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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1929 T I NI 1CI (I A N 1. A INI Y
S D 13MICHIGAN LEAGUE BUILDING SHOWS WOMEN'S PEACE LEAGUE DEMANDS
SECON T OTS[ MARKED PROGRESS IN CONSWTRUCTEION LeEND TO USE OF POISON WAR GASES
At the beginning of 1929, the way in one direction, the observer flAIIPFM'Demanding the abolition of the [will use gas as a weapon againstA
dNILL Michigan League presents a very may see the bare, plastered rooms UI[01LAN Euse of war gas, the International which no city will be able to pro-
V different aspect than it did only a which are to serve as the offices'Women's League for Peace and tect itself. Airplanes, flying at
few weeks ago. The contractors, of the League, as committee rooms - Freedom opened its convention in
TO O H W Levering and Longbotham, have a meetinxg place for the W. A A "Little Princess" Will Be Given Germany recently. The last ses- mhgie yrdooinain To
succeeded so far in carrying on the board, and one room which will be Primarily For Students In sion was held in 1924 in Washing- stations, will be able to locate their tures in
work of construction slightly ahead completely equipped with filing Natural Dancing ton, at which a program was merely objectives in the darkness and de- Health
of schedule. Most of the debris has cabinets to be housed by all the outlined. Although forty-two coun- fense will be impossible, he declared. imember
JUDGES TO HEAR APPLICANTS been cleared away to facilitate work, Women's organizations on the cam- HOLD MEETING TONIGHT tries are represented in the league, Europe is unable to abolish socia
FRSPEAKING PARTS IN NL EEIG OIGTIf Erp suabetAbl s soia
Rand the workmen are at present en- pus. The usual telephone booth __only about a dozen sent delegates, Kansas
PRODUCTION gaged in plastering, laying floors, have already been installed. Down Orchesis has set Wednesdy, Jan- the other countries sending essays war within a few years, it is doom- final pa
tiling, and 'putting on finishing the hall in the other direction, one uary 23, as a final date for the pre_ on the necessity of abolishing war, ed to destruction," he concluded. Healt
L'UISE CODY GIVES MULES touches.' comes upon the shiny new elevator, sentation of "Te Little Princess,', or, if armed conflicts cannot be The League will devote several the sor
A trip through the new building resplendent in its blue and gold the dance drama which the mem- avoided, of forcing the combatants days of the session to discussions,0the org
challenges all the adjectives in and carrying out in colors, the bers of the society have been work-to civilian populations. after which a ways and means com- they hz
Choruses For Junior Girls' Play Will one's vocabulary. Upon entering, motif developed throughout the ing on Wednesday nights for some The first day of the session was women
Be Heard For Second Time the stone floor broken by tiles in rest of . the building in the stair time before vacation. Idevotedto reiterating the program in highest
Next Week bright colors in the main hall, tne railings and on the stonework of Although the drama is being outlined at Washington five years was organized at the Hague in 1925. perfect
arched ceiling, and the oak panel- the pillars. given primariay for students enroll_ ago and to hearing reports of the charts
Second tryouts for the Junior 1ing of the walls are first to meet The cafeteria of the building has ed in academic classes in natural various committees on the means of Broadcasting a speech in English Some
I lng f te wllsar fist o met he aftera o th Enliheat
Girls' Play are scheduled to be held the eye. Two alcoves, one on each only recently been covered with a dancing, other people who are suf- accomplishing the aims of the over radio station KOAC gave Yosh- seep e
from 3 to 6 o'clock tomorrow in side of the main doorway, are sound-proof ceiling, which very af- ficiently interested in this type of league. Most of the speakers were iko Kanemura, a Chinese student at sleep e
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, accord- tevaterl one step above the floor fectively deadens the sound of dancing, and in seeing the sort of men, although many of them au- the University of Oregon, a big outdoo
ing to an announcement made yes- level. These are to be fitted with voices. Frames, which are event- work that the members of the so- thorities on chemical warfare. thrill, she says She spoke on wo ing be
terday by Louise Cody, general easy chairs, lamps, and ferneriesto ually to enclose panes of opaque ciety have been doing during the The main subject of discussion of en's place in the social system of three i
chairman of the play. At this time, serve as comfortable and secluded glass, shut off the serving counter lyear, are invited to attend the per- epresent session will center 'China in ost
all those who have been called back nooks where one may wait for his from the rest of the room. One formance. It will be held in the around the use of gas and bacteria conecot
to try out for speaking parts are or her friends. The main desk has notable fact about the building is Women's Athletic Building. in warfare, on the grounds that contest
asked to appear before the play been built and it is conveniently that more people can be served at aons t e Te n o Go cTe t
committee. Second tryouts for the equipped not only with deep cup- during football weekends and other The entire management of the antagonist a fair chance. The im- BASKETBALL GAMES Th The
chorus parts will not be held until boards but with a storeroom where rush periods than the Union can performance will be done by the prtantprobemi__how to onersr( 'lkapahe m
next week. candy to be sold from the counter now accomodate when it is serving members of the society. Some of airplanes so that they wil nol 4 o'clock-Sigma Kappa vs. 1 were m
may be kept. - at capacity, even though the build- them will actually participate in the d n o tatey will no be Alpha Phi. was fur
Those who are trying out for ~~~~~ ~drama itself, as characters and; used to cover areas outside of theAlhEpioPivsKaadelyosnl
Tseing ar mutryn be pree To proceed down the arched hall- ing will not have to bear the over- anrs, ie ot harers lhave wvar zones with deadly poisons, kill- AphEsioPh .Kpp
Thos wh ar tringoutfor____________________________head expense of unusually largeAlhEpioPivsKaa
withaance pand mson as pellas ede neo n 11 dnes hl tes-ilhv Kappa Gamma. IAll.-ca
with a dance and song as well as dinin rooms Thi i ue y t charge of the lighting, costumes, ing unprotected non-combatants. 5 o'clock-Hllel Foundation vs. progran
with dialogue, Miss Cody an- WOMEN INFLUENCE arefll lanned arrant of properties and stage management. A proposal of the league concerns Alpha Omicron Pi. resent
ounces. If any woman has not ll members of the society have e conversionrof al unitio Theta Phi Alpha vs. Kappa The lo
been able to prepare the special CHANGE IN AUTOS the serving rooms and elevators shown a great eagerness to do any- plants to the production of peace- Delta. was a
part which was assigned to her, she it possible to open up thetithing that they could to help in time products. Another plan is a _________o ly b u
is asked to prepare a selection of Only twenty-five years ago chil- assembly iall i conjunction with the production of the drama, ac- campaign against the construction
the same tvnpe Those who were dren found it hard to imagine a the dining room on the second rdin to Miss Ione rJhson f - of chemical plants which can be

