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FACE FIVE

THIURSDAY, APRIL 9a 192.5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WAA HLD CNTST Revision Made In 6
W1I9091________ __CONTEST__Point____ystem____________FOR FIELDDYPOSTER1 Athletic Board'01 I E io
1Revision of the honor point sys s
+ 1Posters wll1be accepted for the titd
DeritA um a AFel ayadLatrnNgternomfor the Women's Athletic aso-
. EERGE TO END T O i cation has been completed by the b
;A MPVO ILElTIlNlid ToEneti Fo colintes"t if ha nded in at the office of executive board of that organization a
sOIIIE TO ss thel McCormick in B3arour; and is announced as follows: aj- t
loan r' Lt~ Z~; asum efoe Apil 4. Tis illor sports, including baseball, basket-
ITO____m T give the contestants an opportunity to ball and hockey, 100 for first team. aar
E or u terida urnte~ctgan women r'~:rnin~ to D- Two vwomen fromrn ihigan -,ll work o5tftheiruideas duringe thelia-nary.
tirort cr i.the srng vIctionl are 1- ,cation.,inldgteis
*W omen~'sLeague; Y. IV. C. A;i \1. A. A; ie "at n h avu oilrepresent the Womens League organ- ThMcetrlriea f he esin
Ir h)E fuxeitientionsf the D'*j~* ,)it Alumna~ye a ,,atio tteanalcneto should bring out something of the fcr team. Individual activities, in-1
rAt University Hail. !oaimgiedugd t tm.fi Woman's Self-Governing Organiza-sinfcceo th Laer Ngt
sociatro, givendar~rr hatsignificances" tofbtheldLantern6 Nightincluding tennis, fencing paddlin, golf.
hebenefit of i bAe \omen's Leagu. tos ob edArl1 o2 f ceremony and the only wording skating, skiing, dancing, riding or
A N U C N MNESAgta l.219 'ugene, Oregon. Margaret Dixon, '5,( should be "W. A. A. presents Field si in 0nints iven for 12 times
I_____Smith avenue,.1, il ouet in a anlthtnwprsiet - h V011Day and Lantern Night at. Palmeripe season. Healti cards, 20 points.
an 's League who is to be electedl to-I Field on May 19." Thpotrsoud
General campus elections for the (day, April 1S,. ith a id4 at the lywl esn sdlgtsfromiiil weteh eti helu po-Mcign;beo herglain sers by24.hile Organe hies, ta25 n oins e2
w o m en 's or g a n iz atio n s, th e W o m en 's T e t etOet ry c urg anihi a e of t e1 b 4 i e d ut h otk es s t5 h aon t2 s n or m o5 e
League, the University Y. W. C. A. alumnae nd i Lr s. More gran200 Mcia.A hscnetorpe Every University woman is eligible: than 5 points will be credited per
and the Athletic Association will be are e~pec dto a clk 'l ortenselfr the contest. The freshmen have'season. Swimming 10 points for
colle es w i have and o ea1 ef shown commendable ethusiasm inits ~ .
held today in University hall, Hier The Bonstelle theater lhas been se- 1ovening organizations, all problemns contributing posters for the pagean ifo test 1 , ad 10 for R 5ech
League andl Y. W. C. A. trom 8 to 5 ;curedl for ltiloaay evening. April _20,reating to women students will be whicheatheyfarettotgive preceding the lifegsaving.
'cloecaPicthresN.fA.tA.nomeesto hn"hSaewillbepisntd (iscussed. The point system used at Lantern Night ceremony, and it is ! Dancing, 50 for elective season, 50I
o'coek Piturs o th noines wllunder the ausTpices of the Dreroit Michgan will be compared with those hope that the other classes will not ifo atcpto ndnedaa
be on display at the booths and a Alumnae a s exiaitlnf. The regular;o te col n ugsin fr o atcpto ndneda
lisist t oatiitishnew ic echiviei il bi( areina walhio-cfo erachols an!sI falls or fal bbhidi temdntegrd to he Touna ensgadreet.toti'theal
candidatee hagn, ndal po-iml)1ovement will be noted. Activies Tunmnsce et, o ul
begien ''a 601 will go 1tole \omen's League. of women students in every branch r ~otemoywihi ffisdnotneiying, 10 for each rond above the
begvn.IMir . Fhi :01 Woo1, 16, i sponsoring in which they particiate will be con- o h perlsmn second.
COnly menibers of the Y. W. C. A. tepromne iee n ahuiest n o-igarsm facmlsmnsu-ha oc,3 ons
ofies o hs ognztos bid: loge represented will present a report
ofise of hosrie ldg of vting, th t- head(('2.sefgo ricoranzai n, ih,
ther electionzatin whayi beeatrulycilsr1prersprsida-,5-fo
tve omh amps aopinion.Forthe Dw'7adLlcrt"it~~ 2;an ftewr oe-niscmu n
efficients eetindo fi rsedtoiske
j paci ofr rl~gnizatingta en.a ple'7 sl-ovrig aiacedninclu - -
tio he omationonegueoffthe : A .P 7
nll,'2h argaet oflexperi'2c, and 'Open121 du! Irng,
caunice fr og'6;nize-rid entaconednte opo hit il en om
tn '2s;t o rofresponiin srt aryc
Drothy Cilins:esi6 , aNoliaetmar- A-m d n Sudets ourwil bechaeroes
rett '26; Mrrerdfingertr, 6an
EuyieRoe'27ad;Mricpesilert,'27;-fonthe gyoung uattendrs ed g.m - =-
thyo ui '27;rrseonirreretaiv, M S °jV.C KE
Magrotyie 'DuntonElizabeth Pac- Ar rzepeStuentsmve To rawillibe chapero ne -Y
wood, Anne Seeley and Maria Von- 73Es nvrit-hn 03M -
Osenbruggen; junior representative, 1 145 Washtenaw Phone 1 775=70EatUiesy
Harriet Abbott, Katherine Kelder, Eve-
lyn Murray, and-.Maxine Shinkman; 7{lliillllIN~1U~111fIllttiilillttI~llltllllllll~1H -
sophomore representative, M~ary Far- *,.,u......... ...........u".,Yn,..uuniowu
pinski, Elizabeth Nutt, Matilda Sum- ________________________
__ _. _ . .... 1 n . ;. m 11..li .c i r ~

