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PARTY IS SET FOR APRIL 1
An innovation has been introduced
into the plans for this year's Fancy
Dress Ball, which has been scheduled
for April first, by the Women's
league. Contrary to formner ballh, at
which each group has tried to outdol
the other fn the elaborateness as well
as cleverness of its presentation, the
cmimittee this year has requested
that the groups spend absolutely no
money on their costumes. Instead,
they are asking that each woman turn
in 50 cents to the chairman of the
respective house stunts.
This money will be given to the
League building fund. Prizes this
year will be given for the cleverest
presentation of the various sums,
rather than for ,tlaprettiest or most
original ideg a at fdrmer affairs.
The fancy dress ball has always
been a high spot -on the calendar of
spring activities of the League.. Both
attractive and amusing, it has been
the center of interest for weeks pre-
ceding its avizAl :As in the past,
Mortar Board, Wyvern, and Senior
Society will present stunts, while ad-
ditional attractiO re being planned
by the committe
Jean. McKaig, 28 chaiman of the'
ball this year. h is assisted by the
follow ing com e Ruth , Tuttle,
'27Ed, ptblicity er Wood, '27Ed,
special stunts;Ktherine Kyer, '28Ed,
refreshments; Katherine Arnold, '30,
invitations; Margaret Breer, '28, floor
director; Elizabeth Smithers, '29Ed.
Announcements are being sent to
each of the houses with information
regarding the various details, and ihso
asking to be informed of the number
who will participate in each stunt.
Further information may be obtained i
from 'Jean McKaig, at 3301.
That women hiave gained eminence of the business pro
Femt -- in the fields of finance, commerce, not along radical Ii
Foremost on the calendar of wolaw, medicine, and other proessins sane, helpful and
men's activities at nresent' are the .f. er..
general Women's League elections by playing the game according to its hundr
:There are hnr
which have been set for April 6. At rules, is the conviction of Colonel illustrate the imi
that time the president, vice-president. Theodore Roosevelt, in contrast withI
class representatives and various the views of Miss Anne rgan, fa- men to the busi
other officers directing women's self- mous society and philanthropic leader. find women sell
government will be selected for the Miss Morgan takes the stand that inig bond departm
coming year. Nominations for the ju- modern woman is a success in bus- cutives in the lar
diciary council, which is fast becom- iness because she is more radical than industrial concern
ing one of the nost important I man and refuses to believe that a o Ibrokers, lay
branches of the organization, are al- thing "can't be done" because "ito
ready announced, hasn't been done before." In a recent . a execut
According to the present plan of the talk Miss Morgan asserted that wo- ing business of e
judiciary council, there are five mem- man's very "newness and inexper- iption.
hers, consisting of three seniors and ience," and her disregard for estab- "Not only ae th
two juniors. The juniors are elected lished rules and precedents are her tical end of the wa
for a two year period, so that only one most effective weapons for winning are c(ontributing an
senior is added each year. This pro- business battles. towards it which
vides for two old members who are Col. Roosevelt, always an ardent business methods. A
acquainted with the work and regula- champio. of womnas rights, agrees of tin tes is Miss Em
tions of the body. Margaret Dow, '28, withi iss Morgan that woman is awor in the develo
and Marian Van Trvl, '28, are the can- sutccess i rngsns bt imancs ing. asystem of
didates for the vacant senior position; i sionws is b suns au dis expln- which has discarde
the two juniors are to be chosen from ation ithe conventional
the following four nominees: Helen ,, hand, and uses only
Plav The 1 FINAL PLAY REHEARSALNOTICES
Roosevelt There will be a nmeeting of the
"EightoTill Eight" will have itsoi system committee at 4 o'clock
"Eighty at Barbour gymnasium.
oblemns of the day, final rehearsal at 7 o'clock Friday in Junior Girls' play rehearsals for
nes, but in a most Sarah Caswell Angell hall in prepa- today are: at 5 o'clock choruses 3
constructive man- ration for its presentation in Detroit and 6.
