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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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iSES TO PRESENT
HORSE SHOW IN-FALL

Woman To Attend
Nat'l Convention

University women have dls aycd
a lively enthusiasm in horseback
riding, according to Capt. Ion C.
Holm who coached 15 advanced and
17 beginning sections in the sport
this year.
CaptainI Holm will conduct both
beginners and advanced classes in
riding next fall. The more advanced
classes will prepare for polo playing,
will do stick and ball work and prac-
tice the twining race in the "S" for-'
mation between stokes.
A horse show will be held at the
close of the fall term and a jumping
contest, egg and spoon race, lance-
ing, and an exhibition of the walk,
trot, and canter by the members of
the beginning classes will be featured
at the show.
f Notices
The new cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.
will meet at 4:30 o'clock today
in Newberry hall.-
The entire cast of the Senior Girls',
play, including all groups, wil lre-
hearse at 7 o'clock tonight at Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Life membership subscriptions
taken out this year are due now.
They are payable to Charlotte Blag-
don, 602 Monroe street.l
Announce Marriage
Announcement has been made ofi
the marriage of Lilias Kendall, '25,1
to Herbert Wagner, '21, whichtook
place at 2 o'clock yesterday a tSt.
Andrews Episcopal church. Missa
Kendall is a member of the woman'sI
staff of The Michigan Daily.t

HOUSE TO GIVEI
VESPER SERVICE
Residents of Martha Cook dormi-
tory and the board of governors are
to be the hosts at the annual senior
vesper service and supper which will
be held at 4 o'clock Sunday, June 8,
at Martha Cook building.
Rev. Merril Anderson, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, will give a short
talk and Miss Doris Howe will sing
Schubert's Ava Maria at the service
which is one of the traditions of the
house.
The guest list includes: President
Marion L. Burton and Mrs. Burton,
Dr. Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins, Dean Henry M. Bates and
Mrs. Bates, Dean Alfred H. Lloyd and
Mrs. Lloyd, Dean Allan S. Whitney
and Mrs. Whitney, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Ed-
ward H. Kraus and Mrs. Kraus, Dean
John R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger,

Dean JeanRHamilton and Miss Fan-
dira C rocker.
SIGMA DELTA PHI
ELECTS OFFICERS,
Sigma Delta Phi, national honor-
ary oratorical and dramatic society,
has elected officers for next year as
follows: June Knisley, '25, president;
Florence Fuller, '25, vice-president;
Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh, '26, rec-
ording secretary; Phyllis Turnbull,,
'26, corresponding secretary; Nellie
Rittenhouse, '25, treasurer; Margaret
Geddes; '26, social chairman.

Formal initiation of the new Mor-
tarboard members was held at 7 0'- =
clock Sunday morning on the Island.
Following the initiation the society
members had breakfast at the Green=
Tree inn. More than 15 alumnae
attended, including Mrs. Myra B. Jor-
dan.
Officers elected for the new year
are as follows: President, Dorothy
McFarlane; treasurer, Olive McKaye;
secretary, Jane Gibson.
Daily classified tor real results.

Mortarboard Holds
IFormal Initiation'

SWEATERS--HOSIERY
SILK UNDERWEAR
and NOVELTIES
for Graduation
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-Miiss Anna 13. Hooper
Miss Anna B. Hooper, 21, of Chica-
go, is the youngest delegate eve~r
chosen to attend a national convention.
She has been elected as delegate-at-
large to the Republican national con-
vention in Cleveland in June.
Miss .Hooper is the daughter of Ben
W. Hooper, chairman of the United.
States railroad labor board.
All bills owed by the Women's Lea-
gue must be in the lands of the
treasurer, Alice Powell, 1501 Wash-
tenaw avenue, before June 3. Bills
not sent in before this time will not:
be paid before next fall.
Mrs. J. A. Wilson, a judge of Sid-
ney, Australia, visited this country
recently to study child welfare sys-
tems and juvenile court methods.

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Special Olympic C
uncheon
Delicious
Strawberry
Shortcake
Fresh Every Hour. Served with
plenty of berries and whipped
cream.
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Other
Leather
Accessories

When you are preparing
for a trip
You are sometimes be wild-
ered with your pac;king prob-
lems. Probably it is your
bag' or suitcase. We are al-
ways anxious to talk-these
things over with you. Come
in any tine.

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of "Prodigal Daughters."

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A hat for every occasion is ex-
pressed in the selection that you see in
our store. Just the latest -a com-
bination of the beautiful and the
practical. A great emphasis on style
-all these things go to make the
proper selection.

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A CENTURY COMEDY
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