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THE MICHIGAN

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iiUMainn r Dr. Bell Sees Convenience As Greatest
-rnni r~nn oi Advantage Of New Women'sField House

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"The princinal virtue of the new Mirrors and wash basins will be at
fieid house," said Dr. Margaret Bell, the end of every row of lockers, and
in an interview recently, "is that the on this floor will also be found sixty
terrible rush and tear the students showers with individual control.'
now experience in dressing will be On the next floor, the main riim is
eliminated. The inconvenience of a big lounging room. Opening off
dressing at the Barbour gymnasium, { this by French doors, is a terrace,
and then W alking several blocks to t welvey f e tchbo v rs, eslat e
the athleti'c field, as is now necessary, thle tfe Thisethe ae ,ft e n
shoten th tie lft oractual play athletic field. This terrace, twenty
shortens the time left for al play.1 feet wide, and seventy-six feet long,
and does not allow for leisure or wl ecvrdwiha wig n
comfort. With the new field house will be covered with an awning, and
however, all facilities will be near at will form an excellent spectator gal-
hand, and the students ought to have Iery. On the other side of the lounge
time to take a shower, dress without room, will be the W. A. A. room with
the necessity for fearful haste pass an open fireplace, and more informal.
upstairs, and rest in the lounging furnishings than those in the lounge-
room before going on to classes." room. On this floor there will also
Dr. Bell went on to describe the be a kitchen opening off the W. A. A.
plan of the building. The student en- room, dressing rooms for the physi-
ters the ground floor, and finds the cal education majors and faculty,
service room, with a matron in charge officers check rooms and first-aid
immediately on the left. The locker {rooms.
rooms and booths arestraight back. The building which will face on
,North University Avenue, will have
a handsome exterior. It will be of
NEW COMMITTEE dark red brick and white stone. White
HEADS APPOINTED pillars will guard the front entrance.
"In no sense will this take the
place of Barbour gymnasium," said
New appointments have recently Dr. Bell in conclusion. "Each will
been made for the various positions continue to have- its own function.
pertaining to the office of the Wom- The gymnasium will be for the more
an's League and the following women strenuous indoor sports, while the
have received appointments: chair- field house will be like a sports club
man of the Point system, Helen Haw- house, with space on the ground floor
kins, '28; chairman of house organ- for bowling, rifle, archery, dancing,
izations, Evelyn Ogburn, '28; chair- and fencing."

FINAL DATE SET Complete All Plans
FOR PLAY BOOKS' For European Tour
September 1st has been set as the
final date for acceptances of books Final arrangements have been madel
for the 1929 Junior Girls' play acco- for the combining of the Michigan
ing to announcement by Elizabethfo th cmbngofhe ihga
Wellman, '29, chairman of the play. group of women planning to take the
An urgent plea is also being made European tour sponsored by the Open1
by the chairman for interest among i Road with other small groups into an
sophomore women in writing books Intercollegiate Unit. This will be
for the play. 'It is imperative," she headed by Miss Gordon Dawbarn, field
stated, "that we receive a good num- secretary of the Open Road. Betty
ber of books in order that the coin- smi ers, '29, Helen Brown '29, and
mittee may have a wide range of mate- Phyllis Richards, '28 will accompany
rial to deal with." All women plan- this group from Michigan. The sec-
ning to write books for the play dur- ond trip selected by the Michigan
ing the summer Are requested to }group, including England, Scotland,
turn in their names to Miss Well-|Belgium, France, and Switzerland, will
man at Helen Newberry residence be-'be carried out, the party sailing June
fore the close of the semester. They 25th.
may also obtain information and par- Miss Beatrice £ohnson, of the office
ticulars regarding the form of the of advisers of women, who was spon-
play itself from Donal Hamilton soring the tour for Michigan women,
Haines, who assists in the production reports that six names have already
of the play. / been placed on the waiting list, pro-
All manuscripts are to be forward- vided Michiganais fortunate enough to
ed by the closing date to Elizabeth 'obtain a trip again next year. It isl
Wellman, 2053 Iuka Ave., Columbus; hoped that through the publicity of
Ohio. this year and reports of the three
Iswomen who are going Michigan will
DORMITORY WINS be able to speak for an entire party
of thirteen for the summer of 1928.
OVER PI BETA PHI
Martha Cookwn 9 ANNOUNCE NEW OFFICERS
Mart'a ookwon a 9-8 victory
from Pi Beta Phi in the decisive game Mumners dramatic organization an-
of tournament B yesterday. The game
was materially slowed up by the lack nounces the following officers for next
of back-stops. Good batting was a year: president, Ithmer Coffman, '28;
notable feature of the day's play, but vice president. Dorothy Long, '28Ed;
work in the field was poor. -au t hBanfield, 28Ed;

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TODAY IS DATE
FOR HORSE SHOW
Pegesus, the riding club among the
women of this University, now plan1
to hold the horse show which was to
have been given last Saturday, today
at 5 o'clock on Palmer field. The
events will be, drill, form, egg and
spoon race, jumping and musical
chairs. There will be trick horses as
an added attraction. Mr. Mullison!
hras donated his horses for the event
free of charge.

Money From Annual
Swells League Fund
The Women's league building fund
was recently the receiver of another
gift toward its final quota. Helen
Newberry gave $135 to the fund. This
money was raised by the house an-
nual which was written by the women
living in the dormitory and sold at
enough profit to enable the gift which
was given to the League.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

- The Sports Mode Is Fastidious This Season-
The gay print, the washable silk and the fiat crepe in blues,
greens, yellows and black-and-white lead the list. The novelty
Cardigan sweater is a part of each well-ordered wardrobe. And
Sports Costume Jewelry that matches is a most important accessory.

RUBLEY SHOPPE
"In the Arcade"

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man of undergraduate campaign fund.
Elsie Murray, '28; chairman life mem-
bership drive, Marie Hartwig. '29;
chairman of league bazaar, Jean Mc-
Kaig, '28; chairman of social com-
mittee, Ellen Groff, '28; chairman of
junior advisors, Mary White, '29;
chairman of advisors for entering
upperclass women, Josephine Norton,
'28; chairman of candy booth, Laura
Jocelyn, chairman of vocation guid-
ance Margaret -Hawkins '28; chair-
man of world fellowship, Dorothy
Mac Eachron, '28.

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show,
Senior
$64.66;
paperi

A. penny carnival, $100; style
$93.35; miscellaneous $86.27;1
society, $70.35; Morrill's,
Woofie dog sale, $4f.02; typing
sale, $26.40.

tournament, $350; bazaar tea room,1
$236.92; sophomore class, $231.61; Students of Journalism at the Uni-
Newberry Residence $138.76; Christ- versity of Minnesota will have an op-
mas cards $124.09; book rummage portunity to go to Europe this sum-
sale, $120; Ann Arbor maps, $104.82; mer.
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WE SERVE BREAKFAST,
LUNCHEON and DINNER
Short Orders from 7 A. M. to 12 P. M.

COMMENCEMENT
WEDDING
BIRTHDAY
GIFTS
at the
Mary Louise
GIFT Shop
In Nickels Arcade

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Flowerday's Flowers
FOR THE GRADUATE
Wedding Bouquets and
Accessories
Decorative Palms and Ferns for
the House Party

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Store:
Nickels Arcade
Phone 7014

Greenhouses:
1400 Traver Rd.
Phone 8807

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SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER ON SUNDAYS

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frocks suited to the needs
of summer time.
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"Out of the way, but
less to pay."
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in the Summer Wardrobe
The tub silk frock, because it is so essentially
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