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SU'NDAY, MARCI 14, ,92

THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y. V. Gives Dolls -
As Easter Gift
ToSick Children,
LEAGE BULDIG' pansTS~C~h~li~C IN TOURNEY
are being made by the social gma Kappa, Kap
service cormttee of the University Siga Kpa
Swnuing Pool, Theater, Kitchenette! YsWvc.A.itofae asersmorDelta Delta, and Zone
And Cuhb Rooms To Be athecildrenEatt e semi-finals of the intr
Included In Building versity hospital by dressing dolls ball tournament, to
which will be sent to them a few days o .lo k tomorrow at 1
STIL NEE $50,000 befoe Eater ium. The winners of
T0beforeEasterpa-Kappa Delta andt
Similar work was done by the com- Delta-Zone 7 games v
Committees and officers of the va- !mittee at Christmas time when they the finals of the tow
rious women's organizations on the made more than 75 dolls and more will be played off WE
campus are meeting this week to de- than 50 scrap books for the hospital This year a differe
cide upon the amount of room they children. Next week the work shop used in running oft
will need in the new Women's league at Newberry hall will be open and the tournament than has b
building. Mrs. Edward D. Pomerey, committee will be glad to have any vious years at Michig
who for many years was national university women come in to work or starting out with an e
chairman of the alumnae council, is take the work home with them. Each nament, the 31 teams
now working with Pond and Pond, member of the committee is dressing for intramural basketi
Chicago architects, who have the con- a number of dolls. One of the com- ed into eight leagues,
tract for the new building. Mrs. Pom- mittee member will be in the office each. Each team in ea
erey has written that as soon as defl- at Newberry hall every day this week. ed every other team
nite figures are available the plans The dolls to be dressed are small three games in all. I
can be -completed and will be for- and before they are taken to the hos- cording to Miss Pauli
warded to Ann Arbor to be put on ex- pital they will be put in small boxes. the physical education
hibition. Extra material will be sent with the (lifferent teams were
According to the plans of the alum- dolls so that any childrpn who are so quickly, and were
nae council, the original plans will be able to sew will have the opportunity. more fairly, as well a
followed closely except for necessary pleasure from the cont

FINALS
THIS WEEKI
pa Delta, Delta4
7 will enter the
amural basket-
be held at 4!
Barbour gymna-j
the Sigma Kap-I
the Delta Delta.
will compete in
rnament which
ednesday. I
nt system was
the intramural
een used in pre-
an. Instead of
limination tour-
who signed up
ball were divid-
of four teams
ach league play-
in the league,

Glee Club Gives NOTICES
Concert Program ----
Honor council will meet at 4 o'clock
Following a piano recital by Miss Mondaymin Baboresymnau.
Nell B. Stockley, S. of M., the Uni- All women interested in League of
versity Girls' Glee club will give a two the luncheon Thursday noon at Green
part program in the regular Faculty Tree Inn.
Concert at Hill auditorium at 2:45TL
o'clck tday.Committee of the League of Women
One number of the first group will Voters, studying the Child Welfare
be a part from the Russian Fairy question will meet at 4:30 o'clock
Opera, while in the second group will Tuesday in the Athena Rooms, fourth
fr of Ane- hal.
be sung Nocturne with violin obligato, Commitee of the League of Women
and The Song of the Seasons by Haw-
Icy. Voters dealing with Education will
eThe University Girls' Glee club is meet Monday at 4:30 o'clock in the
Athena Rooms, fourth floor of Angell
composed of 60 women from tihe Uflil- h1
versity and School of Music directed Chairmen of the Freshman pg
by Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the fac-_Charmen___ _heFreshmanpageant
nulty of the School of Music.
ta Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, Helen lNew- M e u p y -
berry, Alpha Gamma Delta, Zon 7, a e your party dlS-
Delta Zeta, and Alumnae house. In tinctive by using our
the first round of the tournament theAj
i c a h a I-- 1 place cards5 nut c sii7

will meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow, in The 18th biennial convention of the
the playroom of Betsy Barbour house. z General Federation of Women's clubs
Senior Society will meet at 7:15 will be held in Atlantic City May 24-
o'clock tonight in the playroom of June 5. The states of Pennsylvania
Helen Newberry residence. and New Jersey are to be joint host-
There will be a sale of collars in esses, and the entire steel pier at At-
charge of the Senior Society on Tues- lantic City will be given over to the
day and Wednesday near the candy activities of the convention for a per-
booth in University hall, iod of 13 days.

