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THE.MICHICAN DAILY

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n niann Sorority Rushing Terminates
T'U U ELCT ULC______
ri ~vrvWith Pledging Of New Members
II UIi R EF After ten days of ruulh ng with i licent Barrett, '29; Mary Louise Max-
-_lbrejakfi;ts, dinners, teas to welcome well, '26.
Enrollent Still Open to TIhose 1Who. en ering; women on tbhe campus a Kappa Alpha Theta: Edna Balz, '28;
Netleeted to ry Out 1111l.ci ldoe Mihigan sororityi Marjorie Baxter, '29 ; Esther Lock-
For Teamhis lwuses Sunday -with the pledging of' hart, '29; Janet Upjohn, '29; Marian
I ilir ew winers ~\idniaii, '29; MV.arjorie Wilson, '27;
UR(GE SENIORS SUPP .RT ;'i'lie fllowtiing list of pledges havele9noMrieWoodron,'8;;GLady iAle
jlbeen ;timnounced by their respective'2;Mrl nrsn '9;Lie
5OP(i~itjes:Eastman, '28; Louise Murrey, '29;
Class managers for the interclass AlD liOea etrBthr Helen Kenmpf, '29.
hockey tournament will be elctied ait ~'29; ('1(1us Fatgen, '28; Celeste Mac- Kappa Delta: Elizabeth Barclay,
the practices to be hield today at Pal- Cann, '27; Marion Broehm, '29; Mar-, '26; Dorothy Fox, '27; Ernestine Free-
iner field as follows: seniors and, 39 Li Parkes, '28; mak,'27 ; Charlotte Seaton, '28;
sophomlores at 4 o'clock, juniors and d ory Vivian, Grlie'29 ,"JaieRleiIeLoisat 2; ahrneSot
Geraldine ~Porter. '9. aieRlyIeeKns,'.;CteieSot
feheat5ocok Enoleti'29; D~orothy H iuntley, -3; Virginia '27; Eiizabeth McIntosh, '29; Doris
still open for those who wish to try TFive, '29; Elaine Gruber, '29; Pauline Ilicks, '29; Kathryn Huestis, '29;
out for the class teanxis; Seniors are' Belle Vander Water, '29:
particularly urged to support their'Iill,'9
clas ine he enorenrie lg ar Alpha Gamima Delta: Jane Sunm- Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dorothy An-
behs in the otenrs. tie agfa ners, '29; Ellen Peckliam, '28; Helen drus, '29; Charlotte Lowe, '29; Hl~cen
belifidthe thers.ievebortis, '29; \ernadine Malay, '29; Westcott, '29; Eifrida Peterson, '29;
All managers of intramural hockey l ly Dale Parker, '29; Mildred 'Mead, Margaret Hudson, '28; Melda Platt,
team wil hod a eetig ad29; Margaret M4errifield, '29; Ardith '27; Virginia Platt, '29; Ruth Yerkes,
tice game at 4 o'clock tomorrow, in'araetB 28 MryAlc
Jobl) oii,'L9;'28; Mrgrt rer,>2;MrAlc
Palmer hield. An athletic managerl Alpha11 Pl;i: Mildred Rudell, '28; Moore, '29.
has been appointed for each zoneo.i,."Franuces Louise Feydel, 'Grad. Frances Phi Sigma Sigma: Matilda Amstat-1
League houses for the purpose or or- rnuvd,'7 Evelyn Jorden, '29; er,. '27, Ruth Zelman, '29; Cecelia Fine,
ganiingteas. athaineWiloxMary MciMullen, '29; Virginia Geis, '27; Ruth Fine, '29; Gertrude Smith,
'26, is the W. A. A. hockey manager. '29: \l1argaret E+ckert, '29; Wilhlelmia. '29; Anette Fischer, '29; Grace Edel-
All houses and dlormitor~ies who ,elil. '9MayLus Lom,;man, '29.
wishx to be representedl in the infe r- '29; Carovne Inglis, '29; Helen Rich- Pi Beta Phi: Elizabeth McElroy,
house tournament should sign up 111-, ir&I, '29; Gretchen Schultz, '29; Bet- '29; Dorothy Fulton, '29; Doris Rob-
mnediately on the bullet in b)oard in!yLimr 2;HlnRakn 2;isn 2;Elzbt es 2:Mr
J~trbour gymnasium. The schedule of; yLrmr 2;HlnRni,'9 no,'7 lzbt es 2;Mr
Margaret Iligmnan, '29; Florence Burns, '29; Gertrude Guleck, '27; May
practices1 and gaines will be made out -one '29. Tuttle, '29; Jessica Nixon, '27; Zoo
this worek. HAlphisa Xi Delta: Helen Branagon, Sbippen, '29; Helen Parker, '26, H~ar-1
