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TIU GDAY, MARCH 28, 1920


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A N a F iOLPLANNEWomenDProminentDn Campus Activities oNew Gifts Received
UCHEIS, GLEE LUB Are Nominated For President Of League iItLA L IU1 For League Building
MAKE FR THER PLANS 'ALL _A NOW gifts received by the Alum-
m n ^ 1i .n_ OB ~-~INTALI nae office for the equipping of the




Cycle Of Program Passes From
Primitive Chant Down To
Modern Sophistication
Plans for the preparations of the
joint program of Orchesis and the
University Girls' Glee club, to be
given Saturday, May 4, at the open-
ing of the Women's League build-
ing, were discussed at a meeting of
both societies last night in the
It was announced that the pro-
gram would consist of two very defi-
nite parts, the first of which will
be a series of numbers represent-
ing certain epochs of the voice
and the dance, which have been
worked into a cycle, from the pri-
mitive period, when they both or-1
iginated togethel', down through
the various periods of sophistica-
tion, and formalism. The second
part of the program will consist of
different numbers members of Or-
chesis have interpreted and have,
worked in their meetings. Some of
then will be taken from the two
laboratory exhibitions, one of which
was given last night, which the
two groups, old members, and in-
itiates have been, working on, and
have presented before the mem-
bers of the society.y
This combination of the vocal]
music of the glee club, and the
dance numbers of Orchesis, is a!
most.natural and pleasing one fori
at the beginning of almost any
civilization these two arts have
grown up side by side and although
i our own day they have becomef
separated, they still may be united
easily, and each adds to the others'
The cycle of the dance, and song,
that is to make up the first part'
of the program, for the night of
the opening of the Women's1
League building, will go from a
primitive chant, and simple dance,'
to the dance during the Greek
period, when the chants were reg-
ular parts of the tragedies, and the
dances. There will also be a num-
ber to represent the period whena
the church had so much more in-
luence on the dance. It was dur-
ing this period that the carols or-
iginated as accompaniments of
the dancing and dramatization of1
the different incidents in the life
of Christ, and the lives of the
saints. This type of dance de- 1
veloped into two branches, the bal-
let, or formal court dance, and the<
peasant folk dance, both of which
will be represented in the- program,
and also a number showing theI
dance of the modern age and its1
static movement, instead of thec
smooth co-ordination of the pre-J
vious period dances.

Dorothy Beck Marga
Three juniors, Dorothy Beck
Margaret Bush, and Louise Cody
all of whom have been active in
campus affairs during their three
years in the University, have been
nominated for the presidency o1
the Women's League for the com-
ing year, the elections to be held
on April 3. In order that all Uni-
versity women may surely become
acquainted with the previous activ-
ities of these candidates, they arc
being reviewed here, in addition to
the material sent out to all wom-
en's houses during the past week
Dorothy Beck took part in the
Freshman Pageant her first year
on campus, and was also a member
of the life membership committee
of the Women's League, the Fresh-
man Girls' Glee club, Orchesis, and
Mummers. In her sophomore year.
she was the chairman of a Fresh-
man Spread committee, and a
member of the stunt committee of
the Sophomore Circus. She was
again on the life membership com-
mittee of the League, was a mem-
ber of the booth committee for the
Penny Carnival, of the decorations
committee for Lantern Night, and
of the committee for the League in-
stallation banquet. This year, she
is treasurer of the Women's League
and a member of Wyvern.I
Margaret Bush' as a freshman
was general chairman of the Fresh-
man Pageant, a member of the
life membership and undergraduate
campaign fund committees of the
league, a member of Athena and
of the Freshman Girls' Glee club,'
of which she was vice-president.j

