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'a'r R aDA'fi, D Cf~l T r 1 y

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NOTICES

9N 0 'C W N E eta Eta alumn E chapter of OPENED RODI
IRINNI1Alpha Delta Pi will sponsor a DAIAAD, SPONSODS WORKSED O VIEW~
T benefit bridge Saturday after- I E U E M
PlT1 noon at the chapter house at BA1C IC VI Te N W M S U
F PL YUIId 1020 Lincoln avenue. Reserva- O N [ iTh most important collection of
tions for tables may be madeb di'wokinA rcawlle
MainL edn sDcae]calling 6765. Fifty cents will be1opndtpulcveinPhae-
Marin L ReaingIs Dclaedcharged each person. Hazel Cor-. Booth Selling Michigan Articles'Epened tlowpublicevieicanhlael
10JnirPaAuhr bett, '26, its chairman for the af- Is Outstanding Feature 13 uirFa uhr the Mastbaum Rodin Foundation
fair.!Msu, ar outo of he
Before Meeting. of Annual Affair. Msuarprdcino th
There will be a regular meet---odnMseaMuoFrce
LLO'YD,, LOOMIS SPEAK ing of the W. A. A. Board at 6 NOVEL ADS DISTRIBUTED ue It is a gift to the city from the late
o'loktJulesteFildHus.E. Mastbaum, theatre owner
Ever 'cockto ayatthbe F ed tHuse. ;Iand philanthropist.
Marian L. Readings '31, was an- Eey onembe presen f In the midst of a gypsy fair, the l The museum, constructed of
rounced as the author of the Ju- less excused before the meeting. b ooth sponsored by the Undcrgrad-' white limestone brought. from
nior Girl's Play for this year at u sate Campaign committee of the France, stands in a garden in the
PAT NES FParkway. Outside are figures "The
terday afternoon in the LydiaI U L1 opnhg tomorrow in Barbour gym- of Bronze," and the "Burghers, of
Mendelssohn theatre in the League i N r 1iasium, will be outstanding with its Calais," as well as the heroic
budlding. Miss Reading's play has I bargain counter of typicnlly Michi- "Gates of Hell," a composite of small
commt e frm "' anaftcle. ffigures in which "The Thinker" is
bee cosn b te ommtte rom{ IS gaLIrices repeated again, this time in life
a number of plays submitted and _____A-m". g the attr<'ct~ons (if tIissieAmnthbrzsadcss
will be produced by the junior wo- Twenty-eightPiet Wome boothi will b , 1Michigan playing1 in plaster and terra cotta are ex-
men in honor of the senior women! myegtroint mni cards, priced at 50 cents pter pack, am;so ital vr odo
duin te ek f arh 7Invited to be Present at mnaize and blue Michigan pillows Rdn
The meeting was conducted by Sophomore Affair. at 50 cents each, clever sandwich ________________
Helen Jones, '31, general chairman '___hoards carved to represent pigs at;
who told of the work which is now PLNEA O PLTO 25 cents, yellow caps, telephone Women interested in forming
to be done by the junior women in LA SN R O PEI 'I book covers, oilcloth hold'eis Mich- the University ofoMichigan unit
the production. She introduced Miss -itan smaps, and a special attraction, I of the National Women's Airo-
Alice Lloyd, advise'owmnad Patronesses for the Sophomore I"Kako," which is a brand of bak- nautical Association will meet at1
of the Junior Girl's Play, who ex- Cabaret h-ave beezn announced by ljrn powder gdaran teed to aid in I 7:15 Thursday in the League
plained questions of scholastic eligi- Katherine Ferrin, assistant llair- making even. amatq'ur attrempts at; building. A notice as to the ex-
bility. Miss Lloyd emphasized themn n ccrigt tepasbtking a success. To prove its v.lI act place of meeting wll be
fact that no woman who did not ta avteniaethywll~u, samples of cakes in which Ka- postedhaonbthe bulletiny boardi- in
ko
have sufficiently high scholarship i d e heir attentboi .: among the jk has been used til. be oftereG for the main corridor.
to devote the extra time necessary te~siing.-
I variotis times the Cabaret is open. ncnncin ihtsbohth - - - _____
to work on the play should not try ![Th~s is being done in order that II oncin ihti oy h
out. A pk there will !la o sm o~d Shop from the League build-
Miss Ay Loomis; director, spok se pesn.w ioesm n~: n "t'will also be represen~ted. Allhri " a
on physical, eligibility. "The play Thr r wet-ih ome f the fancy baking which is sold
