100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 12, 1925 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1925-05-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TUESDAY, MAY " 12, 1925

. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUEDA, AY 2,195 TE ICIGAv DIL

71T__-

* PEN TOURNAMNT IN
INTERHOUS BBAgL
Interhouse baseball activities
opened yesterday afternoon with five
games on Palmer field. The closest
score wvas made by Alpha Xi Delta
when they defeatedl Gamma Phi Beta
wvith a score of 7-6. Another closely
* contested victory was the one gained
by Delta Zeta when they defeated
Collegiate Sorosis 15-11.
Delta Gamma defeated Zeta Tau
Alpha by the score of 26-16. The team
representing zone 8 lost to H-elen
Newberry Dormitory with a score of
29-18. Alpha Epsilon Iota defeated
Phi Sigma Sigma in an easy contest
scoring 28-5.
The next games on the schedule,
which will complete the first round
in the tournament, wvill be played at
4 o'clock Wednesday. Game sched-
ules are posted in, Barbour gymna-
sium.
SA unique party was given at Alum-
'nae house last Thursday evening in
honor of their seniors. The decora-
tions consisted of swings in cein-
luemoration of swing-out and favors
,..,,of dolls dressed in caps and gowns
were given to the seniors.

1,EA(4E '1 ~(\tC
Sports will 1 le h(iief at-
trac tioni of the Women's Leaguie
pa0rty wliieh is to be held at
W\hi tmore Lake'Thursday..rpThe
part y will ineet at Bjar;bour
gymnasium at 5 oclock and
transportaztion will be furnished
by the Women's League. The
c:ommliittee suggest that the w'o-
men bring bathing suits and
plan for anything from duck-
ing contests to baseball. One of
the picnic ground1s will be re-
served and coffee will b~e served
with the picic supper. 'Tlhis
is the last League party of the
year, and as is customary, is
an outdoor party. Women may
sign up in Barbour gymleasium
any, time before rfLnrsday. All
wo~meni are urged to attend.

MA NY SIGNTODAY[DDOR
3OUTOOR TRICK MEET
Toda V, is the last (ay oil w hi ch
women may signi up for thz; outdoorr
tr'ac(k met whi~h will be fheld 1tield
day at. Palmer field. Jlractice for the,
seior's aiid soplhlonlot will be held
at 4 o'clock, for the .Junijors and fry sh -
mWen at 5 o'clock at the field. The
Ipractices undler the coaching of li:ss
GI (leraine 4uniot hav'e consisted of

LD irector Selects! js aea patcwitbied
1 { today and Thursday, at 4 o'clock forr
Senior Play Castj N O T1ICES the freshmen and juniors, andl at 5 o'-!
clock for the sophomores and seniors,!
! in Palmer field.
i-ciux ugthe final tr'y-ouits held
v-a;to.'d vY aft ernoon in Newberry- First rounds in the tennis tourna-j
hai, the ca;t for the senior p~lay, to rresheueoftdyineeasl ent may still be playedl off tomorrow.; t
he igvenl i~mucdi etely following the for the Freshman p~ageant is as fo eodlon=gmsshudbe!m
senior h:'uakflart, hza; been announced lows: 1:30 o'clock, princess and com-1 pleted Friday. Women who drew byes:r
'~;-'~-" ~ ~ Inanins:3, awnarou; 345 11 for the first round may play their sec- l
!'ias ud oeForne pnin;3 an ru;34 got- jond round at once.
,'Com( , 1)3olrnce Holheisel, Florence mothers; 4, waltz group; 4:45, crys-i
N eln:.n, and : arah Slocum. tat group; 5:15, mirr'or group. Election of officers for the year'
The~ one-aut playv."Aria da Capo" 1925-1926 will take place at the reg-,
1wy s du:: >t. Vincent . Millay which is, The chairmen of the Freshman imular meeting of the University Girls')
to lie u,,ed was, according to Mrs. pageant, committee will meet today in Glee club at 4:15 o'clock on Tues-
St:;i-v Lowe, who is diirecting the I the office of the dean of womnen. I lay at the School of Music building. I(

