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WE PDAY JANtfAR a, A3

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iulnch eM e ti g.FotrFes .I W oenC PteI ylL
Lunct-heon Meetings For Freshman, Women Are Planned By]I

vyvern

Six Gatherings
Will Feature
informal Talks

Opera Debau Made By Grocer's Daughter

Special Party
Will Celebrate
GrillBirthday
Song Novelties, Birthday
Cakes To Greet Guests
Friday, Saturday

'Perfect Actor' Will Be Idol
Of Ann Arbor Theatre-Goers

Purpose Is To Expla
Campus Organizatio
To New Students
Luncheon meetings to acqua
freshmen women with the vari
activities on campus will be condu
ed by Wyvern, junior honorary
ciety during the next three weeks
was announced by Elsie A. Pier
president.
Six group meetings will be h
covering the class projects, the me
system of the League, publicatio
the social and house reception co
mittees of the League, Play Prod
tion, the theatre arts committee a
the Assembly.
The first luncheon will be held
noon Tuesday, Jan. 14 in the no
east alcove of the League Grillroo
The Freshmen Project, Sophom
Cabaret and Junior Girls' Play w
be discussed at this meeting. Mar
anna Chockley, Edith Zerbe and B
ty Ann Beebe will be in charge.
The second meeting to be h
Thursday, Jan. 15 in the Leag
Grillroom will include a discussi
of the merit system of the Leag
and the different honorary societi
Mary Potter and Billie Faulkner w
take charge.
The meeting on publications w
be under the direction of Miss Pier
Charlotte Rueger, Charlotte Ham
ton and Jewel Wuerfel. The pub
cations which will be discussed i
elude the Daily, the Michiganensie
and the Gargoyle.
Betty King, Jane O'Ferrall a
Grace Snyder will head the discu
sion of the social and house rece
tion committees, and Lois King, Ma
Lambie and Miss Pierce will ta
charge of Play Production, and t
theatre arts committee.
The last meeting will cover ti
Assembly and activities for non-a
filiated women in particular. Ma:
Andrew and Gretchen Lehmann w
be in charge of this group.
The purpose of the luncheon mee
ings is to enable freshmen women
find out about the activities whi
they Will be able to take up after ti
first semester. The discussions w
be informal so that questions may 1
asked. All freshmen and any othe
interested may attend any or allt
the meetings.
Smith To Speak
Before Faculty
W omen's Clul
"The Garden Chrysanthemum
will be the subject of Mr. ElmerI
Smith, of Smith Chrysanthemu
Gardens in Adrian, who is to spea
at 3 p.m. today before a meeting t
the garden section of the Facul
Women's Club.The meeting willen
held at the home of Mrs. G. E. Den
more, 2116 Melrose Avenue, chai
man of the program committee.
Mr. Smith, who is known nationa
ly as an authority on chrysanth
mums, will bring specimens of son
of the unusual flowers he has d
veloped. It will be guest day, an
all interested are invited to attend
Others who are in charge of t
affair are Mrs. J. W. Kemper, chai
man of the hospitality committe
Mrs. J. M. Nickelsen, chairmanc
trie publicity committee and Mr
Wiliam L. Ayres, secretary-treasur
of the garden section.
ARTS AND CRAFTS GUILD
The Arts and Crafts guild will hol
its first meeting this year at 7:45 to
morrow night in the League. Mr
H. S. Mallory, the president, an
nounced that there would be a di

cussion of group work meetings, an
of plans for continued handicra
projects.

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The perfect actor, the one who1
doesn't talk back is the puppet, ac-
cording to Mr. William Duncan, one
of the producers of the Tatterman
Marionettes which will be brought
here Friday at the Lydia Mendel-,
ssohn Theatre.
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-Associated Press Pho1;o.
Miss Josephine Antoine made a successful initial performance in
the Metropolitan Opera in New York inI "Mignon." She is the 21-year-
old daughter of a grocer of Boulder, Colo.

