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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TY WOMEN ATTEND
JUNIOR PLAY MEETING

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nior women were
Aing held yester-
of the Junior play.

.Thnose wno were unable to attend and
would like to- get the particulars are
asked to communicate with the gen-
-eral chairman.
Prof. John R. Brumm outlined the!
methods to be adopted in writing the!
book for the play, stressing a fe pit-
falls to be avoided, and announced de-
finitely that he would not be here to
direct the play next year since he has
a year's leave of absence which he
will spend abroad.
Myrtle Sanzenbacher has been ap-
pointed chairman of the music com-
mittee. In order that the committee
itself may be chosen as accurately as
possible every woman who is inter-
osted in music is asked to send an
original piece to the general chair-
man before Sunday, June 8.

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if.e AA.WILL, CONDUCT
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
"Every Michigan woman a mem-
ber" will be the slogan of the inten-
sive campaign conducted by the W. A.
A. in the interests of incoming women
next fall, according to Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, of the department of. phys-!
ical education.
The W. A. A. plans to co-operate
with the Women's League in further-
ing the activities of interest to the
new women. The organization is at
work at the present time revising the
point system.
Next year women successful in mak-
ing dancing teams will receive honor
points. Demonstrationj hockey and
tennis matches will open the fall sea-
son of sports sponsored by the W.
A. A. A spread at the closing of the
fall season, one at the end of the
basketball season and one on Lantern
night will be given under the organ-!
ization's auspices next year.
New pins have been adopted by the.
W. A, A. The new emblems together
with the W. A. A. honor sweaters and
letters will be on display this week
in Barbour gymnasium as well as
next fall for the benefit of new wom-
en.
-MWestminster to Seri Brass
Brass articles including candle-
sticks, tea sets, fruit bowls, fireside
forks, etc., are being sold by West-
minister hall today in Wahr's book-
store. The brass ware was recently
bought in_ the Russian district in New
York City and sells at nominal prices.,
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
'T3G RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

CAMP MORTARBOARD
OPEN T O W OM E N
Camp Mortarboard which is located
in Big Bay de Noc, Mich., near Escan-
aba, is open to all college women. The
camp will be under the supervisionI
of Miss Martha Grey, '16, this sum-
mer.
Thirty dollars a week, the regular
rate, includes laundry, special boat
trips, and horseback riding. Miss
Grey offers a reduced all inclusive
rate of $25 in the case of women in,
groups of five. Any additional in-
formation may be received from
Louise Roberts at 398.

ATHENA SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS
Officers of Athena Literary society
for next year were elected at the
.meeting of the society Tuesday night.
They are as follows: Beata Wag-
ner, '25, president; Dorothy Cline,
'26, vice-president; Clara Lat, '25,
secretary; Alice Goudy, '27, treas-
urer, and Margaret May, '25, parlia-
mentarian. Ellen Nyland, '25, was
ctosen as the oratorical board dele-
gate. The vice-president of the so-
ciety also acts as chairman of the
program committee.
WOMEN TO PLAY
TENNIS MATCHES

NEBRASKA A.A.U.W.
OFFER SCHOLARSHIP
University of Nebraska, May 28.-
Announcement has been made of the
offer of three scholarships to beI
awarded annually to undergraduate
women by the Lincoln branch of the
American Association of University
Women. They will consist of gifts,
one of $100 and two of $50 each. The
applicant must be wholly or in part
self supporting and must have some
interest in general college activities
as well as a high scholarship record.
Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made of,
the engagement of James 11. Earley,
'22M, of Washington, D. C., to Kath-

leen Ready, of the 1924 graduati
class of Trinity College in Washii
ton, D. C. Dr. Earley was a me
ber of Phi Chi fraternity.
Peggy Keith, 16 year old Warr(
ton, Pa., girl, is the champion far
erete of the Unied States, accord:
to the department of agriculture. S
recently won a blue ribbon and c
at the National horse Show at Wa
ington with her pony, Radio."
Members of the Ohio Federati
of Women's clubs, at the recent st
convention at Toledo, pledged the
sehves to support "dry" candida
only at both the August primaries a
the November election.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Ady

AT THE THEATER

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Arcade-Corinne Griffith and
Conway Tearle in "Lilies of
the Field."
Majestic-"Bluff."
Wuerth-"Rupert of Hentzau.
Orpheum Ruth Clifford and
Niles Welch in "The Whisp-
ered Name,"

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Stage-This Week

The new cabinet of the Y. W. C
vill meet at 4:30 o'clock tomor
n Newberry hall.
Rugs. and furnishings for the-
r field house will be gratefucre-
aeivedby the department of prsical
education. a
All costumes used in the ;shman
ageant must be returned t the of-
ce of the dean of women'Ot later
han Thursday night. Ar women
rho wish to buy their co0.mes may
o so by consulting Rut Holzuagle
t 3435-R or calling Ms Blood at
he office of the dean offomen.
Any woman who hp not had the
pportunity to take ct a life memn-
ership in the Wome's League may-
o so by calling , the Women's
eague office in Baour gymnasium
etween 2 and 5 o'ecsk today.
New Haven, Co1., May 28.- For
e fourth conicutive time Hill
:hool, of Potts~wn, Pa., won the
'ile iiterscholdtics at Yale field[.
aturday , afterfpOn. Hill won the I
eet from a ficd of 27 leading prep-
atory ,Phoolc of the East.

Mrs. Calvin Coolidge
The resourcefulness, siiplicity and
intelligence of Mrs. Calvin Coolidge,
her intimate friends say, have been
the secret of her success in the try-
ing position of the President's wife.
She has personal charm and an eager
interest in people anrl things, though
she has never belonged to a club, and
declares that while she -likes to have
her husband talk things over with her,
she never offers him any advice on
politics. She stepped easily and na-
turally from her duties as wife of the.
Vice-president to those of the White
House.
Mrs. Coolidge is tall and slender,,
with a mass of soft dark hair, and
dark eyes of unusual beauty.
She has few recreations, aside from
her occasional trips with the Presi-
dent, but one of her principal relaxa-
tions is knitting, at- which she is ex-
pert.
Like -her husband, Mrs. Coolidge
is a Vermonter born and bred. She
was Miss Grace Goodhue, a school-
teacher; when she met Mr.. Coolidge,
and they were married after a court-
ship said to have been as brief as the
President's utterances on other sub-,
jects.

f Garrick (Detroit) - Donstelle
Company presents "It Hap
pened!"
There are only three women rulers
in their own right in the world today:
Wilhelmina, queen of the Netherlands;
Charlotte, grand duchess of the prin-
cipality of Luxembourg; and Wail-
zeru Zauditu, empress of Abyssinia,
who has ruled since the death of her'
father, Menelik, in 1917.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

The following women should play
of their tennis matchestoday in or-
der that finals may be held this
week:
Seniors - B. Lauver, A. Burdick;
juniors-D. Putt, 0. McKay, A. Verde-
lin; sophomores-. Best, M. Millet;
freshmen- M. Allshouse, H. Sea..
wright, F. Burwehl, F. Marston, and
M. Berz.
Marsue Burrows; of New York, has
had two miniatures accepted at the
Paris salon and is the youngest ex-
hibitor on record. Miss Burrows is
only 15 years old.
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Talk It Over At Home
A Christnias Vacation Suggestion To Seniors
THISis your last year in college. This is your
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Your career after graduation is a question
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