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SENIORWOMEN -WILLI
BUY CAPS ANDGI
ACCORDI11NG TO CUSTOM
LEAGUE COMMITTEE RENTS
GOWNS TO SENIORS IN
SEVEN COLLEGES
CIECKS NOT ACCEPTED

JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY WAS ORIGINATED TrI|T
IN 1904 IN HONOR OF SENIOR WOMENFIRSTUAND L B
The first performance of the the exhibition dances and Miss
Junior Girls' Play was given in Johnson's explanation will be first it ABE fuiuio
1904. This is a long history, and on the program.
an interesting example of the brought about the first and last
evolving of tradition and the crea- shrowing of the so-called Union Freshmen Win Game From Juniors
tion of precedent. The play was Opera, "Red Feather." The wom- By One Point While Seniors
originated to honor the senior en put on their own performance Outclass Sophomores
women. It was presented at first the next year.
by two or three junior girls at the The event was already assuming
Senior supper, which was held interesting proportions. This year UNIOR II DEFA T BLUE
much earlier than it is now. It a musical show was given, and
was necessarily a short, very ama- this custom has become establish- The freshman I women beat the
teurish affair, with no costumng ed. The musical is written, played, Junior I in a hard-fought game
worth speaking about, and no and costumed entirely by junior yesterday afternoon. Though the
scenery at all. It was shown at women. The only outside assist- playing was not particularly fast,
-Sarah Caswell Angell Hall for one ance is the director-a role filled it was quite furious, the score be-
night. This was soon outgrown, I for many years by Prof. John 'ing tied at 14 at the end of the
and the play was then put on for Brumm, of the rhetoric depart- first half. The freshman broke the

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CHARACTER SKETCH OF MRS. HOOVER
REVEALS NUMEROUS OPPOSING TRAITS

An unusual
taniety and
scription of
Hoover, since
of the land,
Kellogg in a
Saturday Eve
veals some of
CARNIVAL
CHAMP

Plan Alphabetical Distribution
Avoid Last Minute
Confusion

To

combination of spon- A spirit of youth and zest for ad-
reserve is the de- venture are an innate part of her
Mrs. Herbert Clark nature, according to her friend.
Monday the first lady In northern California where
written by Charlotte Mrs. Hoover spent her youth she
recent article in the was in constant association with five
ning Post which re- grand-parents and it is perhaps
f her characteristics. this fact that is responsible for
the thoroughly entertaining and
imaginative gift for story-telling
that the president's wife possesses.
It is this quality too, that is often
turned ,to entertaining those per-
sons with whom she comes in con-
tact and so endears Mrs. Hoover to
them.
In spite of this vivid imagination
ty basketball teams that is hers, Mrs. Hoover has a very
ight at 7:30 at Bar- practical outlook on life. She came
uum to compete for from a distinguished line of bank-
l cup awarded each ers and engineers, although when
championship house she entered into the higher educa-
eams will be Kappa tional institutions and was urged to
ma and Alpha Xi major in a special curriculum,
f which have come Mrs. Ihoover chose those courses
eason undefeated and having to do with geology and
ting in the finals as mining. At the time this was a
having overcome by great surprise to her parents.

According to a custom which
has been adhered to at Michigan
for many years senior women
in the colleges of Literature,
Science and the Arts, Education,
Pharmacy, Engineering, and Ar-
chitecture, Library Science, andl
the School of Music have rented
their caps and gowns from the,
undergraduate committee of the
Women's League.
Both caps and gowns may bet
obtained from 2 to 5 o'clock from'
Monday, March 11 to Friday, !
March 15. in Barbour gymnasium:
The entire fee for both caps and
gowns will be $10.00, but if the
gown is wished alone it will be
rented for $7.50 and the caps will
be sold for $2.50 each. Collars will
be sold by the members of the
Senior Society at this time and
the different colored tassels for
the members of different col-
leges will also be given out.
Seniors are asked to remem-
ber that no checks will' be accepted
for either caps or gowns and all
women are expected to come pre-
pared to pay their fees in cash.
In order to avoid any rush and
confusion in the giving out of the l
gowns, and, to allow everyone to
have plenty of time to try them
on, the - seniors are asked to come
to Barbour Gymnasium in alphe-
betical order, as far as is possible.
Women whose last names begin
with A through K are asked to
come on Monday and Tuesday,j
those whose names being with Lt

