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The Michigan Daily, 1939-01-04

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19W THT MIC IGN DAILY

'Ugly Duicklinglf'
Will Be Staged'
. This Week-End~
rrikets May Be Obtained
At Mendelssohn Theatre
For Current Production
"The Ugly Duckling," in a special
operetta adaptation of the stoy by
[Tans Christian Andersen, will be
the last presentation this year by the
Children's Theatre, Roberta Chis-
sus, '39, Theatre Arts chairman, am-
nounced. Performances will be giv-
en at 3:45 p.m~. Friday ana at 1:30
p.m. arnd 3:30 p.m. Saturday inx Lydia
Menidelssohn Theatre.
Richard McKelvey, Grad., will di-
rect, assisted by Betty Spooner, '39.
McKelvey also adapted the'Story. to
the stage. Be'atrice Danaziger, '40SM,
assisted with the costumning and iu-
sic, while Ann Kicines, '40, was' in
charge of lighting effects and Bob
Corrigan desigrned the sets.
About 40 Ann Arbor people will
take part in the production with
children in the dancing and singing
choruses. Five University H i g h
School banci members will be in the
"Barnyard Band" with David Hil-
'dinger as drum major. Jeanne Burt
is dance director with Hazel Jensen
as assistant. Music and lyrics have
been written by Margery Soenkseni,
'39, and Miriam Brouis, Grad. Betty1
Harwood, '40SM, is music director.
The Lydia Mendelsohn box of-
fice opened yesterday and will re-
main open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
daily through Friday azjd from 9 aaim.
until 3:30 p.m., the time of the last
performance Saturday. Ticketi, are
25 cents for children and 50 cents
for adults, and holders of se, ,on
tickets are reminded to cxch- unge
their coupons for reserved'sts
League Chairmnen
Announce Meetings
The New Year opens with a quick
barrage of League meetings, thr'ee of
them being held today and tomor-
row.
Roberta Chissus, '39, chairman oft
the ;Theatre Arts Committee, an-
nounced that a nmeeting of her com-
mittee will b~e held at 5 p.m. today int
the League.
A meeting of the .Publicity C in-
mittee will be held- tomorrow :1t 5,
p.m. in the League and it is impera-
tive that every member be present,
Harriet Pomeroy, '39, chairman, an-{
nounced.
Plans for the Ruthven 'Teas,. t6 be'
given. Jan. 11 and 18, will be n ad.3 at
a ineeting of the Social Qonnnittee
at 4 p~m tomorrow in the League,
Barbara HIeath, '39, chairman of the
comnmittee, announced.1

A fteritoon Dresses Feature Full Skirts

New Jewelr~y Shows Iifflueie
IOf Orieiit, Eiiio1,t Antd1iMexic

The bright and cheerful New Year
has brought forth a tantalizing as-
ISortment of new jewelry to tempt
the jewelcl onscious co-ed to spenid
her Christmas money. Among these
fascinating displays of Chinese, in
spite of a few minor bombshells that
have been dropping around their ears,
have managed to send some exotic
pieces of Oriental objects d'art into
the country.
There are delicately carved white
jade rings mounted i chasd Silvter1
settings. More expensive ones hiav~e
appeared in the rich, deep tone ofI
Her
IVie wpoinat
by VICKI'

the .iade green and are carved and4
peirced in much the same manner as
the whi-te jade rings. Both 'types Of
;f,& may also be found in carved Pen-a
dants.
Brass Rings Shownc
The Tibetan monks are contribu6-
ing to the jewelry bazaars this win-
ter with hand wrought rings of rich
burnished brass with turquois-a andi
,oral sets of mosaic patterns. Many
of these rings are considered lucky
a.nd have minute charm pebbles in
their centers. One very -unusual Tib -
tan ring has a huge silver setting that
-overs all of the first joint of cane's
finger. In the center of this i ,:ii
{arge half-circle coral set surr )tUnded
''y raised turquloises.
From a source nearer home the
Mexican peons have contributed some
of their exquisitely' massive silver
pieces. Not only is one able to buy
ings and pendants but also there arc.
arge twisted silver bracelets and
yven larger link ones that clank men-
"cingiy .
Indian JIewelr'y Is Pot ula~r
If you are one of the' advocates of
he "Buy American" slogan the Nav-
a jo Indians have just the thing for
you. Their dainty' little -rings and
oracelets of stamped -silver will add
charm to dress for any occasi.on. 0th -
,sr Indian jewelry of a more 'na~ysive
sort is to be found' in the ring, - wiith
'j:etrified wood sets

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(Note: We found this letter waiting
for us oh the baiiietinboard at The
Daily when we steamed back to work at
5 pan. yesterday. It needs. no com-
mient. )
:Dear Vicki:
I was watching the world go by
on the corner of State and Williams
a little while ago; mournfully sens-
ing the seasonal mantle of Christ-
mas (and New Year's Eve) cheer,
;slip from me ini the sad cont empla-
tion of prospects for the first month
of the New Year. There's nothing
like a busy corner when you're in the
mood for a bit of philosophizing on
the whims of a wayward world,
Yep-it was a different sight thlat
miet the eye today from the one on
that samie corner aI little 'less tIma,
three w1'c'1 i o. inom f tlbe old
pep, vrim i d vigor t hat, pre-v1ac a-1

(&dding s
rand
6ngagements

Wh'ether for tcas or diates, the Mid-winter dreses are both sfiiart and
practical. Ficats andi tucks are especially poular and are shown on either
Flicers or wools. Two-tone dres4ses With) sport jackets aid low waist--ike ,
are the, very iAtest thing in fasbion t~is sea so. Accessories for y our coy-
ttirmnc include hats with very shallow; crown; and bows or flowers, 'doez
skin gloves ad.large Kfpurses, also of clueskin of sedc in contrastlug
colors,

