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SUNDAY. PE13RUAR.Y 22.1931

TrHFPMTCHIGAN DAILY

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Annual Junior Girls' Play

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ULL PLY FIRST
NIGHT TO SENIORS
Faculty, Fraternities, Alumni
Will Attend Play on
Various Nights.
MORE THAN 90 IN CAST
Mail Order Sale of Tickets Will
Begin March 2; Box Office
Open Afteri March 9.
"Came the Dawnl" the 1931 Jun-
ior Girls' Play, will be presented
from March.16 to March 21 in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theater. At the
first performance the twenty-sev-
enth senior class to attend a Play,
wearing cap and gown for the first
time, will be honored by the jun-
iors. The remaining performances
will be open to the general public.1
As is customary, the Friday night
of the play will be Fraternity and
Sorority night, while S a t u r d a y
night will be Alumni night. In hon-
or of one of the characters in
"Came the Dawn!" an innovation
2 the form of a Faculty night has
been planned. This will be the
Tuesday night in the week of the
Flay.
Dorothy Birdzell to Sell Tickets.
The mail order sale of tickets will
begin March 2. Orders are to be
sent to Dorothy Birdzell, 836 Tap-
pan, and not to the Lydia Mendels-
sohn theater, where the play is to
be given. The box office sale will
open March 9. The only restriction
on the sale of tickets will be for
Monday, March 16, when only a few
balcony seats will be available to
any one but senior women.
More than 90 women are taking
part in "Came the Dawn!" while as
many more are working on the
business and technical side of the
production. Cast and choruses for
the play have been rehearsing since
before the final examinations of the
last semester.
Miss Loomis is Directing.
The play was written by Donna
Jones and Jeannie Roberts, and is
being directed by Amy Loomis, who
directed last year's play, "State
Street," as well as several others,
before becoming director of the
Lydia Mendelssohn theater.
"Came the Dawn!" is a comedy
of campus life. but is different from
its predecessors of the same type
in that the student, faculty mem-
ber, or alumus, who sees the play
will be able to recognize the people
places, and actions as the same
which surround him on the campus
every day.
JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY
REHEARSALS.
Monday, Feb. 23
3:00 Cast of Act II, Lydia Men-
delssohn theater.
3:30 Chorus E, Committee room.
3:30 Chorus F, Cave.
4:30 Chorus A, Committee room.
4:30 Chorus C, Cave.

STUDENT HEADS
WELLESLEY CLUB
Associated Press I'iutu
Sheila Burton,
Head of the Outing Club at Wel-
li1e college near Boston, Massa-
chusetts, who is shown here in ski-
ing costume.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB,
SINGS FOR DEANS
Announce Change of Place for
Benefit Bridge.
Yesterday morning at the invi-
tation of Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean of
Women, the University Girls' Glee
club entertained the National As-
sociation of the Deans of Women
who are holding their annual con-
vention thi; week. Several num-
bers were given under the direction
of Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the
University School of Music.
An announcement of change in
the place where the benefit bridge
of the Glee club is to be held is
made. Instead of the ball room of
the League building, the Grand
Rapids room will be used for the
' bridge party on February 28, pro-
' ceeds of which are to finance the
concert trips of the Glee club to
Michigan cities.
Several prizes have been donated
by local merchants to be given to
the players. Each member of the
Glee club has been given four tick-
ets, price of which Are twenty-five
cents, and any one wishing a table
may secure tickets from a member
or make reservations with Helen
DeWitt, '33, at 7117.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Feb. 20-Women students at the
university have petitioned that
smoking rooms ',e set aside for
their use, according to arumor
afloat here late tonight.

TO BE HELD SOON,
Michigan, Ohio State, Indiana to
Make up Opposing
Factions.
In the triangular debate between,
the University of Indiana, O h i o
State University, and the University
of Michigan,. Michigan's negative
team will debate against Ohio's
affirmative next Thursday in Ath-
ens, Ohio, and Michigan's affirma-
tive team will oppose Indiana's neg-
ative Saturday in Ann Azbor.
Dorothy Daniels, '32, will be the
first negative speaker; Jeanne Hag-
aman, '33, the second, and Eva
Hesling, '33, the captain, will de-
liver the closing speech. This team
represented Michigan against the
affirmative of Detroit City College
earlier in the year, and Miss Hes-
ling also debated both semesters
last year.
Of the affirmative speakers, Helen
Haapamaki, '32, will be the first;
Dorothy Diehl, '32, or Eleanor Gil-
more, '33, the second, and Dorothy
Davis, '33, the captain, third. The
women on this team had the prac-
tice of debating as a unit when
they too withstood a team of the
Detroit City College last semester.
The captain, Miss Davis, was a
member of the debating team from
Royal Oak, Michigan, which won
the State High School Champion-
ship in 1929.
The subject of the debates is "Re-!
solved that the several states should
enact legislation providing for com-
pulsory liability insurance for auto-
mobile owners."
Michigan won both of the debates
in the triangle last year. Additional
contests are being arranged for this
season with Oberlin and North-
western.
Interclass Basketball
Gams Start Tuesday

