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January 20, 1927 - Image 5

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Tifficulty Is Encountered In Selection
Of Title For 23rd Annual Junior
"Eight 'til Eight" has been '_elected
as the title of the 23rd annual Junior
qxirls' play which will be presented ac-
cording to the custom of the junior
class from March 14 to 18 inclusive,
,at the Whitney theater. The selection
of a name for this year's producitiou
has been considerably delayed due to
the indecision of the central commit-
tee, , who hestitate l for some time be-
tween two suitable possibilities. The
hook of the play is the work of Esther
Merrick, '28, of Saginaw, being chos-
en by the central committee of thej
class from a number submitted to Bet-
ty Nutt, general chairman.
Tho play, in accordance with prece-
dent set by past productions is of the
type that is expected to appeal to stu-
<dent audiences. Every type of college
student from the sweet and demure to
the exceedingly efficient will be por-
The production will include 135
members, with 12 cast parts, six male
land six female. The roles , are all
straight leads with no definite char-
acter parts. Especial emphasis will be
placed on the feminine roles according
to Phyllis Loughton, '28, director of'
the play.
Rehearsals have been going on for
the past week under the direction of
Marion Van Tuyl, chairman of the dance
committee, ,and will continue through-
ou' the period of final examinations.
Miss Loughton has expressed her com-
plete satisfaction with the progress
that rehearsals have made. The work
of other committees is making rapid
progress according to the chairmen.
This year's play is considered super-
ior in every way. No revision at, all
has been deemed necessary, by Donald
Hamilton Haines, who has revised
Michigan Operas and Junior Girls'
plays for several years. In his opin-
ion, Miss Merrick's book is one of the
best of its type ever written.
An innovation in this year's produc-
tion is the fact that it is being directed.
by a member of the Junior class. Pre-
vious Junior Girls' plays have beenj
directed by professional, directors em-
ployed for that purpose, or facultyl

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p 11n charge of the tour are anxious to
C = have Michigan again represented.
The main points of interest in West-;
n ern Europe will be visited and a num-
ber of student conferences are includ-
ed in the itinerary; the Conference of
----f International Relations at Geneva anal
Iepre entative College Women To Be the International Student Service Con-j
Chosen To Take Tour Of ference at Schiers, Switzerland in
Western Europe August.j
The price of this pilgrimage is $700
fS THIRD TOUR OF SERIES for the entire trip. The passage ac-a
E commodations are Student Thirdi
"Voyages in understanding" is the Class. This should not be confused1
name which has been given to the with the Michigan tour of the Open
Women's student pilgrimages to Road which the Women's league is
Europe this summer. The name sponsoring. The Women's Pilgrimage;
comes from the fact that the pilgrim- is fostered by the Christian associa-
ages under the auspices of the Inter- tions of the world and takes 24 per-
national Student Christian associa- sons from the whole country. Any
tion at Geneva and sponsored in this further information desired about

F.Powers ...... G.......N. Hoover N O TICES
DS. Sturas ......G......E. Treadwell
Pi Beta Phi won from Alpha Epsilon Anyone in Ann Arbor or any post
Phi in a game which was not greatly graduate is invited to play basketball
endangered at any time during the :tv
~U~iI1I perod.Dorohy art,'30 staredforat 11:30 o'clock Saturday morning ev-
period. Dorothy Dart, '30, starred for ery week at Barbour gymnasium. This
_ the Pi Beta Phi team and of the 341class will be a continuation of the
Martha Cok dormtory wa easilyscores made she was responsible for! Ann Arbor Hockey bwhc wa
thethanCook dormitorytwasCeasilyne 26 of them. The lineup for this game f formed this fall.
the winner of the Martha Cook-Zone .is sflos
6 game played yesterday afternoon.I is as follows: There will be a skating party tomor-
The game ended with a score of 23-16.' Alpha Epsilon Phi Pi Beta Phi row held by the Outdoor club under
Very early in the game the Martha1H. Levy ........ F...........D. Dart the auspices of the W. A. A. Everyone
Cook team established the lead, which | L. Fuchs .......F....... H. Searight who skates is urged to come and meet
they held throughout the remainder of S. Stone ........C. ........M. White at the Coliseum. Skating is open from
the period. Helen Beaumont, '28 Ed,, IN. Goodman ... S. C. ....... J. Nixon 2 to 5 o'clock. Admission is 25 cents.
was without a doubt the star of this j B. Ganz ........ G. .......M. Kellar All house presidents are invited to
game and accounted for 19 of the M. Fuchs ....... G.........G. Gulich attend the dinner at 5:30 o'clock today
scores made by her team. The lineup i An easy victory featured the con- 1in Parbour gymnasium, which is be-
for this game is as follows: itest between Helen Newberry resi- ing given in their honor by the ad-
1artla Cook Zone 6 dence and Alpha Xi Delta. The game visors of women.
H. Beaumont ... F. ...... M. Moff leyended in a score of 23-2, showing the Junior Girls' play rehearsals for to-
. Allshouse ... F........E.boster eriority of the dormitor teamI da are: At 4 o'clock chorus 3 in



