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FRIDAY, F EBRUARY 27, 1925

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Make Appointments 'A
To' Y. W. .A. Cabinet .PUCAMTO BENEFIT
MU PHIoiEPSILONto th ftof the LEAGUE BUILDING FUND
PLANS C LU HU . WSEC A. hve benCcomletedand
changes inithe prone ft i I OLSES SL IKT O
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S Ject Tentathe INew iYork( Sae
$5000 - Still o-Clubliouse for
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ing the total numbler of representa-
tives lip to 18.
Lilian Wetzel, '26, was electedl vice-

P~ROGRiIAM
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~$800 ALREADY RAISED
-At the Mu Phi Epsilon national con-
~Kventi on held two years ago, plans were
Smade for a New York clubhouse. These
plans grew out of a very definite need.
i~ Every day Mu Phi girls come to New
York, and suitable rooms are exceed-
,Y'ingly difficult to find. 'These girls
Sneed n~ot only a comfortable place in
Swhich to live but a place where they
can practice their music. 'ThIe Three
Ar ts club and the Studio club already
have long waiting lists. There is nieed
for a central place where Mu Phi girls
wvith common interest~s can meet and
Sbecome better acquainted. A tenta-
Stiv~e site has already been selected at
a central point which is easily acces-
Ssible to both. theatres and studios, for
the( erection* of the clubhouse.
1Five thousand dollars, is the goal.
At present- It is hoped to have each
chapter furnish a room and to give to
it it 'distinctly individual touch. Only
$800 has been raised to date but this
has all conic from individual contri-
~'butions, no one of which has exceeded
$25. Several artists among whom are
7Schumann 1-ink, Marqueritta Sylva,
Sand Marie. Sundelius have already
agreed to give concerts the proceeds
Sfrom which will go to the fund. May
/Peterson has, already given her p~er-
formance. Directors from the popular
New York' clubs have" also promised
*their assistance.
Nothing is being asked from the na-
~.tional treasury and the organization
hopea to' put the club on a self-sup-
porting basis in a few years. This
will be made possible through a nom-
Sin-al room -re-nt 'which will be charged.
rent from the. club rooms when used
by outside organizations, and possi-
b'y from the operation of a tea room
in the basement of, the house.
A' year ago last 'June at the Min-
aneapolis convention an endowment
fund, was started., The national presi-
~.dent recommended that the 25th anni-
Sversary of Mu Phi Epsilon be celebrat-
ed in this way and a' Ways and Means
k coimmittee was immediately appointed.
Fifty thousand dollars is the goal
and to start ,the ,fund the national
treasury contributedl $6,000. The pro-
' motion of this fund is now the main
object of the national council, active
chapters and alumnae clubs. Three
'$100 subscriptions have already been
-received and the fund to date, includ-
ing pledges, totals $7455.
This is to be a reserve fund for the
fini'anciai capital of the society-to
contribute to the material needs of all
current necessities. One of its main
interests will be the giving of schol-
arships and aid will also doubtless
be given to the clubhouse p~roject.
Organize Alumnae
Mortarboard Group~

president by the cabinet at a recent av +VVv vw
jmeeting and Jane Gibson, '25, presi-1 program by the Cosmopolitan club to
dent of the association madle the fol- be held Thursday, March 5, are on sale
lowing appointmeints: Kathryn Wil- . in ev-cry league house and dormitory
son, '26, membership committee, on the campus. The admission p~rice
Frances Ilinkley, '26. leader of the for -the main floor and the first three
Americanization work of the Y. W. C. Irows in the lbalcony is 75 cents, the
A. remaining balcony 50 cents. Ann
______Seeley,'26, 'is chairman of the ticket
f !committee which includes: Adele
PHYSICAL IOU CATION Ewell, '28, Evelyn Oghorn, '28, Lucille
Seeley, '27, and Maxine Shinkman, '27.
l~.n EThe proceceds above expenses are for
TAfllll the benefit of the Woman's League.
CLUB O HOD 09N E fLast. year $250 was cleared for the
Iclub.
fAt : 30 o'clock tonight, in Barbour Tepormwl nld tpe
g tymnasium, tl,'c §Pemi-formal party of Kozakevich, the Russian singer who
the Women's Physical Education club s0o(delightedl the audiience last 'year.
will open with a- reception. Dean Ten nations will be representedl, ap-
Allan S. Whitney of the School of Ed1- pearing in pageant form. Full pro-
Sucation, andl Mrs. Whitney, Miss Eliza-I gramn details will be announced at a
j Beth Burchenal. Dr. and Mrs. John later date.
Sundwall, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss B.
LusPatroMsEte co-R D mick and Irene Field, '27, will receive ffOSPL
the guests. OEM LAIJ 0SUVP
1"Invitations have been extended to jH~~t fhPTfh
hefclymmesothsdeat;YS l ments in the medical, literary, and ed- IIUUI UUSII
*ucation schools which are most close- -
ly connectedl with the women's physi- Positions open to women gradluates
cal education, department, to the of the professional school of physical
*Men's Physical Education club, and to( education are exceedingly varied. ac-
more than 100 others. cording to Miss B. Louise Patterson.
Al Strauss' five-piece orchestra will of that school. The newest type of
'play for dancing from 0 to 1 o'clock. work. now available is in the field of
industriai physical education. A di-

