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FRESHMAN CHAIRMEN
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Outdoor Spring Tournament To Follow PEGASUS WILL OPEN
Finals In Indoor Archery Competition

G!I1IU U01 111 cII D LnLI f) After the finals in the present, appalling to me. There are not i uII u OLI oUInouUUI
indoor archery competition, plans many other. institutions where the
IA T T tournament similar to the one held carry onhall the sports throughout With the coming of spring, rid-
Ilast fall, according to Miss Ella all the seasons of the year as they ing is once again coming to the
Rawlings, archery i n s t r u c t o r. can here. The women do notfoda fa t
There are four classes in the sport necessarily have to be what we foreground as a favorite among
NTNE GROUPS WILL BEGIN T0 being conducted this semester, and call athletically inclined to take the sports. The weekly rides of
MAKE COMPLETE PLANS the members of the classes have part in these sports. They ought the members of Pegasus, the wom-
IMMEDIATELY already become intensely interest- to form the habit of dropping in en's riding club, will soon begin,
Ied in archery, but it is hoped that at the athletic building whenever and all women who are interested
a great numiber of the women on they have a few minutes or an in accompanying them on these
MISS RICHARDS TO ASSIST the campus who have not been out hour of spare time to bowl, or rides are asked to call Bernice
yet will take part in the archery shoot, or dance-for they could do Cowan, '29, telephone 4018, for
activities this spring,- that there, too, if they wanted to further information. There will
Women Are Urged To Respond As atany time be three groups weekly, Monday at
Soon As Request Is Made Some of the women in the clas- "The students should be their 4:00 o'clock, Thursday at 4:00
es this year have developed into!"h tuetisol bhir40 o'clock, dSthurday at 400,
For Try-Outs excellent archers,"said Ms Raw own incentive to start things, and
ings. "In the spring I hope that we instructors should merely have o'clock.
Members of he Freshman Page- it can be arranged to hold regular to help them along. We do not Pegasus also holds a riding show!
Columbia rounds, and that the want only the women who excell in the spring of every year. The
ant committees have been chosen students can compare their score 'in the various sports; those who show this year will be held Tues-
by the chairmen of these commit- iare only slightly interested should day afternoon, May 21. Girls in-
tees and will begin to function with those madeathe nationial take advantage of the facilities terested in participating in this
immediately. tion holds every year. I- would and opportunities that the athletic event will please call 4018.
The finance committee, with also like to interest some of our - affords, too. and it is hoped that there will be
Uive_ _ _ _ Rd inis hvey opahreonwcampus
Dorothy Birdzell at its head con- University women in becoming !a large tournout.
sists of Jean Goldenberg, Winifred I members of the organization. Some 0. E. Hunt Presents
Gore, Florence Hiscock, Jane Inch, of them have developed fine tech-TA
Thelma Meyer, and Elizabeth Mc- nique in their practices down atj Memorial To League
Dowell. the range in the field house andlRIFLERY MANAGER
Serving on the poster commit- all that they need now is to prac-
tee, under Katherine Ferrin, are tice from differeIt distances. Unusual i its richness is the glass Helen Nichols, '30, has been ap-
Violet Ansorge, Hortense Gooding, "I think that it is fine that the to be used throughout the Women's pointed manager of rifle tourna-
Ruth Otto, Maude Sargent, and intramural department is sponsor- League building. One window in ment by the Women's Athletic As-
Frances Thornton. The programs ing the indoor competition, for it particular, over the landing of the sociation executive board to fill the
will be taken care of by Beatrice is taking advantage of our new main stairway, is large and of office left vacant by the resigna-
Ehrlich, Willena Kalmbach, and range", she continued. "It ought stained glass. It has been present- tion of Irene Cook, '29, who was'
Marjorie Patterson. Donna Jones to excite a large number of the I ed to the League building by O, E. forced to give up the office on
is chairman of programs. women who were only able to just Hunt, of Ann Arbor, in memory of account of ill health.
The last committee which is get interested in the sport during his wife, Hazel Hill Hunt, '07. . This office is especially impor-
concerned with the organization he tournament last fall. This window is made up of three tant at this time as an Intramural
end."of the Pageant ish that of pub- large panels at the bottom and rifle tournament is now in pro-
endiofheageani oepub- here give the new field house is hr s .gress. Miss Nichols will be install-'
licity, headed by Jeannie Roberts. -_________________j three smaller ones above. Looking I ed a etn ftebadi
Working with her are Bernice Gla- Ir at the window on the inside from d at a meeting of the board in
ser and Jean Levy. Miss Grace Managers Welcome left to 'right, the panels depict the near future.
