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6, 1934



Opening Show
Of 'Ioianthe'
Is Acclaimed
First Night Of Operetta Is
Entms iastically Received
By Audience
The second combined production of
the School of Music and Play Pro-
duction was received with tremendous
acclaim last night when "Iolanthe"
was presented in Lydia Mendelssohn
"The Gondoliers," also a Gilbert
and Sullivan opera, was given last1
year, but the present show promises
to eclipse that in popularity.
"Iolanthe" is really the laboratory
project of a course that combines the
two departments. Prof. Earl V. Moore,
one of the organizers of the plan and
Mrs. Moore were members of the first
night audience.
Miss Emily White, instructor in the
department of physical education and
director of all dance and movement
in the opera was also seen. Prof. Ar-
thur Hackett, on the advisory board,
and Mrs. Hackett were in attendance
for the first night performance. I
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sink, Prof.
Hanns Pick, Prof. and Mrs. David
Mattern and Glenn McGeoch were
members of the School of Music who
witnessed the opening of the show.
Other faculty members noted were
Prof. and Mrs. Henry Sanders, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Thelma Lewis,
Dean and Mrs. Louis A. Hopkins, Prof.
and Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson, Prof. and
Mrs. Herbert Kenyon, Prof. and Mrs.
Gail Densmore and Mr. and Mrs. John
Margaret Phalan, '35, Mary O'Brien,
'35, Maxine Maynard, '35, Mary Mor-
rison, '35, and Edith Hamilton, '37,
were among the students present.
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Shows Improvement

SkiOutfits Combine Gay Color Ruthvens Hold,
Schemes With Novel Fashions Third Tea In
Even if you aren't an outdoor girl, Predominating in brown, the new Student Series
you can develop a yen for skiing by model has rust sleeves and collar,
merely glancing at the season's new with slit pockets at the waist of rust.
ski suits. They appear in stunning Side belts improve the waistline; and S p e c i a 1l InVitations Are
cclcr combinations with tassel caps, to add a dash of chic are repeated Extended To Individual
scarfs, and gloves to match or con- on the cuffs. This same style also Ed
trast with the main color scheme. appears in black, green, and orange, Camnpus Groups
The Bradley suit invites you to step and orange and brown.
into its gracious warmth and out of, Flannel is not the only material President and Mrs. Alexander G.
doors, for the zipper, featured on this popular for suits. Corduroy is being Ruthven entertained students from
cestume, makes it a simple matter featured in all colors. A luscious 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday at the third of
to don what used to be a cumbersome royal blue, with flowing "Byron" col- a series of teas in their home. Janice'
outfit. The zipper in one style is lar buttons with big gold metal disks Rice, '35, was in charge of the com-
concealed underneath a vest which down the front. White and blue is mittee to assist Mrs. Ruthven.I
buttons diagonally down the front. top-notch when corduroy is the ma- Special invitations for the tea were
Dark green is the predominating terial used in the combination. Blue issued to Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta,
shade, stripes of red and yellow meet- is the trouser part, white is the blouse, and Chi Omega sororities; Sigma Phi,
ing diagonally across the front of the with vest effect of two gold buttons Trigon, and Phi Delta Theta fraterni-
vest. Yellow gloves and scarf striped in a diagonal line from the high ties; Betsy Barbour; and Zone Five.
in dark green, and the same shade of round neckline. White pigskin jack- Other members of the student bodyr
green with yellow tassel complete ets are popular because of their water- also attended.
the outfit. proof quality. When worn with a Among the members of Delta Gam-
Blending well with winter's scene colored trouser, anyone that's ski- ma attending the tea was Betty Aig-
is the light grey flannel suit with knit minded will take notice, ler, '35, president of Panhellenic as-
insert around the neck of diagonal As to ski footwear, don't try to be scciation, who appeared in a knit
stripes in red. white and black. A dainty. High water-proof leather dress in a brown and tan mixture.
pocket on each side of the roomy boots are the thing. Sue Calcutt, '35, chairman of the
blcuse is ample enough for compacts, Children's Theater Guild, chose a
comb, and cigarettes. Scarfs and dress of grey wool with a scarf of
gloves are white and red, an all white Mcther n rbb rd's red velveteen and a matching red hat.
tam completing the outfit. Ann Osborn, '35, chairman of the
Brown and rust have always been Cupboard Will Be social committee, was seen in green
a good combination for the ski suit. and Harriet Heath, '37, a member of
Cabaret Feature the same committee, wore a red knit
dress with a hat of the same color.
aGrilbBlue wool was chosen by Laura Mam-
League G ilMother Hubbard's Cupboard will cetr 3.Ms te
chester, '36. Miss Ethel McCormick,j
no longer be bare as it will be found, social director of the League, ap-
To Hold Stunt full at this year's Sophomore Cab- peared in a brown crepe outfit with
aret, the Pseudo Psilly Psymphony, a satin trim.
N eht Frida Dec. 14 and 15. Mother Hubbard fi- The next tea in this series will be
NeldntFWrddsday D__ _ _
nally broke down when she was con- held on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
fronted by the general committee of
A Christmas theme will be carried theCabaret, and has promisedeshead
out in the stunt night programs to be will fill her cupboard with tea, sand- por
held tomorrow night at the dance in wiches, sundaes, milk-shakes, cake,
the League Grill. This will be the and soft drinks for both the after- ep
last stunt night before vacation, in-: noon and evening performances.p s

