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TUESDAY, MAYf 26, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yaws CHANGES HANDS -e ~iezSET FORJUN I eiirofT E
-~ ea Hmilon (efl o WO- ______In a ard (lose game thejuor
teen, eost eSiceeIb u ntertained the iiewly elected W vone I ill :Bet ill TBallroo ofleael;Il eamdefate tht f tejln t br fthe honor coun~il xwili
liccRssuoie a Seretad ry 11of board of the Women's League and me at 4Uii.1 11 ii)Wi'5o'clock tomorrow at New-l
isohlil I eiiadotvsudyb cr fjberry hall. All women now in the
AscainIeirrepressntativesanou going Function 11 to 10. The game was a tie at the Honor council houses andl planning
offeicer oft herleague, at 3s i vi ast c n l of te thir inning but the pn- to return next year are urged to at-
WILL GO TO NEW' YORK;eehl mn,93Oii PLAY TO BE PR ESEN IIED , .5ltewnnn ~on h tend.
street. Besides the league officers l____gidthwnnnpin._h

Athena members will 'join in a pie- year will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow
nic tonight in place of the regular 4 in Baboukr gymnasium,
meeting. All ,t hose intending to go
should meet at 5 :15 o'clock in thei All W. A. A. snort managers are
Athena room. Each member is also requested to "turn in their annual re-
requestedl to bring 30 cents. Mem-° ports to Marianna Smalley before the
hors are urged to be present as eec- end of the week.
tion of officers for next year will be4
held at this time. In case of rain the All committee chairmen of the
picnic will be held in the room. lIYX oshman pageant wil meet at 4 o'-
-~ clock today at Barbour gymnasium.
A meeting of the Junior play comn-
inittee chairmen will be held at 3 o'-I Honolulu, Hawaii, May 25. - The
clock todiay in B~arbour gymnasium, combined Atlantic and Pacific fleets
have concluded torpedo practice off
Women interested .in writing mu.., the island of Maui and are expected.
is for the Junior Girls' play for next to arrive in Honolulu Friday.

