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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1925

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SCHEDULE PAN-HELLENIC
BANQUET FOB THURSDAY ATOTICI

LEGESPONSORS SONG
CONTEST [OR WOMEN

Announcement has been madle of
he in ~< riage of Alice flicks, '27 to
harry kaiser, '24. MHiss Hicks is a

!Mr-s. George Washington Patterson Iota Sigma Pi will hold a pledging
of The Orchar ds will entertain at service at 7 :15 o'clock 'Thursday in
5:30 supper Saturday evening January
the play-room of Betsy Barbour dor-
10 in honor of the l3o,.rid of Directors . Iy
of the AWomuan's League, menmbers ofmiitoi'y. Following the ceremony Mrs.
the lion or Council, and Miss Jean Phillip B. H~adley will speak on "The
Hamilton, Mrs. Amy Hobart, and Miss Relation otfTDict to the Decay of
G race Richards. T[eeth)." All members are requested
j to be pre'senlt.

The Faculty Women's club
will be open from 2:3:0 to 5
tomorrow when Mrs. Donal
and Mrs. E. 14. Leslie will act
tesses. Tea will be served.

The entire charpter rles of all the A song c:,
-sororities on the campus will lie en- Any house which has signed up for; sonsord ]
-teirtained t a Pan-Hellenic bnqetf the basketbiall. tournament buit has notiopen for co
t4be held at 6 o'clock Thursday ini sent the name of its athletic manager; sophomnore.
the Michigant Union dining room. to Miss Erley, should (dC so immediatfe-("may be put
Charlotte Blagdon, '25, president of ly A list of all the miemrbers of the express5 the
the Women's League, and M~largaret teams and their (lass must also be tire (lass.
Dixon, '25,' vice-president, will ad- filed with Miss Elrley at once. 0ne verse
dress the women after the banquet.____ turned in by
The purpose of the affair, which is Thr will be iin fth ilb sed
a social inovation this yerr, is pri- eirGrs lycmitea Th b e )cC
mnanly to explain the real meaning the women
f Pan-Hlellenic to the women and 1to ' to have I ici
:i_ ihbasi'Le the need for organized ef- tim tern Night.
tort and interest. bas mnot e
Ed ii a hV.t (1(, '25, is gen eral clair- The music section of t he Faculty tiona 1 for t i
man of file function. shte will be as,- \V,liln's clubd will meet i 8 o'co'k sn every y~
nited by "thy ro Sheffield, '25 andl tonigt at the hlomne of Mrs. B. . yinit:t-1l
Evelhyn Widonian, '25. Iahy ii adi.gyr~nasi ur.
Theboai 1 of di rectorsor ire V%'o-e
PUOP C F RIFFIN TO nten'S ILeaguIe will maccf,"t 4 o(lckt 12 10t [ L
((,, tim bopen ir re ue ted to keel) t N EW
SPEAK iAT LUNCHEONsocietywill hold isTr
r Anrot her luncelteon, sponsred by t he 7im ryc i;
in ternatIional relations cclii initt o t tefDl(a ILeaa.getalhuseheld
tim c, local branc.} of the American as- at h et et et rue he new ada
,,nation of University womre, will be 'Mntolndbsktal ~rc a aIdn
i given at 1 o'clock Monday, Jal. 12, tResulawineteldssthiskeekbalfl a-' 1 dn
Ji the Michrigan Union. tpcswl ehl hswe sfi ast, piansv
1I'oh. C. P. CGriffin, of the School of lows: 'Thursday, freshmen at 4 0'- I lfnit(e poi
Busnes Amiistaton clock, seniors at 4: 40, Juniors at 5: 20; er
1uiesAmnsrtowill speak 'yar.Thec
on "Reparations and International ,Friday, sophomores at :20, freshmen . 7:3 o'scl
Tlrade." The following books on the at 3 :W0 the home of
su"'ibject- have been recommended by idait, to die(
Professor Griffin on general prini-; Mortarboard society will meet at L. icDonal
e ples of the question: "International 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Kappa Del- jThle netn
* '-rade Balance," Theodore Bog's ; a house. be held F!eb
"'rinci les of Econlomics"," F. W. - Mrs. 11. C. C
r 91.1sing Vol. 1, chapter 32 and 33.' Miss JTan IHamilton, (ean of wvo-' Plans are al
On specific problems: "GCermany's men, spentr; 'istnas vacat ion in pat y to be 1t
Capacity to Pay" and "The IRepara- Newv York cify. She will return to
rttion lan,"II. S. Moulton; "The Dawes Ann Arbor Friday. 11.11'1; Y'O
P lan,'' B. MV. Anderson, Jr.; '"Chase - -
SNaion.h Bank, 1924l," Chase Economic ________________________________________
BLuletin. for tho luncheon
4rhl beiemaleIcnot later' than Sa i Julrv L oS f I A L O\V " 'S I N
da (liy W L Mrs. J. F. Bourquin, 2241.
KOSHER
FOR ECONPLY TROUT614 Monroe Strc
FO___ PYTHBTDINNERS
Second tryouts for the Junior
a,, Girls' play will open at 4 o'clock, to-LIH LU C E
*morrow, in Sarahi Caswell AngellSP CA SU ER ON L
htall. The Juniors who are to attend SE ILS PE SO I.
rthe tryouts were selected by Miss Amy'
~Loomis, director, asi te4 by'ttt '- {,x-"' ReasonaFble Prie3s
j chairmen of the various committees, Phone 1 660W\V
from those who took part in the first
tryouts. Fromn this group the final
p choice of thte cast ".Ril choruses Will
be madie. The tryouts will he hl
frmn 4 10 5:3") o'clock, tuoiro v andl
YFriday, anid Iront 9 to 11 :30 o'clock,
r 'atur day.-
An ('(oniiiltnit will lie present who
Pican (adm usic at sigh tbut all Itry-~
-outs, arie urged 1 o ring thle i1u51(
f'or songs which they prefer to sing,
or for any opecially cdance whichi_ _N ow
they wis~h to pr'esent.
IY 0 - H T S O O E A c a l l h a s b e e n s e n t o u t b y t h ee r
JMichiganensian for informal ko- uf
l, dak pictures showing the aw-th
tiviies of women 'on the campus,
particularly athletics. They
ffshould be brought to the Mich-j
1iganrensian office as soon as pos-
I will hemDit with. I

ouhllest for _n~em i gh!l
'7 r the Woman's League is
mpet it ion to all f'e>hlmell
andl junior women. W\ords
t,) toany popari'tune <anM
s.entimnents of the respec-
The songs are to be only
in length, and must he
yJan. 1.0. The pr'ize songs
d Lantern .Night.
:t of this contest; is to gol
tog~ether to- ing, andh also
alknow the song s onil an-
'['hlienature111of(t Ihe o i

memb~ er of Alpha. Phi sorority,-
K-ai ser is a member of Acacia.
mnarriag;e took place New Y'ear's
in (Iiciago0. M.. andl Mrs. Kaiser
reside in Seattle, Washington.

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An invitation
to college amen
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oif the Cliild Coisem'va t ionl
A their first. inee'cing nlder'
Iiial drat ion at 7 :301 o'clocrk
Lane hall. As thle ega e
defin iteC program iin the
wvere made to have a moore
ii-y (luring the 'omninig
e~xec:utivye board will meet
loci: Thursday evening atj
fMrs. 1.1. :. IBurch, 1)resi
cuss this inatter. Mrs. A.
Id was elected secretary.
meeting of' the league will
ruary 19 at the home ofh'
offmnan, 11.01. Olivia street.
so being mnade for' a car'd
held February 21.
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