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TITURSDAY, OCTOIER 1. 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AAfl wl Dean Hamilton
TolJUILUHolds Reception;
IflThIIII H ftrIn honor of all senior women Miss
Jea Hamilton, dean of women, will
1)e :t home at Martha Cook building
i°P.antar Sacd~y Abudons Page:1nts; from 4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
Saets "The radle 5g, civin with Miss Hamilton will
Si'ra be ars. Clarence Cook Little, Mrs.
_.1 __ John R. FEfinger, Miss Norma Bick-
*" nel, '2, Miss Constance Clark, '26,
MISS LOOMIS TO DIRECT Miss Geraldine Knight, '26, Mrs. Rob-
I --- rt Angel, Mrs. Waldo Abbott, Mrs.
Miss Amy G. Loomis, '22, a graduate Arthur Aiten, Mrs. R. A. Sawyer, Mrs.
of the American Academy of Dra- L1ertha Johnson, Mrs. James Cork,
matic Art, New York, and assistant Mrs. Russell C. lussey will preside
to Prof. Richard D. Hollister, of the over the tea tables. Mrs. A. S. Ho-
Public Speaking department, will hold bart, Miss Grace Richards, Miss Elva
tryouts for Masques' annual play at Fornerook, and four women from
3 o'clock today and tomorrow in Sa- Martha Cook building, Helen New-
rah Caswell Angell hall. Miss Loom-. berry residence and Betsy Barbour
is was the director of last year's un- house will assist.
or Girls' play, and embers of
Masques are very appreciative of hav-
ing secured her to direct their play,Z
according to Elizabeth Strauss,'26
president of Masques. GROUP CI TESPLN
In their selection of a play for this
year, Masques have abandoned their
usual pageant form of production, and-
gone back to the Little Theater move-C roup activities for the Women's
ment, characteristic of their earlier League fund will be emphasized all
ears, according to Miss Strauss. i over the country this year instead of
~'Te retet uces Msqesthe individual pledge plan. The
".The greatest success Maslues t m M a o e
ever had was 'Quality Street'," says plelge plan, which was followed last
lis6 Strauss, "and we believe we are y ar, has been thoroughly covered.
,doing right in returning to the more Soliciting through henefits, bazaars
intimate productions. We have found and other co-operative work is bein
that the Little Theater productions, organized into a solid working plan.
in which we first won dramatic dis- T1 h large annual benefit sale at
tinction at Michigan, are the more Grand Rapids is an example of this
artistic performances. 'The Cradle type of work. Last year the Grand
Song', by Sierra, our choice for this Rapids group was able to turn over a
year, is admirably suited to produc- considerable sum to the league office
tion by women," through the success of their bazaar.
Approximately 14 women will be Work that is done in groups is or-
chosen for the play from among the ganized and as a rule reaches many
members who try out, and rehearsals People who have not yet contributed.
I will start immediately after the cast The national campaign committee,
. , has been selected. The product ion is which met for the first time this fall
scheduled for the second week in No- riday in Detroit, outlined a general
vember. plan of getting in touch with the
groups who are working for the fund.
Each group selects its own method of
Society To H ave; earning its quota. In this way the
Outside Speakers best possibilities for earning money in
a certain section may be used.
Athena literary society held an im- That 128 women were either on
portant business meeting in the so- warning or probation at the end of
ciety rooms Tuesday night. A new the second semester of last year and
program system is to be tried out, summer school is the statement is-
addresses on personal topics will be sued by the office of the dean of wom-
x r ade bymembers of the faculty and en. Nine women formerly on, proba-
speakers from out of town. tion have been reinstated in the Uni-
The old probation system of giv- versity. Seventeen women were sent
ing try outs three weeks in which home at the end of the second semes-
to prove themselves able Athenians ter of last year, while ten women were
is to be re-enforced. The date for admitted this fall on probation direct
Athena try outs is to be left to a from high school or college.
committee which will set it at the
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M E ILL . PLAN League Invites
Entering Women
TYE OF TOURNAMENT To Formal Party

