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THE SPORTING LADY
By THREE BLIND MICE
The final score was 0-0 . . . Needless to say it was a perfectly fine
game . . . Just lots of fun .. . Big excitement . .. 'Cause two goals were
made by the Michigan team ... However, neither counted . . . The player
was offside both times . . . You see, a picked team representing Michigan
engaged in a hockey game with Wayne University yesterday morning . . .
The game started at 10:10 . . . It was good from start to finish . . .
The women left the W.A.A. building at 8 a.m. and were back in time
for the big homecoming game . . . A truck was the means of transportation
. .. And nice, soft hay provided comfortable sitting quarters . . . They
say they had a 'joyous' time . . . Singing, shouting, peppy yelling .
The game was played at Kingswood School . .. That is the girls' school in
Bloomfield Hills ... For those of you who have trouble with your geog-
raphy, we will explain in more detail ... Bloomfield Hills is located just
north of Birmingham . . . And Birmingham is north of Detroit ... which
is the automobile center of America, so probably a few of you know where
it is ...
Mary Redden was doing a good job as left wing when we saw her . . .
Lois Spreen, ex-Birminghamite was holding down her usual center job . . .
Right wing was Caroline Salisbury . . . Brenda Parkinson, Deborah Leon-
ard, Jean Gourlay, and Louise Paine, with the Texas drawl . . . They were
all busy playing. .. And needless to say, Hockey Manager Louise Lockman
was also very much there ... And as we mentioned before, it was a grand
game even though it ended with the score 0-0.
Athletics Plus Tea Plus Cider ...
Don't the best of us make mistakes . . . It takes a pretty broadminded
individual to admit it, but here's the idea . . . We told you that the Swim-
ming Club prospects would tea with active members at the W.A.A. on Wed-
nesday . . . But this invigorating atmosphere got the better of the refresh-
ment committee . .. So everyone enjoyed themselves talking about swim-
ming and partaking of cider and doughnuts . . . This all took place in
the big lounge . . . Mary Montgomery, Monty to most of us, and Miss
Helda Dover were doing a good bit of the entertaining . . . Monty is
president of the club and a pretty swimmer . . .
It was a busy afternoon at the W.A.A. building in more ways . . . In
one of the offices, Prexy, Brenda and Miss Hartwig were discussing the
problems of the zones. . . With them were Sally Henny and Mary Kilbenny
from Zone III . . . And also there were Nisley Brandt from VI and Dolores
Martin from IV ... Tea and spice cakes were served a't this gathering ...
Miss' Beise was seen running out to her 4 o'clock archery class with
sugared doughnuts for the archers. . . Trying to hit balloons was this week's
problem . . . It was exceedingly funny and really exciting to watch . . .
Last week Anna Thompson won the prize . . . Hope Hartwig was making a
good showing this week . . . She popped a balloon on the fifth arrow ...
Imagine doing that. . . . The prize last week - a perfectly huge Hallowe'en
lolly pop with a face on it ...
Bowling Tournament Is Hinted
And the bowling alleys are open now . . . Every afternoon and evening
. Men accompanied by women may play on the alleys ... Listen to this
next statement, all ye experts . . . A free hour of bowling will be given
weekly to the woman and man making the highest score during the pre-
ceding week . . . The Union has hinted that they will soon be challenging
the women to a tournament . . . . Speaking of tournaments, don't forget
the Archery Tournament, Nov. 12....
There was a super-special dinner the other night . . . The executive
committee of W.A.A. had dinner at Dr. Bell's on Thursday ... Serious bus-
iness was frequently interrupted by neighborhood children ringing the bell
for "things to eat" ... Did you ever go a-begging on Hallowe'en. .
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This will interest a lot of you . . . And several of you have your
plans made already . . . It's going to be just perfectly grand and very
much fun . . . The outdoor sports class is planning a houseparty over the
9th . . . There is room for a few more to go . .. Are you interested ...
Get in touch with Miss Hartwig. . . Call University 4121 and then ask for
799 . . . The other day the class rode merrily down to the canoe livery
in a truck . . . And they paddled around the dock with much splashing
. . ..Beatrice Fromm passed her test ...
Dancing Personnel ..