Richards, adviser of women, is in g Gscience, Inspiration and the Arts.
chare ofthes comittes. 4-oLeg~ JL(~ILI I- The central figures are maidens
Hortense Bumpus, Louise Hencz, with others surrounding them
Ruth McIntosh, Pauline Notnagle "Big business welcomes univer- Inspiration is represented as hold- ";:
and Dorothea Waterman, under sity women." This was the key- ing in her hand the lamp of learn- pan-
the leadership of Dorothy Felske note struck in interviews with sev- ing. One of the figures on the pan- "
compose the dance committee. In eral employment managers and
conjunction.with them is the at- business men in Detroit. Women el, entitled Art, holds a palette andw I 4
tendance committee, made up of with higher educations can usual- brush. The colors of the window-
Jocelyn McLean, chairman; Pau- ly find places to work into if they are for the most part deep and
line Bowe, and Gertrude Gunther. are willing to apply themselves. rich-purple, wine, jade.
The members of the costume Even if a woman has had no pre- Throughout the building, even in
committee, of which Sally Ens- vious experience in the business the basement, the glass, above eye
minger is chairman, are Harriet world she will be given a chance level, is tinted, transparent, cathe- ' ... "
Adams, Ethel Bond, Margaret on the basis of her' college train- dral glass in all the pastel shades.
Egert, Helen Musselwhite, Betty ing. The business man is willing The distribution of the shades of;
Nary, and Eleanor Walkinshaw. to bet on the college graduate. the panes of glass is entirely at
Elizabeth Loudon, chairman of "The applicant for a position random.
properties, has as her committee cannot expect to step into an im- According to Mr. Ford, this glass
Bernice Braun, Esther Kirby, and [portant job as soon as she is em- was chosen instead of the opaquc,
Jean ' Leith. The music committee fployed. She must not feel that which is used in the Union, be-
is composed of Margaret Thomp- she is superior and that the world cause it is' more in keeping with 1'-SAINT
son, chairman; Margaret Amendt, owes her a living just because she the feminine delicacy, an attribute
Emily Bates, Elizabeth Gerhard, is a college graduate. She must which the architects have attempt- -PATICKS
and Katherine Sitton. Miss Ione be willing to start at the bottomich th architethe tep-
Johnson, .:instructor , of . physical and work up by degrees. Her train- ed to carry ou i the entire build-
education is advisor of the produc- ing gives her the backgrund and ing. When the sun shines through DAY
tion end of the Pageant of which the chance and it is up to her to the tinted panes of glass, it retlezts j p r+I-g
these committees are in charge. prove the value of her education: va ied patches of color on the floor. 1ViLU5l cUL
The date of tryouts has not yet to herself and the world." There is talk of a memorial win- CARDS
been announced, but every eligible It is only within the last decade dow for the tiny chapel. Th0 has
freshman is urged to respond 'when { that one has heard of women fill- not yet materialized, but if it does
the request is made that the wo- ing executive positions of great it will probably take the place of R
men come to, try-out.importance. The business * world the present bay window.
offers many opportunities and has . 17 Nickels Arcade
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Chinese And American Colleges Are Dramatic Society
Conducted Similarly, Says Chin Chang To Present Play
Mummers will present a one-act
"Chinese colleges are conductedr gan, except that the courses here play entitled "Suppressed Desires"
on the same principles as Ameri- are fuller. In the Chinese college at an open meeting on March 27
can colleges," stated Chin Chang, the students and faculty members at Helen Newberry. The authors
30, Chinese student on the cam-! are kept in closer contact with each of the play are George Cram Cook
pus. Before entering the Univer- other. When class meetings occur, and Susan Glastell.
sity of Michigan, Miss Chang had' every member is expected to at- The play is managed entirely by
her schooling at the Yen Ching tend without fail. Here, as Miss the dramatic society; LeoneLee
University in Peking. Although this' Chang stated, one has a difficult '29, is director, property manager
ranks among the highest of Chin- time finding out when his class is ! is Violet Bidgway, '30, assisted by
ese educational institutions, its en- going to meet! rPolk '32, and on the costume 'cor-
rollment is comparatively small, Although the Chinese students k mittee is Margaret Brady, '30, and
there being only about 700 students, are as a rule serious, they have fun Virginia Trowbridge, '30.
120 of whom are women. This en- just as American students do. This The characters are played by
rollment is kept purposely small by fun consists in the representation ;Leone Lee, Jeanette Dale, and
rigid entrance examinations which of group plays and entertainments. Kathryn Burt, '30.
prevent all incompetent students There are many parties, but danc-
from entering. ing is not the chief mode of en- NOTICE
Miss Chang stated that there is joyment.
no difference in the method of in- The excessive use of cosmetics Saturday morning dancing class
struction in the University of Pe- at the University was a shock to will meet at 11 o'clock in the Wo-
king, and the University of Michi- Miss Chang. I men's Athletic building.

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