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October 10, 1919 - Image 6

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NEWBERRY HOLDS
YEAR'S ELECTION
Elections and appointments for the
year were made last night at New-
berry residence. At the same time
all ofdthe new girls were formally in-
itiated.
The, following received offices: Pres-
ident, Edna Apel,.'20; vice-president,
Josephine McGuinness, '21; secretary,
Edna Groff, '22; treasurer, Rosemary
Handibo, '20; chairman of the social
committee, Olga Johnson, '21; house
sanitarian, Eleanor Brown, '22; fire
captain, Beatrice Mason, '22; choris-
ter, Marion Ames, '20; orchestra lead-
er, Irene Rosenberg, '21; daily re-
porter, Edna Apel, '20; scholarship
comnmittee, chairman, Gertrude Ben-
sox, '20, Helen Flinn, '20, Helen Mas-
ter, '21, Josephine McGuinness, '21;
class representatives, May Blakes-
lee, '20, Frances Graves, '21, Wini-
fred Jone% '22, Ruth King, '23, Marion
True, '23; freshman committee, Mar-
ion Sanders, '23, Frances Ames, Amy
Loomis, Marion True.

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club meets at LaneI

>pal students and faculty
meeting at Harris hall.
SUNDAY
Charles W. Gilkey speaks
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orium. - /
U-NOTICES
andolin club will hold re-
t Union at 2:30 o'clock
ternoon.
Y WOMEN CAMPAIGN
A. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
ip campaign workers of
C. A. were given a sup-
Ivisory board last night at
Mrs. A. E. Jennings on.
sue. The supper was in
f a send-off for the week
campaigning which be-
canvassing all University
reaching every University
* discussed after the sup-
of Music pupils and nurs-
ng were represented at
in order that 100 per cent
may be realized.
teams, "the Yellow" and
numbering 50 members
een organized to compete
test number of Y. W. C.
The winning tea'm will
for its efforts as well as
al securing the highest

WOLVERINE CROSS-COUNTRY
SQUAD WKL MEET ILLINOIS
(Contiaued from Page Three)
gym until the weather turns cold
enough to threaten the muscles of
his proteges. All men holding track
lockers at the club house will be ex-
,pegted to report daily or forfeit the
reservations. J
Quarter Milers Strong
Among the various events, the 440
yard dash is presenting an unusally
favorable outlook. Briggs, a former
runner for the Hoosier team and a
Conference point winner in this
eevnt during 1918, is one of the new
men on the Michigan list. Larry But-
ler, Bill Meese, a nd King Messner, all
well known to Wolverine track fol-
lowers, are other quarter milers who
are expected to dispute titleb before
the 1920 curtain falls.
Distance athletes are at present less
numerous ahd in great demand. Tom
Maynard of tire 1916 squad, whose
1917 career was halted by the war,
has returined and is one of the best
bets for the longer races.
'1923 Pharmies to Be Guests at Dinne'
All freshmen students in pharmacy
will be the guests of Dean- Henry
Kraemer at a dinner to be given at
the Union Friday evening, Oct. 10.
The purpose of the dinner is a gA-
together meeting where all may be-
come acquainted, in order to promote
the Michigan spirit among students
and faculty and to enter into the right,
relationship both socially and schol-
astically. Dean Kraemer desires that
all freshmen attend this diner as aft-
erwards the evening will be spent in
learning Michigan songs and devel-
oping school spirit.

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