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FRIDAY, MAY 2b, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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installation of t
Womnen's Leagu
duet held last ni
t nasium. The e
o'clock when th
dinner and the i
were filled with'
ions houses.
The boardc
with the old out
new officers sa
them were seat
of women. Miss
Alice Lloyd and
son, Mrs. Norma
Henderson exeg
Alumni council
miek and Mrs..
the Physical E~
The decorations
palms which c+
the tables.
League Ssui
which was folio
the undergradua
tee. Mrs. Hea~der
future nln of
League building
outtgoing preside
installed the ne
Nutt, '28, new p
ing year ad'cept
of her new 'offl
The new officers
are as follows,>;
'28, vice-presider
'28, secretary, C
corresponding
Holmes, '29, trey
'29.
;DAN]CIN4
Terpischore ai
dance and music

OnrG fDIl[deAgtain [it A ou are[ Seven Are Initiated l NOTICES i for the Junior Girl's
0 'n ut_ _ _ _ _ _LEADRSWILH O Eolotdy tefr
For College Womn en S ays Mis Johnson YILIltLY In M asques Society) the W A. A canoe trip will clock todrgymaiuthe
I nunrdlr'l livery at .0ocokti Baseball games schedu
nATInhOrT gUIIt1H!IN fo afternoon. E.veryone who w~ould like are as follows: at 4 'clo
A i~t tfo l is i onc nfligotteretac ad Srn r-usfrMsus og must sign up uin I3arb3ourgy-OmavsDetZt;t
______Lionih he mythical 'career' for col- lst year more than~ one-half of the ____ men's (dramatic society, held last 'Wed- nasium. The sheet will be taken downl vs. Zone :3, Alha Xi Del
ttneInt l egeion wcmcn,'L says Mss Beatrice Joe-; t ~it In lrtatcmlctinna eesday afternoon resulted in the elec-,at noon. jPhi; at 5 o'clock Alpha
AtAtende Insalotiothon, oneofihe avise ofofwomen.1ention ofme atheis followingn rdewomencomtocaions-ayDonald o thamiltonn womn tomees Doildlamtalk'HinvswiKatapa. Deltaa Dl andnd
IedLs NgtA "Girls are fundamentally anxious to mentioned a definite proession which avoidedl in the line of march of the bershiip: Shirley King, '29, Addison togrsieetdinwtigahkIvsK paAhaTt.
ia xniisuiObtain a sound, broad education, but~ they planned to follow after gradua-'LnenNih eemneMa;4 Pellitier, '28, Lillian Setchell, '4, Sar- - ---____________
in t.heir hierts they plan to even-)Lion. Teaching poe to be the mtost meigo all th ie n h ineai onine, '28Ed, Elaine Gruber, '29,
)ERSON SPEAKS tui'hvteionhoechlrnpvd leaders selected for the occasion waill Blossom. Bacon, '0, andI Ruth Fine,j
adhsns"-'popular vocation, being named by ap- be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at t
twomen attended the This opinion is held by Miss John-!poiaeyoefut faletrn amrfed twihisrcina Initiation of all the new members +,tj
1women. The number of those who ex- to duties and practice will take place. wl aepaea 'lc nTus
the new officers of the son1 in spite of the fcct that registra- 1 pect to teach can not, however, be Settr will besaetn lah aM ac26 at the'clckBeTaPihuse.
e at the annual ban- ion cards in the adviser's office show! accurately determined, according toerrnigpalelttesretndMqussasonchge fth1I
ighttatat teWaterman tht gym-as thatofate leastwo haltruniofpatheelwomthentwho adJohnsons aforincmanye owthe plan[ on li
reoybgna :0enter the University have a definite teacingcaie the mnd tpayng field. Grops mayI campaign to raise funds for rebuild-
remoy bean a 5:3 1 eachng cange, teir:mind aftr .
e guests sat down to idea Cf what they want to d4 after i enteringcoee.ad ayotrs gather wherever they will have sup- ing of the Shakespeare Memorial The-A
many logwietbeardain Udutdyte il r hoa eitainaeudcdd field will be cleared and roped off for burned last year. All this week the «+ '
iwomen from the var- sincere in their plans ,foraprfs later join the ranks of teachers. tepeetto f'h rsmnp-mmesaeslctn otiuin
sion, " said the adviser, "1but they do "In the past," remarked Miss John- gheapnt h anco efrelhcmean -mmesae oiiigcntiuinW
ofdrcostgtenot intend to follow a career all their soneaeahi. wsThe mostrs ladylikedwn at a desk located in the lobby of the "
ofdrcos oehrso,"ecig a h os ayiethe hill from Observatory street as in Main Library. According to thre plans ='
tgoing officers and the lives. In most cases they will work fo and cultured position for a college former years.I of the campaign, which is being con-weru
at at one table'' With a few years and then marry." woman to fill. In spite of the many' Then the Lantern Night ceremony ducted throughout the country, all Fx'
ted the thre advisers Government statistics show that. new fields which have been opened to wilflo stemi vn ftetoewocnrbt internms'*'"'3 1
Grace Richards, Miss ninety per cent of the women in the omen since the war, this' tradition evnn'Rrgawe h eiro col hc ilb on a
d'Miss Beatrice John- nIedStates eventually become!j has carried on, and girls follow the woengo poutami nto the wienide ndscrpl c i ll eoal latry+d E
i. Mansfield, Mrs. W. D. home-makers. The woman's bureau at! line of least resistance in planning world,"o handino theeighednerndStaedi h eoillbaya
utive secretary of the Washington, D. C.,r'eently issued re-;'to teat." to the jnos h aso hi oet'n$000hsbe o~
juirwops nter Mr.ta 5,0 a enclet h sI, Miss E~thel Me.Cor- ports which show that American w- Journalism and library work are flowered hopaoth ohmoee nth aiusuiesiiso
Joh1n V. Van Sickle of men not only are homemakers but alsoi also favored vocations among ente- cas hAl omopto hesmredn the campous mayicountryetoodate.