Saturday. This will be a complete] W. A. A. hiking committee will meet
eds of examples to dress rehearsal and it is compulsory; at 5 o'clock today at the gym. Chi
ortant relation 9. that everyone be present. The re-f Omega won over Zone 16 in the bas-
; nearsal was set at 7 o'clock with the ketball finals of League B.
ess life of the day.I distinct understanding that it would ,,Outcome of Class gamey played yes-
ing bonds and run- be completed by 9 o'clock, so it is es- terday is as follows junior majors
ents, women exe- sential that everyone be prompt. won over senior majors by a score
gest business and l At this tine the remainder of the of 39 to 22; junior antd senior aca-
s in the country, $2.00 which was assessed in January demic game ended iii a' score of 34
yers, (octors, edi- will be refunded. The prices of the to 21 in favor of the juniors; score
,r lunches and dinner which amounts to of the freshman and sophomore aca-
ives, womnen run- $1.50 and all fines will be deducted jdemic game was 9 to l> in favor of
very kind and de- from the original fee. the sophomores;' the game between
Tickets for the Detroit performance the freshman majors and sophomore
ey doing the prac-j of the play to be given Saturday at majors ended in a score of 21 to 20
rk, but often they Orchestra hall are on sale now .tt the in favor of the freshman majors.
n inventive genius, box office and the Grinnell agency.
tends to simphfyj Box seats are priced at $2.75, orches-j and'$1.10. Mail orders should be sent
A striking example tra at $2.20, and other seats at $1.65 in early.
ima 13. Dearborn's
ping of Speedwrit-
ranid shorthand. -
Mrs. Blanche Green
Salaries of American business wo-
men may be as high as $100,000, and
Mrs. Blanche R. Green of Yonkers,
New York, has proved it. That is what
she now receives in reward for her
services from the Berger Brothers
Company of New- Haven, Conn., corset
manufacturers of which she is now
vice-president and general sales man-
ager after working with the firm for
fiften years. She has risen from pov-
erty to the position of highest paid
business woman in America, and her
remarkable rise was celebrated by a
banquet given in her honor recently
by the company to which she belongs.
Mrs. Green is not like most high-
salaried executives. She. has no richly
appointed office with secretaries in at-
tendance. She spends ten months of
her year on the road looking after
the organization of 3500 sales peo-
Brown, '29, Helen Hartman, '29, Vera
Johnson, '29, and Elizabeth Wellmann,
'29. Laura Osgood, '28, and Katherine
Lardner, '28, who now hold junior
positions on the council will auto-
matically become senior members.
Miss 'Osgood has been appointed chair-
man for next year.
According to a new ruling of the
Board of Directors passed this year,
the president and vice-president of the
League no longer hold office on the
The jurisdiction of the council ex-
tends to all disciplinary matters. They
can, however, at their own discretion,
place any difficulty before the office
of advisors to women.
speaking recently in New York ,.
Roosevelt declared: "Nothing is ruc
significant to our century than the
creasingly important part womena
playing in the economic life of uty Tiri le o.Roe
country. "This is (lue, Col. Roosev
believes, to the fact that womanI
played the rules of the game. WI
asked if he agreed with Miss Morg
that women are more radical th
]men, Col. Roosevelt said:
"The success of women 'n the b
iness world, in my opinion, is not
be attributed tontheir 'radicalism'
against the 'conservatism' of me
but rather to the fact that they
not break the rules. Women have b
described as 'emotional, temperam
tal, and tender-bearted.' This d
not necessarily imply that they
more radical than men. We hear m
of 'feminine logic' in solving ma
"Here again is an excellent example
of "feminine logic'. If this ability to
supply short-cuts to business methods
and procedure that men have not had
the vision to see can be styled as
'radicalism', then I agree that the bus-
iness woman is radical," concluded
Delta Gamn announces
ing of Anne Richards, '29.
t to s
ae Earn Extra Credits
any During Summer Vacation
--- The change and recreation so necessary to every-
one are here combined with superior oppor-
'- tunity for educational advancement. Boating,
swimming, tennis, concerts, dramaticperforman.
cesinspiring lectures, etc., are all available.
IOrganized excursions to industrial, financial and artf
enters ol' 'go Corses coerigfl yar's ~vo
cnesoChcg.Cusscvrnfulea'wrkin General Chemistry, Physics or Zoology, for students
(* Interested in Medicjde, Dentistry or Engineering.
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