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SATURDAY, OCTOBER,

24, 1925

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1925 THE ~MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAKE CHAN1GES IN
HOCKEY SCHEDULE
Second Round cf Tournament Begins
Monday; W11 Be Played off
By End of Week
EX-CHAMPIONS TO MEET
Yesterday afternoon saw the close
of the first round in the intramural;
hockey tournament. The second round
commences-Monday and it is expected
that all of it will be played off by the
end. of next week. Houses entered ina
the tournament are asked to note the
change in schedule.
According to the new plan Kappa
Alpha Theta will play. Collegiate Sor-
osis on Monday, Oct. 26. Both of the
teams in the drawing for places got
byes which meant that they were not
to play in the first round. Gamma
Phi Beta, who also drew a bye, will
rontest with Delta Zeta on thesame
day. Delta Zeta earned the right to
play in the second round by defeatingj
Delta Delta Delta.
On Wednesday Adelia Cheever is
scheduled to play the winner of the;
Alpha Phi-Theta Phi Alpha game, andf
Betsy Barbour will meet Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma. Miss Pauline Hodgson,
manager of intramural hockey, pre-'
dicts that a great deal of interest will
be centered in this game since these
were the teams that have met in the1
finals for the last two tournaments.
In 1923 the Kappa Kappa Gamma
team won and last year Betsy Barbour
was victorious.
y Finishing the second round of the.
tournament on Friday, Alpha Chi Om-I
ega will play Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi
Beta Phi, Martha Cook; and Kappa
Delta, Chi Omega.
tate Committees
Meet In Lansing
As a part of a nation wide move-
ment to interest the university stu-
dents in a world education project
the members of the state committee
of the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A.
'will meet this afternoon in LansingJ
to plan a means of spreading the in-
terest in the universities and colleges
of Michigan.
Miss Ruth Deemer, general secre-

Contribute $200 1
For Blagdon Fund
Approximately $200 has been raised
from contributions toward the Char-
lotte Alice Blagdon scholarship fund,
and all of the money has not yet been
turned in.
Thy scholarship is to be presented
as a loan scholarship, payable one
year after graduation, and may enable
some worth while student to continue
her studies through its aid. The com-
plete total of the fund will be pub-
lished soon, as well as plans with re-
gard to its presentation.
Pan-lellenic To
Conduct Contest
Pan-Hellenic publicity committee
will hold a poster contest for
(hand-painted posters to be used
in advertising the fourth annual Pan-
Hellenic ball which is to be held the
night after Thanksgiving. A meeting
will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday,
Oct. 28, in the reading room of the
Press building for women desiring to
enter the competition. Instructions
will be given at that time concerning
the time the posters should be ready
for exhibition. As an incentive for
better posters a complimentary ticket
to the Pan-Hellenic ball will be giv-
en for the most attractive and strik-
ing poster.
tary of the University Y. W. C. A.,
and Helen Edwards, '27, will repre-
sent Michigan's association.
PLEASE
DON'T
M1 WNAKE
PATHS
"OftN THE
CAMPUS

PEGASUS CLUB League Orchestra Y. W.C.A. Pool To - -- ---- wil start at g8 s'loctomorrow
morningfrom Mu lislvery, p326
ORGANIZED FOR Will Make Debut Be Open To Women NOSast Ann streetRding tickets ur
chased from the League may be used
E XPE R T RID ER& At Dance Fridayand honor points in the W. A. A. are
Wt omen interested in swimming may awarded for this activity.
EX E T RIsR AtD n e_ rd y use 'theY.M C. A. pool from 9 to_ _ _ __
Pegasus is the name which has been EI tertainment and music for danc- 10:30 o'clock on Tuesday and Friday
chosen for the advanced riding club ing at th next Women's League party mornings and from 7 to 8 o'clock Riding tickets which are being sold There will be a meeting of the
which is now being organized under lFriday Oct. 30, will b furnished iy on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. for the benefit of the Women's Lea- membership committee of the Y. W.
the leadership of Elizabeth King, '26, the League orchestra which has re- A five dollar ticket is obtainable that gue may still be obtained. The wo- C. A. at 4 o'clock Monday at Martha
and Gretchen Mullison, '27. Invita- cenly been organized under the di will be good for six months regard- men who have been selling the tick- Cook building.
tions have been sent out to a number rectiun of Gwendolyn Wilson, and less of the number of swims taken. ets, and who did not report to Betty
of trained riders who will be the char- sponsored by the Women's League. Women are urged to sign up for this Blackwood last Saturday are asked t Hilda Evans, '29, will be sent to the
ter members and form the nucleus The first rehearsal took place activity on the poster in Barbour do so from 8 to 12 o'clock Saturday Illinois game as the, representative
for a larger club. New members will Thursday afternoon. Another one gymnasium. This opportunity will be at Barbour gymnasium, of Helen Newberry residence. Each
be chosen gradually, largely from will be held at 4:15 o'clock Monday) available only if 50 women sign up. women chose a number and in
those who have shown notable pro- when the picture of the orchestra will All women interested in riding are the drawing, the first number drawn
ficiency in the riding club of the W. be taken by the Detroit Times. As Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. invited to join the riding party which decided the winner.
A. A. The number of members will next Friday will be the first appear-
be limited to 12 and the qualifications 1 ance of the orchestra; a large crowd
are good horsemanship, good sports- is expected to be present at the party.
manship and the desire to ride with
the club once a week. spect to buying riding tickets and
This club will be in co-operation awarding athletic honor points.
with the Women's League and the
Women's Athletic association in re- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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