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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

9TTT-InA'Y_ VA'V 24_ 1425

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LEAGUE TO START
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Last Week In School Year

Committee Chairmen Named by
League President to Carry
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PLAN PRIVATE OFFICE

At a meeting of the Board of Di-1
iectors of the Women's league yester- ; 1
day morning the house organization
chairman announced her decision to
ask the women on her committee to
return early enough in the fall to be-I
gin the house organization work be-
fore the school year actually begins.
According to Norma Bicknell, presi- i
dent of the League, it is hoped these'
4 women will be able to begin this
work 10 days earlier than usual. "We
will select the girls on this commit-;
tee for their ability to meet other
girls as well as for their personality," :
M iss Bicknell added.;
The president announced the fol--
lowing chairmen of various commit-
tees for next year: Elizabeth Black-(
wood, '26, chairman of undergraduate I 1 y
league campaign fund; Margaret
Nichols, '27, undergraduate member- ;
0,, ip committee; Katherine Keldar,
27, chairman of social committee;
Mar White, '28, assistant to social !.
chairman; Dorothy Cline, '20, chair-
man of house organization; Marie
Van Ozenbruggen, '26, chairman of! "
vocational guidance. Vera Walling- 1
ton, '26, was appointed as under-
graduate secretary of the League. i<,
Although nothing definite had been
decided, Miss Bicknell stated that1
plans are being discussed whereby it.
will be possible. for the Women's;By 13E. LISBET11
League to have an office by itself Ensemble has for many years sig-
next year. nified harmony in design, color an(:
Concerning the bazaar for next s
year Miss Bicknell commented: "We taste, in the entire costume of women.
hope to get some novelites for next This season the word is a kind of,
year's bazaar and included among slogan presenting the popular ver-
them will be a feature by the sopho- sion'of an old idea-the three-piece
,nmore women. We also hope to ar- gown. The year's first ensemble was
range matters so that there can be a built of a frock in some soft fabric-
certain amount of ball room dancing silk, crepe, voile, chiffon-with a-wrap
in order to attract. men as well as lined with the dress material. The
women. The object in giving the fea- result was practical and charming.
ture work to sophomores is to give It gave one a complete costume and
'the sophomore women more work in the coat or cape was a comfortable
campus activities which they have accessory. The idea has been de-
not had heretofore." I!veloped in countless ways and in asj
I many materials as the season offers.
Alpha Chi Omega sorority is plan- The ensemble pictured today is a
Ding a house party at Portage lake simple model of gray kasha. It has
from June 8 to 12. a straightline three-quarter length

