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THE-IFMCIGAN DAIL Y

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SATUR$DAY,, .?CTOI$ER 16, 19.26

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ALUMNUS FEATURES
k_ .Ia '' Artiele' Wrltteu .By Pond Aili
Pond, Architects; D)escribes Plan
Of Structure
K, 1WOBECOLLEGE CLUB
Featured as the main article of this
week's Michigazn Alumnus is a story,
written by ,the architects Pond and
" Pond orf Chicago, on the plans for the
new Womens' league" building. "As in
the case of the Michigan Union,"
writes Mr.: Pond, "the type chosen is
a nrpdern ; xpressign of college life-
F a college dujtb-eiting in what at,
least should, be an -academmic atmos-
phere.",
___. The architects in planning the de-
_,:.- ails ,,of' the ltftilding did' not try to
disguise the domestic 'and academic
Muftres of such a structure but rath-
erj attempted to combine them in a[
x dignified manner. The article goes on
to explain that the main entrance is
from the Mall and runs through aj
dignified low tower into a. spacious!
* chamber but one or two steps above
* the ground,. The Alumnus used as
,its cover Illustration a pen, drawing
of the proposed entrance..
On the first floor are offices of the
league's and other organizations, in-
formation desk, personal service
rooms, a beauty,.shop, kitchenette,
cafeteria and team rboin. On the north
end wil. be k. splendid college theater.
which at present is the interest of the
Chicago alumni, and underneath this
the locker rooms and swimming pool.

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1 RY UT S S I1: 8(1 to 1 o'lock today ,at tl e w- (' 1' hi Beuta aunone l V e uoraerefbidnt
GIRLS' RIFLE TEAMSim ngM yT e TIYO TKSU CtieIWmnncrgerefbdeno
10 11cBEGIN PbcRA 1u p gii o ~iziblli1tarso,'2.drive automobiles in Constantnopl
ot blall game. jKpaKappa151 a~in ,in U IouI('hes ~ yodro h oie hbni e
TOBGI RATC RreiecPlceI ' nt tryout ' n i~am i lbers of he Lagueof W~omen ~I' ~pdngofMuriel Ilaiile.u'30, j abnodrdf he1jlLilTe-ani
Practice will begin next week for i tleis 'iS X e r r1 i 1 eiyi( i ds lbr "1 e OtIsar euettoh resenlllfn- ~ sl, ined to reduce the number of ac-
th il'Rifle tam. There are nmany Ut1 ~ 1 Y r lerin 11 l uW 1v ^ asl og r )'Ii're Tite a r tefrs t meqet o ie preset all iKapAlh Tetanoce teicdeits due to careless and fast driv-
vacancies which wllb flld aftrthy en will hold rr ^~rfur he tl'Yrlt iiwlhe r h metg o'c helck Thrda, __ -- Kappa_______Alpha_______Theta____
per iod be fle fe hfpledging o Margart 'taplagen, '29 ug
pracic byte women who sue - For theC past few years swnming ' 'lokTedyaiitn'ho d2,a IdnNweryrsen.-------
ceed in making the best scores. Tile has been regarded by University wo- fiesuaatn women who Avwee nable to Oi 1 tMlnNwer eiec,
hours set for practice for those who The toiuiitt dos will be announced'r
shot last year- are from 3 to 5:30 o'- a1 pfte io prsbu l nIlsttn nae UI ~I nd plans will be made for taking care
clock TushootingThose who desire snto tohois cart i onxpete o ahei a moe n- 1\r ~r .I r tia the girls for the Student Federation; bets w T C an d ies
begin sotn r eR o sst inprmnn lc n h tltcck wdg v
bat ion for the nexrt i ee e' nd _______________________________
on the bulletin board in Barbour gym- dlar than ever hefort. This is, in a rc retnirjiet to nt end ea 'rimeetiig
astm Glasses will begin next week. large sense, due to the kindness of thle 1snd tale part in thren. Initiation will, rentals Tle Candies Supreme
Lasbr tea me b eresgvebtyameni in permitting University won lxb at theCend of this unL~na0(1 eriod.
nmeofta mebrbyteN-to use the Michigan Union swim ing'n-'____- See the New ~Md
oa Rifle association. T'he officers pomoefqunl.No ic sMdlOur ~, NilPack - Hand 11d
ofthe club are planning to continue Intramural swimming meets are1V iJ
the national rifle matches on the same p-ne-ohefrtsmstradti
plan as that used last year. year' a new idea in preparing for these Tile seconi lke of thl e 'n on 01"lB OKB XEfoF O BA LBO E
I meets is being forwarded hi order to ! tp' A. A. hoa( pin ots VNul1) held atI
The theater and swiming pool are make them more successful. All hous- ISundayh morning, tile groul) heving Pn
not included in the original estimate senrigtemtswlbein Barbour gymnasiulvi at 8 o'clock. So osS-O
of $1,600.000 so the flunds for thenm the chance to practice with instruc- I rhese hikes will e conducted every
will have 'to be raised after the initial tion, if desired, before each meet. In week-end to gve everyonec desring i, repairing
cost is paid. this way all participants who have not the 01)1)00111111;Y to go. d, .°" ,r ,J 'I*rlLd r.lIJ"fi
The architects go on to say that the entered the pool before will have a All members of (Cron andl Saddle
second floor will be devoted mainly chance to become acquainted with and all others nitr si ed in iorseiha.c'k
to sleeping rooms for visiting alumnae conditions surrounding it. Those who ridingmot ti Briour gymnasilim
and will hold the samue place in the wish to take advantage of this oppor- at 4 :30 o clock 1Aoday, Oct i 1.
lives of the women that the' Union tunity call Alleen Miller, 7817, as All University women interest ein~
does for the men. "There will be sooni as possibl. archery report at Barbour' gyminasiun -,i 1RIi &lllil¢llll
individuality and a recogntion of the second semester. A11)ecial al lnnen will br sirved tioni TODA. Y ON1Y' TO AY ONLY1