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All managers of intramural hockey
teams will play the first game of the
season tomorrow at Palmer field, after
'which it will be decided whether the
type of tournament to be played this
year will be elimination or league.
Elsa Ruoyl, '26, and Helen Worton,
'28, captains of last year's champion,
teams will captain the managers to-
morrow.
Due to the rezoning of League
houses a number of zones have not
yet organized teams. Any woman:
living in a league house, interested in
playing'on an intramural team is urg-
ed to sign under her zone today at
Barbur gymnasium. Women living
at private homes interested in play-
ing intramural hockey are asked to
join the Outlaws. These entrants are
also urged to sign today.
Intramural athletics for women have
been organized this year with Kath-
erine Wilcox, 26, as manager.
MORTARBOARD EECTS
GLOVE SALE CHIRAN
Margaret Effinger, '26, was elected
chairman of the glove sale to be con-
ducted by Mortarboard this year, at a
meeting of that society held Tuesday
afternoon.
This sale of gloves is conducted ev-
ery year by the members of Mortar-
board and has proven successful. Wo-
men are delegated to visit the differ-
ent sorority houses, league houses and
dormitories for the purpose of dis-
playing the goods and taking orders,
and these orders are sent in early
enough so that the gloves will be re-
'turned some time before Christmas.
The gloves are imported French kid.
Offer Start In
Campus Activity
Freshmen women who are interest-
ed in getting started in campus ac-
tivities will be allowed to do clerical
work at the community fund offices
in the Ann Arbor Chamber of Com-
merce building.
This work is in connection with the
community service committee of the
University Y. W. C. A. in the charge
of Charlene Shiland, '27. Miss Shiland
requests that all women, freshmen
or upperclassmen, sign up this week
at Newberry hall for the hours which
they can tome with Miss Ruth Deem-
er, secretary of the association, so
that regular work can start next week.;
Erma Schultz, '26, was elected sec-1
retary of the Portia Literary society
at their first meeting held Tuesday.

Mlusic for the lirst Women's League
party to be given at 8 o'clock Friday
evening at Harbour gymnasium for '
all freshmen and entering women will
be furnished by Jean Buck's orchestra.
The party, which is formal, is under
the (irection of Katherine Kelar,
'27, and Mary White, '28.
Juniors who have been assigned as
advisor; to freshmen are urged to at-
tend with them. Freshmen without,
adN :sors should feel no hesitance in
coming as they will be welcomed at
the door by a committee in charge.
Present in the receiving line for
this occasion will be Dean Jean Ham-
ilton, Mrs. Alfred 11. Lloyd, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Mrs. E. L Whitman, Mrs.
Clarence C. Iittje, and Ncrma Bick-
nell, '26.
NOTICES
Miss Jean Hamilton will entertain
the social directors for the first in-'
terdormitory conference at luncheon
at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow at her
home, 923 Olivia avenue.
There will be an imnortant meeting
of Wyvern at 7:30 o'clock tonight at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
In the interest of all women desir-
ing to use the parlors of Harbour
gymnasium for meetings, announce-
ment has been made by the office of
the dean of women that permission for
the use of these rooms must be secur-
ed far enough in advance of the time
meeting to prevent any confliction.
Requests later than 48 hours previous!
to the time of meeting will not be
considered.
Canoeing classes which were an-
nounced for 4 o'clock on Wednesday
and Friday have been changed to 4
o'clock on Monday and Wednesday.
Tryouts for the University Girls'
Glee club v lhe held from 4 to 5:30
o'clock today in room 216, School of
Music.
Miss Winifred Harley, director of
the Merrill Palmer school, will speak
to the mothers at 3 o'clock today at
the Faculty Women's club house, 226
South Ingalls street.
The schedule for inter-class hockey
for today is as follows: sophomores
and freshmen at 4 o'clock and seniors
and juniors at 5 o'clock.
The Kappa Phi party which- was an-
nounced for 8:30 Friday evening has
been changed to 3:30 Friday after-