ill GRADUATE CLUBTOnHEAR TALK
Tailored Gowns Prof. Gail E. Densmore, of the
ill speech department, is to address the
, Supplant Frills Graduate Club on the subject of
li- "Proper Pronounciation of Common
n- n Trip S outh Words" at a luncheon given at noon
entodayin the Russian Tea Room of
nd By MARY SAGE MONTAGUE _---_-_
When the feminine heart yearns --- ---- ----
south this season, it is.going to turn
ry to the tailor for morning, aiiernoon, S
ke and even evening clothes. The de-c e o e
he signers have foregone the frills that
one usually associates with palm
trees and moonlight nights on Bis- ItsS eason l C 1
c- ayne Bay to favor the sleek and
y svelte and thoroughly sophisticated at the C olle e
'y gown, and the result is both practical
ill and attractive.
For travelling there is a chalk-
t- stripes blue wool suit consisting of NO TIME like the present to sa
to fitted jacket, the new short skirt, dollars, and at the same tim
h and a hand blocked linen blouse. And up your wardrobe with really fine
he if the weather is cold enough to apparel and accessories, the thin
ill warrant it you may wear on top of have always wanted to buy t
be this a three-quarter length cocoa it's Clearance-Time at the
rs wool coat,, lapeled, three-buttoned, Shops. Practically the entire sl
of and deep-pocketed. hp.Paiclyhenirs
For late afternoon or early eve- regular winter merchandise he
ning there are a multitude of jackets reduced to make way for the new
to put over a more formal dress, and fashions.
they will transform you into almost
anything from a toreador to a jockey. DRESSES
For a broadcloth dinner dress inDR SE
pale lavendar with a pleatedssatin Dresses for sports ... smart fash
skirt, there is a hip-length fitted class and dress-up wear . . . p
jacket that is copied from a gentle- lovely gowns for dinner and c
man's riding-coat, and for a cobalt
blue low-necked evening gown there High shades, demi-pastels, and
a" is a crocheted bolero and cummer- of black. Sizes 12 to 16. Formerl
D. bund in scarlet. to $29.75.
m White, always a favorite in the $9.98 and $12.9E
k south, makes up a dinner suit in lin-
of en.
ty BLOUSES . . . jerseys, crepes,
SW o en trs and lames .. . a type for every o
To SWEATERS . . . lots of blac
League old goodlooking whites, and a sele
e- e smart styles in high shades .
e MeetingToday and, 2.98.
d LINGERIE . . . Kayser pajama
. Three departments of the League and crepe gowns, silk or rayon pa
e of Women Voters will hold meetings bras, petticoats . . . all reduced
r- today in the Michigan League, to $2.98.
e; The department of government GLOVES . . . chic styles in Fre
of and education will meet at 9:30 a.m.,
s and Mrs. William M. Laird will pre- or suede, also a few pigskins ...
er side. The department of interna- ayser ric gloves, knitted
tional cooperation, of which Mrs. M. and gloves . . . 69c and $1.49 pr.
G. Fiegal is chairman, will meet at JEWELRY ... Catalin rings an
the same time. The subject for dis-
cussion will be "Neutrality." Mrs. lets, woden iitials, a few ear:
d D. E. Standish, chairman of the de- 2
- partment of government and child
s. welfare, will preside at a meeting to
i- be held at 1:30 p.m.
S- The local branch of the League is
id cooperating with the national or-
ft ganization this month in a campaign SH
to enlist the support of political par-
ties for "Trained personnel in pub-
lic service." types and sm
Zonta Club wear . . . Sue
The Zonta Club held a business - gold or silver
meeting last night in the Michigan reduced to $3.
League. Miss Marian Durell, chair-
nan of the service committee, led a
discussion on the work which the
organization will do this year and
how the funds needed will be raised.'
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The first year's existence of the thuppets,-M:
operation of the puppets, M
League Silver Grill on thiscampus cai explained the process b
is to be celebrated in a gala ann- they are made. After writ:
versary program to be given Fri- play, sketches are drawn a
day and Saturday nights. umes designed and the scenei
The program for the party is to in- ned for the whole production.
elude special novelty numbers in- The heads of the puppets a
eluding song specialities and orches- modelled in clay and then
tra selections as well as individual plaster. From this they are n
birthday cakes lighted by tiny can- in plastic wood. The whole
dles for all the guests, according to is constructed of carved wood,
officials in charge of the affair. arms, legs, hands and feet. I
The Silver Grill opened one year to insure free and graceful
ago this week-end with Al Cowan's mets, the joints are made o
orchestra playing. The same band wood, leather or metal and sor
has been maintained during its ex- all three in one joint. Next t
istence, and will be featured at the ures are painted on the fa(
anniversary celebration. wigs are made, and then the c
Since the opening of the Grill, the ire fitted and the puppets ai
floor plan has been entirely redec- ed.
orated. Formerly, "Pan" occupied
the middle of the floor serving as the Strange are the essential
official mascot. He has now been for making the puppet read:
moved to the theatre lobby, and his stage appearance. The nun
color changed from silver to green, strings needed is very great,f
The band has been moved from the and often two, are used fo
old shell to the modern platform. joint. If some special actior
This year's decorations have fea- quired of the puppet such a
tured the black and silver color motif ing a violin, fighting a duel o:
carried out in drapes as well as the a horse, extra strings are a
individual table lights. The Grill has quired,
furnished week-end entertainment-
for approximately 500 couples during
the last year, officials stated.
the League. This function is in
charge of Miss Jeannette Perry, As-
sistant Dean of Women.
-Jan u
' hekels Girls!_
learance-Time
Shops-
7e some C
e stock
quality
gsyo 423F r
College
>cks of
s been
Spring
ons for
Including a
ancing.
plenty
priced
$5.00 and $6.95
Satin,$3.95 GOWNS.
casn One Group of SL
to so3.98
some 25% Reduction
tion of
$1.98 MUFF BAGS
, satin
tits and
to 69c
ich kid~
.ittens 25% Reduction
One Lot of BL
brace-x
gs .. "
c each f
RO E
FLANNEL
OES VELVETS
walking, dress
rt formal foot- -
de, calf, fabric, 2

