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T~tMJSD'AY, MA"? 28, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IAjfFagotinghlQTrimsT Societies Hold 1RlMIfl IJ Pagaent
M R 9 IGraduation Gown LIJ UU~IIISlLU Annual Elections NNOVNCE WIILI Shows
' Thoug a. ecet suveyto se dntElizbet Struss vic-Prsi- Moa than 60 women participated not the lest s
;xrr .4*,, c\ etlly' Cptin, Pre~entc4I . which type ot position is avored bydet Margaret Effienger, '26; scre" in the all-class track meet held yes'the freshman
i~ryoug wmengrduaes roms taol Evelyn Murray, '27; treasurer terday at Palmer field. This kind of
S lver Loving Cup by Xix. ;yugwme'rdaesfo ' ol 'met of fhe g
Mazrgaret Ball I fjoraisCtha fudartt Harrison, 26; and member a meet s an innovation at Michigan the counel lor
t,,:go our beomei a on that most( tlre Margaret Lord, '27. The res-, but in the opinion of the physical edu- ia eot
28HO SS O PE Easpire t eoe reporters. This ignation of Prof. J. R. Nelson as di- cation staff was a decidedl success ~ e
workisOeceSErSinCllthefiv rector of Dlasques was accepted at i 'he 50vyar dash was won by Etruria Ao rd
~rafields of journalistic work for women; tha meeting. Doster, '27 is lcIn iltAnorCBinrthe r
$Kappa Deta won the intramural i , that have been discussed in the late 27, second, Lydia. Kahn.'2" third andfoon e st
Si :>";;.,;,,%;iissues of the Daily. These include Tit imhnrr oraitchlnGreig 2, 2,froesms
'baseball champion title in the final : ".} ,. magazinesea Simaeonorryijurna istc1HlnGreig 2,fourth place. Oi afU
gaeplyd yetrdy a Plei' 1Vptpersma anc e r.sng:Focieth eety held elections at j In the low hurdles, Irene Field anti drawn from led
Field. Kappa Delta held a scre of ubiitantreis eores{h whichth following women were Aln nwrh '8 o is n fourth from d
r , , , ;" :."lowing positions a eotr h elected: President, Helen Ramsay, second places, the winning time, 10 oetidwr
,12 against the of the opposing; . n tidwr
ctearn, Alpha 'Epsilon Iota. Dr. Mar-,kt work desired was that as editorial 26; vice-president, Elizabeth McDow- I seconds. Lydia Kahn, Gladys East. o Every one of
garet Bll of te physcal eduation ~assistants, advertising copy writers, eli, '26. secretary Maruerite Dutton. cott, '26, Norma Barlow, '26. and Gladys e aesm
departent, pesente Margaet Mccopy editors, feature page editors, c'26, and treasurer, Marie Reed '26. Appelt, 28, won the four first places t h aen
Nalp2,cpano h inn emj ~, ... ~ Iublciity kirectors sales promotion; in the running broad jump. In the tmecsofcm
~with the silver loving cup which; wo"k,'telegraph dtrhueoga Irene Meld, 27 president of Wyven rnig hg up E ra Dse committees; 2
was wonlast yar by etsy larboureditors, editorial and secretarial work honorary society recently announced starred, and Vera Johnson, 28, Mryprte~
was on, ast ear y Besy arbor , l; oraropetie
tHouse. This game closed the intra-, >f: j "<..;:E obieanid proof readers. ber executive committee to be as fol- Jo Bunting, '27, Norma Barlow, anti agents; presen
murl bseallsesonfo ths ear .The majority of demands from em- lows: Ruth Kahn, chairman; assist- Gladys Appelt tied for last places. tories, ooii
LI. ~loers comes from editors of papers ants: Lucille Walsh, Dorothy Cur- Javelin throwing was featured by Ponsfrt
havinganventy listofc2ulouseon4fof.from three to re aritAbbot and Catherinetem.Teln-p eea olw:hvn iclto fnHritNomia Barlow,~4 feet 3 i)chs, and al chairman, 4
;s :.:.:;;:$::I II.I five thousand. This may indicate Kelder. Alicle Ieauote, 2 . WinnaDoser f hamnedip0
McNally, Margaret '27, p ........3 2 thttelrePapr onthv
Ogborn, Evelyn '28, c.........1 to look for assistants, ut it has been Athena recently elected the follow- first places in discus throwing were +~ rm'~
.~izbth'2,21....11 :~;found that these smaller papers are ing officers for next year: PresidentFEtrurialDoster, Mady Lawton, '2, refnec
Russell, Eiaet 2, b11'2,I~rr
Cole, Margaret '28, cf............ 1: r;:> ,t. :>*>: the means by which young journalists Dorothy Cline, '26; vice-president, Fli'orence Foster, 28, and Gladys Al- committee rece
'LlemnEiaeh'53blaseueteexperience usually de-' Norma Clark, 26; secretary, Norma pelt. the whole class
Deittera , ifbeth"'2: i;;':. m andecure the metropolitan pprjGreen, 28; treasurer, Laura Osgood. freshmen wome
ebitt, DVrstay '2, If..........2 1 mAsnandedr byreotnghs'2;Prlaetain Edna iegler, '27, year were elected. Elizabeth Van1 the field contr
WaloDorth '2, s....... 2 ~its drabacks The repoter may be; and oraorica oard represnatve Vauikenbiu'gl, 26, was elected Presi- W A. A prog
; lrk oma'6 r ... ,. 2sent out on any kind of assignment at Florence Polleck, 26. dent; Margaret. Hencke, '26, vice- during supper.
( any time. I president; Evlyn Murray, '27, ,treas-
11 12: The fascinating character of jour-' At a recent meeting of Portia Lit urer; Celistany Smith '28, secretary;
nalistic work offsets all drawbacks,ery society, officers for the nextI Miriam Olden, '26, oratorical deleg-
Mcpa slur o oa 26II . . .1 according to those who have engagedI ate; and Marion Good, 26, parlimen-
Conlisn G'ieY6-l.... in suchm occupations. It is constant- field an excellent one for women who taran.
Woete7hse'5 b... y changing, each day bringing new' desire interesting work.- -
Hiss, Christel '27, p...........1- experiences and new contacts. The This article concludes the series on Senior society will meet at 4 o'clock
Mueler, ehn '27 lbprejudice against women journalists Journalism for Women appearing in today at Barbour gymnasium.
'Bagley, Elizabeth '2, c ........1 By MM.LIBTIis steadily decreasing making the the Daily.
,'Bok ent 2,3 ...,.A simple, pretty graduating dress wed? f igts -- 50c to 32.50
BlcBria'6 b.......that niay be worn for "best" after the l G Mat. - 50C t to 51.00
aHunter, Bess '28, f Ts at. M'at.y - soyAmerka
KediDrs'6 s....11great occasiopm is usuially the most h iacle PloLmeic
- practical to make or buy. It is
kF e d i , D r s 2" " ",,,"6 3 fashioned of crepe canton in a deli- I ' A l rs r sR o e 9'
j; cate apple green color. The fagoting 0 Io u ! .ti / o mi e ETWE
Baai;JvMy2. h'tainI with which it is trimmedsmtb SEATS NOW FOR THIS AND ETWE
Uaviator, Commander de Pinedo, ar-1 rather an oldo-fashioned way of trim-
rivedheretodayfromSingaore n ning a. dress, but it is effective never-{
i iis figt ro' tay to Australia. ; hI es
Paisfltfrom Ialy Adveriser's - It Suibsriber now for The Summer an e lthe n a n
11 pays.-Adv. Mlichigan Daily.-Ad1v. I the home folks. see that yon Maet M asr
11it tLook Your liet! IR SUEK TiS

