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0, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIT F SENIOR
PILY ANNOuJNCED,

"If I Were King" By Justin McCarthy
To Be Presented During
Commencement
PROF. JOHN L. BRUIPI WILL
DIRECT ANNUAL PRODUCTION
"If 'I were King," by . ustin McCar-
thy, has been chosen by members of
the Senior Girls' play committee as the
most suitable play to be given by the
women of the senior class during
Commencement week, and tryouts for
parts will be held at 4 o'clock on Tues-
day and Wednesday, April 1 and 2, at
Sarah CaswellI Angell hall. Prof.I
John L. Brumm, who is to direct the
production, asks that all tryouts come
prepared to read some sh'ort selection.
While it is not as yet definitely de-
cided whether the play will be given
indoors or outdoors general senti-
ment seems to favor an inside product-
ion, and if this can be satisfactorily
managed, such will be the ease.
A tax of 50 cents is to be assessed
each senior woman in order to cover
the initial expenses of the production.
This is payable to Dorothy Greenwald
at any time.
Committees for the play have been
announced as follows: Programs,
Madeline Arnold, chairman, Louise
Coates, Dorothy' Jenners, Lois Barr;
business, Dorothy Greenwald, chair-]
man, Dorothy Wylie, Blanch Kynast,
Elizabeth Halfert, Dorothy Bogan, Sue
Fitch, Elizabeth Slote, Frances Speak-
er, Elsa Schuler, Dorothy Bishop,
Charlotte -Ermann, Elizabeth Cain;
costumes, Dorothy Jeffreys, chairman,
Jessie Beckham, Velma Lee Carter,
Rosemary Lawrence, Lucretia Brew-
er; properties, Elizabeth Carsons,
chairman, Mildred Packard, Virginia
Rice, Thelma Wiegand; publicity,
Bernadette Cote, chairman, Isabel
Waterworth, Florence Rankin, Helen
Deemier; advertising, Winifred Crag- .
ie, chairman, Velma Null, Margaret;
music, Flora Callender, chairman,
Helen Mutschler Hope Haliday. Pam-'
ela Brown is general chairman of the
play.
Committee chairmen will meet at{
4 o'clock today, in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall, to discuss mattrs concern-
ing the production vii h Mi llurmm.
if. A. A. TO INITIATE
MEMBERS AT SPRER

Members of the faculty and student
members of the various classes will
give a stunt at this time and the
mandolin club is scheduled to play.
The initiation ceremony will be fol-
lowed by an informal dance.
All University women are invited to
attend the spread. Membership in the
W. A. A. is not necessary for attend-
ance. Slips will be sent to the houses
on campus in order that women may
sign up for the spread.
I Notices
Juniors who loaned flashlights or
shoes for the Junior Girls' play, are
asked to get them from Alphra Ladd,
Betsy Barbour house, immediately.
All committees for the freshman
pageant will meet at 4 o'clock to-
morrow in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Track practices for the classes in
preparation for the indoor meet are1
as follows: Freshmen, Monday at 4
o'clock; sophomores' Monday at 5
o'clock, juniors and seniors, Thurs-
day at ,4 o'clock.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will hold
its weekly meeting at 4:30 o'clock to-
morrow in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium.

CHECKERBO9ARD INN WILL
SPNO1SL FBRASS
Brass articles, such as vases, can-
dlesticks, trays, paperweights,.et cet-
era will be sold at "Checkerboard Inn"
which the Women's League wifl con-!
duct Friday, April 4, at Betsy Barbour
house. The articles are being pur-
chased in New York City by Sara Wel-
ler, '22, who writes fashion reviews
for the magazine "The Breath of
Fashion." They will be on sale at the
dormitory in the afternoon as well
A at the luncheon and dinner.
Unique decorations are being plann-
ed for "Checkerboard Inn." Black
and white panels will be hung on the
walls with a corresponding note in
the centerpieces on the tables. In
contrast, bright colored paper parrots
pasted on the windows will match
the candlesticks on the tables. The
waitresses will wear wear black dress-
es with white aprons and caps.
Reservations for tables are being
taken for luncheon which will be ser-
ved at 12 o'clock and for- dinner at 6
o'clock. They may be' made by call-
ing 3048-M from 2 to 5o'oclock any
afternoon before Friday.
Graduate Studeants To' Give Tlea
The regular weekly tea given for the
graduate students will be held from 4
to 5 o'clock Tuesday at Betsy Barbour
house.These weekly teas will con-
tinue until spring vacation and all,
graduate women students are invited'
to attend these last meetings.

orities arc being asked to give up their
noon meal at home to attend the lun-
T al :nt Wahr's and Graham's book-
AT WOMN "II res. The price is 75 cents for un-
dergraduates and $1 for alumnae.
Alumnae are asked to call Mildred
Dances by the maid's and the Egy- Sherman in the office of the dean of
ptian choruses from the Junior Girls' women to make reservations. Wives
play and a. stunt by Himellhoch's will of faculty members as well as stu-
be features of the annual Women's lents and alumnae are urged to at-
League luncheon which will be held tend.
at 12:30 o'clock Saturday, in harbour
gymnasium. .Dean Jean Hamilton and Belfast, March 29.-The liner Minne-
an alumna of the Umversity will tonka, launched recently, will have ac-
speak.
According to custom the women of corodations-for 822 first class p
the University will sit together by. ser'gei5.
classes, when each class will be giv-
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University Girls' Glee club}
meet at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday in
parlors of Barbour gymnasium.

will
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Senior Girls' play fee of 50 cents is
payable at once to Dorothy Greenwald.
Tryouts for the play will be held at 4
o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday aft-
ernoons at Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
The Michigan Dames will hold a
regular meeting promptly at 8 o'-
clock Tuesday evening in the Faculty
Women's clubhouse. There will be a
short business meeting, and the rest
of the evening will be spent socially.
Mummers will meet at 4 o'clock
Tuesday at the Chi Omega house.
The World's fellowship committee
oif the Y.;W. C. A,.Awill not hold furth-
er .meetings until after spring vaca-
tion.

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Active and associate members oft
the Women's"athletic association wilit'
b initiated at a spread given by the
organization at 5:30 o'clock Thursday
in Barbour gymnasium.
Class numerals will be awarded to
all teams in the major sports follow-I
ing the spread, and the silver laving
cup will be presented to the house
and class basketball champions.

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time for. swingout, to be held 1
this year on May 6; it is nec-'
essary that they place their or-
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