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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HOUSES ARRANGEFORl
BOOTHS AT CARNIVAL'
Tariey Of Plans For Entertaiment
And Money Making Are Shown
By Organizations!
WILL AWARD TWO PRIZES
Sororities and dormitories on the
Michigan campus have recently made
known their respective plans for the
booths which they as groups, will
conduct during the Penny Carnival
which is scheduled for Wednesday
March 30 by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation. The carnival, which is the
first affair of this type ever to be pre-
sented at Michigan, will be conducted
for the benefit of the Womn's league.
If it is a success, the committee in
charge hopes that it will become a
tradition.
At the present time plans for the
organization booths stand as follows:
Kappa Alpha Theta will conduct a
fish nond, Phi Gamma Mu a bean bag
booth, Delta Gamma, a booth for for-
tune telling,. pha, Phi a shoe shining
parlor, Phi Sgnaigma a swimming
meet, Collegiate Sorosis an ice cream
stand, BetsyBarbour house, a photo-
graph booth. ZetaTau Alpha a side
show booth,, i. Omega a trip around
the world, Ap is Gamma Delta, a stick
candy booth, Helen Newberry res-
idence a hot dog stand, Kappa Delta
a Bar and a shot at the nigger baby
stand, Theta Phi Alpha a puppet show
and Kappa Kappa Gamma a penny
peep show.
A number of the remaining organ-
izations have not as yet submitted
their plans tp the carnival committee.
A prize will be given to the booth
having the most original decorations
and also a prize will be given to the
booth which takes in the most money,
Possibly the greatest attraction of
the entertainment will be the dance
-which is to be held from 8 to 10
o'clock that night in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, Its form will be that of
a. jitney dance, andfive cents will b
charged for every dance. Bob Bower's
orchestra has been engaged for the
occasion.
W. A. A.COMMITTEE PLANS
TWOH IKES FOR WEEK END
Two out-door activities conductedI
by the hiking imittee of W. A. A.
will take place this week end. The'
first which will occur on Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock, will be a hike
in the country, for which W. A. A.
points will be earned. One point will
be awarded for each mile hiked, and
swill count toward W. A. A. member-
ship which my be completed this
semester. Belle Siegel, '27, will be the
leader of the group, which will start
from Barbour Gymnasium.
The secon ij will be at 8 o'clock
Sunday moi.,"~ in the form of a
breakfast a those who are in-
terested are "''' o come and bring
what they wish for their breakfast. The
group expects to return from this trip
by 10 o'clock. For further informa-
tion call Betty Smither, '29, 21716.
NOFA IS FLATS
The House That Laughs Built

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A l SEL '' ~pervision of the University. He stat-
TO SELL GLOVES TODAY Dormitories DISCUSS
I~ that in organizing such units the~
AT BARBOUR GYMNASIUMPaid of the dormitory boards will be
ATBAROyR_ NS1 Pan For DietiCian invaluable. The relationship of thel
L Women who have not been reached present dormitories to the housing!
"Eight Till Eight" will have a final btSomething unique in the history of situation was also discussed.
and complete dress rehearsal at 7 :ny iem prtof sellaglovesfore Michigan dormitories was introduced In connection with this latter prob-
o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell An- in their attempt to sell gloves for the at a meeting of the board of the five 1em, the board moved the follow-
gell hall. Tomorrow the play will go 1 benefit of the League will be given the dormitories on Tuesday, when Miss ing resolutions: "The meeting of di-
to Detroit where it will be shown for opportunity to see the display and Ellen Stevenson, appointed by Pres- rectors and board of governors of dor-
an evening performance only, at Or- give their orders from 3 to 5 o'clock ident Clarence Cook Little for special mitories wishes to go on record as
chestra hall, the first public out of toda Binvestigation of the housing problem supporting Prisident Little in hisI
town showing of a Junior Girls' play for women, presented a plan for a: larger program and expresses a de-
for many years. Since the cast of the booth will be conducted in the gym- University buyer and dietician. sire to cooperate." "That each board
entire production leave early tomor- nasium by the society at which all the The scheme would include such of governors appoint a representative
row afternoon for Detroit, tonight's spring modes included in the stock sororities as would be interested and to act on a joint committee to con- j
rehearsal is absolutely the last pos- will be. displayed. The big order would secure the services for dor- sider co-operation."
sible practice. It is imperative there- which will be filled iy spring vaca mitories and sororities of a highly Sororities are being visited dur-s
fore that everyone who takes part in tion will be sent in Monday. trained dietician and the advantages ing this week and informed of the
the play be present. Marian Van Tuyl, The gloves are of French make and ; of buyng in large quantities. A reso- details of this plan. They have been
chairman of dances, announces that range in price from $2.75 to $3.75. A luton was passed by the group that asked to consider it and report their
attendance at the rehearsal tonight is varied combination of colors if offered, each dormitory board take up the mat- decisions to Miss Stevenson so that
compulsory and all absences will be as well as many styles. Any women ter and submit suggestions for such a I plans for next year may be made. If
fined. The rehearsal will be over ear- wishing to obtain gloves later in the plan.
ly enough to allow women who have season through Mortar Board may do= President Little addressed the mpeet-
ensgenots to keep them. so by calling Minna Miller 21241 or ing and spoke of the possibility of
Miss Van Tuyl emphatically urges Myra F. Dreyfuss 7130. new dormitory units under direct su-
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N OT ICES

Tickets for the Detroit performance
of "Eight Till Eight" are on sale at
the box office in Orchestra hall and at
the Grinnell agency. Tickets are pric-!
ed as follows: boxes, $2.75; orchestra,
$2.25; others, $1.65 and $1.10.
Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'
play today are as follows: choruses 1
and 2 at 4 o'clock; choruses 12 and
6 at 4:30 o'clock; choruses 3, 9, and
10 at 5 o'clock and choruses 4a, 7,
and 9 at 5:30 o'clock. Dress rehearsal
is promptly at 7 o'clock tonight.
Announcement was made recently
at the Kappa Delta house of the en-
gagement of Dorothy Aldrich, '27, to
Howard Preston, '25.
the majority are not in favor of the
system it will be dropped.

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faults in the production. Choruses I
have been meeting throughout the past
week to keep in training, but the play
has not been nerformed as a whole
since the last Ann Arbor perform-
ance.
PASSING AND TEAM WORK
WIN BASKETBALL GAMES
Senior majors were victorious over
the sophomore majors in the basket-
ball game of yesterday afternoon. The
sophomores played an excellent game
and were in the lead at the end of the
half; the seniors, however, on ac-
count of their superior passing won
the game by a score of 27 to 18. Very
good eam work characterized the
game between the sophomore academ-
ics and senior academics, the soph-
omores excelling in this line, played
the best game, that they have played
since the tournament began, and won
over the senior class by a score of!
39 to 22.
In the junior major and freshman
major game, the junior team won withj
a score of 35 to 17. T-he junior majors
played a very systematic game,and
were superior to the opposing team
in every way. Freshman academics
and junior academics played a very
interesting game, the freshmen leading
in the beginning, and the game end-
ing in a score of 31 to 17 in favor
of, the freshman team.
Inter-class games will terminate
next Tuesday, and the all star ma-
jor and academic teams will play
Thursday.
More than $1,000,000 is wasted an-
wually by aspirants to fame as sing-
era in the U. S.
Spring Is Here
And so are strawberry sun-
daes. Come in and try one.
We know you'll like it.-

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