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SUNDAY, MARCTT71-, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DEAN GIDIHSADITOR IUM WITH CAPACITY of 680
6ILOESLEEY ADDED TO NEW LEAGUE BUILDING

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Barntard IDeani's Interest
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LET R ILB T41 Dean Virginia Croebieron Gilder-I
sleeve of Barnard college, who w ifl
speak at 4:15 o'clock Monday at Nat-
ural Science auditorium on "Inter-
national Friendship through Univer-
sity Women," is a firm believer in lib-
eralism in American colleges. In
keeping with this belief, she foste>r , an
interest in international affairs among
students at Barnardl. The students
carry on active work in this (irection,
such as Russian relief work, while
ilfiterest in piolitics is 'shown at, Barn-
ard to such an extint that one year
some of the women gave stump
speeches bearing on the current polit-
ical issues.
Dean Gildersleeve, who was born in
New York city;' was graduated from
Parnard college in 1899. She receivedl
her M.A. from Columbia in 1900 and l
her Ph. D. from thera in 1908. She is
a member of Phi B~eta Kappa. She
was president of the International
Fedleration of University Women in
1926-1927. Since 1911 she has been
dean at Barnard.

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PROPOED.TEATR FORLEAGE.BULDIN
rp H 1audtorium properh of the nrq w cony, withreveiy seat commanding a
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Biasketball BanvquetSNI
Tro Be Held Tuesda-Ny
IThe first banquet to he held in the CAPS
new women's field house will b)e
servedl at 6 o'clock in celebration of Beginnir
the close of the ] 1928 . basketball sea- grdut
sn. At this time the all-star basket- Women's
hal] team will be announced. senior wo
Thle speaker-s for the evening are: erature, S

Alis Louise Ilodgson and iyrs. Louise
P. Van Sickle, of the physical educa-
tion deopartment. Guests will be Dr.
MIVargaret Boll and Mrs. Bell, Miss
Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Beatrice W. John-
soea, Miss Grace Richards, and the
p~hysicai education staff.
'Tickets for the banquet may be oh-
iainedl from Arlene Meilman.
with the audience may be carried out.
Accompanying the auditorium are
dressing rooms and large committee
rooms where the women's glee clubs,

mnacs, al
School o1
for gradu
gowns is
man must
tore she
this feev
tual rent,
remaininb
$2.50 char
$2.50 will
The pol
League rf

RS USOBTIN International House In New York. Wins
un fflhAlIOApproval And Praise of Miss Richards
A ~u 1IUYI~~ O~~ International House, established in occasion, which was one of cordialI
1925 through a gift of John D. Rock- exchange of good will."
ing tomorrow the Under- e'eller, Jr., has won the interest, and An interesting note is found in the
Campaign committee of the praise of Miss Grace Richards, ad- l pictorial booklet which the Houle
League will rent to the visor to women, who was a guest circulates. It says in introduction:
omen of the colleges of Lit-ter on her return from, the con- "I open my doors to the students of
scien(,e,anthArsPa- veniton of deans of women in Bos- the world that they may live to-
mld Architecture, and the ton, F'eb. 27-March 1. gether and grow in understanding,.
IEducation caps and gowns "What was regarded as an experi- .. I am a house of echoes. What
aation. The rental of these ment in 1925 has more than justified of Love, Friendship and( Understand-
ten dollars and every wo- itself," Miss Richards stated, "and ing my friends sing into nme, will
;t pay this fee in cash be- Mr. Rockefeller has recently given a come back to them."
receives her gown. Half of second international house to the -
will be charged for the ac- University of California." The buildl-
al of the gown, while the ing is situated on Riverside Drive, ,
g five dollars will cover a beyond Grant's tomb, and overlook: JUNIORS' PLEASE NOTICE
urge for the Mortarboard, and ing the Hudson. It can accommodate TheniecsofteJir
1).efned,00 residents, a certain per cent of c fhvng"teWmns(Gir~ls' Play will meet at 2 o'clock
hey f hvin theWomn'sAmericans being accepted and the tdyi aaCselAgh
outseio gwn t te o-rest consisting of students from all Hall
beu mone yar enwha view (2oreign countries.
guneylasrtheearwth gu There are two wings, one for the
Ten dollars was then me and one for the women, with

dramatic organizations, .anddbtn e a
committees will find ample opportun- to raising
I ity for carry~ne on their workd. A { building.

jmoving and still picture booth- will charged but there was no money ro-
be a feature of the auditorium, funded to the women.
The hall is so arranged that; The gowns will be given out all
when a campus theater is built and (luring the week and they must be
the stage is no longer required, the procured at this time since there will
theatrical p~art may be removed and he no later distribution. The gowns
the concert and lecture platform re-j may be obtained in the parlors of
tained. This will enab~le the placing Barbour gymnasium.
of 1:)0 or 209 se,-ats, and its use for _____________________
flectures.
HER IHOPE COLLEGE.-Members of theA

comm'on parlors, dlining room, and
theater. "The life is most interest-
ing and colorful," M\iss Richards re-
marked. "I arrived just in time for
tea. The Near East group were re-
ceiving; simple decorations and mu-
sic added to the atmosphere of the

Women's Literary club gave a Leap
year informal party Feb. 29, at which
the girls lplayedl escorts to the men.

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