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Nine Other"Women, to
Secondary Individual
in Coming Play.

Portray
Parts

ANNOUNCE TICKET SALE
Cast and Conmittee Completing
Preliminary Preparations
and Practices.
Six junior women have been se-
lected 'to play the leading roles in
"State Street," the coming produc-
tion of the annual Junior Girls'
play. Jeanette Dale, Kathleen
Badger, Barbara Stratton, Jane
Robinson, Vivian Bullock, and
Helen Carrm have been assigned to
the parts which will command the
greatest prominence.
In addition to the leais. nine oth-
ers will have individual parts,
which will be portrayed by Olym-
pia La Marca, Lois Benson, Evelyn
Sharff, Jean Boswell, Marjory Mc-
Clung, Josselyn McLean, Ruth
Bishop, Josephine Smith, and Al-
bertina Maslen.
Choruses Will Support Cast.
Other members of the general
cast of the Junior Gi'rls' Play will
have places in the various choruses.
With the free employment of
dances and songs, the play will
continue the musical comedy tra-
dition which has become an essen-
tial feature of the production.
Intensive training of chorus
groups has been under way for sev-
eral weeks, and the cast has al-
ready undertaken the preliminary
work of rehearsals. All prepara-
tions for the poduction will be com-
pleted by March 17, when the play
will open for a week's run in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theater. This
year's Junior Girls' Play will be
presented in a University building,
for the first time since the play's
removal from Sarah, Caswell Angell
hall in Barbour gymnasium to the
Whitney theater.
Committees Arrange Details.
Helen Jones is acting as general
chairman of the junior production,
assisted by a general committee of
ten members. The various com-
mittees under each of these chair-
men are engaged in working out
the various details of the play's
production..
Amy Loomis, director of the
League theater, is acting as direc-
tor of the latest production. Miss
Loomis has directed two Junior
' G'rls' Plays in the past, "Castles in
Spain" and "Becky Behave."
The general ticket sale will open
in 'Ann Arbor on March 12, at the
League theater box office.$Prices
of seats will range from $2.50 to

ByJ.H. L
1 II IISIN~gTIfIIUII "Have a date with an Alpha Chi I
I Omega? That is, a stuffed date, Bridge Party Sponsored by Glee Women's League and W.A.A.
you know, at the Penny Carnival, .Club Promises Pleasing Plan Party; Nine Girls to n
being held March 5, in Barbour Entertainment. Model Fashions.
gymnasium. And if you are still NG O
hungry after that, b v som candy NEGRO QUARTET TO SING ROSE ROOT WILL SPEAK
from the League, or the Kappa's, or --
.Gamma Phi Beta is Tickets for the University Girls' The ballroom of the Women's!t
selling cookies which ought to go Glee club bridge party which wi League building will furnish the I
a well with the Sorosis ice cream ei Satuday afternoon setting for a dance and fashion
f f 1, in the ballroom of the League
Te first thing to do upon enter- building, will be on sale at the door show this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.n
ing the building, after pyiga for all those who have not acquired Bob Carson's orchestra is to fur-
penny at the door, is to ch.k.th them from members of the organ- nish the music for the first party
penn atthedoo, i tocheck the ainThsleotckshsa-prt
coat and hat, (or pot) with the zation. The sale of tickets has al- of the year to be given by the o
A. O. Pi's. In order that everyone ready passed the four hundred Women's League and the Women's
may put his be foot forward, h margin that the members hoped to' gs
Alpha Phis are shining shoes. And reach in the beginning. Athletic Association.
the Tr Delts will be holdingh The main attraction of the en- During the intermission of one t
hhiinsg tertainment will be a negro quar- hour at 4:00, nine Michigan woment
booth ' tet which will carry southern melo- i will model fashions for this springo
Most people especially young dies back to mind after so much and summer, which will include all
ost Ie spally you- winter weather. The quartet will the styles from the sportiest tennis
people, are curious about the fu- be assisted b other song and dance frock to the most sophisticated!
bereassistedrbbyr issophisticated
tell any one all about it, and if numbers at various intervals dur- Ievening ensemble.
B.el anne all aboug nif ing the bridge party. Complete ensembles will be .dis-
Brteyrcannt , pe ic eg ie The prizes for men were fur- played, even to hats and bags and ,
or terrible things, which ever way nished by Wahr's and by Saffel & formal evening wraps, each of
may do it better. Bush. The women's prizes were which Miss Rose Root will describet
SAlpha Delta Pi guarantees tofurmshed by Foster's Art Shop. J. in detail as it is displayed.-
hay L. Hudson and Co., donated the Following the fashion show the s
Wh sHelen Jones, ;show any one who will pay the score pads and tallies, dancing will continue until 5:30,
Who is general chairman of price, exactly what the much talk-s.n:
"State Street," forthcoming Junior ed about "Missing Link" consists of. This party will provide the time, and refreshments will be served in
Girls' Play. The price, of course, is one whole place, and opportunity to pay off the ballroom itself. The League c
copper cent. your social obligations of the first and W. A. A. extend an invitatione
Those inclined towards the sport- semester and to enjoy a few hours to all women on the campus to at-f
CLASS BASKETBALL ling life may find amusement and of stimulating bridge. tend.
WILL END SEASONI pleasure, to say nothing of
Ihealthy exercise, at Couzens Hall1
IN GAMETUESDAY fish pond. Phi Sigma Sigma will HOUSE COMMITTEE INDICATES RULESa
amuse those interested in the I REGARDING USAGE OF LEAGUE ROOMS
Only three more games are leftt drama with a "Pantomine" booth,
on the interclass basketball sched- Who has not, in his younger Announcement was made yester- .
ule for this year, all of which will days, after reading stories of Cap- is no smoking, nor it is otherwise
be played off by next Tuesday. At tarn Kidd and "Blackbeard," gone day by the House committee of the unnecessarily disturbed.
4 o'clock yesterday the seniors play- hunting for pirate dens and buried League building in regard to the to
ed the freshmen, 'and the sopho- treasure? All one's childish fan- use of certain lounges and commit- With the approach of Ann Ar-
mores met the juniors in Bar- cies will be realized if one boards tee rooms. In accordance with a bor's annual rainy season, new
bour gymnasium. Tuesday thel th Kappa Delta "Pirate Ship," ruling that was made several signs will be posted at various
sophomore-freshman game will which will bein dry dock at Bar- weeks ago, notices have been plac- places in the building to the effect
close the season. bour gym on Wednesday night. we aodshv en
The annual basketball banquet From this variety of booths, the ed on the doors of rooms, particu- that coats, rubbers, and umbrellas!
will take place Thursday, March 6, most original and the most profit- larly the Alumnae room, whenever are to be checked while in the
at the Field house. At this time!, able, that is, the one taking in the it has been reserved for a meeting. building. The House committee
awards will be presented to mem- most money, wil be awarded' Although such a notice may ap- asks that these requests be observ-
bers of firs; Learns, anc to those prizes.. pear on a door, other persons are ed as great damage can be done to
women who have earned point' Last but not least comes just a not forbidden the use of the room
awards. The intramural champion- whisper about the big mystery show until the hour for which the room the furnishings of the rooms by
'ship cup will also be presented at taking place in Sarah Caswell An- has been reserved, providing there wet wraps.
this time, as the finals of the tour- gell hall. The secret cannot be kept illitl iN illltllltll illi
nament are taking place at the much longer, but all that is known
Penny Carnival on March. 5. Inow is that there is something just
All the members of the inter- , y" about it.
class teams, but especially the sen--~ ~
iors and juniors, are requested by{TYPEWRITERS
Margaret Ohlson, '30, interclass' RIBBONS=I
manager, to buy their tickets for SUPPLIESwI
the banquet today. All tickets for all makes of
must be purchased by Tuesday. Typewriters.
The price is one dollar. Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
A novel arrangement has been best quality at a moderate price. =
planned for this year's affair,=1 F1 S CH=L
which is to be a surprise to thosI O. D. MORRILL
who attend the banquet 314 South State St. Phone 6615
N~have Paiey seen i to a i
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying wA the Miss of Collegiate-
r backround-whePeveP there
GO To UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE "sa choicepre1ePen always
For Everything Musical ihs upon fhtsemi-ailored
fboc & o simpe lineNakfa ,,
Radios:-
Majestic, Victor, Crosley .r 7he Co/ins J/ppe
TERMS Piano:- 4A., socks them f hei, bes
to t Baldwin, Kohler & Campbell t I jo chic ad o l
Ply hie I n T o nC iC and owe'Sl npice
Play while Orchestral Instruments Tbiw
You PaY Victor, Columbia, Brunswick .. he bei.
Records
ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr. L R.TY
601 East William Street Phone 7515 AA
"Excus/eneffwithou/fx/rovcv ace..

