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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NAME CHANCS IN CAST
Of FRESHWI 1PAEANT

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(110)[T' PRACTICES AN-
'tNUNEI)

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I - NoticesI
Act 3 of the Senior Girls' play
will rehearse at 4 o'clock today in
the parlors of the gymnasiumr.
There will be a make up class in;
riding for women who are taking the
course for credit at 10 o'clock Satur-
day at the Fair grounds.
All members of the University Girls'
Glee club who are to take part in the
Mothers' day program will rehearse at
11 o'clock Saturday at the Congre-
gational 'church.. and at 9:30 o'clock
Sunday at the School of Music.

Announcement heas been made by
the directors of the freshman pageant
of the re-arrangement of -the cast of
characters. The following is a list of
the new groups ap3d the time of prac-
tice specified on a few cases. The re-
mfainder of the groups will practice at
the previously arranged time. The
entire cast will practice at 5 o'clock
T!uesday in harbour gymnasium. The
Thursday practices will be held out
of doors.
Maidens-E. Doster, D. Nix, L. Sher-
mnan, N. Snell, and E~. Thompson;.
Winds and' Leaves, practice at 1 0'-
clcck '!'bursday-N. Austerlund, 1.
Field, MT. Fr anki, L. Gardner, K. John-
s on, N. Kirschner, C. Levy, F. Mars-
ton, E. Oppenheimi, 1). Rogers, and I.
Thorpe; Snow, nractice at 4 o'clock
Thursday-D. Allison, A. Caplan, F.:
' Ccoper, M. Grahami, E. Johnson, J.
Grover, D. Hendrickson, C.'Masline,
Y1. Miller, M. Monroe, M. Olden, MI.
larker, NI. Reed, M. Russel, and Ei.
Weidmian; Mourners-I. F~ield, YH. Fur-]
c:i(, E. Ilastings, V. H1auxwell, C. Levy,
IOppenheimi, D. Roglers, and I"
h:);Sun and Clouds-L. Gardner,
L. H, 'tings, 1N1. CGrahamn 1. H.+urber, T)
dca .hz;', V ..Hau,_ xwel1, C. Masline, NI.
PNc~lI. Kna;,p,, and E. Oppenheirn;
rance of' lejoicing practice at 7 o'-
'Iock Tursdiay-A. Arnold, MI. Baker,
Pi l ,ckburn, K. Brown, D. Currie,
1 1L Dow, H. Edwards, L. Groff, B.l
H~arger, MI. Keller, MI. Kent-Miller, E.t
Nicholson, L Nagle, V. Royce,' E.,
Scher, E. Storne, H. VanWinkle, M.
Weber, J. Wilson, and H. Wolter. x

Members of act 4 of the Senior
Girls' play will rehearse at 4 o'clock
today in the parlors or the gymnas-
ium.
Baseball games that were scheduled
for yesterday and postponed on ac-
count of rain will all be played off at
4 o'clock Tuesday on Palmer field. All
teams in 'the tournament are request-
ed to see the bulletin board :in Bar-
hour gymnasium to see when they
will play.
Wyvern society will not hold the
breakfast planned for Sunday but will
have a supper at 5 o'clock Tuesday at
the fireplace.
ME 'LBERS ATTENI)
CLUB CON VENTION
Mrs. Barbara Bartlett, professor of
public health nursing and 'president of

DRIVE SHOINS INCREASEI
IN PERFECT RECORDS(
Reports corrected accor ding to yes-
terday's solicitation in the undergrad-
uate campaign to raise funds for the
University of Michigan League build-;
ing are as follows:
Nurses.....................$1,100
Alumnae house.... ......100 pct.
Collegiate Sorosis........100
Alpha Xi Delta ...........100
Pi Beta Phi...... ......100
Kappa Delta .............100 1
Linqui~t (5) .............100
Ladd (3) ................100
McNeill (6) ..... ........100
Caughey (9)........100
Adams (10) ..............100
Coon (2)....................100
Mohiler (10) .............100
Alpha Gamma+ Delta....... 9
Kappa Alpha Theta ........ 94
Reagh (16).............. 93
Westminster .............92
Delta Gamma........ ... 90
B~etsy Barbour ........... 86
Gamma Phi Beta .......... 85
Helen ,Newberry .......... 84
Kappa Kappa Gamma ...... 83
Irernan..................83 {
Martha Cook .. .... ...83
Limpert :(6) .............83
Chi 'Omega ..............82
:Adelia Cheever .... .......80
Delta Zeta............... 80
Spaulding; (14) ...........719
Alpha Chi Omega ......... 79
Delta Delta Delta ......... 78
Oosting (12).............7i5
Theta Phi Alpha .......... 74 f
-Rock (9) ...........73
Alpha Omicron Pi1........ 67
Fisher (9).............. 67
Formhals (21) ............ 67

