WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1926
THE MICHIGTTAN fDAILY
b SENIORS GATHER
1' ATANNUAL SHPPER
' ore Than 460 Fourth Yearoomen
i Doen Caps.And Gowins For
ATTEND 'BECKY BEHAVE'
t Appearing for the first time in pub-
lic in caps and gowns, about 460 sen-
ior women.-attended the annual Sen-
ior supper at the Union last night pre-
ceding the initial presentation of
"Becky Behave," the 22nd annual Jun-
ior Girls' play.
The corners of the Union ballroom
were filled with potted flowers and
ferns, while flowers appeared also at
the small tables at which the guestsf
were seated. At one end of the hall
were the guests of honor, including
Miss Jean HIanilton, dean of women,
Mrs. A. S. Hobart, and Miss grace
Richards, of the office of the dean of
women, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. John
R. Effinger, and Mrs. A. S. Whitney.I
During the supper the seniors prac-
ticed the songs which were sung atj
the Whitney theater between the acts
of "Becky Behave." Original words
had been composed which were sung
to the tune of the Sign Out chorus
from "Castles. in Spain," last year's
Junior Girls' play. The words were
written by Virginia E. Hobbs, '26.
Following the supper a procession
was formed for the march to the thea-
.ter. The line was headed by the of-
4--icers of the Women's league, follow-
A ed by Mortar Board, Senior society,
' and the members of the class. Sen- .
'. fors who (did not attendl the supper
abet the others at the Union. The pro-
i cession was ushered by marshals
chosen from the junior class.!
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
pledging of Pearl Waldman, '29, of
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
t ing of Pauline Markham, '28, and!
Gladys Appelt. '28Ph.Ed.+
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Encouraging the work of the alun-
nae chapters of the University women
in other cities, Mrs. W. D. Henderson,
executive-secretary of the alumnae
council is making a tour of some of
the leading groups this week. On
Wednesday, March 24 she will speak
before the Grand Rapids club. Mrs.
A. H. Vandenberg, '06, is chairman of
the drive in that district and under
her direction they have gone "over the
top" on their quota. This has not
stopped them from continuing in their
work for the league, however, and
Mrs. Henderson's visit will center
amound the plans for the new build-
in g . . .
Thursday, Mrs. Henderson will visit
the Charlotte and Hastings chapters.
Here she will discuss the plans for
the enlarged finance campaign.
Following her visit at Charlotte, she
will go to Toledo, where she will be
the guest of the Toledo Alumni club
at a luncheon at the City club. The.
Michigan men of Toledo have shown
their interest in the plans of the wo-
men by inviting Mrs. Henderson to
speak before their group about thef
Women's league plans, the finance
drive and the building.
TO HOLDINDOOR MEET
Women of the department of physi-
cal education will hold their first an-
nual indoor meet at 7:30 o'clock Mon-
day, March 29. The meet wiil take
the form of a class meet, and individ-
ual points will be counted toward the
class record. The first event will beI
a posture parade, by the entire pro-
fessional school, ending with a circle
dance. Following this, the freshman
and sophomore classes will compete
against the juniors and seniors in tac-
ties and floor work. The next event
will be an exhibition of folk dancing
by the sophomore class, followed by
clogging by the junior and senior
classes. Two games will follow on
the program, the freshmen and sopho-
mores competing in "Human Croquet,"
and the seniors and juniors in "Ten
Trips." After the games, the profes-
sional school will give an exhibition
of natural dancing, followed by an ap-
paratus competition, to include rope
climbing, the buck jump, and the
spring board jump.
The eighth event of the program
will be a track relay in. which the
freshman and sophomore classes will
compete against the juniors and sen-
iors. After the relay the junior and
sophomore interclass basketball teams
will compete in a game. The pro-
fessional meet will be open to the
drops will be on sale as well as the
conventional Hershey bar.I
Mary Alice Moore, '29, is in charge
of the candy sale. Candy will be sold
before and after each of the six per-
formances, and the proceeds are to be
donated to the Women's league build-
To Start Outdoor
Women enrolled in gymnasium
classes are signing up for classes for
the outdoor season this week. The
outdoor classes will open Monday,
'March 29, and women are. expectedi to
report to their various sections at that
time. Among the sports that may be
chosen by second semester sopho-
mores are volley ball, long ball,
archery, tennis, canoeing, golf and
riding. Riding classes for the Tues-
day and Thursday section will start
April 1, and women who are taking!
riding for credit are required to see
Miss Ethel McCormick, of the physicai
education department before that time.
All women, including senior and jun-
ior women, must sign up for the
classes they expect to enroll in before1
the end of the week.
Among the elective sports offered in
the department are tennis, golf, arch-
ery, intramural and interclass base-,
ball, track and swimming.
Little investment-big returns, Thel
SECRETARY WRITES OF NOT S
C INP l 'IITTA Any xxoliln xho has taken accLr~
Y! nl 01111 in simming and who has pasedl ti
side-stroke is eligible to enter the ad-
Y vanced swimming class held at 10
Miss Martha Downie, Y. W. C. A. o'clock on Mondays and Fridays at the
secretary in East India, and formerly Y. M. C. A.
of Ann Arbor, in writing to tht Na-! There will be a meeting of the exec-
tional board of the Y. W. C. A. in New utive committee of the League of Wo-
York recently, said that the first drive men Voters at 10 o'clock Thursday
to be conducted in Calcutta inthe true in Newberry hall to discuss methods
American style, with a financial goal of raising money for the league and
and a time limit for going over the , the campaign for the Woman Citizen.
tOp was recently held by the Y. W' Women in the group interestedi iI
C. A. there.s
"It was watched with great interest
by everyone and put us on the map as
never before. We were told that we
were the one topic of conversation at
dinner tables, and it has multiplied1
our friends everywhere," said Miss
The campaign brought in Rs. 75000..
The India government has made a'
grant to the association for the sal-
ary of a physical education instructor.
The lack of available vocational train-
ing courses handicapped Calcutta wo-
men in self-support.
of the League
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The Shop for Unique Gifts
Will Sell Candy
In accordance with an annual cu:5-
tom inaugurated two years ago, the!
Freshman Girls' Glee club will sell
candy at the Junior Girls' play. More
than 1,000 bars have been ordered.
The Glee club has tried to order only
the most popular ofLive and ten cent
bars; peanuts, mints, gum and fruit
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