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SUNDAY, ATRIL 25, 1925
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Summer Weathe
~Of Social Events

Summer came on with a rush last
week and with it brought many social
events of interest. The Military ball
,of Friday evening vied with the lake
resorts and fraternity parties for
l popularity. Every night the air was
filled with the melody of inspiredj
serenaders.
Delta Gamma entertained Kappa
Kappa Gamma with their annual in-'
formal party Wednesday evening. It
was in the form of a beach party,1
the house being decorated with gayly
colored beach umbrellas and bal-
loons. Hot dog and lemonade stands
also helped to carry out the scheme
of a beach resort.
Mrs. Edson R. Sunderland, a pa-
troness of Kappa Delta, and Miss
Ellen Stevenson will entertain the

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A fter Vacation
_ AferV caio 1T SPRING STYLE SHOW
Mrs. Archibald Diack of Ann Arbor,
who has recently become a patroness Ten style show models have been
of Pi Beta Phi, was honored at a re- selected for the spring style show of
ception given by the chapter Thurs- the Women's League party to be held
day evening. In the receiving line from 4 to 6 o'clock Friday, in Bar-
were Miss Patch, Miss Helen Porter, bour gymnasium. Each model will
and Mrs. John Spiegel of Indianapo- display six changes of garments,
lis who is the province president vis- suits, gown, wraps for spring and
iting Ann Arbor. summer wear. An opportunity is of-
fered for the selecton of fitting de-
The memlers of Alpha Phi will en- signs for college women with 1925
tertain at a faculty tea this afternoon snap. Following the style show the
from 4 to 6 o'clock. Kappa Sigma orchestra will play for
(dancing and refreshments will be
The Honor Council held a bridge I served.
tea at the Alpha Phi house yesterday The women who have been chosen
afternoon. as models are: Mabel Crotty, '26,
- Virginia Spain, '26, Millie Moorman,
Martha Cook building will enter- '26, Dorothy Waldo, '26, Nellie Ritten-
tain a number of the faculty at a tea house, '25, Caroline Paul, '27, Maude
this afternoon. Corey, '25, Julia Hicks, '25.

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CThe house teams will practice on National campaign committee of the Lansing, April 25.-The State Su-
cssMondays and wi'ednesda wmny sge.nomn fn r pre me court today iCevertsealth order
,til EecatlMassnandrsWenesayhol ling a niecting Monday afternoon i~ y. de Whtro h
Baseball Nsanagers N are up at the tennisocensrts h.;:; a uwm fundr rsed by utgl re ter ordih
at Palmer field ana the courts are a teoan'sCity club in Detroit. Wyne Crcuit court, in the I)etroit
B~ean JIean I1-mnilton, chairmnan of theCa copycsean rud
Class baseball as well as intramur- open for practice. The regular class- campaign committee will be in attend- ta h
al will start this week. All women es will start tomorrow. Women who ance at that meeting, be hereafter rate tate ublc ti
who wish to try out for the class wish to enter the tournament miistcommission.
teams should signon the bulletin1 sign up before Tuesday night in Bar-5
oup on hhur gymnasium or Palmer field Patronize Dally Advertisers-ii _______
board in Barbour gymnasium. The house. pays.-Adv. READ THE CLASSI1FIED ADS,
first practice for freshmen and jun- Women who wish to enter the
iors will be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday spring archery tournament should
at Palmer field, for the seniors and sign up tomorrow at Barbour gym-
sophomores at 5 o'clock. At these nasiuni or Palmer field house. 11
meetings the class managers for the Miss Louise Howe of the physical
teams will be elected. Class prac- education department will conduct
tices will be held regularly on Tues- elective classes in corrective work
days and Thursdays. on Fridays in Barbour gymnasiui.
All managers for house or zone Women wishing to enroll in th~;
baseball teams will meet at 4 o'clock course are asked to make appoint-
tomorrow in Barbour gymnasium. ments with Miss Howe between 8:33
Dates and other arrangements for the and 10 o'clock Tuesday at the gym-
intramural baseball tournament will nasium.

be decided. Managers who are unable
to come should send a representative.

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chapter at tea today at the home of
Mrs. Sunderland.
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of Wo-
men, will entertain at a buffet lunch-,
eon at 1:30 o'clock, Wednesday, at
her home at 922 Olivia Avenue.
Announcement has been made at
the Alpha Gamma Delta house of the
engagement of Elizabeth Montgoin.-
ery, '26 to Harold Duggan of Toledo.
Duggan is a member of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity at the University of
Colorado.
The announcement was made at the
Delta Zeta house Wednesday evening
of the engagement of Joy Carpp, '25,

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338 Maynard

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209 South Ingalls
Sunday Night Lunches Only.
Special
Waffle, Sausage, Syrup and Coffee
35c
Open from 5:30 to 9:30 P. M.

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to Walter B. Remley, Chicago. Mr.
Remley is a member of Delta Upsilon
fraternity at the University of l1li-
nois.
Ticket Sale Opens
For League Supper
Installation of new officers of the
Women's League and the installation
supper will be held Wednesday even-
ing, May 6 in Barbour gymnasium.
Tickets for the supper go on sale to-
morrow morning at the candy booth
in University hall and at Grace
Clark's desk in Barbour gymnasium.
Tickets are 50 cents and are limited
? in number to 1,000. This small price
is made possible since the Women's
3 League plans to pay half of the ex-
pense.
The League has started many ino-
vations and they have all been suc-
cessful. It is the wish- of the old
board of directors on concluding
their term of office to give this in-
stallation to the new board members.
Olive McKay, '25, is general chair-
man. Working with her are the fol-
lowing committees: ticket, Ethel
Schroeder; '25; decorations, Helen
Brown, '25 publicity, Dorothy Cline,
'26, and Marguerite Dutton, '26.
Members of the University Girls'
Glee club will meet at 3:30 o'clock
Sunday afternoon at Hill. auditorium
for the Faculty concert.

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