Women Who
Wish Part in Pageant.
Freshmen who wish to take part
the annual Freshmen Pageant
hich. is given in the spring are
'ged to enter the rhythm classes
hich are held during the indoor
ason of the second 'semester.
Miss Emily White, instructor of
.ythm classes, who will be in
arge of the pageant, says that it
necessary to learn the elemerr-
ry dance forms, correct posture,
id how to move to music. This is
1 taught in the rhythm dancing
asses, and is important in order
take part in the large public per-
rmance. If students enroll in the
asses now they will be -able to
art training early. Ideas for the
tnces 'originate in these classes
id will be developed during the
xt 7 weeks.

Chorus
Chorus
Cos4
Chorus
Chorus

TUESDAY
3:30 O'clock.
2 in Cave.
8 in committee room.
4:30 O'clock. r i
2 in committee room.
5 in Cave.
9 in committee room.

--Ur
Dorothy Touff, '30
Sponsored by the Junior Board
of the University of Michigan
Alumnae association, a bridge tea
will be given at 2 o'clock, Feb. 27,
in the Solarium of the Colony Club
in Detroit.
Dorothy Touff, '30, is in charge
of the ticket sales. Miss Touff was,
president of the Woman's Athletic
Association in her senior year.
Other members of .the commit-
tee are Mrs. Russel Myer, chair-
man; Mrs. Arthur Buffington, Jr.,
prizes and publicity, and Miss Ruth
Brady, arrangements. The bridge
is open. to all Michigan alumnae
and their friends.
Dean and Assistant
to Attend Conference
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Wo-
men, and Miss Jeanette Perry, As-
sistant to the Dean of Women, will
leave Ann Arbor today for Wash-
ington, D. C., where they will at-
tend a conference of the National
Association of Deans of Women.
Miss Perry expects to return
Tuesday, and apointments may be
made with her. for the following day
Miss Lloyd plans to spend a few
days in New York immediately fol-
lowing the conference and will re-
turn to Ann Arbor n the latter
part of next week.

WEDNESDAY
3:30 O'clock.
Chorus 6 in committee room.
Chorus 8 in Cave.
4:30 O'clock.
Chorus 4 in committee'room.
Chorus 5 in Garden room.
THURSDAY
3:30 %Vclock.
Chorus 3 in Garden room.
4:30 O'clock.
Chorus 2 in committee room.
Chorus 5 in Garden room.
Chorus 9 in committee room.
FRIDAY
3:30 O'clock.
Chorus 2 in Cave.
Chorus 8 in committee room.
4:30 O'clock.
Chorus 8 in Cave.
Chorus 9 in committee room.
SATURDAY
1 O'clock.
Chorus 3 in. Cave.
1:30 O'clock.
Chorus 8 in committee room.
2 O'clock.
Chorus 5 in Cave.
2:30 O'clock.
Chorus 4 in committee room
4 O'clock.
Chorus 2 in Cave.
3:30 O'clock.
Chorus 6 in committee room.
4 O'clock.
Chorus 5 in Cave.
Chorus 8 in Cave.
4:30 O'clock.
Chorus 2 in committee room.

not as yet been announced but all
tentative members are to attend all
rehearsals this week as attendance
and promptness, according to Miss
Harriet Brazier, director, are very
important in determining the final
cast. Eligibility will be re-checked
and all women who do not have a
C average for the past semester
will be dropped from the play.
Following is a calendar of the re-
hearsals for choruses.
CNCINNAT ILDEBATE
Michigan Women to Participate
in First University
Contest Tonight.
Cincinnati university women will
oppose a women's team from Mich-
igan in a debate at eight o'clock
tonight at the Laboratory theatre
on the question, Resolved, that In-
dia should be given immediate in-
dependence from Great Britian.
The Michigan team which will be
composed of: Efleanore Gilmore, '33,
Lois Benson, '32, and Alice Gilbert,
'33, will have the negative side of
the proposition. This is the first
university debate of the season.
A negative team on which were:
Dorothy Daniels, '32, Gladys Baker,
'33, and Jean Hagaman, '33, went
to Coldwater Sunday night to de-,
bate with Albion on the Indian
question. This was an unjudged
contest. This team will go to
Bloomington, Ind., next week to de-
bate with the University of Indi-j
ana.

