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F'RTTAY, MAY 15, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1RENE FIELD NAMEDURGE H OUSES TO ATTEND
CHAIRMAN OF pLAY'LANTERN NIGT SUP PER'
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All organized houses for women are
Junior Advisor To Be Appointed By r
on T uesday night in order t0 at tendi
Women's League, According To in a body the picnic supper which
Decision w.ill be held on the hill in Palmer
I field preceding the Lantern Night'
FIVE OTHERS SELECTED ceremony. A large number of league
houses, dormitories and sororities]
Irene Field was elected chairman have already signified their intention
to substitute the picnic baskets for I
of next year's Junior Girls' Play at their regular dinner. Any women,
a meeting of sophomore women held whose houses are not expecting to
yesterday afternoon at Barbour gym- provide lunches may obtain lunch
nasium. Norma Bicknell, '26, chair- boxes at the field by calling Irene'
man of the recent Junior Girls' Play, Field, 7117, by Monday noon. The
presided at the meeting. i boxes will contain sandwiches, fruit,t
The following women were among pickles and cake or cookies, and will
the five who received the highest r ya riced at anproximately 35 cents.
-number of votes, and will constitute Coffee or punch will be served at the
the rest of the Junior Girls' Play field-house. The picnic will begin at
committee for next year: Jean Kyer, 5:30 o'clock and during the meal
Carolyn Paul, .Helen Reece, and Nor- Michigan songs will be sung and a
ma Snell. number of stunts presented.
The class voted to have next year's ( Winning posters in the poster con-
junior advisor appointed by the Wo- tests for the freshman pageant and
men's League instead of being elected for the W. A. A. activities of Lantern
by the women of the junior class. Night and field day will be placed on
display today in the window of
Pi LambdaT-t"War's bookstore where they will
remain until Tuesday. At that time
Elects Officers they will be taken to Palmer field-
house. After the ceremony the
owners may take them home. The
Officers for next year were elected winning freshman poster made by
at the meeting of Pi Lambda Theta, Gertrude Foster, will be used as a
held Tuesday night at the Fireplace. cover design for the Lantern Night
They are as follows; Doris Glines, program. Another feature of the
'26, president; Lucille Henne, '26, publicity campaign is the slide which
vice-president; Genevieve Hall, '26, is being run at the Majestic theater
recording secretary; Dorothy Kiefer, } this week.
'26, corresponding secretary; Gerald-
ine Knight, '26, treasurer; Frances Patronize Daily Advertisers - it
Hinkley, '26, keeper of records. pays.-Adv.
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Wyvern Selects
Ten New Members;
Ten new members have been se-
lected from the present sophomore
class as new members of Wyvern,
junior honor society. They are: Iar-
riet Abbot, Gertrude Bailey, Dorothy
Currie, Hanah Fitch, Irene Field,
Ruth Kahn, Katherine Kelder, Jean
Kyar, Minerva Miller, and Lucille
Walsh.-
Initiation for the new members was
held yesterday afternoon at Helen
INewberry residence and the active
members entertained the alumnae.'
The new members will oganize im-
mediately and the officers will be an-
nounced soon.
At least 12 more members will be
elected during the fall of next semes-
ter.
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Addresses Club
On PlaVrnund

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Iota Sigma Pi will hold an import-Z ing School will join in a dance which
ant business meeting at 4:45 o'clocklis to be held at 9 o'clock tonight in
today in the library of Martha Cook Barbour gymnasium. Chaperones
building. I will be Dr. Carl E. Badgley and Mrs.
Badgley, Dr. Theodore I. Bauer and
Second rounds in tennis must be Mrs. Bauer, and Miss Alice Lake.

System Of Detroit I I2
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C. E. Brewer, of the recreation com-t U
mission of Detroit, addressed the So- Members of the University Girls
vial Service club at their meeting held; Glee club. and "Freshman Girls' Glee l
AWednesday evening at the Theta Phi club, who are planning to attend the
Alpha house. spring formal must bring their fee ofI
Mr. Brewer spoke on "The Organ- $2.50 to the next meeting of the Glee;
ization of the Detroit Department of club.
RTecreation." He outlined the organ-
ization of the Detrot system and ed 1y Mr. Brewer. Some of thet
spoke in brief of the functions of the qualifications and duties were: coachr
playground to the city and to the in- policeman, teacher, doctord, irector,
dividuai -- the benefit derived being counsellor, guide.
about equally divided betwcen the two.
The versatile qualities necessary to
a successful play leader were discuss-
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played off today or tomorrow. The
courts will be open all day both days i Closing the series of Women's
and until 8 o'clock at night. League parties of the year, a picnic
4 i at Whitmore Lake was held yesterday
Important meeting of the Freshman at which there were more than 180
and the University Girls' Glee clubs women. The annual outdoor party
at 5 o'clock today at the School of was scored a success due to the ef-
Music building. All who are plan- forts of Elizabeth McDowell, '26, who
ning to attend the dance should at- has been in charge of all the League
tend the meeting and any who have parties of the year. Supper was
not yet paid should do so at this time. I served at Burke's picnic grounds and
two trucks were furnished by the
All members of the Nurses' Train- League for transportation.

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