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OMENA H ILIT1l MEN AND WOMEN HAVE COUNCILS F\OR
ITVTLU SELF-GOVERNMENT ON WORLD CRUISE
TO ATTEND S[SSIONS Approximately 75 women, mostly wife entertained the women 'on the
sophomores and juniors, were on the deck and the college women of the
first LUniversity afloat, according to island. The University of Michigan
Mrs. Marian Freeman of this city, who Alumni were hosts to these on the
sailed with the cruise as a member of Full courses are carried by the stu-

MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION WIL L
CONVENE HERE WITH
SCHOOLMASTERS
DEANS ASSEMBLE APRIL 27
Cooperation Of High School And
Coilge Is key Noadte
Of Conference
All women who are interested in at-
tending the conferences of the Michi-
gan Association of Deans and Ad-
visers are cordially invited to do so,
the invitation being issued by Miss
Grace Richards, from the office of
advisers to women. They will be ad-
mitted by student tickets which should
be obtained from the office of the
Registrar.
This meeting is part of the annual
convention cf the Michigan School-
master's club, in conference here
April 26, 27, and 28; the program for
the deans' meeting is limited to Fri-
day, April 27. It consist of a Uni-
versity convocation at 11 o'clock in
1i-0 auditbrtium. ith Gordon Jen-
nings Laing, dean of the graduate
school of arts and literature, Uni-
versity of Chicago, speaking on "Lit-
erature and Leisure."
The luncheon speaker will be Dr.1
Wm. A. Frayer, on "Fre'hman Week
at Michigan, 1927 and 1928." Stu-7
dents who wish to come in to hearI
Dr. Frayer's talk may do so by pre-1
senting their tickets.
The college discussion group will
meet from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock in the
ladies' dining room. Miss Elva Forn-
crook, social director Martha Cook
building, wil lead the discussion on
the subject of "The Orientation of the
High SchoI and the Junior Collegeq
Woman in the Larger School."
Simultaneously, the high school
section will be meeting in room 302,
Michigan Union, with Mrs. Grace C.
Jones, vocational counsellor, Central
high school, Detroit, leading the dis-
cussion on what the high. schools can.
do toward orientation in college.
The general subject and keynote
of the 1928 meeting of the School-
masters conference is "Cooperation of
the High School and College." Stu-
dents may attend all meetings of the,
convention, as well as the deans'
meeting.
The officers of the Michigan Asso-
ciation for the current year are Miss
Grace Riehards, chairman, and Miss'
Florence Riddell, assistant principal,
Flint Central high school; Miss Elva
Forncrook is chairman of arrange-]
ments. The informal reception which
was planned for Friday night at
Martha Cook building, has been given
up in order that all deans and ad-
visers may enjoy the Junior Girls'
play, "For the Love of Pete," which
is being repeated in compliment to
the Schoolmasters' club.
JUNIORS, IMPORTANT!
The schedule for Junior play
rehearsals for next week ha's (
been revised and now stands as
I 'follows: Monday and Tuesday,
3 o'clock, "Love of Pete" chorus, f
in Act 1, and Old Fashioned
Chorus; 4 o'clock, all 'soldiers C
and sailors, and Faculty chorus;
5 o'clock, Sensation Seekers.
Wednesday and Thursday: 7:30
o'clock, the entire cast, all
choruses a n d principals, to
go through entire play.

the musical faculty. The students had
self-government, made up of women's
and men's council, she explained.
Mrs. Freeman reported that the stu-
dents will be able to go to any class
they wish on the 1923-1929 tour.
Women's quarters are separated from
those of the men as they are also on
the hotels and trains on land. She ad-
vises women to take sport clothes,
but not too large a wardrobe. os
things, can be bought cheaply in
foreign ports. Hats are worn most
.of the time on deck and in the tropical
regions.
Teas and bridges were held in the
afternoons after classes were over.
Saturday nights the student held a
dance. The orchestra, composed of
students entertained in many foreign j
ports. At Honolulu the governor's

dents on the cruise. Classes are held
exactly as they are on land, with the
exception of the sciences that require
laboratory equipment, almost all sub-
jects are taught. In botany and
geology field trips are taken at the
various landing places. Mrs. Freeman
says that on this tour, as less time
will be spent on water, classes will
meet more frequently to make up for
time lost on land.
Mrs. Freeman stated that the ad-
vantages one derive's from such Inter-
national university cruise's are in-
numerable. Students have food for
thought for many years afterwards
because he has really seen things that
others read in textbooks. They have
a different attitude towards foreigners
and there is a better understanding of
international problems.}

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SOCIETY

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Teas, formal and informal dances,
and card parties were among the many
social affairs sponsored by the var-
ious sororities during the past week.
Kappa Delta sorority entertained,
Thursday evening at a patron and{
patroness formal dinner. The guestsI
included Professor and Mrs. Hunt,t
Mr. and Mrs. Bacher, Mr. and Mrs.
Meloche, Professor and Mrs. Sunder-
land, Miss Ethel McCormick and Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Cowden.
To Have Faculty Tea
Alpha Xi Delta will have a faculty
tea this afternoon. Those who will
pour are: Mrs. Cyrus Sturgis, Mrs.
W. W. Newcombe, and Mrs. Theron
Langford.
Aluninae To Meet
Alumnae ,and active members of Pi
Beta Phi fraternity living in the state
of Michigan will meet for a luncheon
and program commeiorating their
Founder's day, Saturday, April 28, at
the Michigan Union. Accordi'ng to
Mrs. Ai H. White, who is secretary of
the Ann Arbor alumnae association,
217 acceptances have been received to
date.
Pi Beta Phi will also entertain Miss'
Gail DeWolf, grand secretary, Tizars-
day and Friday of this week. A for-
mal dinner will be given in her lion-
or, Thursday night. As a part of the
founders day program, the Michigan
Alpha chapter from Hillsdale col-
lege will be the guests of this chapter
at an inform-al dance Saturday night.

