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PET ERSON FAVORS la -
COMMITTEE CHOOSES LEADERS AND AIDESOBINA NOF UNDERGRADUATE WOMEN
DRAMA IC CL BS IThe League buildng will openi
- -formally in every department at
dramatPC I5 o'clock tonight, and thereafter;
An association of the dramatic all its club and hotel servicesj
Tant, as well as a chronicle of the and language clubs at the Univer- will be constantly maintained.
TWELVE MOST OUTSTANDING events which will be enacted this sity would go a long way toward I The success of the building de-
WOMEN IN EACH CLASS year. producing the ideal campus theatre I pends absolutely on the use
ARE PICKED (elia Latting, '29 has been chosen situation here at the University, which the undergraduates make
- iLtig,2,ha en hs ntI
as song leader. The University he opinion of Professor Freder- I of it. The Board of Directors
MARIE HARTWIG LEADS band will play, and Miss Latting ick W. Peterson of the Rhetoric de- 1 have never been more earnest
will direct from the bandstand partment. in asking the cooperation of
Covers Of Programs Are In Green Janet Michael, '31, chairman of it seems to me that if we had I every undergraduate woman.j
With Cover Design By the luncheon committee announces a large campus theatre here at The entire building is open to
Ivalita Glasgow that luncheons will be 35 cents, Michigan, which would be open to I men at all times with the excep-
and house heads can get in touch he use of all societies iterested I tion of the library, the women's
Leaders and aides for the line of with her at Betsy Barbour, phone in the production of the drama, we lounge, and the cafeteria up to
March featured in the Lantern 21616, to make arrangements for would closely approximate cond1- 8 o'clock at night. After 8 o'clock
Night program, to be held this getting their suppers. The lunch- tions which ought to exist for stu- I there will be supper. service forI
year on May 14, at Palmer Field, eons will be distributed at the Wo- dent theatricals," said Professor I both men and women in the
have been chosen. There are 12 men's Athletic building from 5 Peterson. Of course some ar- cafeteria, at which tin an or-
for each class, four leaders and o'clock on, before the Pageant. rangement would have to be made I chestra will be present.
eight aides. These 12 are the most There will be a meeting of the concerning who would have the use There will be regular Friday
outstanding women of the class, leaders and aides next Friday, May of the theatre at what time, but and Saturday night dances dur-
and were picked by a committee 10, exact time and place to beI don't believe we wound encounter I ing the month of May. Tickets
made up of the Advisers of Women, announced later. much difficulty there."I are $1.00 per couple and may be
Advlisers fromn the Physical Educa- Professor Peterson is very much I purchased by the men at theI
tion departnent, the resident of in favor of as sort of modified Yale candy booth in University hall
the epren's League, ad Vhe res- TRAINED PERSONS system here. The Yale Dramatic cand at the main desk in the
ident of the Women's Athletic As- FLL EW OFFICES sociation in New Haven only ac- I league building. Those attend-I
sociathon.sFILL NEW FE cepts graduate students into its I ing the dance will have the par-
Marie Hartwi '29 has been membership, but the organization I ticular use of the men's lounge
chosen leader of the line and will I is a wonderful thing for students ,and the cafeteria. It is sug-N
head the traditional procession. Af- by the going into operation of the of the drama said Professor Pet- gested that the North University
ter her will come the four classes Michigan League, fully ninety per erson. They have two theatres I entrance and the check room
In order, beginning with the Sen- cent have been given to residents there, one large and one small, so on the second floor will proveI
iors. The leaders of each class will of Ann Arbor or to students, ac- that two rehearsals can go on at most convenient for couples on
direct the march while the aides o n o r osde c the same time," he said, "and many dance nights.
will be distributed along the lineto Mrs. Bolles, director of of the Broadway shows get much Smoking is permitted every--j
beside their respective classes. ' the new building. of their good material from this where in the building except onI
Leaders for the Senior class areI Positions requiring specialized source. the dance floor and in the li-
Cynthia -Iawkins, '29, Betty Smith- training will be occupied by per- "Now, I think if we could have brary, chapel, women's lounge,
er, '29, Elizabeth Wellman, '29, and sons who have come from hotels ssomething on the order of this and theater.y
Mary White, '29. Aides for the class of national repute. Jane MeyerIassociation-for undergraduates i- The courtesy of no smoking
will be Jessie Church, '29, Hilda l assistant to Mrs. Bolles and also1 stead of graduates, we would be or talking is requested in the
Mary Evans, '29, Jeannette Saur- in charge of house management taking a long step forward But," Ilibrary and no books may be
born, '29, Elaine Gruber, '29, Jean has occupied a similar position in he concluded, "first of all and most taken from the room.