According to the system first put {J329; Neva Branagon, '29; Frances riette Lowrie, '28; Loyd Hluston, '27; I
into use last year, athletic honorI Fead, '29; Ethel Crowe, '29; Betty D~orothy Tisch, '28; Helen Warner,i
tionin thac varus tmo evrts 1 n d y,'9 Ete Hula,28
po ns ae aw r e o t e ai u rday, '2 ; E h l Iu m n, 28 '29; Ruth Kitchell, '29; Althea Bush,
houses according to their participa- hlnPrae,'9 ee on,'8
Lionin he arius eam hors, nd,'28Collegiate Sororsis: Mary Kirk, '29;
partciptio ofmembrs n te idi- Delta Gamma: Louise Cooley, '29; Mary Slintermnan, '27; Betty Frazer,
vidual sports. The results are posted Frances Crocker, '29; Isobel Field, '28; Addison Pelletier, '28; Elizabeth
on a large chart in Barbour gym-4'29; Katherine Bailie, '29; Jean Hath- Deckwith, '29; Harriette Stone, '29;
nasiumi as soonI as each athletic sea- away, ''29; Marian Bradley, '29; Elsa Beatrice Barrett, '29; Dorothy Leland,
son s copleed. astyeartheMiller, '29; Alice Voster, '29; 'Thelma '29; Lois Tilley, '29; Alice Hirschman,
largest number of points was earned 1oin '29; Dorothy Shulze, '29, and '27.
bBesBabuHos.Alice Platt, '29. Theta Phi Alpha: Mary Lauhoff,
D lelt a Zeta: Mary Duinnigan, '29; '27; Virginia Mulligan, '27; Mary
T ennis Players Marion Kerr, '29; Dorothy Zing, '29; Bowen, '29; Mildred Leahey, '26; Lo-
r/"N IDorothzy Lyons, '29; Ruth Vial, '26; retta LeMire, '27; Katherine LeM ire,
,Enter To(urnam entlDora Nichols, '29; Jean Currie, '29; '27; Katherin Goetz, '27; Margaret
Mariani Reading, '29; Mary WQlfit, '29; Grieve, '27; Margaret Johnson-'2;.
Enrollment for the interclass tennisI: and Esther Booze, '29. Helen Esterhrook, '29; Margaret Car-
tournament is steadlily increasing. ! (gamma P'hi Beta: Alice Bourquin, ey, '29; Mary Boyle, '28; Anne Maeo
The figures are now seniors 5, juniiors j'29; Jessie Bourquin, '29; Marie Burt, Daly, '27: Ruth Brady, '27; Ruth
25, sophomores 19, freshmen 17, inak-1I'29; Ruth Wagner, '29; Betty Lorch, Becker, '27; Margaret Bassman, '28;
ing a total of 66. The entries last '29; Constance Blake, '29; and Flor- and Frances Whalen, '27.
yeair totaled only 67 andl two (lays still( ence Blake, '29.ZeaTuAp :CroieKly
remain in which to bring this year'sl Delta Delta Delta: Elizabeth Amer- '29 ; Isabel Eddy, '27, Helen Gerber-
enrollmnent -up to or beyond that of l ine, '29; DIorothy Colwell, '29; H-ar- dling, '28; Helen Gustine, '29; Hlelen
laist year. The poster for signing for nret Martin, '28; Delight Berg, '29; Hlodson, '29; E~dith Jackson, '29;
the tournament, which is on the bml- I Virginia Cole, '29; Katheryn Francis, Eleanor Jackson, '29; Merle Raine,
letinz board in B~arbour 1~~asu,'28; Ann James, '28; Lucille Johnson, '29; and Mildred Scanechor, '27.
will be' taken down ;at 5 o'clock to-' '29 ; Mi~ion MeKinny, '27; Mildred
morrow and the schedule, for theI Morrison, '25; Margaret Jane' Sage, Subscribo for The Daily today at
tournament will then be made up. 1'29; A lice Underwoodh, '29; -Helen the office In. Press Iluildl.-Adv.
Class championships will be decided Schoonmiakc-r, '29; Nina Slater, '29;
by elimination games and then these Margaret Whiting, '29; Dorothy Win-
women will compete for the Women's chef, '27.
Varsity championship. The name of: Sigma Kappa: Wave Debolt, '28;
the winner will be engraved on theJ Jean Mc~Danel, '29; Grace Mass, '28;
~ilver tenntis cup of the Women's R 'uth Magee; '29; lHelen Miller, '28;
Athletic associatiir. Louise Briggs,j' Evelyn Stedman, '27; Grace Erwin, '29.
'28, the freshman champion of last Clhi Omega: Olive Todd, '29; Mary
yi.ar, i.; the WV. A. A. tennis manager. M\artin, '28; Elaine Vaupell, '29; Mul-

