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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1925 TEMCIA AL

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LEAGUE OFFICERS
INSTALLED TODAYi
Mlrs. Wesley Hloffmn, '21, Vorter
League President to Make
Address to Wonten
t NAME PATRONESSES
Mrs. Wesley H-offman, formuerly
Edna Graff, who was president of the
Women's League in 1921. will give f
the principal address of the installa-,
tion service at Barbour gymnasium d
tonight. Immediately following the
supper which is scheduled for 5:30)
o'clock the 01(1 presidenft, Margaret'
Dixon, '25, will give a brief talk onl
the work of the League. The corn-
* inittee chairmen will summarize their i
work for the year. Thle following
new ,oflicers of the Women's League
* will be introduced: Norma Bicknell,
'26, president who will respond with
a brief talk; Constance Clark, '26,!
vice-presidcnt; Elizabeth Parrott,
'26, c:orresp)onding' secretary; Jean
layer, '27, treasurier; Hannah Fitch,
'27, recordling secretary; Anne Seerey.
and Elizabeth Blackwood, senior rep-
resentatives; Harriet Abbott, and Ev-
felyn Murray, junior representatives;
Gertrude Bailey, and Dorothy Mal-
comuson, junior judiciary council memn-
bers. Loretta Cooper, senior ju dici ary'
council member. There will be0 sev-
eral songs led by Miriam Mansfield,
Llo.
Patronesses for the installation in-
elude: Dean Jean Hamilton, Mrs. A.
S. Hobart, Miss Grace Richards. Mrs
John R. Effinger, Mrs. Alfred Lloyd.
Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Miss Mary Ross,
Miss Ruth Deener, Dr. Margaret B3ell,
Miss Louise Patterson, Miss Ethel Me-1
Cormick, the directors of the dormitor-
ies, and other guests.
Members of the old board will ap-
pear in caps and gowns.

APLEDGE CuUuGIVES,
ANNUAL SIIENAI)E I
Once Imere Mte aged leu~l t MICHIAN ALUMNAE CLUB i
I (if filew:Men's G lee (1 ith in ser4'-
ItIdI(illtt~'he 1~Iula hous1Ied !it i IMiss Daphne Dodds5, '13, field sec-
4!E)Iitries and 5(soIr13 1ihouss rotary of the Women's League, has
l. el~ited tlie IMuhigain been in Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and
WOIII(eIt. TI'lsserenade of t t Washington during the lbast nmonth,
eeaiw'n was the a it~ per. and 15i-ans to go on to Rochester, N.
foriiiiiee ofi a Custom.11i11'W Y. to attend an alumnae luncheon,
w ore tbham iW years old. aimd to put camnpus activities and
ina the old dlays, ho4weIv, the hI eedls directly to Michigan women.
enstomwas notfor one aluIII1 The successful outcome of Miss
serenadle as it i toaybut the Dodds' visits throughout the countryI
serenades were frequIent anid is shown by the increase in number
spontaneous in their ature. and strength of the alumnae clubs
Any eventing ini the fall, -%inter, I and the financial response to thre
spring, or summiter strains of I needs of the undergraduate w'omn.
music were liableto bust ort The Spring drive is intensifying it-
upon the air fromt any oft the I self daily, and active work is beingi
wemeit'ls roouiiiig lhouses for ini don0e1 with the definite thought and
Uty n e'I ,lihing f Mrin;" IhP~IIIII hope that the Million Dollars may be
'ett, h. 1 t (a('ec(Clubi) a~ld3aSI pledged by Jutne of this year. The
been contantit. i total pledged to (late is $633,110.26.
Fve then, thae nien wereI Among the active organized groups
thrown differenit 4IA'iacies are Ann Arbor, Cleveland, New York,
fron.thkie windows of the buiild- using, Toledo1, Detroit, Baltimore,
E(Inge, but it is more (Ilan pirob.- I Pittsburgh, and Washington.
S aletha te unc ws ot o jAnn Arbor alumnae who are in#
elab o ra te -ts it is t t y a i d ou b t a b o u t th eir p led g es or themo e t a . h e s r n d i s lfc d t s n t e p e g s a e r q u t d
was so organized ats it is today.iY to inquire at the National Campaign
I ________________ headquarters in rocm A, Alumni'
Memorial Bail.

TFI CKtEl'SSOII LD TO
1 BENEFIT LEAGUE
jHere is your chance to help
the League. See the movie,
"Peter Pan"' at the Arcade
theater today and at the same
time contribute to the League
building fund. only ticketsi
purchased outside the theater
will benefit this fund. Students
are therefore urged to pur-
cha:se tickets from one of the
following places: Waher's,
Graham's andl Slitter's b)00k
stores; the Union and League
jbooth in University hall. Boys
will also sell tickets i front
of the theater for each per-
101 1ltdfce.
I nterhouse Teams
To Compete Toda+
linter house baseball teams wil
hold the first games of their tourna
anent at 4 o'clock, today at Palme
field. Wednesday's schedule isa
follows: .Alpha Delta vs. Gamm
{Phi beta, 'Let~a Tan Alpha vs. Delt
'Gamma, Alpha Phi vs. Sigma Kappi
Collegiate Sorosis vs. Delta Zet.

soon as possible for the bridge tea a
-- which will be given Saturday after- C,
N O TCESC noon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Burs-! l
iey for the benefit of the Wonmen'. '11
t ~ League. Tickets are on sale at all d
- -----°---~-- - -- the organized houses at 75 cents.
The new cabinet of the Y. IV. C. A.-N
will meet at 4:30 o'clock today at I All women who are eligible to re-' 1
Newberry hall.1 ceive W. A. A. sweaters on Pield (lay'A
i ti~hould report to Louise Roberts or it
' Members of the Freshman Girls'j Miss Ethel McCormick at Baurbour t
Glee club who wish to attend the1, gymnasium the size and style of
spring dance to be given by the Uni- sweater (desired. The styles are heavy
versity Girls' Glee club must notify slip-on, heavy coat style or jersey
Alice E. Kellogg at Betsy Barbour be-' slip-on. t
fore Friday May 8, pihone 6816. j t
Track practice will be held for thee
There will be no meeting of the juniors andl freshmen at 4 o'clock to-
Freshmnam Girls' Glee club Monday,i day and for the seniors and soplio-
,May 11. The next mbeting will bel mores at 5 o'clock.
.held on Monday, May 18 at 4:15 o'-
-clock. The executive board of the W. A.
.I A. will meet at 4 instead of 5 o'-
I Kent '26 and Mary Allshouse '27 ' clock today in Barbour gymnasium,
Y1 I have been: chosen as the umpires. because of the League installation.
er I-Have a new
as fiat to wear home
z: Vig Reduction Sale
na of
.or ~Early Spring. Models.
in ;-A big opportunity because
ret it lasts all May.
rig 1 Ti ~

CHOOSE WOMEN TO EAD
IN LNTERNNIGHT FEAT
Invitationis are to he sent out soon
to eight women from each class to
act as aides in the Lantern Night
ceremony which will be held Tues-
(lay, May 19, in Palmer field. The'
women will be chosen by Dean Jean
Hamilton and her staff, Dr. Margaretj
aBell andl the physical edlucation de-{
partment, largely on the basis . of
scholarship and p~articipation inf
campus activities.
All the University women are ex-
hooeted. to take part in the procession
Iwhich will be led by Margaret D~ixoni,
'25, presiden~t of the Women's League,
and MariannainiiSalley. '25, president
of thre W. A. A. The University band
jwill play dluring the precessioni and
the formation of a block "M"i'.

Alpha Epsilon Iota vs. P'hi Signr
x O fe rs ; ,igmia and Newberry residence v
Y ' .4.C. L fer one 8. The complete schedule h
B Z~askzetry !"course~ the 28 entering teams is posted
---- Leona Weniger '25, Margar
Mlenibers of the chub leadership .IPurdy '27, Gladys Eastcott '26, Dor
comnittee of the Y. 1'. C. A. will ---- --- - - --- -------- -
meet todaiy at 4:15 o'clock at New-
berry hall to discuss an outline of Your' Corset Made to Measure
review for the examination which H-ELEN G.
will b)e given in tile near future ton
all those who have comlpletedl this rC U H
Iwork. A course in basketry will also _N u-Bon ti& Crsetiere
With
be offered to these women if it is MISS Mel1'U1E, Costumer
I01111(1 that enough sign up to make it NcesAcd
proftabe. Ms. 1. C Cofmanwil ; hone 2448 for Appointment
direct this work.I

The Social Service club will meet
xt 8 o'clock tonight at the, Martha
Cook building. A representative from
the personnel department of J. L.
Hud(son company, Detroit, will ad-
aress the society.
Black Quill society will mmeet at
R :30 o'clock tonight in room 204 S.
WV. All members who plan to attend
he initiation banquet are requested
to be present as sooni as possible.
Class baseball practice wiii be held
today and Thursday in Palmer field,
the seniors and sophomores at 4 o'-
clock, the juniors and( freshmen at 5
o'clock.
Style Without
Extravagance
yESTER DAY
our display in
street, afternoon and
evening dresses be-
gan. It was very
pleasing to us to
watch the enthusiasm
with which it was
received.
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This displayN will
continue Wednes-
day and Thur's-
i day. We invite
your inspection.

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Class
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Elections
Be Held Today

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Sophomore-senior classes will have
their elections at 4:30 today at Bar-
bour gymnasium. At this meeting
the sophomore social committee is
elected. The Senior will elect the
senior play committee and their
social committee. This business will
be conducted immediately preceding
the installation supper,. making it
possible for every woman to be there.

Several stunts are being p~lannedh
by the committee in charge andl these
will be presented immediately after
the picnic supper and' before tile
freshman plageant which are features
of the Lantern Night and field dlay1
celebration.
READ) TH'I CLASSIFIED AIIM,

You cannot
always find
enjoyment )vhen
you are alone, but
if you have a Kodak
along you can
really enjoy yourself.
There is a complete line
of Kodaks for sale at
Ly ndon 's.

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Leave Atn Arbor, Chtamber
of *tonmuerce, 7 :30 ia. 11., 11 a.
111.9 4 p. i.,,4:39 ip. lm. week
days. Sundays, leave Ann
Arbor 7:34) .iiiw., 1I)p. in., 4 p.
i., 7:34) p. in. P'hone 4189 for
Informaionb.

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