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All women interested in attending
t be 'summer conference of the Y. W.
C. A. at Lake Geneva, Wis., will meet
from 5 until 5:30 o'clock Monday at
Newberry hall.
At this meeting a delegation chair-!
man will be chosen and plans will, be
made for the trip. Thirteen delegates
have already registered, and there are
flue more places which will be fill-
ed next week. It is still possible to

Announce Senior Play Cast
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T fl rilenn TTrey There will be a baseball game be- The world's highest jump record for
l[|[ J e e o r e ,tween the sophomores and juniors at women was broken recently in a
U Eresults Announced5 o'clock this afternoon at Palmer track meet at the Oklahoma A. and M.
field. It is necessary that all mem- college. Miss Ophelia Simms clear-
CHOS N nihers of the squads be there since this ed the bar at 4 feet and 9 inches. The
Finals in the class tennis tourna- game determines the class champion- world's record was two inches below
ments have resulted in the champ- ship. her mark.
Announcement has been made by ionship of Olga Verdelin for the sen-
Miss Germaine Guiot, coach, of the
myth'ical all-star team in interciass ors, Pauline Bridgeman for the jun- I
baseball. Nine women have been iors, Margaret Berz for the sopho-
chosen from the class teams as fol- mores, and Louise Briggs for the
lows: Olga, Verdelin, '25, captain and freshmen. The interclass champion-
first base. Jean Kyer, '27, pitcher,!s wi h decided next week. Run-
Helen Beaumont, '28, catcher Norma ners-up in the tournament are Kath-
Barlow, '26, second base, Gretta Mae erine Kocker, '25, Helen Best, '26,
Adams, '25, shortstop, Aelaide Helen Edwards, '27, and Charlotte I
Sherer, '25, third base, Dorothy Og- Fralick, '28.
born, '26, left field, Gladys Appelt, The total entries in the tournament
'2, center field, Eunice Child, '28, were 76 of whom 20 were seniors, 14
right field. juniors, 17 sophomores, and 25 fresh-
Senior women who have pillows
that they no longer need, are request- Des Moines, Ia., May 29.-Smoking
ed to bring them over to Newberry on the camipus of Des Moines univcr- 4 NO
hall for use in decorating the par- sity was condemend by the interfra- D
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apply for a place, for there is a wait-
ing line to take care of any vacan-
Those who have signed up are:
Miss Ruth Deemer, associate secre-
tary of the student Y. W. C. A., Kath-
ryn Wilson, '26, Marjorie Matthews,
'26, Helen Edwards '27, Anna Arnold,
'27, Sarita Davis, '26 Anna Louise
Buck, '26, Katharine Wilcox, Mar-
guerite Dutton, '26, Helen Hebauf,
'26, and two students from the nurses
training school.
The-conference is being held under
tho auspices of the national student
committee of the Y. W. C. A. from
Aug, 21 to 31. Some of the things
which are going to ba discussed are:
life work for women, race, industrial,
church, and rural relationships, men-
me-al insincerity, prayer, science, and
The leaders have not definitely ac.
cetted, but Miss Helen Bennett, Rab-
bi Mann, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt
are among those expected. Dr. Ray-
inond Brooks of Pomona, and Mr.
Paul Hutchinson, managing editor of
the "Christian Century" will be there
The conference theme is the nation-
al objective of the Y. W. C. A.; "We
unite in the determination to live un-
reservedly Jesus' law of love in ev-
ery relationship and so to know God."
The charge for room and board will(
be nominal, and the registration feel
is $8.00. A physician and nurse will
he in attendance, with no charge for,
their services except to cover the cost
of themedicine used. Each delegate
is askedv to secure a health certificate
blank which will be sent to each as-
sociation, have it filled out by a phys-
ician and bring it with her to the




