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SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1926

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TO BENEFIT FUND
Mrs. Vesper Will Entertain Seniors
At Concert. In Interest
Of League Fund

ANNOUNCE MUSICIANS
For 'the Benefit of the University of
Michigan league building fund, Mrs.
H-annah T. Vosper, 1624 Hill street, is
giving a May day fete in the ballroom
of the Union on Saturday, May 1. She
7'will be assisted in the entertaining
by 50 Ann Arbor women who will
take charge of the groups of guests
x and help pour.
Invitations will be sent to all or-
ganized houses asking the senior wo-
men to attend, in caps and gowns, as
the guests of the A. A. U. W. Other
University women interested in at-
tending will be able to get tickets from
orther Norma Bicknell Mansfield, '26,
orEvelyn Murray, '27, both of whom
are on the list of assistants. A
charge of 75 cents is being made.
A musical program on which Joseph
Sainton and Madame Ethelyn Lewis
will appear has been arranged. Sain-
ton, who is from Toledo, will bring
a number of his students to assist'
him. He is a graduate of the Kon-
servatorium at Leipsic, following.
which he remained there as one of the
assistant. conduc tors under Nikisch.
He was the conductor of the Bright-
on symphony orchestra in England for
a number of years. For the two sea-;
sons he conducted municipal sym-
phony concerts in Minneapolis, later
coming to Toledo where he has con-
Kducted an orchestra, produced a num-
ber of .light operas, and maintained
a studio for the coaching of operati -
parts. Sainton conducted for FritzI
Kreisler in his appearance as soloist
in England and also with PadereWski.1
His program will be announced later.

Dormitories To
Cooperate With
ILeague Committee
Betsy Barbour house and Helen
Newberry residence are cooperating
with the undergraduate campaign comn-
mnittee in giving a lawn fete in the
space between the two dormitories
Saturday, May 15. According to the
plan of the committee, the time from
1 3 to 5 o'clock will be spent in bridge,
tea and entertainment. There will be
stunts revived from the Junior Grls'
play given on the porches.
The evening will be devoted to danc-!
ing in Betsy Barbour house. This l
part of the entertainment will be con-
ducted as a jitney dance, each dance
being 10 cents per couple. The pro-
ceeds from the lawn fete will be turn-
ed over to the Women's league and
will count on the quota for the new
building.
TOHOLD SECOND ANNUAL
Y, We. Cs A. CONFERENCE1
Preliminary announcement has
been received by the University Y. W.
C. A. concerning the second annual
Olivet conference on economic, inter-
national, racial, and family problems,
which is to be held August 1 to 28
at Olivet. The conference is under
thle auspices of the Fellowship for a
Christian Social Order.
One week will be devoted to each of
the four general themes mentioned
above. There will be two conference
sessions each morning and one each
evening. The afternoons will be left
open for recreation. It is planned co
have from. 12 to 15 leaders. present
each' week who will be prepared to
share their experiences with the dele-
gates and speak from time to time
on the subject under discussion. Lists
of these speakers will be announced
later.

MAK NNOUNCEMENT OF
SPRING SPORT SCHEDUE
Elective classes in archery are be-
ing held now from 4 to 5 Tuesdays
and Thursdays, at Palmer field. Wo-
I men may shoot any time during the
day, however, by seeing Miss Janet
Cumming, of the physical education
department, or by calling Elizabeth
Campbell, '28, at 3718. Women are
requested to record their daily scores
'~ieriyon the chart in the field house. A
Unierstyteam will be chosen' each
week from the women making the
highest scores.
More freshmen and seniors are
urged to sign up for the tennis tour-
nament on the poster in Barbour gym-
nasiuin. Tomorrow at' noon is the lat-
est time at which anyone can sign.
The draw will be madec tomorrow
night and posted Tuesday morning,
whn the tournament will actually
begin. The last (lay for the first round
'is Saturday, and it is suggested that
it be played off as soon as possible
in case of poor weather returning.
Last year's canoeing classes did not
meet with much success because of
the haphazard method it was neces-
sary to use in reaching the livery.
This year those in charge of canoeing
hope to make it a more organized
sport. Providing at least 24 women
will sign up, a special bus will be
obtained by the department of physi-
cal education for the purpose of tak-
int them down to the canoe livery at
the river where the classes will start.
A poster will be placed on the bulle-
tin board in Barbour gymnasium for
those who care to elect the canoeing
to sign on. Classes will be held at
4 o'clock on Monday and Wednesday.

