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THE MICHIGSAN DAILY

@f6URNiSAMFl a3r CINTIN 1.1
AN1N~i{1 -VdOW 1DELTA ET
LL'LTA A i-C 1 ; .^Z DT
urergame, in the interhouse
~ebal Iurnriet will be playeds
iorro w ~amrfield. At 4:30 o'-
cIbi in teronnDelta Dlta Dcl-
wiillly lhEpio Phi. At
'clok ut ,ieh -afternoon Alpha Gain-
Deha w<i'? play Helen Newberry,
It G : 2 o'cl'ock Kappa Kappa
a naa AAlpha Phi will play.
'c co7:r t: ti o staidin;; of teams
I inii t,.ournament are aafol-
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Is Bank ~OfficialCN~hY~O
EFFCIENEXT FALL

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- ~Rehearsals -for t ho S.nior Cir'sI
Rersinrf rental contracts for n-t pl.ay are as follows: Ac.ts 4an>d5 at
yea rwa accomplished at a contfor- 4 o'clock today in Iarah C ll n,:;eli
oce-c' .thc heads, of League house°;hall.
which was c allcd by Dean Jean 11am-
ilton. The installation ceremonies f'or th
The revised contract which has officers of the Womnen's ea, will h
bea vgeedurn i bidig fr OlCheld tomorrow afternoon, in Farah
semester only h0ut it automatically re-j Caswell Angell hall.
news itCelfunless the reasons for
chane cme nde cetai deiniely The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
,Lrranged head~s.A satisfactory mian 'Imee, at 4.30 o'clock this after-
ner of procedure in the case of coi n inBrbueymaiuc,;ti
plIanshas been worked out. aiinhearbour gmnasiumth g. i asti
scan Hamilton has called a sccon':iprtn ha vrymm r.al
meeting; of the .Deals of Unive rsity be present. Plans will be m-de fov
houes ornex Mr~dy eenng~Atthe annual spring; serenading trip.1

1.a la ill rehecarwe at 5 o'cloc~k today
Membersof Por~tia Literary society
willmeetat 5:30 o'clock this even-
3ng 1'arOte fireplace for their annual
ni. heyar rquested to bring
tuns t coerthe bills which were
1 o) themthis week.
aVC)you paid your Michigan,
r, luf membership pledge? If in
Qutcall1 Dorothy Wylie, 2949. All
), r_(.ts must be made by May 31..
Th 1e lie an important meeting
f- 1iLmbda Theta at 3:30 o'clck
this aftroon: at Martha Cook build-
-.Le tion of officers for next year
wl eh.eld. All memnbers are re-
(ictdto be present as this will ber
t' l ,,At meeting of the year.
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1ARD (W IF1UBLICATIOIN
ESTABLISHED AT IHNNE~SOTA
F~ollowin~g the example set by the
niverslty of Michigan, the Univer-.
ty of ~lhnnesota has placed the elec-
onl of the editors and business moan-
;ers of her student publications in
eo hands of. a board. in control of
udent puiblications. The board con-
sts of the Presidenft of the univar-'
y, the head of the departmnent' of
urnalism, the dean of student af-
irs, and six students, each of whom
presents a college of the university,
ie of the a tudoents is president of the
yard.
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i JfMri,. C. u"E'. ilea
Mrs. C. F. Hearin, of Clay, Ky., is
one of thie tew womeqn in the United
titate G to be vice-p resident ofa bank.
When the Farmers National bank ofJ
Clay was; organized in 1907, hier hus-
b and, who was the cashier, naeeded an
assistant so she started her banking
career "just for pastime."
Beginning with,' the discounts and
Ilearning all the details she found that
'banking was her vocation. For ten
years she filled the position of assist..
ant cashier, then jumped from her
husband's assistant to the position of
first v ice-presidlent.
f ELECT OFFIC ERSl

tbu s time .the question o authority1
between the house heads and the hzouse
president will be adjusted.I
ADVISORCHAIRMN
APPOINTSCOMMITTE
Juni r advising is a custom at Mich!-
igan wh~ich began farther back than,
anyonme can remember. Every year
each junior who is willing to be an
radvisor is giv en the names of. at least
two freshmen, to whom she writes dur-
ing the( su mmer to, give then the nec-
ess-ary information regarding theUni-
vei'ftv. She helps them to register in
the fall, and is more or less r espons-
ible for their tweifare all year. 'The
chaairman" of j rn<or advisors is elected
at: class elections in the spring;, and
he appoints the other committeemen.
Members of, next year's poinittee
are: Margaret real, general chairman;
Sally Walser, assistant chairman;
Elizabet~h Lieberman, treasurer; Hl-
en B~row,,,, puiblicity; Edna Kladow,
c hairmian of complaints ; Charlotte)
Eckert, printing and badges; Alma(
Crouse, chairmnan of workers during

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JUNE Magazine 35 CENTS
D.erv roomna Hearst's Intei atiprnl urns some big su~bje inside ct

Seree n--TLo day

Arcade - Joseph Hergesheim-
,er's "The Bright Shawl" with
Prichard Barthelme3ss; Mer-
maid comedy, "Kick Out."
Majestic-"Where the Pavement
Ends" with Alice Terry; Lar-
ry Seoo comedy; Billy Moore
and His Band.
Wperth-"The Man From Lost
Rivers," with House Peters.
Comedy, news.
Orpheum- William Russell in
"Goodbye Girl;"; comedy and

Officers of Mdsues for the coming the registration period; Marianna
year were elected Wednesday. They Smalley, "lists"; Rosalie Frenger wii
are: prewident, Dorathy. Jeffrey, '24; have charge of the party given for the
vic-lwzhlntVolua b%.eigh Carter, I freshmen in the fall.
'24; secretar", Isabel Waterworth, '24;
tr'ea'surer, 'sargre of i eal, '25; niei a- D.A.1lll(I Annual Luncheon Todahy
her-at-large, Hortens>e Hoad, '24. rrhe Sarah Caswell Angell chapter
Mluinners electedl the following of- 'of the Daukhters of the American Rev-
fcers: president, Lauirella Hiolis' '24; olution will have their annual lunch-
vice.-president, Roszahind Freund, '24; eon this noon at the Washtenaw Colin-'
treasurer, Chtarl-otte Eckert, '25; sec-]ity club. It is to be decorated in a few
roery Kathryn1 Clark, '26; assistant spring flowers to add to the attractive-
,ecretary, ThleimuWegand, '24. nesothocai.
Others are benefitteil by the classi-I Lose somnethig? A classified fi
fieds, why not YOU? -Adv. classified ad will Bell It for your-Adv

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