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Date Set For
Selecting New
League Council,
Feb. 14 Is Deadline For
Petitions; Banquet To Be
Held March 25
March 25 has been set for the date
of the annual Installation Banquet,
when women named to positions on
the League Council for next year will
be inaugurated. This year for the sec-
ond time the choice of League off i-
cers the most important women's gov-
erning positions on campus, will rest
with the Merit System. The date of!
installation has been set ahead one
month from previous years, in order
that outgoing officers may assist new-I
ly appointed women in their duties.
According to the new method ofI
appointment, all those interested in
positions will submit petitions during
the week of Feb. 11. The deadline is
5 p.m., Feb. 14. After petitions have
been handed in, Judiciary Council will
consider them and interview the ap-
plicants. These personal interviews1
will take place from Feb. 15 to Marchj
1. The League Council will then dis-
cuss - the applications in meeting
March 4, and make recommendations
to the faculty-student committee for
the offices of League president, re-4
cording secretary and treasurer. The
Council will also name two nominees
for the elective positions of vice-pres-'
idents, and Judiciary Council mem-
Ckmmittee Makes Final Choice
The final choice of the three chief
positions, president, secretary and
treasurer, rests with the specialcom-
mittee consisting of three faculty
members and two students. They are
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dr. Margaret
Bell. Miss Ethel McCormick, named
ti the committee this year, and Max-
ine Maynard, '35, incumbent presi-
dent, and Barbara Sutherlard, '35,;
incumbent secretary. These five willI
make the final decision, after a con-
sideration of the Council's recommen-
The, three vice-presidents and the.
members of Judiciary Council will be
elected by campus vote from the can-
didates named by the League Council.
The chairmanships of League com-
mittees are to be chosen by the out-

