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TUES-DAY, MARCh 30, 19260

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Candidates At Unive
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HOLD ELECTIONS
Announcement was ma
the offices of the Women's1
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for next year. Elections
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ANNOUNED FOR
A., LEAGUE AND w A A.

GirlsuOf Physical
Educational Class
Win Indoor Meet'
Junior women of the professional
school of physical education were the

Pictures O acter as did that of last

year, the for-

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league yes-
for offices
will take
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hield in University hll at the league
booth. Votes will be accepted all day.
Nominees for the presidency are as
follows: Dorothy Malcolmson, '27;
Marjorie Miller, '27, and Evelyn Mur-
ray, '27; for vice-president: Margaret
Nichols, '27, and Helen Reece, '27; for
recording secretary: Marion Welles,
x '28, and Marion Van Tyle, '28; for cor-
responding secretary, Margaret Haw-
kins, '28, and Elsie Murray, '28; for
treasurer: Lucy Seeley, '28, and Bar-
t ibara Wheeler, '28. Only one person
is to be voted for for the above posi-
tions.
From the following names, two are
to be v-oted for.. for each position.
Senior representatives, Esther Tuttle,
'27, Katherine Kelder, '27,Caroline
Paul, '27, and Ruth Kahn, '27. Junior
representatives, Betty Nutt, '28, Mary
Bowman, '28, Ellen Groff '28, and Ed-
w'ina'Hogodone, '28. Sophomore rep-
resentatives, Louise Cooley, '29, Mary
Alice Moore, '29, and Cynthia Haw-
kins, '29, and Ellen Grinnell, '29.
Only one for the senior judiciary
council is to be voted for. The candi-
dates are Charlotte Haller, '27, and
Charlene Shiland, '27. Two are to be
voted for in the group of candidates
for the junior judiciary council. The
candidates are Laura Osgood, '28,
Esther Merrick, '28, Alice Kellogg, '28,
and Helen Rutherford, '28.
f , By Thursday pictures of the candi-
dates for president and vice-president
with description of their activities on
campus will be distributed to the dor-
mitories, league houses and sorority
houses, as has been the practice in
past years. Snaps and similar de-
scriptions of the other candidates for
the remaining positions will be posted
in Universty hall near the voting
booth.
The election date has been chang-
ed from April 5 to April 8, when the
W. A. A. and Y. WV. C. A. will also hold
its elections in University hall. In-
stallation of the new officers willi
probably be held Thursday May 0.
The affair will take on the same char-

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Imal installation occuring after a ban- w
quet which. is open to all women on the school, held at 7:30 last night at
.ampodfBarbour gymnasium. The junior class
The new president and the retrng ood ith in frs
1president 'will attend; the: convention scn ih1 ons eir hr
Sof the Wome's.Self Governing associ-with 13 points, and sophomores fourth
ation, whish will be held this year at with 11 points. Judges of the meet
Bloomington, Indiana, April 21 to 2h.sa were Miss Jessie Whitham, of City
The nominations for Y. W. C. A. of- college, Detroit, Miss Ruth Denesha,
ficers have been nmade as follows: of the Detroit public schools, and
president, Cynthia Smith, '27, Anna Miss Georgiana Yocum, of Northern
Arnold, '27, and Sarita Davis, '27; vice high school, Detroit.
president, Josephine, '28, Louise Pig- The first event of the meet was a
gott, '28; secretary, Mary Ann Mae- posture' parade bynthe entire profes-
jRoberts, '27. The second nomination sional school, ending with a circle
will be made at a meeting held this dance. Following the posture parade
afternoon; treasurer, Arlene Uns- was an exhibition of tactics and floor
th,'28ELg, '28. At the work. The junior and senior women=
vreting heldUgisafter oon nomina were led in this event by Irene Field,
tions will be made for new members '27Ed, and Myra Finsterwald, '27Ed,
tons wh l besr mad fornrwhile Miss Laurie Campbell, of the
of the advisory board. I physical education department, com-
presidThe nominations for W. A. A. are: manded the freshmen and sophomores.
: I~arietDonalsonZ The next event was a folk' dance by
Margaret McNally, '27; vice-president, th ehoor cas folwed by
Frances Dunnewind, '27, Lucille t by tohe noras, anod eniors.-Th
Walsh, '27; secretary, Mary Allshouse, !ging by the juniors and seniors. The l
Wals, '27Gseretar, Mary Asoue, i fifth event consisted of two games,
'27Ed, Gertrude Glick, '27; treasurer, "Human Croquet," between the fresh-
Lois Porter, '28, Arlene Unsworth, '28. men and sophomores, won by the
Only W. A. A. members will vote in freshmen, and "Ten Trips," between
the elections, which will be lweld the juniors and seniors, won by the=
Thursday, April 8, at the league booth seniors. All classes joined in the
in University hall. Pictures of the sixth event, an exhibition of natural,
candidates will be posted. dancing. The seventh event, apparatus
work, was won by the freshmen, with
To Hold Pageant the juniors second, and the sopho-
mores third. The track relay, the
Poster Contest fnext event, was won by the juniors
and seniors.

IMISS DINERS SPEAKS TO
YiTI.C.A.OGANIZATIONS
Miss Anna Qwers,' Y W C. A. per-
sonnel director; fronr the national
beaird of the Y. W. C A in New York,
spoke to the members ,of the cahinet,
advisory board and new leadership
conmission at a joint nmeting held at
Betsy B~arbour house yesterday after-,
noon. Miss Owers is visiting inAnn
Arbor for the purpose of interview-
ing women interested in se'cretarial
work of the Y. W. C. A.
Miss Owers spoke at the meeting of
the nurses branch of the Y. W. C. A.
last night in Couzens hall and has
given talks in several sociology class-
es, stressing the need of studying from
a social -service standpoint. She has
been a guest at Helen Newberry resi-
dence during her visit in Ann Arbor,
and was guest at Martha Cook build-
ing at dinner last evening.
Miss Owers stressed the need of
qualifications for this work in the Y.

NOTICES
There will be a meeting of the W.
A. 'A.board at 7 o'clock today at
Betsy Barbour house.
The costume committee of the fresh-
man pageant will meet at 3 o'clock
tomorrow in Barbour gymnasium.,
Every freshman woman eligible to
work on the pageant will be taxed
one dollar. This must be pail before
tomorrow night. A table will be in ,
the basement of Barbour gymnasium
to receive the money.
Athletic managers who signed up
for the intramural swimming meet
will meet at 4 o'clock today at Bar-
gour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of the com-
mittee for the intramural swimming]
meet at 3:30 o'clock today at Barbour
gymnasium.
WI. C. A., and said that one of the es-
sentials was that a secretary should
have a belief in women.

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beginning this week. There will be a
meeting of the poster committee and
all those interested at 4 o'clock tomor-
row at Barbour gymnasium. The con-
test =will continue until the Tuesday
after vacation, April 20.
Originality and workmanship as
well as relationship to th'e subject will
be taken into consideration in judging
the'posters. Those contemplating en-
trance into this contest are advised to
familiarize themselves with the story
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Announcing the Opening
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Arcade.
Carfrying the Cood New Books
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