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rRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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O WOMEN'S ORGANI2
PLANS FOR.
OO W. A. A. Offers Opporinity to Earn A
IgeWill Eltertain With Teas
Constance Clark '26, vice-president and Serve Meals t
elect of the Women's League met with
the Honor council at 4:15 o'clockj
Wednesday to discuss the council's Athltic honor points in the W. A.
plans ,for next year. According to A. may be earned during the summer
custom Miss Clark will have charge months by women enrolled in the
of the work for next year, and Dean Summer session. According to Myraj
Amy Hobart will sponsor the organ-: Finsterwald, '27, president, the asso-
ization. ciation will give honor points for ac-
At the beginning of this year the tivities carried on under the supervis-
houscs holding active membership in ion of the physical education instrue-
the Honor council included Caughey, tors or other authorized W. A. A.
Formhals, Hall, Rea, and Reagh managers. Riding, tennis, swimming
houses, chosen on a basis of high and organized hikes will be the prin-
scholastic standing, and co-operation cipal features of the program. A ten-
In campus activities. At the first £11. tout nament xviii be conducted on
meeting, held Oct. 22, the constitu- the same plan as the spring tourna-
tion was accepted as drawn up by ment. Miss Finsterwald, who expectsI
the board of directors. McClinton to attend the Summer session, will
house was dropped from the council. have charge of the activities of the
Dec. 17, as a reult of lack of co-oper- association. The box and pad for
ation at the time of the Women's Lea- recording honor points will remain in
gue bazaar, but soon after Jordan, the corridor of the gymnasium and
Thornton, and Adams houses were ad- all points should be recorded within
mitted to membership. As a result of two weeks after the activity is com-
a questionnaire sent out to the Lea- pleted.

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A TIONS MAKE
SUMMER SESSIONI
tlietic Honor Points; Summer Lea.
; Sororities to Rent Rooms
o Outside Women
of these will be open to outsiders and
members of the sorority, while Kap-
pa Delta house and Alpha Xi Delta
house will be occupied by members
only.
Meals will be served at all thesa,
houses except the following: Delta
Zeta house, Theta Phi Alpha house,
Alpha Epsilon Iota house, Gamma Phi
Beta house, Chi Omega house, and
Alpha Chi Omega house.
Oklahoma Honors
Women Swimmers

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Y. W.C.A. To Send I
Welcome Letters

Letters of welcome with a mimeo-
graphed copy of 'advise will be sent to!
all women entering the University1
next fall by the leadership commis-
sion of the Y. W. C. A.
Ruth Hull, '25, is general chairman
of the commission, Helen Wooten,
'28, is secretary, and Louise Piggott,
'28, is in charge of sending the let-t
terS.
Hints to entering women such as
when the tea rooms will be open,
where to get the frosh bible, that
employment can be arranged for atj
the office of the dean of women, that
they must know their Ann Arbor ad-e
dress and telephone number beforeI
they arrive, that the Y. W. C. A. head-'
iuarters is onen to them with read-
ing room privileges, and that the
t-;.jdprship commission will serve tea
at N;wberry hall every afternoon dur-
ing registration will be included on
the mimeographed sheets.
According to Miss Piggott they are
very interesting and much worth
one's while. "The organization," she
said, "is ready to help any campus ac-
tivity-and that it what they like to
do."

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-_ _-__ Miss Jean HaAmiltonlean of wom-
en. will entertain the Alumnae coon-
Scil at supper on June 11 at her home,
TI 9 Olivia avenue.
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Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of women,
-- xwill entertain in honor of Miss Helen!
Any members of the physical edit- I Bishop at supper tonight at her,
cation classes who failed to take the home. The other guests will be
Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss Mary Ross,
physical examination must do so if hs. Julius Schlautterbech, Miss Eu-;
they want credit in the course. This nice wead, Miss Margaret Elliott,
examination may be taken at 10, 11, Miss Lydia Jones, Miss Fannie Allig-I

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 will be made for
the Senior Play. These may be
obtained at any of the women's
houses and also at Wahr's,
41ater's and Grah~am's book

