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UNDER GRAD UA TE WOMEN A SKED TOl
CONTRIBUTE TO BUILDING PLANS
Alumnae 1"uilding Coniiultee Will Welcome Suggestions For R oomus And
De tails of Convenience; Final Decisions Will hest
With Appointed Committee

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SENIORS TO BE GUESTS

Suggestions are welcomed and so- larger dormitories which as yet is un-
Icited, in\ regard to the arrangement der consideration.
ofted proposd Womthe rranget The possibility of a student cafeteria
of te s w sris undecided. Many league buildings
;Ilhn or~nfol 1 1 92 4f .t.,.

According to tradition the opening
performance of "Becky Behave," the
22nd annual Junior Girls' play, will
be presented in honor of" senior wom-
en on Tuesday March 23, at. the Whit-
ney theater. As the production was4
originally presented for the seniorJ
women alone it has become customary
since the affair has been thrown open
to the public, to dedicate this first eve-
ning to the seniors. On that night the
senior women wear their caps and
gowns for the first time. The entire
downstairs section is reserved and the
young women in caps and gowns form
probably the most sympathetic audi-
ence that attends the play. Former
years have always, been enlivened on
that night by spontaneous acts of the
senior class, and leaders of former
choruses ,-have given selections from.
the former years' production.
'The customary senior supper which
precedes each annual Senior Night will
be held this year at 6:15 o'clock in the
8 Union- ballroom. Arrangements are
being made for 350 women, the price
of each tickets being $1. As all of
the senior women will not be able to
be accommodated those wishing to at-
tend the supper will have to. obtain
their tickets early. The tickets will
be distributed among the league hous-
es, dormitories, and sororities.
Following the supper the seniors
will form in a procession which will
march to the theatei where they are
the guests of the junior class. The
procession from the Union will be
led by the officers of the Women's
league, who will be followed by Mor-
tar Board, Senior society, and then the
members of the class. They will be I
escorted by marshals selected from j
the junior women.
The general chairman of the sup-
per is Elizabeth Van Valkenburg, vice
president of the senior class. The
aother committee chairmen are: Fi-
nance, Geraldine Knight; songs, Louise
Carlisle; program, Virginia Spain; de-
tcoration, Vera Wallington; refresh-
ments; Ethel Fralick; line of march,
f.. .= adeline Neland..
Contributions' are being requested
for words that will fit to the tunes of
last year's junior play songs. Any
such contributions are to be submit-
ted to Louise Carlisle chairman of
the music committee. These songs
will be learned at the supper and
will later be sung at the theater. Won-
on not living in league houses are
asked to call Geraldine Knight for
reservations for the supper.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columus.-Adv.