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As the last production of the women General direction of the plays is in
of the senior class, "Aria da Capo" charge of Mrs. Stanley Lowe, fromer-
will be presented by senior women ly Bernice Jones, '18, who has had
immediately following the Senior considerable experience in the coach-
breakfast to be held at 8:45 o'clock' ing of dramatic productions both in
Thursday, June 11., in the Union ball Michigan and in New Hampshire
room. The cast has been announced since her graduation.
as follows: Pierrot, Florence Nei-! According to Mrs. Lowe, the play
son; Columbine, Maude Corey; Co-! should through its unusual and fan-
thurnus, the masque, Sarah Slocum;; tastical nature, make a strong appeal
Thyrsis, a shepherd, Florence Mc- both to the members and to their
Comb; and Corydon, a shepherd, Ber- ,parents or other guests present for
enice Holheisel. the occasion. It is of especial inter-
This play, "Aria da Capo" by Edna 1 est due to the fact that it has been;
St. Vincent Millay, a one-act play, was written by a young American women.
selected as a departure from the tra- Tickets for the senior breakfast are
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For Pleasing
Meals During
the Finals-
Watch for the Special
Meals on our Window-
Stickers. Wholesome,
pleasant food to keep you
at your best.
1116 South University Ave.

ditional three-act play given out of now on sate aL an oLuew ei6
doors and apart from the breakfast. 1house3 and also at Wahr's, Slater's,
It is allegorical in nature and is to and Graham's bookstores. No' extra
be supplemented by a prologue. A charge will be made for the play. It
15th century Pierrot and Pierrette is urged that tickets be purchased as
dance is also to b introduced and is soon as possible as the sale will close
being coached by Miss Ruth Price of June 8, at which time all tickets not
the physical education department. sold must be returned.


The Bag for
A leather Bag in which to carry
your toilette articles and the per-
sonal attire you will need to have
at hand may be chosen in brown
or black in a good quality at $12.50.

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is the two piece frock of bal-
briggan, a fine jersey like mate-
rial which does not cling to the
body. Various colors. $16.50.
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llege Grocery
Open Evenings

for a Short Trip
A week-end suit case - just large
enough for the few things one
needs for two or three days' use
comes in black leather - not too
heavy to carry and priced only
$1.25, $2.75 or more.
Suit Cases for.
Longer Trips
A large suitcase for the longer trip
upon which you do not care to take
a trunk may be chosen in imitation
leather which keeps the case light
weight and easy to carry. $3.50
and $5.00.
Large Case
for Motor Trips
For the Motor trip during which
you wish a number of different cos-
tumes and yet do not care to take a
trunk, comes in an enameled duck,
black and shiney, trimmed in
brown leather and fitted with a
tray. $11.50.
Fitted Bag
for Real Comfort
For real traveling comfort choose
the suit case with toilette articles
fitted in the top-such a case car-
ries everything you wish in a tidy
and convenient manner. $35.00.

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The Trunk
for Everything
A large trunk in which all of one's
belongings may be packed--pillows,
drapes, books, pictures, blankets
and such things as' wpll as flat
clothing comes in sturdy style at
Wardrobe Trunk
for One's Clothing
The wardrobe trunk is the most
convenient type for transporting
one's frocks and such attire! There
is a place for everything-a place
to keep it in finest condition! An
attractive model costs only $38.
Steamer Trunk
for Summer Travel
A steamer trunk that may be eas-
ily handled-often used on an auto
-easily put under the berth in a
stateroom, and thus popular for
summer traveling purposes costs
only $15.
Small Wardrobe
Trunk for House
The small wardrobe trunk is just
right for short trips-house parties
and such occasions. Just the size
of a steamer trunk, yet provided
with hangers for frocks, a shoe
tray, hat box and drawers for fiat
things, $40.
The Hat Box
a Real Necessity
The hat box is a real necessity
these days when the ensemble idea
s carried out and a hat must match
the rest of the costume! The black
enameled box trimmed with tan
leather is most popular. $8.50.

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Bon Voyage and
Pleasant Vacations!
AND now that the College term is closing and only
the final examinations and commencement activi-
ties remain, thoughts turn toward vacationing and
home! And each and every student will set off for a
summer of fun or pleasure thinking happily of the care-
free good times of college life! Bon Voyage and hap-
py vacations!
Smart Luggage Makes
Traveling Pleasanter
And to make the trip home and other trips that follow
during summer months more pleasant the wisest trav-
elers choose smart, sturdy luggage. Pieces that are
adapted to their personal needs and the requirements
of the trips which they plan to take. A most complete
collection is assembled here for selection.

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