kid ... greatly NE(
9 8 a n d $ 4 .9 8 p r .2
L20%
On
Boots
.Pull-ons and snap styles BELL
reduced to $1.49 pr. Smart
nipper types in black or brown,
now 1.98 pr. Goodyear's Shug-
lovs, black or brown .. 2.49 pr.
Fur trimmed boots with rub-

FMI UlILl

)bSoTAs Are Continuing the
try Clearance Sale!i
-STARTING WEDNESDAY

The last part in preparing for a
production is greatly similar to re-
hearsing for a regular play, for the
puppeteers must learn the lines of
the play and the various cues. Added
to this they must rehearse the oper-
.tion of pulling the strings to make
thc puppets move on the stage in co-
ordination with the voice.
The play which the Tatterman
Marionettes will presenthere is "The
Glowing Bird," a combination of old
T'.:issian folk tales called "sakazki."
The marionettes will be brought here
through Prof. Herbert Kenyon, direc-
tor of the Lydia Mendelssohn
I Theatre.
Performances will be given at 4:15
p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Friday in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets,
which will go on sale at 1 p.m. today
at the box office at the League, are
priced at 15 cents for children and
25 cents for adults. Any one interest-
ed in ushering for either of the per-
formances should call Julie Kane, '36,
chairman of the house reception
committee of the League.
Skiing And Tobaggoning Party
A skiing and tobaggoning party
will be given by the Outdoor Sports
division of the W.A.A. at 2 p.m. Sat-
urday in the Arboretum. The group
will meet at the W.A.A. building and
will return there afterwards for re-
freshments, according to Mabel Al-
lison, '38

"Within This Present" is the title
of tfie new display in the League
Library. The exhibit features mod-
ern books, artists, dramatists, poets
and playwrights. Pictures used in
this connection have been taken from
the back issues of magazines and
newspapers donated by Miss Ethel
McCormick.
It is the opinion of Miss Mary
Wedemeyer, librarian, that as the
library belongs to student patrons,,
they should be able to directly ex-
press their opinions concerning the
books and policies. To this end there
will be a box in the card file in which
patrons are requested to leave titles
which they think should be on the
shelves, as well as any suggestions
concerning the administration.
Contributions of any back issues of
magazines or newspapers would be
appreciated, according to Miss Wede-
meyer.

For Sport
and Dress
One g roup

RIMMED Individually and REDUCED!
Drastically
F S
[ESS ES 2i IA
E
Limited Number of Formal and Dinner Dresses
LINGERIE
GOWNS and PAJAMAS.................$375
..$2.75
I PS, PANTIES, CHEMISES ........25% Discount
on PURSES........... ....including "Formals"
........................One Lot at Half Price
IN THE ANNEX
on All SKIRTS .....BLOUSES.......SWEATERS
)USES Values to $1.95 ...............89c
ONE GROUP OF
and LOUNGING PAJAMAS
S ... CORDUROY . . ..
5% Reduction on CREPE and SATIN
GLIGEES and LOUNGING PAJAMAS
GLOVES
Reduction on all Kid, Cape and Pigskins.
e Lot of FABRICS and WOOLS at 79c
E SH ARMEER HOSIERY
$1.50 Values - 2Pa'irs for $2.70

JGP DANCE CIKORUSES
All junior women interested in
working in dance choruses for
the Junior Girls' Play are to at-
tend a meeting at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in Barbour Gymnasium. It
is essential to have a health cer-
tificate at that time.

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