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January 15, 1924 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IASUSELECTS
32 NEW MEMBERlS

jng's studio. New members are also 12 o'clock Saturday morning. The ex-
requested to be present at this time ainiation will be about one hour in
f t u bluebooks and to report at the most
Federation lay convenient hour.
Name 1er eadi The Portia group picture for the University Girls' Glee club will meet
Michiganensian will be taken at noon at 4:30 o'clock today in the parlors of
on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Members of Barbour gymnasium.
the organization are asked to reserve
w }. ...this time for that purpose. Athena society will meet at 7:15

More Than 150 Women Try Out
Membership In Dramatic
Society
SIX ACTIVE, REST TO BE
ASSOCIATES UNTIL FA

For

ALL

After a meeting held yesterday in
Newberry hall, Masques dramatic soc-
lety announced the election of new
women members to the society.
Over 150 women tried out for mem-
bership into the society but as the j
entire membership is limited to 50 r
women, it was necessary tq call this «°
special meeting and eliminate from
the group selected at the tryouts.
Thirty-two women have been elected
to membership in Masques, This in-
eludes six women who - have been..
elected to active membership; the re-
maining 26 women being elected to
associate membership for the rem'ain-
der of the year. They will take up
active membership in the fall of next
year when they will take the place
of the graduating members. ...
Women elected to active member-
ship follow: Maude Corey, '25, Vir-
ginia Cronin, '25, Bernice Hill, '25,
Florence, McComb, '25, Mrs. Lillian
McEachern, '24, and Beata Wagner,
The Women elected to vissooiate} ,
members hip in Masques are: Mar -
guerite Ainsworth, 26, MargaretJ Mrs. John Dickinson Shermano
Bailey, '27, Frieda Bank, '27, Lucille Mrs. John Dickinson Sherman of
Bellamy, '25, Helen Boorman, '25, }Estes Park, Co., is likely to be the
Eleanor Crook, '25, Margaret Effinger, next president of the General Federa-
'26, Mary Ferner, '25, Jane Gibson, j tion of Women's clubs, it is indicated.
'25, Frances Horine, '25, Ruth Kahn, ; She now is located in Washington, D.I
'27, Elva Langdon, '26, Minerva Miller, C., as chairman of the applied educa-
'27, Verena Moran, '25,' Evelyn Mur- tion committee of the federation. F
ray, '27, Dorothy Nix, .'27, AbigailI,
Noon, '26, Albert Olsen, '26, Dorothy T-SQUARE INITIA TES
Patton, '26, Myrene Rich, '27, Ethel
Schroeder, '25, Isabel Thorpe, '27, T-Square, women's honorary arch-
Mary Van Buren, '27, Elizabeth Hayes, itectural society, announces the initia-
'25, Bernice Smith, '26, and Virginia 'tion of Florence A. Harnau, '26, and
MacLaren. '25. Mary Katherine Yerex,. '26, at Betsy
Masques' picture will be taken at Barbour house.
12 o'clock Monday, Jan. 21 at Spedd-

o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu rooms
There will be no more meetings of of University hall. Visitors will be
the Women's Educational club this welcome.
semester. The next meeting will be
held the first Thursday of next se- All copies of music with the words
mester. if possible, for the Junior Girls' play
should be left for Lucile Bellamy, the
Michigan Dames will meet at 8 music chairman, before 2 o'clock to
o'clock Tuesday at the Faculty Wom- day in the office of the School of
en's club house. itmusic.,

would like candy to sell are
asked to call from 3 to 4:30 o'clock
today or tomorrow at the candy bootb
in University hall.
Sophomore women who have not yet
paid their Freshman spread dues
should give them to Miss Sherman in
the office of the dean of women, or
should send them to Kathryn Willson,
1205 Hill street. This is a compulsory
tax and should be paid at once.
SECND ETOF GAMES
SHEDULED FOR TODA
Three games in the interhouse bas-
ketball tournament will be played at
4:30 o'clock today in Barbour gymnas-
mim. Martha Cook will play Betsy
3arbour, Alumni house will play Hel
en Newberry, and Delta Gamma will
play Chi Omega. The Delta Gamma-
Chi Omega game is being played as

Wyvern society will have its picture
o'clock today at the Faculty Wom-
studio.
Members of the cabinet of the Un-
iversity Y. W. C. A. will meet at 51
oWclock Friday at Dey's studio to have
a group picture taken.
The examination in the club leaders
training course will be held from a to
t 9 Q

Any women who are able to takec
charge of the candy booth in Univer-I
sity hall from 12 to 1 o'clock on
Thursdays are asked to call Kathryn l
Willson, 452. r

Representatives of

houses whicl!

Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

a result of a tie game between the
tcams last week.

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This is the second set of games in! given to the 1
the interhouse tournament to which [eague buildin
everyone is invited. The next gamesJ
will be played on Thursday. Announc
Hostesses fo
Alumnae Sell Auto Device at the Facult
Grand Rapids alumnae of the Uni- '226 Sou l Ing,
versity are in charge of the sales of lows: Monday
r an appliance recently invented and Tuesday, Mrs.
patented by Mrs. Percy Peck, to pre- Thursday, Mrs
vent catching fingers in the doors of Friday, Mrs. E
automobiles. The profits are to be Saturday, Mrs.
2:00--3
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boots and breeches as
madcap maid in days of
ol when knights were
bold and a damsel's woe
was a'.sign for fight.
It twinkles - it's de-
licious-it's got that
I, "something different"
taste all through.
-0N THE STAGE-
CORINNE ARBUCKLE
TEN CANADIANS
SOTER FEATURES Playing each afternoon
OTHER FE and night
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g fund.
v Club Hostesses
r the week of Jan.
y Women's clubhou
alls street, are as f
yMrs. John Sundvai
Louis M. Warfiel
rs. Leigh L.FYou
W ,arren E. Forsyth:
dwin 1). Dickinson, a
W. Stuart Woodruff

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220 Fifth Ave.
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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at'
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
836 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Micb.
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Arcade-Mae Murray in "Fash-
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in "The Dangerous Maid."

Wuerth-"Mother-in-Law," with
Ruth Clifford.
Orpheum - "When the Devil
Drives," by and with Leah
Baird.

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Whitney - Saturday, evening,
Jan. 19-Walker Whiteside's
mystery play, "The Hindu,".
Garrick -(Detroit)-"The Love
Child," with Janet Beecher
and Lee BaBker in the leading
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