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League Officers Are Nominatedl
for Spring Elections, Wed.,
nesday, April 2.
Vote Will be Taken at Election I
on Present System of

March 25-29
2:30-Women's club, League
3:00--League undergraduate
tea, Ethel Fountain Hussey room.
4:00-Oriental girls, League
garden room.
7:15-University Girls' Glee
club Leage committe room_

Nominations for officers of the 7:30-Athena, Cave. 4
Women's League have been an- 7:30-Portia, Portia room, An-
nounced by Margaret Bush, '30, gell hall.
president of the League. Elections Wednesday.
will be held on Wednesday, April 4:00-Phi Delta, League build- Assoclatem Press8 hoto
2, in University hall, in which all ing. Joan Keena
University women are eligible to 6:45-Eta Sigma Phi, League Daughter of the American con-
sul-general at Paris, is winning
Three candidates from the sen- 7:00-Mu Phi Epsilon, League fame as a dancer on the French
for class have been nominated for Cave.stage
president: Eleanor Cooke, Hermine 7:30-Pi Lambda Theta, Lea-
Soukup, and Jane Yearnd; for vice- gue Alumnae room.
president, Helen Jones, '31, and Al. ThursdayW
bertina Maslen, 31; recording see- 4:00-Oriental girls, League
retary, Louise Breakey, '32, and garden room.
Katherine Ferrin, '32; correspond- 5:00-Board of Representa-
ing secretary, Emily Bates, '32, and tives, League committee room.
Jane Inch, '32; . treasurer, Dorothy 7:00-Intramural Sport Meet, 1 1CTICE PLANNED
Birdzell, '32, and Lois McGuire, '32. Palmer field house.
Nominate Board Members Saturday Instruction to be Offered to
Candidates for senior representa- 2:45-A. A. U. W., League C
tives for the Board of Directors building.
are: Helen Cheever, Margaret Hap- 4:00-Portia tea, League Cave This Week.j
good, Mary Ann Joslyn, Dorothy
McGuffie. Nominations for junior'- - TO HOLD MEET APRIL 8
representatives to the Board are: STRESSES NEED OF
Edwinna Jenny, Helen KitzmilerJInstruction will be offered to all
Lucile Lowe, and Lois Sandler; for JOURNALISM WORK women interested in the inter-clas; a
sophomore representatives, Jean IN EVERY COLLEGE swimming meet, at 8 o'clock Tues-I
Botsford, Helen DeWitt, Catherinei day and Thursday of this week in
Heeson, and Margaret Keal. Speaking before a meeting of the the Union pool. The meet, which
For senior members of the Judi- Michigan Woman's Press associa- is to be held Tuesday, April 8, will
ciary Council, Marion Reading and tion in 1925, Miss Louise E. Dew, a be a combined interclass and tele-
Janet Woodmansee have been nom- graduate of the University, told her graphic intercollegiate meet. The
inated. Candidates for the junior views on journalism for women. other universities participating are
members are: Sally Ensminger, "If I were a millionaire," she Ohio State, Indiana, Iowa, and Illi-
Winifred Gore, Katherin Koch, said, "I would endow every state Ilols.
and JeanAe Roberts. University with a journalism de- The events in the intercollegiate
Include W. A. A. Elections partment." She believed that the meet will be the 40 yd. crawl, 40
letic association will be held at th specialized training that one would yd. breas sroke, 40 yd. back stroke
'ame time as those for the League, receive in such a course would be and the 150 yd. free style. In addi--
Caucusingmrevhos tor the eueo beneficial in several kinds of work, ;tion to these, the interclass meet
Caucusing previous to the election besides providing the necessary will include a six man relay and
has been prohibited, with the prov- training and background that are diving. There will be two dives in
ision that any cases reported willnenin journalism. this event, on standard and the
be declared ineligible for election.;nee njunls. nsadr n h
A questionnaire, explaining the Refuting a prejudice believed to other optional.
nominating system used at present . eheld by newspaper editors, Miss The instruction which will be
fDew said. "people have come to me given in the next two weeks, will
with a request for an opinion o and said that editors would refuse b concerned chiefly with the tech-
it or suggestions for improvement, to employ anyone graduated from nicalities of racing, such as pool
will be given out at the time of a school of journalism. That is turns and racing starts. During the
voting. mistake. It is only fihe hackwoods second week, Miss Laurie Campbell,,
editor who holds such an opinion, of the physical education depart-
Ghandi Calls on Women A journalistic education will not in- ment, will be at the pool, in order
of India to Aid Revolt sure a high position nor excellence to help in the organization of
-in that position, but it will furnish teams. The class managers for the
Mahatma Ghandi, Indian popular the background that is needed. It I meet are, senior, Frances Sackett;
leader, announced Sunday after. is like preparing thoroughly for junior, Elizabeth Whitney; soph-
his arrival at Suva, India, that wom- any other profession, whether it be omore, Emily Bates; freshman,
en who could arrange for the satis- law, medicine or engineering." Jean Botsford.
factory care of their children should In regard to self-made men and
join in the civil disobedience cam- women, Miss Dew still held her
paign against the British govern- view on the need of an education.' OPTICAL
ment. Miss Kamaladevi Chatto- If the famous self-made men were
padhyava, a prominent social work- asked their views, she asserted, heyD
er, will tour Bombay presidency would probably express regret thati! iEPAR LX.L1 .LLI T
and enroll two sets of women vol- they had not been able to train
unteers, one to take active part in their minds more thoroughly for Lenses and Frames Made to Order
'the campaign and the other for thcir opportunities. Optical Prescriptions Filled
.propaganda work. Mrs. Ghandi will In concluding, Miss Dew stressed
lead the first party of thirty-seven the need for training in the English1{
:women to Titel where they will join language. She showed the difficulty, H A LL ER 'S
the campaign to violate the salt of work without a foundation and
laws. Camps will be established for the futility of a foundation with- STATE STREET JEWELERS
the workers whenever possible. out the proper initiative.
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for sleeping, for leisure, and for active hours. These new creations
_ offer 72 inches of pyjama, 36 inches around the ankle.
The very newest swagger style.
$1.95, $2.95 and $3.95