Apha Chi Omega entertained sev-
eral guests from Detroit at an infor-
mal party Friday evening.
Dormitory Has Tea
Saturday afternoon Betsy Barbour
entertained Mrs. Ruth Hill, national-
ly known interior decorator, who is
at present associated with the Peep-
zel & Company of Detroit. Mrs. Hill
spoke informally to the group and
their seventy-five invited guests on
the use of fabrics and color in the
home. Tea was served during the
afternoon.
Play Cast' to be Guests
The entire cast of the Junior Girls'
play will be entertained at Sunday
night supper by the women of Mar-
tha Cook.
Have Dinner Dance
Phi Gamma Mu will entertain at a
dinner dance next Saturday evening
at Joe Parkers.
Miss Louisa Ridgeway and Miss Ly-
dia Baird, from Detroit, are guests at
the Sigma Kappa house this week.
Alumnae Reunion is Planned
Coming as a relief in the dull mon-
otony of social routine is the Betsy
Barbour alumnae reunion next Sat-
urday. A banquet at eight o'clock in
the evening will mark the climax of
the event. The greater portion of
Saturday afternoon will be spent over
card tables. It is expected that many
of the alumnae will remain until Sun-
day afternoon. Miss Margaret Beck
is cooperating with the alumnae presi-
dent, Miss Esther Austin, in making
arrangements.

PAGEANT REHEARSALS
To START THIS WEEK
Practice Schedules Will Be Posted On
Athletic Bulletin Board
Every Monday
CAST TO BE ANNOUNCED
Announcement of definite group re-
hearsals for the Freshman Pageant
which will begin tomorrow was made
Friday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall at the general meeting of
eligible first year women participat-
ing in the production, incuding those
selected for the cast and chorus parts,
chairmen and members of the respec-
tive committees, and those nurses who
designated their desire to have a share
in the activity.
The schedule for this week's re-
hearsals will be posted on the athlet-
ic bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
ium. It is essential that all those
freshmen women whose names ap-
peared on the list published of those
chosen for the dances of the mythi-
cal pageant observe this announce-
ment carefully and note the time and
place set for the practice of the group
of dancers to which they have been
assigned.
The dance committee, headed by
Frances Jennings, '31, will have the
week's program of rehearsals posted
on the athletic notice board every
Monday, and members of the pageant
dance groups' and cast will be held
responsible for any information post-
ed at this place.,
Miss lone Johnson, physical educa-
tional instructor, who is directing the
dances of the pageant and has assist-
ed the dance committee in selecting
women for the pageant dances and
cast, speaking before the assembly of
freshmen) women, stated that it would
be necessary that all participants be
present at all scheduled rehearsals
promptly and in proper costume.
Practices have been arranged' so as
not to conflict with classes. The pro-
gramhas been made out on the basis
of the free hours specified by each
tryout on the cards filled out by the
eligible freshmen. Miss Johnson urg-
ed that each Freshman woman make
it her responsiblity to plan her activ-
ities during her leisure hours in such
a way that they will not 'interfere
with the rehearsal scheglule. All
participants are expected (to be willing
to devote one hour of each day's free
hours to pageant practices.
The tentative list of tryouts chosen
for the cast of characters will be
cor-pleted by the dance committee be-
l fore the firs;; rehearsal of the cast.

PEGASUS TO HOLD
MEETINGMONDAY
Pegasus, the riding club, will hold
a meeting for the purpose of making
plans for its annual spring riding
show at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Bar-
hour gymnasium. Anne Saylor, '28,
who has charge of the affair, express-
ed the hope that all the members of
Pegasus would make an effort to at-
tend the meeting and help with the
preliminary plans for the event.
All who remember the Horse show
at Palmer field last spring are look-
ing forward to this year's show with
the keenest of pleasure. Since Pegasus
has not stressed fancy riding and drill
recently the show probably will not
include as many features as before.
The program will be more than com-
pensated, however, by the increased
number who are taking an active part
in riding this spring.
T'he Mullison stables own two trick
horses which will undoubtedly be en-
tered. One of them performed in last
year's show.
Considerable riding has already
been done this spring, according to a
report from the Mullison stables, con-
sidering the unfavorable weather for
riding, which has prevailed in Ann
Arbor. The attention of all members
of Pegasus is called once ,m'ore to
the meeting at 4 o'clock tomorrow, in
Barbour gymnasium.
NOTICES
Golfers: Be sure to play your quali-
fying rounds this week. Two nine-
hole scores should be given to one of
the managers or handed in at the field
house, in order to be eligible for,one
of the class teams.

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