jYRlDAY, TMAY 7, 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
luternaional Secretary Of Y. V. To
Speak; W. A. A. To Combine
rW.A.A. TO GIVE AW ARDS
Installation of the new officers and
'abinet'members of the University Y.
V. . A: will take place at 4 o'clock
WVednesday afternoon in Newberry
ialL It will be followed by a gen-
eral social hour and tea.
Miss Charlotte Niven, of London,
ngland, International Y. W. C. A.
cretary will be present and will
eak, to- the members. Miss Niven
me to America this spring to attend
e national biennial convention of the
ssociation which was held in Mil-
aukee, Wis., and is visiting several
t the city and student organizations
roughout the country pefore return-
g. The onlythree stops that she is
aking in Michigan are at Hillsdale,
in Arbor, and Detroit.
vMiss Niven is an American who has
d a great deal of experience in as-
ciation work, and has traveled con-
derabl;. She is well acquainted with
e trend of women and student move-
ents all over the world, especially
W. A. A. will combine the annual base
ll banquet with installation of the
w W. A. A. officers at a banquet to
held Saturday, May 22, for W. A. A.
mbers only. The banquet will mark
e close of the organization's pro-
am for the year, and awards for the
ar will be given out then, instead
at Lantern night, as has previously
en the custom.
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the physical
ucation department, will present the
Tards, and Miss B. Louise Patterson,
the physical education department,
11 speak. Installation will follow,
th addresses by the new officers,
er which they will be an open
eting of W. A. A.
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All women who wish to vote in the start at 9 o'clock Saturday morning
In preparation for the interclass IT!annual campus elections must regis-
track meet for women to be held on I ter from 9 to 1:30 o'clock today at The title ot "sky piot" might ap
Field day, Saturday, May 22, regular i Members of the cast for the Senior the booths on the diagonal. This is propriately be applied to Mrs. Aimee
practices are being held from 4 to 6 play were chosen after the final try- the last opportunity and is a voting Semple McPherson, woman preacher
o'clock daily at Palmer field with outs yesterday afternoon in Newberry qualification. who fHe* from Paris to London in
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Lucille Walsh, '27, general manager butcher has not yet been selected.
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