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:3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

Wednesday Is,
Date Set For
League Elections
Mayer And Jennings Are
Presilential Nominees
Also To Elect Directors

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ucinnat Girls' Glee Club To .A.A. To Elect UrfnusualRain Outfit,
Entertain With Concerts Here New £ f i eervs el Tea costuene
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Martha Cook Will
Honor High Eleven
Martha Cook will give a formal
dinner Wednesday in honor of the
eleven members possessing the high-
est scholarships. The eleven to be
honored are Frances Allen, '34,
Gladys Baker, '33, Sarah Lewis, '33,
}Laura Miller, '33, Marie Prahl. '34,
Marjorie Russell. '33, Margaret
Sabom, Grad., Nilsa Saliva,' 33, Mar-
abel Smith, '34, Margaret Timm, '33,
Marian Webster, 33. The guest of
honor will be Mildred Lasser. '32, ofI
Detroit. She will be presented with
an all-A pin by Mrs. James D. Bruce,
representing the board of governors
of Martha Cook..
The decorations will be Talisman
roses and tapers to match. Coffee
will be served in the Blue Room
after dinner,
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Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "42n
Street;" Majestic, "Perfect Under
standing;" Wuerth, "Hot Saturday.
Lectures: Count Sforza, "Franc
and Italy," 4:15 p. m. Lydia Mendel
ssohn Theatre; Dr. Edith .Iaie Swif
"The Psychological Aspect of Mar
riage," 8 p. in., Lane Hall; Women
Occupational Discussion Group, 4:1
p. mn., 205 Mason Hall; Rev. Edwar
M. Duff, "The Story of The Prayc
Book, Concluded," 11:30 a. m., Har
ris Hall.
Exhibits: Work of Mexican Artisi
presented by the Ann Arbor Art As
sociation, 1:30 to 5 p. m., Alumi
Hall; "Early English Drama f'ror
Its Beginning Through the Seven
teenth Century."

Of
the c

rnte:est to musical circles s
coming visit of the Cincinnati

Girls' Glee Club

to Ann Arbor a

guests of the local women's club.
Thirty-six members of the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati organization will
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accompanied by Mrs. Karl P. Slough,
Grace Mayer, '34, and Harriet Jen- chaperon, and Sherwood Kains, the
pings, '34, are the two nominees in director.
the election for the presidency of the The women will be met by mem-
League which is to be held Wednes- bers of the Ann Arbor club and a
day. joint business meeting will be held
Miss Mayer has been active on the immediately to complete plans for
campus since her freshman year the two days the group will spend
when she was chosen chairman- of here, and to give the women oppor-
programs in the freshman pageant. tunity to meet. Each member of the
In her sophomore year she was ----_-_-_-_-_
chairman of the Sophomore Cabaret,
and a member of the 'Ensian staff. McGoech To Travel
This year she has been Junior Repre- I
sentative on the Board of Directors A , roaw For Summer j
of the League, and recording secre- ._
tary of Wyvern. Prof. Glenn McGoech of the music
Miss Jennings, in her freshman department is among the faculty:
year, was general chairman of thes
Freshman Pageant, and a member of memer p n a tri ure1
this ,summer. He will sail June 16i
Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman hon- from New York on "the Pennland"
orary society. Her sophomore activi- and plans now to start his return
ties included membership on both the trip September 1, according to Fred-
Board of Governors and the Board eick Randall, head of the Travel
of Representatives of the League. She Bureau and assistant secretary of
was also on the Sophomore Cabaret the Alumni Association.
committee and one of the House Or- theAtriAsitind
ganization committeemen, This year,1 The trip will include Paris, Salls-
Miss Jennings has again been chosen berg, Munich, Vienna, and Bayreuth
Miss~~~~~~~~ Jennhsaai encoewith a few days in Berlin at which
for the Board of Governors and the wt e asi elna hc
Mr. McGoech will attend the festivals'
Board of Representatives of the in celebration of Richard Wagner's
Lengue. and has been a member of fiftieth anniversai-y. The programt
the Judiciary Council. She is at wilinne Waner' "ieni,, "ea
present president of Wiyverns. will include Wagner's Rienzi, "Der!
preset prsidet ofWyven. Siegunde Hollander," "Tannhauser,"
Candidates for vice-presidency are Lie, gn ," "T a n e
Marian Giddings, '34, and Ruth Rob- "Diengeseringr,"T UDies eIgold',,
pnson, '34. Both women have been ac- "Dieceistersinger, Dies Reigold,
ive, Miss Giddings since her fresh- "Percivale" and others.
man year, and Miss Robinson since The productions will be given by
her sophomore year, which was her the best talent in Europe today, in-
first on the Michigan campus. cluding directors such as Toscanini
Miss Giddings is a member of and Elm indor.
Wyvern this year, feature editor of
the Michiganensian, and author of MONTOR TO GIVE READING
Junior Girls Play, "Love on the Run." Readings from Lessing's "Nathan
Miss Robinson was chairman of der Weise" will make up the program
the make-up committee of the Junior of Max Montor, internationally fam-
Girls Play, and also a member of ed German actor, in a recital at
the cast.. She is also a member of Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, at 4:15