, President's Daughter,

Returns From Trip Bathing Suits Come
in BrillitColDean Lloyd Makes Statement
Xlxx: In rilliant Colors
,p d Ta .iIn connection with President Alexander G. Ruthven's action to
clean up the social situation of the fraternities on the campus set forth
in a meeting with the fraternities on Saturday, Dean Alice C. Lloyd has
One of the most radical changes made the following statement:
in style this spring is being made in "I have been asked to comment on the social situation referred
bathing suits, so anyone who is con- to by President Ruthven at the meeting with the fraternities last
templating a southern trip about now Saturday.
will be interested to know just what The nicture here is only a part of the same picture which is pre-
{ .. to select along this line. Inspired by sented by the unhealthy intemperate society of our large cities. We
the lure of the South Sea Islands, can deplore this society, but in a tax-supported institution of higher
=: designers of suits have created all learning there is no justification for supporting one.
sorts of bright colored models worked
with the flower motive. Oranges, For some time past there have been numerous criticisms of the
reds, greens, blues, and purples are manner in which certain social functions at the University have been
especially good this year and may be conducted, notably fraternity dances and house parties. The fraternities
set off by flowers of lighter or dark- have perhaps the fundamental responsibility for these affairs, but the
er shades. women who have been willing to take part in them share the responsi-
An example of an outstanding bility.
bathing suit of this type is provided It seems to me time that not only the fraternities but all the
by a violet wool, covered over by pale students of the University take steps to improve the tone of their social
yellow floral designs. The suit is of life. It was not very long ago that the fraternity parties here were
a rubberized taffeta material which attractive and dignified affairs. Prohibition and the recent repeal
will be very muchtin vogue this spring, thereof may be the reason for the change. But a return to something
and is belted in tightly at the waist. ' ls ytrcladuhatyiedd
A halter neck serves to accentuate its less hysterical and unhealthy is needed.
originality and to set off the figure This University has learned that it cannot legislate morals. Public
of the wearer to advantage. A little opinion can control what rules and regulations do not effect. It is
cape of the same pattern comes with therefore the duty of a University society to develop a sound and
the suit and can be worn on the beach, healthy public attitude toward social problems.
Suits of this kind, together with bril-
liantly colored umbrellas, serve to
ma-ke the bathing beach resemble a
scene from Tahiti. NW Works Are Added T 0Art'
Wool Mesh Popular N wAt ea e
A littlea less daring,sthough no lss E nb to N w Op n A Le ue
:.% in vogue are wool mesh suits of such OpXenliillcfl eJpe
a constituency as to set off the figure
AA&{ s i to advantage. These are usually A number of new and interesting Less conventional are the etchings
-Associated Press Photo. worn without a belt and caught over pieces have been added to the group of animals by Stanley Zuck, whose
the former Anna Rcosevelt Dall, the shoulders by straps. Orange or now on dipslay in the Art Exchange
ng at the Roosevelt town house in bright yellow look especially well in of the League. The exhibitrepresents Loonis is especially worthy of note.
from a week-end honeymoon trip to these fabrics. nearly every branch of art and crafts- Miss Dorothe White, co-manager of
More conservative are the regular manship, including water colors, en- the Art Exchange with Miss Edith
wool suits made along the custom es- gravings, etchings, sculpture, jewelry, Higbie, has a new piece, "The Island"
I tablished lines. These, of course, are hand-loom work and metal craft. I on display. Also interesting is the
S gG ealways good for swimming - that is colored wood-cut, "The Bathers," by
for people who don't wish merely to are the water colors by George Bery, Miss Higbie.
paddle around. This year they seem and R. A. Matern, both Michigan A novel addition to the exhibit is
siastic Approval to be coming in for the most part in graduates, whose work in its theme the wrought iron-work, candelabra
white or along the flesh tones. and treatment is characteristic of the and wall-brackets, done by Joseph
Tailored Beach Wear newer trend. Two familiar scenes are Noggle. Prof. Avard Fairbanks' twin
pear with the Metropolitan Opera For beach wear alone all sorts of represented by Bery in his "Ambas- pieces, "Comedy" and "Tragedy," may
Company, chic costumes are being presented. sador Bridge" and "Viaduct." Mat- be seen. They are executed in wax-
Has Priceless Gifts Shorts are in, very much so, the light ern's piece, the Chrysler Building in stone, a sculpture medium invented
Mine. Lehmann's three priceless ones being set off by darker sweaters New York. shows unusual color treat- by Professor Fairbanks. A Chinese
in cottons and wools of the soft, fluf- ment, stressing vivid hues. fefigure by Miss Helen Bailey, '32, is
gifts - voice, personality, and dra- fy type. Many of these are tailored, Several etchings by Jonathan Tay-__ also included in the exhibit. j
matic temperament - won for her having a monogram on a little pocket or, '29, are or exhibit, including a
the plaudits of H. T. Parker of the in front. Scarves of the polkadot de- newly executed view of the Law Quad-
Boston Transcript, who described her sign are being tied with sailor knots rangle from the Union Tower. The
as "one of the illustrious singing ac- in front. Silk beach outfits are smart ever-appealing theme of etchers, old
tresses of our time." all in one piece, bound about the world scenes, are found in Taylor's
Especially noted as a singer of lied- waist by metallic belts and sometimes three pieces, one of St. Giles' church
er, Mme. Lehmann has also won fastened at the neck by buttons of in England, another scene in Durham,
much favorable comment in this field. the same design. Often, too, the and one in Venice. These etchings
To quote again - this time from the waist is in the form of two scarves, have been made from sketches done
Boston Herald, "It was for such sing- which crossing in front, button on by Taylor during his stay abroad,
ers as Lotte Lehmann that the lied- either shoulder. while holding the Booth travelling fel-