P'AU E 'IVE
IAS WOMEN HL
:UAL HEALTH WE-K
of the most important fea-
the program of the annual
week conducted by the
rs of the Women's Athletic
tion at the University of
were a health contest and a
irty.
h charts were distributed to
orities and dormitories, and
anization which could prove
ad the greatest number of
with perfect health, or the
percentage of women with
records on their health
was given a loving cup.
of the requirements on the
charts were: eight hours of
ach night, thirty minutes of
exercises each day, no eat-
ween meals, no colds, and
peals a day.
;ility test, consisting of tests
ure and balance was held in
ion with the health chart
health final party was held
end of the week. Awards
ade at that time and music
nished for dancing.
impus movies constituted the
m for a motion picture show
ed at Stanford university.
ngest picture "Fast Male,"
ong comedy produced entire-
niversity students.

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not assigned a definite part may thmdernougster rraes thesdafo.. h ulty advisor, and the spirit which easily converted into gas factories.
se ein t the modern youngster accepts the Besides the soda founta whic ey have in offering their Dr. Gertrude Weker of Switzer-
all casesth~e own mseeti but min automobile as a thing that is, with- is located in the cafeteria, there is and co-operating with has land, said, regarding the use of gas,
orized. out a thought about how it came a small room which is located near made it much easier to work out that ethical points must be consid-
1o Appointments into existence or reached the stage the side entrance to be used as a the problens in the drama. ered in war and that only cowaras
of development it has at present. delicatessen. People from outside All of the preparation for the pro- would resort to gas for a weapon.
Appointments are not being made What makes this evolution so in- will call here for food which can be gram which is to be given in the Captain Brunskog of Sweden, hel4
for the second tryouts, but all wo- teresting is that the manner and ordered at any time from the Leag- Women's Field House two weeks a pessimistic outlook on the future
ment trying out for leads are ask- tempo were peculiarly influenced. ue kitchens. This is only one of the from tonight has been done at the in case the nations should fail to
ed to appear between 3 and 6 1 This influence grew out of the at- umique services which the building regular Wednesday meeting, and as prevent the outbreak of wars. The
o'clock tomorrow. titude of woman. , is designed to perform. yet no extra time whatsoever has days of large armies and navies had
The rules which have been for- Before the introduction of the' The panelled walls of the assem- been spent on it. passed, he said, and attacking forces
mulated by the members of the automobile woman had never been bly hall gives that room the appear- It is expected that at the meet-
commtteemustbe ahere to n IIgtnighepetdall tt eeplns
committee must be adhered to in concerned with any machine other ance of being practically ready for ing tonight all the general plans NOTICES
all cases, according to Miss Cody, i than one of simple utility. She had use. It is only after one's eyes turn for the drama will be systematized,
or the tryout will be disregarded. used the spinning wheel, te sew- I from the beautiful windows of and
Women are not to try out together ing machine, the coffee nmili, and cathedral glass and the oaken walls and aperer of the danesn The bowling alleys at the Wom-
for singing, dancing, or speaking, I the meat grinder, but all of the to look at the rough flooring that araperas ofhe iffnrntThen's Athletic building are now open
unless they have been especially re- 'machines were constructed for her the crudeness of the unfinished chaate bwil b o very day from four o'clock to six.
quested to do so. use by men without much consid- room is realized. Sound-proof doors gprobbryehearl. An instructor will be there to coach.
