THE MICHIGAN DAILY
VAom 5 2-
WOMEN TTRS' LEAGUE
Resigns Position I
As College Head
OPEN TENNIS' COURTS
FOR LONGER PERIODS
BASEBALL TEAMS' dio of Miss Maude Kleyn for special
First sopranos-Hope Hlolladay, Et-
Coaces nd anaers.forth 13 hel Schroeder, Elaine Scherer, Eleanor
teams entered in the interhouse base- r-i;ick, Dorothy Zeigler Mlde
ball tournament were selected at the Pakrd sther Mah affy, 'Vera Wall-
first meeting of the Contestanuts Thurs-' gtnRuth Rooks, Vivian N'afe, Mir-
day afernoon in Barbour gymn1rasiumi. i =<<m 1ansfield,. Marion Munroe, Dor-
Instructions were given to the cw~-o thy h art shlornl; second sopranos -
men in the. fundamentals of Laseb all Dorothly Kalmback, Lucille Bartholo- i
and rules for the tournament we're1 de- meW, Chrlotte Howard, Ruth Morey,
cided upon at this time. The squads ll 1Ilca .McPi'athie, PDorothy Westpjiall,
will draw for their opponents n; Frances liredcin; first alitos - - Helen
o'clock Wedlnesday in the gymtnasium . 1Brow :n, Je.anette Emmuomns, Laura;
TheiW. A. A. will award a silver cup Hiyd,io Katherine Saunders, IsabelI
to the campus baseball chanmi ons. Waterworth, L-eleni Roszel, Louise;
lee; c ndalto: -Chiarlotte Blag-f
d1on, Loui se 1-lumphries, Margaret
mother, Miss Davis is now at her
home in Benton Harbor,
Mrs. Mary Kessler, of Chicago, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Cecilia, to Charles AT. Maur-
er, '21, of Champaign, 1ll. h
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STUDENTS APPOINTED TO .All)
WOM.3EN LEADERS ITT CITY
"KnoQw your town" is the slogan of
~the campaign now being carried on
Sby the Ann Arbor branch of the League,
of Women Voters. The campaign
1, committee, headed by Marguerite May,
~'25, has for its object the investigation
cf the various public uiliities of Ann
Arbor, its recreation centers, mneahs of
caring for dependents, city govern-
mnent, and other simnilar municipal ac-
tivities. This inftormation is to be
compiled into a pamphlet which may
Sbe used as part of the society's liter-
attire for the better instruction of
SOther activities of the League' are
the appointment of student assistants'
for' the women in charge of women'sI
activities in each of the seven wards'
Sof thiis city, and a campaign to obtain
subscriptions for the Woman Ctizen's
Smagazine. The voters' organization
has been offered a prize of '$100 provid-
ging' it secures 100 of these subscrip-
Stions within 30 dlays.
Tennis couirts 'Will be open to the
women of the University 'from
7 o'clock.. in the morning until 8 W'-
clock at night except on Sundays, 'or
days when games are scheduled by the
department of physical education, dur-
ing regular class hours,'and within 12
'to 24 hours after 'rain.
Women'who wish' to enter the ten-
nis tournaments which will begin next-
week are requested to sign up before
12 o'clock today in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Honor points, will -be awarded
for participation in the tournaments.
The finals will be played on Lantern
night, May 20.
An exhibition tennis match will be
held at 4 o'clock Tuesday on the
courts of Palmer field. The class con- I
Mummers' dramnaticsSo:cty Awill I oldj ie
spring tryouts from l 3 to 6 o'clock to-
day in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. All'
University women are invited to try sre
Th. :A. A. V1. W. wvill gIve a bridge
a b~alfenoomi at. the Union ball
>m for im benefit of tle 'Women's
cague. The prce of a table is $3.00.
M. ti1. Dlavis, sertry of the
'e azit'ent of rmance languages,
ill be ab et from the department
7r a week, clue to the death of her
ANN ARBOR DRY GOODS CO.
tesats atreas follows: Annabelle
Burdck,'24, Olga Verdilini, '25, Hel-
en Best, '26, and Margaret Berz, '27.