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Miss Ruth Deemer, associate secre- ~1s m oat isGaeM Senior womien will hold their an- , 15WV i flov ohmr
tary of the student branch of the1 Richards and Miss Margaret Buffing-'nual breakfast at 8:45 o'clock Thrurs- ~tuo
Yon oa' hita soi-ton weie guests. day morning, Juno 11, in the ballroom Bar'low P Allshouse
"It is 1becoming an annual ee ",ofth.icignUnion.Spciltra- Doster I
Ho iltk h lc r~is ystated Miss Hamilton, "for ,thete Mchiannpecalorn1L'Foste
Floss as secretary next fall. Miss th;e ditionalf features will take lplace dlur- OJor llFstr
IRoss is leaving to attend the Union of Women to entertain the old and in the breakfast, andf toasts wil Good 11 Felske
Theologica~l Seminary andl ColumbiaI new boards of the Women's Leaguei form ani add~itionahl part of th po-Clotz le 313 Crainer
University in New York, where she1 immediately after the election of the graini Burke RIP Sturos,
will take graduate work. neAor.sh upoeo h u-I. an innovation this year, the an- , .Ai "Mrtn
Miss Deemer is a grdaeo ph er, acording to Miss Hamilton, is to ,talSnirGil'e-l x ilii CF Johnson
provide an informal occasion for dis- j 1Ic'thiulr SS Finsterwalci
University of Michigan, '22, with her; sented at the Union following the; h 1aa ftegm wr sfl
freshman. year at the John B. Stetson cu n h oiis ftels er breakfast. Formerly the two affisi
i and to mnake coninuity ibetween the ns ntewlwh mae2rs,
University at De Land, Florida. Af-!toyas were held separately. Another de w: i era! h ad rn
ter her graduation, Miss Deemer took parture from the usual custom is that 115 otr2rus is at
- course in the National 'theological ' in guests piresent.-were : Normate ayiCobeoeat nta. o(tt, 3 runs, 3 hits; Ogborn 2 runs,
SeiayoBh .W .A nNwlicknell, '26; Constance C'lark, 26;theacs hits.
York, where she studied to become a Eiaeh arot'2;Jn y "Aria da Capo" an allegorical play Ti AlhEplo Itaea wn
sertr.'27; Hannah Fitch; '27; Elizabeth by Adna St. Vincent Itlilliy lis been ifr on Kappa Kappa Gammna by a scorel
At hlartford, Conn., MiBleme arrietd '26; Anne Seeley, '26; seetdb(h oe.Ms tne of 12 to 10. The Kappa. Kappa Gaminai
was membership secretary of the Y. rre Abbot, '27; Evelyn Murray,! Lowve is in charge of the production nine were leading at the end of the
V.C. A. for two years, and during 1'27; Elizabeth Nutt, '28; Marian which promises to be one of the most third inning but the medical soror-'
that time .she also did religious andl Welles, '28; Gertrude Bailey.,'27; fanciful and picturesque ever given sty pulled ahead during the last two.!
Dourothywok. Ma~lison, '27; Lorettas on the campus. ,Star's for Alpha Epsilon Iota werel
Last year she came to Michigan, Coroper, '26; Maraen io,'5 Admission to the breakfast will be hitlHs,'2M n lzbt
where she has been taking grdaeDrty McFrae, '26; Matr- $1.00 and no additional charge will be Ilagley, "2"rM. On the opposing team
work towards her M. A. degree asgartEfne,'6 uhRni,'G made for the play, Tickets have hbeen t i su playing of Alice Allen, '2 , Eliza-!
welas her associate work at Newv- Ethel Schraeder, '25; Helen Brown, plcdobsl i hexoeishue eth lRanek, '25, and Frances Gors-
bryal.'25; Margaret Nichols. '27; Katherine a~ a lob itieia ars line, '26i, was notable.
Next; summer she is planning to at-1 ela, '27; Mary White, '28; Doiro- Graham's, and Slater's book stores.p Dla(efae heota
tend a Y. W. C. A. conference at Sil tyCin,'6;Mre a sebu- The committee in charge of thoi ~b'a11 oe he outla
ver Bay, N. Y. in June. to study atI gen, '26; and Vera Wallington, '26. fiinldes the following Senior wo-' led at first b~ut in the third inning the
the conference for Bible study at men: Pl y om tt c Olv M(Ki alla D t s m d 10 r n. a-
Saugatuck, Mich., and later to attend IPotifins Open~ general chairman, fleatayVWagner -;Liret McNaly, '7, Evelyn Ogborn.
the Geneva conference. I assistant chairman, Merle Parks, E .Ante-,'pp ~et ea n
Miss Deemer's home is in F+reniont, Ait Reserve Cinp; na Kadow, Geraldine Truscott,
Ohio.; I Louise Pletka and Elizabeth Hayes.' helen grown, chairman, Alice Powell,
-Among the many pleasant positions The breakfast committee includes and June Kingsley Simpson.
Announcement has been made of for summer work are places as coun-
the engagement of Gertrude Ottrnor,I cilors at girl's camps. Twvo such po- I1
'25 and Ilarweis Manwaring. Mis sitions are now open at the Girl Re-
Ottiner is a member' of Alpha Gain-! serve camp at Cavanaugh Lake.
ma. Delta and Manwaring a member, One of the positions is in swimmning
of Chi Phi fraternity, and the other in handcraft and natureI
___________ study. The camp 'is uinder the direc-!
A short meeting of the Wyvern so-1i tion of Mrs. Roy 13. Hull and those in-I
ciety will lbe held at 7:30 o'clock to- terestedl must see Mrs. Hull at the
night at the Kappa Kappa Gamma local Y. W. C. A. by Wednesday at r
lonuse. the latest.

The Portia picnic planned for this
afternoon has been definitely cancell-
ed.
Frances Kennedy and Helen Searight
'27, on the outlaw team were the out-
standing players.

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