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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1925

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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UNDERCLASS TRACK MEET~ ensMtches1
Start Wednesday,
WON B FREBMEN OMENOpeninigganmes in the spring tennis
, ornmntwl be played Wednes-i

WO MEN'S LEAGUE TO
~ INSTALL OFIERS
1,000 Tickets to bie Sold For Supper1
Held at Barbour Gym on
May 6
TICKETS ARE LIMITED1

Monday morning 1,000 tickets go
on sale for the installation supper#
for the new officers of the Women's.
League which will be held Wednes-
day evening, May 6 at Barbour gym-
nasium. Tickets are 50 cents and
may be obtained at the candy booth
between 8 and 5 o'clock, and at Grace
Clarke's desk in Barbour gymnasium
between 2 and. 5 o'clock every day.
General management of the ticket
sale is under the direction of Ethel
Schroeder, '25. The committee urge
that women buy their tickets at thel
earliest possible opportunity. No
more than the 1,000 tickets will be
sold. There are 2,000 women on cam-
pus. An early purchase of tickets is
necessary for a place at the install-
ation.
ANNOU NCE ADDITIONS TO
PAGEANT COMMITTEE',

I~lI~T~f fllhIIEn tries in the Freshman and Soph-i day in Palmer field. More than 60
Called World's Uf IO
DIHIHIL HON R ui oor indoor track mfeet, held at womn have already signed up on the
Brve t om n I C ; r inlued 131posters in JBarbour gymnasium and
Thursda the Palmer field house for the match.t
. ~~A ARE N NEW BThusdaSafernon nclded137!The posters will be taken down Tues-I
day night and no one will be allowed
:. .themee wit a cor of 1091-2to enter the tournament who has not
No athletic honor points ' l epilt to 92 1-2 p-oints for the So ) -
oinores. The meet wasI5 iun. off by sge yta ie
1 ^:r ;: .:given hereafter for holding office in Luil;as,'7,W .A rc Last fall 70 women entered the!
the W. A. A according to the execu- tournament of which Katherine
::::>.":. manager, assisted by Junior a~nd sen-
t ive boar d of that association.11'WIUhI ocher, '25, w on the championship.
S *4 Another innovation is that after thisf'tevta2ydahws According to Miss Louise Howe of
Thefisevna2yaddsws
>:4q "' " ,.year no material awards such as I rL'a~n'2 ihatm the physical education department, it
sweaters will be given. It is of4seods-tcrwnnr'i h is hoped that an even larger number
lieved b~y the board that the grantingevt ('eIicimd'rd 28s- will take part this spring. Honor
of symbolic awards such as letters on'BenceSahlr'2;h points in the W. A. A. will be award-
will tend to promote a better spirti';Iaed for teni, 5 for par ticiain 10
of sportsmanship. fortteo28,fortheeach round abovethe second.
EmilyIlulbert, '27, placed first in foi
: .The honor points for participationtepulpkimang8ft3 The courts on .Palmer field are,
'in athletic activities will be awarded inches. Dorothy Gaily, '28, won open for practice except at the class
acodngt h catwhcYa hours of 10, 11, 2, and 3 o'clock.
acodn otecatwihwssecond place, and Helen Morse, '28.,_____________________
published in The Daily before vaca- adLi otr 2,te o hr
tn.Tesno litsoighorand fourth place. were Elizabeth Nutt, '28, first, Alta!I
points is as follows : Mary Lawton, '28, won the basket Hamiel, '28, second, and Inez Clarke,
Greta Adams, 210, Marion Barlow, bial throw with a. distance of 75.feet'28, third.