SIGMA DELTA PHI
Dr. 11ary N.' Patrck' PLANS EXPANSION
Dr. Mlary Mills Patrick, foundier of -
Constantinople Woman's college and'
its president for the past 34 years, has Sigma Delta Phi, national, dramatic
resigned. Dr. Patrick has a record ofj and oratorical fraternity for women,
more than 53 continuous years of serv- broadened and recntucted its pol-
ie in connection with educational j icies at its first national. = convention
work among women in the 'Near East, ;held April 11 and 12 in Ann Arbor.
the longest on record. She will return The organization plans to expand and
to America at thme close of the present to become morni definitely honorary at
cohlleeyea'r. the discretion, of local chapters.
National officers' were elected as
All women taking part in the first I
act of the Senior Girls' play, "If 1
Were King," are, asked to rehearse at!
7 o'clock tonight at Sarah Casweli
A joint meeting of the b)oardl of rep-
resentatives and the board of' directors
of the Women's League will be held-
at 10 o'clock today iBarbour
The names of the women and the
groups in which they arc to prantice
for, the Freshman Pagean-t will Inc
posted on the athletic bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium,, Monday.
The following members of' the bumi-
versity Girls' Glee club are i'equestedc,
to meet at 11 o'clock today at the stu-1
"GNo, No, qNan.ette"' ,
INEW MUSICAL COMEDY
Broadway Beauty Chorus
~i') cil Orchestra
.1DF WOLF HOPPFER 1
(#F 2 Cr All E
it ! ; the : 6ALI ?gI.~;mitioii of the
318 So. Main St.
} t; All
A JAZZ PICTURE, FOR A JAZZ AGE!
The lawyers may have the hardest
course on the campus as the saying
goes but we simply haven't any sym-
Spathy for them if they never do any
;more than we see them do i.e., drape
themtselves in the Law building win-
~dows to stagger the co-eds with their
good looks and sophistication.
Classified ad -'Wanted, a potion
strong enough to keep us awake dur-
Sng Siology lecture.
We have a new spring suit but we're
afraid to wear it when the sun shines~
for fear of fading it and if it rais
jiwe're afraid the color will run.
When we see the way some of the.
'. $swer heW sox.on the campusi we
;ree like shouting, "Hold 'em boys, hold,
nin to hlt ' 6'Mndy 'ndthee~
Officers .of the: Faculty 'Women',
club who were elected at the an~-
nual luncheon and business meeting
SThursday are as follows: Mrs. M.
:L. Bu rton,..president; Mrs. Shirley'
Smith, vice-president;, Mrs. Arthur'
*Wood, secretary; Mrs. Orlan Boston,
treasurer. The members of the stand,.
Iing committee will be: Mrs. D. L.
Bronk, house chairman; Mrs. Hugh;
Keeler, refreshments chairman; Mirs.
Evans Holbrook, program; Mrs. W.
P. Smneaton, social chairman. Cbjair -
men of the various sections will be
e lected at then meetings of the groups..
Mrs. Myra B, Jordan, former dean ofj.
women, and Mrs. Hockett, president
of the Faculty Women's club at Ohio
State university, rpoke.
1i AT THE THEATER C
BE SUBJECT_ OF CNTEST
"Why A Young Man I Know Should
Attend a Citizen's Mi'ilitary Training
Camp," is the subject of an essay con-
test open to girls from 3 to 19 years
of. age which has recently been an-
nounced by the Women's Overseas
Service league as a reply to the paif-
1st doctrines being spread throughmt
the rfitry~ U
The contest will eloe May 5 ad
the national( wQnny I be annoufc-
ed not later tthg.n ypr a!fl. xi
I .: xrlir ' r egW en a rip to
Washyjpgtpn a t1he ex pse of e
goverhrint. uh'addition 'to these
I fit k i~ ' h an ade
or it s t ,which
} ~s nouned
and their mothers, provided they do
lioh wi4-tho national prizes. r
_,ph lngthr of 'the' esays ;is set at
300 words or less. The mansrits
should be sent to the chairman of th
Military Training QCapus assoiato in
t1e count' wheithey are written;
The county chairman will forward the
best essays to thre state aide, wh
in turn will forward them to the head-
quarters of the Corpis Area.