Those who are trying out for male eration of her specific requirements. separate the assembly rooms from s re o semlester freshmen arei All women are urged tntake using
parts, whether leads or chorus I Twenty years ago woman thought the rest of the second floor in sucht ipn ligible to try-out for Arches 'te ltyousing
of the automobile as something to a way that the general lounge is and a class in natural danc the alleys.
tume at the second tryout. ride in. Ten years ago she began accesible to dancers between will be held for this purpose Satu-R
Bring Sheet Music to consider it as a vehicle to be dances. A small balcony completes day from 11 to 12 o'clock in Bar- Rifle practice will be held at the
Extemporaneous performances will operated by herelf. Today the the architectural beauty of this dayifrom s1.t 12sm A'yockin Bas field house at 4;00 Thursday. All
be disregarded, Miss Cody states. motor car is not only her servant room which will be one of the larg- any naiu. Anyn out next s a
All. specialty numbers, songs, and and conveynce, but is regaded byest rooms in the building. semester should attend, as the op- matches will be held soon and there
dance steps must have been pre- t woman as her distinctly personal -rportunity for practice will be is not much time to practice.
pared in advance. For the songs, I background. This machine. unlike I MCIACI(N DISCUSSES
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the committee urges that popular,
rather than college songs be chosen.
Sheet music must be brought by the
women trying out, as the commit-
tee does not undertake to provide
the music required. An accom-
panist will be present, however, to
play for those who do not have'
their own accompanists.
Miss Cody especially urges that'
specialty numbers be prepared for
the second tryouts. These will be
welcomed by the committee, as very
few were given at the first tryouts,
held before Christmas vacation. t
All women students who wish to
try out for the Michiganensian edi-
torial staff should attend a meet-
ing to be held at 4:15 this after-
noon in the Press building, it is an-
nounced by Mildred Frandsen, '29,
woman's editor.

her old spinning wheel, went out' - R-S-FM-E- --_
of its way to please woman and to MERITS OF MODERN GIRL
win her approval. It change and
adapted itself until this end was' MINNESOTA DAILY--The young,
accomplished. 'Imodern girl is not afraid to find I
Few improvements werI made in out things for herself. and has a
automobiles that were of interest mental willingness to submit to the
to the majority of people until the necessary training, according to Dr.
World war. But then, with the men Henry Noble McCrackrn, president
at the front, woman stepped into of Vassar college.
the picture with a motor and even "Apart from cigarettes, profanity,
undertook to learn how to repair summer beaches, and the like, when
its defects. They discovered that we look deeper into ethics and re-
it was too noisy and uncozi.crtable, ligion, which are essentials, we find
too apt to stall, and was clumsy the young woman working out for
to handle and park at close quar- herself certain standards of honor
ters, not to mention that it was so ,nd decency of her own,' he de-
homely as to make its driver ap- clared.
pear ridiculous. ThenceforwardI As to the mind of the modern
cars had to be designed to include girl, Dr. McCracken stated that in
the features woman demanded- 12 years of intelligence tests there
reasonable ones, too-or- the cars has been no evidence of deteriora-,
would have remained unsold. tion.

ANNOUNCEMENT
We are again open to give our customers the same
prompt and efficient service in the PRINTING
LINE as formerly. We also take this opportunity
to thank our customers for their patronage during
the past year.
ej &grtgjesf4.
}{ usfTorT etter im ress ons
711 N. University Ave. Phone 8805 (Over Geo. Moe's)

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