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April 22, 1927 - Image 5

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FOR ..FI1 CNR1I. ,Lb111 .,L ___3. 1
IIINIITMRI 111111'Holyo ke Presidentl
All irstYearWonen My Copet Michigan women living in D~etroitj
will meet for their annual luncheon
In Cntest For P geaint Story
Based On Greek llytli 1 to be held at 12: 30 o'clock, April 30 1
________at the Statler hotel. President Mary
EXTEND POSTER C'ONTES+T Xooley of Mount Holy oke will be
V________th guest of honor and will speak
Urging freshmen womten to respond! upon "Education for Women" WithC
to the financial drive to be held Mon-,I special reference to the discussion of
day gynd]T'uesdav, Laurabelle Chiji..I President Clarence Cook Little's views

Reassurance that education is not;
cut and driedt and but new ideas are'
being constantly tried out to make
it suitab~le to everybody's needs is

~DISCUSS COLLEGE MiN 4chigyan 'Glee Club_
-NL-ONENIO To Present Concert
unions of alumnae of different col- A t N esleyan Colleg~e
leges, or state andi.sectional meetings.;
Mrs. WV. D. H-enderson gave a talk
on the League building at the luu- In conjuinction with theinemberfl)Os

will be hield
- Wednesday's


cite by rs.A T undrlan piesi chen fr .Mchian aumne. - ' 'All members of the 1'nii veri iy Gfirls'
citof yhe Asn A.rbo Snrlad reibhrnfr gan alumnae, of th(cwomen's glee club at NWeslcy anu lecu hoegigtoOi tt
den ofteAnAbrlrnho h formal dinner attended by 5Cve- Clleg. th MicigabGirl'oGlerclbg4.n0g'1'- Oh.ioiat
A. A. U. W. as the principal value I olgte Tcia irsC lbwill meet at 4:30ocock today t t
of the fifth annual convention of:rlabasdrsfo frinsOU will be heard in a concert tomiorrow ,S(-hool of Miusic.
American University women which ;tiries was devoted to dilscussion of itin- ighit at Delaware, Ohio, in iiWich Tryotsfr rshanpgen, wl
was held March 30 to April 3 at the. ternlationial problemis. Speeches were TrottfrPuicy agatwl
C. yloA bout el in800h ngwom en' elattendedm . A natheg - t eyiillksesel t reofoutNorw ahoyC. Aand 8 0bymen at end d t e!siclellctionsay, aandy eaW1sele tias a donele anone ou th .
convention, a cording to Mrs. Sunder- Gildersleeve. lassical nu-nbers of a serious natni c
land, the most eminent of which were Althiough the convention was pr11i 1 nemnld wt ul~
}{ ill nemige it olg
?Miss Mary V. Wooley, president of l anily a businceis' affaircitlwaslent o gs
Mount H'olyoke college, and newly j With s t1YiCysca apcs~n~.' "'
electe presdent f theA. A.U. W I's erbert Hoover gave a luncheon lconpan ied by Mliss Nora Grane F i I' -i

man, treasurer of the pageant, an-

upon the same subject.

nounced the plans to be carried outI Reports of the year's work of the
by the finance committee at the mass Detroit ahmninae will be given at this
time and it is anticipated that a new
meeting yesterday afternoon in Sarah fledge for $10,000 for the Women's
Caswell Angell hall. Solicitors will' league building will be underwritten,
be in the basement of Barbour gym- exclusive of thre work being done by
nasium and will canvas the sororities,, the Detroit men.
leaue ouss, an domitrie, fr ;Mrs. Shirley Smith, national chair-
the fee, of '41 duing the two days of man of the alumnae council, Mrs. W:
the drive in an effort to reach the goal, D. Henderson, and Miss Alice Lloyd
which is set at $175. will attend, and Miss Emily Sar~gent,
Miss" Janet Cummings of the phy-I presidlent of the Detroit group will
sical education department explained prsd.AnAbrwmnwsigt
the plot of this year's*- pageant, stat- I attend may do so byprhsn tick-
ing that all first year students wheth- ets whichy will be on prsalianheA
er eligiblge or not would be permitted I A. U. W. meeting Saturday at Alum-
to c'ompete in writing the prologue.
The theme will center about the story c_________house.___
of Atlanta, a. mythical Greek heroine,!
notedI for her swiftness of foot, whmoa CLASS BASEBALL

and Miss Virginia C. Gildersleeve,4 in her home for the delegates, and:I Hunit, the ,director, andl Mrs. Kent 1i1-
dean of Barnard college. The dele- the convention 'Was entertainedl at lr. the Glee club will leave Ann Ar-
gates from Michigan were Miss Al ice George Washington university and i bin at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning,s
Lloyd, Adviser of Women, Mrs. M. receivedl iy President Coolidge oni; andI will make stops at both Toledo
Winkler, Mrs. Hugh Feeler, Mrs. E. the White H~ouse lawni. and Marion, Ohio. While at Wesleyan;
B. Sunderland, and Mrs. W. D. H-end- --- College, the club will be the guests of
erson.I School girls in San Diego, Calif. the Choral society of Delaware. TWhey'
"Most of the discussion centered oan make their own radio sets. will leave for home. at noon Sunday.
college problems," said Mrs. Sunder-
land, in explaining the procedure of
the convention. Every morning com-
mittee reports were read, dealing1 Taking Pictures Is Lot of Fun
with such matters as recognition off
small colleges and teachers' colleges uT Do '
which had applied for membership, but Let Us Ig Your
maintaining the standards in colleges
already members, and international'
relationships. A legislative program Developing and lPrintin g
concerning opportunities, opportuni-
ties of foreign students and AmericanSevc
students studying abroad, child labor, QuickSevc - Satisfactory 'Work
and the economic status of women1
was also discussed. t
Luncheons took the form of re- lj11tc l1I"4"t ~t.l- { I 'Y

-. %_/ JLV kj L NXF A, 'U. I NPA 1_.

challenged the young athletes to a BE- G INS TUESDA4 Y.t~
race promising to marry the one who'
outdistanced her. The dances will bel
representative of various ancient! Interclass baseball practices will
athletic contests. Chariot races andI begiin officially next week. Everyone
wvomen wearing Greek costumes, th'at is interested is asked to meet at
playing with balls will be featured, 4 o'clock Tuesday at Palmer field to
and a grand recessional will conclude begin practice and to elect team man-
the pageant. agers. Due to a late start, the base-
The poster' contest has been ex- ball season is short,. and it is import-
tended to all women ,on campus siuge Cant that people attend practices, reg-
the pageant is a part of Lantern# ularly on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Night; accordi g to Dorothy GrffthI Junior and senior practices will be
chairman of the poster committee. at 4 o'clock, and freshmen and soph-
Those in charge of the costumes omores will practice at' 5 o'clock.
asked that anyone having' any new .1
aild appropriate ideas assist the comn Miss H-elen Thompson is the only
miittee by contributing them.f woman member of the Wisconsin Leg-
Final tryouts will be given this islature.-
afternoon from 4 to 5:30 o'clock but
by special permission women whoJ Horesback riding is -a new sport
cannot appear: at this time will be for women at Ohio State.
given an opportunity to try out next I____________
week. 'One-fjfth of students at- Oxford are
- ~ women.,

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