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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SENIORS ELECT
Social Notes , PLAY CHAIRMAN
Sophomore and senior elections for
- next year were held at 4:30 o'clock
The Women's League Bridge tea to yesterday afternoon at Barbour gym-
be gien Saturday at the home o nasium wben Margaret Ainsworth
Mrs. Joseph Bursiey will not be af- was elected chairman of the Senior
fected by t he conditions of the weath- play committee, the other members
er. If the weather does not permit of the committee being Ruth Rankin,

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A RO ATHENA FRESHMEP
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Athena freshmen were awarded a
favorable decision over Portia fresh-
men' in a debate which was held
Tuesday night on the question, "Re-
solved that the United States should
cancel the allied war debts." The
decision was two to one and rendered
by Prof. G. E. Densmore and other
members of the public speaking de-
partment,'who acted as judges.
Members of the affirmative side,
ink; intained by Athena freshmen were
Laura Osgood, Norma Green, and
Matilda Summerfeld, while those on
the negative team were Celestan3
Smith, Ada Ely, and Susie Storke.
Athena debaters argued that can.-
collation was necessary for the rea-
son that foreign countries are finan-
cially unable to pay, that the United
States is morally justified in makinsg
the cancellation, and that economi.
cally 'the United States can afford it.
Morever, they pointed out that the
war was our war and that the hliies
fought for us unaided for three years.
Portia debaters opposed this, stat-
ing that through the use of the
:Dawe§' plan, currency would be stab-
ilized and Germany able to pay her
debts, and further stated that cancel-
alion was not to the best advantage
of the foreign countries at it would
,esult in ajloss of credit and cause
a financial panic and heavier taxes
in the United States. Payment, they
insisted, would insure 100 percent
credit and be for the goodf of the
whole world.
The affirmative team refuted these
arguments citing evils which would
follow an attempt to collect. It was
pointed out that no country can exist
independently and that the eco-
nomic status of any one affects all
of the others.
Members of the leadership cominis-
sion of the Y. WV. C. A. will meet at
a 12 o'clock luncheon today at New-
berry hall.
The baseball games scheduled for
Thursday, will be played at 4 o'clock
on, Monday.

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Time Limit For
Tennis Extended
Due to weather conditions the
time liiit for playing off first round
games in the tennis tournament has
been extended to Saturday. Second
rounds must bo finished by May 14.
Those who drew byes in the first
round should play off their second
round immediately.
The losers in each series should
record the scores on the schedule in
Barbour gymnasium as soon as the
games are played. All entries are
requested to record their new tele-
phone numbers opposite their names
immediately.
When rain makes the condition of
the courts doubtful the players
should call Barbour gymnasium for
information instead of failing to
play.
Tlh3 annual May meeting of the
Faculty Women's club will be held
today at the Ann Arbor Golf club
immediately following the luncheon
given for the club members. Election
of new officers will be held and re-
ports of activities for the past year
wi.1 be read.

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LEAGUE INSTAATION
PROE UESUCCESS

an outdoor fete, tables will be set
About 800 women attended the in- within doors.
stallation supper at Barbour gymna- Ticketstmay bensecureduthrough
stalaton uper t Hrbory of 'the organized houses on
sium last evening when the new offi- campus or reservations may be made
cers of the Women's League were in- with Betty Nutt or Evelyn Murray.
stalled. Margaret Dixon, '25 intro- The price of the tickets is 75 cents.
duced the old officers who gave brief Each table is requested to bring their
reports of the year's work. Miss own cards.
Dixon commended the work of Char- Women are invited to bring their
lotte Blagdon, former president. She mothers.
spoie of the various departments of
the League stating that foremost was The last Women's League party of
the work and achievements of the the year will be a picnic at Whitmore!
honor point system which now ranks Lake on Thursday, May 14. Trans-
as one of the best in any of the mid portation will be furnished by the
western universities. Miss Dixon League, and the party will leave
further emphasized that the success Barbour gymnasium at 5 o'clock. All
of the League depended not alone on women who are planning to go are
the president but on the soundness requested to sign up in the gymna-
and dependability of all the members sium. The League will furnish cot-{
- .fee.

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Edith Rhinevault, Arline Ewing, and
Elizabeth Strauss. Ruth Williams
and Lucille Cornell are the newly
elected Senior social committee, of
which Ruth Williams is chairman.
The freshmen women elected Ed-
wina Hogadone as chairman of the
Freshman Spread committee. Other
members are: Bertha Rankin, Eve-
lyn Pratt, Virginia Crossman, Mary
White, Alice Kellogg, Mary Louise
Murray, Esther Merrick, Ellen Groff,
Helen Belcher ,Jean Greenshields,
Mary VanDeursen, Dorothy Hurd,
Elizabeth Nutt, Josephine Norton,
Mary Quarton, Margaret Deacon,
Catherine Kyer, Dorothy Baird, and
Elsie Murray.
meet at 7 o'clock and the Mirror will
{ he fitted for their costumes at 7;30

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Mrs. Wesley Hoffnian, formerly
Edna Graff, president of the League
i 1921, spoke on three phrases of a
university woman's life: understand-
ing adaptability, and friendship.
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The schedule for today's rehearsals place at 4 o'clock on Monday instead
for the Freshman Pageant is as fol- of on Friday.
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o'clock, Godmothers at 3:45 o'clock. plays at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Sarah
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bOXCS are $1.50 to $3.00. Silk
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This May Sale of fine Philippine lingerie is
just in time for gifts with which to remem-
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event. Select your gift today and send it
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