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NUARY 18, 1M24

ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women

Members are asked to bring blue-
books, and to come at the most con-
venient hour.

The board of representatives of the
Women's League will have its picture
taken for the Michiganensian at noon
Saturday at Spedding's studio.
Members of University Girls' Glee
club are requested to meet at 10
o'clock Saturday morning at Rent-,
schler's studio for a group picture.
Senior society will have its picture
taken at 5:30 o'clock today at Deb's
studio, for the Michiganensian.
-- Masques society will meet at 12 o'-
clock Monday, Jan. 21 at Spedding's
studio to have their picture taken.
New members are also requested to
be present.
Members of the cabinet of the Un-
iversity Y. W. C. A. will meet at 5
o'clock today at Dey's studio to
have a group picture taken.
Senior society will meet at 7:15 o'-
clock Monday night at Martha Cook
building.
Pi Lambda Theta will have its pic-
ture taken at 1:30 o'clock Saturday at.
Spedding's studio.:
The executive board of the Women's
Athletic association will meet thisE
noon at Dey's studio to havt their pic-
ture taken.,

ALPHA GMMADELTA AND
HC1E'[VfER WIN ON COURT
GANJES COMPLETE FIRST TU)UNI)
OF INTER-1-lOUSE BASKET
TOURNEY
In the final games of the first round
of the inter-house basketball tourney
held yesterday afternoon. in Barbour
gymnasium Alpha Gamma Delta de-
feated Phi Sigma Sigma, 35-5, and
Helen Newberry residence won over
Adelia Cheever house by a score of
30-17.
In the Alpha Gamma Delta-Phi Sig-
ma contest the outstanding players
for the winning team were Julia Su-
pernaw, '26, at forward and Josephine
Compton, '24, at guard, while for the
losers Miriam Olden, '27, forward, and
Germaine Baer, '2., jumping center,
put up the best game.
The speed of MaeKellar, '27, play-
ing running center, was one of the
main reasons for the victory of Heleu
Newberry in the second game. Kath-
ryn Brady, '27, also starred for the
winning team and Jeanette Redmond.
'24, and Olive Fast, '25,. played well
for Adelia Cheever.
League To Given
Fancy Dress Party

S rs. ers W ill nford all. Miss Hainer has
Mrs. been the business manager of Betsy
Entertain At Tea Barbour house for the vast three
years.
Residents of Betsy Barbour house,
for any time since its opening in 1920
will be reunited at a tea to be given UILEa D
from 4 to 6 o'clock Sunday by Dean
Wentworth Myers and Mrs. -Myers, at
1917 Washtenaw avenue. .INI MPT CO ER
Miss Lilah G. Hainer, business man-
ager of Betsy Barbour house, wil lbe
the guest of hoorr. She will leave Rome, Jan. 17.-(By A.P.)-Queen
in February to become the director Victoria of Spain was the central fig-
of anordhaly nierstyof ine-ure in an impromptu concert held
otSanford hall University ofn. s iner aboard the Spanish battleship Jaime
became the business manager BHainer Primero just before the royal- party
beamethbusins .manager ofyBetsy left Naples on their return to Spain.
Barbour ,house in 1912.. Mrs. Myers '"e' king and queen of Spain lunched
was, before her marriage, social. di-Thkngaduenf pmuned
rector of ther ariage, saboard the battleship with the duke of
heo or th gdormitory. Acsta, the duke of Pistoia, General
The board of governors of Betsy !Prieo do Rivera and othzers, when
Barbour will also be guests at the tea. srioe eer a wnd oer e
crew sing.
MISS HAINER TO BE HONOR An impromptu concert was arrang-
GUEST AT TEA THIS AFTERNOON end and both the king and queen ofI
Spain joined in several choruses.
Miss Jeanette Perry, social director i Queen Victcria was invited to sing,.
of Betsy Barbour house will entertain and having a fine contralto voice she!
a number of guests at a bridge-tea { smilingly obliged, much to the grati-
this afternoon in honor of Miss Lila fication of the assembled guests and
Hainer who is to leave Ann Arbor onI crew. Encores were demanded and
Feb. 8, for Minnesota, where she will given and her majesty's solos proved
accept a position as managing director the "star" turn of the entertainment.

General Primo de Rivera was a good
second with his rendering of the Fas-
cist hymn "Giovinezza." The dictator
afterwards said he had so fallen in
love with that hymn that he would
certainly adopt it for his Fascists in
Spain.

f

Goodrich Writes Church Article
"The Unitarian Church in the Col-
lege Town," is tne topic of a short
article which has been written by
Prof. Herbert F. Goodrich, of the Law
school, and appears on the cover of
the "Jan. 3 issue of "The Christian
Register." In this article he urges
that the church do its best work in
college communities and secure its
"strongest ministers" in such places.

London, Jan. 17.-The submarine
L-24, sink after colliding with the
battleship Resolution has been locat-
1 ed, but due to the depth, no attempt
will be made to raise her.,
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The riding class for women . will
meet at 9:45 o'clock tomorrow morn- Stunts and dancing are to be the
ing at Barbour gymnasium. It is very main features of the annual fancy
important for the members to be there dress party which is to be given by the
on time. Women's League at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrow night in Barbour gymnasium.
Women who expect credit in phys- Due to a misunderstanding, it was
ical education this semester must take erroneously stated in Wednesday's
a posture examination during the Daily that the affair would take place
week of Jan. 21, in Barbour gymnas- on Friday evening.
lum. I Prizes will be awarded for the most
I clever group stunt, the most unusual
There will be a special meeting of group costume, and for the prettiest
.ortarboard society at 10:30 o'clock and funniest individual costumes.
Saturday morning in Martha Cook The judges includ : Mrs. Marion L.
building. Burton, Mr;,. John R. Effinger, Dean
i Jean /Hamilton, Dr. . Margaret Bell,
The examination in the club lead- Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys,. Mrs. Tob-
ers' training course of the University ias J. Diekhoff, Mrs. T. E. Rankin,;
Y. W. C. A. will be held from 9 to 12 Mrs. L. A. Strauss and Mrs. F. W.
o'clock Saturday morning in the of- Peterson.
fice of Newberry hall. The examina- -
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