Hathaway,' '29, Mary Alice Moore, the McAlpin Hotel, New York, for important, we must have a good I Signed,
'29, Sylvia Stone, 29, and Rose sixteen years. The night manager, theatre with adequate equipment. Mary J. White,
Strasner, '29. Mrs. Grace Howard, formerly re- I President of Women's League.
The women picked to lead the sided in Tampa, but for the past Award Cups Foro0
'Junior class are Margaret Bush, '30, five years has been an Ann Arbor
Louise Cody;'30, Dorothy Touff. '30. resident. _____
and Jean Wallace, '30. The aides Miss M. L. Blair of New York
wll be Margaret Babcock, '30, Helen City will manage all the restau- Awards for the poster contest forD
Fellows, '30, Marjorie Follmer, '30, rants in the building. Her pre- the Freshman Pageant which will
tDor'thy Griffith, '30. Virginia Lo- vious experience includes manag- ibe given Lantern night, May 14, at II j1-
T see, 30, Dorothy McKee, '30, Mar- ing commissary stores in Ports- Palmer Field, according to cam- ?L.
garet Ohlson, '30, and Gertrude mouth during the World War, and pus tradition, were presented at a
Smith, '30. employment at Louis-Sherry in meeting at 5 o'clock yesterday in Due to rain most of the games i
The four leaders for the Sopho-. New York. When the Jacob Schiff Sara Caswell Angell Hall. Betty t .
more class will be Margaret Eaman, i Memorial, a building containing Healy, '31, presided over this as- the intramural baseball tourna
'31, Helen Jones, '31, Albertina the executive offices for the Henry sembly of all the freshmen women ment were postponed to a day late
Maslen, '31, and Roberta Reed. '31. Street Visiting Nurses' Association, in the Pageant. in the week. It is especially im
The aides for the class will be was opened in New York, she had First and second prizes were portant that all teams adher
4: Eleanor Cooke, '31, Helen Cheever, charge of organization, and was small silver loving cups, which were strictly to the schedule and avoi
'31, Helen Domino, '31, Ruth Mar- associated with this plant for five won by Ivalita Glascock, '31A, and defaults as the time is gettin
shall, '31, Janet Michael, '31, Isa- years. Shirley Barbe, '31A. Honorable short.
belle Rayen, '31, Helen Wilson, '31, Henri Mozzi, formerly connected mention was given to Ruth Otto, In the only game that was playe
and Jane Yearnd, '31. Iwith some of the most famous res- '31. Delta Zeta beat Alpha Phi,-21 to 3
. The Freshmen women who will be taurants in Rome, chef at the New After reports were made by in a rather slow game. The scor
honored by leading their class are York Athletic Club and recently chairmen of the committees, a was tied at the end of the first in
4 Katherine Ferrin, '32, Betty Healy, at the Virginia Hotel in Chicago, discussion on the way to use eligi- ning, but after that the Alpha Phi
'32, Josselyn McLean, '32, and Jean- i will be the chef at the League. ble freshmen who are not already were not able to keep down th
nie Roberts, '32. The aides for the on committees or in the cast of the Delta Zeta runs and were quickl
class will be Dorothy Birdzell, '32,I The furniture of the new Wo- Pageant was held. put, out in the field by frequen
! Sally Ensminger,'32. Dorothy Felske, men's League building has been the double and even triple plays.
32, Hortense Gooding, '32, Donna topic of more discussion than any I STANFORD.-A poll taken by The schedule for the rest of th
Jones, '32, Katherine Kock, '32, other feature because of its variety. The Stanford Daily, campus news- week is as follows: Tuesday at 7:1
Jean Levy, '32, and Elizabeth Low- o - paper, showed that the students. Tri Deltas vs. Martha Cook; Wed
w den. '32. 'ITENNIS GAMES. including the women, do not agree nesday at 5:00 Sorosis vs. Sigm
The Lantern Night programs are I I!with the prohibition views of the Kappa; Friday at 5:00 Chi Omega
ready for distribution and are well! Games scheduled in the In- Hoover administration. vs. Alpha Omicron Pi. Teams ar
worth. having. The covers are in, tramural tennis tournament will j~-~~~~~~~
green, the very original design I be postponed until Wednesday. II
done by Ivalita Glasgow, '32. The Entries may be made until 3 1
programs contain a history of Lan- 1 o'clock this afternoon. . . *.
