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Theater Cited; Privileges Ofi
Building Inclusive 77
Significant of a climax in the I I J ,X
history of coeducation at Michigan,!
the dedication of the new League I
building on the afternoon of Junes
14 marks the culmination of a
splendid effort on the part of Mich-
igan women to secure for them- !+
selves the same advantages enjoyed I
by men at the Michigan Union. 'k
The dedication ceremonies were ' r
held in the Lydia Mendelssohn4
theater and the main address was j ,f
given by Senator Arthur H. Van- 7.Z , 4A
denberg of Grandt Rapids.
The program, as outlined by
Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, former 1IIrt\J
chairman of the Alumnae council t.a
and in charge of plans for the dedi- -. s.
cation, included an invocationw
given by the Reverend Allison
Heaps ofthe Congregational Church=
of Ann Arbor, and music by a
quartet from the University Girls' j
Gluee Club, under the direction of The main doorway of the new
Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the Michigan League, facing on Ingalls i
School of Music. An architectural Street. Figures bearing the in-+
conception of the League was dis- scriptions Character and Friend-
cussed by Irving K. Pond of Chica- 'ship surmount the entrance as pie-
go, whose efforts as architect, and tured. The League was opened to,
those of his brother, the late Allen the women of the University and (
C. Pond, were responsible for mak-
ing the building the beautiful Dramatic Clubs
structure which now stands on theO T Women
corner of Ingalls Street and North
University. James Murfin of De-
troit was also one of the speakers. 1Eachya h potnte o
Student representatives who took women to participate in campus
part in the dedication ceremonies dramatics ar increasing; there
were Mary J. White, '29, retiring are now three dramatic organiza-
president of the women's self-gov- tions. on the campus, in which wo-
ernment organization, and Mar- men have a place.F
garet Bush, '30, recently elected Mummers is the onWy one of these .
president. Miss White gave a brief open only to women. All freshmen
description of the various rooms in are eligible to try out. Last year
the building, pointing out to they presented two one-act plays
which alumnae group each room and many of its members spoke or
was dedicated. The topic of Miss, entertained at various clubs in Ann
Bush's talk was the future of the C't
Women's league with special em- C edClorn pn othie and
phasis on the part to be played by omnan open ha bt enamd
We ne builing.women and now has an equal num-
Since its opening on May 4, the ber of each. Last year women took'
League has proved to be a popular, part in each of the four plays,
place not only for the undergrad Comedy Club productions are open
uates of the University, but also for tote public society original-
the townspeople of Ann Arbor. iedaai'oit rgnl
Privileges of the building are ex- ly open only to men, now admits
tended to everyone alike, except women to the casts of its plays.
for certain restrictions which limit .
its use to members of the League
according to a system similar to Daw n Donuts
that of a club.. The Jessie Horton
Koessler library with its collection
of books donated by the undergrad- T he Partner for
nate women- in honor of Mrs. W. D.
Henderson, executive secretary of your Cofee
the alumnae, the Ethel Fountain
Hussey women's lounge, the Hazel at Breakfast
Whittaker Vandenberg lounge for Our jismarcks and Raised
both men and women, and the Ly-
dia Mendelssohn theater, seating Donuts at all the stones
750 people, are among the most and restaurants
elaborate of 'all the rooms.

SHIP, CHARACTER
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their guests with a fitting cere-
mony last spring, and was dedicat-
ed on June 14.
It marks the culmination of sev-
eral years' work and 'typifies. the
manifold advantages now afforded
the women students at Michigan.
Distinctive

Colorful Traditions i DEFTNESS OPENS AVIATION FIELD r|i DII.l|f I
Observed By.Senior TO SKILLFUL UNIVERSITY WOMEN IfLL "BU"'" "ULES
W omen During Year
Senior Breakfast In Commencement Woman Flyer Considers Proposed men interested in aviation and MADE BY
Week Ends Year Replete With seAeronautical Association wives of pilots, but not necessarily
eeksEndsYAcReplee'ViGood Plan women who have actually flown.