LEADERSHIP GROUPS TO
SMEET FORBISGUSSIONS NOTICE S
Ent ering wonien who signed up dur- Portia Literary oit ilhl t
ing egitraionforxx 1k xii'i hefirst business meeting at 7:15 o'clockc
leadership Coimmiission of the Illzivef-I toniighit in thle Portia room on the
sity Y. AV. C. A. were dtividedl into, fourth floor of Angell hail.
eight (discussion groups, the first tv'~
of which will meet froze 4 to 5 o'clocJli
Thursday at Newberry hall. Signia Delta P'hi, honorary oratoric-
aisociety, will meet at 4 :la o'clock,
Those in charge of these first two hsatron a h im ap
groups arc: Marion Wells, '27, and ho ,~Okln vne
H elen Wooten, '2b; Josepihine Norton, ___
'28, and L enore Noggic, '28. Members of Athena w .ill meet at
Monday, two more groups will 'I I~
led~~~~~~~~ bMry*ht.', dAni7:15 o'clock tonight in the Athenai
Brown, '28; D~orothy Morehouse, 'z8,romoth futhlorfAi el
andI Marjorie lMlhlitiiX, '26. On ''us hall,
day the groups will be hea lcdl by A swimming test, preliminary to en-
Louise Piggott, '28, and arion trnce in canoeing classes, will Bie
Bausehard, '28; Alice Callender, '27 held at 4 o'clock today in Barbourj
and Marion Van 1uyl, '2S ; and thle gymnasium. Those interested in joinl-I
group which wyill meet a 'vecP from lug one of the classes may still sign-
t oddy will be in cham'ge of E1izabeth up on the bulletin board in Barbour
Nutt, '28, and Norene Bushaw, '28. gymnasium. Trhe first of the six. les-
This first set of meetings is to lbe sons will lie held on the river Thurs- 1
primarily social and very informal. Coda(y
They will start b}y talking 101011thow Dr Margaret Pell, of' the' heailth,
'Michigan compares with their expect- serxvice, will be abseiit fromnnher of--
ations, and will decide exactly AN 1w icc his week:. Dr. Bell is in Chicago'
things they most want to discuss, haV1,t where sh~e was called bey the illness'
problems arc most puzzling, and what of her fat lien, l\'. 1Frank Bell, x'lho
topics would be most helpful, died Friday.
Out of these early ideas, the mcein
hers of the commission intencd to« plan The world fellowship conmmittee of
the future discussions, which will la thme Y. W. C. A. - will meet at 4 o'-'
held regularly throughout the voytdyi Nwer al

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The Gossard
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An Ideal1 Girdle
For Dancing-4

every two weeks at
Any women whoc
either freshiman cr
who negldected to Si;
with the comissh ion
eol her fres'Iyvmi hall
be most welcomeicto
Imeetings, on any clay
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Newberry hail.
entered this fall,
up per cl as-~nnaim,
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when lshe rece v-
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Club Completes
Fail Elections
Alice Felske, '27, was elected vice-
prnesideint and Florence llioster, '27,
song mist reSS at ia specal electionl
of thle \Women's lPhysical I'Xue aion
club yesterday. T'e oiliher officers
elected last sprngo were Etruria. Dos-
ter, '27, president, Martha Gill, '26,
secret.ary, and So raiL I oninle, '28,
treasurer. Meetings of the club will
be held this yeair at 9 o'clock, Mora-
dlay, in Barbou r gymimasi mmii. M]4oi-
her's of the ilofE ssonatl School of
education are eli iile for I i' liebrshikj
in the climb.
Readt the Classified llage: --it pays.