tern Night and the Freshman page- o -°.-,

DR. BELL DISCUSSES MERITS OF
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CONFERENCE'J
"With only one year of experi- week. Most of the schools have DPfT t
ence, the high School Sports Con- promised to send two representa- A
ference has proved to be definitely tives and there have been a few
schools that have offered to send
educational the University wo- delegates voluntarily. In spite of the bad year from
men who help to put it over as "The Athletic Conference of which practically all theatrical pro-
well as the high school delegates," American College Women, which ductions have suffered, and in spite
Dr. Margaret Bell stated yesterday. will be held in Ann Arbor this year,"' of the rainy weather which con-
"It is an effort to show the best Dr. Bell stated, "has taken up the l tinued during almost the whole
students from two hundred high question of Olympics for women wee e presention o or-
sc l tin the viinityofrAd hAr- and is attempting to interest the ward March", the net profits of this
bor what the University offers The country in Play Days, by which it year's Junior Girls' Play amount to
Women's Athletic Association has can offer an opportunity for ex- $1,053.81, it is announced by Mar-
endeavored to show the representa- changes in athletes without the of the play. '30, business manager
tives the place which athletics present inter-school competition.I h lay.
holds in the high school program The High School Conference, which This thousand-dollar profit was
and how it is carried on by the is being sponsored by our Women's: made possible largely because ex-
University. Athletic Association, may be clas- penses were cut about $800. The
sified as an organized cooperation budget of every committee was con,
The plan originated, Dr. Bell ith such a plan." siderably smaller than last year,
continued,with the desire of the n concluding, Dr. Bell commend- Miss Sibley states.
cotnud "wt h eieoh Ithcosuctapln."
Women's Athletic Association to ed the conference very highly, "the The program committee, headed
assist the high schools to think over representatives are the best mate- by Dorothy Bloom, reported good
the problem of competition among rial of the high schools, for they returns. This was especially grati-
Sthe girls-a current question n al- are selected on the basis of scholar- fying to the play committee, in
most every educational organiza- ship and interest in athletics. They view of the fact that the poster
tion today. The purpose of the have been leaders in their own high which had been designed for the
I conference, then, was to bring the schools and undoubtedly will make -cover of the program could not be
high schools to a consciousness of
th resn.o uc optto leaders among our women. They!f used.
the reasons for such competition belong to the class of women which The returns from "Forward
nmstead of going mnto it without the University wishes to encourage ' March", as from previous Junior
stopping to consider carefully. for enrollment, and it is through Girls' Plays, will be turned over to
"It is interesting to try to deter- the conference that these women the undergraduate campaign fund,
mine just what the conference last become acquainted with the pos- to help redeem the undergraduates'
year did accomplish. It is hard to sibilities which the University has pledge to the Michigan League
say exactly because it is almost en- to offer." building.
tirely a subjective matter, but un- -
doubtedly it has raised a vital in-
terest among the high schools inf
the project. Last year only a little18
more than a fourth of the invita-
tions were accepted; more than
that have already accepted the in-
I vitations for this year, and many
more are expected, since the con-iL
ference will not be held until next
s' NOTICES

Interclass baseball practice will
be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon
on Palmer field.
j All Junior Girl's Play costumes
must be returned to Louisa Souk-
up, '30, chairman of costumes, by
Thursday. If any member of the
cast wishes to buy her costume she
n is asked to get in touch with Miss
-Soukup immediately. Others in-
r terested in buying costumes may
also call Miss Soukup at 6517.
- There are still tickets available
e for the League installation banquet,
;which will be held at 6 o'clock
g Wednesday night. For reservations;
call Edna Richards at 5718.
d -
, ' SPORTS CONFERENCE
- There will be a meeting of the
s reception and transportation j
e committee for the high school
Igirl's sports conference at 3
t o'clock Wednesday afternoon in
I Barbour gym.
0 '0
again reminded to bring scorekeep-
a; ers to the game. If it necessary to
a default both the opposing team and
e the gym office must be notified by
noon of the day of the game.

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