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changes. There will be several large
parlors, a series of smaller ones and P1W
a library designed expressly for the U O
us fundergraduate women. Coin-,
plete facilities for every women's or- ITH OTHER COLLEGES
ganization are planned, including
space for a swimming pool to be com-
pleted at some future date and a small During the past week the rifle team
theater. The theater will be primari- fired one of the largest programs it
ly for women's dramatics but will be has had. The opposing teams were
available to outside interests which from the following colleges: Okla-
will furnish a part of the income of homa Agricultural and Mechanical
the building. college, University of Cincinnati, Uni-
Combined with the facilities for un- versity of Nebraska, George Washing-
dergraduates, there will be a suite of ton university, Fairmont college, Uni-
parlors for alumnae headquarters and versity of Nevada, University of Idaho,
at least 30 sleeping rooms for mem- and University of Illinois. The win-
bers not in school. A cafeteria and ner of the matches will be determined
kitchenettes will be included so that as soon as the scores are sent out
the building will be complete in every from these schools. Anne Wheeler,
detail. - '26, Frances Huff, '26, Gertrude Ben-
It is planned to construct the whole ham, '28, Frances Gorsline, '26, and
building at once and to abandon all Maurine Jones, '27, were those of the
plans of builtling a section with the Michigan team who had the highest
idea of adding more wings later. This record for the shooting. Michigan's
will cut down the expenses in the long 1 total score was thus brought up to
run and will make the building more 1,395.
of a unit when the rooms are all fin- In the matches of the preceding
ished. For this project, $600,000 are week, the team won one, lost two and
needed for the building itself, $150,000 received the fourth by forfeit. The
for equipment and furnishings, and results were: Michigan-956, Michi-
$250,000 for endowment. This will gan State college--949; Michigan-451,
hot indlude the swimming pool which University of Maryland-499; Michi-
will have to come later. gan-481, Gettysburg college-486;
Of this amount there is still to be Michigan-481, University of Oregon--
raised $500,000 in the remaining year forfeit.
and three months before the commit-
tee is planning on breaking ground. O PAYTOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

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the league season,
h the highest recor
re chosen to enter
rnament.
the following team
mination tournamen
, Alpha Omicron P
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Kappa Gamma, E
ppa Delta, Martha C

n this way, ac- results were Delta Gamma, 35, Alpha
ne Hodgson, of Omicron Pi, 18; Sigma Kappa, 16, Zeta
department, the Tau Alpha, 10; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
not eliminated 29, Chi Omega, 13; Kappa Delta 4.5,
able to compete Betsy Barbour, 2; Delta Delta Delta,
s deriving more 31, Martha Cook 12; Helen Newberry,
test. At the end 10, Alpha Xi Delta, 5; Zone 7, 20, Al-
the two teams pha Gamma Delta, 16; Alumnae house,
d in each league 24, Delta Zeta 17.
the elimination The results of the second round of
intramural games, which ,decided
s entered the which teams will enter the semi-finals
nt: Delta Gain- are: Sigma Kappa, 22, Delta Gamma,
i, Zeta Tau Al- 11; Kappa Delta, 29, Kappa Kappa
hi Omega, Kap- Gamma, 5; Delta Delta, 28, Helen
Betsy Barbour, Newberry, 11; Zone 7, 18, Alumnae,
Cook, Delta Del- house, 14.1

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You are going to be glad for every bit of
apparel you find it necessary to buy this Spring,
because there are so many fascinating new
modes to choose from.
For every hour of the day, there's a new
springtime fashion to meet it. Clothes for sports,
for afternoon tea, for dinner, for dancing. Each
a dream of simplicity. And Paris smartness.
Frocks, coats, suits, hats. With the correct
accessories--gloves, footwear, handbags, scarfs,
jewelry. Choose here and now-and the chic of

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A dainty detail of the springtime
frock is a lovely frill of a hand-
kerchief trimmed in lace or bright-
ly embroidered. Some are clev- -1
erly hand painted. SurprisingW
what a dash of color will do.

SThere is Dancing every night at JOE PARKERtS
CAFE from 6 to 8:30--on Tuesday night from
6:30 to 10:15. Special Sunday Dinners-Fried
chicken and steaks. 1 Eat at "JOE PARKER'S"
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