A stunt in connection with the Ju-
nior Girls' play is to be the feature
cf a party given from 3 to 5 o'clock
at Helen Newberry residence Wed-
nesday, March 10. The party is to be
given in honor of the entering Juniors
but all Junior women are invited to
TOURNEY IN SIGHT I APIDLY AFTER RELAPSE
Dr. A. L. Ferguson of the Physical
Trigon defeated Alpha Delta Phi Chemistry department, who has been
and Nu Sigma Nu defeated Delta Kap- seriously ill with influenza, is nQw
pa Epsilon in the semi-finals of the convalescing and gradually regaining
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Daughter of Prof. VanTyne Marries
Chester S. Lawton, '18E, was mar-
ried at high noon on Tuesday, Feb.
24, to Miss Evelyn VanTyne, daughter
of Prof. Claude VanTyne and Mrs.
VanTyne. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton left
Wedneday afternoon for Newark, N.
J., where 'Mr. Lawton is connected
with the Lincoln Federal shipbuild-
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The first game was hotly contested.
The Alpha Delts staged a rally in the
last half which almost turned the de-
feat into victory but the Trigon's lead
was too large to be overcome. Rich-
bards and Kerr, both Varsity men, star-
red for the winners. Their playing
was the deciding factor in the game
although Steketee played a fine game
for the losers. The final score was
5 to 4.
Nu Sigma Nu won by the wide mar-
gin of 7 to 1. Kahn and Barss played
well for them. Booth starred for the
The final game of this league will be
played off in the near future.
.read the Daily for Campus News.
Due to a relapse Dr. Ferguson's Ill-
ness proved more serious and pro-
tracted than it seemed at first, but it
is now believed that another week or
two will see him back at his regular
Arthur Schupp, '17, in Ann Arbor
Arthur Schupp, '17, general chair-
man of the Union opera in the year
of his graduation, is spending a few
days in the city.
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