Alien Students
To Visit State
Normal Colleoe
As part of the program planned by
the World Fellowship Committee, a
select group of 20 foreign students
from the University will visit the
Michigan State Normal College at
Ypsilanti Feb. 6 and 7. Arrange-
ments for the trip have been made
by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counsel-
lor to Foreign Students, and Anna
Atkinson, secretary of the World Fel-
lowship Committee of this district.
The students in the company of
Professor Nelson will leave Ann Arbor
at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, to be
entertained during their visit as the
guests of faculty members of the
State Normal College. Plans have
been made for a student's Interna-
tional dinner to be held Wednesday
evening at the Charles McKenny
Hall in Ypsilanti. Following the din-
ner will be an informal discussion
among the students present.
The second day of the trip will be
spent in visiting classes of interest
to the individual students to give
the foreign students an opportunity
to observe classes in a Normal College.
In the selection of nationalities to
I represent the foreign student visitors
from the University, students from
China, Russia, Mindustan, Iraq, and
Germany have been chosen.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Biog-
raphy of a Bachelor Girl" with Ann
Harding; Whitney, "Jealousy" with
Nancy Carroll and "Crimson Ro-
mance" with, Ben Lyon; Wuerth,
"Paris Interlude" with Otto Kruger
and "Straight Is 4he Way" with
Franchot Tone; Majestic, "Kid Mil-
lions" with Eddie Cantor.
Exhibitions: Paintings from exhi-
bition of Michigan Artists and Fifty
Prints, open from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
daily in Alumni Memorial Hall.

John Boettiger and his bride,
daughter of the President, are stayi
Ncw York. They have just returnedf
the country.
Lotte Lehmann's
Critics' Enthu
The singing of Mme. Lotte Leh-
mann, world-renowned concert and
operatic artist and member of thel
Metropolitan Opera Company, who
will be heard in a concert recital inI
Hill Auditorium Friday night, has re-
ceived the enthusiastic approval of 1
jmany of our foremost music critics. -
Coming from abroad where she en- I

going Council and the three new lead- Toyed a full measure of fame, having
Aing officers. appeared in all the foremost opera
Accordingly, on March 11 the new houses of central Europe and having
League president, secretary and treat been decorated by several countries
utrer will be announced. On thattday for her performances, Mme. Lehmann
the three new officers will attendI received instant praise and subse-
Council. meeting and assist in the quently secured her chance to ap-
choice of chairmen to serve with them. _uentysecuredher__hance_____p-_
The three vice-presidents and Judi- school, and the third to represent
ciary Council members will be elected the music school, architecture college,
shortly afterward. The chairmen dental school, and any other schools.
chosen to hold office for next year Urged To Submit Petitions
will be announced for the first timess
a ...Miss Maynard,. in discussing the
at the-Installation Banquet. niatter of petitions, said yesterday,
New Office Created -f want to encourage everyone vitally
An important change in the admin- interested in the League to hand in a
istration of the League is the newly petition. We have no means of mea-
created office of treasurer, who will suring a woman's interest in the
take the place of the chairman of League unless she does signify it. It
the Undergraduate Fund committee, is not a matter of modesty at all, but
now being abandoned. In place of a purely business-like application."
the old committee, the League Coun- Installation last year took place on
cil as a whole will initiate money-mak- April 20. By placing it in March this
ing enterprises.j year, it° is believed that a more effi-
Every woman interested in an of- ( cient organization will result, new
fice is urged to submit a petition. officers receiving the benefit of out-
Only junior women may apply for going officers' experience. The old and
the positions of president, secretary new Council members will sit in joint
treasurer, and chairmanships. Two meetings on April 1 and 8. After that
sophomore women and one junior the old officers will act as advisers
woman will receive positions on Ju- to the new.
diciary Council. One vice-president Petitions for membership on com-
will be elected to represent the lit- mittees for next year are to be sub-
erary college, one the education mitted after the Installation Banquet.
_____ V

