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TUESDAY, FE$RUARY 9, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALUMNI STAFF TO
BE REORGANIZED
yrsIW. D: Henderson To Assume Dut-
ies Of Executive Secretary
After Feb. 23
TO RELIEVE DEAN
Change in the Organization of the
Alumnae office will be made Feb. 23
r when Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of
-women, will give over all responsi-
bility connected with the League
building campaign to Mrs. W. D. Hen-{
derson, newly appointed executive
secretary.
The reorganization, according to
S Mrs. Shirley W. Smith,' head of the
Alumnae council, comes at the re-
quest of President Clarence Cook Lit-
tle who believed -the duties of the
dean of women were now too exacting
to allow her to continue with the lea-
gue work. Miss Hamilton was placed
temporarily in charge of the alumnae
campaign for the League building dur-
ing the administration of the late Pres-
ident Marion L. Burton. "When the
appointment was made," stated Mrs.
Smith, "it was not expected to be
t, permanent." The entire staff of the
alumnae office will be changed at the
end of the month. Miss Mary B. Jen-
kins, who was executive secretary this
year, will resign and Mrs. Henderson
will appoint her own staff of assist-
ants.
Since Mrs. Henderson is giving
part time service as assistant direc-
tor of the extension office she could
T accept work for the campaign only for
half time until June. In the fall she
will give her entire time to league
work. Miss Hamilton will remain in
the offipce until Feb. 23 to complete
unfinished business and Mrs. Hender-
son will assume charge on Feb. 24.
Miss Hamilton will move her office
from Alumni Memorial hall to Barbour
gymnasium where she will resume full
charge of her duties as dean of wom-
en, partly fulfilled by. Mrs. A. S. Ho-
bart during Miss Hamilton's work on
the alumnae council. No change in
the assistants of the office of the dean
of women will be made according to
Miss Hamilton.

Announce Leagues FORMULATE FINAL PLANS
For Intramural
Basketball Games! FORMEMBERSHIP ORIYE

To Demonstrate
Blindfold Chess
At Bridge Party
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NOTICES

Practices for the 31 teams who have
signed up for intramural basketball
will be held this week, and the games
will begin next week. The teamsI
have been divided into eight leagues,
according to playing time. Eachj
team will play every other team in'
the league, and the winners of the
different leagues will then play in an
elimination tournament to decide the
intramural championship team.-
The leagues are:
Monday, 4 o'clock: Zone 7 vs. Phi
Sigma Sigma; Gamma Phi Beta vs.
Zeta Tau Alpha. 5 o'clock: Adelia
Cheever vs. Zone 4; Alpha Omicron
Pi vs. Martha Cook. 7:15 o'clock:
Couzens Hall vs. Zone 14; Betsy Bar-
bour.
Wednesday, 4 o'clock: Alpha Chi
Omega vs. Kappa Alpha Theta; Delta
Gamma vs. Alpha Xi Delta. 5 o'clock:
Pi Beta Phi vs. Kappa Delta; Theta
Phi Alpha vs. Alpha Gamma Delta.
7:15 o'clock: Zone 5 vs. Alumnae
house; Helen Newberry vs. Sigma
Kappa.
Friday, 4 o'clock: Delta Zeta vs.
Zones 1 and 6; Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.
Chi Omega. 5 o'clock: Alpha Epsilon
Iota vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Delta
Delta Delta vs. Alpha Phi.
This week all practices scheduled
for Monday will be held the same time
on Wednesday, and Friday's practices
will be held Saturday morning, due to
the W. A. A. party which will be given
Friday afternoon. Any team wishing
extra practice is referred to Miss
Pauline Hodgson, of the physical edu-
cation department.
No woman will be allowed to prac-
tice or play in the intramural series
if she has not received this year a
satisfactory heart and lung examina-
tion. The Health service is open for
these examinations any day from 3
to 5 o'clock.
A default will be declared for any
team not appearing for the game with-
in 15 minutes of the scheduled time.
It is recommended that all teams have
distinguishing colors. Each team is
responsible for a time keeper and a
score keeper.