Couzen's Hall.
Activities at Couzen's Hall have"
been varied during the past week.
On Monday, February 8, Capping
Services were held at which 72 stu-
dents who had fulfilled all require-
ments through their first four
months of training were honored.
Wednesday afternoon the Sopho-
mores entertained the incoming
Freshmen at . delightful tea.
Friends of the students, class rep-
resentatives, and member of the
faculty attended the affair.-
Friday evening the Freshmen wo-
men were again honored b~y the
Sophomores whongavedfor their
pleasure a valentine party. The
program included a monologue by
Permilla Lampman, '34, and a one-
act play, "When George Washing-
ton Returned" which was played by
Wilma Shively, Alma Miller, Doris
Swain, and Carol Jones. Several
trombone solos of Michigan songs
were presented by Thedabelle Sut-
ton who was accompanied by Olive
Hicks. Flora Gaston, accompanied
at the piano by Mary Potter, sang
two songs, "The Curly-headed Boy"
by Clustar and "Sleepy Kentucky
Babe" by Geibel. Following the
program there was dancing and
late in the evening refreshments
were served:
Sigma Kappa
A series of rushing dinners will
be given by Sigma Kappa sorority
this week. Four guests will be en-
tertained Tuesday night and red
roses and tapers will be used for
decorations. A variety of spring
flowers will decorate the Sigma
Kappa house for the six o'clock.
dinner to be given Wednesday eve-
ning. The sorority will entertain

Zeta Tau Alpha.
Rose-colored tapers and yellow
roses will adorn the tables for the
rushing dinner to be givenmforix
guests Tuesday night by the mem--

WANT ADS

four guests at a cabaret dinner on bers of Zeta Tau Alph
Thursday evening. Kappa Kappa G
The Alumnae Room of the Wo- Kappa Kappa Ganx
men's League building will furnish the pledging of Miss
the setting for the Sigma Kappa son, '34, of Highland
winter aformal to be given Friday The sorority honore
evening. Chaperones for th .af- pledge dinner Mond
fair include: Mrs. J. M. Holt, Pro- spring flowers were us
fessor Wells I. Bennett and Mrs. oration for. the affair.
Bennett, Prof. Arthur Wood and The members of K
Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gamma sorority willE
Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hop- dinner Wednesday eve
kins. or of the Ann Arborp

ed hIe
ay e
sed as
appa
enteri
ning i
Alumi

FREEMAN
DINING ROOM
1 Block North from Hill AuditorWium

NEW PRICES

WEEKLY RATES
Lunch and Dinner ..$5.1
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.. . . $6.8
Lunch 40c Dinner 50
Sunday Dinner 75c
Prompt Service-Excellent Food
Serving Michigan men and women for the tweni
eight consecutive year!
Winter XCursions
to

a-
Iw _::_. _ . t!

,"
'
r
.
1i

JL

FOR BREAKFAST

a vV}aa"

Chorus 9 in committee room.
5 O'clock.
Chorus 1 in committee room.

The meal that decides
the day.
Our coffee and toasted rolls are
just right.
Watch our windows for Specials
THE
BETSY ROSS SHOP
We Deliver Dial 5931

NEW YORK

$1'

Ii

k

III

Philadelphia
Atlantic City

. . . $17.50
$18A5

I

Hats That Are Different
Made to match the costume-Prices reasonable.
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street

qf
- ____ . ..-_ _ __

I

L';

.. . . 9

ZWERDLING'S :QUALITY FURS
NOW SELLING AT

I

Lowest Prices in 25 Years

These

-...- ~. A.
.-~:' ~"V.
.
.~.
.

