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PAGEANT HEADS AREBook ContributionsATHLETES TO ATTEND
Are Requested Fori
A5SflND 'OMIJITSComing League Sale1P'~J Inurin
The delegates will be entertained in
the senior women's dormitory, while M ajor Glee Club To
attending the conference. A very - in
teresting program has been arranged Entertain Freshmen
for them, and several social events
Boolks of all kinds, but mostly sec-
With the appointment of the chair- f a ll kins, bt m o a
. ondl hand, will be sold by the board
men elected Wediesday to their spe- of representatives and Ann Arbor wo-i
cific committees, Freshman pageant; men April 26, 27, and 28 at Newberry
plans have developed more definitely, hall, and April 29 and 30 at Mack's;
Under Margaret Bush as general store, as their contribution to the
chairman, Alice Blome, assistant gen- I Women's league fund. The commit-
eral chairman, will have charge of tee in charge asks that each woman
the properties, dLaura Beall Chipman, on the campus cooperate by giving
finance; Dorothy McKee, costumes; one book or more, text or fiction, new
Esther Pryor, publicity; Virginia Lo- or old, to the rummage sale. All
see, dances; Aileen Yeo, music; Dor-' houses are responsible for at least,
othy Griffith, posters; and Eloise Av-- 10 books, to be collected the first week1
ery, programs.after vacation. .
This will be the fourth year thatI! The committee working on the af-
first year women have produced the fair are: Dorothy Allisgn, '27, gen-t
eral chairman; Margaret Dow, '28,
pageant which is given in conjunc- chairma n; collet Luwi'd,
tion with Lantern Night, for the pur- chairman of collection; LuaindIa
Honwit Laten Nght fr te pr-Sherwood, '27. and Margaret Smith,,!
pose of providing freshman women 'herid,'27 and ra eo 'mith,
an opportunity of becoming organized'27, pricing; and Frances Mode, '27Ed,
and working together in an activity publicity.
Junior Girls' play is of the third year Announcement was made at the So-T
women rosis house of the engagement of e
In the poster contest all freshmen, Mary Barrett, '27, of Lapeer to Sam-T
whether eligible or not, may submit fiel Williams, '10L of Detroit.
posters between the dates May 14 and
16 Formal occasions this spring call
for a trained dress of black georgette
crepe over pink.
German Cast, Scenes
From Medieval Life
Will Feature 'Faust'
With Emil Jannings in the part of
Mephistopheles, Costa Ekman in the
title role, and Camilla Horn, a new
star from a Berlin cabaret, as Mar-FA C L PC
garet, the screen version of "Faust"
will be presented April 20 and 21 in
Hill auditorium for the benefit of the
Women's league. t
The middle ages, picturing aimplel® soft so fin
living, men concerned with magic.0sone
religion and crusades, will furnish the S -5
background for the age-old legend of g
"Faust" evolved into; huge tomes by ; that COTY FAC
Marlowe and Goethe and set to ap- are the suprem
propriate music by Gounod. F. W.
Murnaw, who produced "The Last to nature. Nin
Laugh," was responsible for the film-
ing of.the drama. It is a UFA produc-
"Faust" is a screen epic of im-
portance, according to producers. It
iseartistic, impressionistic, and of
great magnitude. The whole film was:'
taken in Germany and is being re-
leased in America by the Metro- C
jULU 1 111 LL.. L UU l 1 LI lull nave been planned. As guests of the University Girls'
Glee club, the Freshman Girls' Glee:
Michigan will be well represented ryousor the Freshman pageant clubw ill be entertained from 3 un-
Iwill be held from 4 to 6 o'clock,Api
at the Athletic Conference of Univer- 19, 20, and 21, in Sarah Caswell An- til 5:30 o'clock, April 26, at Betsy Bar-
sity Women to he held from April 21, gell hall. Dancing costumes or swim- bour house. Shirley King, '29, is l
s4a oread unva, ming suits must he worn. chairman of the committee.
N. Y. Besides Gladys Appelt, '28, the - This party is an annual event at
officially elected delegate from W. A. Twhich time the freshman women ded-
A., Mrs. Louise Patterson Van Sickle According to the mathematics de-Iahhich theyeh avenwrit-
of the physical education school and partment of the University of Toledo icate the song which they have writ-
i ten to the major glee club. This year
12 other women from the Athletic as- 'women make better mathematicians the freshmen will also give a cantata
sociation will attend the convention. than men. which'hey have prepared for the oc-
Colleges all over the United States prsion
will be represented, and several im- Alpha Gamma Delta announces the ,casion.
portant questions pertaining to wom- pledging of Vivian Retzlaff, '28, of
en's athletics will be discussed. Some Jessie, North Dakota. READ THE WANT ADS
of the more pertinent questions are
the subject of intercollegiate athlet-
ics for women, and the question of
standardized training rules for all"C
college women participating in ath- - C,
letics. Many of the western colleges
have rigid training rules, which have
never been enforced at Michigan.
Members of the conference will alsojScranton, Pocahontas
discuss the question of a standardizedKV
point system for all members of A. C. Kentucky and west Virginia Coal
A. C. W. and will decide whether a
national award in the form of an A.
C. A. C. W. pin should be given to per-
sons who show outstanding ability in
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