10,.agaetBa,,1..Lcil.Dl 6 inches. Laura Trmbey '28, placed! Alice Wilcox,_ '27, won the high
.""am.;,795 Louis Boor:120,::ele second in the event; Gertrude Hluber, Jump, m t1ic,
.. ;r::;:::::::;.: I Boorman, 120, Bernice Boyd, 10, 1'27, tird, and Lucinda Sherwood, '27, Josephine Norton, 28, and Helen,
JeneBig 6,Calot'rm fiit Hawkins, '28, tied for second and
Iwell, 110, Verginia' Crnin,479,Alm7a rlewnnrafte ah ndtrwtirilc, n en Dow, '8
..Crouse, , DorothyDai,60Ma- ---___ - placed fourth.
>^' Marion Dutton, 120, Charlotte Eck-
~~~~~~~~~~~Olga Verdelin, 390, Leona Wngr arnz al dvtsr -i
hart, 185, Dorothy Eggert, 260,Olv I]grtXit,10pa.-d.
&' Fast, 455, Martha Gill, 410, Magnolia iA
Greilich, 100, Nancy Harsh, 495, Mar-
bgare Hays, 100, Ladybelle Heath,
170, Martha Howell, 400, Blanch Hull,
Admirers of Mie. Marthe, noted 245, Edna Kadow, 295, Lila Kendall:
Parisian lion-tamer, claim for her the 115, Bertha Kiel, 235.
titl of"th mot farlss oma inI Alph'ra Ladd, 960, Rosabol Lee, 220, 1
til f"h otfals oa nElizabeth Liebermann, 240, Dorothyj{
the worldl." McFarlane, 275, Olive McKay, 765,:i.!!
Martha Miller, 125, Mildred Murphy,
Foreign women are urged to at- 260, Frances Murray, 755, Elsa Ohl-d
tend he Comopoitan unch o acher, 860, Lydia Phil, 100, Eliza-
tinonaCrtchrh teBeth Ranck, 545, Vera Reed, 100, s
thisnoo at hrit chrchasth I Ruth Richardson, 685, Beryl Schaffer,
elections of the club will take place 340, Elsa Schrieber, 125, Adelaide!I
at that meeting. Sheror, 775, Evelyn Smith, 850, Char-jI

NOTICES
Active members of the Mortarboard
society will entertain the aluninae
Michigan chapter at 1 o'clock lunch-
eon at the Lantern Shop. Plans have±
been made to make this joint meeting'
a social time and to express to the
alumnae chapter the appreciation of
the active members for the interestj
and sz" pc'rt of the alumnae this year.
!National campaign committee of. the
Women's League endowment fund are,,
holding a meeting Monday afternoon
at the Woman's City club in Detroit.

There will
hearsal of the
club at 12:45

beC an important re-
Uiiversitv 0Giris' Glee
o'clocki today at Hill

IMembers of the University Girls'
Glee club will meet at 3:30 o'clock
Sunday afternoon at .hill auditorium
fcr the Faculty concert.
S PalrmOizo UPy (Advertisers - it
payi~s.-A dv.

D~ean Jean Hamilton, chairman of the
campaign coimmittee will' ho in attend-
ance attliA. etng
IHouse teams who wish to enter the
intramural baseball tournament must
sign up todlay on the bulletin board in
Barbhour gymnasium.

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ALLAN QUIRK
Saxophonist

-Several additions have been made
this week to the committee members
of the Freshman Pageant, by the or-
ganization of an attendance comlmit-.
tee which will have charge of the re-
h'earsals. Harriet Foley, Helen
Morse, Barbara Patton and Lucy
Seeley form this new group and Ger-
trude Greenwald has been appointed
member of the properties committee.
The winner of the pageant poster
contest .will .probably., be .announced
on Wednesday, April. 29.r
The committee members are glad to
state that Mary White, the former
general chairman, has:' fully recovered'
from her recent, illness. Elsie Mur-
ray was elected to take Miss White's
place.
The schedule for rehearsals is as
follows : Monday and Wednesday at 4
O'clock, Ball group;' 4:45 o'clock
Pan group; 5:15 o'clock, Dream!
group; Tuesday and Th'ursday at 1!I
o'clock, Princess and Companions; 4
o'clock, Waltz _group; 4:45 o'clock,
Mirror' group; 5:15 o'clock, Crystal
group; Friday, at 4 o'clock, Mother,
Goose group. All rehearsals are to
be in costume.