Pan

Berets

Are selected by

Feb..19
Lv. Ann Arbor... ............9:25 P. M.
Ar. Niagara Falls, N. Y... ....7:50 A. M.
Returning
Leave Niagara Falls, N. Y., not later
and Buffalo not later than \11:35 n.

- Cake

Feb. 20
9:25 P. M. Cen
6:05 A. M. Ea
than 8:20 p. gn.,
m., February 21

For Coach Travel. only going Friday, February 19 (after 3:00 a u
Saturday, February 20. Returning not later than Tuesday, Febrt
NAGARA FAL
~45O Round
Trip
Good in'Coaches-also in Sleepers. Pullman Fares Extra.

every

RIC BEAUTY
SHOP
ampoo and Finger
Wave 50c

FUR

COATS

smart young modern.
This beret is so catchy
you can not afford to

,
Children of proper age half fare-no bag
For Information Consult Local Ticket
"UCHWAN C

check-ed

MUST GO!

ANENTS

THEY'VE BEEN REDUCED
For Absolute Clearance

passit.

I or Steam.....
irade ...
ifrieleen.
Complete
)5 Mich. TheaterJ
Phone 22757

,$3.0®
$4.00
$6.00
Bldg.

A1

Zwerdling's low prices for fine furs have been the talk.
of the town . . . and now at Half Their Former Low
Prices, they offer bargain values and the most sensa-
tional savings! Half price for the most luxurious New
Fur Fashions your money has ever bought.
ESTABLISHED 1904 217 E. L1BER-TY ST.
Zwa

Also soft little crusable sport hats that are so wearable
and add such a smart touch to your ensemble.

The

$1,95

he ,2 9,5t

: : .

MUSICAL
EVENTS
programs are given in Hill
itorium unless otherwise noted.
afternoon -concerts are given
>ut admission charge.
CY GRAINGER, Pianist,
'bruary 19, 8:15.
SSIVY BESEKIRSKY, Vio-
list, MABEL ROSS RHFAD,
anist, in Sonata Recital, .b-
,ary 21, 4:15, Mendelsson
Ieatre.
EPI- BRINKMAN, Pianist,
brauary 28, 4:15.
RLOTTE L OCKWO OD,
icst Organist, March 2, 4:15.
FISE CUYLER, Violinist, and
AUD OKKELBERG, Pianist,
Sonata Recital, March 6,
15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
A PONSELLE, Soprano,
arch 7, 8:15.
EPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
d HANNS PICK, Violon-
lbst, in'i Sonata Recital, Marche
;, 4:15, Mendelssohin Theatre.
fVERSITY S YMPHI IO N Y
FCFWSTRA, David' E. Mat
n, Conductor, and HANNS
CK Vinlncellist Anril 3.

U

I, &VAL
lacobjun s

Madcap
Crusher

!(

,,

Ylrl

P

II

I

Pr

a' e

The hat you can wear
a million ways!

"" Ill'

zi1

Keep Better Notes
In A Better Binder-

1000!
Would that help you,? Why
not have it? Start a
REGULAR
Dposit Day
and GET IT*',

Of soft French beret

felt with the most adapta

stitched brim. Wear it turned up in the front, or dow
on one side, or turned up all around, if you like. It's th
most versatile little handful of felt you ever slapp
upon one side of your head..

SPECIAL!

LOOSE LEAF BINDERS

In colors to harmoni2e with and complete your
sports or street ensembles.

Size 8%x11

Three 1-inch Rings
(Allowing for a greater quantity of sheets)

4} itailf

y depositors at this Banl
e "MADE THE GRADE'
Why not join them?

r .. ,,.

COMPLETE WITH FAINT
OR PLAIN SHEETS-20-LB.
STOCK....................

$1.0

'i THIRD FLOOR, MILLINERY

I

I

11

1I

I 1 11-

------------

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan