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April 28, 1925 - Image 5

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Dormitories Make Pi Lambda Theta will hold a short which will
business meeting at 7:45 o'clock to- and from 1
Choice Of Women morrow in the library of Martha Cook. I University1
gNOTCESMyra Inzst
For Coming Year' NOTICES Field, '27.
All women who have 100 honor
~_-points in the W. A. A. and who have

be held from 10 to 12
to 3 o'clock tomorrow in
ball. The (caudidates are
terwald, '27, and Irene
Daily Advertisers - it

WEA.TLeader In Girls'
WorkWill Speak E
~flm PN 11110 1 A DO flMiss Fayc F razier, Detroit, who is! IN PAMER FIED TDDAY1

Every year at about this time, the
directors of the dormitories make

I paid their dues are eligible to vote C rat(?Ilize
The schedule for Freshman pageant in the second election for president pays.-Adv.
rehearsals is as follows: Tomorrow at

U II U I I I L U L nI U U I Ithe hv'ad of the girls' work depart-
1ment ofl the Y. W. C. A. is to speak

Portia Literary Society Will Oppose
Athena Team in First of

at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow at New-
berry hal on "Camps and Camping."
This talk wifl be given under the
auspices of the club leaders commit-
tee of the Y. W. C. A. of which
Louise Pennington, '25. is chairman.

"Resolved: That the proposed child Special reference will be made to
labor amendment to the national con- the work of came couneilors and any
stitution should be adopted ly the woman who is interested in this
United States" will 'be the question phase of work for the summer is in-
for debate between members of the vitedl to interview Miss Frazier who has
Athena and Portia Literary societies had wide experience in this field. She
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in the is now in charge of the Y. W. C. A.
Adelphi club rooms of Angell hall. camp near Port Buron known as
Anyone interested is invited to at- Camp Cavell. It is urged that all
tend. women make their appointments wit'
This is the first of a series of five Miss Mary Ross at Newberry hall any
debates to be held between the two time today and tomorrow. Miss Fraz-
women's societies upon the sugges- ier will be here from 2 to 4 o'clock
tion of Miss Ruth Hueston, '18, of i.nd will be glad to see anyone inter-
Detroit the first president of the euted at tis time.
Athena Literary society. A second
debate between the societies will be iinn inmi T ninaj
held the first w eek in M ay w ith only w t part. The rbnh
freshmen women taking part. The UIU IUULU I I~
remaining thre debates will be hel
winning the majority of debates will
be presented with a silver cup by
Miss Hueston. Miss Ruth Price of the physical
The Athena tema for the debate education department will have
tomorrow night will consist of: charge of the class archery tourna-
Charlotte Harrison, '25; Margerite ment. Last fall was the first time
Dutton, '26; Dorothy Cline, '26; and that class teams were organized ik
Florence Pollock, '26.' Portia Liter- this sport and, according to Miss
ary society will be represented by the Price, the enthusiasm and competi-
following: Margaret Henckel, '26; tion shown at that time point to a
Della Houland, '25; and Genevieve successful season this spring. The
'Goodman, '26. fall tournament was wor' by the
junior and senior teams.
?H old Ticket Sale Woen desiring to naticipt e ih
this sport must sign u1) in )B3abour
For Installation gymnasium or Pallser feld house.
Practices will be held Monday and
Sale of tickets for the installation Wednesday at 4 o'clock at alfer
supper for the new officers of the field.
Women's League will continue this According to Miss Ethel McCormick
week, and those tickets may be ob- of the physical edluatiom staff, Uni-
tained at the candy booth in Univer- versity women are beginning to real
sity hall between 8 and 5 o'clock and ize the imbortanlce of archery as a:
at Grace Clark's desk in Barbour type of athletics requiring skill air
gymnasium front 2 to 5 o'clock every erfect coordination and not. solely a:
day. Ethel Schroeder, '25, chairman the "sport for kings."
of the ticket committee has appoint- I
ed the following members to assist in Tea Room Opens
thie 'sale: 'Margaret Townsend, '25; l
Miriam Olden '27, Elizabeth Van At F eld House
Valkenburgh '26, Genevieve Wright
'25, Germaine Mastens, '26, Gretchen
Schroeder, '26, Margarette Nichols, ; Sandwiches, cold drinls. and other
'26, and Margaret Hardy, '28. Tickets refreshments will be served at the
are 50 cents each and should be W. A. A. tea room which will open at
prchased at once. '4 o'clock today in the Palmer field
1ouse. The furniture for the tea room

Elective outdoor track work will
start today under the direction of
Miss Germaine Guiot of the physical
education department. Special fea-
tures of the course will be javelin andI
discus throwing. The work of the
season will culminate in a track
meet for which all women will be el-
igible. The sophomores and seniors
will meet at 4 o'clock and the juniors
and freshmen at 5 o'clock on Tues-
days. Practice is scheduled for only
one day each week and the hours
have been arranged so as not to con-
flit with practice for interclass base-
A straightaway running track, 330
feet long, is being erected on Palmer
field for the use of the women of the
I campus. The track is now under
construction and will be completed
by May 15, acording to the buildings
and grounds department who are
supervising the construction.
Class Will View
Washed Out Dar
Students in hydraulic engineering
will make a trip to French's landing
near Flat Rock Thursday to view the
Detroit Edison dam which was
washed out during spring vacation.
Prof. Horace W. King of the Hy-
draulic engineering department and
Prof. C. O. Wisler of the Civil en-
gineering department will accompany
the class.
The business meeting of the Tues-
lay afternoon dramatic section of the
Faculty Women's club will be held at
2:30 o'clock today at the home of
Mrs. U. B. Phillips, 1954 Cambridge
road. Mrs. Theophile Raphael will
assist Mrs. Phillips at hostess.


their choice of new women to be---
4 o'clock, Ball group; 4:45 o'clock .............-..... ...............
taken into the houses for the follow- Pan group; 5:15 o'clock, Dream=- - -.
ing year. Out of the many applica- group; today and Thursday at 1
tions that are received every year, o'clock, Princess and Companions; 4R Y 1
the same general method is followed I o'clock, Waltz group; 4:45 o'clock.
in trying to take in some girls fromiMirror group; 5:15 o'clock, Crystal
every part of the United States and group. Friday, at 4 o'clock, Mother EANER
also some from other countries. Dur- Goose group. All rehearsals are to .-Art-
ing spring vacation the work of se- be in costume. WE m REssERs - 1L
looting girls was finished and the F-'I'E"CAIN, CI
Slists arepractically completed except Miss Louise Howe of the physical FOR ANDAI
of course in case of some unlooked education department will conduct DELIVER1
for vacancy. -elective classes in corrective work
Helen Newberry residence will take on Fridays in Barbour gymnasium.
in approximately thirty-five new Women wishing to enroll in th s "
women. There will be one new course are asked to make appoint-
oriental girl taken in and the three I ments with Miss Howe between 8:30
remaining from this year will make and 10 o'clock Tuesday at the gym- P 6 8
a total of four oriental girls all of nasium. Phone .J
whom are here on Barbour scholar-:
ships. i The executive board of the W. A. A. E. STEIN - PROPRIETOR
Betsy Barbour house will take in will meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow in .............................................................
approximately forty new women, one Barbour gymnasium.
new Barbour scholar and a Barbour ^
scholar who has been on the campus Portia members should call Doris" ::or: . . . :
wo years. Three Barbour scholars Slingluff, 1463-i, today if they intend
vill remain from this year. to attend the banquet Thursday.
Martha Cook building expects to
r.ake in mr than eighty new rest- Theta Sigma wll meet Thursday t
dents. There will also be one new at the Alpha Xi Delta house. Mem-: ^ .a.: . .
Barbour scholar taken in and two re- hers are requested to be there prompt-. : . . ; : : :
mnaining from this year. ly at 8 o'clock. --:;f4L;.:JIJLV
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The Month End special price
on these new coats is much be.
low their real values. Smart
sport and semi dress models of
polair, twill and flannel in all
the latest shades. All are silk



KAPPA PHI TO ELECT lis the gift of this year's executive
Iboard of the W. A. A. members. The I
Elections for Kappa Phi will be ?color scheme of blue and orange is
held at 5:30 o'clock tonight at Wes -carried out in nictures for the wal
ley Hall and every member is urged as well as in the furniture.
to be present to vote. ~~- - - L I A 1 A A
Following are the nominees: Ruth READ THIlE CLASSIF I EID AS,
carson '26, Dorothy Cline '26, Mar-
uiterit Uttn '29_ rn sPide.nt - rrit a

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

guu Ie "L LG, pre le~ ; Oa a
Davis '27, Alice Wuerfel '27, vice
president; Margarette Nichols '27,
Inez McCormick '26, recording secre-
tary; Hazel Spedding '26, Norene
Bushaw, treasurer; Helen Dodge '27,
Madalyn Leland '26, corresponding
secretary. W.oGrn
Mr. Charles W. Garfield, of Grand
Rapids, will speak on "Adventures in
the Realm of Horticulture" at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow at the meeting of
the garden section of the Faculty Wo-'
imen's club to be held at the club-
house, 226 South Ingalls street. The
public is invited to attend.'
Class baseball practice will start to-
d ay at Palmer field. Juniors and fresh-
men will meet at 4 o'clock, seniors
and sophomores at 5 o'clock. Class
managers will be elected.

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After eatin o
Wri ley's res
mouth and swe
So easy to carr
packet in your p
important to hav
mouth needs cle
Odors of dining
quickly disappea
brightly burnish
just naturally co
nerves are soothe
refreshed, the stom
and digestion ai
"affter 0e,

ai/ times!
r smoking
shens the
.etens the breath
y the little
ocket i So
re when the
ansing and
or smoking
r-teeth arei
ed. Smiles thanasweet-ttsa
me because positiWebeneft,
A. throat is Many doctorsand
nach relieved dentists recpm.
ded. mend It.
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"Not since the days of-Lillian
Nordica has an American heard
such thiunders of applause be-
stowed by a Metropolitan audi.
ence as fell to the lot of Law-
rence Tibbett in the part of
Ford in Boito's 'Falstaff,'" re-
ports the Literary Digest under
date of February 7, 1925.

Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor

It's Economical!
The first cost is practically
the last. With proper care it
willlastfor along time,much
longer than ordinary pow-
der cases. One case is all you
need-the same case for any
loose powder you wishto use.
No waste powder-every bit
is used. No more powder
cakes to drop and break.

Mr. Ballester was born in
Spain. Ie sang frequently in
Barcelona, and later went to
lParis, where ho 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.

Miss l\Teisle is the possessor
of one of the most beautiful anod
opulent voices to be heard to-
day. She has been with the
Chicago Civic Opera Company
since 1923, making her debut in
the important role of Erda in
3 TI
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh
tenor, has been described as
"Evan Williams of this genera-
tion." Since coming to Amnerica
he has appeared in practically
all of the music-centers of the
East and Middle West in ora-
torio and recital, His engage-
ments have been veritable tri-


Six Concerts

Four Days

(M zzo-Soprano)
Another member of the Cli-
cago Civic Opera Company.

Course Tickets on Sale Up to May 1i1th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7


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