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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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SENIORS TO DON CAPS
AND C~NSARCH 15
Class Of 1927 To Attend Traditional
Supper At Union And March
To Whiitney Theater
ANNOUNCE JUNIOR AIDES

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Senior women will don their capsI
and gowns for the first time this yearI
to attend the Senior supper which'
will be given at 6 o'clock Tuesday,I
March 15, in the Union ballroom.
Five hundred guests are expected to j
be present. Immediately following 3
the banquet, the seniors will form inC
line of march and proceed to they
Whitney theater where as guests of ;
the juniors they will witness the firstA
performance of the "Eight 'Til Eight"
the 1928 Junior Girls' play.f
There will be no regular program It
during the supper due to the short-
ness of time, but between coursesa
the senoirs will practice the songo
which they will sing to the juniors'
when they arrive at the theater, and
which has been composed by a com- 1

Start On Last Half 1Ii. I lemics l Freshman MaJors CONSTRUCT FIELD HOUSE N O T I C E S
Of Tournament Play Siley...........F. D. Renkenberger FOR 0110 STATE WOMEN Rifle cass will meet at 4 ocloc
S{RfeF. Sackett .......CG.........ColnRielaswlmett4o'oc
D. Bloom ......S. C....1. Grabowsky Outfitted with lockers, dressing today at Barbour gymnasium.
Sophomore majors and freshman LeRoy ..........G..........IHeilman mnd t m $Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
academics were the winners of the M. luffley ...... G........ M. Muffley rse is ig o B uelal IHankison,Gs 9 V
lowerclass basketball games played! Juniior' majors playing the junior 00fedhuei eigcntutd ~ Pree,'0 ee rs,'0
yeterdass aer n S mre a academics played one ofthe hardest for the women of Ohio State Univer- Marion Kerr, '29, and Jessie Church,
jyestelaye strn.ophomore m-cs W fought games of the season. The re- sity according to the Ohio State Lan 29, Helen Fellows, '30.
ors played sophomore academics with sult of this game was a victory for tern. It is planned and built like a Announcement was made recently
a final score of 36-34 and only in the j the academics with a score of 32 to at the Kappa Delta house of the en-
last few seconds of play did they get 2.Tetawr frti aewslodlge. The first floor is comiposed thKaaDeahos of th in
a23. The teamwork for this game was one.rge room with a e s egagenment of Norma Clare, '26, to
game. Esther Middlewood and June especially noticeable and somi of the mantle at one end and an instructors' Maurer, '26.
Davis playing for the sophomore aca- best playing was demonstrated of the office at the other. The building is Theta Phi Alpha announces the
demics were without doubt the stars entire Interclass Basketball tourna- located partly on the ,bluff and partly Pledging of Dorothy Brady, '30, Mar-
of this game. The lineup for this game ment. on the drop so that the west side has Itgaret Brady, '30, Alice Estabrook, '30,
ofsths game.s The lineup for this game IThe lineup for this game is as fol- two stories and the east side one. TheI Josephine Wedemeyer, '30, and Ter-
is as follows:JoSlhn eeeyr'3>adT-
Soid. Majors Soph. Acadenics lows: walls are stained a warm gray, and essa Jonaitis, '29.
F. Miller ........F.... E. Middlewood Junior Academics Junior ajors the roof is shingled in four grades Junior Girls' play rehearsals for
A. Zauer........ F.... . . .. .. J. Davis K. Fr ancis . .. .. . F .. .. . ... . E. Childs of color, havin " a touch of s carlet. today : A t 4 'clock, 1,7, and 12;
J. Jones ........ C........ N. Becker E. Ogborn.........F... M. Hogodon Thus it is called the "Hansel and at 4 : >0 o'clock, choruses 10, 3, and
R. Strasser..S. C.....E. Grinnel Baird......C.......M. Hough Gretel" house from its resemblance 9; at 5 o'clock, choruses 3, 5, and 4B; I
J. Saurborn... ......M. Reading D. Nicoli....G.......S..onea torthe house involved in the fairy:lat 5:30 o'clock, choruses 6, 2, and
b' ono...G...C akn A. Unsworth ..G..... M. Robinson story. 4A.
V. Johnson ...... G....... C. Hawkins| E. Treadwell
In the freshman game the playing The hockey and tennis-fields ad-
was much slower and there was not jacent to the field house are being Red glass danger signals on the
he individual playing which was so Senior majors played senior aca- enlarged and ground to the west of backs of driving gloves are a novelty
noticeable in the former game. The Ildemics with the result that the major the building is being leveled off for in Paris.
cademic team early gained the lead team won with the score of 33 to 20. that purpose. In addition to this a I
ver the major team and were suc- IThe game was bitterly contested fom new swimming pool has just been Little curls on the nape of the neck
essful in retaining it throughout the the very beginning and it was not pos- completed by the university for the are being used by the women who
same. The game ended with a score of ible to determine the winner until the use of the student women. are letting their hair grow.
7-12 in favor of the academic team.Is

