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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I I4I9k1G WET CLUB
IVEN R ECOGNITIN
en of Students Gives Official1
Sanction to Crusaders'
Organization.
CHICAGO, Ill., May 3.-A batal-
n of the Crusaders has been
warded recognition as a University
Chicago campus organization by
le Dean of Students, following a
>nference between Jerome Jontry,
udent, and Dean William E. Scott.
According to the latest -report
-om Jontry;, many students have
ithusiastically joined this move-
ent. 'Beginning this week a tem-
arary committee will canvass the
ampus; when a batallion of one
.ndred members has been formed,
permanent executive committee
ill be elected.
A desire for repeal of the Eigh-
enth Amendment, and. $1 are the
ialifications for menbership in
e Crusaders. If the organization
es on quickly enough, the Uni-
rsity batallion will be the first
its kind in the Middrewest.
Later in the spring, Crlonel Ira
Reeves, manager of MJidwest di-
sion of the Cr'uiade': will be on
ampus to re' the ampus ba-
,llion. He is sponsoring the organ-.
ation of these groups. in thous-
ids of towns, eities, and colleges
. the Middlewest.
'en Student Written
Plays to Be, Printed
(Continued from ?age 1)
crience than they did four years
0.
"I think this is particularly due
the increased. opportunities to
e good productions through the
evelopment of play production un-
-r Valentine B. Windt during the
)st four years, and to the labora-
ry productions of new plays writ-
,n in- the university; to the in-
-eased activity of (omedy Club;
d. to the dramatic season under
>bert Henderson."
Professor Rowe also mentioned
ie Hopwood prizes as an incentive
the writing of plays, although
iese prizes go only in part to work
i the drama.
The book of plays is being pub-
shed by George Wahr, local book-
ller. According to Professor Rowe
e book will not be sold at a com-
.ercial price but merely at a price
.ficient to cover expenses. Wahr's
re putting this volume out, it was
fated, "in the interest of foster-
g such creative work int he Uni-
ersity."
Printing and binding of the book
ill be done at the Antioch press in
ellow Springs, Ohio.

Illinois Fraternity 110 FT TO 13i1(
Council Encouraging iI LIUIILTX
SundayTea Dances ON FRENCH

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URBANA, Ill., May 2.-The wel-
fare committee of the interfrater-
nity coun:: at the University of
Illinois has formulated a set of
rules to govern fraternity social
functions which will be presented
to the council at its last meeting.
The pcoposed rules for both fra-'
ternities and sororities encourage
the introduction of Sunday after-
noon dances, request that the num-
ber of dances allowed to any fra-
ternity or sorority be unlimited, and
stipulate that fraternities and sor-
orities shall make application for
dances to their respective councils
and to the committee on student
affairs.
BALL DECORA TIONS
Annual Party Will Be Costumel
Affair; Will Have New
Lighting Scheme.
The Union will be turned into a
colorful display of discs and lights
to carry out the "Bal Exotique,"
theme of the Architects' ball, which
will be held May 13. The dance is a
costume affair.
. Construction of the decorative
scheme will begin tomorrow, with
Hans Sahlin, '32A, in charge.
Mrs. Ross T. Bittinger, wife of an
instructor in decorative design in
the architectural college and an au-
thority on costume design, will give
free consultation in Room 345 of
the architectural building Monday
on effective yet inexpensive cos-
tumes. In addition, Kenneth Hil-
dreth, '34A, in charge of costumes
along with Betty Wheeler, '33A, will
be able to suggest costumes for ren-
tal at a nominal charge. Smocks
may be worn, however.
Tickets Twill remain on sale at
Wahr's, S 1 a t e r's, architectural
building, and at the Union until
Wednesday. After that date, they
may be secured only at the Union.
Open house arrangements con-
sisting of display of art work and
architectural design exhibits will be.
held the afternoon of the dance at
a tea in the architectural library.
Frances Young, '33A, is in charge
of arrangements.
Invitations, in charge of Betty
Wheeler, will consist of a linoleum
print on charcoal paper, designed
by Jonathan Taylor, Grad. These
will be sent to all prominent alum-
ni and patrons.

Visiting Lecturer From Chicago
University Is Prominent
at Sorbonne.
"Contemporary French Drama"
will be discussed Monday afternoon
in the Romance Languages building
by Prof. Daniel Mornet, of the Uni-
versity of Sorbonne.
Professor Mornet, now a visiting
lecturer at the University of Chi-
cago, has held the same position
at Columbia university and will lec-
ture this summer at the University
of California. At the Sorbonne, he
holds the chair of French litera-
ture of the eighteenth century, a
post founded by the Marquise Ar-
conati Visconti, daughter of a fa-
mous French publisher, and for-
merly occupied by M. Gustave Lan-
son, now retired.
As one of the outstanding lec-
turers and teachers at the French
university, he directs most Ameri-
can students working on theses in
literature. His publications include
not only the field of French litera-
ture, but also the science of teach-
ing, questions of methods and aims'
{ of modern literary history, prob-
lems of modern language study in
its relation to culture anci iits vaiux
as a cultural subject.
There are 219 producing oil wells
in Central Michigan with an esti-
mated daily low of 22,000 barrels.

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