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Plans for a joint party to be IINeedIfor a new campus theater9
* flIUIIL Q GU I BLNC[IIUDUI1IGUAl given by the Women's League and G LTI [E is subordinate to the need for al
the Women's Athletic Association new and more complete theatrical
in the Women's Athletic building, .orkshop, according to R. Leslie
Friday afternoon, April 19, are now Eight Different Nationalities Ar, Askren, '29, whose play "Passion's
under way. Through the member- Represented In Student Progress" was one of the four givenr
--- ship of W. A. A. is limited, the! P a r t y in the recent Play Production stu-l
FIFTY GUIDES WILL CONDUCT Plans are now under way for League includes all University dent competition. In a recent in-
GUESTS THROUGH NEW the formal dance to be held in the women, and all women students DAV N ANSING terview, Askren emphasized the
BUILDING main ball-room Saturday night, are invited to attend the party, _fact that with the anticipated
ndB Ca n'eight-piece or- I which will be held from three- opening of the new Women's
MUSIC A ES LANN chestra has been engaged. There thi ty to five o'clock. Women from eight foreign coun e Theater the producing or-
will be no charge for the tickets, There will be dancing and music, tries made up a group of 15 stu Iganizations of the campus wouldi
250 Bal Tickets Available; Pref-and they will be distributed among and the terrace will be used if the dents who visited a legislative ses- be presented with a very fine and
erel ille rabed - the houses in proportion to the weather permits. Dorothy Touff, sion in Lansing last Wednesday complete play house, but that the
etence Wil Be Granted 'number of residents. First prefer-' h f th tertin- The trip from Ann Arbor was made situation as regards laboratory ex-
Seniors, ence will be given to the senior wo- '29, is in charge of te enrain iuto srgrslbrtr x
s ent, the remaining tickessiupto-ment and the refreshments. Flor- by bus, and the students were ac- perimentation was not materially*
On th4 afternoon of Saturday, atotal of 250 will be distributed ence Watchpocket, '30, is in charge companied by Miss Beatrice John- affected.1
of the publicity and music. son, advisor -of women; The en "The ideal of a University The-i
May 4, the Michigan League will among underclass women. The only tire trip was made possible. through ater is not so much a magnificent i
decorations that are ,being plan- the generosity of Mrs. Olds, a resi stage as it is a large workshop in
liefomaly peed y heAluna lrs,.which will benprofuselyfdissrib-dsAafresi-[<
Council in cooperation with the ined forithe dance are sprin flo dent of Lansing, who is interested which the whole range of the the-
undergraduate women of the Uni- uted through the whole building. in foreign students. atrical arts is centralized and en-
versity' and the Board of Governors In recognition of a sum of $163,- The party arrived in Lansing in couraged to creative development,"
of the building. On Saturday eve- 000 contributed by the under- time for luncheon, which was serv- said Askren, while making also the!
ning, a formal dance will be given graduate women, they have beeni ILOR LEAGUIO1EIUGed in the Students Union building, point that "such a creation would
in the main ball room for under- given the privilege of naming the where a number of the faculty and be a matter of departmental reor-!
graduate women and their guests. main assembly room. The Women's students of the Michigan State col--
Only 250 tickets will be distributed league has decided to name the Future Orchesis rehearsals for lege were the hostesses of the for- WOMEN PRACTICE
for"the dance, and the preference room in honor of Myra Beach the program which the University cign women.
