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THURSDAY, MAT C , 1-52

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIHYT1~DAY, MA'~? 6, 1026 PAGI PlY,

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CHOOSE IDES , L ED8
FOR AMug!. PROCESSION
Aides for the Lantern night proces-
sion have been chosen by the retiring
presidents of the Women's league, the
W. A. A. and the Y. W. C. A., Norma
Bicknell Mansfield, '26, Myra Finster-
wald, '27, and Katherine Willson, '26
respectively. Together with the aides
who will guide the procession, four:
women from each class have been se-:
lected by the same committee to lead
the class lines.
The eight senior aides are: Eliza-
beth Blackwood, Elizabeth Van Valk-
enburgh, Constance Clarke, Elizabeth
Parrott, Vera Wallington, Anne See-
'ley, Dorothy Cline, and Louise Rob-;
erts. The leaders of the line are Nor-
ma Bicknell Mansfield, Katherine Will-
son, Eunice Rose, and 'Marie Van Os-
senbruggen.I
The eight juniors who have been
chosen as aides are: Margaret Mc-
Nally, Marion Kubik, Helen Reece,
Frances Dunnewind, Evelyn Murray,
Cynthia Smith, Jean Kyer, and Myra
Finsterwald. The leaders of the line
have been selected as follows: Doro-
thy Malcolnson, Lucille Walsh, Esther
Tuttle and Sarita Davis.
The sophomore aides are: Elizabeth
Nutt, Margaret Hawkins, Marion
Welles, Mary White, Josephine Norton,
Elsie Murray, Arlene Unsworth andz
Marian Van Tuyle. The leaders of thet
sophomore line are: Jean Green-E
shields, Edwina Hogadone, Laura Os-,

Robert Frost Is
Guest Of Honor
At Dean's Dinner
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of women,
entertained the members of Black
Quill literary society with an informal
jdinner Tuesday night at her home at
fwhich Robert Frost, holder of the
!permanent fellowship in creative arts,
was present as guest of honor.
Following the dinner served in buf-
fet style, the entertainment took the
1 form of a regular Black Quill meeting.
Manuscripts written by various mem-
bers were read and criticised, Miss
'Hamilton and Mr. Frost taking part'
I in the discussion. The business side
I of the meeting was confined to the
consideration of the bid to member-
ship offered by Phi Delta Chi, nationalj
honorary literary sorority. No decision
was made.
After the meeting Robert Frost read
several of his poems. "Servants of
Servants," "The 'Home Burial," and
"The Runaway" were among his se-
lections. Later cards were autograph-
ed by the author and given to each
guest.
Golf Tournament
Put On Schedule
Margaret Lawlor, '28, W. A. A. golf
manager, has announced a spring golfI
tournament to be run off before the
end of the semester. The University
golf course will be used for all prac-

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Business Women's Federation NOTICES
Will Hold Annual Convention'' Tickets for the Mothers' May Day
breakfast to be given Saturday morn-
Delegates to the ninth annual con- At 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning ing at Newberry hall are fifty cents
vention of the Michigan Federation of Mrs. Emma Fox, of Detroit, who wrotej and may be obtained at Newberry hall
"Parliamentary Usage," the little blue or by calling Louise Turner, 7817.
Business and Professional Women's ,olim ym a a'ue y
book: on parliamentary law., used by I
clubs will meet tomorrow and Satur- practically all of the women's clubs There will be no meeting of the
day at the Hotel Statler in Detroit. lin the state, will conduct a class in office committee of the Y. W. C. A.
Ann Arbor's club will be represented i parliamentary law. A business ses- ( as was previously announced.
by more than 25 metmbers. sion will follow.
The convention will open with a Among the delegates from the Ann Aides for Lantern night will meet
luncheon at the Book Cadillac hotel Arbor club are, Miss Kathryn Tuomy, today at 3:15 o'clock at Barbour gym-
tomorrow noon at which Mrs. Cora '12, president of the local club and nasium.
Wilson Stewart, founder of the Moon- second vice-president of the state or-
light schools of Kentucky will speak. ganization; Mrs. Barbara Bartlett,
The opening business session will be professor in nursing and public
held at the convention headquarters health; Miss Grace Manson, research
in the Hotel Statler at 2 o'clock Fri- assistant in the National Research
day. After the greetings, the Detroit council; :Miss Margaret Cameron, sec- t e
Business Women's club will present retary of the School of Educatiop;
a pageant showing the progress of Miss Margaret Elliot, assistant pro-
business women along paths of busi- fessor of personnel management; Miss
ness and professional life. Lucy Chapin, who had for 42 years
A banquet will be held at 6 o'clock been the assistant secretary for the C orsages
tomorrow night at the Statler at which University and who has now retired;
there will be two speakers from the Miss Camilla B. Green, assistant sec-
business world. Miss Stella Akin, Sa- retary in the engineering school; and
vannah, Ga., a lawyer and one of the Miss Dorothy McKim, secretary of the

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Out of 2600 students questioned
Washington Stae college,only
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1111 South University Ave.
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good and Lucy Seeley.
The freshman aides are:

Cynthia

tices.

Women taking part in the tourna-

Hawkins, Ellen Grinnell, Mary Alice ment have been granted special rates
Moore, Jean Hathaway, Louise Cooley, J for the use of the course. All women
Helen Hartman, Virginia Reid and 'Who are not registered in Miss Ethel
Helen Brown. The leaders of the McCormick's golf class are required
freshman line are Mary Ptolomy, June to sign up on the poster in Barbour
Marshall, Betty Smithers, and Agnes gymnasium, and to turn in their best
Hoffman. score for nine holes by tomorrow.
These scores are to be made on the
Mother M. Alphonsa Lathrop, O. S. University course.
D., 75, daughter of Nathaniel Haw-
thorne, the novelist, was awarded the Horseshoe pitching, hikes and horse-
gold medal of the New York Rotary back riding are popular sports with
club recently .for outstanding service women at Ohio State University.
to humanity during the war.
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CHIROPODIST AND1
ORTHOPEDIST 1
07 N. University Ave. Phone 21212
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founders of the national federation of local club.
business and professional women's
clubs, and Mrs. Lillian Gilbreth, Mont-
clair, N. J., a consulting engineer and "Certified families" are being advo-
speaker of international reputation. I cated in Kansas by Dr. Florence Sher-
Mrs. Gilbreth has shown that it is bon of the University of Kansas fac-
possible for women not only to be ulty, who believes that in future aris-
home makers and mothers but also
successful business women. She is tocracy will depend on being the
the mother of 11 children, the oldest 1proud possessor of a eugenic's certifl-
of whom, Anne D. Gilbreth, '26, is a cate. A "fitter families" contest is
student in the University. planned.
Mother's Iday
Gift Packag-%es
FILLED WITH
Many kinds and designs, each one a real work of
art that Mother can use after she has enjoyed the
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