All wvoimen interested~ in :social serv~-
ice or community service wvi leet"
at 4 o'clock today at Newberry hall.
Meumbemrs of the cabinet of the hini-!
versity Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4:15
o'clock Wednesday in Newberry hall.
Tryouts for the University Girls'
Glee club will be held from 4 to 5:30
WeOlock Tuesday, Wednesday and!
Thursday of this week in mrooum 216,,
School of Mlusic.
Announcemen~t was made of thle
minariage of Hlen Crocker anid Phjil-,
ipI IV. Wagner, '25, on April 18, at theI
home of .Prof. Charles 1'. Wagcne r ii
An- !Arbor. 1Wagner was II'Man'gilg
ediitor of ThelDaily in 1924-25. aid( ai
me( mber 1I'lli Kamppa: Sigmla fraternity.
Miss Crocer was also at studcuit at, the
I nIiversity, anmd a niemuber of Delta
Gamnma Sorority.

This garment is so light and flexiblc nobody ever
heas objected to wearing it. You wvili be delighted with
it at saspott the back so that you haven't that
tird felig ateranevening of dancing.
Whe gils ho avegone uncorseted for years come to
t= is> depa1"runt, this is the girdle whe recommend to them and
they finmd it most satisfying. There is- a soft band which fits
ariound each thigh, holding the garment firmyl in place with-
out garters, so that you can. still enjoy the comfort of stock-
in.7 rolled below your knee.
Tis girdle may be chosen in a beautiful quality satin at
$3.50, or in a =cotton fabric at $3.50. ht is very easily laundered.
(SECOND FLOOR)
Don't Forrow-vSubscribe 'today.

Keep

Your Expenditures

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Your Allowance

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PERFECT MARCELLE WAVING
Eugene Steam Permanent Waving
Ladies Hair Bobbing
L ueck Beauty Shoppe
330 Maynard St. Opposite Nickels Arcade

Pro Lessor,
how couldyu
Hear about "Old Brooksy7'
slipping Jimmy the double
zero in Economics 3 r? Same

It's very easy, unfortunately its a ;customary habit, for most
students to go on a spending spree the first few weeks of school.
Don't do it. You'll only come to grief. You are mor'tgaging .the
remainder of your year's allowance, and that's a bad policy. Es-
~ecially is this so wvhen most of your purchases are for credit, and
you have to pay up wvIth tihe proceeds from youil allowance checks
as you receive them from time to time. You will not only find
yourself unable to pay your bills when you should, and consequently
t ct out of favor wvith the mnercha~nts who have trusted you, but it
often results in actual deprivation. You become unable to Luy things
you actually need liter on in the year.
Resolve to keep your expenditures within your allowance. Buy
only what you can pay for immediately or with the surplus from
your }next check. You'll save both yourself and the merchants a
great d-eal, of worry.
it's a highly commendable practise to put yourself on a budget,
allowing a definite sum each month for each of your various classes
of needs,, A handy account book can be purchased for a few cents
that will aidigreatly in doing this. But remember that a budget that
is not ,adhered to is worse than useless. If you start it, resolve to
limit yourself to the schedule you have laid out for yourself.

snap course,

and' James

GIRLS

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Hiave you seen
thre new
Campus.
Coats ?
Only $15.00
On Liberty

made a good bluff at it, but
"Brooksy's" got himself a
new Eversharp. Well, you
know how it is-the marks
just seem to slip off that rifled
tip. About the only antidote
is to get an Eversharp for
yourself,
From joc to a~ month's allowance
2~and WA [119 PPMV

The reward comes at the end of the year.

You find yourself

out of dlebt around; town, perhaps with money in the bank. At least
there's .no urgent wires home for 'extra money nor embarrassing
explanations to make for failure to settle up.
Try this year to spend less than you receive.

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