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W11 LIT TLE IT COST.
We deal only in first-grade
foodstuffs-well-known brands;
but we deal in them in large
quantities. It enables us to
quote prices that are definitely
lower than most stores can af-
ford, while enabling us also to
maintain high standards, of
quality.
Coffee Coffee Coffee
YOU WILL.ASK FOR MORE
Our J. W. Special Blend
makes you ask for another cup.
Our J. W. Blend has taught
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secret or good coffee than any
other bran(-then, too, besides
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In five pound lots or more, 40c
Per pound.
Pints 70c, Quarts $1.25

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mittee under the chairmanship of {T lneup ior tis game is as fol-
Catherine Buhrer, '27Ed. The sen- lows:
iors will have as their guests of hon-
or at the banquet Mrs. Clarence Cook
Little, Mrs. Allan S. Whitney, Mrs.
John R. Effinger, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Rich-
ards, Miss Beatrice Johnson, and
Mrs. Norma Bicknell Mansfield $
Mortar Board and Senior society(
will lead the line of march to the
theater, while a number of juniorso
women will accompany the procession
as aides.
Tickets for the banquet are pricedt
at $1.35 and may be obtained at Bar-
bour gymnasium where caps and
gowns are being given out. Tickets
may also be secured from Frances
Dunnewind, 5718. Virginia Fox, '27,
is general chairman of the banquetI
and is assisted by the following com-
mittee chairmen: Frances Dunne-
wind, '27Ed, finances; Catherine'
Buhrer, '27Ed, songs; Selma Alex-
ander, '27; Esther Tuttle, '27Ed, pro-
grams; Florence *Wolf, '27, food.
Betty Nutt, chairman of the Jun-,
ior Girls' play, announces as aides the
following junior women: Josephine.
Norton, Helen Rutherford, NormaI
Greene, Esther Merrick, Edna Balz,
Rena Pavitt, Margaret Funk, Marion
Karboski, Grace Glover, Frances Watch for Coca-Cola a
Hubbard, Margaret Ricker, and Dor-
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Women Dormitories
Two new dormitories for women are
to be built at Northwestern university,
according to an announcement made
by President Scott a few days ago.
Non-sorority girls who are upper-class
women will be accommodated in them.j
Work upon the dormitories will be
started within the next few months,
President Scott stated, and it is plan-
ned that their formal opening will
take place in February, 1928. Each
dormitory will house 30 girls.
With the upper-class women thus ac-
commodated, university officials feel
that historic Willard hall may now be
turned over to freshmen women.
When the new dormitories are opened
next Februdry, freshmen girls will
move into Willard hall from whatever
quarters they are then occupying.
Each of the new dormitories will
cost in the neighborhood of $75,000.
Part of the money will be supplied
by different organizations of North-
western women, particularly thef
.alumnae. For more-than 25 years they
have been raising money which was
originally intended for a Women's l
Union building. As 'this project would
require at least $1,000,000, it has been
temporarily abandoned, and the sum
recently voted over to this new cause.
The buildings are to be built of
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana linie-
stone, and one will be constructed
in the eastern quadrangle of the new
women's campus which is now being
constructed for the sororities of the
university.
Miss Elizabeth Quereau, only wo-
man member of the Colorado State
Civil Service, has powers greater than
those of the governor.
Naval influence can be seen in the
new spring frocks for women.
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2nd prize.................... 5,000
3rd prize...................2,500
4th prize...................1,000
5th prize .. .......... 500
10 sixth prizes (each)...........100
20 seventh prizes (each) ...... 50
200 eighth prizes (each) ...... 25
400 ninth prizes (each) ....... 10
A total of 635 prizes, $30,000

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