D1!BECTOR RECOMMENDS
I BOOKS ON GYMNASTICS
Boolis for lprospective teachers of
])physicial edlucation will be oil sale in
the corridor of Barbour gymnasium
until noon tom~orrow. Members of the
«'. A. A. and the Women's Physical
Education club are selling and taking
orders for the b)ooks which are on
display.'T'hese organizations will re-
ceive 25 per cent of the proceeds.
"All physical education students
should have as many of these books
as they can afford," stated Miss Ethel
McCormick, when sneaking of the col-
lection which includes books of story,
-plays, song~s, dances, festivals, spor'ts,!
andI gymnastics.- Miss McCormick es-1I
pecially recommends the following
volumes: "'Theory of Play," by Bow-
en andl Mitchell, "Technique of Pag-
eantry," by Taft, "Natural Rhythms
and lDancles,'' by Colby, the folk dlan-i
nmv; books by Burchenal (which con-
fain most of the mnaterialI given in
- hecr institute), and the books on clog
dancing.
M.usical Society
Holds Initiation
Six women were formally initiated1
I 0 timte Alpha chaplter of Sigmia Al-
I Ipha Iota Wednesday evening at the
Union. The new members are Anita
jDyers, '25. H=elen Faraway, '27, Eliza-
beth Mi~cx4anus, '26, Marjorie Newell,
SNorma. Parkhurst, and Mena Pavitt,
'28.
At the concluiion of initiation ser-
vices, (dinnfer was served, after which
talk-s were given by Helen Bates,
Rgrad. Anna Broene. Norma Parkhurst,

Elective
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days and

Tuesdays and Thursdays, in Barbour
gy'mnasium. Anyone interested should
report this w eek.
All orders for Senior. caps and
gowns must be given, by 9 o'clock
Saturday evening for delivery in time
for the Junior Girls' play. Measure-
ments are being taken at Mack and
Company, second floor.
- Announcemient .h-as been made that
the church. concert will be given by
the University Girls' Glee club to-
night at Jlackson but not the radio
concert as was previously ahnounc-
je .
SJunior play chorus rehearsals will
be held as folloiws: Today, F and 4 at
4 o'clock.
,-Sigma Delta Phi honorary dramatic
and oratorical, society,. Met Wednes-
day afternoon at, the S gma Kappa
house. 8usiness, concernikkg the so-
ciety was discussed ,-and:.plans made
for a- patronesses .tea. which will be
given next Inonth'. Ref reshments
were served at the close of the' meet-5
fig.
It's Unique.
March, 5,, 7

