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_____ _____ ____THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALPHA PHI WINS
OPENING CONTEST

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She Is :National
Leader Of P.T.A.

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Announcement has been made of the!
committees in charge of the Freshman.
pageant which is to be presented im-
m~ediately after the fild games and
before the lantern procession on Tues-
dlay, M~ay 20, on Palmer field. The+
list of committee members is as fol-

General chairman, Sue Grunidy a~on-
~ ner; assistant chairman, Alice Hick~s;
advertising committee, Mary Dent
Miller, chairman; Margaret Reid, Bet-
ty Cossitt, Jane White and Eleanor
SVerdier; mujsic comititee, Gladys
Schrader, .chairman, Lylos IHayea,
Katherine Kelder, Florence Foster,I
SMinna Miller and Louise Rittenihouse;
Sprogram commitee, Clara Fo:x, chair-
man, Frances Parrish, Elsie Nicholsonrn e C o e nd M r a e a k
Finance committee, Persia Cop"' ,
chairman, Alice Goudy, Margaret Slher-
man, Charlene Shiland, Margaret Biif-'
. lngton, Nora Alsterlund and FEthel r
chairman, Anna Arnold, Ilannali
Fitch, Sarit~a Davis, Lucinda Slier-,
Swood, Gretchen MVullson and ;"axine
Rusty'.}
S Costumes, Ruth Holgau ,Ic, chair-
mani, Marion Dainiel Lad~cle Fiegel,
jIren~e Field, Jean Grover, Elizaheth
Hlastings, Helena 1Knapp, 1Harri(t Levy
and Hlarriet Wise; publicily, Laniore
SGardner, chairman, Elizalbeth Tb omi) -'
son, Charlotte Haller, AdelZ De Lano
and Jean Kyer.
Claims to be Scout Founder
S Miss Clara. A. Lisetor-Lan e, de-
clares she founded the g irl :scout or-
ganization in 1910 while employed on
Sa Des Moines, Ia., newspaper, and
wrote the handbooki of the organiza-
tion. She claims that her book went
Sto press almost simultaneously with
the issuance of Miss B~aden -Powell's
in England, and that it was "in no
way the out-growth. of or connected+
with thie English. organization." She
threatens to prosecuite Mrs. Juliette
s.Low, who is the acknowledged founder i
of the girl scouts in this cou~nt ry.
"Jimmie the adtakeir" sells anything

Nrses from the Unliversity hospital
have pledged $1,100 in League mjem-
berships and team captains report,
that, a larger amount than this ivill
be obtained from this group before1
Friday. The remainder of the cam-1
paign report is as follows:l
Alumnae house........100 pct.
Collegiate Sorosis ........100
Alpha Xi Delta.......100
Pi 1eta Phi .............100
(Kappa Delta .............100 .
Llnqluist (5 'members) .100
Ladd (3 members).......100 '
Caughey (9 memnbers) .... 100
Adam s (10 m emnbers)......10011Mei (6 m b rs . . ..0
Coon house............100
Kappa Alpha Theta ........ 94
Reagh (16 members)....... 87
Betsy Barbour........... 86
Gamma Phi Beta .......... 85
Ireman house............ 83,
SKappa Kappa Gamma ...... 83i'
Chi Omega............... 82
Adelia Cheever...........80
Delta' Zeta ...............80
Spaulding (14 members) .. 79
Westminster (14 members). 79 I
Alpha Ci Omega ......... 79
Martha Cook. ............. 78°
Qosting house.... ..75
Helen Newberry......73
Rock (9 members)........ 67
Mohler (9 members). ...... 67
Limpert (6 members)...... 67:
Fawcett house........... 67,
Zeta Tau Alpha.......... 61
Phi Sigma Sigma ........ 60
Delta Delta Delta ......... 57
Sweezey............... 55 1
Forhmals ........ ........ 54
Schaumen (10 members) .. 50
"Jimrmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.--Adv.

. ... ,,.Opening -the( first round of thle in-'
: rhouse baseba:ll tournament Alphapl
Members of the world fellow-ship ) defeated Zeta Tau Alpha 2"-10'
committee of the University Y. AV. C. yesterda y aftern)oon on Palmer field.
A. will meet at 5 oclock today. The- next games on the schedlule will
be p Ilayed at 4 o'clock today when~
Membrs f te cst f t juior si1 contests will be staged.
I irls', play Nwil meet at 3 'clck to-_____________
day at Westminster I-all, V6P'sEacst.~ TC ILGV
Huror. street.I . A VIL I
BREAKFAST MAY 241

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Members of act 2 of the Sen«^r Gr
play wvill r eheanrse at 4 o'clockb today
in Sarah Casw.ell Ang-eil hail., Act 3
Iwill rehearse at 4 oclc tor row inj
the parlors of the g; mnasitln.

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Arrangemeonts -re being complctedI
for the' annual Ay3 breakfast to lbe
g;iven Saturday morning,' Mtay 24, by
thie Uiversity Y. W. 'C A..' The affair
iiven erapich year during the week of

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Th~ere will obea a. nile ap class in c
riding for wom ~en wvho are t 0kiin c th,
course for ce t.ti10 o'cloc iSa.ur-
da4y at the Fair, grounds.
Mfembc rs of the oldi and newtY . W
C. A. cabinet will mneet at 5:.i0 o'-
clock today at NIA berrk hall for n
dinner and discussion. This will be'
one of a series of three training cou-
oils. Old cabinet members will meet
at 5 o'clock todlay for a short ibu x-
ness ineeting.

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May Festiva! so that mothers andi oth- Johnny Dundee and Bon
er guests may be entertained. Ruth may clash for the ninth takn'2,isnchreotebek-dtplsgohou. v
fast. ters are considering the b+
Ageing in wood takes timeQ
anud costs us lots more money,
but it gives you better tobacco
Velvet is made from the best Kentucky
Burley tobacco money can buy, and every
bit of it thoroughly aged in wood. It is
mild, finie flavored and smokes cool.
Remember-aged in wood.

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M~rs. A. HI. Reeve}
Mrs. A. H. iReeve, of Philadelphia, i
presidenit of the National Parent-
ITeachers-' association. ;,Tl§ body has
a membership of between five and six
hundred thousand anid is organized i n
46 states of the United States. Its r
Iwork is being introduced and branch-
es formed in _1Me-ico, Alaska, Hawaii,
1Ionol ul t2 Latvia, France, Australia,1
and New Zealand.
The aim of the organization is to
Promote co-operation between the par-
ents and teachers of the children to}
their mutual advantage. The 28th an-
nual convention was held recently in
St. Paul, Minn.
11-Y Women Attend Senior Tea
!An air of festivity hovered over the
corridor: and parlor of Martha Cook
dormritor"y yester'day afternoon whcn
jmore than 150 senior women attended,
the last senior tea of the year. Dor-
othy Bogan, chairman of the senior
social committee, presided over the re-
freshment table..
Calcutta-Liemt. Pelletier Daisy ar-
rived here yesterday in his flight from
Frane etob Japan, .coveringkhiss ltestj
750 miles in six and one-half hours.
He probablyr will be hed here two or
three days ~for rpairs to the wingsI
of hilan.

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TOUR "A"-June 26-sepr. 1.3.............$1,030
TOUR "B"-June 26--Aug, 21.... ..........$709
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the University wvoman is at all times interested in
the highest preparations of this character, where per-
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