iMis Mildred Corbeit
One of the rer,-sentat ives of the
National Y. W. C. A. hleadquartel in
New York who i, actively interested
in solving the problem iof the young;
people in t wo Long Island towns is
Miss Mlildred Corbelt. It was recent-
ly decided that the only chance for so-
cial life of the young men and young
women were the church and dance
hall. Doth of these are felt to be un-
satisfactory, the church being too
limited and denominational, and the
dance hall too risky.
The Y. W. C. A. is therefore co-
operating with the Y. M. C. A. in con-
ducting a survey in the eastern part,
of the country, its objective being
something new in the annals of both. .
It is the erection of a joint Y. M.-Y.W.
building. Wholesome recreation for
boys and girls together will be one of
its major activities.
"New relationships between men
and women have been created both
within and without the home during
the last few years," says Miss Corbett
in explaining the proposed experi-(
ment. "These changes involve per-
plexities for boys and girls and young
men and women that did not exist
before. Both sexes, we find, want to

country by the National Student
Council, 600 Lexington Ave., New
York City.
There are 24 picked women in the
group who are representative of thel
colleges from which they are chosen.
There will be great care taken in
selecting these people as they have
to represent America in Europe andl
it is a belief of the council that intel-
ligent behavior on the part of Ameri-
can tourists in Europe can do a great
deal toward international concilia-
All races including white, Negrol
and Indian students will go on this
pilgrimage and they will be enter-
tained in Europe by students there
so that the viewpoint will be essential-
ly student and cosmopolitan. Under-!
graduates and faculty with two ad-
visors who have made the trip before
will be in the group.
The 1927 tour is the third which has
been sponsored by the council and
in the first tour the University ofj
Michigan was represented by one
graduate student. Since that time,
no one from here has gone and those;
effect that, in as much as the original
work of such an organization has been
partially absorbed by the various
church guilds and the Woman's
league, and inasmuch as the work ofI
World fellowship, which has been
handled by the Y. W. C. A. could be
controlled under another organiza-
tion, the practical thing for the group
to d9 is to disband.
The meeting this afternoon is open
to all women on campus and it is
hoped that a large number will turn
out. Only those who have been mem-
bers of the Y. IV: C. A. since Decem-
ber, 1926, wil be allowed to vote on
the subject, however.
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othy Wulp at the University Y. W. Q. Berkowitz ... C. .........J. Jones
IC. A. If. Wolter......S. C........A. Crane
Luncheon, 11:30-1:30
-Dinner, 5:30-7:00
Special Parties by Arrangement.
Phone 9646 205 South State St.
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Announces the Arrival of an
Unusual Selection of
J-Hop Jewelry
It includes such novelties as-
Gold and Silver Brocade Vanity Purses
Rhinestone Hair Ornaments
Garnet and Set Brooches
The Latest Thing in Bracelets
Chic-est Ear-rings
Come Now and Select Just What
You Have Been Looking For.
"In the Arcade"


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The lineup for the game was as fol-t
Alpha Xi Delta Relen Newberry
Armstrong ...... F. ......E. Miller
Crowe .........F. ........ R. Nisson
E. Graham .......C. ........ M. Bush'
Sherman ...... S. C......... M Smith1
Latting .........G. .........L. Pool
Vanderwaker ... G.......M. Hartwig

this may be had, by calling Mrs. Dor-


No Ups

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Sarah Caswell Angell hall, chorus
in parlor; at 5 o'clock, chorus 2f
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, chorus 7i
Frau Lies Schleiber, 42,, of Berl
was given the sports medal in gold.
the first woman in Saxony to achiez
that distinction.

We extend a cordial invitation
to call and inspect the line.
Our Frocks stand comparison.


"Out of the way, but less to pay."


308 Maynard St.

Phone 5803

have an opportunity to meet and have
LIFE SAVING CLASS SET fgood times together as well as study
LIFESAVNG C ASSSET problems common to them both."
There will be no life saving class to- Y.X.C.A. To Vote On
night as previously announced at thee
Union pool due to the examiner's test r ie 1P lem
which is to be held at Ypsilanti. How-
ever ;all women who wish to go to All women interested in the problem
Ypsilanti to watch the test given are which confronts the University Y. W.
welcome. The same examiner will C. A. as to whether they should dis-
give the test in Ann Arbor. Anyone solve or not, are asked to be present

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zwosc U1 ive YrjLife i~ucitigun vut

Inventory Sale
On Plaques, Pictures, Frames,
Leather, jewelry, etc.
at the



desiring to practice for interclass at the meeinjg which will be (held clM ary Louise Shop
swimming teams are urged to come at 4 o'clock t oday to discuss and vote
events which will compose the next the organization n the Arcade
meet are as follows: 50 yard free style, The cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.,
50 yard breast stroke, 25 yard back after carefuiy con:s dcrinjg the prob-
stroke, diving and a relay. lem has drawn up a res oattion to the
Special Selin
of Frocks
Without reservations ev-
ery mid-winter frock, for-
merly priced up to $59.50 '
and many higher, is open
Large variety of fabrics i
ranging from sheerest MPI
chiffon to velvet.
-S Frocks for daytime, after-
-'a0' n 48
, noon and evening occas-
ions, for the tea, the dance
and stately formal func- -'i
- Are Always q'

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All Are 'Star Value
In Our January Coat Sale



Another drastic reduction on all winter coats! And savings are even more
worth while for the woman who has waited until now to make her selection!
These coats are fashioned of the durable woolen fabrics-Bolivia, suede
cloth and novelty mixtures-that give such satisfactory service in severe winter
weather. Smartly designed, expertly tailored and handsomely trimmed with fur,
they're outstanding Clearance Sale values.
You'll get lots of enjoyment out of a new winter coat this season, and next
winter there'll still be months of good wear in it for you!

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