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JUNIORS LL To Honor Composerl
InNew York Recital
FOR DETROIT SHOWINGi
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TO DINE AT COLLEGE CLUB
"Eight 'til Eight" will have its final
showing tonight when it is presented
to the public of Detroit at Orchestra
hall. The players' will leave in four es-
pecially charteied buses at 1 o'clock
today from the.dwn town bus station
and will arrive in Detroit at 3 o'clock.
One hundred 'and nineteen members of
the 'cast with the make-up and cos-
tume committees will make the trip.
They will be accompanied by Miss
Alice Lloyd, Miss Beatrice Johnson,
and Miss Grace Richards of the ofiice
of the advisors to women.
After arriving in Detroit, a short
rehearsal will be held in Orchestra
Hall to accustom the players to the
stage. After this the juniors will gol
to the College club,, where as guests of
the Detroit Alumnae association, 'they
will have dinner Mis§ Claire Saunders,
'04, president of the College club, is
superintending arangements for the
dinner.
The production will carry its own
scenery and lighting as well as its
orchestra. Phil Diamond's orchestra
which played for the Ann Arbor per-
formances will accompany the play to
Detroit. The majority 'of the playersz
will return by bus to Ann Arbor after
the performance tonight, a few hav-
ing obtained the reqtired permission
to remain in Detroit with families and
friends aver the week-end.
Phyllis Loughton, '28, director of
the play, announces thatethe advance
ticket sale has been quite successful.
WILL HAVE DORMITORY
FOR GRADUATES ONLY
Plans are being made by the Uni-
versity of Texas to attract women
graduate students. On the opening of
the Alice B. Littlefield Dormitory forl
freshman girls it is desired to turn
the Women's building into a dormitory
for graduate women. For several
years there have been many advanced
students living there and gradually itl
will be turned oVer to them, although
undergraduates ho apply next year
will not be turned away.
Miss Ruby B.errill, dean of wo-
mei at the university, says that it
will be a fine thing for the women as
it is near to laboratories and library
and occupies the center of the cam-
pus. It also provides an opportunity
for women of moderate means to do
graduate work. The accommodations
at the Women's building are unusual-
ly good and are at a moderate cost.
Mortar Board will meet at 9:30
o'clock tomoy ft the Green Tree!
Inn.
The W. A. A lae will leave at 9j
o'clock today from Barbour gymna-
slum.

Tfl [T~ Interhour Quintets NORTHWESTERN ALUMNAE
VOMENCMPTE CompeteFor Title GIVE .TWO DORMITORIES
Northwestern is srecting two new+
First round of the inter-hour bas- dormitoies which will complete the
ketball tournament was run off yes- drioeswchwllomette
terday afternoon when two games 'Joman's Quadrangle. Each of the
Immediately following the intramu- were played, Monday and Wednesday new dormiories will cost more than+
iral basketballseason, the inter-hour at 3 o'clock team playing Tuesday and $75,000 and will be paid for partly*,
golf tournament will be held. Wo- Thursday at 11 o'clock in class > from funds recently voted for that
I men entering the tournament will be tournament were the winners in the
placed in one of two groups, the one first game by a score of 16-11 and the purpose by the organization of North-
composed of players wvtli previous ex- Tuesday and Thursday at 11 o'.clock western alumnae. They have been co-
perience and the other composed of playing the Tuesday and Thursday at lecting this money for 25 years. Orig-
women who are playing this year for 10 o'clock also won their game by a inally it was intended for the pro-
the first time. 49-19 score in the class A tourna- posed Woman's Union building, which
The plan which has been worked ment. was to constitute the findl unit of the
out is, that of allowing each player The playing in both games was re- quadrangle, but these dormitoriess
ten balls. She will shoot these balls latively fast but was noticeable for were deemed an more urgent need.
and the point which she hits on the the large number of fouls which were The first non-sorority dormitory
canvas if she shoots straight will be made. Dorothy Dart, '30, captain and will occupy the keystone position, and
numbered a certain number of yards. forward of the Tuesday and Thurs- so will be distinguished by a chapel-
This plan has been worked out so that day at 11 o'clock team was possiblyllike tower, visible from the street.
it comes within 20 percent of being the most spectacular player of either The architecture of the new unit of
perfect. The experienced group is game. Her shots were accurate and a grey stone, is planned to add the
composed of the following women, she was responsible for most of the final unitary touch to the quadrangle.
Ethel Crowe, '27, Margaret Ballard, points made by her team. In the class The other domitory, will complete the
'27, Jeannette Badger, '28, Elizabeth B game both teams were handicapped1"t --- --
Bright, '30, Mary Kent Miller, '27, by not having the full number of play-
Martha Hernstein, '29, Cynthia Haw- ers for their teams but despite this
kins, '29, Janet Jones, '29, Dorothy they played their game. The next %0
Vestal, '27. round will be played Monday.

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north unit of the group. accommodate thirty girls. These snall
A ballroom with a capacity for 250 houses are considered more beneficial
will be provided on the first floor of to the student, in that they supply
each dormitory. Large living rooms, the home atmosphere.
libraries, lounge rooms, and dining Work on these buildings will start
rooms have been planned with folding in two months and they will be ready
doors so that all may be opened into for occupancy February 1. 1928, ac-
a huge dance and dining hall. The cording to reports given out by Di-
dormitories are to be constructed to rector Bauer.
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In honor of -the 100th anniversary
of the death of Beethoven, March 26,
Elly Ney, above, a lifelong student
of his works, is including the Ham-
merklavier Sonata in her annual
New York recital. She was born in
Bonn, Germany, within a few rods
of Beethoven's birthplace, and is the
wife of William van Hoogstraten,
Seattle, Wash., orchestra conductor.
'Appeal To Alumnae
In Toledo For Funds
Showing the interest in the work
of tIe Women's league among the
alumnae of Toledo, the following let-
ter was sent toevery Michiganawo-
man in that group recently: "Dear
Michigan Alumna:-A gift of $25,000a
will be given to the University of
Michigan league building, provided
the Toledo alumnae can rise an equal
amount byeMay, 1927. Of this amount
to be raised by the Toledo Group, it
is required by the condition of the gift
that $5,000 be raised by memberships
in the University of Michigan league
building, either of alumnae, wives of!
alumni, or undercollegiate age daugh- 1
ters.
This additional $5,000 will bring the
total pledge of the Toledo alumnae
since May 1926 up to $10,000 and will
thereby secure one of the Alumnae
Rooms in the League building for the
Toledo group.
Of the -110 Michigan alumnae now
in Toledo, More than 80 are members
of the League. It is as desirable to
have members, as to have a building
for members. Pledges have three years
in which to be redeemed. May we
count on your co-operation?"
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