b'awvcett (3)........67
PhiZSigm a Sigmp a ........ ..60. W A SELECTS CI1ASS
i Pta TiFIau.Alpha....... ...,61
Cozad (5)........60
swezey P..............55 r [ I NGTH
Mason (4)............... 50 1 LNEN NG T A E
Culver (2) ....................Ul 5oe0ae en coe
IJeffrey (1-,).............. 50 ; frcm each class by the W. A. A. board
NMcLouth ([;)............. 50 to act as ;,ides in the Lantern night
Mullison (2)............. 50 procession which will begin at 8 o'-
Fawcett (2)............. 50 clock Tuesdiay, May 20, on, Palmer
Saller (6)............... 50 'field.
Freeman (8)............. 50 The followVing is a list of the aides
who will conduct the line of march:
jAnnounce arlage Seniors, Lois MHiller, Mary Hays, Dor-
t , othy Jeffrey, Dorothy Bogan, Norma
Annonceenthas eenmad orBowbeer, Freda Diekhoff, Bess Lau-
themariae o MaieZimermnver and W1inifred Craigie. Juniors,
'23, and John Zimmerman, '23E, which i Olive Mc(ay, Marianna Smalley, Ad-
took place on Feb. 5, 1924. °Miss Zim-' el"ide Sherer, Charlotte B~lagdon,
mermnan is 'a member of Alpha Xi Del- Mary Stewart, Margaret Dickson,
ta sorority and Zimmerman is a mem- Betty sack, and Verena Moran.
her of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.! Sophomore>>, Dorothy Ogborn, Norma
Clark, Marian. Lindsley;, Florence
-Pro-bst , Katherine Wilson, Louise
jRoberts, Margaret Effinger and Eunicej
WEAR CAPS ANDI) IVWTS I;Rose. Freshmen, Ailleen Millerr-
TUSAY NDFIDY garet Bailey, Helen Searigkt, Elizabeth
j ~Kennedy, Helen Reece, Jean _Kyer,
Siwng-Out has come and gone ; Marion Collins and Eleanor Verdfier.
but the caps and gowns have____________
just come. It is the custom
each year for all seniors to wear ? Sl]NLORS NOTICE
their graduation garb during 1
two designated days of every j } All seniors who have subscrib-
week from Swing-Out day until I IIedl to the Alumnus are urged to
IComencement. Tuesday and Fri- I pay their subscriptions and re-
day are the days set for this jceive their Alumnus button be-
}year. I fore June 1, at the Alumnus office
,I The cap and, gown gives the J in Alumni Memorial hall. After r
Icmu nacademic atmosphere j the above date the subscription
c tamps notig le a. vryprices will advance from $2.50
-Ifto $.0
senior should realize the impor- John Bradfield, Business
tance of this triaition and not
Iforget the days. They are Manager. j
I Tuesday and Friday. I-_________________
Walter K., Scherer.
Senior Class 'President.

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BIG RESULTS-

ON LITfTLE INVESTMENT

I OLYMPfC' TICKETS ON
SALE FOR WOMEN
( Louise Roberts,' '26,; has tak-
en over the sale of Olympic try-
out tickets among the -women on
'the campus. Miss Roberts urges
Gthat all organized houses on the
tcampus co-operate with her and
subscribe' for these tickets in
,blocks. Tickets may also be ob-
tained by the women at the W.
EA. A . office in Barbour gymnas-
#ium. Tryouts will be held in
Ann Arbor M1ay 30 and 31. The
r tickets are g-ood forn~ either day.
Price $1.
"Jimmtie the adtsaker" sells anything
tluickly.-Adv.'

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the local business and professional
women's club, Miss Lucy Chapin, for-
merly of the secretary's office, and
Mrs. C. B. Green, second national vice-
president of the club, will attend the
state convention of the Michigan fed-
eration of business and professional
women's clubs which will be held to-
day and tomorrow at Jackson.

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Girls' 4Quartette to Sing at Jackson
Dorothy Hiartshorn, '26;, S.ofM.,
Louise Humphreys, '24, Margaret Kee-
gan, '24, and Jeannette Emmnons,' '24,
IS ofM , will compose the quartette sent
by 'the University Girls' Glee club to
sing at the alumni banquet to.-be held
in Jackson Saturday night. This ban-
quet like those being held in many
cities at that time, will marks the
-opening of the drive for the Women's
League Building fund.
Saginaw, May 7.-Damage of $12',
000 was done by a fire of undeter-
mined origin which last night destroy-
ed th,2 plant of the Sears Paper: Co.,

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to the League Fund.

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blue or white; with white pique
waistcoat front.

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Restraint of Good Taste

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A Drama Such As You Have Never Seen in All Your Life.
Written By
Whose Sublime Genius Has Made Him- Immortal

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'Whoskoede of thne luumall heart and .a.iInd
vlinrac'tci-sfor onie Ivo~lm"I.
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amcleier before attempt'ed--you will ell-
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