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SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1937


Twenty Women
Will Compose
New Co-op Unit
One Hour A Day Of Work
Is Expected To Furnish
Half Room And Board

Twenty undergraduate women will
compose the University's first wom-
en's cooperative house, Muriel Bre-
mer, '38Ed said yesterday.
The cooperative which is to be es-
tablished next fall will be located at
517 R Ann St., Miss Bremer con-
By doing all the work in the house
themselves, such as planning and
cooking meals, cleaning and buying,
the girls expect to furnish both room
and board for $5.50 a week. It is esti-
mated that each member of the house
will work approximately one hour a
Planning Began In Spring
Since spring vacation a few girls
have been working on this coopera-
tive project. They have succeeded
in 'enlisting the support of the off e
of the Dean of Women, renting the
house of Mrs. Louis Salow, and in-
teresting a considerable number of
both faculty members and students.
About forty girls expressed their de-
sire to live in the house.
Mrs. H. L. Pickerill, active in Ann
Arbor cooperative movements, has
been advising the group. Other aid
has been obtained from the existing
campus cooperatives. There has been
an exchange of ideas with the men's
cooperative at 535 Thompson St. and
there is a possibility that the houses
will work in conjunction next year.
Differs From Cheever house
While the new women's cooperative
resembles in some ways the Adelia
Cheever and Alumni Houses, there are
m~any differences. Both Adelia Chee-'
ver and Alumni House are owned by
the University and in both, the girls
must pay for their room. A girl can-
not earn her full board at either. At
Adelia Cheever it is possible to earn
-half board by working twelve hours a
week and in Alumni House two thirds
of the board is earned by fourteen
hours work. Although all do the ac-
tual work, such as cleaning, cooking
and dishwashing is done by the
women, the meals are planned by the
house mother.
In the women's cooperative it is
possible to work toward both room
and board. By working seven hours
a week the women will cut both room
and board expenses to 'approximately
half of the regular dormitory fees.
Student To Give I
Song Recital Here
Mary Kohlhaas, '37SM, will give a
graduation recital at 8:15 p.m.,
Tuesday in the School of Music Audi-
torium. Miss Kohlhaas, a soprano
who has studied under Prof. Arthur
Hacket, will sing the following pro-
"Intorno all 'idol mio," by Cestri;
Scarlatti's "Gia il sole dal Gange";
0 del mio dolce ardor," by Gluck;
"Chi vuol la zingarella," by Paisiello;
brahms' "Alte Liebe," and "Es Trami
mute Mir"; "Liebesbriefchen," by
Korngold; "Berborgenheit.
"In dem Schatten meiner Locken,"
by Wolf; Hahn's "Trois jours de

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Midnight-Bob Crosby Orch.
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1:00---Weather Forecast.
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1:00-"Youth and the Nation.
1:15-"Mother's Album."
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2 :30-Davis Cup Matches.
2:45--Vocal Varieties.
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5:00--Joe Penner with Jimmie Grier's
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10:30_-In the Hermit's Cave.
11 :00--Dr. J. Frank Norris.
11:30--Dick Jurgin Orch.
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Over 50 men and women of Play
Production and the School of Music
will take part in "The Bartered Bride"
when it is given here June 15 to June
18 for the 1937 Celebration, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Prof. Herbert
Kenyon of the department of ro-
mance languages, chairman of the
entertainment committee of the Cel-
The play is being given as part of
the entertainment program of the
Celebration and to present student
musical and dramatic activities for
returning alumni, Professor Kenyon
stated. It will be directed by Prof.
Valentine B. Windt, Prof. William
Doty, musical director, and Miss Ruth
IK. loomer of the department of
physical education, in charge of
Principles in the production will be
Maurice Gerow and Tom Williams as
Jenik; Burnette Staebler and Mildred
Olson as Marie; -Verna Kellett and
Fred Shafmaster as Kezal; Martin
Thompson as Vashek; Clarawanda
Sisson as Esmeralda; and Grace Wil-
son- as Haata. There will be 40 other
persons in the chorus and dances.
"The Bartered Bride" is a comic
)pera about Bohemian life written by
Friedrich Smetana, with lyrics by Sa-
bina. Smetana, a pupil of Liszt, com-
posed eight operas during his life, but
it was this one that made" him fa-
mous and brought his appointment as

director of the Prague opera. First
performed in Prague in 1866, it was
not brought to America until 1909. It
received its first recognition when
performed in 1892 at the Vienna
Music Festival.
According to the plot, the betrothal
of Hans and Marie is threatened by
Marie's father, because he has deter-
mined she shall marry Wenzel, the
son of an old friend of his, Micha.
Nenzel is extremely unattractive, but
Kruschina, the father, and Kezal plan
to push the marriage.
Kezal offers Hans 300 crowns if he
will give up Marie in favor of Wenzel.
At first he is refused; then Hans con-
sents, providing Marie will marry only
the son of Micha. Kezal is delighted
and signs a paper to this effect.
Marie cannot believe that her lover
has sold her for 300 crowns, but is
persuaded when she sees the agree-
ment. However, Micha returns and
Maims Hans as his long-lost eldest
son, and Hans thus wins 300 crowns
besides the bride.
Mrs. Peter Raft, '37, has been given
the annual Phi Tau Alpha prize by
that honorary classical languages so-
ciety it was announced yesterday.
The award, in the form of a book,
is given to the person attaining the
highest rank in classical courses.

50 Play Production Members
Will Present 'Bartered Bride'

Landscape Design
Scholarship Open
A scholarship in Landscape Design,
with an annual stipend of $150 for
two years, is open to some woman
student of the University, the Bloom-
field Hills chapter of the Women's
Farm and Garden Association, an-'
nounced yesterday.
The requirements are that the
woman must have had at least two
years of study in some college of the
University or in some other college[
in Michigan of accepted standing.
The scholarship is also open to sen-
iors or graduate students who will
work for two years toward the degree
of Master of Landscape Design.
Any woman who wishes to apply
for this scholarship should consult
immediately with either Prof. H. O.
Whittemore or Miss H. J. Corbin

Class Dinner
Will Be Part
Of Centennial
Alumni of all departments and of
all classes attending the Centennial
celebration will meet at an all cass
dinner, which J. Fred Lawton, com-
poser of "Varsity," will attend, to be
held at 6 p.m. Thursday, 'June 17, in
the Union ballroom, according to
Robert O. Morgan, secretary of the
class officer's council.
"This is the first time all classes
will have met together," he said,
"and it is to be an informal gather-
ing with no speeches, but a lot of
Michigan songs."
The University of Michigan, Alumni
Glee Club, under the direction of
Prof. Otto S. Zelner, '05, of the
University of Minnesota department

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2:45-Tiger Talk.
3:00--St. Louis at Detroit.
5:00-Catholic Hour.
5 :30--Mischa Kottler.
5:45-Sport Review.
6:00-Jack Benny.
6:30 -Fireside Recital.
6:45--Jingle Program.
7:00-.Edgar Bergen.
8:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
8:30-American Album of Familiar 11 usta,
9:00-Sunday Night Party.
9:30-Westminster Appointment.
10:00-Commissioner Pickert.
10:30-Press Radio News.
10:35-E1 Chico Spanish Revue.
11:00--Dance Music.
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3:00--Children's Hour.
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6:30-Robert L. Ripley.
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