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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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CHIRM N FOR SENIOR
ILS' PLAY ANNOU NCED

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Signing out slips for December!
which were not handed in before vaca-.
ton should be turned in it once at the
ffice of the dean of women.
All sophomores who are interested
n trying out for class basketball
eams are asked to be at Barbouv gym-
asium at 4:15 o'clock on Mondays,
.nd at 7:15 o'clock on Thursdays.
Basketball managers 'for the inter-
louse tournament should turn in to
diss Erley a list of teams autd sub-
titutes in the tournament as soon as
ossible.
Members of Athena Literary society
ill meet at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow at
pedding's studio for their 'Ensian
icture.
Mummers members meet at 12:15 o'-
lock Monday at Day's studio for their;
Einsian picture. All dues must be
aid by that time.

January pledges for the'
re now due and may be'
lce of Newberry hall.

Y. W. C. A.
paid at the

LYRICS AND MUSiC FOR
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLY DUE
Lyrics. and music for the Junior
ihrls' play scheduled for production
on March 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22 at the
Whitney theater will be handed in at
a meeting to be held at 1 o'oWock to-
morrow in the south parlor of New-
berry hall. At that time both music
agnd lyrics should be in readable formj
to be sent to the play committee to{
be judged.
Junior women are urged to collabor-
ate in working up the words and mus-
ic. For those who were unable to at-
tend the meetin last Monday, in-
formation about the requirements for
the music may be obtained from Lucile
!ellamy, 2949, and for the lyrics from i
Elizabeth Liebermann, 2236-W.
Second tryouts for parts in the play
will be held this afternoon and to-
irorrow morning in Sarah Caswell An-'
~ell hall. Those who have been re-
quested to report this afternoon will
not be required to prepare a selection
ifo read as they will be given parts ofi
the play itself to interpret.

PROF. J. 'L. 1RnUMr11 WILL DIRECT
PLAY TO BE GIVEN
IN JUNE
Chairmen forthe various commit-
tees of the Seniors Girls' play, which
is to be given early in June, have beenI
appointedrby thengeneral chairman,
Pamela 'rown, and are as follows:
Doris Crouse, assistant chairman;
Winifred Craigie, advertising;tMade-
line Arnold, costumes; Elizabeth Car-
son, properties; Flora Callendar, mu.-
sic; Dorothy Jeffries, costumes; Ber-
nadette Cote, publicity. The chaimen
will appoint their commfttees in a
short time.
A meeting of senior women, was held
early in the year, at which ime it was
decided that the type of play given}
would be left to the discietion of theI
general play comm.ttee. It is ex-
pected that the production will be giv,
en indoors rather than outdoors as
has hitherto been the case.
Tryouts will take place the latter
part of March or early in April with
Prof. John L. Brumm as director.
Berlin Children
Sent To Denmark
Berlin, Jan. 10.- (By A.P.). - One
hundred boys and girls, all children of'
Berlin journalists, left here re.ently
for Denmark where they were taken
into various families and given milk
and eggs and other nourishing food.
The cildren were selected by physi-
cians who reported that they hall not
been properly fed for many months,
chiefly on account of the low wages
received by their fathers who were
unable to purchase wholesome food on
their allowances.
Holland, Latvia and Sweden have
also been taking Berlin children for
feeding treats for months.
Society Wiseusses Ku Klux Klan i
Various activities of the Ku Klux
Klan, its origin, object, anid prcsentz
status were discussed at the meeting1
of the Portia Literary society lastt
night. The principal speakers were1
Lydia Baird, '24, Juna Barnes, '25, Dell4
Howland, '24, and Margaret Mimes,s
'26.
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Chinese Women Get
Spirit Of Progress
Miss Yi F. Wu, grad., spoke to the
members of Pi Lambda Theta last
night on the development of education
among women in China. She briefly,
sketched the history of education of
the Chinese women 'which is in its in-,
fancy, stating that thetChinese women
have just awakened to the fact that'
there is a future .or them as well as
for other women in progressive coun-
tries. She said few women attend the
universities, but they are in large at-
tendance at th. public and normal
schools.
Miss Wu intends to return to China
after she finishes her work in the zoo-
logy department here.
Ruins Of Nunnery
Given To Oxford

MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN r
TO CONTINUENEXT WEEK
PI BETA PHI MAKES RECORD
WITH ONE HUNDRED PER
CENT SUBSCRIBED

I While the membership campaign of
the University of Michigan League
officially closed last evening, those in
charge .of the project have decided to
continue the campaign work among
unorganized hpuses throughout the
next week. This is the only method
by which many girls can be person-
ally reached by solicitors.
A final report of the number of mem-
berships secured has not been made
as yet but it is known that more than
100 women subscribed yesterday. Mem-
bers of Pi Beta Phi. broke the rec-
ord in having subscribed 100 per cent;
s Martha Cook dormitory ran them a
close second. A chart, showing the
relative rating of all houses is to
be compiled within a shorttime.
Daily Want Ads always bring goo )
results.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

Oxford, Jan. 10.-.-(By A.P.)- The
university has Just been enriched by
the gift of the ruins of Godstow Nun-
nery, near here, where Rosamond Clif-
ford, the reputed mistress of Henry II
is -believed to have been buried. The
nunnery was founded by Editha, wife
of Robert D'Oiley and consecrated on
Christmas eve, 1138.
It is delated that when Hugh, Bis-
hop of Lincoln, came to Godstow in
1191 he was shown the magnificent
tomb of F+air Rosamond in the cen-
ter of the choir of the Nunnery church,
and reminded that "for love of her"
Henry had done much good to the
church.
The bishop ordered that the body
should be taker up and buried outside
"lest Christian religion should grow
in contempt."
Babies Get Queer Names
Berlin, Jan. 10.-(By A.P.)-Berlin's
crop of foundlings, particularly plent-
iful just now, will have a strange lot
of names when they grow up.
At a lossefor names for the young-
sters. and desiring to show some orig-!
inality, the heads of Berlin's greatest
orphan asirlum revived the old idea of
naming foundlings for the street or
the district in which they were aband-
oned. A bady doy discovered recently
tucked intV) a basket in Alexander'
Platz was given that name exactly,
and a baby girl picked up on a door
step in Chairlotten street was christen-
ed Charlotte Strasse.

RAND RAPDS ALUMNAE
PLAN LEAGUE CAMPAIGNI
Detailes of the forthcoming cam-
paign of the Grand Rapids alumnae to
raise funds for the University of Mich-
igan League building were announced
at the annual luncheon of the Grand
Rapids group which was held during
the holidays at the Morton hotel. More.
than 100 womu attended the meeting
and this number included guests from
Coldwater, Hastings, Grand Haven.
Marne, Belding, and Lowell.

ed in Grand Rapids already. Gifts of of the University of Chicago told
$500 and $1,000 from citizens interest-'the advantages enjoyed in theR
ed in the University were announced Noyes building at that institution. Mr
and it was reported that Mrs, Percy Mortimer Roberts, president of tl
Peck, an alumnae, who has invented group presided at the luncheon.
a device to prevent accidents in clos-
ing autompbile doors, will devote a Daily classified for real results.
large percentage of the proceeds to
the building fund.
*Verena Moran, '25, explained what .
the undergraduate women are doing
to support the building fund and Miss A number of trees to be re-
Margaret Woodruff, a former student
moved from the campus, will
Nights Soo to $ 2 50 be given free upon applica-
GARRICK --t.ro-s--------o--I Lion to Buildings and
A RSat. Mat. Soc to $2.00
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Miss Katherine Remington, treas-
urer of th alumnae group, reported
that approximately $560. had been
made for benefit of the League build-
ing in a sale which was, held in the
fall and that $500 of the Grand Rap-
ids $1,000 pledge to the fund had been
paid. The group is arranging for the
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29 and they hope that $2,000 may be
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Miss Valoria Quinlan spoke In be-
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In the, opening games of the inter-
use basketball tournamens held yes- -
iday afternoc6 in Barbour gymnas- Arcade - Richard Barthelmess
m Pi Beta Phi defeated Pi Kappa,Gi "21."
4, Gamma Phi Beta defeated Theta- Kii's "The
hi Alpha, 30-Z, whila in the third
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am. For the other winning team,!t
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For the Delta Gammas, Lois Miller, Stage-This Week.
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Referees for the games were Mary
shouse, '27, and Dorothy Bogan, '24.1 and George Sidney.
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The next games in the league will be
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