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niersity G.ir1s . Gee Ciub wil1 acd a.-. V ~'4
as hostess to each woman of theI' By MARJORIE MORRISON
Cincinnati organization for the dura- C - A Seein tier whipe Wraith coming,
tion of the visit. I tooper And r its Ar we sighed with relief to have found
Dinner for the group will be served Picked For Pr hene someone who could dress cheerfully,
at 6:15 p. m. in the Russian Tea
Room Tuesday. The evening will be Others To Be Chose even in Ann Arbor drizzles. Thel
spent -by each guest and her hostess I . white rubberized material was cutl
in individual entertainment. Elizabeth Cooper, '34Ed., and Billie into the box lines of the spring swag-
Wednesday morning will be spent Griffths. '35, have been nominated gers, with wide lapels accenting the
in tours of the campus and local for the presidency of the Women's shoulders. Those lapels and the col-
points of interest. The women will Athletic Association according to lar were bound in brown. which was
be invited to attend several classes Jean Botsford, '33, president Only carried out in the hat. It was the
which it is expected will be of inter- four offices are to be filled by the "high hat" done to extremes. The
est. Wednesday noon the officers of elections, which will be held April 5 corded silk, skimpily brimmed, rose
both organizations - will lunch to- in University Hall. .in a conical mound until the peak
gether with their directors in the The nominations for vice-president collapsed from sheer exhaustion.
Russian tea room. are Marie Metzger, '35, and Martha Equal in smartness was a noticed
An informal college song concert Neuhardt, '35; for secretary, Char- teaing costume, conservative in color
will be the feature at 3:30 p. m. lotte Simpson, '34Ed., and Betty but dashing in accessories. The mod-
Wednesday when the visitors will Lyons, '34; for treasurer. Jane erate navy fez, so suitable for all
sing as a group in the League Grill, Bircker, '35, and Alice Goodenow, daytime wear, was banded by a wide
Tea will be held afterward. '34Ed. Other members for next band of waffle-stitch material in
The focal club will honor the year's executive board will be ap- white, The color contrast was fur-
guests with a formal reception Wed- pointed by the new officers. thered in the simple navy dress
nesday night. The invitation list in- . topped with a mammoth white or-
cludes President Alexander G. Ruth- ofiss Cooper was finance chairman gandie bow and collar. Even her
yen and Mrs. Ruthven, the deans of the freshman pageant and of hair bob was of the newest, very
the various colleges, and the faculty tuor c tGo Play, and a member of short and slightly waved to compli-
of the music school. ment the hat she wore.
The visitors will present their for- mie Cabariiterc ass sportso idig And it wouldn't be fair to neglect
.mal program at this time, featuring the metallic nail polish that is being
many novel group numbers and sev- ofnWyvern. used in place of jewelry by those on
eral solos, it was announced. At the campus who have the latest. It comes
same time, an interesting violin solo MisS Griffiths has filled the oftice c platinum or gold and augments
of tinaplatinumiorygoldiandlaugments
will be presented by a student from of treasurer this year in place Of any color.
the Cincinnati Conservatory of Corrine Fries. who was unable to
Music. erve. She was freshman hockey have -been interelass sports and one
freshman pageant, a member fof of the leads of Junior Girls Play.
Comedy Club, and Zeta Phi Eta. Miss Lyons was a member of the
Miss Metzger was a member of a I reshan Girls Glee Ckbb, and the
freshman pageant committee and: a University Glee Club, of Sophomore
Sophomore Cabaret comm ttee. SheCabaret, J. G. P. and Fin Alley com-
O w1Jposes Sw eat SohmrCaaecomte.Se atJG.PanFuAlyco-
has been active in interclass sports {nittees. She is an athletic manager
S Op Plfrcs 'and was head of basketball for the and a head of two minor sports.
lJRI Prou t s V past season. Miss Brucker was a member of
Miss Neuhardt took part in the the Freshman Pageant committee and
WASHINGTON, April 3.-(GP)-An Freshman Girls Glee Club and the a Daily try-out, and head of golf.

