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ADVISOR WILL ADI
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fit Answier To More Ihant 254 Request'
Miss Johnson Will help Women
Get Vact I ion Joie;

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TRACK MTEET WILL BE
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interclass track meet,
mod~( from earlier, in theC
will be held at 10 o'clock
m~ni:ig at Palmer Field.
1s and contestant s are ask-
he onl the field at 9:45
c for inlstrulctionls.

SWINS FIRST PRIZE
IN PIANO CONTEST

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PERSONAL CALLS BEST

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. ; Because the advisers of women haveI
received more than 250 requests fromI
E undergraduate women for summer em-1
ployment a serious effort is being
r made by Mis~s Beatrice Johnson, one
of the advisers, to find positionls inl
h Ann Arbor, '~f etroit, and other cities.
Letters have been sent to the Yellow-
stone - Park Corporation, recommend-
ling university women for summer
3 work. An article -has been published
in the "Alumnus", requesting alumni
of the University to give Michigan
women the first chance for any sum-
mer positions which they have to
1offer. "Any help as to specific'sources
of summer employment will be grate-
fully received," says Miss Johnson.
The girls "ivh 'have applied for po-
sitions are willing to do many differ-
ent kinds of wyork. They will serve as
~: athletic leaders in girls' camps, as
play directors of children, as maids,
waitresses, stenographers, and in nu-
mierous other capacities.
Girls with talent -in extra-curricu-
lun activities are desired by the Yel-
lowstone Park Cornoration for sum-
mer hotel positions. College women
are needed for getting up stunts, lead-
~'ing singing, and other work of a spe-
cial nature. This corporation hires
only women. who make personal ap-
plications.
r Written applications and those made
through impebrsonal channels are, ac-
cording to Miss Johnson, greatly in-
'ferior to personae,, applications. Data
based on an inquiry among last year's
graduates shows that the majority
of them obtained positions by apy
aply ng in person.
FORTY DONATE
TO THEATER FUND
Forty contributions to the fund for
the 'rebuilding 'of thie Shakespeare
Memorial Theatre at Stratford, Eing-
land have already been made by in-
dividuals on this campus in tl~ two
days of solicitation conducted by Mas-
ques dramatic society. Gifts to the
:~~fund will be received today for 'the
v. last time.
Names of those~-wh9 contribute will,,
p.
according to plans of the camp.,ign be
sgned and the' scrolls later( bound
and placed in the memorial' library
at Stratford. The campaign is being
conducted throughout the country, and
already more thnn $50,000 has been
received from the various, univer-
sitiesi

Haines Says Two-act
Production Is Best
Instructions and information withj
regard to the technical factors. of the I
annual Junior Girls' play was the
lusiness of a. meeting of prospective
authors yesterday afternoon in Bar-
])our Gymnasium, under the direstion
of Donal Hlamilton H-aines.
. Fifteen soph orrore wom en respond-
ed to the call for playwrights. Dur-
ing the cour.,e of the meeting Prof.
H-anes pointed out some of the fol-
lowing p~oints as essential: the aver-
age boo0k (not including lyrics and
dances) consists of some 50 to 601
pages of ordinary sized typing paper,
double spaced. Authors are requested
to set the names -of their speaking
characters into the center of the page,
andl to underline stage directions in
red ink. The latter should be reduc-
ed to a minimum. A two act musical
comedy was upheld by Prof. H-anes
as the best vehicle for use under
existing circumstances. With regard
to details he advised 8 to 12 songs at
least to an act, and a dozen charac-
ters as'a wise number. Sophomore wo-
men wvho were unable to attend the
meeting yesterday but are interest-
ed in writing either a book or lyrics
are asked to get in touch, with Eliza-.
beth Wellman, '29, Ychairman of the
play, at 3716.
REMIND W OMEN OF
LEAGUE DISCOUNT
University women are reminded of
1the five per cent discount which they
are allowed for any article purchased
at Jacobson's. This discount goes to
the Woman's League but it is not
allowed unless the purchaser asks
for it. It has been noticeable that the
women purchasing articles at Jacob-
son's have not been asking for this
discount and because of this the
League has not been benefitted.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS

Miss Hlazel Hallet
Miss H-allett of Boston, Massa-
chusetts, was winner of the first prize
in piano in the contest conducted by
the National Federation of Music
Clubs in Chicago. She is now in New
York City making records for var-
ious- reproducing ocmpanies. The
contest was known as the National
Young Artist's competition.

