TSHE' MICHIGAN DAILY
~E$ IN 'INN FAI
Elections for officers of thle Wom,-,en's
league, tho Athletic association, and
the Y. W,1 C. A. will take place from1
8 'to 5 o'clock, Tuesday, in University'
hall. All University women may vote
fop league officers, no registration be-
ing necessary. 'Votes for Athletic as-
sociation c-ucers are restricted to
muembers having more than 100 lion-
or points, and only members who have
registered may vote for Y. W. C. A.
officers. Votingr; will be b~y ballot.
Candidates for league officers are as
follows: president, Dorothy Bishop,
'24, Helen Delbridge, '24, Susan Fitch,
'24; vice-president, Fried a Diekhoff,
'25, Kathryn W~ood ward., '24; treasur-.
er, Jeanne Britgs, '25, Alice Powell,
'25; recording secretary, Margaret
Beal, '25, Olive McKay, '25; corres-
ponding secretary, Grace Hall, '25,
Dorothy McFarlen, '25; senior repre-
sentative, Elizabeth Carson, '25, Dor-
is Crouse, '24; junior representatives,
(vote for two), -Marion Barlow, '25,
Margaret. Dixon, '25; Alphra Ladd, '25,
Elizabeth' liebermann, '25; sophomore
representative, Virginia Kersey, '2G,
Ruth Rankin, '26.
Candidates for offices in the atb-
letic association are: President, Eliz,-
abeth Cain, '24, Mary Early, '24, whose
namre was omitted in the first pub lica-
! tion of andiulate s, Flizabeth Lauver,
K ' 2n vice-president, Marianna Smnalley,
MIarion Bigelow, '26, Norma flowbur,
'P:-ereta-y, !Alma iCrcuse, '2,Dor-
Sothy Brogan, '25; senior r;>resenta-
tive, TLois Miller-, '24; VWinifred Crai-i,,
'24 ; junior representative, AnnseSinms,
'2 , Me1rle Rtowe, '25; sophomiore rep-
rceenta.,Jve, Dorothy Og!)orn, '26, Alice
Canddaesfor Y. W. C. A. offices
are: president, Lila Reynolds, '24,
FDorothy Jeffrey, '24; vice-president,
ILiuvei i llay -,( '26, Rosemary Lauir-
e1re, '24A; scyta'y liza:beth rBurns,
'2 ;, Helen13rown, '25; treaiurer, Verna
Tr ebllcock , '5, Lillian Wetzel, '25.
IN FESTIVAL SOCON
Jcanette Kru1' a Johnson will pre-
Ssent her thlird May dance festival on
Tuesday evening, May 1, at Hdill audi-.
torium. The fe;tival is being given
under the aiusnices of £samm,]a Phi Beta
for the benefit of the Women's league
Mrs. Jchnson studied in Chica o tun-
der Mine. Yourg, formerly of the
City under Arex Kosloff, of the Im-
SGrand Opera as-ociation, in N.ew, York
penial Rsinballet and undler M,.
Portapovritch, formerly' of Pavlova's
The program will include national.
interpretive, oriental, eccentric and'
toe dances ending with a ballet of
seven dancers. Tickets will be on
sale Friday, April 27, Monday, April
30,. and Tuesday, May 1, at. booths: in
fthle library' and University hall.
Extra practice in. spring sports may
be taken as follows: Baseball f6r,
seniors and juniors, at 4:15 o'clock I
Mon day and Wednesday afternoons-at
Palmer field; for sophomores and
freshmen, at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons; archery for all
classes, at 4:15 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoons; tennis for upperclass womn-
en, at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday after-
Women who wish to take part in the
spring tennis tournament are re-
quested to register immediately in
I3arbour gymnasium. A slip for this;
prpose .will be found. on the bulletin
Women who have received cards
from the league rummage sale com<
mittee are asked to mail reports to
the committee at once in order- that
articles may be called for on Mon-
Wyvern will meet at 8:30 o'clock~
tomnorrow, eventing at Helen Newberry
I.'Mummers, women's dramatic or- Ciarenice Ilyde, of South Blend, Ind.,
ganization, will hold spring tryouts' wh'ich took, place on April 13, in this
from 3. to 5 o'clock Tuesday and from city,.
3 to 5:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hal JATNF1ISICAIJE ti AES
All women on the campus are eligible. ('.1NDI DATES F'OR-OFFICES
Members of, the club are expected to
attend tryouts. Nominations for officers for next
year have been made6 by the nominat-
There will be a regular meeting of)
Michigan Dames at 8 o'clock toinor- ing committee of" the Matinee Mu's-1
row evening at Helen Newberry resi- iae Mrs. Ilarry Bacher has., been:
dunce. Prof. George WVilnier will give suggecsted= for president; for vice-pres-
somen readings..'icdoutt, Mrs. Ralph Aigler; for second
vice-presidlent, Mrs. S. W.' Mower; for
entry into the interhouse ba eball recording secretary, Mrs. . N. Men-
tmouirneinent mnay be made by sig;!nng efee; for corresponding secretary,
on the bulletin -board ins Barbour gymn- Mrs. C. L.* Washburn; fore treasurer;
nasim. Mrs. Johin Sundwall ;and for direct-
ors,, which is. a two, year term,; Mrs.
All -articles for the league rummage 1 arry Hlawley, anid Mrs. Hloward
sale will be collected' from the organ- I Faust. Mrs. M. A. Ives, Mrs. Fred.
ized houses Monday afternoon, 'MNcOmber and Mrs. Carl Braun were:
-----elected for a two year term in this
Ansniinc _arri ago office in 1922. Under the newu constt-
Announcement has been made of the tution, nomination, cahi be madam from
marriage -of Dorothy Geltz, '24,. to the floor.
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SEVEN GREAT AAIN REELS SO CRAB -FULL OF ACTION,,
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