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or 2 o'clock today in Barbour gym- er, Miss Mary E. Jenkins, Dr. Mar- stores. The sale will end June
garet Bell, Miss Ethel McCormick, 8 on which date all houses
nasium. !Miss Catherine Reighard, Miss Grace( must turn in their unsold tick-
women interested in writing a man-Richards, and Mrs. A. S. Hobart. ets.
uscript for the Junior Girls' play and Sophomore women at the Univer-
who did not attend the meeting Mon-1 t ohmr oe tteUie- _____________________
wday are requeted to callng Iene sity of Illinois -have organized an as-
ield, a7117rtd. All mauscipts sociation called the Gold Feather Moscow, May 28. - Many ruma
must be sent to Irene Field, 140 Col- club, the purpose of which is to build ors are current that Leon Trotzky
lingwood avenue, Detroit, before up interest in the Women's League will be appointed a member of the
( Aug. 28. ;among under classmen, and, as their supreme economic council, where le
motto reads, "to foster activities for! suprem economic cu, xe
the sake of the activity." will be entrusted with the direction
Margaret Dixon, '25, 1205 Hill street,_of the work of the electrical depart-
wishes to notify women students of8 A ment, embracing a scheme for the
the loss of a black leather notebook! London, May 28.--(By A.P.)-Queen 'et mrcn ashm o h
at Palmer field Lantern Night. The Mary Wednesday quietly celebrated electrification of the country, as well
book was especially important as it her 58th birthday. as the management of the council's
contained the annual report ofthe scientific and technical branch.
Women's League. The finder is ask- Subscriber now for The Summer
ed to notify Miss Dixon at once. Michigan Ifaily.-Adv. REAlD THE Cl.ASSIFI[ED ADS

Women swimmers are honored at
the University of Oklahoma with
membership in a club for those who
can make a grade of 80 or above in
tryouts consisting of swimming, div.-
ing and life saving.
The club is called "Duck's club" and'
thue insi ni. of tha L l

gue houses this spring, to ascertain The main function of the Women's
.activities, scholarship, and possibility I League during the summer, according'
of becoming Honor council members, to Rosalea Spaulding, '25, who acted
five more houses were invited to as president during the last Summer,
membership- Nelson, Gorman, Rock, ! session, is that of a hostess.
Swinger, and Mitchell houses. Be-! To get women acquainted with each
sides these houses many others were other, while teas were held at prac.
recommended for consideration next tically all of the larger dormitories,
y y ar. Besty Barbour house, Helen Newber-
Mtfany campus activities were spon- ry residence, Cheever house and Al.

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sored by the Honor council this year,
including the distribution of tickets
for the Pan-H-ellenic ball, Masques'
annual play, andCosmopolitan club's
International Night. Besides its work
In distributing tickets, the council
ronducted a publicity campaign for
the Women's League fancy dress
party, Athletic managers for the var-
.Ious zones were appointed by the
council, the council acting as a link.
between the zones and the W. A. A.

umnae house. One of the largest, a
receptionfor Dean Hamilton, was
held on the terrace of Martha Cook
dormitory.
Norma Bicknell, '26, president of
the Women's League for the com-
ing year, announced that this sum-
mer's program will be similar to that
of last year with some changes.
Thirteen sorority houses have so
far stated that they will be open this
summer during summer school. Ten

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worn on the swimming cuit. Tests for Delta Delta Delta sorority an-
tryouts are designed to show not only nounces the engagement of Thelma
the skill of the swimmer but also her Raymond, '25, of Sault Ste. Marie to
courage when obliged to overcome Archibald Marmon, '24, of Louisville,
obstacles in the water. Ky., a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. <
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During this ong remembered event, when
Syour friends and relatives are your guests
you will want to treat them to the bes;ti
of sweets.
Bring them to the Sugar Bowl, ,where
they are sure to enjoy our pure and
delicious fountain dainties.
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P R E K E T E'S
SUGAR BOWL
109 South Main Phone 21414
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Lest We

Cherish the memory of those of the nation's ed-
fenders who have gone to their great reward. Un-
selfishly they came forward to defend you and I.
They fought and died that our country might live
on in Progress, Prosperity, and Peace.
Cherish their memory WITH FLOWERS. You'll
find many beautiful suggestions at the Ann Arbor
Floral Company. Phone 6215, or stop in.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.

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Decoration Day Needs
A Large Collection of Hats
at
a Great Reduction
POPULAR PRICE HAT SHOP
333 SOUTH MAIN

122 E. Liberty St.

Phone 6215

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As a Token of 71ppreciation
to the
People of Ann Arbor
For their confidence and loyal support
On Saturday, May ,30th, Only
Our Second Birthday

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Fette Handmade

Chinese Rugs will be sold, or

ordered

made in any special size, color or design, at 16% discount
from regular prices. Come and see them, whether or not you
are ready to buy.
Remember, regular prices on Fette rugs have always
been about half what large city stores ask for equal quality.
I don't price high, forcing a part of the people to pay
all of my profit and expenses and then sell picked over or
undesirable stock at cost or less.
I get no undesirable rugs. All are of exquisite qualify
and coloring.
Terms if desired.

Two Hoiery Specials
For Friday Oaly'!
Dexdale full fashioned hose, regularly $1.50
a pair-three pairs for $4.00. Quaker pure
thread silk hose, regularly $2.00 a pair-three
iairs for $5.00: In all the newest shades.
MAIN FLOOR
GOODY EA R'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

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Phone 3155

928 Church St.

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You will see the latest style for every occas-
ion. Authentic in detail, elegant in design
and with just the necessary color to make the
combination pleasing to the eye. This dis-
tinguishes our frocks for every summer occas-
ion.

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