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WEDNESDAY, MARCTT 16, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SENIOR SUPPER MARKS New Field House Will Be of Colonial
FIST NIGHT0OFl4 Design With Facilities For All Sports

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and are on sale at wedding ring for the day and a dia-
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Traditional Gathering Of - Senior
Women In Caps And Gowns Is
Held At IUnIon
MORE THAN 500 ATTEND
Senior women met together officially
for the first time in their caps and
gowns at the Senior supper which was
held last night according to tradition
before the first performance of the
Junior Girls' play. Shortly after sup-
per at the Michigan Union the seniors
marched in a body to the Whit-
ney theater, lead by the junior aides
who were appointed by Betty Nutt, '27,
chairman of the play. These junior
women were selected from those of
their classmates who were not engag-
ed in preparing for the annual play,
as representative junior women.
Between courses at the dinner mem-
bers of the senior class practised the
songs, which were later sung at the
theater. As is customary the songs
are parodies on the play of the pre-
ceding year. Words to the two songs
which were sung this year were writ-
ten by Margaret Sherman, '27, to the'
tunes of "Michigan Men" and the
"Newsboys Chorus". Both lof these
numbers appeared in "Becky Behave"
the 1927 Junior Girls' play.
Due to the shortness of the time"
no organized program was given and
as tickets to the play were distributed
during the supper, the line of march
was formed soon after. Mortar Board,
and Senior Society, both honorary
societies for senior women led the
procession.
The entire main floor and part of
the balcony of the theater was reserv-
ed for the seniors, and their guests
of honor who included Mrs. John Ef-
finger, Mrs. Allan S. Whitney, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Grace Richards,
Miss Beatrice Johnson, Miss Alice
Lloyd and Mrs. Norma B. Mansfield.
The arrangements for the annual
Senior supper were made by Virginia
Fox, general chairman of the affair
and who had as her assistants, Fran-
ces Dunnewind, finance manager,
Catherine Buhrer songs, Selma Alex-
ander and Esther Tuttle programs
and Florence Wolf, menu.
Freshmen Debaters
Of Club Announced
Freshmen debaters who will repre-
sent Athena in the annual Athena-
Portia Freshman debate have been an-
nounced as follows: Euger Sey-
mour, '30; Virginia Houghton, '30; and
Mary Louise Brown, '30. Julia Wilcox
'30, will act as alternate. Norma
Greene, 28, and Laura Osgood, '28Ed
will coach the team and work will
begin tomorrow night. The time set for
the debate is March 29. Athena sup-
ports the affirmative of the question:
"Resolved, that all upper class women
he required to participate two hours
weekly in some elective sport for
'which half credit shall be given."
NOTICES
An important meeting of all girls
of Zones 3 and 4 will be held today
at 4 o'clock in Barbour Gym parlors.
There will be a meeting of the Point
System Cormittee at 4:30 today.
The regular Wednesday afternoon
tea for women will be held from 3 to
5 o'clock today at the Hillel Founda-
tion, 615 E. University.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
GARRICK
BEGINNING $UN)AY, MARCH 13
A limited Return Engagement.
Anne Nichols' langthing SuccessE
"Abie's Irish Rose"
The Play that put U in Humor

No. 10.

Canned

No. 10.

Vegetables and Fruits
OF THE
Best Quality
'There is no economy in the cheap grades of Canned
oods. You pay less, b)ut you get more water and less
food.
We sell only t he best grades and make you special
prices in case lots.

It's a woman's right and
duty toabecbeautiful-and
science has come to her aid
with preparations, scienitific-
ally prepared as, are these
from the Harriet Hubbard
Ayres' laboratory. And as
not all complexions are alike
-there are varying powders
and creams.
Face Powders
Medallia, 75c
Ayeristocrat, 75c
Luxuria, $1.00
Talcum Powders
Ayeristocrat, 35c
Red Rose, 75c
Toilet Water
Luxuria, $1.00
Violet Petals, $1.00
Red Rose, $1.00

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A rchitecie0 drawing of the new fi
cotip ted by fall of 1127,, and Inset o
lieall Ih service.
Work has already begun on breaking
ground for the erection of the new
field house for women, which will be
located on Palmer Field, and the hill
which separates the two hockey fields
is being raWdly cut down. The field
house as described by Dr. Margaret
Bell, will be a two story red brick
building, colonial in design, and the
entrance will be made between mas-I
sive white pillars, facing North Uni- I
versity avenue.
On the first floor will be a lobby, a
service room, a room containing fifty-
eight showers, and in the back, 180'
dressing booths, and 1,200 lockers. The
second floor will have lockers especial-
ly for the professional stdudents, a
first aid room, a kitchen, and a club!
room, where the W. A. A. board will
hold their meetings, and will contain
the various pictures, plaques, and
awards of the organization. A veryl
special attraction will be the spacious
lounge room, which will occupy the
center of the second floor, and will be
furnished with comfortable daven-1
ports, chairs, and tables.i
From the lounge room, French doors
will open out on on a green ter-'

eld house for women, which will be
f Dr. largaret Bell of the unijersity
race, which leads down to the play-
ing fields. It is planned that the ter-
race will be shaded by a large, bright-
colored awning coming out from the
second floor, which will provide a cool
place for players to come after games,
to rest and partake of refreshments.
The terrace may also be used as a
spectators' gallery for tennis games.
Facilities for almost every outdoor
sport have been planned. Provision
will be made for four hockey fields
and 24 tennis courts, two of the pres-
ent courts to be included., There will
be special fields for archery and golf,
and several putting greens. Arrange-
ments will also be made for smaller
fields to be used for volley ball and
other games.
The new field house will be com-
pleted and be ready for use by next
fall, according to Dr. Bell. This is
without doubt one of the finest things
that has been done to benefit the
women of the University.
Miss Esther Phillips, an assistant
- United States attorney in San Fran-
cisco, is the fourth generation repre-
sentative of a family of lawyers.

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Luxuria, 40c-75c
Face Cream, 75c-$1.50
Ayeristocrat, 40c-75c
Creme de Fraises, 75c
Wrinkle Eradicator, H0c
Eye-lash Grower, 40c
Brilliantine Pomade 40c
Complexion Balm, 75
Freckle Lotion, 75c
Astringent, 75c
Lemon Lotion, 75c
Violette Soap, 25c

A highly pleasing coffee, a grade that causes real
coffee satisfaction. J. W. Special Coffee is a strictly old
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more at 40c per pound.
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