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FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1925

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Social Notes

nll[ILL IIU IhILL IIIIUI
TWlO STUDENTS CHOSEN AS DLL-
FGATlES .TO C(}OFEI{ENE
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W.A.A. SENDS WOMEN
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the health
service, will represent this IUiver -
sity at the conference of the National
Amteur Athletic federation which
will he held in Chicago the first week
in April Dr. Bell will speak on the
value of medical examinations at the

jbeginnig of the college year.
Inmedia tely proceeding this con-
ference will be the divisional meeting
of the Athletic conference of Am-
erican college women, which will be
Sheld at Urbana, 1ll. Marianna Small-
ey, '25, and Irene Field, '27, were el-
ectedl at the Wednesday meeting of
the W. A. A., executive board, as the
-Michigan delegates to this event. Dr.
Bell stated, "We were very sorry that
we could not send delegates to the
national conference of the A. C. A. C.
1V. which was held in California last
year. Such meetings are a source of
great inspiration and the women who
attend this divisional conference
should bring back many ideas which
can be used in our department."
SHOW PAY POSTERS IIN
THIRTY 1LOCAL STORES

ifl~e imat C Ies NW th O gon, Nevada,
an(1 Syracuse universities vere wVon I hdpia Alpha Theta held formal in-
by the Michigan Women's rifle tearn itiation yesterdlay, followed by an in-
accordling to the return scores i'e_ itiation banquet. About 50 alumnae
ceived yesterday. With 500 as the attended the banquet. The initiates
perfect score for' the pronepoionl are: Frances Andreae, '28, Yale; Sol-
the Michigan team made a totlof1ima Alexanider, '27, Detroit; Kather-
4 points, Oregon 471, and Nevada line Brewer, '26, Romeo; Katherine
476. In the sitting and prone posi- Kyer, '28, Ann Arbor; Dorothy B3aird.
tions Michigan scored 96(0 in compari-''28 Bay City; Florence Wolfe, '27.
son to the 924 points made by the Josephine Mitts, '28; Virginia Fox,
Syracuse women. In competitivei '27; Virginia Burke, '26, all of Grand
matches only the five highest of the Rapids; Mary Louise Murray, '28,
ten team scores are used.t Florine Storey, '27; Margaret Seaman,
The team is now p~racticing for the 11 '27, all of Highland Park; Marjorie
four position mnatch with M. A. C. Smith, '28, Wichita, Kansas.
which NN-ill be held next week. ;--
--- Alpha Clhi Omega announces thc
\leJd VV : PIo'lon onthe third floors pledging of Marjory Chavenelle, '2S
StheI School of 111s181.
1Eleven women, were initiated intc
The general commiittee of the fresh-! Alpha (Chi Omega, sorority, on March
man girls' pageant will meet at 4 (').-1. They are as followvs: Elizabeth
clock today in Bar'bour gymnasium to; Kelly, '25, Ella Pierce, '25, Carlotta
discuss plans for' the pagednt. Mlary Currwood, '25, Elizabeth King, '2G
White, '28, is general chairman of the Laura Craft, '27, Genevieve Buell, '27;
Committee. Catherine Oakley, '27, Maurine Watts
'26, Bernice Stachier, '28, Ruth Davies
Mortarboard heldl their regular '27, and Cathleen Chisiholm, '27
meeting last night at the home of Initiation was follew by a formal din
Marianna. Smalley, 1020 Church. ner given at the chapter house at
1 which many alumnae were present.
Members of the cabinet of the. .i
W. C. A. and( the adIvisory b~oard will!
have a joint meeting at 4 o'clock to- 1 Read the WVant Adts
day at Newberry hall.

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JUNIOR WOMEjN WIN IN Y. WC.A. Sponso's It
IVIRUSS 9SK[ORL Discussion Group
Included in the S. C. A. discussion
__1 groups will be a series of talks given
Junmor women were victorious over by Mrs. Mallory, director of the social
theFrehme intheintr -las ha- :service department of the psychopath-
theFrehme intheintr cassbps Iic hospital, sponsored by the Y. W.
ketball gamue played yesterdlay at Biar- C. A.I
hour Gymnasium . The Freshmnen * "Child Training" will be the subject
were forcod to yield with a score of. discussed through out the course
vwhich will be given at 7:30 o'clock on;
12 to 2 }2. Il"es'ro
"IE 5iI. JUNOR }TeMahy, evenings at Lane hall fo
Ogborn lson Ths 10 through April 7.
l~eauont I).Tghos series was given last year and;
Appel G Lalessthe method of presentation of this
JohnsneStGCWllessn year's wvork will defend entirely on
TUnsworth G ClarkI the group attending. If old members