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Martha Co"ok is Vicoar
In I-M Basketball Gan-e
/
Adelia Cheever Dormitory wasf
eliminated from the women's intra-
mural basketball, tournament' yester-1
dtay when defeated by Martha Cook
15-to G.
Th e tur nanwent will continue at
4:30 p.m. today when Zone II Mays
Alpha Gamma :Delta and Zone. X
plays Kappa, Delta. At 5:10 p.m.
today the Delta Delta Delta Vs. Mo-
sher Hall andi Chi Omega vs. Alpha
Epsilon Phigie will be Played.
Martha_ Cook will meet the Ann
Arbor Independents at 4:30 pm. to-
morrow, and at 5:10 p.m. Kappa Al-
pha 'Theta will meet Zone I'

Bowling't'ourney
Starts This Week
Thirty-seven women have entered
the women's singles bowling tourna-
inent, which starts this week at uhe
Women's Athietic Building.
The first two rounds of the tourna-
ment must be played off by 'the end
of this week. Jeannette Stickels, 1400
bowling ma nager, anno'unced; alid it
is hoped that the entire touri'ainent
'will be completed before final exam-
The bowling alleys are open from
3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. week days and from 3 p ,m.
to 5 p.m. Saturdays.

GAU1A. o U l e ~ i(aui lAA 111T1,we1dingfYBarbar1Cummins
'lowv and spiritless tread replaced thle I'eawdigo albr Cm n.
springingl step, 8 hint of icss '37 dmiUghter of Mr. andx Mrs. A. A.
glow'ed deep in tm v r.VCummins of Ann Arbor 'to John D.
The wesag e-i seems eons! Edmronds, '3lli, tools place in the
Jut thee elsaoweks inceioy League Chapel last Saturday after-
Jus theesxralwees inc Tjoy Inooni. Mr. Edmonds is the sogn of'
hil packed my bag, threw in my Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Edmonds of De-
Swain, a bit of French. Strindberg's° rot
plays, the crld economics syllabus. I Thcemoywsprredb
was going to get a jump on the New D'E .BaeaRlgos d
d[ear, mnake mxy resolution to study viser to the University. Miss'Cum
~~aly-etthat term paper done, and mins was affiliated with Alpha Gam-
the outside reading. ma Delta.
It was a good idea--sure. I was Mr. aiicai Mrs. C. S. Thomas of
going 10 work v('X(rtir ld, ;ix lhoar; a. ID4 nill., have ajminoied,;the
day till I got it done, ~o to the li- engagement of. their daughter, Miss
brary so I wouldn't be disturbed. I Kvi Thomas to Mr. C., P. Whitte-
tbok the books home ;nd lined them more, ',29E, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L
do on thec shelf over my bed. Yeah,f Whitteiinore also of Evanston.
and that's where they stayed. Mr. Whittemnore is affiliated with
it's a l 'ng, sad story, the history 'psi Up ilonl fraternity and is presi~-
of relyOwnfall. First it seemled 4" dent of the local chapter of Psi Lsi-
shanme to wste t th daytime, s;o I re- I on.
:olved to study .at night -to taste The engame nt of Jean E lizabeth
the luxury of reading in bed. Then Feller, '35, cdaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
the troub~le Was I couldn't steel my- Robert Browdler Kel1ler of Ossiniing,
'elf again~st the temptation of a stack N.Y., to Cadwell Tyler., It., of Ossin-
Of igazines on the table beside my ing has been ainounced by the form-
bed. To make a long story short- I er's parents. Miss Keller attended
packed the books back in the bag,,'Wheaton College, Mass. arid studied
yesterday, making me the only man in Tours, France before attending the
in history to read five pages of University. Mr. Tyler is a graduate
Strindberg in 14 days. ' of Yale University and of Harvard
Mournfully Yours, } Graduate School of Business Admin-
Amos. istration.

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JANUARY CLEARANCE

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300 Pairs. All
Regular to $4,

New
95
The mdseason SAVING you'vt
been hoping fort select beautiP
fit Connie fron-Iouir regula
stock r , all new types and
wantc 4 colors! A-11 sizeo, but not
ir ev >,Ery . <iy:.

Unudfiah.values 'ixn daytime, di oner
and evening dre ses. Inehiding'Ellen
Kaye andi Louise, Mulligan fricks.
Sizes 11 to 17; 12 to 40. Formerly
to $29.95.
Crepes, wools, velvets anid metalhics
suitable for sport andf da 7thnle wear.
Sizes 9 to 17; 12 to 201/,. Fo rmerly
to $10.95.
,A group' of all-occasion dresses.
Silks, wools and velvets: Sizes 12
to 40. Formerly to $14.95.
Silks, wools and challis. Sizes 11
to 18. Formerly to $7.95.

$89
* 5505

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DRESSES

$3
0~~ safin Madeolsi-eliS

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SWEAERS.. .~..$1.95 to $3,95
Fornmerly to $bA9
BLOUSES-eo0o o , $2.95"and $395
'for-merly to $5.95
HATS. erosam1.-and $.9
Formerly to $6.50

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ERN e aire tXC °u xint
- .a nece _ .. h ~t\'s rG, e A o 19-g

_ 600 Pairs of Gorgeous;
Re gular 6 and
rrexam Pt CI'S c seen i

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KNITTED DRESSES

FUR-TRIMMED
SUITS
One. 3-piece (formerly to
'$39.95) .... . . . . .250
One 3-piece (formerly $59.95)
.. . . . . . . $35.00
One Sport Coat (formerly
$22.95)............... $15.0
r Sheep linedl. Size 12

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