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18, 1923

THE MICHIGAN D AILY,

.y ,.f.omen'..a..y

AINOUCE JNIOR oungest Officer
GIRLS'_PL9AIDAT
WIl Gie F ie Perfiormanices A
,Whitnzey TIheare Beginnzing
March 19{^rI

I ROFESSOR JOHN. R. BRU)PLi1.M
AGAI TO )IR ECT L'RO1)ICTIO'N,
The twentieth annual Junior Girls'
play will be given by the class of 1925
on March 19~, 20, 21, and 22, writh.: a'
matinee oni the last flay at the Whit-
ney theatre. The play is. being se-
lected and d~ates. for tryouts. will be
announced .latcr. Prof. John R.
Brumm haz been engaged to direct the
~play 'again this year.
Following the tradition of presenit-,
ing the play, the opening performance
will be given in honor of the senior
women. Oan the remarining nights the
1general public is invited. This year's
play will be the second to be opened
Sto a public audience.

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The class bockey games which were
scheduled for Friday were pstponed
and will be played at 4" o'clock tomor-
row at Palmer field. ' The seniors will
play the freshmen and the juuior team
,the sophomores.
There will be -in imiportant meeting
if the Junior Girls' play committee ait.
1:30 o'clock tomorrow in the parlors
r f Barbour gymnasium. i
SFreshmen Girls' Glee club will mect
':;t 4:.30 tomorrow in the parlors of
.larbour gymnasium.
U{Inivbrsity Girls' Glee club, %will
° etat 4:15 o'clock -Tuesday in the
,parlors of B~arbour gymnasiunm.

Miss Anita PollitZrC
Youingest nati()n-aI officer (if the
Woman's party is Miss Anita l'ollitzer, I,
who holds the office of sec ecry o:'
that organization. ]Vbliss Poll itZer's
home is in Cl,,zlestown, R. C.,
All members or ]t iummers isI n
to uherfor Masques' l t. y must be!
present at the rear eiutntce of Hill
auditorium piromnptly ait 8 o'clockt to-
morrow night.I
I'ayden to Speakt
science dprmn ilsekbfr
a metingof then Philippine-Mlichigan
t club to be held at 2 o'clock today in~
L Tanc- hall.
Daily Want Ads always bringl good
resultUs.

cosstngbythepridvofte alumniar
MI1CIH-1iGAN LEAGUE chosnstingof efiv eofte alumni hoar
association shall from. time to time'
Run' f 8 lu i S i consider and make recommendations
.~ml I1 concerning any questions relative toE
UILIIIU the business and affairs of the also-
- ciation that may be submitted to themI
IPeali Henry X. Bates Alids BuilIding by the board of directors. The board.
I Association Ini Preliminary of directors appoints a central cam-
W ork of Campaign paign committee and has the power
to enlarge its membership for cam-
FIVE ALlTMN1I WILL ACT paign purposes. The chairman of~
AS ADVISORY COMMIITTEE this commtittee mnay appoint a direc-
tor, of the campaign and any other
I committees and agents that are nec-
SOfficers and members of the Uiniver-Iesry Thficleaofteas-
sity of Michigan League building as- eciaionTtermia er ofunhe, adth
sociation, with the assistance of Dean;eatotrmnesnJue1adth
Henry M. Bates, of the Law school,j principal office must lbe established
reenlydrew up the by-laws for the m atintainecd in Ann Arbor.
association at a special meeting held This corporation has been legally
for hat urpoe. neceysary inl order to make the erec-
for hatpurpse.tion of the League building. a possi-
Membership in the organizationF bility., It is a temporary association
I consists of the officers of the AlumnaeI which will automatically be dissolved;
fCouncil of the Alumni Association of} after U has filled the purpose for
the University and the board of (di-, which it was originally incorporated.
rectors is made up of the officers of The work of the building association
the association and at' least two mema- represents only one of the activities
bers elected at large from it. This; of the alumnae, being at the present
board which meets the first Monday time their primary interest.,.
of each month manages and controls The raising of $1,000,000 for the j
the business, property and general af- University of Michigan League build-j
fairs of the organization. ing is a part of the work of the Uni -
The general advisory committee. versity of Michidgan League building.
Woodward tharu to Washington
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SSunday, November 25, 4:155 P. M. Faculty Concert Series r.
~UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P. LOCKWOOD, Conductor
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No dmssonSoprano 1Violonccllist,,
No Adiso harg-Children udrTwloYears of ng6 not ad- ~
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~Tuesday, December 4, 8 P. M. Extra Concert Series
. DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA -
VICTOR Rich: rdl':
KOLAR CROOKS.
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