in obtaining tickets will be granted Jordan, for many years dean of Girl's Glee Club and Orchesis will After luncheon, a visit was made FOR CLASS GAMES
to the senior women. women. An invitation was sent to give together Saturday, May 4, at to the pre-school child unit of the
The opening day reception has Miss Jordan, who is at present in the opening of the Women's League college. This is a very interesting All women who are interested in
been planned for hours between 3 Rome, to' attend the opening of the building, will be in Barbour gym- project, according to Miss Johnson, making the interclass baseball
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and building when it was planned to nasium instead of in the Women's as it includes the acceptance of teams must be present at all the
8 ad 12 o'clock in the evening. More name this important room in her League building where they have children from 18 months to four'
than 50 guides will be available to honor. Due to the fact that she been held. years of age for training and edu- remaining practices, which are
shdw guests through the new build- will be unable to reach Ann Arbor The women who will be in the cation. The group then visited the held at 4 o'clock every Tuesday'
Sng. The .committee has planned before June 1, this part of theL cast are as follows: Anita Cohen East High School in the city of and Thursday afternoon. If the
for entertainment in every part of opening day program has been '30, Alienne -Heilman '30Ed., Vida: Lansing, which is absolutely new weather permits the practices willt
the building throughout the after- (postponed until the dedication of ]McClure '29Ed, Velma Johnson and incorporates many educational take place on Palmer field.
noon and evening. More than 50 the building on June 14. '29Ed, Jeannette Saurborn '29Ed, innovations. This visit was parti-1
J guides will be available to show Invitations to the reception have Ann Zauer '29Ed, Rose Strasser cularly interesting to those foreign Sophomore and freshman women1
guests through the new building. already been sent by mail to all ; '29Ed, Ruth Van Tuyl '31, Gen- students who plan to do education- who are going out for interclass'
The committee has planned for en- of the alumnae groups in this state,I evieve Coon, Mildred Cassidy '30Ed, i al work when they return to their, baseball for physical education
r tertainment in every part of the and to all individual contributors) Ruth Brooke '30, Dorothy Marshick native lands. credit must attend all practicesI
building throughout the afternoon, within a certain radius of Ann9 '30Ed Wilma Crawford '29, Doro- The inspection of the state the same as
and evening. The theater will be Arbor. It has been thought un- thy Felske '32Ed, Dorothy Good- School for the Blind was Mis t s regular classes. Ex-
the locale of a combined program necessary to send individual invia- ridge '30 Beth Healy Bett . cuses for absences from practicesl
of music and dancing presented by tions to students in the University, Moore '29, Cecile Poor '32, Do. othy Some of the childrensdemonstrated are to be received from either MissE
the University Girls Glee Club and but all undergraduate and gradu- Stonehouse '31, Ann Terhardt '32, their reading by use of the Braille Campbell or Miss Colby, the facul-t
Ochesis. ., At the same time, the ate st udent~s are cordially invited D oh ol 3,DortyWae- system. Tea was served for the tY mesi hreo h ne
Fraeshman, Girls' -Glee Club will en-Ito visit the building on May 4 Dorothy Howell 32, Dorothy Water- sse.Tawa evdfr te members mn charge of the inter-
man '32, Marie Tuke '29Ed, Rose visitors by the Mothers Circle, a class baseball activities.r
jresi ha uirsGlecluaile-Io ii h ldingroonm May- 4. Rmanfe' 32, Mare Tue 9EdRos
teain whaus l rogm. Ti Rosenfeld 32, Elizabeth Whitney parent-teachers organization in .
mheimain. h assembly room. The NOTICES '31, and Helen Eberly '31. Lansing. Some of the foreign stu-
composition which will be featured;I Members of the cast are expect- 'et told of the work of mother s'~ _ - _-.
by the University Girls' Glee Club, An important business of the ed to atch t bulletinrboard i rganiztions heir untries. OW N D I n -
Shas. already been announced as edt ac h ulei or n ranztosi hi cutis an D n t
..."To the Spirit of Music" by Percy University Girls Glee Club will be Barbou' gymnasium, and the After tea a visit was made to the
f Rector Stephens. .held at 4:30 today at the School Women's Athletic building for Capitol, where the students observ- artner o
.2legates To Be Hostesses Iof Music for the purpose of mak- further changes in the schedule ed the Senate and the House in
lingte T e plansetoeehearsePthrmusicffo
receiving plans to rehearse the music for of rehearsals. Each woman will action. The women returned to our Coffe
representatives from the three he program opening. be responsible for finding out Ann Arbor at about 7:30 o'clock,Breakfast
' groups who are cooperating in the .the name of her dance, her posi- I and there were many expressions a
formal opening of the League the The executive board of W. A. A tion on the program, and the time of pleasure over the experience.
