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nning tihe usual social functions. A
arty for freshman women to be giv-
n at 7:30 o'clock 'Wednesday eve-
ng in IBarbour gymnasium is the firstf
cial function of the year.
Miembership in the league can be

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Activities were somewhat limited
.his sumumer for the Women's league
'eeause of the com)paratively small
unier~of girls attending the Summer
sess ion. The 'Women's league is an
organization 'of wvomen at ?Michigan,
ormned for the purpose of uniting theI
arge numbers of women here andi
elping them to feel that they are a
)at of the University. -During the
egular sessions practically every wo-
naierle nteU.iest +,ngs and a general get-together party
sheld every Friday afternoon in Bar-_
sour gymnnasiumn. During the summ er
ronths it wvas considered: ,inadvis-
,be to have a Party every week be-
muse of the decreased enrollment,
ut teas, picnics, and garden partiesk
/er"e held at fr equent intervals, social .
ctiv;ities of thec league being contin-
ed in this way,'
Mrs. Ev-ans Holbrookc, '03, wife of
~'f. Evans Hlolbrook of the t Law
hoo, "left <Anr Airbor this summer
or, 'tne lur ose e f organizing Mich-
;anAlumnae associations in the west
'q t id in the ca ipaign to raise
oney for the er ection of the propos-
d 'Million dolla r university of Michi-
a.n League building for womeon. St.
Louis, Kaun,-as City, Denver, Missoula,
poka.Une, Th'aen a,' Seattle,, Portland,
ugene', Sanr Francis~co, San Jose,
' aadena. and Los Angleles are the'
ties in Which it is expected that
Luna e groups will bie" organized.
then this trip has been completed
lo entire Un}ited States will have been
)vered for the purprose of organiza-
on.
Announcemlent4 was made at the
Ine meeting of the Alumnae council
Psever'al "ifts to the buildin g fund,
id the t;re 5urer's report showed thatI
tthat tunile 9'._5,334.04 hadi been pleag-
.1 for bluilding and endlowvrnent, off
hich $17500 has been paid.
Ilone Yiselher, '23, was president of(

Obtained during the campaign, 'which
1will take place about the third week.
in October.
IUNDER NEW SYSTEM
H-onor points will be awarded for
the Women's Athletic association 'in
a new way this year. In order to earn
honor points, every woman must be-
~long to one of the two new organiza-
tions which have been worked out by
the Executive Board. The major or-
ganization admits to membership all
who have earned 100 honor points or
[more; the minor organization in-
cludes those who have less -than 100
honor points.
The point system itself has been
re-arranged and is now standardized
to correspond with the systems of

PIKE ASSOCIATION MNE-1BERSF
{ AKE VISIT TO A't :AIZBORi
Eighty members of the Michigan
Pike association were visitors in Ann
i arbor during the past summer, this
being one of the scheduled stopping
points on their annual. tour through
the state. The purpose of the or-
ganization is to further' the move-
ment toward better roads, and eacht
year an inspection of highways in
Michigan is made by the members and
their families.
The tourists were welcomed on
July 20 by the local branch of the
Detroit A utomobile club, and were
addressed by Prof. A. H. Blanchard,
of the highway engineering and trans-
port department. A banquet, was ar-{
ranged and entertainment p-.±ovided
for 'the guests.
FOR EXPERTU
RIV~ER'S PEN ,SHOP
308 S. State St.
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All gymnasium classes will meet
for the first time on Tuesday, Sept.
26, or Friday, Sept. 29, at Barbour
gymnasium. Everyone is requested
to wear street clothes.
Sophomores are requested to hand
in their schedules before 4 'o'clocki
IMonday, Sept. 25, in the registration
room at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of all fresh-
men women at 4 o'clock Wednesday,
Sept. 27, in th e auditorium of Sarah
Caswell AngellH all., Dean Hamilton
will give her first talk in the Uni-
versity at this timer~
Sophomores who have been regis-
tered in the University before are re-
.-uested to take their heart and lungI
POWDER
4 PARLO1R
In order to facilitate our,
service we have
emploped
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320 South State
(Over Graham's)

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know' this location better as the Dr. Vaughan
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