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TUESD~AY, MAMMCTY18, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SENIORS MAY OBTAIN
PLAY TICK S THURSDAY'!
Complimentary senior, tickets for
the Junior Girls' play will be given'
out from 2 to 5 o'clock, Thursday, in
the corridor of University hall. Since
this is the only opportunity which
will be given to senior women to call
for their tickets it is important that
they do so at that time.
At the same time and place tic-
kets will be on sale for the, annual
senior supper which will be held at
6 o'clock, Tuesday, March 17, in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The price is $1.1
Special entertainment is being plan-
ned by the senior supper committee
to take the place of the speeches which
have usually been the leading feature.
According to custom the seniors
will make their first appearance in
caps and gowns at this supper. After
the program they will march in a
procession to the Whitneytheater
where they will be the guests of'
honor at the first performance of the
Junior Girls' play, "Castles in Spain."
NEAGUE WILL AUCTION
S BIZAAR ARTICLE%.S FRIO1YI

ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY
Sixth on the calendar of the
social events of the Women's
League is the St. Patrick's Day
party to be given Friday after-
noon in f larbour gymnasium.
The pur'pose of the party ii to
afford an opportunity for the
new women on the, campus to
get acquainted with each other.
The various committees have
planned an atfractive party, -one
of the features of which is the
music to be furnished by the
Kappa Sigma orchestra. Jean
lKyer, '27, is general chairman
for the occasion. All University
Swomen are invited.

MARTHA COOK
IN INTER-HOUM

WINS GAME FRESHMAN WOMEN MEET
I1 LEAGUEi TO DISCUSS PAGEANT~

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hall for a joint meeting and program
with Athena literary society.

V iTICE SSenior society: Schedules for drive
will be as arranged from 9 to 4: the
8 o'clock hour should be shifted in
each case to 4 o'clock for the same
Women who wish to enroll in the day. Table will be in the Library.
rifle class to be held from 4 to 61
,,'t.lnr,,d. v 1 ih HAVE YOU SUISCRIBE0 YETT'

ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT
Announcement was made Sunday at
the Kappa Delta house' of the engage-
ment of Olive Hymans, '25, to John
F. luber, '25. Huber is a member
of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity,
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

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Displaying excellent form in basket
shooting, Martha Cook defeated Betsy
Barbour house by a score of 14 to 4
in the Second round of the inter-house
basketball tournament played yester-
day in Barbour gymnasium. The
team's were well matched but theI
speed of the Martha Cook players
easily overcame the endurance of the
Betsy Barbour women.
Sorosis had little difficulty in win-
ning a victory over Delta Delta Delta
team by a score of 20 to 11 in the!
second game of the day. Elizabeth
Parrott, '26, scored for sorosis and
rounded the game into a victorious!
close by her long basket shooting
while Florence Foster, '27, fought a!
hard battle in defense of the Delta
Delta Delta players.
Pi Beta Phi bowed to Westminister
hall in a speedy but close game re-
sulting in a score of 8 to 5 hr favor of
the latter team. Emma Goodwillie,
'27, Westminister, and Olive McKay,
'25, a veteran star for Pi Beta Phi,

Freshman women will meet at 5
i o'clock today in University hall to

make plans for the Lantern Night!
pageant. At this time the heads ofI
the various committees, who wereI
elected at the meeting last Tuesday,
will appoint their assistants. The
chief purpose of the meeting is to
discuss ways and means for carry-
ing on the pageant.
According to Miss Ethel McCormick,

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Miss McCormick in Barbour gym s-
ium as soon as possible. Women who
have already enrolled in a rifle class
will be dropped unless they attend
regularly.

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Articles left from the
League bazaar which was
the fall will be auctioned

Women's
held in
off to the

Increase Y.GW.C.A.
Advisory Boards
At a joint meeting of the cabilnet
and advisory board of the Y. W. C. A
which was held recently, announce-
ment was made of the appointment of
severn.l new women to the advisory,
bpard of that organization. The num-
ber of members on the board has been
increased from 12 to 18 members.
The new women are as follows:
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Mrs. J. F.
Bourquin, Miss Helen Bishop, Mrs. W.
R. Humphreys, Mrs. Palmer Chris-
tian and Mrs. Stanley Stevens.
AITON ADDRESSES CLUB
Prof. Art-ur S. Aiton of the history
department will address the members
of the Woman's club at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Lane hall. His sub-
ject will be "El Dorado: The Influ-
ence of Tales of the Marvelous on
Spanish Explorations in North and
South America."
The program will be in charge of
Mm;. Del Toro, director of the educa-
tion department.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold an im-
portant meeting at 8 o'clock tomor-
row at Betsy Barbour. Howard Y.
McClusky, instructor in educational
psychology will speak on the subject,
"Applications of Psychology to a
Teacher's Peasonality." All members
are requested to be present.

the freshmen women this ;ear have Junior play rehearsals will be heldj
responded splendidly in respect to the as follows: Today, F and A at 4
pageant and have shown enthusiasm o'clock, B BB, and 5 at 5 o'clock; to-
as well as businesslike methods and morrow, 3 at 4 o'clock, 4 and 5 at 5
a wealth of ideas. o'clock, Act I (cast and choruses) at
j 7 o'clock.
showed outstanding skill during the
progress of this game. Students who studied folk dancing
Gamma Phi Beta won from Alpha under Elizabeth Burchenal may ob-
Epsilon Iota by a score of 6 to 4 in tain a list of dances and their Victor
the closest game of the inter-house records by applying at Barbour gym-
series during the afternoon. nasium.
The schedule for games to be play-
ed today includes Delta Gamma ,vs. Members of the-Portia literary so-
Helen Newberry at 4 o'clock and ciety will meet at 7:15 o'clock tonight
Kappa Delta vs. Sorosis at 5 o'clock. in the Athena club rooms of Angell

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public at 3:30 o'clock Friday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. The=
articles inblude fancy underwear,!
laundry bags, desk blotters, collar
and cuff sets, and pajamas, many of
which commanded a high price at the
bazaar. The proceeds of the sale will
go to the Women's League. The
auctioneers will be attired in costume
for the occasion. Hannah Fitch, '27,1
is in charge of the auction.-
Members of the music section of the
Faculty Women's club will meet at 8
o'clock tomorrow at the home of Mrs.
A. R. Crittenden, 220 Twelfth street.
The art section of the Faculty Wo-
men's club will meet at 2 o'clock to-
day at the home of Mrs. J. F. Shep-
ard, 908 Oakland.

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