Alumnae Council, undergraduate will be entertained at dinner by of her rehearsals. Any changes The nationalities represented on Our Bismarcks and Raised
Dr. Bell at 6:15 oclock tonight at will be posted by 8 o'clock each this trip were Hungarian, Polish, Donuts at all the Stores
Swomen, and Board of Governors . Bllat6:5icocstnihta
In addition, representatives from 904 Church street. A business morning, and every girl should Filipino, Japanese, Chinese, Hawai- and Restarants.
yera cit s in the United States meetig will follow the dinner. : know them by 1 o'clock. ian, and Peruvian.
;Will act as hostesses in the particu-
jar rooms named in honor of their The Pi Lambda Theta initiation
alumna groups. In cases iwhere will be held at 5:30 Wednesday
disatie has made it impossible for Ieveng in the lounge of the Wom-
ofi1cial delegates delegates to be rens Athletic building
seit, an' undergraduate woman. o
from that locality will act as the Pi Lambda Theta initiation will \ .
~hostess. take place at 5:30 Wednesday eve- j
According to Mrs. W. D. Hender- ning in the lounge of the Womens
son "the reason for the opening of Athletic building. A banquet will
the League this spring rather than be at the Haunted Tavern imme-
at a later was consideration for the diately following the ceremony.
senior women, who have contrib
uted largely to the fund-raising Alpha Epsilon Pi announces the
campaign and who, as undergradu- engagement of Norma Goodman,;
ates, will' be unable to derive any 27, to Dr. Henry Reich of New
benefit from the building. Jersey.

ganization as well as of funds- and
"The theater is not the play-
ground of dilettantes, and sincere
work in it cannot be a matter of
narrow student specialization. They
say, 'A critic never wrote a good
play, nor a good director become
a fine actor,' but it is equally true'
that experience in acting and di-
recting are inestimably valuable to
anyone working in the theatrical
medium," Askren said, illustrating
his ideal of a workshop.
"The situation as it stands now,",
Askren concluded, "shows Profes-'
sors Rowe and Windt performing
herculean tasks that should be ap-
portioned among technical experts
n the various fields of lighting,
stage design, and among assistants
in the writing field, but doing them
so well that they are building a
sound foundation for the Univer-
sity Theater when it does come."
Michigan delegates to the annual
convention of the Women's Self-
Governing Association are the out-
going president of the Women's
League and the president elect of
the League, these being this year,
Mary White, '29, and Margaret
Bush, '30.
The convention which is being
held in Norman, Oklahoma, April
16-20, with the University of Okla-
homa as hostess, is held for the
purpose of giving the various mem-
ber colleges an opportunity to find i
out about the systems of self gov-
ernment that are established in
these colleges. Michigan has al-
ways been a contributor to the,
convention, because the system
here has been successful.


Posters for the Freshman Pa-
geant must be, submitted on the
afternoon of Saturday, April 20 at
Barbour gymnasium in order to be
judged for the contest. Those
which receive first and second
places will be awarded prizes, and
in addition honorable mention will
be given for third place. The post-
ers must be made in black ink on
white paper; contrary to a form-
er announcement, and will be
judged by members of the Archi-
tectural School.
It has been suggested by Kath-
erine Ferrin, '32, chairman of the
poster committee that the. theme
of the pageant be represented. The
general idea is woven around the
dream of a little boy and girl who
have fallen asleep beside the
throne of the Queen of May. The
most approp. iate of the two win-
ning posters will be used as the
cover of the Latern Night program,
and it is hoped that with this in-
ducement many will be submitted.
j l #li li il tli l tt11111 111 lt't1lfN11 1 11 WIAll S
W OU will find
Hats that are
different at the
IMcKinsey Hat hop'g

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