Gltee Club~s Mvakle
Plans For Dance
flans have been completed for the
sp~ring formal dance to be given by
the University Girl's Glee club and
the Freshman Girls Glee club Sat-
urday in the ballroom of the Huron
Hotel, Ypsilanti.i
Music for the dance will be fur-
nished b~y the Alpha Tau Omega
orchiestr'a andI Miss Nora (crane H-unt,
(director of the University Girl's Glee
club, wil chaperone the affair.
The committees appointed to take
c'har'ge of the (lance are as follows:
Music, Genevieve Speers '26, Dorothy
Sessions '25, Lucile Bartholomew '25;
decoration, Florence Probst '26, Mary
Kent-Miller '27, Evangeli neo ursell
'26Ed.

i
1
1

broad jumpll. 'his weelk
jump, liurilles -grid discus
be str'essed.
jLties 101' the track nme
chosen from the academic
the elective classes. Ali
iwho wish to get In extira
Smay' rep1ort at the regu

the hzigh i z , '('l< eo because of its unusual
woirk wil re l 1imugh its fine atmosphere
1 1 fanicif il nature it is her' belief
eet will Lb tha it will make a strong appeal both
t will as to I he momntiers of the class and mem-
l woenb of their families who may be
alprac(tice
lar traick
sday aim li \n,.zituwm (-meznlhambeentmadeat
± ~~~h P\~ tn hi Sigmna Sigma house of the
en ;, :ifeiint of Miss B'ernice Smitht
26' to 'Mr. Nathan Heyman of New
Users -- i o vii City. Mr. H~eyman is a grad"
miate of Cornell University.

IMembers of Pi Lambda 'theta wvill
meet at 5:30 o'clock today at the
Fireplace for a picnic and discussion.
Women who have been named as i
aides for the Lantern Night ceremony
Iwill meet at 4:15 o'clock today at
Palner field for rehearsal.
jThere will be- a special meeting of
the University Girls' Glee club at
3:45 o'clock today, at the School of
Music. The meeting will be followed
by the regultir weekly rehearsal. Ev-
ery one expecting to attend the dance
must bring her money to the meeting.

IMembers of the University Girls'l
Glee club and Freshman Girls' Gleel
club, who are planning to attend the
spring formal must bring their fee of)
$2.50 to the net meeting of the Gleei
club.
READ THE CLASSIFIED ADlS,

i
f
s
1
t

_. _,. l
'i',i h

Read the Want Ads

Read the

_____-classes at 10 o'clockit,.n
'Thurtsday, at 11 or 3 o'cloI
and Wednesiday.
XXlant Ads) Paitronmize Daily de ayAv

F'.'.
1 C,

4 'I

Rad the Want Ads,

I

It's Time

to Think

and
CHINESE RUGS
From the K. S. Jamgotch Collection

F
yf
M

AR-RANGE STUNTS FOR
LANTERN TNIT
Stunts immediatel$y ollow-
ing the picnic supper on the
Chill-side will be one of the new
Ifeatures of this year's Lantern
Night program which will be
held Tuesday, May 19, on Palm-
er field.' Three stunts have
Ebeen arranged, one by the
freshman class, one in charge
of Ruth Kahn, '27, and th'e
third in charge of Elizabeth
Campbell, '27. These will be
followed by the singing of
jMichigan songs.
The field day events to be
held the same afternoon will in-
elude baseball, tennis, archery,
and track.

of Graduation
Per fumes
Du Barry Toilet Articles
Manicure Sets

Gifts

Travel Cases

Ko daks

Bristle Goods

11EERBACI-I1e

& SON Co.

200-204 E. LIBERTY STr.