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iitumrnae Atr cary
Betsy Barbour house will hold its
annual alumnae party Friday April 30,
at the dormitory, when the present
residents will entertain the members
of the Betsy Barbour alumnae associ-
ation. At least 35 alumnae members
are expected to be present at the va-
rious entertainments planned for the
occasion.
Friday evening's entertainment will
take the form of annual spring formal
in honor of the alumnae guests and
their friends. Over 60 couples will
participate in the affair. The music
will be furnished by "Salty's Seren-
aders."
Saturday night's dinner will be fea-
tured by stunts enacted by the fresh-
man residents of the dormitory. Fol.
lowing dinner a program has been
arranged in the living rooms, that will
terminate in an alumnae meeting. All
arrangements for the week-end have
been made by Dorothy Allison, '27,
social chairman, and Miss Ruby Howe,
social director of Betsy Barbour house.
NEW YORK. -- A loan of $20,000,000
for the government of Argentina has
been arranged.y

INTEREST OF COLLEGESi
Numerous inquiries have been re-
ceived from other colleges concern-
ing the contents and results of Michi-
gan 's revised point system chart used
toregulate women's extra-curricular.
activities. Among the colleges inquir-
ing about the effectiveness of the f
,present system are: the University of
Wisconsin, University of 'Minnesota,
University of Illinois, Western Reserve
college of Cleveland, Northwestern
university, University of Kentucky,
Central Michigan Normal of Mount
Pleasant, and the Junior colleg* of
Grand Rapids.
According to the revised system of
points, the number of women partak--
ing in student activities shows a
marked increase from the 1108 report-
ed in January, to 1149 reported by the
point system committee recently. The
increase in the different classes is:
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iors, 402; and graduates and special
students, 54.
Lucinda Sherwood, '27, member of
the point system committee, in speak-
ing of the newly devised chart said,
".After the publication of the revised
chart, we presented it to each or-
ganized house in house meetings. The
committee felt that this would bring
the women into closer contact with
the purpose of the chart, its construc-
tion, and workings. The members of
hthe committee reported that the larger,
better organized houses were more in-
terested and seemed to know more
about the chart than the smaller
ones."~
NO0TICEl.iS
Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at 4:10
o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall.
Senior Society will meet at 7:15
o'clock tomorrow in the playroomo
Helen Newberry residence.

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IA special meeting of all nietnbers
of Black Quill literary society will be
held at S o'clock Tuesday night at the
regular Black Quill room, in Univer-,
sity hall.
The members of Wyvern are re-
quested to see that the league houtes
assignedl them are supplied with blitte-
books of all sizes.
Fifty women are now gettin'g prof-
liminary work in golf on- Palmer
field. Those wishing instruction M 43
l oin the class that meets at. 4 and .
o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday.
All women interested in the track
meet are urged to report for prise
tice from 4 to " 6 o'clock Tuesday At
Palmer field.'
Members of the freshman leaderships
commission of the Y. W. C. A. will
meet at 4 o'clock Monday in New-
berry hall.
LANSING.- A warning that Motor
bus operators will lose their permits
if drivers exceed the speed imit + f
30 miles fixed by the state publip,
utilities commission was issued today.

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Enjoy the distinction of being recognized as a fashion-
leader, not only first with the newest styles but a con-
noisseur of the smarlest and most exclusive styles. Such
a reputation may be achieved by those who make Mack's
Store their store. :Ihere they find not only fashion's estab-
lishfed modles for each season but all those delightful fads
and frivolities which mlake a woman's wardrobe so inter-
estinug.
Browsing a bout the store, from time to time you
dlelight in fashion's little surprises. For instaince,
the little polka dot frock which will tell you that
polka dots are a smart vogue of the season.'

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$Mothers are always remembering other people. But every
mother loves to be remembered, too. Don't forget your mother
on May ninth.
'Think of a gift that will please her. Think of something that
will carry a compliment with it. Think of something she
will really enjoy.
Fine candy has always been considered a graceful gift for a
lovely lady. And the candy of the Norris Variety Box is fine
enough to please the loveliest of all ladies-Mother.
And for Mothers' Day there is a special box band with a
verse for mothers.
Fresh shipment of Norris Mothers' Day candies just received.
$1 to $10 a package.
A STORE IN EVERY SHlOPPING CYTNTERt
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