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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIRD NNUAL RUMMAGE
SALE SET FOB MAY T2 3
Loth undergraduates and alumnae
ofbthe University are to co-operate in
the third annual rummage sale which
is to be given on.May 2 and 3, at the
Y. M. C. A., for the benefit of the Uni-
versity of Michigan League building
fund. The sale is being conducted un-
der the auspices of the residents of
Helen Newberry dormitory.
Collections for' clothes will be made
at all league houses, dormitories and
sororities on April 28. Faculty mem- 1
bers' houses will be solicited also.
Local stores and those of large neigh-
boring towns will be asked to con-
tribute for the sale, and alumnae of
the University have been reached
through letters and personal solicit-
ing done during Easter vacation. Pre-
vious to the sale downtown, a smaller
one will be conducted on April 30, in
the basement of Helen Newberry resi-
dence, for the benefit of those Univer-
sity women who may be interested.'
The committee in charge of the af-
fair includes Rosalea Spaulding, '25.
chairman; Ethel Fralick, '26, assistant
chairman; Miriam Goddard, '25, Edna
Kadow, '25, Phyllis Turnbull, '25,
Thelma Wiegand, '24, Lillias Beattie,
'25, Catherine Brady, '27, Marion My-,
ers, '27, Harriet Abbott, '27, and Lil-
lian Lake, '25. .

Ex-Dea n Returns
From Stay Abroad

Myra B. Jordan,I
For twenty years dean of women'
of the University, who with Mr. Jor-
dan, has just returned from a stay of
21 months in Italy and other parts of
the continent.
D. A. R. DELEGATES
ATTEND CONGRESS

SLEAERSHIP COMMISSION
ORGANIZED BY Y. .CA
Formation or a leadership commis-
sion for new women on the campus,I
has been undertaken by the Univer-
sity Y. W. C. A. as a new part of the
work of that association. Twenty en-
tering women were appointed to mem-
bership in the commission. These wo-
men were chosen because of their in-
terest in campus lire, ability to work
with other people, and interest in the
work of the Y. W. C. A.
The purpose of the commission is to
give the members an opportunity of
discussing the meaning of leadership
and the development of the individual*
as a leader. It is designed to form
plans for helping entering women to
become more readily a part of the
.campus life. More specific plans willI
be made later. Geraldine Truscott,
'25, of the cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.,
is chairman of the committee in
charge.
Those appointed on the commission
are: Mariam Goddard, '25, Jean Smith,
'25, Emily Hulbert, '27, Margaret Dow,,
'27, Adeline Peterson, '27, Evelyn
Johnson, '27, Elsie Hardy, '27, Mary
Louise Coolidge, '27, Evelyn Murray,
'27, Maxine Shinkman, '27, Bona May-
hew, '27, Mary Carr, '27, Della Hou-
land, '25, Anna Duncan, '27,, Alice'
Vliet, '27, Katherine Johnson, EllaC
Ruhl, Gertrude Welch, '27, and Mar-
jorie Mathews, '26.
STUDENT DIES
Edith Stoneburner, '24, died yester-
day morning at St. Joseph hospital, of
menengitis after having been confined
in the hospital for two months. Miss
Stoneburner was 21 years of age and

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a House Clu bs
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The Stroller
Passes By
We had a terrible time explaining
to the family why we slept so well in
the daytime, but couldn't sleep before
10:30 at night.,
Moonlight disturbed us especially.
We explained that there were certain
subjects we discussed only on moon-
light nights.
There was only one swain in a radi-
us of 40 miles. We had a splendid
vacation.
We had a bran new hat which we
planned to startle the natives yester-
day-+and then it rained.
Hoev'good it seems to be back with
everyne shaking our hand and pat-
ting t on the back as tho' we'd been
gon two months and had just won a
worl's prize for something.
We gained seven pounds and lost
the haggard look about our eyes that

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Delegates from the Sarah Caswell
Angell chapter of the Daughters of thef
American Revolution to the Continent-
al congress April 14 to 1.9 at Washing-
ton, D. C., were Mrs. Harry Burns'
Hutchins, MrsI Virtor C. Vaughn andI
Mrs. Ella M. Kingsbury acting as vice-
regent. Alternates to the congress
were Mrs. S. V". Beakes and Mrs. Ar-
thur Brown. iss Fandira Crocker
of Ann Arbor, represented the Alex-
ander McComb chapter of the D. A.
R. at Mt. Clemens. The congress took.
place in the Memorial Continental
hall.
President Calvin Coolidge, the am-f

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bassador from France, M. Jusserand,
the ambassador from England, Sir
Esme Howard, all spoke at the Con-I
gress.1
Reports of the conference will be
given on Thursday at the home of Miss
Carrie Watts, 331 East Liberty street.

a resident of Ann Arbor. She was a
member of the Alpha Gamma Delta
sorority.
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Date Of WeddingI
The marriage of Theodosia Burton, '
'24, daughter of President Marion L.
Burton and Mrs. Burton, has been
planned for May 17 and will take place
in Clements library. The wedding
will be followed by a reception at the
home of the bride's parents. Dr.
Charles Emerson Burton, uncle of the
bride, will read the service.
No iCBS
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Due to the unfavorable weather all A1T
women's physical education classes I
will meet in Barbour gymnasium at
the hour elected. I A
The University Girls' Glee club will Jl
meet at 4:30 o'clock today in Barbour PH
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