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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

IMN91 RESPOND TO
BUILINSAPAG
esponse to the idea of a campaign
a woman's building is being given j
,lumnae from all over the country
rdilng to a statement issued from
paign headquarters recently.
lizalbeth B. Oates, '20, who recent-
'esigned from the faculty of the
versity of Columbia, and is now a
iber of the faculty of RockfordE
ege in Illinois, is co-operatingj
1 the campaign by assisting with I

the organization of alumnae in Rock-DI
ford, Freeport and surrounding terri-
tory. Mr. T. Hawley Tapping, organ- -
izer for the alumni, recently attend-
ed a meeting of the alumnae at Rock- "Dulcy," a three-act comedy by
ford at which lie gave a message to George S. Kaufman and Maro Connely,'
them and to the alumni regarding the was presented to an enthusiastic audi-
work of the campaign. ;nce by the Play Production dasses,
Miss Oates received her master's de- Friday night in University hall. Tihe
gree from the Univrsity in 1921. play deals with the activities of "Dul-
cy," a young wife who anxiously seeks3
A delegation of women represent- to assist her husband in his business
ing all national organizations asked affairs. She succeeds in nea rly driv-
President Coolidge to. reconnnend ing to distraction a busineFs pr03pect.
senate action on the proposed U. S. of her husband'; who detests all 'forus
participation in the World court. The of athletics, by persuading him to play;
Presidelt expressed interest golf, tennis and ride horse-back.'
Schuyler Van Dyke, self styled capi-
Patronize The Daily Advertisers. talist and financial baron, who is in

reality a person subject to hallucina- 1350 FW omen Attend o'clock. The block "M" was formed.
tions, enters into the plot. Also Vin- Refreshments, consisting of punch andr
cent Leach, a scenario writer. Freshman Spread wafers were served in the parlors of
The entire cast was excellent, and_ the gymnasium.
the pertormnce was received with More than 350 women attended the Red ahd silver streamers were used
merited appreciation. Fsma padwhich took place effectively for decoration, blending
er E Ly"efcilfayronbFreshman Spread nicely with the serpentine used during
. u a ,, last night in Barbour gymnasium, the favor dance. Although the cos-
Rlih Cri1tOnson, '24, "Toi Sterrett, Sophomore women acted as hostesses tumes of the women were not strictly
her iushd, Iay by Edward T. Iand upper class women attended in formal as is customary, the kaleide-
Ohon, '2i1, and Harold E. Fritsche, '24, large numbers. Margaret Geddes, '26, scopic effect produced by the moving
portrayed a di icult part well as "Bill," chairman of the Spread committee. dancers was considered beautiful.
; ulcy's 1)rother.I- was first in the receiving line, with The patronesses were as follows:
S. M. J. Helen Delbridge, '24, Mrs J. R. Efling- Mrs. M. L. Burton, Dean Jean Hamil-
-- Ior, Miss Mildred Sherman and Mar- ton, Mrs. J. R. Effinger, Mrs. M. E.I
Pekin, Dec. 1.- The Esperanto garet Effinger, '26, assisting. Cooley, Mrs. Emil Lorch, Mrs. Hugh
college has been opened, with Q150 The Misses Geddes and Effinger led Cabot, Mrs. H. M. Bates, Mrs. M. B.
the grand march which began at 7:30 Ward, Mrs. A. S. Whithey, Mrs. J. A.

Bursley, Mrs. W. R. Humphreys, Mrs.
G. W. Patterson, Miss Marian Blood,
Miss Mildred Sherman, Dr. Margaret
Bell.
Methodist Service Cancelled Tonight
There will be no service this eve-
ning at the Methodist church, con-
trary to the announcement in the see-
ond section of this issue. This is due
to the fact that the time set for the
talk by Sherwood Eddy at Hill audi-
torium would have conflicted , with
that scheduled for the Wesleyan guild
speaker. The engagement of the lat-
ter has therefore been cancelled.
Daily classified tor real results.

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Here's Pola Negri in the kind of character part that made her famous.
she has made a picture in America that measures up to her true ability.
self at last-and you will rejoice in the fact.

For the, first time
She has found her-

You won't know what real screen entertainment is 'till you've seen vital, flashing Pola
Negri as a gypsy dancing girl in the romantic melodrama of fanciful, wild Spain-a Para-
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Balcony 31c
War Tax 4c
Total 35c
Main Floor 45c
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