Building wiled will 31e'erectea in ' are operating dining rooms with sue-
according to Miss Jean Hlamilton, dean cess, that is, expenses are paid, and it
of women. Plans are now under way, is possible that a similar plan would
and although the building committee be feasible here. This is another
is composed of alumnae, who because point, however, that can only be de-
of their mature judgment and experi- cide.d through knowledge of public
ence, are more capable of making the opinion. Undoubtedly there would be+
final decisions, it is also necessary to a restriction placed upon 'men fre-
gather in student ideas, for the stu- quenting the cafeteria as this would
dents of the present day will undoubt- be unfair competition with the Mich-
edly have some very practical and es- igan Union. The probability of the
sential ideas, to be co-operated in the construction of more dormitories on
plans which the committee might have the campus within the next 15 years
omitted because of the lack of contact would also have bearing on this ques-
with the University. tion, for if all independent women
It has been suggested that the corn- were so housed, the dormitory dining
mittee rooms, of which there will ne- rooms would take care of them, and
cessarily be a number, be more social- lessen the need for a cafeteria in the
ized and less formal than the usual League building.
type. Whatever business material is f A box for helpful suggestions for the
needed may, according to this sugges- building will be kept on Miss Margar-
tion, be included in the secretary's et Buffington's desk in the office of the
room, which would open oil the reg- dean of women.
ular committee room. The furniture
contrary to the usual type used inY W. Committees
business rooms would be of dark wick..,
er, and the room would be decorated Give Party Today
accordingly. Another suggestion has
been made that these rooms be accom-
panied by a kitchenette so that tea Committees of the University Y. W.
might be served if desired. A dumb C. A. will hold a party at 4 o'clock
waiter would do away with the possi- this afternoon in Newberry hall in
bility of additional plumbing. place of each committee having its
Small details such as these can only pae oee h its
be apprehended and effected through separate meeting this week. The pur-
suggestions from the women on the hose of holding a joint meeting is to
campus. The suggested plans should give the members opportunity to vote
be a result of very careful thinking on for delegates to be sent to the national
the part of the undergraduates, and convention at Milwaukee in April.
as there will not be enough space to All the members of the association
take care of every desired arrange- are asked to attend the party and cast
ment there will undoubtedly be a need 'votes for the delegates Athey wish' to
of compromises, and some suggestions send. Doris Glines, '26, is general
which would aid convenience may have chairman, Marjorie Matthews, '26,
to be aitogether dropped. chairman of the delegates committee,
The need for a large assembly hall will have charge of the meeting. {
is very marked and undoubtedly thef
plans of the building Will cgrefully
consider this need. Such a gathering
place would be used for' large leagueI
meetings, the Pan-Hellenic banquet, ,Hg rnioDsAD
meetings of the board of representa- CHIROPODIST AND
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Ridig Casses
SOPHOMORES WIN CLAS 1(ufngCass ,
To Start April 5
GAMES FROM SENIBRS Riding classes for beginners and
t- a'ncedstudents will commence
As. a result of their tp-amilwork, the 'April 5. Under the direction of Lieu-
sophonores defeated tle seniors 42 to 2teqnant Wilson, lessons will be given
0 in 'the interclass gs nes played yes- at the fair grounds. 'she tickets for
terdaty aftern.o9n in Barbour gymna- the courses are being sold through
sium. The score was close at~ the end the undergraduate campaign commit-
of the half, the senior team having 17 tee and the proceeds will go toward
points and the sophomore team 21. In the Women's league fund. Six S1
the secbnd half, however, IHfelen Beau- j tickets may be purchased for $5 under1
mont of the sophomores iade seven I the Women's league plan and there
baskets; and Virginia .Platt, the other !will be no extra charge for instruction
forward, made six over-balancing the in riding.
113 points which the senior team was By the first of next week, the tick-
able to make. The majority of the ets will be distributed to all the larger
senior baskets were shot by Dorothy houses on campus, but for the bene-
Ogborn, while Virginia Platt made 24 fit of thcse who will not be able to
points for the sophomores. Miss Ruth purchase them at their own house,
Figge, of the physical education fac- I Miss Ethel McCormick of the physi-
ulty, was the referee of the game, and cal education department will have
Louise Roberts, '26, umpired. them on sale at Barbour gymnasium
The lineup was: during the entire spring riding season.
Sophomore Senior The tickets are transferable and are
V. Platt ......F......... D. Ogborn good until the end of the second se-
H. Beaumont .....F....... N. Barlow mester. As has been stated before
M. Lawton......C.......E. Pfaeler in a previous edition of The Daily Mr.
L. Porter ......S.C.......K. Wilson j Guy L. M'ullison, owner of the stable
A. Unsw'orth....G........D. Kent is'giving the league a 20 per cent dis-
M. Robinson ... G...... M. Lawless count on all the tickets sold through
At the end of the first-.half,the sen-their efforts. This means that when
iors substituted. Gladys, Eastcott for the remainder of the 500 tickets,
Katherine Wilson. which were' partially used last fall,
are sold, the undergraduate campaign
Eileen Jackson, a 15-year-old Eng_ conminittee will be able to turn over
lish girl,. climbed the Matterhorn in to the building fund $500.
four and three-quartershours, resting

ALMILUNCHEON TO.
ND FINANCE CAMPIGN'
Alumnae who .have been working
on the Ann Arbor drive' for the Wo-
men's league building fund will meet
for luncheon at 1 o'clock Thursday
at the Lantern Shop. Reports froin
the drive which has been going on
I during the last four weeks will be
d in and the total amount of the
1Ann Arbor quota will be completed.
It is expected that the pledges will
be enough to cover the amount but if
that is not possible, the Ann Arbor
association will underwrite the re-
naining sum so that the home branch
of Michigan alumnae will be the first
to complete their quota.
This is an important step in the
drive for the league building in that
the Ann Arbor chapter influences
those outside and farther away from
the campus.
Reservations for the luncheon may
be made by calling the Lantern Shop.
Jeanne Gordon, young American
contralto with the Metropolitan Opera
house, New York, has taken as a
hobby the collection of procelain china
banks, products of the finest factories
in the world.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

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country clubs, on the street,
in the Ppllman car, anywhere
and everywhere, the most
smartly dressed women are
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