F acdlty Won2:
W.A1A1BOARD [[[CT Wiacty ortnAILY TRYOITS
-Plan Actiitis
- ---[ - Opportuniies for women to
THEM EH T W TIND, o; nizaionove try out for the Editorial staff of
ECairyingt;er organization over The Daily are now available. A
fron t [ y<, ) r hOwFaculty Women's meeting will be held at 4
Ayra Finsterwald, '27, was hostess club :havd alreat: hel their initial o'clock today at the Press
Tuesday evening at Betsy Barboii fall mee jug to plan activities for thelI Building on Maynard street of
house to the nemlbers of the execu- "ing sson. 'ie first evenot onI all women interested. Those un-
eable oard of the Women's Athletic;tir r is a:tea in honor of a to be present at this time
r are requested to see Helen Ram-
association. At the business meeting Airs. Clarence C. Little, to be given say Women's Editor before
Margaret McNally, '27, was elected Oct. at he Alichigan Un.ion. Fac- that time.
treasurer. Elizabeth Nut,. '28, will uitwonn Who are on the campus
manage canoeing and Alargare[ Law for hei year wi also be wel-
lor, '28, will have churge of hiking 7
and will organize a hiking club. Kath- coied at this tea. The hospitality YLeadership
crine Wilcox, '26, the manaer for in- <omiltt c, wVl'iei is in active charge
thra-mural hockey, will be asisted by t Gl called 1Groups T'o-.eet
one representative elected i)y Pain- '18 iY enmii imvitatiois to them.1
Ifellenic ,and two additional membiers T orga ti will be headed The first two of the leadership com-
this year by A ';. Shuirley Snmith, pTerisetoosteladrh- on
elected by time dorminitries and leaguethis en\ i-y Will .au hi~rayer, ps- mission groups of the University Y.
houses, respectively. As Alichigan '.< , ..' A.wllmet a 4o'lkioe-pres-
Sn t: e treasurC. A. will meet at 4 oclock to
has the largest intra-mural depiart- M1ir's. A.trasr;"Aitonseectary
ient of any of the universities, W. A. .,y day at Newberry hall. Entering wo-
A. is aiming to keep up the hig"li 1Wrs. V2 inkler will serve as men who have not been notified, but
stanlard for the coming year. chairman of the hospitality commit- who are interested in Joining a lead-
Margaret Purdy, '27, will maIg ce. Al Mrs. GC.Ui Tl;lihairian of the! ae r di ng
the tea-room in the basement of a iefrshimfe t Omi it : Mrs. Emmons ership group, will be welcome to
hour gymnasium ane plans are being n folbrook, chairman of the program conie
made to have the tea-room redec rmmnm e le lis. . lronk, chairman i
1 0of thl house committee. Read the Classified Page-it pays.
orated next wveek. One* featlure will j_____________________
be checker-boards painted on the tols
of the tables.
On the week-end of the Alichiganl-
Illinois game, Oct. 23-25 the members
of the board are planning a house-
party to be held at Gull Lake. W e Are Offering the

noon, at Wesley hall. - All Methodist;
women are invited to attend.
All women who have signed up for
the Tuesday and Thursday sections
for canoeing and who have passed the
swimming test, are asked to meet at
1 o'clock today in Barbourg ym-
nasium.
All league house organizers are
requested to report to Dorothy Cline
from 1 :20 to3 o'clock today in llatit -
hour gymnasium. There will be an
important meeting at 9 o'clock Sat-
ur day norning at the gymnasium.
Every organizer must be present or'
send a substitute.
All advisors who do not know
where to find their advisees before the
League party are requested to call
Doris Slingliuff, 2111,'between 1and
1 o'clock today.
Mr. Henry C. Barmtt has returned
to the Romance lanuage doepartmnt
after an absence of twoyears turing
which time he held an instructorship
in the department off French at Tsinr
Hua college, Peking, China.

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its sturdy topcoat,-its jumper
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