Second League Wonen's Society To
Tea Will Be Hold Holiday Sale
The Women's Alliance of the Unit-
G iven Friday arian Church will have its annual
Christmas Sale at 3,p.m., Friday, Dec.
7. in the church library. A cafeteria
The second of the series of month- supper will be served beginning at
ly League teas will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. The church is located on
6 p.m. tomorrow in the League Ball- the corner of State and Huron Streets.
room, Ann Osborne, '35, chairman of Mrs. John F. Shepard is in charge
the social committee of the League of the arrangements for books and
announced yesterday. i art objects, Mrs. Albert E. Greene is
The program will consist of skits in charge of the needlework, Mrs. E.
from the Sophomore Cabaret, the;P Eppens is taking care of the baked
"Pseudo Psilly Psymphony," to be goods, and Miss Anna Belle Nichols,
presented Dec. 14 and 15, and a style candy. Mrs. R. P. Farley is the gen-
show by Jacobson's. There will also eral chairman and is also directing
be dancing and bridge, the supper plans.
Members of the League social com-
mittee will be in charge, The names ~--- -" -
of thcse women selected to pour will,
be announced tomorrow.
The teas are being held the first The GAGE LINEN Shop
Friday of each month this year, and suggests
at the last tea there was an attend- i CHRISTMAS GIFTS
ance of 600. of
BLACK QUILL TO MEET Luncheon & Bridge Sets
Black Quill literary club will hold a Guest Towels
meeting at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the Embroidered Pillow Cases
League. Old members not present at! and Handkerchiefs
this meeting will be dropped fromnk
the club. Tryouts are to be voted on at for Men, Women, and
this time.Children -- at
Attractive Prices
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-Vsociaued Press Photo
Patricia Maguire (above) of Oak
Park, Ill., has been the victim of an
unusual form of sleeping sickness
since March, 1933. Doctors, however,
vciced the opinion that she may
cvcntually recover when she respond-
cd to commands which her mother
wrote on a pad and held before her



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Mction Pictures: Majestic, "Love
Time" with Pat Paterson and
"Straight Is the Way" with Fanchot
Tone; Michigan, "Pursuit Of Happi-
ness," the "Bundling" hit; Whit-
ney, "Wonder Bar" with Kay Francis
and "School for Girls" with Sidney
Fox; Wuerth, "Murder in the Private
Car" with Charles Ruggles and
"Springtime for Henry" with Otto
Plays: Play Production and the
School of Music, "Iolanthe," at &:30
p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
Price 40c


asmuch as the Sophomore Cabaret
will be held next week-end.
The program will consist of appro-,
priate accordion numbers by Bill And-
erson, '37, and songs by the Betsy
trio, composed of Rachel Lease, '37,
Jeane McLean, '37, and Dorothy Vale,
Janet Wray, '36, chairman of the
grill committee, is in charge of the
program. Decorations in the grill
room will be carried out along a
i Christmas theme.
There will be dancing from 9 to
12 p.m. The usual week-end dance
will be held Saturday night.
Newberry Hall
Entertains With
Faculty Dinner

We suggest a cut-
ter or sleigh party.
There's nothing
so romantic as a
Moonlight Ride.
Friday at 8 P.M.
7270 - Free Transportation

