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FMN FILL OFFICES
erine Mellen, '26, Ruth Rankin,'23flb Illhfh
Catherine Coryell, '26, Margaret Mogk EIORS ~~IN M~IL
' 26, Margaret Effinger, '26, Lorettaj
Cohy, Chambeotgbrlain,''2 , ay Dolr- TPT 111~IT
otCoop ber, a'262, Drh MObry'6,lDr- IM TI9 lIEW CSTO
Louthan, '26, Jessie Sprague, '26, Mar-1I___
garet Geddes, '26, Ruth Jennings, '26,1SGES FPASFR
Margaret Page, '26, Anne Seeley, '26STLSO LYSFi
Katherine Wilson, '26, Dorothy Waldo, a+ NEXT YEAR'S AlNNUAL I
'26, Elizabeth Tompkins, '26, Elizabeth PRODUCTIONi
Beard, '26, Mildred Keunzel, '26, and,
Dorothy Spencer, '26. Starting what is hoped will become
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Women of the junior, sopliomore
and freshman classes met yesterday
afternoon at Barbour gymnasium to
elect comm~uittee for the coining year,
Nominees for the senior judiciary
committee include Dorothy Greenwald,
'24, Ida Jenks, '24, Constance Smith,
'24, and Loraine Price, '24. From this
number one member will be selected
later. The senior social committee
was elected as follows: Charlotte Er-
mann, '24; chairman, Natalie Glover,
'24, H-ope Halliday, '24, and Dorothy
Wyley, '24. Pamela Brown, '24, was
elected cl rm*-nan of the senior. girl's
play committee, and those chosen to
assist her were Winifred Craigie, '24,
Doris Crouse, '24, Madeline Arnold, '24,
and Elizabeth Carson, '24.
Juniors Make Elections
Nominees for the junior judiciary
council member are, Charlotte Har-
rison, '25, Evelyn Wideman, '25, ;Olga
Verdelin, '25, and Alma Crouse, '25.,
Margiret Beal, '25, was elected chair-,
man of the junior advisory !commit-
tee. The social committee of the jun-
ior class includes: Eleanor Putnam,
'25, chairman, Louise Barley, '25, Mar-
jorie Sweet, '25, Winifred Cheney, '25,_
and Adelaide Sherer, '25. Members
of the Junior Girl's play committee1
are, Helen Brown, '25, chairman, Dor-
othy Spencer, '25, vice-chairman, Mar-
garet Barnum, '25, Jeanne Briggs, '25,
and Edna Kadow, '25.
Sophomores ]Elect Committee
Nominees for the sophomore mem-
ber of the judiciary council are: Lor-
ainke Parent, '2f, Margaret Effinger,
'26, Ruth Carson, '26, and Virginia}
Kersey, '26. - The sophomore social
committee includes: Kathryn Clark,!
'26, chairman, Francis Walker, '26,
Jessie Sprague, '26, Elizabeth Mc Dow-
ell; '26, and Katherine Wilson, '26; The
members of the Freshman Spread comn-
mnittee were elected as follows: Cath-
a custom in the club, senior members
of Masq~ues, viomen's dramatic :or-
ganization, met with Professor JI
Raleigh Nelson, of the engineeringl
English department, to suggest thel
#Professor J. 14tilgh Nelson and l corresponding secretary, William C.
lMrs. Nelson are entertaining mem- VWang; treasurer, Wei H. Yu.
bers of the club at a tea at their home Y. F. Wu is the second Chinese wo-
from 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow after- ;a wohshl hspsto.le
noon. At this'time Professor Nelson 4I1
will speak to the women on oi- prdecessor was Helen L. Wong, who
cies of the organization for next year. held the omfce or presidency in 1921.
Miss Wu came to America and enter-
STU ENT EL CTIed the University in 1922, and is now-
i - suecializing in biology. While in- China
WOMAN PRESWiENT she graduated froml Ginling college,j1
----,.. Nanking, and was for, several years;
"Give a woman the credit that teaching in, the Women's higher Nor-
deevs""htiIwa h majoiyml College, Peking, the highest .edu-
of members of the Chinese Students ;cational institution for women in the!
Club said when they elected Y. F. Wu i ient. '
as president of the club for. 1923-24.
The other officers elected at the meet- Martha Washington Candies fresh for
in.are: vice-president, C. C. Tong; Mothers' Day,. Tice's 113.R. Lifer-1
recording secretary, Florence Chang; ty. advy.
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A Newv Pattern
I I annual play to be undertaken next
- ~year. Because those who are graduat-
There will be a meeting of the Girli ing understand the problems of the
Reserve leader's at 7 o'clock this eve- club better than .some of the other,
Wing, in the south parlor of N ewberry nmembers, it is thought that thoir.sub'-
hall. A special program has been ar- gestions bear considerable value to
ranged, jthle organization.
______The meeting at which the final se-
The class in girl scout leadership e lection is to be made will be held at
will meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow morn- 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the
ing in Barbour gymnasium instead. parlors of Barbour gymnasium. In
'the meantime the senior-members are
All women who are to dance in the asked to read the plays -that have been
Pageant on Lantern night will hold an sgetdadwihaeo eeec
important meeting at 4 o'clock tomor- in the upper study hall of the general
row afternoon in Barbour gy a iu. library. Some of the prays nov un-
gymasim.1der consideration are: "The. Piper,"
Murmers will hold. their annual by Josephine Preston Peabody; "A
elections at 4:15 o'clock this after- Thousand Years Ago," and "The Can-
noon at the Delta Delta Delta house. terbury Pilgrims," by Percy. Mackaye;
*Maeterlinck's "Bluebird", "Alcestia,"
There will be no more league parties' by Carlota Montenegro; "Every-
this spring, because of the many oth- man," by Montrose J. Moses; "The
er activities which will. take place.f Chineese Lantern," by Laurence Holl-
Tha artes wll e cntined extman; and "Es her,"7 a tragedy adapted
yea='" from the French of Jean Racine by
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Acts 3, 4, and 5 of the Senior Girls'!
Play will meet at 7 o'clock tonight in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The group
of foresters wil meet at 3:30 o'cock
'tomorrow in the basemen4 of !Barbour
gymnasium and the cast at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning in Sarah Caswell
The second round of the tennis
tournament must be played off by May
17. There will be no extension of
Some of, the plays would necessitate
production in the Whitney rather than
in Hill auditorium as has been a cus-'
tom of Masques for several years. The
play chosen will be announced eh
the night of May 23 when the club
will give "Will 0' the .Wisp" before
Jmembers of. the club and their guests.
JElection of oficers for next year
will be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday, May
22, in the parlors of Barbour gym-
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On Fridavs herea fter, r re 'n r; ' May 4, a Special
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the Campus at. 1, 2, 3 and 4 P. M. for Detroit.
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Arcade - Gloria Swanson in
"Prodigal Daughters"; comiedy,
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I rpheum-Evelyn Brent in "Thej
I Woman Who Came Back";
/j~ Pearl White in ''Plunder.''"
IWuerth-Elmer Clifton's "Down
j othe Sea in Ships"; comedy,
Stage-Thits Week '
Garrick- (Detroit)- Chauncey I
Olcott in "The Heart of Pad-'J
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PEARL WHITE in "PLUNDER"
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See the Midnight Bathing arty!
See a Real. Flapper
Tickets for Single Concerts may be secured at the University School of Music,
$1.50 each. A few Course Tickets remain at $5.00 each.
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