THE MICHIGAN DAILY
,iclde TWman In ! NORTHWESTERN WOMEN'S
S-AdminisraivBdyGRUPS UPHOLD PLEDGE
,, i T~[~U lAlinha Phi, the last of the 26 s~orori-
4i , ILL U 0 E 0 I1ILIJLLR } omen onythe Michigan campus I-1"-uUrca.1 LLu voav
o no h ihgnli_, uc~ic e&ld at last in breaking ties on the northwestern university
t i I rdii ion, for with lbheappoint- campus, to take the pledge alleging to
Attendance at Junior GCirls' p~lay red m> fCia ccS71laad, '27, to the: support the "anti-group and Greek1
hbarsa~f will bq stressed to a great ex- r : 1-.i''th I b7_iaen to be consulted in! letter' politics," movement that started
tent from now on, according to Elsie Yi.rt o b oard, they have equal I on the campus recently,, signed this
Murray, '28, assistant chairman of the ci-n m at ers of student conduct. I
production. Saturday rehearsals will The (aadministrative board was form- w eekthealac.hrb aigfl
bekpnuced in Frliday's Daily so thatj erly composed of faculty nmembers only Thpld resasflo:",
hrif rnion concerning the, time of! but a (lianfe in the policy of the board the undersigned, authorized by the'
meeting will be available ahead of was made recently. vote of my chapter, do hereby promise
time. All chorus Vmembers who are not T b e ard eragages itself in the on my honor and on the honor of my
excused by Miss Murray or the women coiisidora'tiofl of cases of student dis chapter, that said chapter shall not
takig attendance must call or see honesty andl the faculty members be- line up politically with any organizedj
Phyiil1 ~ughton. lieve that their opinions and decisions group on the campus of Northwestern
As announced previously, there will in such eases would be better under-!uiest rmFb.1 97 oFb
be chorus rehearsals (luring the periodI stood by ,the student body, if they were 11, 1928."
of final examinations. Chorus mem- represented in the group making the rThis latest snarl in Northwestern's
hers are required to attend two meet- decision. stormy politics came as a result of ac-
ings the first week and one the se c- Speaking of the innovation made in tion taken by the Y. M. C. A. and Y.
ond. A schedule of the chorus re- the personnel of the board Miss Shi- I W C. A. purporting to clean up camn-
hearsals is posted in B~arbour gym- land stated, "1 believe that the womenI pus elections. At a meeting last week
nasium. Individuals may be,-excuised of tis ive;tVyi should feel a certain' all but five of 26 sororities on the
by the trainers of their choruses if the in -iaini i g a recognition I campus agreed to the pledge. Since
rehearsal period interferes with study-1 equal to that accorded formerly only to that time the remaining five have all
ing for an examination that will take the men." signed.
place the following day. RehearsalsI
will last until Feb. 9.
The $2 fee that is required of every
member must be Maid byl the end of
this week or an additional fine for
lateness will be imposed. /
In ternationial PIav,101'
By Originator In
Although th- Tmte01nat ional Jhv
house was a financial facilure, Ms
Irma Kraft, of New 'cork, wvhoeo-
ceivedl the ide~a and orgaiz ed the I'lay-
house still professes her faithi in it!
although it proved too expensive a
prop~osition to succeed at pre-gent.
Miss Kraft has spent ifUc i timle
ab.roadl andl it was her ieat that as
America is nmade of'represental.tive s of
all nations, plays charactleris:tic of vax,-
i ons lands put on with the greatest;
care taken to preserve the national
spirit would prove proper and instruc-1
tive. To nmainin the corn ect atros-3
phee Aiss Kraft planned to explort!
directors from abroad to interpret thet
spirit of their respective lands.
A Chinese play "'The Brid ge of Dist-<
ances," was put on i New YFork last
year under the supervision of the Ci-i
U. Se Is Supported
iSpite Of Its Failure
perinient to continue. Experimental
thieate'rs, according to Miss Kraft, are
the hope of the drama. They can be
u ,ed to produce plays pf dramatic and
Ii! .ry nyerit that are not at first sue-
ccsf; in the larger theaters. This
wsilluistrated in the case of. Lucy
Voim'ei 's "Sun-Up."
Mviss; Kraft plans to go abroad in the
si iig and visit Russia to see how the
drama of that country fares under
soviet regime. She is the author of a
number of books and plays and has'
beeni a contributor to a number of
newspapers, both here and abroad.
Another organization aiming to bring
the finer things of the stage before the
public is the National Threshold The-
ater association. Tfhis organization be-
lieves as does Miss Kraft, thaat there
is a public that is ready and eager to
There wil be a meeting of the point ' " ' ~ " '
system committee of the; women's Icr.
league at 4 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium. Intramural 1baskectbll gaines to h
llayed'( today are a follows : 4 o'cloce
Snuff taking is again popular in Zone6 vs. la }'Lok iriiory
English society, although it has not loc lha(Phi ~lt s
Yet reached the open-and-above-board; pha Xi Delta, HinNebryres
stage. (:mien vs.Sigma Kappa;7 o'cloc
('ouzens hall >vs . one 15 and Gamm
It is said that the memory of women Pi'x Beta vs.,Alha psilon Iota.
Is usually 10 to 25 percent more~ accur- !__________--
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common to the modern stage. Several
well known actors are giving their
services to the experiment of present-
ing in New York a play called "Cour-
age," by Isabel Kemp. Mrs.Claire TreeI
Major is president of the association.I
consul ondt was an artistic smc-' welcome this type of drama to take the
but provedl o0 expensive an ex- place of the "Jazz and sex" plays so
Establish Ulub I or
All graduates of recognized univer-
sities are eligible for membership in
the New University Women's club
which is in the process of formation at
the present' time at the University of
Montreal, Montreal, Can. The club is
starting out with 257 charter members,
officers have been elected, and the or-
ganization is now proceeding to pur
chase property on which they have
held an option. The property will beI1
used as a site for a club house and it
is expected that it will be construste(1
and ready for occupation by April 1.
Such a ste'p tendls to witness the
bond which exists between gradualte
university women, and seems to prove
the fact that friendships begun in col-I
lege are lasting.y
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