RUSHING DINNERS ARE FEATURED Deans of Women Hold
ONSORORITY SOCIAL CALENDARS National Conference
as University Guests
Installation of Officers fl s ity has entertained several guests
Figures in Sorority at rushing dinners during the last As guests of the University of
Activities. few days.
Rushing at the Sigma Kappa I.hgn the National Association
--- house has been in the form of din_ of Deans of Women gazthered for]
C harminbg appointments and ners, Wednesday and Thursday a general meeting in the Lydia
clever color schemes have been nights of this week. Wednesday Mndelssohn Theatre of the Michi-I
used at sorority rushingsodiaea evening silver and yellow flowers gan League building at 10 o'clock
whih hveoccpid te scil cl-and table decorations were used;
endar of the societies during the Thursday the spring motif wasucar- yesterday morning.
first week of the new semester. Two Tied out in flowers and appoint- Eleanor Cook, '31, president of
sororities wish to announce the ments. the Women's League, gave the
pledgings. Installation of officers opening speech, "T h e Women's
for the second semester took place Alpha Chi Omega house Wed- League and Its Building." Dean
at another sorority. nesday evening. Pale green tapers Alice C. Lloyd outlined "New Op-
Kappa Alpha Theta announces and talisman roses as a center- portunities for Women at Michi-
the re-pledging of Catharin Fitze- piece were on the long tables. gan." The University Girls' Glee
Patrick,33, of Grand Rapids, Mic Thursday evening the dinner table Club sang three selections.
igan. was decorated with pale yellow Sarah M. Sturtevant, Associate'
Mrs. A. T. Littleton, of Corning, candles and daffodils. Bob Car- Professor of Education, Teachers'
New York, has been a guest at the son's orchestra furnished music for College, Columbia University, New:
Alpha Xi Delta house this week. the two affairs. York, New York, gave the addrsse
Gamma Phi Beta wishes to an- Installation of officers for the on "The State Organization of
nounce the pledging of Olive Chad- second semester was held Monday Deans of Women-a Professional
wick, '32BAd, of Detroit. The soror- ni ht at the Alp hiOm Opportunity." Under the leader-

COLLEGE LEADER
ADDREISSES CLUB

Deeware Foreign
Described by

Study
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Intramural managers will hold a
meeting at 4 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon, Feb. 24, in Barbour gymnasi-
um.
All women students who signed
up for fencing are asked to attend
an important meeting at 5 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Entrants in the ping-pong tourn-
anent will be paired off tomorrow
afternoon and will begin playing
Tuesday. The games will be played
between 4 and 6 o'clock every after-
noon this week, and the two tables
in Barbour gymnasium and one in
the Women's Athletic building will
be available for the players. Con-
testants are asked to record their
scores on charts that will be post-
ed in Barbour gymnasium and the
Athletic building.

house. Janice Gillette, '31, is re-
placing Lillian Fenstermacher, '31,
as president of the chapter. Other
officers are Dorothy Smith, '33,
vice-president, Vinselle Bartlett,
'33, assistant rushing chairman,
Erie Weber, '32, social chairman,
and Isabelle Herath, '32, treasur-
er.
Zeta Phi Eta Initiation
Will Take Place This
Afternoon at League
Twelve women will be initiated
into Zeta Phi Eta, honorary speech
and arts sorority, at 2 o'clock this
afternoon in the lounges on the
third floor of the League building,
according to an announcement by
Hannah Lennon,'3Ed., president of
the organization.
Those who will be initiated are
Eleanor Gilmore, '33, Ann Moll, '31,
Eileen Woodbury, '33, Evelyn Bee-
ker, '33, Thelma Dutcher, '33, Doro-
thy Davis, '33, Josephine Timber-
lake, '32, Frances Summers, '31, An-
netta Cummings, '33, Cecile Porter,
'32, Jeanne Hagaman, '33, and
Helen Sailors, '32.

ship of Florence Root, Cleveland
College, Cleveland, Ohio, "High
Points in State Organization Pro-
grams" were discussed. Five-min-
ute reports were given by Mrs. Sar-
ah Holmes, President of Kentucky
State Association, Mrs. Lucy H.
Adams, President of the Colorado
State Association, Virginia Cravens,
President of the Indiana State As-
sociation. Katherine Alvord, Dean
of Women, De Pauw University,
Greencastle, Indiana presented "A
Forward Look at the Profession of
Dean of Women."
Folowing the luncheon at 1
o'clock in the ballroom of the
League Building, President Alexan-
der Ruthven addressed' the Associa-
tion on "Women in Coeducational
Institutions."

Robinson.
Yesterday afternoon, the Ameri-
can Association of University Wo-
men heard Dr. Winifred Robinson,
former graduate of the University
and present dean of women at Del-
aware university, talk on "The Del-
aware Foreign Study Plan."
Miss Robinson was one of the
originators of this plan by which
groups of American students re-
ceive college credit for their junior
year for work taken in French uni-
versities. She also had the distinc-
tion of accompanying one of the
first groups to go abroad under
this system.
She told of the year's work; of
the summer spent at the University
of Nancy and the winter at the
Sorbonne, describing a little of
their social life which consisted of
parties in their honor, theatre and
opera trips as well as short tours
through the surrounding country.,
Miss Robinson said that the plan
is so successful that next year an
exploratory group will be sent to
Germany in thephopes of starting
the same system there.
DR. SCHURZ
DENTIST
Formerly of State Sr. is now lo
cated at 606 First Nat'l. Bank
Bldg.
PHONE 6335

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Opening the interclass basketball
tournament the two junior teams
will meet the two sophomore teams
at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
Barbour Gymnasium. Players on
the class teams have been chosen
because of excellent playing in the
intramural tournament and the
class games promise to be close
competition.
The teams plan to choose names
in order to distinguish one junior
team from the other and one
rsophomore team from the other.
T The schedule for the following
games will be announced later.

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