Report,

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Increased
Is Of Women

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tion of interest was
score in the success of
Pageant is the judg-
eneral committee and
sin considerin g their!
)ne hundred eighty-two'
ligible, all having one
with marks not less
"emainder of their work
er.
he participants wereI
ague houses, about one!
lormitories, and aboutj
sorority women.
fthe 182 eligible wom-1
edefinite contribution
:98 women comprised!
aracters; 49 served on

SENIOR. WOMEN ATTENTION
Tickets for the Senior Break-
fast which is to be held at 8:45
o'clock Thursday, .June 11, in
the Union ball room are now on
sale. Tickets are $1.00 and no'
extra, charge wvill be made for
the Senior Play. These may be
obtained at any of the women's
houses and also at Waher's,
Slater's and Graham's boo0k
stores. The sale will endi June
8, on which date all houses
must turn in their unsold tick-
ets.

Michigan Alumna
Aids League Fund

I1 contributed posters
21 served as publicity
ting stunts at dormi-
es, and league houses.
, Pageant are: Gener-1
temporary; committee'
temporary; committee
rparticipants, 1 tem-I
-operation which tha
Aved wan attested by
swhen' for the Oirst time
yn took their places on.
ributing a stunt to the
ram for entertainment

An interesting project in connec-
tion with the "Women's League Build-
ing and Endowment Fund is being
initiated. by one of Michigan's alum-
nae, Miss Pearl MacDonald, '98, of
the Green Tree' Inn. Miss MacDon-
ald is offering, at most reasonable
rates, a great variety of women's silk
underwear, commission on which she
is donating to thie League fund. She
may be seen at the Green Tree Inn,
and arrangements have been made
for her to show. her,' goods at the
sorority houses.
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D AINTY new, frocks of
all over lace,. floral geor-
gette., tub silk and printed crepe
have just arrived. Sizes and
becoming styles fojr every wom-
an. $15.00.
SECOND FLOOR
GOODYLAR'S

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Lunches
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Sandwiches

Your persognal charm can be
accentuated by the beauty Wvrk
of our experts.
BENTLEY'S
BEAUTY SHOPPE

t Combining
Comfort
and.
Style
HELEN G. CHURCH
CGORSET'IER E
Phone 4882 for Appointment
NICKELS ARCADE

124 SOUTH MAIN

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~ The' Smartest ofMoesf
rk dRmember the last days of this college term pleas-
Y . }antly---a smnart hat helps ,to make them so! And
'~j~ ~a ~just arimved from New York are hundreds of smart
~ ~hats-per t little felts in white and colors-some .
gaily painted!. Bankoks-those popular straw, hats ;
.#Y ~of air lightness! Pretty silk and velvet hats in": 1.
2 k summer colors-lovely Leghorn hats and: white
straiks! All arrayed here for your selection at this
. , t popular price-$ 5.00. }14
Felt Bankok ii
4. Leghorn
SiltyStraw
: r ~(MACK'S SECOND FLOOR) .

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COMFORT ASSURANCE

In Design
In Mater

In Color
rial

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And .besides at attractive prices. That's whaty
procure here in the line of summer frocks. Everyt]
sport to dress-and in afternoon and evening wear.

you may
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