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one night at the Whitney Theatre. ment-and the orchestra. tie at the beginning of the sec- will
In 1909 it was given for more than ovid half, but they could not main- bour
one performance. It was already 4ftain the lead for long. The score the
recognizable as a "play." was very close all through, and it year
In 1915 for the first time in the U IAL IIUIRITI I was only towards the end that it team
history of the Junior Girls' Play EIbecome evident that the freshmen Kap
it was presented outside of Ann were the victors, by the narrow Delt
Arbor. It went to Toledo at the 1margin of one point. The final thro
invitation of the Association of __score stood at 25-24. There was will
Collegiate Alumni. This experi- y w g practically no notable playing, a ri
ment was repeated again in 1927, Penny Cainival will get under though Dorothy Birdsell was high elimi
but this time it was produced in way with a boom tonight at Bar- scorer. team
Detrit t OchetraHal to hel our gymnasium where sorority
Detroit at Orchestra Hall to help and dormitory booths will offer The lineup was as follows: Tb
raise money for the women's their wares for sale all for a pen- Freshmen Sophomorcs the;
League building. ny. Among the most interesting B. Healy......RF......M. Geib is pt
The second change concerns the of the various titles for the booths D. Birdsell LF. M. Cassidy this
founding of a tradition which adds are the "Go To Hell" booth spon- ID. Felske.....JC... D. Berkowitz Tout
monies. The seniors now marchec sored by Alpha Gamma Delta, and M. L. Hersey ...SC. . D. Marshick 1 Th
in a body from the Supper which the "State Street" booth belong- B Loudon..... RG....... J. Coat; I fere
regularly proceeds the first perfo ing to Kappa Delta. Two prizes E. La Rowe ... .LG......F. Bielby Delta
mance of the play. On this occa-wl be awarded, one going to l Substitutes-E. Bates, F. Sackett, held
sion the seniors first wear their idea, and h other theo h M. Stall, Crawford. ss
caps and gowns. The play progress- taking in the most pennies. Judges Though the score of the game pns1
ed steadily until 1919. Then,. be- for the awards will be five mem- between the sophomores I and the Two
cause of the' war, there was a bers of the Physical Education de- senior I was not so close, the game Tau
shortage of both performers and partment, headed by Dr. Margaret I was quite well played. It was only year
funds. It was decided to combine Bell. during the second half that the entr
forces with the men. This decision Upstairs in Sarah Caswell An-, quality of the playing let down a
eligibility are expected to be pres- gell hall will be a Traveling Tent somewhat. There was entirely too
ent, and asked to be on time, as Show, calculated to make the most much pass work. At the end of the;
sophisticated gasp. There will be first half the score in this game too
as notorious a collection of stars was tied at 11-11. Then seniors i
taking part in the several acts as outplayed the sophomores in the
have ever been assembled on the second half, and took the game
I Michigan campus. Five or more with a score of 29-18.
ST PRI performances will be given, each The third contest of the after-
S ~_ nDANCE including three or four acts, the noon was quite uninteresting. The
!first one to start at 8 o'clock. junior II beat the Blues 21-6. The!
M Rir fnrtQor- l ho fir

wo sorori
meet ton
gymnasi
intramura
for the
. The to
pa Gamn
a, both o
ugh the se
be compe
esult ofl

iunation a the otner house
ns which were entered.
.e game will be a feature ofI
annual Penny Carnival which
ut on by the W. A. A., and is
year in charge of Dorothy
f, '30.
*e intramural cup was first of-
d in 1924 when it was won by
a Gamma. The, same house
it again the next year, but
Sunable to gain permanent l
,ssion. by a third victory, asj
926 it was won by Kappa Delta
teams, Kappa Delta and Zeta
Alpha, tied in 1926, and last
it was won by an independ-
team.