Wanit Hen for (Sales Work
Men 'who expect to follow sales
wrk afer graduation, especially stu-
dents in business administration, may
interview A. K. Barnes, sales promo-I
tion manager of the Armstrong Cork
company of Lancaster, Pa., in the of
fice of tl s secretary of economics de-
partmecnt next Monday from 1 to 3
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
-ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
IRMON, WARMIOLS, D. S. C.'
.,Q7 Narth Ujavritj Phone 262
9 11 2.1an t
follows: Gladys Pennington, assist-
ant dean of women at llnois, grand
archon; Catherine Stafford Green-
*-Wald, '24, grand secretary; Rhiea Mc-
Carty, Ohio State university, grand
secretary; Harriet Davidson, Univer-
sity of Indiana, grand treasurer; Anne
ljMcGurk, '20, Elizabeth Oakes, '20, and
Betty Gratton Youngjohn were chosen
*on the advisory board.
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$155 Roundtrip SCOTLAND
15155 Rouattrip ENGLANTDI
4190 Rounditrip FRANCE1
36 day tour E ngland, France $1h301
Steamship Agt. Ph. 1384E
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31 Chicago, Ill., April 25.-The annual ,
'girl scout convention will be held 0 N-
rhere 'beginning April 25 and continuit-A 1!t
ing, ntil :May $ under, ,the dirgcti99 t 42---- .
of Mrs. Herbert Hoover and Mrs.'
~D. Rippen. Other 'prominen't' scout =" W
tj:leaders attending will be Mrs. J. J~. t ' ; , %0fM R"At~
Storrow, Boston,: and Mrs. Arnoldv;r°
bold of New York. The convention w'vl 11111111:111111II IIllIIIIhI1111111iI Iluji zI1 l;Ilzj11111jlljI,11I1[fil]@l@l
open witli 4 a ss ma tnRg to discuss eior ztould plac htirordc'xs
constitutionkirevi io i, folloivng which : -- -.'111'
there will be group meets ns of directs now and.rcev po- tscvcc - LS
ors and regional worlkers. The con- TIE
vention willI be preceded'by the na- Pte c.d1}C00 crs $.0up1T') 4Y 7:003
tional training course directed by Mrs,. 2 - s
Jane Deet'r Rippen, director of scouts .2109 cards.fro oirAc $.0.., ~'' '~ Lf
--Tetwo daughters of Rear-Admir-ragri-u m ~ tvar
al W. S. Si-mms, U. -S. N., are. both ard - =-7
ient scouts. "Scouting emphasizes the teFrtY a-
G; domestic activities and interests of aG D0A
ana irl has scornedhemoh-L
rskitchen. until. as a scout shhaI=1NcklsA ad-'7" N A
learned that it is fun to learn to' -I
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AClass With a Reeard and a
Pro spect-Tirtyif-e Years Old 1NA
A Total Membiership of More
Than 7,400 College Dien Fist Showing in than World at Popular Prices
We4 Think -You Will Like It-
ItIs Different:: 11 R
HOURS OF MEETINGALNDA
7 to 8 O'CLOCK, SATURDAY -h~s n ov -POUT
t LANE HALL
Also Sunday Morning Class at'I
Boh0:&'-Li ne hall 'tM :
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ate $2.75 and UP. ® -1~
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Ior engraved announicements =.- , IO'LI)- id twol ilb amw
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IArcade-Viola Dana* in
Doubt Your Husband."
Wuerth-Glen Hunter in "Youth-
Orpheum-Jack Hoxie and Mary
Philbin in "Where is This
Whitney-Saturday matinee and
and evening performances-C
f De Wolf Hopper in "Kempy."
Garrick- (Detroit)- "No, No,;
DAILY CLASSIFIPDS BRING
* ON LITTLE INVESTMENT