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do not necessarily need to be held on
the athletic field, but as many informal
practices as possible should be held in
back yards and front yards.
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manager of the
to enter a team.
have their teams
Those that are
e asked to elect
ately. These cap-
for their teams
in Barbour gym-
L of the number
tournament will

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Prof. Williams Gives Address
Prof. N. H. Williams, of the Physics
department, gave an address on "Some
Phases of Radio Communication" at
the meeting of the Science and Mathe-
matical association of Southern Mich-
igan held April 16 and 17 at the West-
ern State Normal cgqlege. The ad-
dress was accompanied by experi-.
mental demonstrations.

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Lois DeVries, '21, represented the
University Y. W. C. A. at the National
Y. W. C. A. convention held April 13
to 20 at Cleveland.. Representatives
from the City Y. W. C. A.. -were Miss
Florence Pride, Miss Lucile Litaker,
Miss Miriam Pope, Mrs. T. E. Rankin,
and Mrs. A. E. Jennings.
Among the legislative acts consid-
ered at the convention was the Los
Angeles amendment which was pass-
ed by a large majox9ty. This amend-
ment will change the system of mem-
bership from the constitutional basi,
which admits as active members of the
organization only women of the Prot-
estant Evangelical faiths, to the per-
sonal basis, which will admit all those
who will sign the membership pledge.
For the last five years the Y. W. C.
A. of the University has been conduct-
ed on the personal basis, and the sue-
cess and growth of the organization
in this place is considered a point n
favor of the newly adopted plan.
Various industrial and social prob-
lems were considered, talks being giv-
en by prominent workers from all
parts of the world. The convention
voted unanimously in favpr of the so-
cial ideal of the churches, which
stand9 for higher ideals of humani-
ty. Campus problems were discussed
at student meetings. The meeting,
marks the advent of the Y. W. C. A.
in legislative work, for an effort will
be made to influence legislati8n for the
betterment of working conditions for
women.
Her Name Play
R eallyBeatari 0e
A beautiful girl named Mary, wear-
ing a black tailored suit, black hat
and black veil is wanted by the police.
She may be walking on State street
this instant, or more likely be break-
fasting at Van's.
She arrived a short time ago from
France and is working on a game with
American swindlers. She does not
know 'that the uncompromising hand
of the law Is already on her trail.
She does not know how quickly Ann
Arbor sleuths may find her out if they
will. Will they?
ANNOUNCE ATHENA
DEBATE SUB J E C T
"Resolved-That the Covenant of the
League of Nations Should Be Ratified
by the United States with the Lodge
Reservations" is the question for de-
bate between junior and sophomore
members of Athena Literary society.
The. debate will be Mheld publicly
some time in. May, the definite date
to be announced later. Similar debates
are to be held every year by the Athe-
na society.
Tryouts for the junor. team will
take place at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday
night at the regular meeting of Athe-
na, on thefourth floor of Uniersity
hall, and for the, sophomores at 4
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the
same room. Speechs will be four
minutes each and'will be based on
he proposition, sophomores supporting
the affirmative and Juniors the nega-
tive.
Work will begin as soon -as the
teams are chosen with Ida Gratton,
'0, directing the juniors and Anna
McGurk, '20, in charge of the sopho-
more team.
Just Received

There will be a rehearsal of Fanny,
Vetrnon, and Bennet at 7 o'clock to-
night in room 110 Library of Act IIl
of "The New Lady Bantock." The rest
of the cast with the exception of the
actress friends will rehearse at 8
o'clock. All the actress friends will
rehearse for therfirst time at 3 o'clock
Wednesday, April 28, in Barbour
gymnasium.
University women who would like
to go north to wait table at summer
resorts are asked to apply at the of-
fice of the dean of women.
Junior girls will be entertained at,
Newberry residence Friday, April 30.
Wyvern will act as hostess at the tea.
There will be tea and dancing.

Women entering the University
this semester are invited to a tea
dance given by- the intercollegiate
committee and. the junior advisors
from 3 to 5 o'clock today at Newber-
ry residence. All the entering women
have received notice of the event.
Lois De Vries urges all members of
the intercollegiate committee and the-,
junior advisors to be present to act'
as hostesses.
Dress rehearsal of the entire cast
and chorus of the Junior Girls' play.
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. This will
be the last rehearsal before the play
is taken to Detroit.
SPHINX-TRIANGLE SPRING
DANCE SET FOR APRIL 30
Friday, April 30, has been set as the
date for the annual Sphinx-Triangle
sp~ring dance.
Committees appointed by the two
societies for the affair have been
working on plans for some time and
unusual features will be unearthed at
the dance. The party will be held at
the Golf elub near Ferry field and
music will be furnished by "Sandy"
Wilson's orchestra. Dancing will last"
from 9 until 1 o'clock.
besides the active Triangles and
Sphinxes, all inactive members of the
societies ,are invited to the dance.

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