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MICHIGAN DAILY

tary, Mary Ives, '23; treasurer, Anne
Mushken, '23; member-at-large, Cath-
erine Greenough, '24. The yearly re-
ports of all officers and committees
were also given at this time.
BLUE BOOKS--BLUE BOOKS- all
sizes at Cushings.-Av.

WUIomen
Several changes have been made in
rehearsals for Senior Girls' play. All
choruses of the three acts will re-
hearse from 3 to 6 o'clock and the
cast of all three acts from 7 to 9
o'clock today.
The representative of the John Ward
Howland company, of Detroit, will be
in the office of the dean of women from
10 to 12 o'clock and from 2 to 4 o'clock
today, to interview girls who wish to
consider openings in the real estate
business.

IWASHINGTON CLUB TO BOARD I

UNDERGRADUATE

WOMEN1

IFIE

TIIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

)VERTI SING.

FOR RENT

Undergraduates of colleges, visit-
ing Washington this summer may have
meals at the National club house of the
Association of Collegiate Alumnae, ac-
cording to a letter received at the of-
fice of the dean of women. Any wom-
an who desires to avail herself of this
opportunity should present a letter
from her dean or president. This of-
fer is said to be valuable not only
for the opportunity of intercollegiate]
friendship, but for more sordid finan-
cial reasons.
The association, in convention last
March, changed its name to the Am-
erican Association of UniversitytWom-
en, and affiliated formally with the In-
ternational Association of University
Women.
GENEVA DELEGATES PLAN
MEMBERSHIP NIGHT STUNT
At a meeting yesterday afternoon of
the women who are going to the Lake
Geneva conference this summer, plans
were made for the program for mem-
bership night which will take the place

Announee Engagement at Dinner Party Announcement was made last night
Announcement of the engagement at the Alpha Phi house of the engage-
of Dr. E. C. Baumgarten, '18M, of De- ment of Frances Maire, '21, to Robert
troit, to Emma E. Eckfeld, '18, of this Peel, of Lansing. Miss Maire is a mem-
city, was made at a dinner party giv- ber of Alpha Phi sorority, and Peel
en last evening. Miss Eckfeld is a is a member of Phi Delta Theta fra-
graduate of the training school for ternity.
nurses and has for the past two years
been the University Dental colliege Indoor, tennis and baseballs-all
nurse. Dr. Baumgarten is a member kinds. CUSHINGS.--Adv.

of the traditional association night
this year. The group from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, which will be
composed of at least 15 women, will
represent the foreign group in the pro-
gram. Laura Snyder, '21, and Helen
Aubrey, '23, have been chosen to rep-I
resent the Japanese and Chinese girls.
Those who have not yet turned in
their reservation deposits and their
summer addresses are requested to
give them to Thekla Roese, '22, immed-
iately.

of the Phi Beta Pi fraternity. T
wedding will be held in the fall.
APPROACHING MARRIAGE AND
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCI
Ruth Minor, ex-'22, whose engag
ment to Elmer Cress, '20, was a
nounced shortly before Christmas, w
be married at Grand Rapids, June
Miss Minor is a member of Alpha F
sorority and Cress of the Phi Kap
Sigma fraternity.

interested in a
oposition in De-
If so, see Mr.
an Union after 4
or Friday morn-
177-3
to board during
me cooking, $6.00
' dinner and sup-
lley, 314 E. Wil-
21-M. 177-41

L. Call Eman, .1268, be-
) and 8:30 evenings or!
E. Huron St. 175-21
Boys for coming school
and board. Home cook-
es reasonable. Mrs. E.
2Oakland, phone 2378-W.
176-3
'rom July 1 to Sept. 15,
(cook for small family.
work. Phone 2096 morn-'
177-3
or next fall, single room,
from eampus. Desired by
nan. Address, Box G. A.
176-21
Suite for three for next
Reynolds at 746-R, be-
d 8 at night. 177
'or next year, a suite for
'ee students. Call Kuhn1
at 1175-J. 177-21
y upperclassmen, desir-
s near campus for next
ress Box X. Z., -Daily. 177
To buy a good. canoe.
after 6 P. M. 177-4
Till buy log slide rule.
2682 after 8. 176-2

