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WE'DNESDAYi, MARCH 103, 19326

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Juniors Win First
1 Interlass Gamel

With both teams playing a fastf
game, the juniors defeated the sen-
iors with a score of 29 to 24 Tues-
Discuss Questions Concerning cday afternoon in the first of the inter-
TO ss class basketball games to be played
Relation Of Y. W. To Campus this season. For the first half, the
At Conference score was alternately in favor of each
I team, and the playing varied between
HOLD SOCIAL MEETING tthe two ends of the court. In the sec-
and h-alf, however, the junior score be-
Delegates to the National conven- gan to pile up, resulting in their vic-I
tion of the Y. W. C. A. which is to be ory.
F Plorence Foster of the junior team
held April 21 and 22 in Milwaukee, made 21 of the 29 points, while Norma
Wis., will be elected at a general Barlow made 22 of the senior points.
meeting of the association next Wed- The score at the end of the first half#
Si stood 17 to 18 with the seniors in theI
nesday afternoon. The meeting is to lead. The game was refereed by Dr.f
take the form of a social gathering Margaret Bell, professor of physical
to which all members are invited. Ar- education and it was umpired by Miss
lene Unsworth, '23, is general chair- Laurie Campbell of the department of
man of the party. physical education.
According to a pamphlet received in

WOUMEN TO SUBSCRIBE
TO POLITICAL MAAZIN
Starting today, the drive for sub-
scriptions to the "Woman Citizen" will
be carried on by the local group of
the League of Women Voters and will
be continued for the next 30 days. The
plans for this campaign will be com-
.pleted at a meeting of the organiza-
tion at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
the Athena room on the fourth flo)r
of Angell hall.
A committee of 10, the five officers
and five other women, to be appoint-
ed by Dorothy Cline, '26, president of
the organization, will be responsible
I for 100 subscriptions, 10 apiece, which
at $2 each, will net $100 to be used)
in sending the delegates from this uni-
versity to the convention at St. Louis
in April. There will be a woman at
each of the large dormitories, and a
booth in Angell hall will be open from
3 to 2 o'clock each day, beginning to-
day.
Women of the town as well as thp

Riding Tickets NOTICES I
Placed On Sale
IThere will be a meeting of fresh-
Riding tickets for the Mullison men women interested in the annual
pageant at 5 o'clock today in New-
stables are again on sale by the un- berry hall at which the chairman of
dergraduate campaign committee. The the Freshman Pageant will be elected.
tickets are the same price as in the Women wanting to play the traps
fall, $5 for six one-hour rides. They omn wninsto pa the tr-p
or any wind instrument in the Wo-
are transferrable so that two or morems
peole an o ogeherinthepur ;men's league orchestra please call
people can go together in the pur- Margaret Purdy, 7717.
chase of a club ticket. Mr. Guy L. T
Mullison, owner of the stables has of- There will be a meeting of the
fered to give the Women's league $1 executive committee of the League of
for every $5 ticket sold during the j Women Voters at 3:15 o'clock today
spring season. in the Blue room of Martha Cook
building.
stud nts who are interested in it will There will be a meeting of those
be approached by the group, although interested in the League of Women
there will be no house to house can-
vass. Further plans for raising money
for the delegates is to be discussed at
a meeting of the executive committee Make your party dis-
this afternoon, at which Miss Anne I tinctive using our
Whitson, State Secretary will be pres-
ent. Entertainments in the form of place cards, nut cups
debates and lectures will probably bea tallies.
considered. anda
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade

Toters at 4:15 o'clo'k today in the 'play at 3 o'clock
Athena room on the fourth floor of gymnasium.

Angell hall.
Social service committee of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4
o'clock tomorrow in Newberry ball.
The University Girls' Glee club will
Imeet at 4:45 o'clock today in the
School of Music.
There will be a meeting of the
central committee of the Junior Girls'

Rehearsals for Junior Girls' play
today will be as follows: Chorus H
and L at 4 o'clock; chorus N and E
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. At 7
o'clock tonight choruses A, B, C, and
D will rehearse in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

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the office, some of the questions to be
taken up at the convention are: the
benefits of the local organization, the
relation it bears to public questions
and other relationships to college and1
community life. Various groups in
the Michigan organization are sub-
mitting other questions for discus-,
sion.
Last year the convention was held
at New York and four members from
Ann Arbor attended. It includes all
of the city and college organizations
in the country, Cynthia Smith, '26, is
chairman of the conference committee.
The city branch of the Y. W. C. A.
will hold their elections at their regu-
lar'meeting on March 24.
Eliminate Houses
From Tournament

'TOLEDO ALUMNAE AID
iIN FINANE CAMPAIGN

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Toledo alumnae of the University of
Michigan are cooperating with the
other chapters of the alumnae assoc-
iation in its endeavor to raise the re-
maining $500,000 on the league build-
ing fund. 'there are more than 100
members of the association in Toledo
and 50 of them met at a luncheon at
the City Club Saturday to discuss fur-
ther plans for their campaign. Mrs.S
W. D. Henderson, executive-secretary
of the alumnae council, spoke to them
about the plans which have been made
at the central office to help chapters
outside of Ann Arbor.
A second shipment of the Michigan
playing cards that were so popular in
Ann Arbor before the holidays has
been ordered and the Toledo women
placed a large order for them.

Jersey Sport
Frocks for Early

Spring

Wear

A Jersey Frock is the ideal
frock for every occasion. Com-
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priate for school room, and
charming for street wear. Tail-
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the colors of Spring.
We have them at a wide
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High-Rack Leather Arm Rocker
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A restful Rocker for the evening fireside! Covered
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Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa
Delta earned the right to remain in
the intramural basketball tournament
by defeating , their opponents ChiI
Omega and Betsy Barbour in the elim-j
ination games played Monday after-1
noon. The scores were: Kappa Kappa
Gamma-29, Chi Omega-13, and Kap-
pa Delta-48, Betsy Barbour-2.
Winners of Monday's intramural
games, Sigma, Kappa, Delta Gamma,,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Kappa Del.,
ta, will play off the next round of thef
tournament at 4 o'clock Friday, and
the winners of the games to be play-!
ed this afternoon will complete their
second round at 5 o'clock Friday.
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Facial Culture-
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While in Toledo, Mrs. Henderson in-
terviewed Mr. Paul Leidy who is pres-
ident of the Men's alumni association
of that city. Mr. Leidy stated that the
Michigan men of Toledo were behind
the drive for the Women's league
building and invited Mrs. Henderson
to speak before the asscoiation there
at a luncheon to be held Saturday,
March 26, to explain to the men the
exact position of the women in their
campaign and the need of a building
such as the one proposed for the
Michigan campus.
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