Allwoen akng 4Arrangements for W e annual care
All women taking part in the an- party to be given by the local branch
nual undergraduate campaign for life of the A. A. U. W. at 2.30 o'clock
membership in the Women's league at- Wednesday afternoon and 8 o'clock at
tended a mass meeting helk) at 4 Inight have been completed. As a new
o'clock yesterday in the corrective feature chess tables will be arranged
room of Barbour gymnasium. Dean I at the home of Dr. Wilbert Hinsdale
Jean Hamilton attended the meeting, and Mrs. Hinsdale at 716 Forest ave-
Margaret Nichols, '27, addressed the nue, where Prof. Lewis Karpinski of
women and gave final directions for the department of Mathematics, willj
the house to house canvass to be car- give a demonstration of simultaneous

ried on from today to Friday. An
intensive campaign will be held this
week, and team captains will be ex-
pected to see every woman on campus
personally. A subsequent campaign
will be carried on next week. A skit
representing the types of women thatI
will be met with during the campaign
was presented at the meeting, ands
helped in the general purposeaof
arousing a spirit of enthusiasm in the,
work.
Florence Probst, '26, is the winner
of the poster contest held in connec-
tion with the campaign. Miss Probst's
poster, which represents a visualiza-
tion of a corridor in the League build-
ing, will' be put on display in
Graham's book store,
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or blindfold play. Those who wish to
play are requested to take their chess-
men and boards. An invitation has
been extended to those who wish to
witness the game to come as visitors.
Since publishing the list of hostess-
es some changes have been made.
Mrs. F. N. Waldron and Mrs. Herman
Kleene will assist Mrs. Joseph Bursley
during the afternoon. Mrs. J. C.
Christianson, Mrs. William P. Wood,
and Mrs. Walter Waltz, will be assist-
ants at the home of Mrs. W. D. Hen-
derson. Mrs. William Frayer and Mrs.
Clifford Woody will assist Mrs. Otto
Haisley.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classilieds.

Newberr'y Ha~ll
February pledges to the Y. W. C.
A. are now payable.
Barbour Gymnnasium
Rehearsals for the Junior Girl's
play for today are as follows: at 5
o'clock Chorus 1 in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, and the group X in the
parlors; at 4 o'clock Fantastique Bal-
let in Sarah Caswell Angall hall; at
7:30 o'clock the cast of act I in the
parlors and Chorus I in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
All women in the board of repre-
sentatives picture call at the League
office to see that they have been cor-
rectly identified.
Miscellaneous
Sophomores interested in trying out
for the Michiganensian staff report
for typing after 2 o'clock this after-
noon.
Miss Annis Hall will teach a swim-
ming class for all women at 4 o'clock
Mondays and Wednesdays at Barbour
gymnasium.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.
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Modes
Formals, Street Dresses, etc.
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Enrollment For Tryouts To Start
Second Semester For Class Teams
Increased By 64 ft bb
I Practices for interclass basketball
There are 52 entering women Ihis will start this afternoon at Barbour
semester and 12 who have returned ynasium. All freshmen and sopho-
after an absence of one or more se- mores plan ling to try out for the
mesters, making a total of 6. Of te:s must report at 4 o'clock, and
those who have registered for the first junior and senior women at 5 o'clock,
time this semester 22 are freshmen; ,as it is absolutely necessary for those
12 are sophomores; nine, juniors; who wish to make the teams to attend
faur seniors; and flue, special. the first few practices, according to
Although the majority of these are ,'' Laurie Campbell, of the physical
from Michigan and nearby cities, the education department. All women who
western part of the country is wellImaintai uregular .University eligibility
represented. Oregon, California, lon iare eligible to try out for the class
tana, Utah, Texas, and Panama are teams, whether or not they have
all represented. signed up for practices on the poster
i Barbour gymnasium. Women may
lplay on both interclass and intra-
SAN CRISTOBAL, Venezuela.-Ileld mural teams' this year. First and
together by special knots used by the secomd squads will be chosen, and a
natives, a suspension bridge over the double schedule of gaInes will be play-
Rio Uribante, near here, with a span ed oif.
522 feet long, was built without nails, Graduate women who are interest-
screws, rivets or bolts. ed in forming a team are requested to
communicate at once with Frances
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Here Are The Socks

That Men Are Talking About
Unusual hosiery values that are 'the talk of the town, are of-
fered in this great Sale of Hosiery. You'll be well pleased
with the socks awaiting you at prices that only special quan-
tity purchase makes so low.
Good Hose at 23c pr.
Men are buying these .by the dozen? Silk and wooli hose and
pure silk styles in checks and plaids at only 23c a pair.
Silk and Wool Hose 45c pr.
Novelty colors and patterns that appeal to men. Silk and wool
hose as well as pure silk, slightly irregular, bet real value at
15c a pair.
Novelty Hose 39c pr.
Here's an extraordinary good hose! VWoIl and lisle hose in
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