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ALUMNAE TO WITNESS
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY,
Alumnae -Night Aids In Strengthening
Bond Between Graduates And
Undergraduates
60"0 T METS AVAILABLE
"For the Love of Pete," 24th an- 1
nual Junior Girls' Play, will concludeI
its week's run at the Whitney theateri
with an "Alumnae Night" perform-
ance tomorrow evening.
The tradition of Alurnnae Nightl
was established two years ago and.
now holds rank with the opening?
Senior Night, and tonight's performb-
ance, known as Formal Night. The
week-end is given over by sororities
to the entertaining of parents and.
alumnae. It is honed in this fash-
ion to strengthen the bond between
the alumnae and undergraduate
woifien.
Not 'infrequently, former partici-
pants of Junior Plays returning on
Alumnae Night are, called upon to
enliven the evening with impromptu
prseentations of popular selections"
from their respective plays.
The play has . received high praise
from local reviewers for its origin-
ality and general excellence of pres-
entation. In addition to the two final
evening perfornances today and to-
morrow, there will be a matinee
show tomorrow. Good tickets for all
performances are still available at
the box office of the Whitney thea-
ter; main floor, $2.50, first four rows
balcony, $2, second four rows, $1.50,<
and remainder, $1.
NOTICESl
The Outdoor club will sponsor af
hike Sunday morning at 9 o'clock.
The hike will be under the direction off
Margaret Ohlson, '30. All those who
are interested are asked to sign the
slip on the bulletin board in Bar-
hour gymnasium.
Freshman Women: Members,
I of the Finance committee of. the I
Freshman Pageant will be sta-

"'BEST DRESSED MAN ON CAMPUS IS
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY LEAD," SAYS JACK

"Miss Maloy is the best dressed very dull.
young man on the campus," said Prof. "I should like to say a good
Peter Munro Jack, after seeing the fcr the make-up, which is never
tioned in reviews. It was all

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men-
very

Wednesday night performance of "For
the Love of Pete." "She has com-
pletely destroyed one of my prejudices
-that women cannot take men's parts..
She ha3 done it well.
"As a whole, I like the play very
much. It was very clever of Miss
Mcwer and Miss Raine to. transform
into such good entertainment some-
thing that was neither musical or'
comic. The high spots of the play for
me were the "Peter Blues," sung by
Miss Maloy, and the "Buggy Song," of
Miss Ackerman's rendition was even
unexpectedly funny. On the other
hand, 1 did not care much for the
wailing of the women, but found it

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well done, Miss Gruber's especially.
As for the direction, it cannot be
praised tcao highly. Much of the suc-
cess, and the smoothness of the per-
formance is obviously due to the work
of Miss Miller.
"I was a little disappointed," said
Professor Jack in conclusion, "in the
settings and the costumes. I do not
mean to say that they were not good
as far as they went. But they were so
unadventurous. In Media, especially,
there was a great deal of opportunity
for elaborateness and brilliancy, but
the settings even here were conven-
tional. The play was very pleasant,
but I should have liked more fantasy."

flt x4 i.V ll J> 6 LLeL at, tLI VIA -tt Sn o t a drbeol ahoe
student to different fields of knowl- send for it, an adorable old fashioned
edge toward which she may feel in- garden hat. Put it on, and all the
dined. In the lasttwoyarsthantiquated riggings that go with it,
stidedn h lasxted two pyeais teand presto! You now represent the
student will be expected to specialize hiking queen of 1861, or perhaps 1908.

FRESHMEN WILL
MAKE POSTERS
With the continuation of the daily
classes in natural dancing in prepara-
tion for tryouts which will be held
April 4 to 6 and the organization of
plans for the poster contest, the Fresh-1
man pageant committee have begunr
work on their program for Lantern
night.
The dancing class' under the super-
vision of Miss lone Johnson, of the
physical education department was at-
tended by more than 50 first year
women at its first meeting Wednesday
afternoon. The main endeavor of the
instruction will be to teach those who
desire to tryout for dancing parts in1
the pageant to develop a sepse of
rhythm and an ability to interpret
music.- Ten successive classes will1
be conducted, being held each dayt
from 5 to 5:30 o'clock in Sara Caswell
Angell hall in Barbour gymnasium.
The' poster contest, which extendsl
from the present time until April 18
offers prizes to the winners of first
and second places and honorable men-i
tion for third 'place. An instructor.
from the Architecture school will be.
judge, and winning posters will be dis-t
played at the installation of officers
of the Women's league elected forE
next year. The posters must he in the
hands of the committee at Barbour
gymnasium on April 18.
Miss Grace Richards who is 'assist-,
ing the pageant committees urges
that at least thirty freshmen submit{
posters and that variety of design
and motif be carried out. The
pageant, with its mythical back-
ground of the Greek story of the
abduction of the beautiful Persiphone