','a
4/' /

B

Are
At

'I

A DAINTY step-in set of
crepe de chine or jersey 'makes
an attractive and practical gift
for the ,June graduate. Lace
trimmed and tailored styles in
flesh, peach, maize and white
are priced from $5.50 to $9.50

Many rare Oriental And Chinese Rugs selected from the
ous K. S. Jamgotch collection by Mr. Jamngotch himself

Now On Sale
Lowe Prices

fam-
Who

rAw

--- .^

-I.

i
a

a set.

HAVE YOUR CORSET,
MADE TO MEASURE
HELEN G. CHURCH
NU-BONE CORSETIERE
wiih MISS McINTYRE. Costumer,
NicketIs Arcade Phone for appointment
THE INESTIMABLE
-BEAUTY OF FLOWERS,
* MAKE THEM AN APPRE-
CIATED GIFT.
GIVE FLOWERS.
Cousins,& Hall
611 .E. lVniversity
Phone 7313
Your Order Will Receive
Prompt and Courteous
* Attention.

Sport Footwear

.;

Second F'loor

GOOD YEA R'S
124 SOUTH, MAIN ._

is thoroughly, familiar with the desires -of Ann Arbor patrons,
are now on very special sale here. Choose new pieces now, and
have your home at. its best while you are entertaining May
Festival guests.,
THIRD FLOOR

I

y, y.".
\ ( .\
. -

Footwecar for sp~orts orhi
ing, in tans and combin,
Lions, wvith crepe or leath+
soles. Very suitable f(
golf.

k-
cr

' 1

V +I ww.

$5.00 to $6.50

f ..

Wahr's Shoe Store

(downtown)

108 S. Ma

P..-

I

cit Lasf.Here's, a'vanirie
,f Lo'se Powdr WCwotSill

Dial
4 219
for
Efficient
Laundry
Service-
e3

o r i
inn
ill
it1
r
i
Id
ii
and t~
c~akeP

LAW'-RNC'E TIBBETT
0 a itone)
"Not since the dlays of Lillian
Nordlica has an American heard
sli1i('i IInders of applause be-
stowevd by a ,Metmopoitan audi..
ecode as fell to the lot of Law-
rence Tlibbett in the part of
Ford in Boiito's 'Falstaff," re-
por-,1 c Literary Digest under
Ort e of February 7, 1925.
¢'a 110,1i-
I'din. IP lhstar Nvas 1bor'nin
t aia l.t'1o.saglIfrequently in
Ba-ccmmo nd latei went to
Park bii 'ieh made his debut
in operia. t--:11('ethen lhe'has
snilt;-withli2r{'(I t ccess iti Ial y,
Soutlt America, andi with both
th~e (h ta,-o andl Metropoitan
Op-va Comnpanies.
CI ':zo-Soprmno)
Aiiotlher- member of the Clhi-

MAY-
FESTIVA
Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor
.1AAY
20, 21, 2 2,23

PO

wod~lmo

Six of. the

MII!
i

Artists

J(ATIIRYN I11 EISLE
(Contralto)
Miss Meisle is time possessor
of one of the most beautiful and
opulent voices to* be heard to-
(ay. She has b~een with the
Chicago Ci vie Opera Comnpany
since 1923, making her debut in
the important role of Erda in
"Siegfried.",
UI[YS MORGAN
*~ Ten~or)
Alr. Mom'gan, the young Welsh
tenor', has len des'cribed as
"pavan Williams of this genra-
tion." Since comning to A merica
lie ha s atppeared iii lpractically
all of theu 1sic centers of the
East and Middcle West in ora-
torio' and mreital. iHis engage-
mnents have beeni veritable tri-
umphs.

who are to appear
on programs of the

AbrTVaug i'-rn tr
uses a N~orida Vanitie for het
f'orite loose powdcr.
Seel You can carry the Norida Vanitie in any position--2
even hold it upside down, and the loose powder cannot spill,
OL -dU
foi LOOE POWDE

Six Concerts

-Four Days

A huAidome case, thin, dainty, and beauti-
fully embossed, in gilt and silver finishes.

Eay to use-easy to refil with your Ai
ire loose powder. Sanitary, convenient

Course Tickets on Sale Up to May 11lth

II I

I II

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan