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LAWN FETE TO AID0 °i Lamibda Theta
WO E'SLMbds Initiaation
Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-
tional sorority initiated its new mem-
bers at 6 o'clock Friday night in the
U6lerradute.Campi nCommtte red room of Martha Cook dormitory.
Undergraduate Campaign Committee Immediately after the initiation cere-
Aid Doritories Take Charge mony a banquet was given at the
Of Social LiCent Green Tree Inn in honor of them. The
new members are: Anna Arnold, '27,
APPOINT COMMITTEES ° Genevieve Buell, '27, Laura Craft, '27,
Mildred Brescher, '27, Leah Hazard,
Plans are being completed for the '27, Louise Humphreys, '27, Irene
lawn fete to be given Saturday, May Field, '27, Lucille Groff, '27Ed, Helen'
15, on the lawn between Helen New- Campbell, '29, Margaret Lord, '27,1

Ierry residence and Betsy Barbour
house. Committees appointed by the
heads of the dormitories are taking
charge of the affair with the assist-
ance of the undergraduate campaign
From 3 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
tea will be served on the lawn. There
will be tables for bridge which may
be reserved ahead of time or engaged
at the party. There will be stunts
d from the Junior Girls' play given on
the porches of the dormitories and
other entertainment provided by the
Women's league orchestra.
The evening will be given over to
a dance to be held at Betsy Barbour
house. .The dance will be.amanaged
5. on the jitney system, each dance cost-
ing ten cents a couple.
It has been several years since an
affair of this kind has been given in
Ann Arbor and the novelty of the en-
tertainments promise to make it an
enjoyable occasion. The money will
go into the undergraduate campaign
fund for the new Women's league
building which is to be started in
June 1927.
Alumnae To Meet
With Pan hellenic
Panhellenic will hold a meeting for
their alumnae at 4 o'clock Tuesday
at the Delta Gamma house. This is
"he last big meeting of the year, and
a special. program based on the Pan
,iellepic creed has been planned. Tea
.will be served at the conclusion of
the program. Margaret Eaton, '27, is
chair'man of the affair.
More than 115 women made use of
the Union pool during the past week.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

Helen Knox, '27Ed, Clara Menger,
grad., Ruth Trice, '27, Mary Lou Press-
ler, '27Ed, Dorothy Feeber, '27, and
- Edith Woollett, '26Ed.

Additional and finalt
be held for the Senior
,from 3:30 to 5 o'clockc
Newberry hall auditori
tire cast has not beenc
and many parts are stil
"The Glass Slippers
Themselves" is the nam
act play chosen for th
Stanley Lowe, who is
1 production, has planned
eight rehearsals, andt
work on the play in th
of the rehearsals will co
aminations, and the s
after examinations.
Committees have bee
ite chairman, Marguari
x'26. They are as folk
chairmen of the proper
are Arlene Ewing and
Edythe Rinveault, an
Strauss are co-chairme
tume committee. Assist
bers of the main commi
Gladden, Helen Stair, Li
gail Noon, and Josephin
Patronize Daily Adv

TO HOLD Dean's Office He
Women To Ma)
Through the efforts of Miss Grace1
tryouts are to Richards of the office of the dean of
Women's play women many suggestions have been
on Tuesday in compiled for the vacation plans of the
um. The en- Oriental women on the Michigan cam-
chosen as yet, pus. Miss Richards realized last year
L1 available. that the provision for summer vaca-
That Broke tions presented a very real problem to
ne of the one- Ithe Oriental women who are here
is year. Mrs. from year to year and have no defi-
directing the nite place to stay during the summer
to have only recess. She; therefore, began gather-
to finish the ing material from the directors of
is time. Four camps and summer resorts that may
)me before ex- prove useful to those women who have
ame number nothing definite in mind.
Letters have been sent to the Orien-
in selected by I tal women informing them of this
ite Ainsworth, move, and also of the fact that a fold-
ows: the co- er of the information received is at
rty committee Miss Richard's desk for their conveni-
Ruth Rankin; ence.-
nd Elizabeth Some of the replies are from the
n of the cos- Chicago Y. W. C. A. Foyer, which be-
ting the mem- Icause of its central location makes a
ttee are Doris convenient transfer point, or perma-
lila Zang, Abi- nent summer residence. Rooms are
e Weiler. 75 cents a night and $4 a week. Meals
- A . can be secured individually or by the
'ertlsers.-Adv. week. The Y. W. C. A. also runs sum-

fps Oriental'
ke Summer Plans
mer camps which may be of interest
to some students. One located near
New Buffalo, Michigan, known as For-
est Beach camp, is for young business
women and is described as being situ-t
ated in the Dunes of Lake Michigan.
This camp provides for 150 guests
and reservations must be sent in soon
to assure accommodation.
For the student who is not interest-
ed in spending the coming summer as
a vacation, an effort has been made toj
secure information about work in sum-
mer resorts, and light work in hospi-
tals. Information has been secured
from the University Hospital and from
Grace Hospital in Detroit.
A reply to Miss Richards letter of
inquiry has been secured from Gratiot
Inn, Port Huron, Mich., where Oriental
women are offered positions as wait-

Program Story Of I NOTICES
Pageant Selected
Tryouts for the interclass swim-
ean Stewart is the author of the ming meet will be held from 8 to 10
theme of the Freshman pageant, which o'clock on Monday and Thursday at
is to be used in the program, to ex- the Union swimming pool. Tryouta
plain it to those unfamiliar with the for the following week will be held
plot. I on Monday and Tuesday.
The class of '29 is presenting the Senior Society will meet at 7 o'clock
third organized pageant since the cus- Monday night at Martha Cook dormi-
torn was inaugurated by the present tory. New members will be elected.
junior class. .;Since that time, it has
become a tradition for the freshman
class to present on Lantern night, a
pageant at Palmer field, based on some I Make your party dis-
definite and central idea, about which
may be woven dances and acts of fan-tive by using our
tasy and romance. This affair is the place cards, nut cups
first in which the class works as a I
unit to present something for the and tallies.
university at large. AR
Miss Winifred Williams, student at! APPLIED ARTS
the University of Chicago, won a ! 2 Nickels Arcade
scholarship in Toulouse university,
France. She won a membership to The Shop for Uique Gifts
Phi Beta Kappa in her junior year.

Wyuern Society
Completes Plans
For House PartyI
v Plans were made for the Wyvern
.annual spring house party at a meet-
ing held Thursday night at the Gam-
ma Phi Beta house. It will be held
May 14 at the summer home of Ruth
Kahn, '27, at Bloomfield Hills, Michi-
gan, lasting from Friday through Sun-
day night
Blue books are still on sale by the
society at all sorority and organized
league houses and will be until the
end of the year.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.
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