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May 17, 1923 - Image 3

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TH E MICHIGAN D,

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for the cast of acts -3, 4
Senior Girls' play will be'
ock this afternoon in Sar-
Angell hall.

rhe Mummers meeting scheduled fore
lay has been postponed, and will be
Id at 4 olclc Monday at the Delta
Ata Delta house. Officers will. be
cted at that time.
Baseball games in the interhouse
Irnament were postponed the fore-
rt of the week due to the rainy
lather. On the first day of good
rather the following games will bei
yed at Palmrer field: at 6:30 o'clock
the morning, Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha
silon Phi, and Delta Delta Delta vs.
)ha Omicron. Pi; at 5 o'clock in the
ernoon, Kappa Alpha Theta vs. New-
'ry, and Delta Gamma vs. "Sorosis;
:30 o'clock Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Adel-
Cheever, Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.
sy Barbour. Further games will
announced when the above have
!n played.

ifOMEN TO ENTERTIN,
GUESTS AT BREAKFST:
Women of the University will have 1
an opportunity to entertain their May
Feastival guests at a May breakfast to
be held Saturday morning at Barbour
gymnasium. Breakfast will be served
at two different hlours 8:30'and 9:30!
o'clock.fI
A traditioal feature of the break-
fast will be 'a strawberry and cream
specialty. Members. of the committee
in charge, and a group of freshman
girls from Betsy Barbour house and a
Helen Newberry, residence, will assist
in the serving.
Members of the, Delta Zeta, Delta
Gammia and Alpha Omicron Pi soror-,
i ties who are entertaining their moth
ers at :house parties this week end,
have reserved tables. The cabinet of
the Y. W. C. A. wvill entertain the
members of the advisory board, includ-i
ing Mrs. J. R. Effinger, Mrs. M. L. Bur -
ton, Mrs. John Sundwall, Mrs. S. C.
Runnels, Mrs. Frederick Peterson,
Mrs. Walser, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs.
Ladd, and Mr .J3.E. Beal.
Tickets may still be secured at
Wahr's and Graham's book stores and!
at the office of the University Y. W.
C. A. at Newberry hall, at 35 cents
apiece., /

CC UNCIL APPOINTS
CAMPAIGN ADVISOIR

Stye S'how 'D'Rws SENIOR SOCIETY ELECTS
Large Attendance Seir society, honorary society, for
independent women, has .elected 12
Fourgrops f syies inludng tJiiO. women to membership. Those
turon, ofstre, ncldievngf-who have the distinction are: Dorothy
ternro , Poot tet ndeeig!Bgan, Claribel Bowen, Lucretia Brew-
clothes were displayed in the fash ion erIPamela Brown, Charlotte Ermann,
show at thep Unzion yesterday 4 fter- Dorothy, Greenwald, Margaret Jones,
noon. The exhibit was given throw gi.h Dorothy Lane, Rosemary Lawrence,
the courtesy of the .J. 1..Hudson corn - iEdiltl; \lihies, Lila Reynolds, and Kath-,
pany of Detroit, under the auspcc,'s of ierine Stafford.
Betsy Barbour hou se, with Coj,:nte
Baldwin, '23, as chairman. L~oop over the values in the classi-
Ted Bennett's orchestra played. fieds.-Adv.
Contrary to the expectations of manmy.
men were present in large numbers,
as the show included men's as well
as women's styles.. Among those pros-n or Good T~oiv Use
ent was Beniamino G-igli, who sang RIDERI'S SPECIAL INK
in the opening concert of the May Fs A superior fountain pen ink
ti'val last night. His manager, was so RIDER 'S PEN SHOT
impressed with the hangings that he
inquired as to their value.

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Extra baseball practice will be held
as follows: seniors and juniors at 4
o'clock Monday and Wednesday after-
noons at Pa~ner field; 'sophomores and
freshmen at 4 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons. The class teams
'will be chosen at the end of the week
so all women trying out are urged to
attend regularly. More seniors 'espes
cially are needed.
Tickets for the May breakfast which'
is to be given by the University Y. W.
C. A. Saturday morning at Barbour
gymnasium, are on sale at Wahr's and
Graham's bookstores,, at 35 cents a''.
piece.
at

} MIrs. Folly Price Cook
The Alumnae council heas appointed.
Mrs. Cook to act as advisor to the
committee in charge of. the greater mil-
lion dollar campaign for a'Michigan
,League building.
Bridge Tea Will Benefit League
A bridge tea for the display and
sale of hand-made lace imported from
Czecho-Slovakia will be held May 23
and 24 at Westminister hall. The pro-
ceeds will go to the Michigan League .
fund. ,

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AT THE THRATERS

Newberry To Hold
Fete Despite Rain
Although fate, and the weather moan
seem to be trying to play a trick this
week, it, wdi in no, way interfere, with
the lawn fete which is to be given Sat-
1urday afternoon and evening by the
members of Helen Newberry residence.
Refreshments will be served from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon,
And from 7:30 to 11 o'clock- in the
evening. Among the specialties of-
fered will be strawberry shortcake,
iee-cream: and cake, and lemonade. In.
addition there is to be a dance from
8 to 12 o'clock. in the evening, for!
which Kennedy's Kollegians will play.a
Every, one is invited to attend,. and ther
dance is not to be a strictly couple
affair. A small. admission price is to.
be charged, and there will be special,
fees for the dances.
"Rolling stones gather no moss,"1
but unused funiture gathers dust.
Call 960. .-Adv.

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there's not one speck of doubt about the
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