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D. Whittemore, of the
ndscape design, states
seedling trees which
'rived for the Arbor-
an Arbor, include the
of Japanese, Chinese,
rian trees and shrubs
vhere.
addition, plants from
nountains, Asia Min.
rthwest, and from the,
egion, together wtih
i varieties.
ie Arboritum is two-
s a ground for stu-
Lpe design to experi-
he trees and shrubs
hemisphere, and will
ational exhibits. When
Arboritun will show
vhich an ornate park
med. ,
ecial features is the
cs of which there will

be hundreds of varieties.
Supt. Charles Moody, formerly of
the University of Missouri, and sup-
erintendent of the Botanical Gardens
of St. Louis, is in charge of the work
at the Arboritum.
CONTESTANTS IN TOURNAMENT
SCHEDULE GAMES FOR TODAY
The games in the tennis tournament
scheduled for Tuesday and postponed
on account of the rain will be played
today. This pushes the schedule as
posted on the bulletin board in Bar-
bour gymnasium a day ahead. Any
contestants not playing off the games
according to. the schedule shall be
dropped automatically unless one of
the contestants scratches and forfeits
the match to the other in which case
such procedure is to be entered on the
schedule. bulletin. An umpire agreed
upon by both parties may be chosen
by the contestants.
All matches will be decided by two
out of three except in the finals which
will be three out of five. The semi-
finals wilt be played May 26 and the
finals on May 29. ;

GIRLS SELECTED FOR
Y.W. C. A. CAMP!
Three University girls, Lois De-
Vries, '21, Frances Gill, '20, and Ruth
Jennings, '20, have been selected to go.
as leaders to the Y. W. C. A. camp at
Plano, Ill.
There are 15 girls under the direc-
tion of each leader, and the leaders
themselves are under the supervision
pf a general counselor. The camp is
composed of industrial, grammar
school, and high school girls under the
ages of 1 years. Qualifications for
the positicf of leader are that a girl
must be versed in "star talk," bird
lore, study of flowers and trees, hand-
craft, and in water sports. Quite a
number of girls had been chosen from
here who met the requirements sat-
isfactorily but as yet it is not certain
whether or not there will be a place
for more than three leaders.
Miss Eva Lemert has just returned
from Detroit, where she has been in
conference with Miss Cowgill, the
City Y. W. C. A. secaretary, and with

leaders of other organizations there.
At this conference other summer work
for Michigan women was considered,
and both Miss Cowgill and Miss Mc-
Gee, Industrial secretary of Detroit,
are attempting to get Michigan girls
connected with' industrial phases of
Y. W. C. A. work in Detroit. These girls
have received their training in the city
Y. W. C. A. in Ann Arbor, where they
have been working under the direction
of Miss Littel, who is secretary off
girls' work.
R. 0. T. C. UNIT RECEIVES
SUPPLY OF NEW EQUIPMENT
Since the reopening of school fol-
lowing the spring recess the R. 0. T.
C. unit: has received a small amount
of new equipment, including two light
trucks and two motorcycles. Tfe
shipment of rifles which has been ex-
pected to arrive for some time has
been held up on account of the rail-
road strike and the officials in charge
of the R. O. T. C. have received no
word of the shipment of late.
lead the Daily for Campus News.

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Both the old and newly elected
boards of the Women's Athletic asso-
ciation will meet at 4:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be sent to
a member of Stylus before May 15.
Spring tryouts, for Athena Literary
society will take place Tuesday, May
15.
Baseball practice hours are as fol-
ows: Freshmen, Monday at 5 o'clock;
sophomores, Monday at 4 o'clock; jun-
iors, Tuesday and Thursday at 5
o'clock; seniors, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 4 o'clock.
Westerners' club members are to
give their second dance Saturday,
May 29. at the Packardacademy. Plans
will be announced in detail at club
meeting Wednesday, May 26. Tickets

phone

A few scores for "Patricia Passes"
are still to be obtained at Helen New-
berry residence.
Interclass baseball games are sched-
uled- to begin next week. It is aimed
to have all teams selected by Friday.
Tuesday and Thursday are the last
days that juniors and seniors will be
able to try out
Girls' Mandolin club practice will be
held as usual tonight.
An extra volley ball practice for
freshmen and sophomores will be held
at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Idaho Women Get Self-Government
A plan of self-government of, for
and by the women of the University
of Idaho has been accepted. This plan
vests its authority in a council com-
posed of six members, one each from
the freshman and sophomore classes
and two each from the, junior and
senior classes.

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