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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dormitory Sends
CLUBS C'HOOSEFreshmen Women
To Outside Games
Betsy Barbour house will send four
freshmen women to out-of-town games
Manistee and Port Huron Competed this fall. Each year, it is the custom
for Honor of Entertaiing of the dormitory to send a number,
1926 Convention of its women to the larger out-of-
town games, but more are being sentl
ANNOUNCE OFFICERS this year than ever before. Thea
names were drawn by lot and chance
rdained that four new women should

Selection of Ann Arbor as the place
for the 1926 convention of the* State4
Federation of Women's clubs was
made yesterday at the annual meet-
ing held in Benton Harbor.
The federation, in session since
Tuesday with more than 600 delegates
in attendance, adjourned yesterday,
afternoon.
Three invitations for the 1926 con-I
vention were received by President
Mrs. George H. Hunter. Manistee,
Port Huron and Ann Arbor all asked
the federation to meet next year in
those cities and competition among
the rival delegations was keen.
Mrs. Barbara Dewey, president of
the Woman's club of Ann Arbor pre-
sented the invitation to the conven-
tion through the Ann Arbor chapter
of the American Association of Uni-
versity women, the Woman's club and
the Women's League. According to the!
arrangements made by the Ann Ar-
bor women, the Women's League will
take care of one third of the dele-!
gates who attend the convention next!
fall. The Women's League will also l
be represented on the program com-
Inittee.
The Federation again honored Mrs.
George H. Hunter of St. Johns, by
ire-electing her president of the organ-i
ization. Other officers elected for the
coming year were: Mrs. A. J. Knapp, I
Cass City, vice-president; Mrs. B. W.
Wells, Grand Rapids, second vice-
president; Mrs. W. W. Fish, Jackson,,
recording secretary; Mrs. Otto A. Nig-!
,gle, Sturgis, treasurer.
District presidents chosen were:{
Mrs. Frank P. Dodge, Adrian; Mrs.
W. E. Chapman, Cheyboygan; Mrs. W.
S. Crowe, Manistique, and Mrs. Leon
Miner, Owosso.
Grand Rapids invited the women
for the general federation's biennial
convention in 1927 through the mayor,
chamber of commerce, and federated
clubs.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Elizabeth Frazer,
'28, to Edward X. Tuttle, '28A. Miss
Frazer is a member of Collegiate
Sorosis sorority.

' be the winners. They are Katherine
Baillie, '29, who is attending the Wis-
consin game; Katherine Ohming, '29,
who will go to the Illinois game, and
Frances Miller '29, and Margaret Beck,
1 '29, who will witness the Northwest-
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Michigan
To Be

Debate
Triangularl

'FRESHMEN TO HOLD
GLIECLUBTRYOUTS
University Glee Club to Broadcast
Prgram over Radio, Qartet
to be Organgized
SANNOUNCEDATES LATER
Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 3:00 o'clock
next Wednesday Oct. 21st, according
to announcement made by Miss Nora
Hunt of the School of Music. Miss
Hunt expects to extend the tryouts
over Thursday if necessary. The stu-
dio in which the tryouts will be held
will be announced later by notice
posted at the School of Music.
The University Girls' Glee club
held its first rehearsal last Tuesday
at the School of Music. The club
intends to continue the radio broad-
casting of its programs which was
innovated last year. The dates and"
engagements forthe year will be an-
nounced later by Mary Kentmiller,
'27, manager of the club. According
to a regulation of the Dean of Wo-
men only two ' out-of-town engage-
ments will be permitted the organiza-
tion. I
Miss Hunt is planning to reorganize
the glee club quartet, which has been
quite an important part of the glee;
club in the past. The membership !
in the University Girls' Glee club is
limited to 85 members. Out of the
140 girls trying out this year there
were only 28 taken to fill vacancies
in the glee club.
FOLLOW THE GJI.1D-GRAPH TODAY

NOTICES
Interclass hockey practice for sen-
iors and sophomores will he held at
10 o'clock and for juniors and fresh-}
men at 11 o'clock today.I
A regular meeting of the board of
directors of the WVbmen's League will
be held at 10 o'clock this morn-
ing in the parlors of Barbour gymnas-
ium.

Barbour gymnasium, and return to-
morrow noon. Hikers should bring
blankets and 75 cents.
Masques will hold a rehearsal of
Act II of their play at 10 o'clock this
morning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Practice for intramural hockey
f teams will take place from 9 to 121
Io'clock this morning on Palmer field.
The following games are on the in-
tramural schedule: Monday, Oct. 19,
Martha Cook vs. Nurses, and Deltal
Zeta vs. Delta Delta Delta; Oct. 21,
Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Kappa Delta,
and Alpha Epsilon Iota vs. Outlaws.
Intramural hockey games scheduled
to be played yesterday afternoon
were postponed because of rain. A
notice will be placed on the bulletin
[board in Barbour gymnasium Monday
morning announcing the day on which
these games will be played.
First round games in the women's
golf tournament will be played today

if the weather permits. A schedule
and list of rules is posted in Barbour
gymnasium.
Office hours will be observed at the
W. A. A. desk from 3:15 to 4:30 o'-
clock Monday and Tuesday. Louise
Roberts, '26, chairman of the W. A.

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for discriminating

Pan-Hellenic will hold
luncheon at the Haunted
day at 1:30 o'clock.

its annual
tavern to-

women

Tryouts for the League orchestra
will be held at 11 o'clock today at
Barbour gymnasium.
An over-night hike to Whitmore un-
der the supervision of the W. A. A.

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peditions, says he may fly to the North
FOLLOW THE GRID-GRAPH TODAY Pole next year.

A. point system asks that those hav-
ing questions about their points come
at these hours.
COPENHAGEN, Oct. 16-The well
known Danish Arctic explorer, Peter
Freuchen, who has taken part In sev-
eral of Dr. Knud Rasmussen's ex-

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Work has already been started in
th'e selected debating class from which
the competing teams for the Ohio-
Indiana-Michigan triangular debate
will be chosen. Out of a class of
twelve women selected by tryout sys-
tem last spring for the debating class,
six will be chosen to form the final
teams. This class system was an in-
novation in 1924. For the first tine
the women who take part in this an-
nual debate received university credit
for their work.
This is the first year the women's
annual debate has been triangular.
Formerly Michigan has competed in
dual debate with teams from Ohio
State university. This year however
the field has been enlarged and
and Michigan will debate both Ohio
and Indiana.
Delta Omicron, national musical
sorority, announces the pledging of:
Nora Wetmore, Ann Arbor; Dorothy
Field, Detroit, Michigan; Majel Olcott,
Perry, Michigan; Beryl Broughton,
Jackson,' Michigan; Charlotte Griest,
{Chicago, Illinois; Ethel Hauser, Buf-
falo, N. Y.; Maldorie Field, Ann Arbor,
Michigan; Frances Switzerberg, Al-
legan, Michigan, and- Margaret File,
Rochelle, Ill.
LANSING, Oct. 16.-J. T. Converse,
assistant attorney general, has ac-
cepted a position as legal adviser to
the federal prohibition director for
Michigan and Ohio.
SPRINGFIELD, 0., Oct. 16.-Arthur
Gringle of Detroit was elected treas-
urer of the senior class of the Wit-
tenberg college yesterday.

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