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3T. PATRICK'S DAY DINNER
HELD SATURDAY NIGHT
IN BARBOUR GYM
About 130 women were present at
the annual banquet and cotillion of
the Women s Athletic association held
Saturday evening in Barbour gymnas-
ium. The banquet hall was made at-
tractive with green and white crepe
paper and ferns, the color scheme be-
ing green and white in -honor of St.
Patrick's day.,
Seniors Entertain
As the two-course dinner was end-
ing, the senior girls entertained with
snappy songs in which they were soon
joined by the representatives of the
.other three classes, as well as faculty
members and alumnae who were pre-
sent.
Lucy M. Huffman, '20, president of.
the association and toastmaster for
the occasion, opened the formal pro-
gram by a talk concerning the work of
the association in the past #nd its
plans for the future. Following this
Dean Myra B. Jordan spoke on the
early beginnings of the association
and its present importance in the lives
of )University women. Miss Olga
Shinkman, '17, told of her experiences
here in her toast entitled "Reminisc-
ences." Brief reviews of their respec-
tive fields of work were given by the
managers of sport. These were Helen
Koch, '21, tennis; Beatrice Beckwith,
'21, hockey; Helen Campbell, '20,
archery; Dorothy Jones, '20, basket-
ball; and Helen Bishop, '22, baseball.
Miss Woods Speaks
Miss Marion Wood, director of phy-
sical education, was the last speaker
of the evening. Miss Wood spoke of
the importance of the association to
the girls and also - announced the
ames of the girls who ade the class
basketball teams and 9e winners of
honor points. Phyllis Wiley, '21, was
the only girl to win a sweater, hav-
ing made 100 points. Winners of pins
were Sue Verlenden, '20, 73 points;,
Beatrice Beckwith, '21, 62 points; and
Marjorie Van Norman, '20, 63 points;
Winners of arm-bands were Dorothy
Jones, '20, with 31 points; Alice Blair,
'21, 31 points; Lois De Vries, '21, 36
points; Joanna Graham, '21, 34 points;
Alice Hinkson, '21, 34 points; Helen
Koch, '21, 31 points; Quinneth Sum-
mers, '21, 42 points; and Frances Wei-
nier, '22, 32 ppints.
Teams Give Stunts
Preceding the cotillion, entertaining
stunts were given by the junior and
senior basketball teams. The cotil-
lion was pronounced a ,decided suc-
cess, the dancers frolicking gaily in
a maze of ribbon confetti. Favors in
the form of ballons, horns, and sham-
rocks were given and helped add to
the gaiety of the scene.,
Alumnae Donate
To French Fund,
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Senior women will meet at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
There will be a meeting of the _board
of the Women's Athletic association at
5 o'clock Tuesday evening at Barbour'
gymnasium.
Dean Myra . Jordan wili be at
home to Universty women on Tues-
day afternoon at 1215 Hill street.
The University Girls' Glee club re-
hearses at 4:30 o'clock ''ueshay aft-;
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium.
The Junior girls' party has been'
postponed until after the Junior Girls'
play.
Stylus will meet with Marguerite
Clark, at Alpha Chi : Omega house,.
Tuesday evening. 'Professor Cowden,
of the rhetoric department, will ad-
dress the club..
Freshman girls' first and second
basketball teams will practice at 3
o'clock and sophomores at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
An extra period for apparatus prac-
tice will be held at 2 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon in the gymnasium.

Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main' Phone 166

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ARCADE
CAFETERIA
Nickels Arcade Up the Stairs
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Key Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
FoodAt The ARCADE ?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
select just what appeals to your own individual
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey creayn:
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

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Mrs. Elise Bennett Smith, '94, is
spending A feW, days in Ann Arbor as'
the guest of her daughter, Elise B.
Smith, '22, and of Miss Grace Green-
wood, of the Martha Cook bu4lding.
Mrs. Smith's home is In Louisville,
Ky. -
Marion Ackley,\ '19, of Detroit,
spent Saturday and Sunday here as the
guest of friends.
Gladys Daum, '20, of Toledo, visit-
ed in Ann Arbor over the week-end.

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tandy of the South

Vera ]Keyser Robinson, '18,
Huron was a guest on the
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E. C. EdsiHl
Fisher's Pharzmacy
Sugden Drug Company
John A. Tice
Tuttle Lunch Room

Honor D. Vann, '15, of Detroit, is
here for several 1days' visit.
Helen Humphrey, '15, is the guest
of friends in Ann Arbor.
Christine Stringer,,'17, and Margaret
Bassett, "17, are visiting friends in
Ann Arbor.

Grace Condit, '14, is, here as
guest of friends for* a few days.

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Mrs. Mary M. Needham, representa-
0nC ,ep tive of the American committee for
atI' devastated France, spoke to the imem-
I Moo asd bers of the Collegiate Alumnae asso-
Ths Get Aation at their last meeting, held
DV E R TI S I N Gaturday at the home of Mrs. E. C.
:oddard.The sum of $100 was voted
- to the committee for its further work
LOST in France.
oung Women. The same sum was also voted to the
porn, "Won LOST - Friday 10 A. M., between, Rose Sedgwick scholarship fund,
perienced, to Martha Cook Bldg. and Memorial which American women are trying to
ding Saturday Hall, gold fountain pen. Call Miss raise, to the amount of $25,000.
Miss Bowes,
an State Tel- Rose, 290. Reward.
Athena Will Discuss U. S. Problems
LOST-A pair of brown gauntlet glov- "Americanization," "Profiteering,"
single room es in U-Hall audtiorium. Finder "The Smith-Towner Bill," "The Radi-
young man please return ,to Secretary's office. cal Movement,""Gomper's Position In
largntLabor," and "The Personality of Mar-
ery pleasant LOST-In vicinity of Arcade Theater ion L. Burton," will be the topics for
3. Division. a diamond setting, about 1 karat. five minute talks by Athena Literary
e of rooms by Finder please phone 2325. society members at 7:15 o'clock to-
s. Must be night on the fourth floor of University
the campus. LOST-Small leather notebook con- hall.
red. Box A.-f taining Engineering notes. Reward.
Ramsey 692-J". MULLANES TAFFIES at Tices'
!_________________Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
modate about veived every week.-Adv.
Lows who are LOST- Waterman pen without cap,
clas board. Thgmas, 1422-M.
Box A. B.,
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Women Vocat onallsts Meet at Cornell
The fourth ' Intercollegiate confer-,
ence on vocations for -women took
place at Cornell on March 5 and 6.
Speakers prominent in the vocational
world were secured to address the
convention. Discussions concerning
"ways of communication" and "un-
dergraduate vocational guidance com-
mittees" were held. Women from
many eastern colleges and uxiversities
attended.
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FOR SALE-Dress suit and overcoat,
medium size, also set boxing gloves.
509,S. Division. Call mornings.
FOR SALE-One new Spencer Micro-
scope. Must sell at once. 412 Cam-
den Court. Phone 1580-M.
FOR SALE--One set of Encylopedia
Britannica. Last Edition. Address,
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