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the Damage Fund today.

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VAWV vv~w7, A"AA-l A%-A1 WUA A usi cTor Tine event will oe fur-'
through P will be taken care of on Three types of dancing which W ll, ,it1 playing was poor through the
' ~~~nished by Edna Mower, '29, longawhlgme
Wednesday or Thursday, a n d, will Lbe used in tis year'sFresh- fvriea!afir nwhch ole ___game._
those from U through Z and all man Pageant will be exhibited byhas taken part
women who have been unable to Orchesis today at the mass meet- h Buy an 'Ensian subscription now
come at their assigned time, will ing of the freshman women, to be for $5.50, and you will be sure of
be taken care of on Friday. This held at four o'clock, in the Wom- I LI;'ora receiving a copy in the spring.
is absolutely the last day that caps en's Athletic Building. Miss Ione_________________
and gowns will be given out. Johnson, instructor in physical Well, my dear, the day of the
The reason that this date, Fri- education, will discuss the types as big night has come at last, I mean
day, March 15, has been set as the they are illustrated. .!it really has. The Peiny Carnival, eadie !
last day that seniors may receive Because in past years some girls
theirf caps and gowns, is so that have not tried out for the Pageant lrrived, that is it will probably Don't waste your time waiting
they will all be fully. prepared for because they did not feel able to have arrived by tonight anyway, Your turn for that hair cut.
the Senior Supper, and initial per- do natural or free dancing, the barring any unforeseen earth-
formances of the Junior Girls' plans for the, 1929 presentation in- quakes or something. This will be Call 916
Play, which will be given in their elude two types of folk dancing, as one night when you can really buy
honor, on March 18. This will be well as the free dancing. The first for a penny, i mean you TH EBLUEBIRD
the first time that the seniors will is the free interpretation of the really can, all insinuations in HAIR SHOP
gppear in their caps and gowns. Morris dances, and the second a Toasted Rolls to the contrary not-
o strict presentation of them. Cards withstanding.Iand make your appointment
1 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB I will be passed out upon which Anyway,is tandi
I those present at the meeting will Anywaynthgtrall bi he etsaof
There will be an important i signify their preferences. the evening will be the basletball
meeting of tlie University Girls' 1 The election of the general chair- na and Alphi Xi Delta, which real- MR. BARTLETT
'Glee Club at 4:15 today at the I man and the nine members of the I ly decides quite a vital champion- formerly with the
I School of Music. All members ) general committte will be conduct- ship, I mean it really does, and the J. L. Hudson Co
1 must be present. .ed by the Judiciary Council, which trlimng iet r o, and ti Hu
o conducts all women's elections. a novelty to say the least.
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dustry in eountless ways

" twan L ET S take a minute
or two and see what well gain when
we put in gas heat. Call in the cost
accountant.
.first: No fuel storks to maiutain.
Check off investment, cost of handling,
cost of storage space, interest.
T hen, relative etflieecy. Gas will save
us money here: put a gas flamue right
where we want it; waste no time, no
fuel, in building up to maximum
efficiency. Shut it off instantly when
we're done.
Metter working conditions. No soot,
smoke, coal dust.
Gas is flexible, too. We can Apply it
economically; we can maintain our
temperatures accurately; we can control
it accurately. That'll cut down spoil.
age losses and build up production.
Gas is all fuel; no waste. Every cubic
foot we buy will produce profitable heat.
Let's get that book, "Industrial Gas
heat" from the American Gas Aso.
ciation, and see what other people are

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Below: sales of manufactured gas in the United States for
industr ial and commercial purboses from 1921 to 19283.
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BI LLIONS OF CUBIC FEET
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