Cosmopolitan
eature a group
on the annual p
national Night,
auditorium. This
ive myth will be
eral Chinese ma

their gaily colored s1ken robes, in-
terpreting the story of "The Cow
Herd and the Spinning Maid."
The legend tells of a spinning
maid who was so skillful and dili-
gent that the King of Heaven had
given her the right to choose her
own husband. Following the cus-
tom of her people, she threw a
flower ball and set the whole hea-
ven moving; no star could catch
that ball of love. It naturally fell
to the cowherd on the other side
of the river.
After the wedding of' the pair,
they played all the time, neglect-
ing their duties. Cows ran wild.
Finally it became so serious that
the King of Heaven had to break
the pair and took the girl back to
her old home, and ordered that
they would be able to see each oth-
er only on the seventh day of the
seventh month at the seventh hour.
This according to the ancient
Chinese belief, is the occasion for
celebrating as a festival the sev-
enth day of the seventh month in
China. At that time every year the
girls pray to the Spinning Maid, a
star up at the east side of the Sil-
ver River, for skill in their work,
while the boys pray to the cowherd,
a star on the west side of the river,
for the fulfillment of love.
The list of Chinese students who
will interpret this myth are Yunice
Tsao, Fung Ling Liu, Yen-Wen
Mao, Nettle Soohoo, and Maida
Kuo.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the
Archery club at 4 o'clock tonight
at the archery range at the.Field
house. Practice is now being
held for the Indoor meet.

A T IONALI
PROGRAM
SELECTED
Club will again
of Chinese women
rogram for Inter-
March, in Hill
year a quaint na-
portrayed by sev-
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Friday, Feb. 28:
3:30-4:30, chorus E (2), com-
mittee room.
3:30-4:30, chorus C, lounge 2.
4:30-5:30, chorus F, commit-
tee room.
4:30-5:30, chorus H, dining
room B and C.
7:00-8:00, chorus G, lounge 2
7:00, Cast, garden room.
8:00-9:00, chorus B, committee
room.
8:00-9:00, chorus D, lounge 2.
Saturday, March 1:
10:00-12:00, Act I, cast and
choruses, ball room.

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Folks Say rvu
"You have the best
Fifty-Cent Luncheons
in Town" -
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E.4vening5~ Dine I1.IJU
Delicious T-Bone Steak $1.25
Deliious Sunday Niiht Suppers
65cto $1.25

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