by the god of the underworld and school" and the "project method" al-
her compulsory sojourn in Hades for ready established in graded schools
part of the year, which causes the ,will be used in slightly modified
severity of the winter season, giving 'orm. In the opinion of these educa-
tors, the class room instructors in
way to spring and summer only or
her return to the upper world; sug- modern colleges take all the.initia-
gests that posters may portray the tive, leaving the student mostly pas-
seasons in futuristic design or other- sive, working out his ideas in extra-
wise. Miss Richards further stated cricular activities. This outlet while
that, since the principle lettering on having its advantages deprives the
the poster must. be the wordsstudent of the valuable association
"Lantern Night," lanterns of all with the adult instructor that the
shapes and designs might be used "project method" insures.
rather than limiting the type to the In carrying out the idea of the
Japanese lantern. The hoops whicY "project method" social sciences will
the juniors pass to ;.ne sophomore, be taught by actual participation in
nthe nirshpa toche s opnowlege all branches of community life, while
which the seniors hand to the juniors English will be presented through
ic theLsenrs htoejuiors practical experiences in writing and
in the alo furnishNig processio o reading. In each field of specializa-
p . tion, experience in the fundamentals
Any further information desired e grasped, will be the means of
about posters may be had by calling instruction.
Helen Cheever, chairman of the pos-
ter committee or any of the follow-
ing assistants: Mary Buffington, June COLLEGE MEP
Fosler, Edith Higbie, Dorothy Wilson,
Roberta Reid. will find the Pat
University of South Carolina.- bigger and be
According to a new ruling formulat-
ed here, the number of dates campus 703 Pac
women imay have will depend upon
their scholastic standing. Those with
an average of A may have dates
every night in the week; those with ."""""""""""""""'"""""""""""""".""
an average of B, four night dates a :
week; those with C average, two A Spring Note
dates a week; but those with a D
average are not allowed night dates By
except on Sunday.
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tioned in Barbour gymnasium on
Friday, March 23, and Monday,
March 26, at the hours when
fre'shman gymnasium classes
meet-from .10 to 12. o'clock and
2 to 4 o'clock--to collect the
Freshman Pageant fee of one dol-
lar. All eligible freshman wom-
en are expected to pay this fee.

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TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Underwood.
Remington, Royal.
We have all makes.

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CAS S T H EAT RE
Beginning Sunday, March 18
Prices--Niglits, $1 to $3. Wed.
Mat., 50c to $1.50. Sat Mat.,
50e tq $2.00. (Plus Tax)
Gilbert Miller Presents
HOLBROOK BLINN
Special Return Engagement
"THE PLAY'S THE THING"

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B N S T E L L E
PLAYHOUtSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
Beginning Monday, March 19
A Glimpse Into the Life of Al-
11ost Any American Family
" TOMMY "
GA RRICK
Beginning Sunday, March 18
Jed. Harris' World-Famous
Drama of the Cabarets
BROADWAY
Nights, 50c to $2.50; Saturday
Matinee, 50c to $2
Shubert-Lafayette
Beginning Sunday, March 18
?rices: Nights, 50c to $2.50; Sat.
dat. 50c to $2.; Popular Thurs.'
day Mat., 50c to $1.50
2 GIRLS WANTED
A Comedy of Youth. Romance
and Thrills

orEASTER!
The Printed Frock
When you have selected a printed frock
-Spring is really here! All the bril-
liance of fashion, and the new season,
-are caught in colorful patternings. A
favorite in the wardrobe, prints are as
versatile as they are popular, and equally
as smart at luncheon, tea or bridge.
Priced $19.75
(Second floor)

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Have You Seen Our Display of Our Tasty Sandwiches, Luncheons ax
Easter Candies? Dinners Are Prepared to Satisfy
A selection which will more than delight the We invite you to try a delicious Toasted Sand-
kiddies, or carry the sincerest of your greetings. wich along with one of our Special Malted
Candies of the highest qualities from our own Milks.
kitchens.
Prekete' s
Sugar Bowl
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Pleasant Surroundings Excellent Serv,
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