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~SAT1TRDAY, MAflCII 20, i9~G

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'JUNr VVOMEXA SERL UMNA GAINS AL
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AT1 p LPI pE FPA.CHOSEN FIELD
"Becky Behave," the 22nd annual 11T 1iversity of 1i digan S nHn- Dr. Cha:s W. Gilkey, who spoke
Junior uirs' play, which willt ('pU htre a[ a, recent Iniversity service

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next Tuesday night rft the \hitney ; aolI jl - is to be the speaker at the biennial
theater, will have Junior women for j !).sled by its tudent b(dy but by the convention of the Y. W. C. A. which
u niversal recognition of 1 it inIna-.
ushers. Such an alum.niia is LUCY MayfltJ rld Sal-- to be held April 21 to 27 in Mil-
Ruth ilirschman, '27, as captain of man who is a professor of history at waukee, Wisconsin., Several delegates
the ushers has during the past week, Vassar College and who is bIcomfin g from Ann Arbor will attend the con-
trained a large group of wo:men for one of our foremost American histor- \vention.
directing the patrons to their proper fans of todlay. "The convention of the Young Wo-
seats. Besides being an instructor of his- men's Christian Association is a mile-
The willingness of the Junior wo- tory Miss Salmon has also gained a stone of progress in American re-
men to cooperate with the showing of reputation as an author, as sha has ligious thought," said Dr. Gilkey re-
"Becky Behave" is indicated by the published two lhooks on the newspaper cently. "The Y. W. C. A. stands an
fact that this year's ushers were cho - and how it affects the historian. These the foreground among progressive
en from a large list of applicants as books entitled "The Newspaper and Christian forces in America. It is'
contrasted to the call for volunteers the Historian" and "The Newspaper facing its own issues in a way that
of former plays. and Authority" complement each is deeply significant for the whole
The work of ushering has been di- i other but both try to emphasize how religious world of today."
vided between two main groups, each little the papers of today help his- Dr. Gilkey will succeed Miss Maude
one serving for three performances. torians to reconstruct the past. Royden, well known woman preacher
The ushers will be dressed in formal Miss Salmon has become recognized of London, who came over to act in
gowns for every performance. as an authority on history and curricu- the same capacity four years ago, at-
Musical scores as well as special lum for schools to such a degree that tracting wide spread attention and
selections from "Becky Behave" will at the present time she is asked to comment. :Dr. Richard Roberts of
be sold during the intermissions by contribute to every national Educa- Montreal, who gave a notable series
Junior women who act as ushers. tional Meeting that takes place. Her of talks at the last convention held
Tickets for all performances can be lectures are similar to her writing in in New York, is also booked for the
secured at Hill auditorium today and that they are clear and easily under- program of this year's convention.
Monday, and after that at the Whit- stood. She also has writting for a Dr. Gilkey is a member of the board
-ey theater. The general prices are number of educational journals, of trustees at the University of Chi-
as follows: Boxes, $3; downstairs, among them being "The American cago, andl is widely known as a lec-
$2.50; first four rows of the balcony, Journal of Sociology" and with these turer. Ile spent the winter of 1924-25
$2; second four rows, $1.50; remain shorter accounts of new educational in India upon the invitation of Bar-
der of theater, $1. methods in history she is able to reach rows Foundation to interpret Chris-
a larger group of people and so has tianity to the intellectual class of
PAY YOUR SUBSCRH"TON NOW. become better known. India.

Charge Seniors
Extra Fee For
Dinner Tuesday
Due to the unusual demand for
tickets to 'the senior dinner Tuesday
night, preceding the performance of
the Junior Girls' play it has been
necessary for the committee to ar-
range to use the Union ball room,
which will accommodate 425 women,
rather than the 250 at first planned
for.
In order to do this, there must be
an extra charge of 25 cents for each
ticket which will be collected at the
door that night. Senior women who
still wish to get tickets for the din-
ner may do so by calling Ruth Tol-
man, 3913. In order to keep the ac-
counts straight, only $1.00 will be paid
for all tickets before the dinner, and
the extra fee will be collected from
all Tuesday night.
For every article ror sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

NOTICES
Women may now obtain their caps
and gowns by calling for them at
Mack and company.
Senior Society will continue the
sale of collars at 30 cents apiece on
Tuesday, March 23, near the candy
booth in University hall.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet meet at 4:10
o'clock Monday in Newberry hall.
All senior women who are unable
to secure tickets for the Senior sup-
per meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
night at the Union for line of march
to Whitney theater.
Prof. Everett S. Bromn of the Politi-
cal Science department will speak on
"American Japanese Relations" at 3
o'clock this afternoon at Helen New-
berry residence before the local chap-
ter of the American Association of
University Women.
Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'
play will be as follows: 9 o'clock,
chorus S; 10 o'clock, Specialties; 11
o'clock, Mary Millicent, and Bill; 6:30
tonight, all musical numbers; chorus-

es and specialties, 9 o'clock, the en- Twenty-seven women representing 13
tire cast. colleges formed this chapter, Mrs. Gil-
words for original songs to he sung bert Loomis of Mt. Holyoke college
at the Senior Dinner, March 23, must was chosen as president of the new or-
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