er were written. They were written In regard to slippers appropriate
for singers with warmth, passion, for bathing purposes, white flat-
tenderness, and understanding. After heeled sandals, with open toes and
hearing Lotte Lehmann, one realizes straps are the smartest thing. These
she haseverything a singer needs - also may be obtained in different col-
voice, artistry, charm, all the inter- ors to match the suit.
pretative requisites at her command."-
Favors Opera And Song Music Section Will
Mme. Lehmann's allegiance is' Meet On Th sda
equally divided between opera and eieO T rsday
song. In opera, her favorite role,
she avers, is Leonora in Beethoven's The Music Section of the Faculty
"Fidelio." It is in this opera that Women's Club will meet at 8 p.m. to-
she made her first appearance at I morrow at the home of Mrs. Max M.
the Grand Opera in Paris, causing Peet, 2023 Hill St. Mrs. Warren R.
Reynaldo Hahn, the composer, to Good will lead a discussion on French
write: "She is the most finished artist impressionism in connection with
that one has ever had occasion to modern music. Music will be fur-
applaud on the stage. She combines nished by Mrs. Nathan Konold, so-
to perfection the lyric and dramatic prano, and Ruth rfohl, harpist.
elements, and for that reason she is The program will include Apres un
the outstanding revelation of the Reve by Faure; Chanson Triste, by
Vienna Staatsoper." Duparc; Beau Soir, by Debussy, and
Mr. Parker has, in one of his criti- La Flute Enchantre, by Ravel, given
cisms, pointed to the pertinent fact by Mrs. Konold, and Lamento, by
that Mme. Lehmann is as effective in Hassalmann, Au Bord du Rosseau,;
her concert recitals as in her opera by Renie, Mirage, by Salzedo, and Le
roles. He has written, "She is mis- Bon Petit Roi d'Yvetot, by Gran-
tress of the procedures of song. She jany, by Miss Pfohl.
is no less mistress of operatic projec-
tion and characterization. Her sense The Arts and Crafts Guild will hold
of tonal and musical beauty, the in- an all day meeting from 9 a.m. co
sight, the will and the measure - 4:30 p.m. today in Nickels Arcade
these are the attributes of a singing Studio. Hostesses will be Mrs. L. A. 1
actress of the first rank." Holtman and Mrs. Gerald Hoag.
Foundation Garmentsft
I o
SHE Vogue Collegienne has v
been expressly designed for
you of the younger generationn
with your particular needs
uppermost in the minds of its
creators. It will enhance the
charm of your youthful figure
and give you the perfect free- s
dom that the swift-moving pace
of your activities demands.r
I Come in and get acquaintedt
with the Vogue Collegienne!
$3.50 to $7.50 3

lowship in art. Another charming
piece is the scene in the Rue Mouf- 1
fetard, Paris, done by John Alexander
Musi c School1
Students Will
G i ve -Recitals I
Katherine Leopold, '35, will give her
graduation recital at 8:15 p.m. today
in the School of Music Auditorium.
Miss Leopold is a student of JosephI
Brinkman, of the University. j
The program will be: Sonatine, C
major, by Mozart; Sonate. Op. 5 in
F minor, by Brahms; Sonnetto del
Petrarca, Op. 104, by Liszt; and Son-
ata Rustica, by Tansman. The pub-,
lic is invited to attend.
Hazel Paalman will also present j
her graduation recital at 8:15 p.m.,
Thursday, Jan. 24, in the School of
Music Auditorium. Miss Paalman is
a contralto, and will be accompanied
by Jean Hoover, at the piano.
Miss Paalman has been a student
of Prof. Arthur Hachett during her
work at the University. included in
her program will be vWorks of com-
posers such as Handel, Varancini,
Debussy, Brahms and Wolf. She will
sing four groups of well-known songs.
The general public is invited to at-
tend. _
Society Members Meet
At Home Of Professor
Alpha Kappa Delta, national so-
ciological honorary society, met last
night at the home of Prof. Roderick
D. McKenzie on Oakland Ave. The
program consisted of a talk by Prof.
Lowell J. Carr on the Juvenile Delin-
quency Information Service of which
he is the head.
A report of the national conven-
ion of Alpha Kappa Delta was given
by John F. Cuber, Grad., the delegate
f the Michigan chapter. The con-
vention was held Dec. 26, 27, and 28
n Chicago in connection with the
meeting of the National Sociological

WITH a host of merriment, thrills and fun at Annapolis.

Jar C
d eta Red
and his

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