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THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1927

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Sentiment increases
CLVB BANEIT DANSavs WC.T.U.Leader

Proceeds From Affair To Be i'ed For
Financing Annual Concerts j
At Ohio Colleges
TO START AT 9 O'CLOCK
Preparations have been completed

for the campus dance which is being
given froi 9 to 1 o'clock tomorrow,
night at the Masonic temple by thxej
University Gi'rs' Glee club. The affair
is a benefit dance, proceeds from
which will be used to finance thel
club in its year's activities.{
Members of the organization have
made all efforts possible to assure the
success of the affair. Arnet's Masonc
orchestra has been engaged, and re-
freshments will be supplied without
extracharge. Mary Kent-Miller, '27.
president of the Glee club is general
chairman of the dance, tickets for
which may be secured from members
or at Wahr's bookstore.i
The patrons and patronesses for
the affair have been announced as fol-
lows: Mrs. Kent-Miller; Miss Grace'
Richards, adviser of women; Thcod)re'
Harrison, director of the University
Glee club, and Mrs. Harrison; Mis l
Nora Crane Hunt, directress of the
University Girls' Glee club; and James
Harrison and Otto Stahl of the School
of Music.
This benefit affair is part of the an-
nual program of the club. Last year
it took the form of a benefit movie.
The proceeds will be used to finance
the trip which will be taken to Ohio in
the spring of the year, during which
concerts will be given at Ohio State
university and" at Ohio Wesleyan. An-
other attempt to make money for this
venture will take the form of a rum-
mage sale which is being planned the
first week end after finals.
~ Next week Friday the Glee club will
broadcast from the Detroit station
WWJ in a Michigan night program.
Members of the organization will mce!,
at the School of Music at 4 o'clock for
the drive into Detroit. Plants are be~-
ing made for dinner at the Book-Cad-
'"illac. and, at 8 o'clock the party will
sing fromthe broadcasting room.
CLUB SPONSORS PARTY
TO HELPLEAGUE FUNDS
Plans are being made for the annu-
al card party to be given by the Ann!
Arbor Women's club for the benefit
~' of the Women's league, Wednesday,
Feb. 9 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon
and 8 o'clock at night. The lists of
those entertaining will be published,
later but reservations may now be
made by calling Mrs. W. D. Hender-
son at the office of the Alumnae coun-
cil. Most of the parties will be held
in the afternoon.
Subscribe for the Michigan Dally.