Mucation department. in miany cases do work outside of home1 ing womren, acording to the regis- participate in the event. Each class j it
f~r he anqet erein order to help support the family.j tration cards. Among the numerous X1 c
ompletely surrounded For this, 'eason, it is evidently nece- other fields of work which are open, will form a line four abreast, the senl- facing thesnos wt'h rehe I
fo h aqe eesary that every woman have trainingI Michigan women show no strong prf- ir onignx otegt nt~floigte.Lnen n o or we makze it good wihotc
hospital side of Observatory street, will be distributed there and tec
,r2,treasurer of the in some vocation, so thiat besides main- erenoes. with the sophomores folowing them. march will proceed, the seniors with Th uto fsednLGfstoGau
Wed thean report o pto the frami in nes.aronhe ailaAdertser The juniors will line up at the gate, their lighted lanterns leading. now been extended by general accord to
ate campaign commit- -___________________-_______-___ those in the lower classes who have maniet
ron then spoke on the cient industry to pass their final exams.
,te League and the I To know what to give, one needs but obs
g:. Evelyn Murray, '27,' students' own expressions of preference fr thi
nt of the League then C lamo yean~t ,,g Duofold Pen and Pencil
ew' officers and Bettyl Rnythm, H r o y Pepsdnfieteomii1a To have earned the favor of the ourger get
eienf the coposbiiie-sI i is our reward for serving it with studied pes
ite in a short speech. Diancing and terest. We have lifted the frowns from stude
s ,for the coiming year ( { among others] by giving the world a w~tingI
)resident, Betty Nutt, /to I are inspirations to work with and beauties to
it, Margaret Hawkins, B BAllTI7 U l htherinfor rauaonn,oirthday'orh
Cynthia Hawkins, '29, B B CR Z TSiAE HO S airn t u pi ,I Allethoeri for ofuaton irthyor Vg
sertr, Florence C T OLA E H U Eiii I' Gifts, or for prizes at Bridge r Golf -will si
nsurefretBetty Smither, C T O PICKERSI stepping in to the nearest Parker pen tunt
' - first thing to look for is the imprint,"Geo. S.I
Wed., 8:30 to 1 1:30 Fri. and Sat., 9 to 12 Spring time is always redecorai g time. The wood- on the barrels. Then nobody will be disap'
IS TO GIVEWac th Drm e work and walls should assume an air of cleanliness and l Duof olD, wfoU0 Peil o mtc the Pns
a NUMBERS TeBgPvloWimr aecheerfulness TSH PARKR PEN COM4PANY- IAN EMVLLE W1
end Euterpe, muses of We a'l oyou inrid n .
Wchvebe nvkd are ampy prcpared to aid and advise you or Nd ~u

play at 4:00
t parlour of
sled for today
wck Alphia Chi
Couzens Hall
Ita vs Pi Beta
Epsilon Iota,
Sigma Kappa
ates has "
include
red suffi-
erve the
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nerationi
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par tlv,.t
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;gnify bz
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pointed.
size. $4
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by the members of Orchesms in produc-
!Png the dance drama to be given for
the first time as a part of Lantern
Night. With the perfect setting afford-
ed by the wooded hills at Palmer field
and the black curtain forming a back-
ground in contrast with the white
costumes of: tlie dancers, artistic ap -
peal as well ,a, usical and aesthetic
beauty will be lent to the production.
Bleachers, arranged in a semi-cir-
'c have been planned to permit the
audience to~ see from all' pints the
whole sequence of events.
S'peaking of the dance drama, Dr.
Margaret Bell, professor of physical
education said, "While the perfor-
mances will not be pretentious, yet it l
is a beginning for the development of
a traditional event for Michigan wo-
men' which will give an opportunity
for expression not only of dancing but
also musical and artistic ability. I feel
tbat this year's program will be very,
satisfying to those who have been
looking' forward to such a production."
Other colleges have for a number of
years featured a (lance drama as an
important part of their activities for
'women. At California University it is
called the Parthienia, and is an elab-
orate, beautiful event, the themes,
music, and dances being originated by~
the women themselves. Wisconsin U.n i-I
versity Ihasn': aWomen's Week-End;
'"Swing Out";' orresponding to our
Lantern N~gt't parade, at which Mor-
tar B~oard is announced and the senior
torches, hank4il , t(, the. juniors, which
1,, followed ;*by a 'group of short (lance
numbers given in the open air theatre
by about this ty *men.
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