The residents of Helen Newberry
entertained formally for a group of
faculty members and their wives at
the second faculty dinner of the year
held last night. The guests were re-
ceived by Betty Hill, '35, faculty chair-
man, and a committee of hostessesj
including Margaret Cutler, '36; Jeane
Gibbs, '37, Constance Cavender, '35,
Shirley Redding, '38, Mary Morrison,
'38, Phyllis Eiseman, '37, Betsy Bax-
ter, '38, and Marion Field, '38.
The dining tables were decorated
with pink snapdragons and matching
tapers. Coffee was served in the par-
e fors following the meal. The guests
w. at this function included Prof. and
I Mrs. James Hamilton, Prof. and Mrs.
Rene Talamon,"Prof. and Mrs. Arthur
Aitcn, Miss Louise Cuyler, Miss Sadie
Harmon, and Prof. and Mrs. Hirsch

At the afternoon performances on
Friday and Saturday, -according to
Jane MacDonald, who is taking charge
of 'the Cupboard, ,there will be tables
all around the ballroom where the
iloor show can be watched while tea
is served for 15 cents. The programs
will be given particularly for girls
who choose to come unescorted, as
well as faculty women.
The Cupboard will be in the main
dining room of the League during the
evening performances of the Cabaret;
on Friday and Saturday. Mother Hub-
bard has promised to make all kinds
of luscious sandwiches - for ten and
fifteen cents. She will also serve
coffee, sundaes, milk-shakes, and soft
drinks during the evening perform-
ances. She has chosen the most at-
tractive girls of the sophomore class
to help her take care of all those
who wander into her den.
Those very peculiar penguins will
be on parade during the floor show"
as will Mickey and Minnie Mouse,
Red Riding Hood, the Three Little
Pigs, the Flying Mouse, the Big Bad
Wolf, and the Ugly Duckling.
The penguins' peculiarities are es-
pecially stressed with dainty soph-
omore women aping the polar birds.
Betty Ann Beebe, as head penguin,
has had great difficulty in teaching
her fellow birds to be graceful in their
size 24 shoes.
Public Invited To
Sunday Musicale
A musicale which is to be open to
the public will b ,,iven at 7:30 p.m.
next Sunday in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room of the League.
The program has been planned by
Maretta Martinek, '35SM, and will
be made'up of selections by students
in the School of Music.
Hazel Paalman, Grad. SM, a con-
tralto, and Mark Bills, '35SM, will be
the vocalists of the evening. Also
included on the program will be piano
solos by Phyllis Warnick, 35SM, and
Suzanne Malve, '35SM. Elizabeth
Mann, Grad. SM, will play the cello.,



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French Circle Will
Convene At League
Members of Le Cercle Francais will
meet at 7:45 tonight at the League,
Bertha Carry, president of the club
announced yesterday. Officers of the
club, under the direction of Mr. Ko-
ella of the French Department, and
Bertha Carry will present a one-act
play, "Rosalie," by Maurey.
The cast includes Maurice Demers,
'35, as Monsieur Bol, Joseph La Cava,
'36, as Madame Bol, and Rosalie is
interpreted by John Schmidt, '35.

The W.A.A. board meeting held at
5 p.m. yesterday in the lounge of
Palmer Field House was presided over
by Ruth Root, '35, president of the
organization. After the minutes were
read, Miss Root called for reports
from the W.A.A. athletic managers.
Elizabeth Oberdier, '37, reported
that intramuralbasketball games
have already started. Class teams will
be chosen from the players on the
intramural teams. Assisting in the se- ' -
lection of these teams will be Deborah
Leonard, '38Ed., Jean Gourlay, '37Ed.,
Brenda Parkinson, '35, and Hen-
rietta Cherrington, '37.
Wqmen who distinguish themselves
in the inter-class tournaments will
be invited to play on the Varsity. The i
Varsity will compete against Ypsi-
lanti Normal and Michigan State
College next spring.
The badminton singles tournament
will commence Wednesday Dec. 12,
according to Gertrude Morris, '35Ed.,
whb is in charge of this sport. The
doubles tournament has been post-
poned until next semester. Before en- Gil
tering these contests the student must
participate in two practices.
Plans were discussed for a mixed EC
skating party which will be held Sat-
urday, Dec. 14 in the Coliseum. The To1
board will invite the U. of M. Out-
door Club as special guests. Hot choc-
olate will be served in the lounge of
Palmer Field House following the L
skating. Betty Evans, '36, is in charge
of the affair.
Brenda Parkinson, '35, requestedickets
the transfers to write to their col-?
leges for athletic points. W.A.A. credit
will be given to women who have
won points in other colleges.
The residents of Jordan Hall are
entertaining this afternoon with a.
tea. Miss Edith Barnard of Univer-
sity Home, and Mrs. Alta Schule of
Adelia Cheever House, will pour. The
tea is under the general supervision
of the social committee, the chair-
man of which is Marian Brooke, '35.
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