inte ectuaSpece I Members of Mortar Board will meet
at Dey's studio at 12:40 o'clock to-
AS PAVday. The next meeting of the society
Women who go to college for the right relation to such a direct aim and will be at the Green Tree inn Sunday
-- enjoyment of social activities rather not be merely or pleasantly appropri- morning.
Chorus and cast rehearsals of the than for advancement of intellectual ate to desultory intellectual interests Designs for Junior Girls' play post-
Junior Girls' play in preparation for pursuits are regarded with disfavor or to a purpose frankly amusement ers and program covers must be turn-
its presentation in March will begin by some of the leading women's col- seeking." ed in by 5 o'clock tomorrow at the
today. At a meeting yesterday of all leges of the East, according to the Pres. Ellen F. Pendleton, of Welles- League office.
women who will take part in the play, Indiana Daily Student. While recog- ley, said: "I presume that there are Members of Senior society will meet
definite chorus assignments were nizing that there is a definite place no colleges of first rank which are at 12:15 o'clock today at Dey's stu-
inmade. In order to utilize the ,great for social affairs in college, the heads not seeking means to impress on the dio for the Michiganensian picture.
amount of material which tryouts dis_ of five institutions claimed that study- students that colleges are priniarily_
closed, the entire cast will numberjIng should be of first importance. for the prosecution of scholarship and Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.
about 135. Announcement of rehears- In general, the heads of women's that they are not designed for students
als will appear each day in The Daily.I colleges agree with )r es. William Al- students who wish to make them head-
In order that choruses may be ado-; Ian Neilson, of Smitli college, who re- quarters for taking piart in the social
quately and efficiently adopted: It is cently told the students that Smith activities which naturally cluster Service All
compulso rythat girls in the play college was not going to be turned in- about an academic community." Ad-
come to every rehearsal of their part.i to a "center of engaging social life mitting that it would be difficult "toAEA0H
Attendance will be taken by a leader with a few duties to give a kind of divide in hours and minutes the time AL
in each chorus at every rehearsal and relish to a perpetual holiday" and as- which should be spent in scholastic
reported immediately to the assistant serted he was going to insist that the and social pursuits," Pres. Mary EW
"intellectual life here shall be the Woolley, of Mt. Holyoke, agreed with With All
chairman's committee. Rehearsals jmainlieeenfweavtodsne Dr. Neilson's attitude.On
will begin promptly at the hour an- a life, even if we have to dispenseDOne
nounced in The Daily and fines will be with a large number of admirable and Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve, of
collected for tardiness as well as abs_ effective persons." Barnard college, said her college faces
once. A sum of $2 will be collected ' :te response of Pres. Marion Ed- a rather different problem from that COOPER'S K]
as soon as possible at rehearsals from wards Park, of Byrn Mawr, was in of Smith college. "As our students
each girl in the play and fines will be the form of an excerpt from her open- are already in New York," she said, ,on Up. It's a
deducted from this. Refunds will be ing address to the students when she we are not confronted with the dif-
made after the play to anyone desir- said: "That Bryn Mawr believes fully ficulty of their going away over the S h a f
ing them. in the importance of out-of--the class- week ends. For the most part, ourI 3 outhtate ft.
The following fines and penalties room hours is shown by its insistence students are fairly serious and do pret-
will be imposed: Fifty cents for ev_ on residence away from the world." ty good work." -
ery unexcused absence from play re- "The college," she explained, "regards( 'iIIIIII iliiiIlilIIII1llliilii IlilII
hearsals, the validity of the excuse itself first of all a place for instruc- PI Beta Phi announces the pledg-
to be determined by either the director tion and the life here must bear the Ing of Lorinda McAndrews, '30.
or the assistant chairman. Twenty-
five cents for any tardiness at rehears- 3 8 cruse I ova You
als. The director will be privileged to Inventory Prices on Mercy Percy
drop from the play any woman hav-
ing more than three absences. Three icturesaquesay Miller an
tardinesses will be reported to the di-
rector immediately. Fines will be i
doubled for dress rehearsals. Jewelry 3349 All Alone Monday
Below Cost prices on Wooden Whisper-Sh!
OUTDOOR CLUB BEGINS Picture Frames. ser
Esther Walker t
SEASON WITH SKATING' The Mary Louise Shop
Sat"rdymorning at 10 o'lock__ thearcade 3396 The Little White Hous
track will leave Barbour gymnasiumI th A d 3 6 T L
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Afternoon
ME-COOKED
IDINNER
the Fixin's
Dollar
ITCHENETTE
Good Place to Eat.
Over Derrill Pratt's
His Orchestra
vith Male Quartet
Se With Vocal
Chorus

1 Iebecta Riodes
Just back from a year in the Or-
ient, Miss Rebecca Rhodes declares
prohibition sentiment is steadily grow-
ing in Japan. Miss Rhodes, who is
national director of the soldiers' and
sailors' welfare department of the W.
C. 'T. U. said there was shown in that
country a great interest in the prohi-
bition issue, especially among the ser-
ious minded young people._
Athena Takes First
Debate From Portiaj
Athena Li tary society was victor-
ious i'y vote of two against one in
the debate with Portia held Tuesday
might in the Athena room. p'his de-
Late is the first of three, in competi-
tidn for a cup, which was given by
:is. IHoustan Whipple, a former pres-
dent of Athena.
The conditions for the contest are:
That there shall be three debates a
year between Portia and Athena. One
of these shall be on a question of local
importance, one of national and the
other internat ional concern. The
teams of one of these debates shall be
composed entirely of freshmen. The
teams for the other two debates may
be of any members except those who
have taken part in Varsity debates.
At the end of the year the cup will
go to the society which has won two
of the three debates. At the end of
three years, it shall go permanently to
the society which has won it the great-

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Barton Hills dam for skating. An ice
hockey team will be organized if the
skating weather continues. This class
is being organizedl in connection with
the Outdoor club and will be in charge
of Miss Ruth Figge of the physical
education department.
This meeting will be the first meet-
ing of the Outdoor club and officers
for the club will be elected at this
time. All women who are interested
in skating or skiing or hiking are
asked to sign on the bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium.
est number of times. Due to inaccur-
acies in complying with the rules of
the contest, the cup at present belongs
to neither of teh societies.

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There are apelirte I trapar ni P ny ones eager to blossom
on a fair shoulder at the J- op-
And there are the v j latt ones which will adorn dainty
coiffures at the lop.
They are all 'at--
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3159 Medley of College Songs
Bells of St. Mary's
University of Wisconsin Glee Club
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spring. You'll be interested in, seeing them.
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