JACOBSON'S is pleased to announce
MRS.y 4NNf HUGHES
(lately of the Roberts Shop)

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Millinery Department

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OANNOUNCING

Miss Mary Bursie-u
!As Hostess and Fashion
Advisor for Ann Arbor
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Wyvern, and president of her house.
Other offices and their candidates
are Mary Stirling, '35, and Nan Die-
bel, '35, for secretary; Barbara Bates,
'35, and Hilda Kirby, '35, treasurer.
Ruth Kurtz, '34, and Frances Man-
chester, '34, are running for senior
representative on Judiciary Council,
while Kathleen Carpenter, '35, Vir-
ginia Denne, '35,, Maxine Maynard,
'35, and' Mary Sabin, '35, are the
candidates for the position of junior
representative.
Names that have been submitted
for the Board of Directors are Mary
Louise Keesberger, °'34, Lenore Le-
Gendre, '34, Charlotte Simpson, '34,
and Josephine Woodhams, '34, for
senior representative Mary Lou Els-

p. m. tomorrow. Mr. Montor is tra-
velling under the auspices of the Carl
Schurz Memorial Foundation and ar-
rives in Ann Arbor this evening
pass, '35, Mary O'Brien, '35, Marjorie
Oostdyck, '35, and Virginia Roberts,
'35, for j u n i or representative;
Frances Carney, '36, Jane Haber,
'36, Margaret Hiscock,'6, and Eliza-
beth Rich, '36, for sophomore rep-
resentative.
The polls will be open in Univer-
sity Hall, Helen DeWitt, '33, presi-
dent of the League announced yes-
terday. The elections are open to all
undergraduate women, and are to
be in charge of the Judiciary Coun-
cil.

appeal to the Easter-shopping. wo- freshman pageant; she was a mom.-
men of America to buy "reasonably oer of the League dance committee,
priced clothes with at least the effort and the properties committee of the
to see they are made under decent Sophomore Cabaret. Formerly golf
conditions" was made today by Mrs. manager for W. A. A., she is now
Franklin D. Roosevelt. membership chairman, and was class
She conceded a necessity for econ- manager for basketball.
omy in this era of general pay cuts -Since this is her first year on
and careful budgeting and rejoiced in campus . Miss Simpson's activities
the present low cost of hats, which
she thought, should insure every wo-
man's inalienable right to a new
Easter bonnet. RUDOLPH'S
But she did voice objection to the
purchase of clothes which in price annou
and manner of manufacture would
proclaim they must be sweat shop MR.ST E E ,P
work. A crusade on this subject alsof
has been waged by Secretary of La- ormerly of Di Mania Be
bor Frances Perkins.
On the Monday preceding Easter, For A ointrn
Mrs. Roosevelt said, her own plan
was to attend a Woman's Trade Un-' 207-8 Michigan
ion League conference in New York
having for its purpose the creation
of a label system to show dresses had
been made under reasonable working
conditions.I1

Miss Goodenow has been very active
in interclass sports and was- a mem-
ber of the cast of Junior Girls Play.
The nominating committee con-
sisted of Jean Botsford, '33Ed., Jean
Berridge, '33Ed., Elendora Gosling,
'3-3Ed., Kay Rentschler, '33Ed., and
Mary Marshall, '33Ed. Only W. A.
A. members will be allowed to vote.
~EAUTY SH OP
uncing
ersonality Haircutter,
auty Shop, is now with us

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ON TUESDAY, WE)NESDAY,
AND THURSDAY, AFTERNOONS
APRIL 4/h, t5, AND 6th
FROM 3:30 TO 530 O'CLOCK

c A CCEPT this cordial invita-
tion to visit JACOBSON'S and
view a charming collection of
clever Easter fashions and vaca-
tion clothes for discerning Co-
cds MISSMARYBURSLEY will be
here to advise and assist you in a
satisfactory selection. Your visit
Wi prove nost interesting.

nt Phone 2-2757
n Theatre Bldg.