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OPPORTUNITY 1 "O Brings Rush In Activities'
The last frantic week end before iing held Wednesday afternoon at '
Magazine writing, including that examinations brings a rush in every Wesley hall. The convention will be
on trade journals, special periodicals,' 1 held the week of June 18 i the Ozark
religious papers, and farm journals, kind of cam pus activity. Last week monas.c
rthe initiations of Michigamua, Sphinx a
offers a greater variety of positions Ia
rs w gtanr varty o ps s and Triangles, together with the an- Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained fo
for women than any other journalis- nouncement of the elections to Mor- with a formal dinner for several of
tie field. Editorial assistantships tarboard and Senior societies kept up the mothers, who are visiting during r
and department editorships are u-, the interest of the first part of the the May Festival, and to honor Mrs,
ually filled by women, giving them week, while toward the end the Sen- Schemm, a former chaperone of the w?
experience in the editing field as well for Ball, Senior Banquet and Fresh- chapter, Friday evening. The patron- S
as in reportorial work. man Party were the chief centers of esses of the chapter were also pres Y
The work for women on these mag- Iattraction. ent. s
azines is usually on the woman's
page, the make-up of which is left to An informal spring party was heldI A delightful dinner dance was given
the individuality of the editor. This at the Alpha Phi house Friday eve- by Kappa Alpha Theta Saturday, May g
gives her the opportunity of using nig pigfoeswr sda 23. Dinner was served at small tables O
her own ideas ine the conten ning. Spring flowers were used as which held centerpieces of spring fl
herownides mdeciding t econ decorations. ows.M.J..WaeanM.a
of the page. Therefore the require- dflowers. Mrs. J. J. Walser, and Mr. at
inents for this work include not only I The members of Alpha Phi held a and Mrs. John S. Worley, and Mr. and Ikti
journalistic skill but knowledge of house party Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. E. E. Wieman chaperoned the c
news values in home economics. Cavanaugh lake. ! party. s
Preparing copy for publication, Kaa
finding news in letters and reports, Theta Phi Alpha held a spring for- Kappa Phi held its annual elections t
writing book reviews, reading proof, f mal last evening. Lilacs androses wrecentlyeand th fong offi-er
and ditng re sualy he utis o were used to c(arry out the prvll were elected: Ruth Carson, '26, pres- fc
and editing are usually the duties opre ident; Sarita Davis, '27, vice-presi- t
wvoman workers on religious papers. ing color scheme. The chaperones
in trade journals the work consists were Mrs. Mary Zang and Mr. and Inez McCormick, '26, recording secre; s
of acting as editorial assistants, re- Mrs. Fredarick Ensminger. r F n z Mclorick '26 , cor sser- f
')otin, witig fatuesmakng The out of town guests were Fran- tary; Maleline Lelend, '26, correspon- f,
porting, writing features, aking ces O'Reilly Detroit, and Lucille ding secretary. These officers will bea
hotographs, and heading copy. Po roy, Grand Rapids. installe the last Sunday of the school
sitions for women on general maga- year at the annual senior breakfast. c
ines correspond closely to that on Miss Geraldine Howard of Spokane,~~~
special journals. CWash., announced her em1gagement t At the election held recently for of-
Women who engage in this kind of Loris Henry, '25M, at a luncheon giv- ficers of the Symphonic League for -
vork find it necessary to have some en ay 16 The wedding will take the coming year, the following were
unowledge of mechanical make-up place in June. Mr. Henry is a mem- elected: Lalah VanSickle, president;
Mnd business methods. ber of Phi Delta Theta. Helen Laraway, vice-president; Alice
__________I Shea. secretary; Marjorie, Newell,
been made of;treasurer; Lucille Graham, social
Kappa Delia Wins A"nouncement has b'nmd fcara.Te fiesaealSho
the marriage of Martha M. Schneider, chairman. The officers are all School
Baseball Game '25, Kappa Alpha Theta, to Max Van of Music students.
SSandt, '26, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Delta Zeta held initiation recently.
Kappa Delta was victorious over h'Xi Delta will hold spring i- The following women were taken
Alpha Chi Omega in the intra-mural itiation Sunday morning at 7 o'clock into the sorority: Emmy Lou Rae,
)aseball game played yesterday at followed by breakfast at the chapter '27, Ann Arbor, Dorothy McNeill, '26.
?almer field. The excellent playing house. The initiates are Evelyn Ann Arbor, Florence Pollock, '26, Ann
of Margaret McNally '27, pitcher, Pfaehler, '26, and Gwendolyn Charles, Arbor Alice Fortier '27, Powers, Mich.
evelyn Ogborn '28, catcher and Dor- '26, Detroit, Edith Barber, '26, New and Norda Beutler, '27, Detroit.
)thy Ogborn '26, first base, gave the York and Elaine Wassink, '27, Sun-!
xinners a score of 19 to 0. field. Announcement was made Saturday
The Outlaw team defeated Delta of the engagement of Florence Louise
Delta Delta with a score of 10 to 5. Ruth Carson, '26, recently elected Probst '26 of Ann Arbor to Leonard
The teams were evenly matched with president of Kappa Phi sorority for Hughes Jones of Wallasey, England.
Margaret Purdy '27 pitcher, starring next year, was named as delegate to Mr. Jones graduated from Oxford uni-
or the winners and Norma Barlow the national convention at the meet- versity in 1914,
'26 pitcher, the outstanding player
for the Delta Delta Deltas.
At 4 o'clock on Monday Kappa
Kappa Gamma evil meet Alpha Epsi-
lon Iota, and Kappa Delta will play
the Outlaws in the semi-finals. Mary!
Allshous '27 and Leona Weniger '25
will be umpires. These games will
determine the teams to play in the
[inals on Wednesday.