or sport manager, 50 for secretary, I Women who wisp to practice for
Zfor recordler of points, 30 for pub- ithe freshman-sophomore track meet
city manager, 10 for captain of team,! may (10 so at 4t o'('loci: today in Bar-
S for manager of team. bour gymnasium.
No woman may take more than two --
)f the following three activities in the: The University Girls' Glee club will
anme season: major sport, dance' ctfer a short program at the nation-
rama, elective dancing. Beginning al convention of the Presbyterian
with the class of '28, 1200 points will St udents' association which will be
e required for the "M" sweater ! held tonight at the U~nion.
awarded by the Al. A. A. and 800 of!
Imese points must be earned in major. Ann Wheeler, '26, has been elected.
nd minor sports.' captain of the women's rifle team for
next year. illiss Wheeler was one of
Patronize D)aily Adv-ertisers - it the most consistently high score-mali-
pays._Adv, ers of this year's team.
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1' smart tailored hat with a
silk scarf in' harmonizing
shades. These hats come in
many clever styles at $7.50.
The scarfs in designs or plain
colors range in price from.
$3.00 to $6.75.
GOODYEAR'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

merild, and Mvarion VYCL.it;sno
member of the judiciary council, Doris
Slingloff, and Dorothy Waldo; and!
junior member of judiciary council,
Gertrude Bailey, Mae Kellar, Dorothy-
Malcomnson, and Ruth Hirshman.
Nominees for the WV. A. A. officesl'=
are; president, Irene Feld '27, and
Myra Finsterwald '27; vice-president,
Dorothy Oghorn '26, and Harriett Don- : , .
aldson '27; secretary, Norma Clarkce
'26, and Lucille Walsh '27; and treas-_
urer, Evelyn Ogborn '28, and Etruria
Roster '27. The sport managers will"
be app ointed by the new president
and there will be no AV. A. A. class
representatives.
Women chosen to run for the ex-
ecutive offices of the Y. NV. C. A. are.
as follows; president, Marjorie Mat-
hews '20, and Kathryn Wilson, '26 ;
vice-president Sarita Davis '27, and .~
Doris Glines '26; secretary, M.argaret "

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dur'ing vacation-are you entirely satisfied with your present
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service satisfy you? Can you get your laundry back as
quickly as you want it? If you send it out, does it come
back on time as clean and white as you expect it? Have
you been left in a pinch without a clean shirt? All we ask

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