will take an extra hour a day from onteptoeslswihicueat tie' League will be placed on, Presentsthparnsliwicicud
every woman participating, "saidAeade .RtheMsale at the bazaar. Ruth Marshall, JAMES' FOSTER
Miss Loomis, "and women who can-JhMrs. Aeffner .E he, Mrs. osph 3.1 is chairman o f the booth for
not physically give that hour can- BuseMs;amsB dosn the Undergraduate Campaign com- Ilueo r
not participate." Mrs l r.JmsB dosn iitee, assisted by Ruth Ells, ',i1213osSe Stffret
"We are especially anxious thisI Mrs. LdwrcH.u, MrsrV. More, who is in charge of decorations.
yearEdwardwomenrwhocarssinyranLarge, colored handkerchiefs 'ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN
yeare thatr wo mn whyou cntn in B. Jordan, Miss Grace Richards, wt rni g o h m h v enI_ _
close~ hro y tyoti groups Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl F. Bach-ditbte aon th hv'eo _______
continued. She also explained ther, Mrs* Ira Smith, dirs. Fielding '0pus to call attention to the!
teH. Yost, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. ~cadpaefrteb~~. IM C IA
types of parts which are included JohnnSundwcelfoMrs.heuniuo ,eal,.__
iomtenor soeo the script. Mrs. Maria Crane, Mrs. Walter Miss Margaret Bennett of Pitts- BE U Y HO P
opportunities for those women who SautLowo, Mrs. alLine g.Mrs. burgh successfully operates a coal
do not card to take cast or chorus nelLcwoMsJaeHM- mine and a large sawmill.
parts. The' chairmen of the various Buny Mrs. Walter A. Reichart, -___ -- -R-aeyu emnn
Mrs. Ralph Sawyer, lirs. Burton
committees are: Ruth Van Tuyl, as- ThemavMssyEthelermormict
sistant chairmaneandcinrcharge.of
sisantcharma an inchageof ~is Lara . Cmpblland Ms Fur FgCoats 50c a Curl
trot;Jnaernfnne MssLuaGjapel n is rr
C l i f f o r d , n e , pa r dpf n a n c s;s; DoMa r j o r i ey.RoM ct a R e d ,_ro g r m s ;_at h l e nECl i f o r d , p r o p rM a k e u pjo r iR ee-- -r e dep ,R epa iP E R S O N A L I TYSOA L IB O B SN
Clung, music; Lucillle Strauss, modeled--d-Rlin-
dancing; Hermine Soukup, make- mrdeeanabRled b
uip; Margaret Hapgood, costumes'; I0Pie esnbe b
Margaret Eaman, usher, and Helen? Special for one week only. Celt Hats M.MA RC
Domine, publicity, made on the Head. E.ML. Greenbaum
Antioch College has introduced; McKinsey Hat Shop t 448 Spring Street f Dial 3083
What is believed to be the first col- 227 South State Phone 9625
legiat~e "Leap Week," during which 1.___________________
co-oids do'all the dating. I__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_______.afiew -w~--- -~-- ill

UNIVERSITY BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS OFFERS WOMEN
BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURING GOOD POSITIONS
"Many industries and corpora-
tions do not offer opportunities fort lug its functions for this year, in This material affords an opportun-,
women to the extent that they do the Registrar's office, room 4 of 'i[; to the bureau Uf getting in.
for men; consequently, we are put- University hall. touch with each individual's needs
ting forth every effort to establii;h The bureau has gathered a grat-in rder to place t,?iem in sultat'ep
j many connections as possiblet deal of occupational inform) ton ! lesitions.
with the business institutions wh orTwtheebenes t¢of the staff sfwho
0are looking for permnanent po~i- w ebr ftesafo
do employ women," announced T.! tioins when they gnadicite cithcrr in brau will have a desk in the out-
ILuther Purdom, the new directo'r Fobruary of in Julie, Certain pri t.er Registrar's office for the puro:;tr
of the University Bureau of :p-' ed material asking for infornia4iod ' of answering questiong and ac-
pointments and Occupational In- en vocational plans will be distr i- 1q ,uainting those interested with the
formation, which is today initial- buted to seniors when classifying,I service offered.

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Have Lunch in the
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Attend the
Sophomore Cabaret!
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and
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