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April 04, 1922 - Image 7

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ue will meet at 7:30 o'clock
ht at the Alpha~ Phi house.
warsals of "The Yellow Jacket"
is week are as follows: Today1
3 to 6 o'clock; act 2 in Hill au-
ium; tomorrow from 4 to 6
k, act 1 in Newberry hall.
.re will be an important busi-
meeting of the Women's Cosmo-
n club at 7:30 o'clock ThursdayI
in Wesley hall.
ena Literary society will have a
meeting with Adel phi at 7:15
k~ tonight in the Alpha Nu rooms.
h~igan Dames will meet 'at 8
k this evening in the parlors of
cur gymnasium.
tia, Literary club will meet at
)'lock tonight in room 302, Ma-
all.. All members are urged to
re.
re will b~e no rehearsal of the
rsity Girls' Glee club this after-
The next meetin~g will be held
.5 o'clock Tuesday, April 18.
funds that have been raised for
:ichigan League campaign comn-
muist bye sent to Dorothy Jeffry,
easurer of the campaign comn-
by TPhursday as a complete re-
nust be made before vacation.

serpentine. traveling by the sopho-
mores, and in the third, on the parall-
el bars vs. the fence vault. Bothi
classes will have equal standing in
the swing jump and traveling on the
horizontal ladders. In addition, all!
girls may compete in the swing jump
for height. All other events will be
judged on form alone.
The girls in each class winning the
six highest marks on each piece of
apparatus in the ,examinations now
being given are privileged to enter the
meet. Everyone wishing to take part
is asked to sign up on the bulletin
board in the gymnasium. Names of
those chosen to participate will be
Stuen~Its whorn iavP ines ar iiAd-

posted tomorrow morning in the gym-
nasium, and also announced In The
Daily.
The meet will be graded on a scale
of 40 points, and the final score made
11y each class will be added to the
score won by, each in the demonstra--
tionl last week to determine the winner
of the cup which is to be given.
Girls may compete for individual as
well as class honor points, to be given
under the rules of the Athletid5 asso-
ciation. All who enter will be, given
points for qualifying for the final
meet, and will be given additional
points if they win places in the events.
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the final event in the year's- in-
gymnastic activities, the annual
ratus meet, in which the fresh-
and sophomore classes will comn-
for class honor points, will be
at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-
in Barbour gymnasium.
ere are to be several main events
en the two classes, so arranged
the more difficult performances
ch piece of apparatus will be giv-
the sophomores, who have the
ntage of a year's additional prac-
In the first event, the freshmen
compete in the face vault vs. the
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