towards Play Production, a part of
I the department of speech, which is
a "newcomer upon a campus in-
Voting on Prohibition Question tensely interested in dramatics,"
to Continue at All Booths as Dr. Frank E. Robbins, assistant
to the president, termed it in en
Throughout Day. article in the Michigan Alumnus
of March 8. He went on to explain
!ALL REQUESTED TO VOTE that the Play Production depart-
ment, under the direction of Val-
Results of. the Daily prohibition entine B. Windt, is totally self-
poll yesterday revealed that a total I supporting. Students paint thei
own scenery, build equipment, de-
of 511 women on the campus cast sign and make costumes, and take
their ballots, which number in- in enough money from productions
eludes all those in the various to pay all incidental expenses.
schools and colleges on campus. Four Courses Are Offered
Today a final opportunity will be A total of 110 students are en-
offered to those who have not yet rolled in the four courses, which
voted lotsfrwonaven are. elementary dramatic produc-
voted. Ballots for women have been tion, acting, stage-craft and ad-
provided at booths in University vanced dramatic production. These
hall, Angell hal lobby, Barbour courses teach not only acting, but
gymnasium, the League building. all the detailed knowledge which
the Diagonal at State street, and accompanies the actual staging
the Diagonal in front of the Li-. and producing of plays. Besides
brary. In addition to this, profes- this, writing of plays is encourag-
sional women may vote at the I ed. In a recent one-act play contest
same booths as the men in their three plays were selected to com-
school. pete in the finals, from which one
Designate Vote By Colleges f will be selected as winner. Last
An analysis of the total number, year a book was published contain-
of women's votes shows that the ing four one-act plays written by
College of Literature, Science, and play production students entitled
the Arts polled 480 votes, the Law "University of Michigan Plays."
School, 6, Business .Administration, Students Remodel Auditorium
6, Engineering and Architecture, Few people realize to what ex-
1, Dentistry, 7, and the Medical tent the old decrepit University
school, 11. ! hall auditorium has been utilized
Prohibition has again come to by this department. Because it was
the fore since the discussion of the I condemned when they took it over,
,repeal of the Eighteenth amend- I the students removed all seats un-
ment and the Volstead act has der the balcony, and then proceed-
been brought before Congress. ed to stipple the walls, hang cur-
Women's Groups Testify tains, and make two decorative
Five outstanding women of the lamps for either side of the stage,
country appeared as witnesses be- which they transformed into a
fore a recent meeting of the House workable laboratory for the pro-
Judiciary council during February duction of their plays. Here thcy
upholding proposals to repeal or present a number of plays every
modify the amendment of the Vol- year to people who are interested
stead act. In another meeting of -- -
the same committee on March 12, NOTICE
during the hearing on opposition of All women who signed up for
the repeal of the prohibition laws,. dances for the Freshman Pa-
twenty other prominent women geant should report for practice
gathered from every section of the at the scheduled time, begin-
United States to present their tes- ning this week. Miss Sylvia
timony. Adams, advisor, will arrange the
Representative Mary T. NortonI time and group for those women
of New Jersey, Mrs. Charles H.-; who would still like to sign up. I
Sabin, of the Women's Organiza-
tion for National Prohibition Re-__
form, Mrs. David H. Morton, of the
Women's Committee for thenRepeal Furs and Fur Coats
of the Eighteenth Ai-endment,
and Miss Louise Gross, of the Wom-
en's Moderation league, testified toMakeup, Repaired, Re-
the fact that the prohibition law modelled and Relined
as it now stands in a failure.
Express Favor of Present Law Prices Reasonable
Mrs. Henry Ford, Mrs. Thomas A.
Edison, and Mrs. Henry W. Pea- E. L. Greenbaum
body, chairman of the Woman's
National Committee for Law En- 448 Spring Street
forcement, on the other hand, Phone 9625
adopt a more cheerful attitude,


1;in dramatics. Play production is
limited, as are all other dramatic
ances each year, with admission
charged. Board of Directors and Leaguc
Provide Library for Students * House Committee Invite
Besides remodeling the auditor- All Women.
ium, the students in the Play Pro-
duction classes utilized an adjoin-
ing classroom and made it into a Members of the Board of Direc-
general recreation room tastefully tors of the Women's League and th-
decorated in green with futuristic House committee of the League
pictures, and comfortable furni- building will serve tea to Univer.-
ture. Here they have a library with sity women from 3 to 5 o'clock this
a growing collection of books avail- afternoon in the Ethel Fountain
able to all students in the depart- Hussey lounge. An invitation is ex-
ment. Play Production is justly tended to all women students.
proud of its Green room, and yet it The tea giver. today will be the
feels that it has earned a theatre first of a series of informal teas to
of its own to be used for the teach- be sponsored by the two groups,
ing of acting and stage craft, and for the purpose of affording the
additional rooms for painting, sew- women an opportunity to make
ing, dyeing, and storing of prop- closer contact with the women's
erties and costumes governing body.

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