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TO BE GALA AF
I The University iris' Glee club will
hold their last meeting this year at 4
-o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May 9, in
will Barbour gymnasium. Officers will be
0 12 elected at that time and a short busi-
orn- ness meeting will be held.
Tickets will be on sale for the Sen-
ior Girls' play from 2 to 6 o'clock Mon-
day for women and from 2 to 6 o'clock.
uing for the general public Tuesday and'
Wednesday, in the box office at Hill
rthe WYVERN SOCIETY
nder ELECTS * MEMBERS
e for will
Wyvern society elected the follow-.
ing junior women to its membership:
Elizabeth Carsons, Doris Crouse, Helen
Delbridge, Frieda Diekoff, Susan Fitch,
Mary Hays, Dorothy Jeffries, Cather-
ine Stafford, and Marion Taylor. In-
itiation will be 'held next Tuesday
Wyvern to Entertain for Dean Jordan
Wyvern society will entertain Dean
Myra B. Jordan at a farewell lunch-
eon at the English Muffin Tea rooms.
Efforts are being made by the com-
mittee in charge of the Kappa Alpha
Theta garden party, which is scheduled'
for Friday, May 19, to make the event
a gala affair. Unusual decorative Pea-'
tures will be carried out, and several
musical numbers will be introduced.
Booths in charge of members of the
chapter wil serve refreshments. Ken-
nedy's orchestra which has beeu. en-
gaged to play at the party will furnish
continuous.music fo'r dancing from 9
to 1 o'clock.
Mary E. Hays, chairman of the com-
Smittee in charge," announced yester-
day that tickets are on sale at Gra-
ham's bookstore and may be secured
for $1.50. Stags will be admitted to
the party in a limited number. These
tickets are selling at $1. As the num-
ber of tickets is limited it is impera-
tive that those wishing to attend the
party procure tickets as soon as possi-
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