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WEDNL fAY, AiSJL3,i929TH MC IA NA IY

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ANUL OUTSTANDING IN LITERARY WORLD j IIRECENT STUDENT PRODUCTIONS REVEAL NE;
WMNA tTIS MISS BROWN, MICHIGAN ALUIMNYA YYD T ILL f, ON UNIVERSITY THEATER, SAYS PR
FA~f RIecent student production of miration of the quaity and effec- ater wou
LAUE N AILTwri*.~ii Aghts has revealed. a new light plays. Also the -acting of the plays Iltrsi
" ' --- on he qestin ofa University! and their general production, under t the begi
Fckds IFor I'ricday Pesntationi Of Theater on this campus, accordng Professor Wendt of the speech de- have its
ASSOC IATION BALLOTS Jnnsir Play in Det oit Are to Professor Peter Jack, of the partment, were much beyond what would c

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VOTING BOOTH WILL BE OPEN
IN UNIVERSITY HALL
ALL DAY.
ELECTIONS ARE SEPARATE
Only Women Who Have Paid Dues

Katherine Holland,
'98A. M., (lion.)
whose novel,
"The Fathers,

Now Oni Sale i hetoric department.
B roa n , - B e fo re th e p ro d u c tio n o f th e se Ipa , i 2 , ? P I E I L N T C A G to e s r ~ c~ y h t~ l n p r
sons on campus have not whole-
4Theater parties on Friday night heartedly subscribed to the promo-
' ~are being planned by a number of; tion of such a project, becauseI
Detroit students, when "Forward they have doubted the existence of
' ~March," the Junior Girls' Play, sufficient talent to make the the-
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reasonably expect when and -experimental work in the field
lers, the limited resources l of dramatic arts, and 'would not
h play production had to !In any way interfere with the pro-.
)m all <thisd evidence, it. gress or plans of. these societies.
stain that a University "it seems to me that the need
iuld find abundant talent' for such a, work shop, properly en-
start. dowed and technically complete is
ttheater, as has b o e n obvious," concluded- Professor Jack.
would not 1n any, way 11I feel certain that the theater will
to existence of the various come, ,and that when it does Mich-
organizations on campus igan will take as high a place in the
ve grown ump by' them- ,f'#e14 of play-writing, and dramatic
d achieved their own in- produc~tion as that held now by any
TIf anything, -the the- other University.

