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THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Lucilla Walker, Mriel Iuriujgham n
Ka<ther ine Aliz sw orth, iElean)or Wior±11
ington, Mlle,) a wCordi.
The11o "l!)iforC liflw-llp)i1s o fol

Membher~ of the(,cla~ss l r i~
ams -were announcedyeslerdy, n
ill begirt practice the first part of
_c week at Padlmer field for .the inl-
rclass cot^eats which wtiill be play;-
[in the near future.
The scnior. class team has the fol-
Iluig lineup: Lucillie Febean, p,., Car-
no Johnson, c., 1)orothy Brown, lb.,
thryn Potter, 21), Helen Mbiler, 31,
eolyn ('dy s. orothry Floo"', rf.-
ra MWt, cK,- Frances Ames, If.1
lhe junior team is composed of:
trian Willis, p., W'inifred Cra'igie, c..I
ry Hlays, lb., Elizabeth Lauver, 2bh
is Miller, 75, Pauline (,:;l g'her, s.
rothy Bogan, rf., Lydia ikc:.
trina I'owbee,-, If. squad, Margaret
in Keegan, Ai~irian Munz, Ann Shol-
n, Clarice Casady, Chariotta Crofts,

Crmwel, r., Ahna Crouwe, IHi, (ive
~a ~hruchrrf.,01;lga? rdebcln, cf,
cm' th D Ji, f.; sqi Tl' , WIa ll-i
O aoll, Chl notte Sprigsteen, latrtli
The fres-hman team has the follow-
ing mmb ers:"hMarion Lawvless, elen
Wicks, P., Alice(Langtorni]'L, c, Doorothy
Ogborn, lb., Marion Tindslcy, 21, Al-
ice Young, 41., Pearl7l~aph, sm, Hu-
en. Kimball, r', lbert ' lI odail, cif.,
I llarn BgolwIf., suaIngrid Al-
ole ilpr!ag' ,^*.
Lo hld asfolows: seiors at 4 o'-
tcio!;"ck T ues (lay affternoonrat lmeric'
lfieldi;juiors at 5o'clock Tuesd iI a f
ternoon; sophomores, at 4 o'clock
M2onday ;_ Irehmen at 4 o'clock l t I-

d.(ay. Ti' h ete o not permit lace woulid bring a much ihr rc The fairy group for the Senior Girls'
te etii tbele'atthe fil1n h hos ac icei ra ly .will meet at 5 o'clock M(-onday aft-
theywil behel inB~thuu gy.- ossss~n, wok o ar initsox eroonin lBarbour gymnasiumn.
na1, ;n1711(1't: ''S l l e c;'csen ai ' t htather.i n?2;"iifrmu genera
' arngei . a o 10',aeie tO oante.eers"ls,,for the Senior Gir',s'
gams. i 'li Brnes unei ieccfa 1 ;re as,1follows: Acts 5,' 1, 2,at
I Czch ad ha don muc to elp he i 'lock Monday in Sarah Caswell
~ ~ acemakes o hercoutry o bd t'Augll all; courtiers, retainers, and
1&.uC h Teo, irctmake ohre instead of hvig; natarsat, 4_o'clock Tuesday;
cz~ a eE hibit' therAwok absrbedinto largeur :),i (fariesat 5 o'clock Tuesday; acts 21
Wearniat(r ties -___a?.4 o'clock Wednesday in the1
- Io Barbour gymnasium;, acts]
Srf~l sgva bridge l________ ____________4 and ':a 4 o'clock Thursday in Sar-
teason Wducay aad hu elayaf- abCaswe lAngell hall.
ternons rom : 39to f5:30 o0o"
IM All the, tennis matches in the se
see-1an roundl arc required to be played
t tlatti e a exibtio an sae e j ~oft by Wednesday, May 23. Thle nets
(zch-Lo a]anla v ill be l-,1Id.1 -,ill be up all today for as many
Th ehiito , no',v in uchale<(~ 01 . ununrers will hld ?la :eeai Ior'atclies to be played off as possible.I
Lb J'A un e, is the ~tho electionm of oflier atl 4 coc,_____
1 ,?,l lrt o! i fe vhll gese, 07' - r(1i.c1")i t- t e la D l a L ~a All A thena m em bers w ho w ish to at_
l thtns ;and one near irgu. hetdthe picnic, should consult bulletin
pa) stor of ec village gathered theI"1 bea~rd and sign up there 'on Monday.
work and sent it to the go uejAnmeeting of Masoues will h1,n hi1
bureau:. Through lthe;;.effort ithe at (;4 o'clock Tu':Aay Inlthe ailoro offor all events which have
Iirns Sie ndEih Ells, tic s~ r ynstua lcto Ucf ekgiven for the bene~fit of th e
C~l;Ut~llt/,Z5 ilkll ver Muh o fiersU):nex yer wll e hld t Uivrsity of Michigan League build-
it wasIsold thIro)g,<'womenis organ- this tlime. The board of doirc of 5(4 jg fund, must be turned in by Ju~ne
zat,ins, aidin thlis aythepeaisants, t he club vill held aleotii;','a 3 .1. to Neva Ltovveellate her offlie n
-got a lair Inl ce for it, l.hough )the' o'clock rr'uc . [1y B.:- n i ynnas ' so'that th'4}com

petitive charts may be compiled.! MARTHiA WASHINGTON; Can(
Checks sho, ld be made payable to the fresh every Friday. Tiee's, 11'3 E
Michigan Leagu;; campaign fund. Liberty.-Adv.
All sophomoresare required to have; Girls-If you are interested in s
final physical examinations by 4 o'- ing this summner, Call 321-,T.---Ad'
clock Wednesday afternoon; May 23, in I arnieTe alyavrts,
Bablrgyrnnasium Those wvho have ______
not yet signed up may make appoint-'
m nents in the office of the gyr nas- - "
mml-. Stanford University
GIRLS-If you are interested in Californila
selling this summer; call 3221-J. any Sme ure,12

' ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUlS
Time)
Bus leaves, Adrian G6:00 and
11:45 a. m, and 3:45 p.mi. Leaves
Ann Arbor "6:45'a. 'm. and 12:45
and 4:45 p,.im.
"SUNDAY-Leave Ann Arbor
6:45 a. m.and 6:45 p. in. Leave
Adrian 3:-45 p. m. only.
Meet 1), U. R. cars at Saline both ways
for connections for Ypsilanti, Wayne

Tuesday, 19 June, to Saturday,
1 September
Second hialf brgins 26 July
Opportu' iiles to ;work f'or
higher d >:rees anti the A. 13.
degree in thec+o eaic cclimate of
the San Fra i ci, co penlinszuia.
Courses in the regular ac--
demic and scientific branrches,
and in law.
Information from Office 7.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY

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