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WHITNEY THEATRE, SAT., MAY 2
MAIL ORDERS NOW
.....OTISmZ
SKINNER
AIn the MerrSo5twars ArNCHO
Cbnpaniqj4treRs&n=Dms. t~D®N ZKX ..
M.Sdnradhis Cnayi utrtrigfo ttritmidai
tou ofthecoat.George Warren, the acknowledged critic of the
West sad intheSan; Francisco Chronicle:
"hlow maitiiicumt :Mr. Skinner plays 'Sancho Panza'- There is
the richness of oil InhIs splendid voice anid the unction of a fine big
nature iu his action, amnd though he has been playinig the part for
two years now, his imlpersonatio~n has all 'the freshness and spon-
taneity of Itfirst performance. It Is one of the gents one may put
away to1 gloat: over fromntlime to time~, and simile or eveni laugh aloud
at the memory:"
Price s--Lower Floor ;$2.75; Balcomny $ 20, $1.65, $1.10

N EWEST arc the coats of
'~twill in many smart varia-
tions of the flared and straight
line models. All the' 'season's
latest (lark a~nd light shades,
including a great many in
Navy Blue. Prices ran~ge from
$19.50 to $59.50.
SECOND FLOOR
GOODJYEA R'S
124 SOU'TH MAIN

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BUSTER
KEATON~~ "7 Chances"

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See Summner Fashions
Portrayed at the Fashion Revue
2 to 3 o'clock
This Afternoon
All Dresses shown are
$19.75
A Fashion Revue demonstrating the unusual values in
Summery Frocks at $19.75 will be given this afternoon
from 2 to 3 o'clock. Models will promenade wearing
Printed Crepes, bright canton crepes and Jaunty sports
frocks featured at this very low price-$ 19.75.
The Newest Millinery
$6.50

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Six of the Artists
who are to appear
on programs of the

LA WRlENCE TIBBETT
haritone)
"Not since the days of Lillian
Nvordica has an American heard
such thunders . of applause be-
stowedl by a. Metropolitan audi-
ecme as fell to the lot of Law-
rence Tibbett in the part' of
Ford in floito's 'Falstaff,' " re-
p~orts the Literary Digest under
date of February 7, 1925.
VIt.EIE BALLESTER
,B r tone)
Mr. Ballester was born in
Spain. Hec sang trequently in
Barcelona, and later went to
Paris, where he made his debut
in opera,. Since then he has
sung with great success in Italy,
South America, and with both
the- Chicago and Metropolitan
Opera Companies.
A UGkU'TA LEN KA
tM zzo-Soprano)
Another membe~r of the Clhi-
en go)Civic Opera Company.
MViss Lernska hashben a mm

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Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor
AtAY
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.KA'1'IIRYN NEISLE
( (jontraltc )
Miss Meislo is the possessor
of one of the most beautiful and
opuilent voices to b)e heardI to-
day. She has been with the
Chicago Civic Opera Company
since 1923, makting her debut in
the important role of E~rda in
"Siegfried."

Hints of the newest millinery ideas
at the Fashion Revue at which new
York will be shown. All hats to 1
the .4;6-50iHat Shrtrnre

will be portrayed
arrivals from New
be shown are from

ILIIYS MORGAT1
crenor)
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh
tenoi', has been described as
"Evan Williamns of this genera-
t ion." Since comning to America
hie has appeared in practically
all of the utsic centers of the
East and Middle West in ora-
torio and recital. His engage-
ments have been veritable tri-
umphs.

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Six Concerts

=Four Days

Course 'Tickets on Sale Up to May l11th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7I

MISCHA ILMAN
(Violin ist)

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