ALL THIS WEEK
C retonne Carnival

j Pottr C= arlow'
T .he game was fast from start to
finish with Evelyn Oghorn starring
for the Freshmen. Child was sub-
stitutedl for Oghorn. Beaumont for
Child, Ogborn for Johnson and Mac-
Donald for Lnsworth.
The Seniors defeated the Sopho-
mores with a score of 35 to 19 in the
second game. The game was fast and
well-played andl the, Seniors showed1
splendid teamwork.
SU- ORS SOILI
Boorman F Fosterj
Crouse F Allshrouse!i
Dixon C Felske
Adams S. ('. Finsterwald
McKay G Doster
Boor (1 Field!
Kocher for Adams, Doster for Fel-
ske, Sturos for Field, and Galli for,
IDoster was the ordler of substitutions.I

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'We do expert work in the
manufacture of Hair Goods

tire in majority the course will he a' Vienna, Mar. .- neHundred and
continuation, if there are many new' sevenity pecrsons either killed or tried
memnbers it will be repecated,. to kill themselves in February. -

arrived are marked at prices amazingly
low. The largest and most beautiful
collection we have ever shown.

Switches
Classic Wave
The Swirl

Drapery section.

Third floor.

Stoddard
Hair Shoppe
707 North University Ave.
Phone 2652

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Junior play posters have been lplac-
ed in the windows of more than 3f0
Main street81and camipus stores, thus
opening the', active adlvertising ca~jn-
- pa ;n for the 21st annual Junior
0-i ris' play, "Castles in Spain" which
will be heldl March 17 to 21 inclusive,
at the Witney theater. The design.
Hied on the posters was spadle by
Mab~el Cirotty,. '26, who won first place
in the Junior play p~oster' contest.
De1r original poster, together withi
- those of Mary Louise Miller and
Florence Prob~st, who won secondl and,
third plates respectively, dfemleo dis-
play at Wahr's bookstore. Costume
pictures of somec of the choruses will
also be placed there ea-rly next week.
Applications for tickets tare already
,pouring in, according to the businiess
manager. Mail ordIer app~lications
'will be accepted until March 9 if ad-
dlressed to Eunice Rose, 1501 Washte-
xtawv. The Tuesday performance will
be open only to womnen, but all oth-
(si's, includling Saturday mnatinee will
she open to the public. Prices are as
follows: B~oxes .$3, orchestra $2.50,
first four rows of balcony $2, next
four rows $1.50, remainder $1. It i.
requester that second and third choice1
of time be mentioned if possible.
For more than a week the cast and
choruses have been rehearsing to-
gether and the first dress rehearsal
S:was held Tuesday.
Senior Society
To Sell Collars
Regulation collars to be worn with
gowns will be on sale for all senior
women Onl Monday and Tuesday,j
March 16 and 17. at the Women's
league candy booth in University huail.
As has been the custom in p~revious
yea~rs, Senior society is in charge. of
r the sale of the collars.
All senior women must have col-
lars before the evening of March 17,
when the women will wear cap~s and
;owns for the first time this year at I
the. senior p~erformance of the Juni-
bor Girls' Play. After that date. addi-
tionatl collars will be obtainable at
the Lynden shop, which will have
only a limited number on sale.

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MARCH SALEKLI

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Regular $29.75 balue>

Just arrived. For a spew
vili sale l 'These dress.
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brand newy.

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Advanced spring sty-les
that wsill talie ou
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arc lucb !
It's hardly possible that such a value-giving opportunity will
present itself again in many months. For it is not an ordinary
dress sale-it's an achievement in buying such as we have
seldom been able to accomplish, for they are being sold at
absolutely less than wholesale price.
Matcrials-Salin, faillc, Mecca, Flat Crepc,
Crepe-bacle Satin-
Colors--Cocoa, Malay, Navy, Black

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A Chance to add to your wardrobe at slight cost
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NOTICES'

Kappa Phi initiation will be held at
5 'clock( Friday, March G. at the
Methodist church.
An organized hike for honor points
will leave Barbour gymnasium at 4
o'clock Vir~(ay. See 'W. A. A. bulletin
board for further details.

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Junior '4olzicpilwho Wish
at, the play should call
OU -oclm, 1325.

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Oil AabelBilly Murray
I (Couldn't G~et to It in Time Wendell Hall
Yfm ad I-Iox I'Trot Jack Shillu et's Omrche~tra
V~Ill 011You lR11~niembr l 1 -ox 'T'rot
Vyaring's Pennsylvanians
.N of 1Mb 1IKnoI~~ws11ha IRed-heand Mamima (CanIDo
-[,ox I't'ro Geor ge Olsen and His Music
14I C zul Sop Babying ITon-F~ox 'Prot
C hamrles Dornber ber and HIis Orc hestra
"FEATOFE" RECORDS FOR TOFE WEEK (.F MARCH F, 1925
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Junior play rehearsals will be held
afollows. Today, 5 and 3 at 4 o' -
F clock, 1" and 4 at 5 o'clock, A at 7 o'-
clock; tomorrow, BB at 9 o'clock, A
and 6 at 10 o'clock, 3 and~ D at 11 o'-
~'clock, F and 2 at 1 o'clock, 4 and 5'
at 2 o'clock.

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