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'rIIRSDA', ERUARY 11, 1926





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Council Delegates Declare Women
Lack Crystallized Opinion
On Present System

Closing Rule To
Be Voted On By
Women Saturday
Discussion and the final vote con-
cerning the present 11:30 o'clock rule
for women students of the University
will take place at the board of repre-
sentatives meeting at 9 o'clock Satur-
day in room 110 of the Library. As
the meeting place is changed from

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Call For Tryouts
Members of the University Girls' Any man or woman on campus may
Glee club have been asked by the D- try out for parts in "Why Marry," the
troit News broadcasting station, WWJ, play by Jesse Lynch Williams, which
to sing over the radio from 8 until is being presented by Masques dra-
9 o'clock tomorrow night. The glee matic society in the Mimes theater,
March 17 and 18, from 3 to 6 o'clock
club will' be, representedby g20 wo- tomorrow and 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday
men who will leave at 4:30 o'clock in Newberrydauditorium.
from the School of Musie-Th b.,,.h. IThe first Pulitzer prize which was

Valentine Party
To Be Given For
Entering Women1
All women who are entering the
University this semester will be en-
tertained by the honor council from
4 to' 6 o'clock tomorrow in the cor-{
rctive room of Barbour gymnasium.
As the entertainment is so near St.
Valentine's day it will be 'character-
ized by games and refreshments of

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Barbour gymnasium all members of
Possibility of changing the name of the board are asked to take notice of
the Student council to Men's council the fact and attend the meeting, as
because the present organization is this will be the final decision of the
not representative of all students at question.
Michigan was brought up before a Unless a quorum is present the dis-
joint meeting of the Student council cussion will be dropped.
and Women's league delegates yester-
day afternoon in the Women's league portion to their representation to
office. handle certain problems involving
At present the board of directors of both, such as student convocations,
the Women's league alone, supported and campuselections. The fourth
by President Clarence C. Little, fav- suggestion declared there is no need
or the change. President Little ad- for an immediate change in the exist-
vocates more co-operation between ing organizations on the campus.
the two organizations, the meeting The matter was first brought up at
yesterday resulting from his sugges- the last meeting of the semester of the
tion. . board of directors of the Women's lea-
According to the representatives of gue when the question involved eith-
the Student council only a few women er the change of the name of the
desire a change in organization, and Student council to 14ea's council or
because women at present lack a crys- the allowing of womea to vote for
tallized opinion on the matter, a Student councilmen since the council
change should not be made now. under its present name is supposed
Four suggestions were presented to represent' both.
Dnd discussed. First, that the Student No' definite action can be taken un-
council change its name to Men's til after the convention of the "Men's
council and that delegates from the student organizations in western col-
Women's league and Men's council leges and universities" which will be
meet together at any necessary time held next week and will be attend-
to discuss problems involving bothl ed by representatives from the Mich-
organizations. Second, that a new Stu- igan Student council. After the con-
lent council be formed of proportion- vention the representatives of the two
ate representation of men and women organizations will meet again and a
composed of delegates of each cpun- report will be given telling how other!
ci6 with standing committees. Third colleges handle their problems con-
that a standing committee composed 1cerning both men and women.
of members of the Women's league
and Men's council be formed in pro- PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.


IN OTICE'S 0* their caps and gowns at Mack an
company any afternoon between Feb.
15 and March 1.
W. A. A. board Michiganensian pic- Y. W. C. A. will conduct a music
ture will be taken at 12:15 o'clock hour daily from 12:30 to 1 o'clock in
today at Dey's studio. the south parlor of Newberry hall.
Theta Sigma will meet at 4 o'clock All students are invited.
today in the reading room of the
Press building. The remains of old forts and battle-
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30 grounds where David and Saul fought
o'clock tonight at Kappa Delta house. the Philistines have been unearthed
Pictures of the outdoor sports classonteopfthilofBh-a,
willbe akenfortheDetrit reeon the top of the hill of Beth-Shan,
will be taken' for the Detroit Free near -the Jordan River, in Palestine.
Press at 4 o'clock today. The excavations were made by the
The board of representatives will Palestine Expedition of the University
hold an important meeting at 9 of Pennsylvania Museum.
o'clock Saturday in room 110 of the f _ennsy ___n_____seum.
Junior and senior class basketbal Cambridge, Mass., has elected its
practice will be held at 4 o'clock first woman member of the city coun-
Tuesday and Thursday instead of at cil. She is Mrs. Florence Lee Whit-
5 o'clock. Freshman and sophomores man, wife of a Boston lawyer, mother
will practice at 5 o'clock. of 4a family, associated with many
Women of the literary school may clubs, and 63 years old.

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will take them directly to the Book-
Cadillac hotel, where they will havej


Unanimous Pledge
Sought In Lif e
Membership Drive;
More than 100 women students are
cooperating in the soliciting of life
memberships in the Women's league
this week in an attempt to aid in
raising the $1,000,000 quota necessary
before the regents of the University
will permit the erection of the Wo-S
men's league building.
The house to house canvass which
closes Friday night is under the di-
rection of eight captains. Each cap-
tain is being assisted by eight stu-
dents who together are responsible
for interviewing every woman at
Michigan. Reports of the campaign
will be turned into the central com-
nittee on Saturday of this week.An
attempt to gain a definite answer
from every Michigan student, wheth-
er positive or negative, is being made
during this year's campaign.
Classes Now Forming
of Great Practical'and
Vocationmal Value
State at William Streets


11V'11 -------~[;l A i1917 Th[L'that type.
awarded, was given to it in 1917, the attype'
year of its publication. Mr. Williams This is the first attempt on the part
will take a special interest in it and of the honor council to carry out its
Phyllis Loughton, '28, will have newly adopted policy of acquainting
charge of the direction of the play. the new women on campus through
individual effort. Jean Goddard, '23,,
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