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Fl'niDAY, .MA',.eT~T 2u, i1926

THE MICHICAN DAILY

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FRYHMEN VICTORS

Shaw's Farce
To Be Revived
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TEACHERS NEEDED IN

Alumnae To Give
Tea On Saturday
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.41arching Toci.s, Mass Relay, )auces
Juinp big And Clogging Comprise
Events Of Meet
SOPHOMORES WIN GAME
Marching tactics, by the freshmen
and sophomores of the school of physi-
cal education, was the first number
on the program of the academic in-
door meet held at 4:20 o'clock yes-
terdray afternoon in Barbour gymna-1
sium. The meet was won by the
freshman class, with a score of 27
for the freshmen and 13 for the soph-
omores.
The second event was a mass relay,
won by the freshmen, for which they'
received five points. The sophomore
class scored five points in the third
event when they won the sultan relay.
After the relays was an exhibition off
clogging by the freshman and sopho-
more classes in beginning clogging,I
followed by a dance by the sophomore
advanced class. In the buck jump,
rthe fifth eventthe freshman were vic-
torious, scoring five more points for
their class, and in the track relay,
the following event they were again
the winners. The freshman class was
judged the winner of the natural
dancing contest, while the points for
the clogging event were divided, the
sophomores receiving three points, the
freshmen two.
The sophomores won in the basket-
ball game against the freshmen, fol-
lowing the meet, with a score of 45
to 31, and the freshmen were the vic-
tors in the freshman-sophomore vol-
ley ball game. The basketball game
was refereed by Miss Hodgson, and

Bvlnmes Soon
Mr. Oscar H. Charles, division sun-
A revival of George Bernard Shaw's erintendent of schools in the Philip-
farce, "Great Catherine" will be pre- pine Islands, visited the Bureau of Ap-I
sented in the Mimes theater on April pointments, recently for the purpose
1 to 3 inclusive. The success which H of securing teachers to fill positions
this piece enjoyed during its original in the islands next 'year: All posi-
run was suflicient to assure ready slup-1 tions offered are those of teaching sec-
port, especially since the proceeds are ondary English. Students who are in-
to go to the women's building fund. terested in teaching in the Philippines
There have been some changes made should apply at the bureau at once,
in the personnel of the cast; Amy for positions start in June, and ap-
Loomis, director of the "Junior Girls' pointees would be obliged to leave
Play," will play Catherine II Empress early in May.
of Russia, and Neal Nyland, '26, will The civil service of the Philippine
take the part of the English captain. Islands offers excellent opportunities
Otherwise the cast remains the same. to teachers both in salary and promo-
The farce will be preceded by a skit tion. Beginning at a salary of 3000
written by Paul Osborn, grad., and to 3200 pesos a year, which is about
Walter Donelly. Lillian Bronson, '26, $1500 in American money, appointees
and William C. Bishop, '28, members are eligible for promotion up to $2250
of the "Great Catherine cast will pre- i a. year as principals. After three cal-
sent this original farce. endar years of continuous and satis-
The production is to be staged by facto.ry service, leave of absence, with
Paul Stephenson, the settings are to privileges, may be granted.
be designed by Walker G. Everett, '26' r asi sI
and the music will be under the direc- e tran p tnsar pn
Lionof JsephC. E~is,'2rec-.I each year to American teachers. In
All seats are reserved, and priced at making appointments, however, mar-
50 and 75 cents. They will be on. sale reed couples and single men are given
at Graham's and Slater's book stores. preference.
the volley baill game by Miss Figge

y promoting alumnae night at the Jun-
ior Girls play, the A.n,rbor alum. ITryo uts for the Freshman pageant
nae of'the university 11 hostesses I are to be held on Tuesday, Wednes-
at a tea for all alumrae,*at 4o'clock 1day and Thursday of next week in
Saturday at Martha Cook building. Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Rhythm
Letters have been sent tq all sorority tests -will be given to each tryout, and
houses urging them to tell aIJ retuiru music: for the various moods repre-
ing alumnae about the tea ~ and all kIrented will be played to give each wo-
Michigan women in Ann Arbor are in-Il man the opportuniy to express it 'is
vited through this notice: 'with the! esees fit, and to give the judges a
assistance of the undergraduates,. it chance to find out in which mood each
is hoped that all of-.the returning tryout is best. A detailed account of
graduates will attend and make the the pageant will be published in The
tea a regular reunion. Daily before next week, so that fresh-
man women will be able to practice
Alpha Xi Delta sorority announces before hand.
the pledging of Mary Ladney, '28:
Dorothy Williams, '28; Ruth Bacon, For every article tor sale, there I
'29. a buyer. Reach him thru Clasaifieds.

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The meet was in charge of Miss
Laurie Campbell and Miss Ruth Figge,
of the physical education department.
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the department
acted as starter, and Miss B. Louise
Patterson, Miss Ethel McCormick,
Miss Pauline Iodgson, and Miss Janet
Cumming, as judges of events. Miss
Annis Hall was scorer, and the junior
women of the professional school )f
jphysical education assisted in running
off the meet. Freshmen and sopho-
more women enrolled in gymnasium
classes attended the meet.

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