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modernity linkedi with tne past as is
sh~own in the design of the Union.
It seems certain now that another of
the greater needs of the University
will be supplied.
The Alumnus h as also printed on
the inside of the back; cover a cut of
the proposed plans and a statement
of the finances up to date.
Zeta, Tau Alpha announces the
pledging of Nellie Hlamel, '30, Pitts-
burgh, Pa.

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200 Bottles of 1 -oz. Godet's
"Chypre"
IUsually $:.oo"0
'fi'e to a. very fortu~nate purcbhase, this popular size bottle of The
famous" Godet's "Chypre" is offered at 'this sale price.

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YPSILANTI NORMAL CONCERT '
SERIES8
I-Dtrit 6--CONCERTS-6 Ocor-2
I-Detroit.Symphony Orchestra - Otbr2
II-New York String Quartet - - Novemb cr 1 7 I
Ottokar Cadlek Ludv it Schiwabi
IIICarPupil of Rubinstein and Clara Schumann
IV-Sgrid Metropolitan Opera Contralto Mac 2
V-Georges Barrere, Flute - - Appal 21
SVI-Extra Concert, to be announced
%Course Tickets $4.00 for any reserved scat in Auditoriumn
All Single Admissions $2.00, Except Oci $3.00'
And sold at doors only
Mail orders filled ins order of receipt on and af ter October1 I
a if stamped envelope is enclosed and check drawn to
3 ~Frederick Alexander, Dirctor, Ypsilanti, Mich.
Reserved Seat Sale Opens (for Course only) Wednes'day,
October 20, 1 o'clock, Box Office, Pease utoun

- Hands Up!e
:tie's going to tbke every.
1.11q J1 you'i e got-A dis-
Itictly differenit comedy.
thriiller deftly told.
+*l fif. Spc t w
VocalJs 'N c c's 1Re~view %Orchies
News Review
O)rchestra ,
(Perf(,rhi-ances ('omtinuoui, 1 :00tP. 1. to I0):20)
That Sensational IMini ri/ash!
Thie World 's Most Talked Ab1out 7athlete!

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