FOR RENT-Desirable first floor room,
for ladies or married couple, with
kitchen privileges and private en-
trance and porch on S. Division. Any
one having Sanitary cots or double
deck beds for sale, will also call
1478-R or 427 East University. 117-2
FOR RENT - Two suites for light
housekeeping during summer ses-
sion. 214 S. Ingalls St. Phone 854-J.
Half block from the campus. 176-3
FOR RENT-Nice sleeping porch with
connecting suite. Shower. Other
nice rooms for summer. Cheap. 934
S. State. , 177
FOR RENT-Two single rooms north
of campus. '1724-J. 177-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Will the person who. took
brown hat with initials R. E. H.,
from seat S. 2 in Natural Science
Aud. at 10 o'clock Tuesday, call
Heidemann at 508-M. 177
LOST-Little finger ring, pearl with
cluster of diamonds-on University
street car or in front of 1205 Hill
St. Reward. Helen Master, 1205
Hill ,St. 177-3
LOST-Eastman kodak up river Sun-
day. Call Gillhooley, 779-W. Re-
ward. 177-2;
LOST- Waltham watch, gold chain
and gold knife Saturday. Finder
please return to H. A. Joeb, 605 E.
Jefferson. Reward. 177-4
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Doctor's instruments,
surgical chair, roll top mahogany
desk. Phone 1217-M. 176-2
FOR SALE-Old Town canoe, excel-
lent condition. Phone 1072-W be-
tween 6 and 7 P. M. 177-3
FOR SALE-18 foot Old Town canoe.
Call Lippincott, 1599-R, between 5:30
and 6 o'clock. 177-2
FOR SALE-Wheel in good condition,
reasonably priced. Martin Larson,
959. 177-2

The Girls' Educational club will
hold an important meeting for new
members only at 4 o'clock this
afternoon at the home of Prof. C. O.
Davis, 1030 Martin place. Election
of officers will take place.
The Freshman Girls'. Glee club will
meet at 7 o'clock Thursday, June 9,
at Betsy Barbour house for a seren-

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Not all women prefer Sport Shoes. Here is dressiness
with details that suggest the practicability .of street wear.
Notice the one-piece ankle strap and vamp saddle, with
pretty lines and sensible heels.
Brown Calf-Kid-White Cloth
SWalk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street

structor for next
e strictly modern
172-9
summer students,
shady suites nearl
e 2624-M. 176-2

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TELEGRAM
Washington, D. C., June 6th.
Students' Camp Committee,
Lane Hall,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The Princeton Summer Camp ranks at
the top. It provides a real experience and
opportunity for service to men in college
and does a great good for the boys. The
frequent camp reunions in the winter in
New York which are enthusiastically at-
tended by both the former boys and coun-
sellors is evidence of the value they all
attach to the camp.
Congratulations and best wishes for

THE FACTS
1: CAMP WILL BE OWNED BY UNIVERSITY STU-
DENTS.
2. 150 POOR CITY KIDS TO BE TAKEN OUT THIS
SUMMER.
3. WILL COST $10 PER KID.
4. ALUMNI FURNISHING $5,000 FOR CAMP SITE.
5. SIMILAR CAMPS OPERATED BY PENNSYLVANIA
AND PRINCETON.
6. TAGS SELL FOR 50 CENTS.AND UP.
7. A BUSY TIME, TO BE SURE, BUT WE CAN DO IT!
8. THE KIDS ARE WAITING--CAN YOU REFUSE?

TELEGRAM
West Philadelphia, -Pa., June 5.
Robt. J. Dunne,, Chairman,
Students' University Camp Com.
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The University camp has been conducted
a number of years by the students of the
University of Pennsylvania' and is one of
the noblest and most helpful instruments in
the uplift of the boys who come to the camp
who otherwse would not have an outing. A
new life is opened to them and I am glad
to say that not a few are striving to lift
themselves out of their surroundings and to
accomplish something in the world. Our
camp is worth MILLIONS OF DOLLARS so
far as its influence for good is concerned.
EDGAR F. SMITH,
Provost Emeritus,
University of Pennsylvania.

GEORGE W. PERKINS,
Pres. Philadelphia Society,
Assistant to Postmaster
General Will Hays.

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