The Dance Club is doing particularly well this year.. . Have any of you
seen the members practicing . . . Or are you a member . . . Julia Wilson
is president and she is quite excited about it all . . . Miss Ruth Bloomer
is the new instructor in Modern Dance . . . She is a graduate of New York
University . . . Has been teaching at Oregon . . . And has spent the last
two summer seasons at Bennington . . . There she acted in the capacity
of photographer and dance student .. .
Another of the personnel is Emily White . . . Former instructor here
. . . Chicago University was her alma mater . .. And she taught there
. . . Then at Michigan, and is getting an M.A. degree at New York
University . . . She'll go on to Yale from there where she will teach in the
Yale Drama School . . . Colling Wilsey also must be included in the person-
nel of the Dance Club . . . A Michigan dancer, lit school student, and a Phi
Bete . . . Is studying at the Graham School of the Dance with Martha
Graham, Gertrude Shurr, and Lois Horst. .. Will have a position at Nassau
Institute of Fine Arts . . . And listen to this last . . . She is expecting to
translate old manuscripts concerning dance material ...
More Hockey And Hitting The Balls ...
It was just one of those perfect tangy autumn days-we quite envied
the girls dashing around and practicing "scoops" and other shots - Chatted
with Carolyn Salisbury and Miss Laurie Campbell, referees, and Aubrey
Andreson, who supplies all the balls and such for these affairs - and then
the game began . . . The familiar cries of "sticks," "obstruction," "off-
sides" and the like soon had us in the spirit of it all and we were dashing
around with the referees all out of breath . . . We couldn't help observing
the nice teamwork and Jean Gourlay's and Thelma Petersen's clever
recoveries of the ball. Somehow, Ruth White seemed to always be around
the ball- and we were as excited as the rest when Carrie Wallach hit a
goal, thus deciding the game for those in the red pinnies, 1-0, even though
it occurred in the first half.
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Final selections for the cast of the
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "Rud-
digore or the Witch's Curse," which
will be presented by Play Production
in collaboration with the School of
Music and the department of wom-
en's physical education, will be made
this week, Valentine B. Windt, direc-
tor, announced yesterday.
Preliminary tryouts will be held at
5 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, Wednes-
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Elizabethan Humor Shown By
'Twelfth Night'_Comedy Roles
By ELSIE A. PIERCE heartiness of the best of Elizabethan
"The keynote of 'Twelfth Night,'
one of the most famous of Shake-
spearean plays, is the thorough en-
joyment of life, and a vigorous readi-
ness: to take things as they come,"
Valentine B. Windt, director of Play
Production, said yesterday. "Twelfth
Night," the opening play of the Play
Production season, will be presented
Nov. 13-16 in the Lydia Mendel-
The play is believed to have been
written in 1602 for the celebration of
Twelfth Night, which was, according
to Mr. Windt, a feast-day for revels
and gaiety. "It is admirably suited
for such purposes," he said, "and its
vivid robustness, combined with a
freedom from over-anxiety over the
morrow, and the absence of psycho-I
humor is marvelously recaptured," he
pointed out, "and the result is a bril-
liant and delightful extravaganza."
He pointed out that it portrays
the spirit of adventure and reckless-
ness so typical of the Elizabethan age,
when the people lived impulsively, vi-
vidly and fully.
"The comic element in 'Twelfth
Night' is thoroughly modern," he
stated, "and although there are no
elaborately-laid schemeshnor subtle
characterizations, it is vigorous and
yet poetical romance."
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logical and metaphysical riddling Theater: Whitney, "Black Room"
make it one of the most perpetually with Boris Karloff and "Old Home-
endearing of Shakespeare's plays to stead" with Mary Carlisle; Wuerth,
all theater-goers." "Every Night at Eight" with George
It is one of the most unified of Raft and "Charlie Chan in Shang-
the plays, he continued, and Shake- hai" with Warner Oland; Majestic,
speare never lost sight of the central "Barbary Coast" with Miriam Hop-
idea of giving the audience a rollick- kins; Michigan, "His Night Out" with
ing good time. "However, it contains Edward Everett Horton and Harry
some of Shakespeare's most beautiful Reser and his Cliquot Club Eski-
lyric poetry," he remarked, "which mos.
is very successfully blended with them
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"In 'Twelfth ;Night' the robust ---
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will meet at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow in the
home of Mrs. F. E. Ross, 310 Platt
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