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4 Days -May 17, 18, 19,20,'33-6 Concerts
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEME NT
( Revised March 25 )

Earl V. Moore.
Frederick Stock.
Howard Hanson,
Eric DeLamarter.
Juva Higbee... .

.........Musical Director
......Orchestra Conductor
.Guest Conductor
Assistant Conductor
Young People's Conductor

Women Democrats Meet
For Election Discussion'
A discussion of Monday's election
and a provision for' the continuance
of the club by the formation of by-
laws were the outstanding features
of the meeting of the Women's Dem-
ocratic Club of Washtenaw county.
The group met Saturday afternoon at
the home of the president, Mrs.
James H. McDonald of Glencoe Hills.
Among the prominent Democratic
women from Ann Arbor were Mrs. W.
D. Henderson, Mrs. Dean W. Myers,
Mrs. Edward W. Staebler, Mrs. Hor-
atio J. Abbot, Mrs. William C. Walz,
Mrs. William ' L. Walz, Mrs. Williamt
Dawson, Mrs. Emily Kerr, Mrs. Emil
Schlenker, Mrs. A. J. Parker, Mrs. H.
D: Golds, and Mrs. Lenore Shurtliff. i
Mrs. Lillian Navarre, vice-chair-I
man of the county Democratic com-
mittee of Monroe was also present
and discussed the great change which
has taken place in recent years in the
attitude toward women's participa-
tion in politics.

Arcade Jewelry Shop
Fratermity and Michigan Jew'clry
WATCH REPAIRING
JEWELRY AND OPTICAL REPAIRING

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NINA KOSHETZ...............Soprano
Russian Operatic Prima Donna
GRETE STU ECKGOLD .......... Soprano
Prima Donna, Metropolitan Opera Company
L EONORA CORONA ........... Soprano
Prima Donna, Metropolitan Opera Company
ROSE BAMPTON........... . Contralto
Rising Star, Metropolitan Opera Company

TUESDAY -One Day Only.'
SPECIAL SALE
Early Spring
Taken from our regular $5.95, $12.75, $16.75 and
$19.75 Fashion Collections, these Dresses have
been placed in two important low price groups.

and what a gorgeous select

FREDERICK JAGEL ......... .
Metropolitan Opera Company

... Tenor

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JOHN CHARLES THOMAS.....Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company

PROF. HOBBS TO SPEAK
Prof. Williaxm Hobbs will give a
informal talk this afternoon at tJ
regular Graduate Luncheon Club 1
meet in the Russian tea-room.

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CHASE BAROMEO ...........
Chicago Civic Opera Company
JASC HA EIETZ ... ...... .
World Renown Virtuoso

....Bass
Violinist

TODAY'S
EASTER HAT
SPECIAL

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GREY KID
* BLUE KID
*PARCHMENT
. * WHITE
X *BLACK
PIGSKINS
* KIDSKINS
. FBRICS
*DOESKINS
. PATENTS
. here they are for
you. New, capti.
vating styles, such
as you ve never
seen before...
CONNIE Chic
~ Creationsmwil
Read that smart,

GUY MAIE R Pianist
LEE PATTISON.................Pianist
Distinguished 'Tw-Piano Recitalists
PALMER CHRISTIAN. .. . ... ...Organist
Distinguished American Performer
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION 300 Voices
THE CHFCAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.70 Players
YOUNG PEOPLE'S FESTIVAL CHORUS 400 Voices
World premiere in concert form, of "MERRY MOUNT"
Conduc ed by the composer . .... Howard Hanson
"I LSHAZZAR'S FEAST". . ....... William Walton

Fashion Annex
$ 90

Main Section
$990

$2.95

Business, Street, Afternoon, Evening Frocks,
in gay print sand fine silk crepes are found
in thesec groups.

Many clever Turbans
and brims in new fabrics

Shot) Fariv

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