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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1926

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DETROIT ALUMNAE
TO SPONSOR PLAY
Michigan women graduates resident
in the city of Detroit are sponsoring
. the dramatization of Mark ,Twain's
"Joan of.Arc" which will be presented
June 1 at the Shubert-Lafayette
,theatre. Madame Clara Clemens,
r -ife 6f Ossip Gabrilowitschli ands
laughter of Mark Twain will appear+
in the leading role. An added attrac-j
qionwill be the players from th'e Wal-'
ter Hampton theatre in New York,
t; who will assist Madame Clemens in
the production.i
The play in New York aroused the
enthusiasm of the critics from whom
it has received commendable reports.c
.French dramatists were considerablyI
impressed, and Madame Clemens andp
the Hampton company have been ask-i
ed to bring the production to Paris forN
the Bastille celebration July 14. F
The proceeds of the presentation int
Detroit will go toward the Detroit
pledge for the Women's league. Thei
- alumnae council will have tickets onr
1 sale at the office in Alumni Memorialc
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Senior Honor Societies Adopt
UpperclassAdvisory System
Newly elected members of Mortar ors concerning any question that they
Boarq and Senior Society, senior hon- may have concerning the University.
rary societies, met Sunday at a sup- There will be an information- booth
oray ste~, hmet Sunds Jat auil- n Barbour gymnasium where girls
per at the homne of M1is5s Jean, Hamil- 1

LEGUE
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NOTICES

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AVIPUYPLU U HI6LPIN
In suppOrt of the plaU- for the Lea-
gue building an enthusiaatic letter waz
received recently. by the alumnae

ton, dean of women, to discuss plans Ivn iv~e JLineaueue s UU5with les 1Q55 lGcLlI u iiiu
concerning tlve- advsorysystem frthan five girls will be requested to council office from Regent J. P. Murfin
upper classwomen forthe coming year. their names and addresses. of Bay City, in' which he says::
Since-neither of these societies has These girls will be visited by members "This plan impresses me as being
ever had any definite function, and be-. of these societies, so that their first 'the best I have yet seen put out. AsM
cause they felt that entering upper few weeks at the University will not know I am enthusiasticaly in fav-
classwomen-ms well as entering fresh- he lonesome. Letters of welcome, or of this proposed building. I wish
men needed advisors, it was decided to also, will be given, out to the women every. one interested in the University
adopt the advisory system for upper who registered lace urging them to of Michigan or who are interested in
classwomen as a function. The plan communicate with the advisor whose making young girls happier could be-
agreed upon is very similar to the one telephone number and address is in come thoroughly familiar with the plan
that Wyvern, junior honorary society, the letter. you women are working upon. When
intends to follow. Each member of - we get a building in Ann Arbor which
Senior Society and Mortar Board is to A "Junior Federation" players group will become the center of the non-
choose five assistants to help carry has recently been organized by the scholastic activities of our young
on the work. These women are to be Women's Federation of the University women students we will have taken a
selected with regard to their interest 1 of Washington to bring together all long step toward rendering a public
in the work. The number of advisors members of the Federation interested service, the value of which is difficult
will thus total about 96 girls, each of in dramatics of any sort. Women who to estimate."
whom will act as sponsor to two en- are not affiliated with any other dra- Speaking of extra-curricular acti-
tering women. matic society on the campus may join vities for women, Mr. Murfin added, "I
Friendly letters will be sent out dur- the Federation. This group gives 'have always felt that a substantial
ing the summer to those who have those who are 'unable to become mem- part of college education was found
registered by August 15, telling them bers of special dramatic organizations outside of the class rooms in personal
of the campus activities, and urging of the university an opportunity to contacts. Your building, when finish-
them to correspond with their advis- take part in and discuss plays. i ed, will furnish an ideal opportunity.

A last opportunity will be given to
senior women to secure tickets for the
Senior Breakfast between 10 and 11
o'clock Friday at the candy booth in
University hall. Reserved tickets
must be called for at this time. Each
purchaser of a ticket is entitled to
bring two .women guests to the Senior
play ,which will be presented at 11
o'clock, June 12. No men will be ad-
mitted.
A final meeting of the Freshmen
girl's glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock today at the School of Music.
Members are urged to settle back dues,
obtain pins ordered and return music
to the librarian.
There will be an important meeting
of all girls who have been in rifle
classes this year, including those
girls on the rifle squad, at. 5 o'clock
to-day on the rifle range.
for precisely this thing. Its benefits to
the young women in attendance at
Ann Arbor cannot be overstated. Of
course, incidentally, it would be of
great value to our women graduates
when they return for occasional visits,
but primarily its great service will be
rendered in providinga common meet-
ing ground for the women students."

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