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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1 926

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SQUAD SELECTED
'$elto-dule Of Intramiural OGanes 1"
Announced With Trite Oif First
Eliminations

ALPHA GAMMA LI
ZETA Th $ e
In the intramural P<i oui
played Fridlay at Bareout . _
Alpha' Gamma Delta ~.
Phi 19 to 9, andI Zeta '
in the Zeta Tau Alpl.' , o.
with a score of 18 Zu ~ tl~

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TEN W/OMEN ON A SQUAD Parker, '28, made 14 -,i,
for Alpha Gamma Deilia.: idJ ?.<
Women who will comprise the inter- ter, Margaret Parker. uuid
class basketball squads have been se- remaining five points o o a
lected as follows: Dorothy Ogborn, Elsie M1.urray, '28, scoim,::1 oo'.
Norma Barlow, Gladys Eastcott, Sue for i Be~ta Phi, and liu.B~:~.
Hlaskins, Katherine Wilson, Helen '27, seven points.
Parker, Harriet Donaldson,' Mariani In the ZLeta Tan Alp ,~Zo~01O~
Lawless, Norma Clark, Doris Kent, jLmore Long, '28, scoi 'I iJI;:.o<
and Evelyn Pfaeler will form the sere Zeta Tau Alpha with i 'Ugo
fo qawietoeo h ui n %r~ an,'1,first squad are' Margaret McNally, of right forward, made wefol o
Florence Foster, Helen Searight, Alice Grace E'ratz, '27, of : -~. a'I #
Felske, Crystal Volz, Myra 'Finster- points, and Mary Pre ',. 27 hi,
wald, Etruria Doster, Arline Miller, points.
Irene Field, and Stella Sturos. The
juilor second squad: Mary Ails- Anna Zanuer, Frances wK
house, Katherine Tatroe, Margaret Maher, JIeanette Saurh(" c'
D~erz, Mary McDonald, Grace McDon- nel, Marion _Reading, V''
ald, Frances Dunnewindl, Elizabeth Aletta Morton, Betty "
Murphy, Elsie Graham, Evelyn John- Hlartwig, The second:
son, Elliot Bell. Sophomore first wood, Louise Cooley, 1K
squad: Helen Beaumont, Evelyn Og- thia Hawkins, Rose> '
born, Virginia Platt, Mary Lawton;, Groff, Miriam Thompsw!
Leone McFerrin, Lois Porter, Eunice I Louise Murray, and Doi_,t
Child, Martha Robinson, Arlene Uns- The intramural games ot , et N t. ThKeon :K thit4,Apna O iro '
crine Frances, Ethel Crowe, Loleta Cheever, Delta Zeta v.;. {o
Parker, Amna Cope, Rhoda Tuthill, at' 5, Alpha Epsilon Iota \K '.
Sarah lBonine, Jane Folsom, Gertrude Delta Delta Delta vs.
'Welsh, M1arion Van Tuyl, Margaret Gamrza. The first elim jo
Lawlor. The freshman first squad: wilb played Monday r-

W ~ B 1B ''0l!a ;o - jt -ested in the work of thej
a' 104,a-ri gave veto power upon the
'd ~-1 > '; t-1' ~d1:: e~1~.~ ofthe Board of Directors toI
1~ <, ~ the 1 i 'uof 'Women.
'> ('> -K'~ a~:'uaisU 1%2U middle of may first semester
0 1 c ~''k~if to~ ~> ~ xCa-.'ked the Board of Directors
0 :' I ''~'~ "0 c~2itto a,"It a committee to devise the
1: P( ~ '"~ ' l~~''°fI 'o ~itution. My instructions
'~J'i~ orO1flir~"l c, 111 tai o ot aiiunittee were "Put a stated
~H'~' 0 . ' '' "~u pariv tno the Constitution (thereI
1'v'ed a~',~1~ ' ~ lon atthat time) and take the1
" Y-0'i :)''a i 1'men out. I should not
'~ 'u~iiipoXwer." The entire develop-'
-' "tk u l10 '>II to o Kri l K,. ; f~'_in' ~ n an nf~cn m

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'NOTICES
Miscellaneous
Tile hoard of representatives will
meet with the board of directors of
the Women's league at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday in room 110 of the Library. The
discussion will be concerning the
11:30 rule.
There will be a meeting of 'Ensian
editorial tryouts at 2 o'clock today at
the Press Building.
Members of the University Girls'
Glee club who are broadcasting from
the Book Cadillac hotel in Detroit Sat-
urday are asked to report there at
7:30 o'clock.
jAll Ann Arbor women wh-o have
been working on the finance drive for
the. University of Michigan Women's
league will meet at 1 o'clock today at
the Lantern Shop for luncheon. Wo-
men interested in the league work are
invited. Reservations may be made
by calling the Lantern Shop this
morning.
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Today's rehearsals will take place~
as follows: specialty fiesa 3 ld BySororty
o'clock, choruses A and B at 4 o'clock,
choruses D and C at 5 o'clock, and act
2 and choruses 11, L. R, N, at 7 o'clock. Theta Sigma honorary 'journalistic
i sorority will entertain the girls who
]Watsazin Drive are attending the annual convention
f of the Michigan Interscholastic Press
To Be Started Bty I. association with a tea dance at Betsy
OfeV ter Barbour dormitory at 2:30 Saturday
.~agueUd t' afternoon. Mrs. Howard P. Jones and
Mrs. John L. Brumm are patronesses
tThere will be a general meeting of for the (lance.
all women in the discussion groups
of the League of Women Voters, andtobapinebyDrhyCe,'6
who is president, are to be in charge
any who are interested in the organi- ;of the campaign for the sale of sub-
zation at 4:15, Wednesday afternoon scriptions for the Woman Citizen,
in Athena room on the fourth floor of which will start, following the meet-
Angell hall. ing Wednesday. Those present are to
The local constitution will be read. be solicited at that time, and women
and explained for the approval of{ of. the city and those interested in,
members, and there will be a general1 the movement will be approached dur-
discussion of the convention which is ing the 30 days in which the drive will
to meet in St. Louis the early part; be conducted. Each solicitor will be
of April. responsible for ten subscriptions to
The five officers and five other girls the magazine.

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: s i 'E-n fosterd by me bothI
tbu, K'nflx~and p~ractically where I
:'a~ W h nortunity. I have neverr
>ai ~i~t that women were not
B' n~1lake control in their own

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-JEAN HAMILTON,
Dean of Women.

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Correspondence Station ery
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and plain papers
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ONE DAY SALE
COMBINATION
RIBBON AND
STRAW HATS
SATURDAY ONLY
Chic Hlats of ribbon and straw
combinations in all the bright
colors for Spring. Greatly re-
duced, they formerly sold for
much smote.

SRAW
HATS
$2.85

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17 NICKELS ARCADE
Open 'evenings during this sale.

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LEATHER HEELS

WONDERFUL VALUES

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