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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1927'

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY'

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WOMEN WILL BREAK G
WILL SUPPLEMENT ALUMNII DA Ythird founder, Mrs. Henry S. Carhart "This wing will also contain sun- th
P ORof Los Angeles, will not be able to dry committee rooms-most likely ha
FOR NEW BUILDING attend the ceremonies. those concerned with subjects and on
The building will come as the re-'ctivi.ties allied with the uses above to
PRESIDENT WILL SPEAK suit of over five years work on the referred to, but available, also, for
campaign itself and many more years miscellaneous club and group activi- w
Mr. Allen Pond Expresses The Ideals of planning on the part of far-seeing ties. pa
Of The Architects In Letter I women and men who have been inter- "There is, on the ground floor, a m
eArctts InLested in the facilities for women on small chapel,-a room so designed, p
the Michigan campus. decorated and furnished as to carry b
Pond and Pond, architects of Chi- a religious emotional appeal; a room ti
i cago and graduates of the, University opened at all hours of the day to any'
alumni day program which will be! have planned the building and have person or persons who desire to re-
held tomorrow, the women of the Uni- embodied into its design all those tire to its quiet for meditation. I amI tu
versity will celebrate the breaking of things which seemed to them com- not a believer in the ascetic life of the! di
the ground for their new League patible with the best life possible for early church, nor do I expect that the b
building at 1:.15 o'clock, immediately the college woman. girls at Ann Arbor are going to with- po
following the luncheon at Barbour The following extract from a letter draw themselves from the world and al
gymnasium. from Mr. Allen Pond shows part of become cloistered nuns, but I believe fe
President Little will give the main their consideration for the real use
address of the exercises; Mrs. W. D. of the building other than its mere
Henderson, the executive secretary, architectural details:
will officially claim the site for the "The building as planned is in DANCE
wome's League; and Mr. I. K. Pond, what may be called three sections. -
one of the architects, will speak on For convenience, the second section at
the purpose and design of the build- is called the theater or auditorium -
ing. Mrs. Shirley Smith, chairman of wing. I personally give dramatics a
the alumnae council, will preside at very high position in the sort of
the ceremonies. character training that is going to be
When the speches have been given, done through the League, because it Beautiful
Dr. Eliza M. Mosher, assisted by Ev- offers a chance for constructive Resort
elyn Murray, '27, and Elizabeth Nutt, originality in several directions, and
'28, the outgoing and incoming pres_ I of training in co-operation and sub- Ballroom
idents of the league, will turn theI ordination as well as in leadership.
first spade of earth. Mrs. William "The same auditorium that serves
Foote of Jackson has given the spade for dramatics is to serve for concerts
which will be used in honor of Evelyn and music generally, and we hope
Murray. whose home{ is in that city. that there will be a considerable
Of the three founders of the league strengthening of the work along this
who are still living, Mrs. Byron Chee- -line . Incidentally it will be a source ISLAND I
ver and Mrs. Joseph L. Markley, both of income by being rented to suitable
of Ann Arbor will be present at the local groups when not in demand for COTTON PICKER
exercises as guests of honor. The student use.
-__ Dancing every night
Sunday Matinee
HALLERS_
STATE STREET JEWELER

ROUND
at meditation and contemplation
ave been too much crowded out of'
ur modern lives and have a function
perform of high spiritual value.
"Incidentally, the Theater Wing I
ill contain the entire coat rooms and
ackage room for the building. It is
y hope that a good fairy or a freak of
rovidence will make it possible to
uild the second section at the same
me that the first is built."
PURDUE-The program for the re-
rning alumni includes all oldtra-
tional meetings and also important
usiness sessions. One of the im-
ortant events is the visit paid by the
umni to homes of their former pro-
ssors.
Lantern
LAKE
S ORCHESTRA
except Monday.
from 3 iob.
Miles East of Brighton..

HAYDEN WILL LEAD ROUND TABLE
AT WILLIAMSTOWN THIS SUMME

Conducting a round table on the
Philippines, Professor Joseph; R.
Hayden of the political science de-
partment will be at the Williamstown
Institute of Politics, Williamstown,
Mass., from July 28 to August 25. The
Institute is the seventh annual one
of its kind held under the direction of
President Harry A .Garfield of Wil-
liams college.
Professor Hayden will be in charge
of .the discussions on problems re-

garding the Philippines, in which
many of the staesmen, scholars and
publicists at the Institute will take
part. He was a special correspondent
of the Christian Science Monitor ac-
companying Col.} Carmi A. Thompson,
representative of President Coolidge,
on his investigation trip to the islands
last year. Previous to that, he was
exchange professor from the Univer-
sity to the University of the Philip-
pines in 1922-3.

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