Michigan League Buiiuingz nclude
Excursion To Lansing Is To Be a Spartan electric radio, a hand-
Financial By Anonymouswrought lantern for the Cloister,
__nr and a handsome floor lamp.
EXACT DATE NOT IXED Lovering and Longbotham, con-
y __II_; tracto-s of the building, are the
Any Oriental women students at donors of the radio, which will un-
the University who are interested doubtedly be installed in the large
in making a bus trip to Lansing assembly hall. The floor lamp is
during spring vacation are to be the gift of Sophia Refior, '04, of
given the opportunity to make this Toledo, while the lantern for the
excursion, Miss Beatrice Johnson, Cloister is being purchased by Mar-
ret Bush Louise Cody adviser of women, announces. The garet Dow, '28, of Midland. In her
I exact day for the trip has not yet letter to the Central Alumnae of-
,he also played class basketball been set, but tentative plans have fice, Miss Dow designated that the
_ td was on a W. A. A. Penny Car- been made by Miss Johnson and
'ival committee. In her sophomore ERmadersise Jonsnep- $25 balance between the price of
year, she was classrepresentative Mrs. E. R. Vanderslice, who is rep- the lantern and the amount of her
on the Board of Directors of the the American Association of Un gift, which was $200, might begin
League, was chairman of the versity Women. Athe swimming pool fund. This is
undergraduate booth at the Bazaar, ysdthe first appropriation received for r
was on a committee and took provide for leaving Ann Arbor fair- that purpose.
dart in the Sophomre Circus, was sfoy early in the morning, visiting I The Alumnae office is daily
the lowaenusinepsayed lassthe legislature while it is in ses- answering requests as to ac-
{,he Michiganensian, played classl son, having luncheon with some o (eptable gifts for the building. For
ocy, basketball, nd basebalr the Michigan State college students this purpose, a suggested list oI
gt decorations committee. This at the Church Union bilding in furnishings, with their prices, has
year, she is corresponding secre-East Lansing, and visiting the' been prepared by the architects.
yar she iW orrensondaguecrendMichigan State ca zpus. Thsrlteia aidbitin -roomect.A
'ary of the Women's League, and The entire proiect is being financed This list is available in Roam A,
is a member of the house organiza- by an anonymous donor who is in- Alumni Memorial Hall.
ion, constitutional revision, andi terested in Michian's Oriental wo- o---
dedication day e mmittees of the nnstudents. The arrangements' ATHLETIC MANAGERS
eague. She was chairman of the at Michigan State are being madetbwrh
make-un committee of the Junior-~
Girls' play, and is chairman of the Miss Neva Lovewell. who is the All entry blanks for the in-
i , reli gious student adviser on the
W. A. A. Bulletin, and a member of ai c utramural swimming meet must
U1 Circolo Italiano. She is also - be handed in at the desk of 1
president of Wyvern.T ES the Union pool by 7:15 o'clock
Louise Cody was a member of a tonight. It is important that
committee and took part in the The Board. of Directors of the all events in which each con
Freshman Pageant. She played Womhen's League will meet at 5:00' testantis entered be indicat
class basketball and hockey, was o'cloc this afternoon in the League ed.
)n a Penny Carnival committee, oo0
-nd was a member of the Nike staIT' office. This is a regular meeting ~__ _ __ __
in both her freshman and sopho- and absences should be excused.
more years. In her sophomore Mairy J. White
near. she was also a member of Ss . . pp
Khe life membership committee of, Interclass baseball practice 'willR p
the Women's League, took part in begin at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon
the Sophomore Circus and wasaalso at Palmer field, weather permit- for all Musical Instruments
a committee member, was a A. ting, otherwise in Barbour gymo-
C. A. C. W. delegate, and bowling tisr
and archery manager of W. A. A. . Schaeberle
This year she is a Junior Represen- ~~
tative on the Board of Directors of Members of the singing chous MUSIC HOUSE
the League, general chairman of! in the Junior Girls' Play are asked
the Junior Girls' Play and a mem- to meet at 4:00 o'clock today in 10 . Main St.
ber of Wyvern. Morris Hall.-!
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Easter Parade
Tailored and dress
models in Ballibun-
tal, 'Bako, Sisal and
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Society Of

11 Members

Iota Sigma Pi, national honorary
chemical sorority, held its formal
initiation and banquet" on Satur-
day, March 23, at the home of Dr.
Margaret W. Johnston. The new
members are: Dr. Helen Bourquin,
Dorothy V. Cox, '30, Jean L. Keyer,
Marjorie May, Grad., K. Leora Mc-
Closkey, '32M., Helen I. Miner,
Grad., Dr. Asa Nakao, Grad., Marie
F. O'Connor, Grad., Olive L. Setz-'
ler, '31M., Mary P. Stanley, Grad.,
and Elizabeth B. Stern, '32M.
Iota Sigma Pi is the only nation-
al chemical sorority in the Unite
States. Its membership includes
Madame Marie Curie, co-discoverer
of radium. The sorority will holdj
its next regular meeting on Wed-
nesday, April 17.

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A frock that seems made to
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=gracious moods of twilight
( . 2 Smart colors of printed chiffon, j-
lace, and crepe ensembles -
This is the time of year
when interest in hats is -l
supreme for one reason or
another. Probably because,'\
Spring and Easter and new
hats are all pretty-immi-
= nent-and- line is the key- .cs ry2 Sprng Smartness
note of smartness. Every color in this season's palete, the
= finest of wools, rayons, jerseys and silk
and wools, and enchanting patterns dis-
. = tinguish our collection of new sweaters.
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