Season's Activities They entertain prominent women Freshmen Women Will Receive
pilots and recently had as their Copies Of Rules To Be Dis-
Of the many picturesque tradi- "People are readily becoming air guests, Lady Mary Heath and Mis tributed By Pan-Hellenic
tions which belong to Michigan minded It Is now generally agreed Amelia Earhart.
Masque ball was carried out during that there is a field for women in Organization Urged Here FEW ChANGES ARE MADE
this past school year, aviation and that their accom- Miss Flo believes that Detroit
~women would be only too grad to In the new rules issued by the
The Freshman Spread, a peppy plishments in this line are not as! sponsor an organization here in Pan-Hellenic association, several
Sinformal evening party, was the !limited as most people thought view of the fact that they them- revisions of minor importance ap-
first traditioal eventoby the an them to be in the beginning." This selves are so much interested in pear. These will go into effect this
hswasBlloed bythan-opinion was expressed by Miss Ber-- further aviation. "To be one of the fall. The formal period of soror-
dance given by the Inter-Sorority thu C. Flo, '31, first Michigan W first institutions to found such an ity rushing will begin, according to
Association, during the Thanksgiv- n Fo make a solo flight. organizaion would be a creditable the announcement, on Thursday,
Assatonthing," Miss Flo averred. September 20, and continue until
Just before the Christmas holl- Flying Requires Skill "Aviation is a coming thing," "she Friday, October 4.
days, the Woman's League gave its Since flying requires deftness continued. f"Itt has been predicted The time which rushing dinners
annual bazaar, For three days peo- rather than strength, Miss Flo sees that in seVen years a person who may last has been shortened from
s unable to fly will be as unusual 10:00 o'clock to 3:30, while formal
pie thronged Barbour gym to pur- no reason why women cannot be- as a person today who cannot dinners will close at 10:00 o'clock
chase wares.hAt the same time as come skillful enough to take an ac- operate an automobile. It is a) instead of 11:00. Another change
three-rig, performance affair tive part in the industry. Miss Flo quick and economical mode of in the plans is an increase in the
was given.t made her first solo flight last fallransportation, and it will be amount of money which may be
much cheaper than a car later spent for music.
One of the biggest events of the j after only nine hours of inlstruc-when airplanes are manufactured All the social sororities, by vir-
winter season was the Penny car- tion. She is the sister of Lieut. i on a large scale production basI. ture of being members in the inter-
snval.pLeonard S. Flo, well known pilot In reality, the material for a plane sorority organization, agree to
The Junior Gui's Play, written, koni h frpaesroiytot
cTe nd acte entey, by who has taken over the new mu- is already less expensive than for comply with this schedule of rules,
oostumed, and acted entirely by nicipal airport here, an automobile." which is issued every spring. As
juniore n asn gverndeasly Ai sht Facilities Are Available in the past one day has been set
the second semester and was by Asked what she thought of the Miss Flo added that for women aside for pledging. This will take
far the most elaborate of any of proposed Aeronautical Association who are really interested in learn- place next fall on Sunday, October
the undertakings. for women at the University of ing more about aviation, excellent 6.
IIn the springtime, Lantern Night. apltisudb h 'n
sign nifying the progress of the tMichigan, Miss Flo said she saw facilities are available at the local A pamphlet issued by the Pan-
lsesgisheld, d the Fres hn no reason why it should not ma- airport. In time, she concluded, -lellenic Association will be dis-
wclasses, is held, and the Freshmaomen will consider it no more out tributed to freshmen women dur-
Pageant in connection with it. The terialize soon. The National Wo- of the ordinary to enjoy an after- * registration week, in order to
last traditional event, comes in the men's Aeronautical association was noon in the air than they now do familiarize them with th' system.
lull between finals and commence- founded in Detroit, where it has canoeing, golf or horseback rid-
ment--the Senior Breakfast- its headquarters, about a year ago. Ing.
Demand for automobiles in Spain! It has about 10 branches scattered
this year now far exceeds the sup-! in other cities throughout the The first inter-colonial post of
ply. country, Miss Flo declared. Such I the United States was organized N ew
organizations are composed of wo- and put in operation May 1, 1693.
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