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ZONE IX AND XII
TICTORS IN MEET,

RapPa Kappa Gamma Wis Second, pi
Beta Phi Third, and Alpha
Phi Third Piaiec
FIVE EVENTS ENTERED

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Zone IX and XII combined were
the winners of the intramural swim-
ming meet held last night at the Y.
M. C. A. pool. Their score was 48.5,
while Kappa Kappa Gamma came in
second with 33 points. Pi Beta Phi
and Alpha Phi were third.
The meet included five events, the
first being a free style race which was
won by Jessica Nixon, '27, with thel
crawl. A race in the back stroke was
the next event in which Anne Zauer,
'29, and Jessica Nixon, '27, tied for
first place; Alleen Miller, '27, was
third, Esther Wood, '27, was fourth.
Irene Field, '27, won first place in the
diving event, with Anne Zauer, '29,
second, and Margaret Breer, '28, third.
Relay race was won by Zones IX and
XII. Kappa Kappa Gamma held sec-
and place and Delta Zeta third place.
The comic race, consisting .of an elim-
ination race back and forth across
the width of the pool, was won by
Ellen Johnson, '27. Doris Selleck, '27,1
came in second.
Judges for the meet were Dr. Mar-1
garet Bell, Miss B. Louise Patterson,
and Miss Annis Hall. The scorer was
Mary Allshouse, '27, while the timers
were Miss Ruth Figge, Miss Pauline
Hodgson, Miss Ethel McCormick, and3
Miss Janet Cumming.j
For every article for sale. there isi
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Annual Banquet
Closes Year For
Symphonic League'
The faculty and students of thea
School of Music were entertained lastj
night by the members of the Sym-
phonic league at their annual ban-
quet at the Michigan Union. The
[program following the dinner included
several songs by a quartet from the
University Girls' Glee club and by
.Barre Hill. The speakers program
followed the plan of a trip abroad, a
member from each class carrying out
one stage of the voyage in his talk.
Professor Earl V. Moore of the School
of Music, the last speaker on the pro-
gram gave an account of his recent
trip in Europe.
Jeanette Emmons, '26, toastmistress,
in bringing the program to a. close,
completed the activities of the Sym-
phonic league for this year.
MISS SCHOEDLER1 TO TALK
AT BASETBALL SUPPER
Miss Lillian Schoedler, executive
secretary of N. A. A. F. will be the
principal speaker at the annual bas-
ketball supper, which will be held at
6:30 o'clock tomorrow night at Joe[
Parker's. Miss Schoedler will speak
of her work in the field of women's
athletics. Margaret McNally, '27, cap-
tain of the Kappa Delta basketballf
team, this year's winners of the intra-
mural tournament, will be another
speaker, and Alice Felske, '27Ed, will
give a short talk.
Guests will include class teams and
the two intramural teams reaching
the finals. Awards will be presented
by Louise Roberts, 26Ed, chairman of
the W. A. A. point system committee.

1OR6ANIZE CHALOT
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Michigan men and women of Char-
lotte, Michigan met last week Thurs-
day to organize an alumni association
in that city. Mrs. F. F. Flaherty,
chairman of the women's group in
Charlotte has been doing some very
active work toward the formation of
this group as well as on the work for
the new Women's league building.
Thursday, every Michigan woman in
Charlotte was called on, and the work
of the league was explained in detail.
That night more than 40 people met
for the organization of the new club.
Judge Bowles presided and Mr. T.
Hawley Tapping was present and ad-
dressed the company. Registrar Ira
M. Smith was also present and talked
on the new admission rulings. Mrs.
W. D. Henderson, executive secretary
of the alumnae council, explained the
Women's league building project, and
the new organization composed of
both the men and women graduates of
the university agreed to make the
league building their main interest un-
til such time as it was completed.
Second semester freshmen women
wishing to try out for membership in
the Black Quill literary society, who
have at least one( grade of A or B
and none lower than C for their first
semester's work, may have until this
Friday to turn in their tryout material.
All manuscripts must be in the Black
Quill box in Barbour gymnasium not
later than this Friday at noon.
Proceeds from the sale of collars
conducted by the members of Senior
society netted a profit of $52 which
has been turned over to the Women's
league building fund by the treasurer,
Ingrid Alving, '26.

to attend the Schoolmasters' conven-
tion, will address the women of the
professional school of physical edu-
cation at 9 o'clock this morning in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
"The purpose of the 'N. A. A. F. is
to establish women's athletics on a I
sound basis," said Miss Schoedler,
speaking of her work in the organiza-
tion, "and to encourage participation
in athletics by all girls and women,
not to exploit a chosen few. We are
trying to build up a sane constructive
program of athletics for women and
girls, planned with their special needs
and conditions in view. Athletics for
women has been too much copied from
men's athletics, sometimes even re-
taining the same rules for the games."
-The women's division of the N. A.
A. F. was organized in April, 1923, by'
representatives of women's organiza-
tions throughout the country who
realized the need for a standardizing
agency in the field of women's and

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NOTICES
There will be a meeting of the ccn
tral committee of the Junior Girls'
play at 3 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium.
The department of efficiency in gov-
ernment of the League of Women
Voters will meet at 7:15 o'clock to.
night in the Athena room.

Members of the first and second
reshman basketball squads will meet
n Barbour gymnasium at 4 o'clock
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The social service committee of the
Y. W. C. A. will meet today at 4
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