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,r..ea Eligible"°"° r'I"'0'cq" Vw n th V V r .' onWiUL e 1i1CUv WU . 111111C Aera U((;6a
e o o^P ,ccT epas m sto wicdrmsioW. A. A. Ticket fl' wo h r),U rie o March 23, is to be presented in' T e pas oto hc have da ai
in a atio-wid Orchestra Hall. Box parties for been written under the direction of.' which hav
Anul lciosfr h vo- their friends promise, to be quite Professor Rowe of the rhetoric de-sles n
en's League and W. A. A. will be ' .*' , comp etitionI general among the Michigan women partment were admirable and diidulit
hedtdyattevtngbohi & ,,hsehmsae nDtot there is no question, but that the -
Uneritody allte vtin both n fr Orchestra hall is well suited to' production of the plays has helped
frmBt 'lc.AlUniversity Hal whch illbe pe the giving of a number of theater; the playwrights enormously. The
wromenae gil to vot'clink.the Universityarties, as it has a large number Of; three judges expressed great ad-
Loeae eltinsando vollteguarnS . the ~~//boxes. Women wishing to arranlge--_____
Legu eetins n al egla? box parties for Friday night may
members-of W.° A. A:==those who *;k : ,,. obtain tickets in Ann Arbor at theOu
have paid their annual dues-are1; ' Alumnae office In Room A, AlumniOu
eligible to vote for officers of that Memorial hall. The tickets are be- ' r anen1t Wave
organization. Since both elections ! ing sold at the same prices as for !aV
are to choose officers for the cor- W llRnclESISnc o~ the Ann Arbor performances,. box ArIhtPakr n
WilIcuefac tickets being priced at $3.
it is urged that all women make it 1 I egeR cpin-I!Lnonroesaet
a point to vote. I rhsi ilmeta171 o of unusual interest to Detroiters. automobiles, the Best
The.- complete ballet for thei Planned for the undergraduate ! night in the Women's Athletic Louise Codytegnrlcamnhreifr poi-
League elections is as follows: women of the University and their I building. It is very important is from Detroit, as well as three' rent Dial 3003.
President, Dorothy. Beck, '30, Mar-' guests, a formal dance in the main I___thatallmembrsbeprsent.__ members of her committee; Mar-!
garet Bush, '30, and Louise Cody, ballroom of the Michigan League ___________________gaet Bush, Camilla ube, and;
'30; vice president, Dorothy Mapel, will be a part of the reception Ann Arbor before the week of cor-1 Dorothy ""Bloom. Of the leads, 3,Ja alc,'0Ior ie yteAuneCucli
'3,Ja alc,'0 orspond- gvnbthAlmaCociinmencemnent the naming of the room Helen Bush, and Kathleen SuggsI
Woomase, 31 rcodig copraio wth~th Wme's0fth oenngofth bilin un toy hos ha 5 prcntofth MC H G A
igsecretary, Roberta Read, '31,, has been postponed from the date are Detroit students. The direc-.
secretary, Helen Cheever, '31, Helen ILeague and the Board of Governors, the dedication, women in the play are from De- Bat~ op
Jones, '31; treasurer, Hermine; when they formally open the newt The undergraduates who are co-I troit. eue~ op
Soukup, '31, Jane Yearnd, '31; senior building on May 4 Tickets will be operating with representatives from t " ich. Theater Bldg.
representative, Frances Xovy, Er-, distributed among the houses in { the Alumnae Council and the Board Subscribe to The Michigan Daily
Willi, Schneider, Margaret Sibley, (proportion to the number of res-; of Governors of the League in plan- $225 for the half year. __________
anl- Dorothy Woodrow; junior rep- dents and the preference in mak-I ning the program for May 4 are!1
resentative, Eleanor Cooke, Ruth Ing reservations will be given to! Mary White, '29, Hilda Mary Evans,!
Marshall, Albertina Maslen, andi the senior women. No more thanf '29, Florence Watchpocket,- 129
Katherine: Wilcox; sophomore rep-1250 tickets will be distributed, it Jeanette Sauborn, '29, and Mar-
resentative, Dorothy Birdsell, Kath- has been announced. gat Bush, '30 On your trip homne_
erine Ferrin, Betty Healy, and Bet-; o asnsocetao ih
ty Loudon; junior members of the {pieces has already been engaged to; ' ! Take a
judiciary council, Isabelle Rayen, furnish the -music. The only de-
Elizabeth Sun derlund, Barboura ,orations, are to be spring flowsersiH a s2 91
Swift, and' Ruth VlanTuyl; senior iwhich will be distributed profusely + IS 1 .9
member of ,the Judiciary council,evrwretouhttebil
Jean Duffield, Virginia Losee. ng 'ioengg ayprtIsCeHL1L~fIA N IX
Thecoplee allt or heW. . ng planned by the social commit-j Felt - Felt and
A. elections follows: President,t tee :of the Woman's League headed! StawMombnaton
Gertrude Smith, '30, Dorothy Touff, bytlornceWaohpoketn'2.iM MOR
'30,' "vice "'president, Arlione 'Heil- bAFlsecn'important ,annune-WE NE DA
man,'30 Ed, Mrgart Olso, ~ment in connection with the im-
secretary, :florothy Griffith, '30, pending opening and dedication of ONLY - OI
Betty' Kahn, '30; treasurer, Alber- I" the League is that the, large as-:
:tia Mas ', '31, Elizabeth Whit-iebl-al sttbiamdb- 'Flled wth l icious
ney, w'31; point recorder, Helen Do-r undergraduate women of Miehigar m C}l
mine,.'1;,' Ruth Marshall, '31; in- l in 'honor of Miss Myra Beach J or- { I ~n e
tramural manager, Jannett Mich- aafr ayyar enofwmI ''.~BETSY ROSS
ael, '31, Doris Renikenberger, '3OEd., en. This privilege is in recognition (£at Shop~E
publicity manager, Esther Ander- ofteaheeeto1h ner 2 ot tt A ~ D
sn'3,MraeEces'3. graduate women who have pledged i-
BASE ALLGAM S J$163,000 since March, 1923. Miss)
BASE ALLdAME was invited to be present _________________
ARE HELD TODAY be named in her honor, but due t i J / l~"l'""f'7 "'Ja"' '1.1
-the fact, that she cannot be in'?
~ ~~~Bt y R'sThe -games in the intramural' __________
been scheduled for today will be {I N ls B a rikesAad
played if the weather permits. TheNcesAcd
games which were* to have been j1 a i e Ifrel of the
played on Monday were postponed;' iha Bat hp
in accordance with the.. University MichganBat hp
observance of suspended activitiesI Call 9616 '' oae
played after vacation and the ath- -.TH E BLUE BIRD " j
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enotified of the date. HShopOP
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Delta; Alpha Gamma Delta vs. A-;'R.Ovrihub oue rI
pha Epsilon Pi; at 5:00 Sigma Kap-, MR BARTLETT
pa vs..- Alpha Omicron Pi, Kappa ;t Dial 8383 for appointment +'
Kappa Gamma vs. Gamma Phi formerly with theTHN1 WAT
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