Elect New ofZiifhers DANCING SOCIETY I n the music be~ng portrayed by two Besides the drill, trick Horses will
groups of performers; Action Free; !perform and there will be other hu-
For Girls' Glee Club W'~ILL GIVE DRAMVA Slave Market in which differenit tpsinoosfaue;icuiga
of personality such as the ether'eailndspoon race.
jFree movement, graceful costum- the boyish or youthful, and the pet-
At a meeting of the Girls' Glee Club! ing. and beautiful Fhythm will b~e ulant are represented; lRomanc'e, a-
last Tuesday. the following officers: exemplified by the (lance drama at; number, personifying Love. Youth, and $ Patronize Daily Advertisers
were elected for next year: Velma! Lanutern Night, following the Fresh-I Riches,' and a strong scarf dance.
Loyer, '28, president:; Dorothy Long, man p)ageant which will start prompt- I -------------_--
'28, vice-president; Ellen Groff, '28,;Ay at. 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evenilg.jvq i W L H RS
secretary; Anna Cope, '28, treasurer; Orchesis dancing society has ar-~~ TYPEW~RITING
Shirley King,'29, usiness manager;, ranged, under the (direction of1 Miss EXHIBITION SOON rrd'Fse,'8 irra;adJnt umns ftepyia d R. M. ROSS
IMarion fauschard, '28, auditor. ucation department a pormcon- The horse shiow tit .Pegasus is107M no St
Mempbers of the Freshman Girls' sisting of a number of divertisements sosrn il aepae t4ocokPlone 29
Glee Club and the reserve Glee Club! each of which, illustrate an artistic on Saturday, May1 _28,___at___;Palmer___________________
! ilb ie nopruiyt rie.Iout for the University Girls' Glee The episodes of the production in- _
Club next week, at a (late to be an- elude: Freize and Waltz, a movemienit PT-E MEDI UM LARGE HA~T
nounced later. in Dicture form danced to Beethoven's; Fashionable women have been
The Glee Club will sing at the Sen-' Gavotte; "Catch Me If You Can,"a, quick to, recognize the importance-
To~r Sing, May 25 and on Lantern number given by three (lancers; Valtz tor Summer of the medium, large
Right. May 26: I-riste, the two different moods shown liat for town and country wear..
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W.A.A. ANNOUNCES~
COMMIT TEE HEADS
Appointments to the Board of the
W. A. A. hatve b en, announced by
Gladys Appelt, '28, president of the
organization. The board will be com-
posed of the follo~ing ;members next
year: point recorder, Louise Cooley,
'29; intram~ural manager, Miriam
Redding, 2 ' ;. Vgistant intramural
manager, FrAesSackett, '80; hockey
Janet Jones, '29; basketball, Arlene
Unsworth, '28; baseball, Velma John-
son, '29; swimming, Louise Cody, '30;
outdoor. sports,.. Vida McClure, '29;
tennis, F1rances Miller, '29; riding,
Marie Hart-\ig,' '29; publicity, Mary
White, '29; ; davncing, Rose Strausser,
'29. Manager for, track, fencing, ar-
chery, and golf are still tentative.
COLLEGE 1ADMITS
WOMEN TO STAFFI
Although women instructors have
been barred from the University of
North Carolina for the 133 years of
its existence, they will appear in class
rooms next year.. This action willr
be taken because -of the unanimous
vote of the executive committee of
the board of trustees.
Winifred Moore, a Minnesota coed
was recently selected as queen of the
St. Patrick Day exercises.

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