Classes in swi m-
be held at 4 'clock )\Ioin-
Wednesdays and 4 o'clock,

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Popular new vocal, dance,
instrumental and comedy hits
are here in Regall Records.
Come in and hear them. only
49c.; Your phonograph will
play .them.
BASEMEiNT
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IGLEE CLUB ENTERTAINS ing of thlt; Faculty women's club, in
a body, which will be hieldl at ;:30
The Freshman, Girl's Glee club was o'clock March 5 in the smll assembly
entertainied Wedensday afternoon at ! oomi of the Union. The music s c-
the home of Mrs. Nichols by the Uni- I tion of the club wvit furnish the pro-
{ versity Girl's Glee club. 'More than; grain.
45 members of the two clubs were pre-,
"sent. The freshman women sang three; Local 'women who are attending the
Ss ongs, one of which was comiposed by! National Conference of Deans' of Wo-
I Margaret Cole, '28. The University mrlen, which is a division of the Na-
'Girl's Glee club also gave three se-
I , ections. Tea was ser vedl and the two tional Educational Association{ being
clubs united in singing college songs.; held February 26, 27, and 28 in Cin-
Due o rl~ais bingcinnati, Ohio, include: Miss Jean Ham-
Due o rpais bingmade on the; ilton. Mrs. A. S. H~obart; Miss Grace
C f Faculty Women's clubhouse, the Richards, Miss Margaret Camei'on,
brmide's section of thme club will not 4 Mrs. Th eda Nolen, Miss Zelma Clarkce,
meet until next week. The members Miss Hlelen B1ishop, Miss Jeanette
!will attend the regular monithly mieet- Perry, and Miss Luella Galliver.

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BJENEFIS OF DANCE j
INSTITUTE j
It will benefit University wo-
men to come in contact withj
Miss Elizabeth Burchenal. who
is an authority upon thme sub- j
ject of folk (lancing, having
studied the European and Amer-j
ican dances at first hand for sev-
years andl published niore than
six books on the subject.'-
The material given. will be '
valuable to prospective direc-
tors of recreation in summer1
camps, schools industries, set-
tlement houses ar other social
organizations.
Juniors and seniors who hare '
to make up required work 'in
physical educations may substi-
tute this course for one regular .a
season. All students who take
this five-day course will be ex-
cused from gymnasium classes 1
during the week of Feb. 24.
Tickets for the course are 1
now on sale in Barbour gym-I
nasium at $2.50 each.)

the iecreation activities in several Tllt
plants in a large city and goes from ---
onie to another organizing a basket-'
no four-year graduat es have been sent I.
ball team here, planning a tennis outasyet.'1The two members who
court there, and establishing swime- Cwill graduate in .June are, of necessity,f
sling and ;dancing classes among the transfers who have taken their final
employees of some other concern, ac- ; h re.Tommcwl rout
cording to the varying needs. wink heru.Tnwo mnetilJanuay.t
In San Francisco all the industries ! The demand for prof essionally +I
of a certain class form one league,.rie ecesgral xed h
and' ech eage eplos is pysi Isupply, accor'ding to Miss Patterson,I
cal director; often a whole floor of Wvho has received more than 24 re-
one plant is givenl upl to "play space." quests for this type of graduates, in j
In general, beginning salaries for; contr'ast to the two) who are ready to
graduates, of the professional school! be sent out.. However, the school is
vary from $1,200 to $2,000. Perhaps constantlv increasnhvgno
the best paid -position is that of te;dldt he enrolsinofhaingeanow
(irector of girls' athletics in a high -duldteerlmn fls er
school; -here the average is approxi-
mately $1,400 a year'. For college po-' T)on't dlelay-Pay your Subscription
sitions the salary seldom goes below today.
$1,300.
Graduates of the School of P~hysical -07,- olg etSainr
Education will also find abundant op- Sih AEalndtADDRES
portunity to ,use their training in the 200 Sheets. $1 -j.O
diretionof rcretionactiitie in100 Envelopes, Postpaid
diretionof rcretionactiitieminand ad snthree lines with
organizations such as the Y. 'W. C. A. National Social Fraternity printed in deep d1 fidblaikinl
or comnnunity house. a loetmac it~h al omittd. its order Carf~ull
and send with $1.00 bill or S51.10 if west of Denver.
Since the professional school was COLLEGIATE STATIONERY CO.
organized here only three years ago, 304 S. Dearborn St. Chicago. Illinois

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This year for the first time the Ann,
Done by Experts
Arbor alumnae of the Mortarboard=i
society have formed an association. _ a
chiefly for social activities but alsoStd ad
to co-operate with University women. T
The officers of the association are ;:]r S p e
Margaret Kraus, '23, president, and -i ar"Sopp
Grace Fr'y, '23, secretary and treasur- =~ 707 N. Unviersity Ave.
er. ' Phone 2652
The fIrst social' event of the organi- J1I1tI1l1l1iIIlIlllllllllllllilllll
zation was a bridge party given re-
cently at the home of Frieda Diekhoff, '
'24, for' the Michigan active chapterI Read the Want Ads
ofMortarboard.
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