Yvette Steps Out! NOTICES
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Yvette was awfully glad that the The following people entered in the
in she had tosed between study tennis tournament must play off their
nd the May Festival had flipped up'i matches by Monday night: Olive
! Fast., 8817 vs. Katherine Kocher, 7817;
r the concert, because if she hadn't lHelen Kocher, 22346; Helen Edwards,
one she would have missed Law- 21616 vs. Norda J3eutler; Mary Alls-
ende Tibbet's delightful smile, and house, 3597 vs. Helen Geberding,
hat was even more vital in Yvette's 4624; and hIclun best 3018 vs. Norma
orld of style she would never have " Barlow.
een the woman in the grey wrap. If unable to play, these women
vette thought that she htd never should notify Olga Verdelin, 6816, or
een anything more exquisite. The Miss Guiot at the gymnasium. The
vrap was made of the softest silver winners of these matches will play
'rap wash madeofthe so testiver nTuesday so that the finals can be
rey chiffon, so light it reminded one played off on Wednesday.
f a fluffy grey rain cloud. The coat y
ared a tiny bit at the bottom and All freshman and sophomore women
long the hem was a deep border of ll treha a so amo on
.he eaterist cincill, tht bend'will take a physical examination on
e featheriest chinchilla, that blend- May 27 and 28 at their regular class
d unnoticeably with the chiffon's hours. No credit in the course will
ilver. A thin scarf collar was flung be given without this examination.
cross the throat and caught with
Lhe smallest dull metallic gardenia. I h ira l m
A very delicate pinky orchid chif- ; r.ss baebwll eayed
on evening gown worn with the wrap &(n'io ' tisphonioresi alner fied
at 5ocok oorw nPlerfed
urned the silver into a very faint
orchid as the color of the dress
howed faintly through the light chif- rhinestone buckles finzi .hed the love
on of the coat. The gown was long, ly costume, and made it one of th
and very plain, with a simple jabot most stunning creations Yvette hat
collar, and very small godets set ever seen.
lose together along the hem.
Silver chiffon hose and silver bro- R i t W t A d
ade colonial slippers with immense L ','. W ant " I

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:oat and a simple little frock whose
only trimining is a pleated knee frill
)f pink, blue gray and yellow.
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Now is the time when omaia. I
kind plans to look her best. I
The desire of every fashion- I

"famed for
freshness"

Candies

loving woman is
clothes be marked
thnction. We give
distinction.

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These warm days
Try oar
Chocolate Covered hints
75c lb.
A delightful sweet
for the after dinner

New White Hats
Numerous smart shapes of
ribbon, felt, milan straw and
bangkok take ribbons, rhine-
stone animal pins or self ma-
terial for trimmings. $5.00 to
$15.00:
SECOND FLOOR
GOOYEAR'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

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222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 4882

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Karess, Fiancee, Hudnut, Houbigant or Coty's toilet
powders are most popular at this season of the year. Each
has a faint yet delightfully fragrant odor that is sure to
please.

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WAY OF HANDLING FUNDS WHEN TRAVELING, EITHER
HERE OR ABROAD. THEY ASSURE A PERSONAL INTRO-

LETTERS OF CREDIT

ARE A SAFE AND CONVENIENT

DUCTION TO THE MANY

BANKS

ABROAD, AND THE

HOLDER THE MOST COURTEOUS

TREATMENT.

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