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TUE S!AT'i!, MAY 11, 192

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P ROCEEDS OF PLAY
TO GO TO LEAGUE

7T!ni.' "Joan Of Arc" To Play
Detroit After New York
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DAUGHTER TAKES LEAD
Mark Twain's play, "Joan of Arc,"
recently produced by his daughter,
,Madame Clara Clemens, will be
- brought to Detroit Wednesday June 2,
at Orchestra hall under the auspices
r of the Michigan alumnae group of De-
troit. All of the proceeds above ex-
. penses are to be given to the cam-
: palgn fund for the Women's league
' building.
The performance which Madame
Clemens sponsored was given at the
Walter Hampden theater in New York
; and included many of the regular
Walter Hampden cast as well as all
of the scenery which the theater af-
forded. Donal Hamilton IUaines, who
was formerly of the journalism depart-
ment of the University of Michigan,
X, ld the dramatization work. Immedi-
a tely following the presentation,;
Madame Clemens was invited to pre-
sent the play on Bastille Day, July 14,
in Paris. This she intends to do.
Further plans have been made for her
to take the company on the road next
Pall, and the alumnae council office is
negotiating to bring it to Ann ArborI
as soon as the tour begins.t
Students and residents of Ann Arbort
who desire to see the Detroit per-T
formance mnay obtain tickets in the
alumnae council office in Alumniv
,Memorial hall.
Five "Gold Star" mothers of theA
Civil War, mothers of soldiers whon
fought and died for the Union, remainn
on the pension rolls of the United
States government. They range in l
ages from 96 to 101.'
The only woman shoemaker In thes
United States, Miss Marie Bendelare, t
goes to Paris occasionally to look over
the new styles in shoes. She has a
.large factory.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The $:
Standard Oil company of Indiana, to- p
day filed its answer to the state anti- t
trust law sutit. c

W V.A .A . To Award
New Honor Pointts
Women will receive W. A. A. points
for passing the swimming and danc-
ing tests posted on the bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium. Those inter-
ested are requested to see Miss Pau-
line Hodgson, or Miss Janet Cumming,
of the physical education department.
According to Miss Hodgson, the tests
used in swimming are the same as
those adopted by the National Camp-
er's association.
The number of points awarded for
passing the diflerent tests are as fol-
lows: swimming: first test, 10 points;
second test, 15 points; third, fourth,
and fifth tests 25 points each. lanc-
ing awards will be first, second, third,
and fourth tests, 25 points each.
TICKETS TO BE SOLO
Tickets for the installation banquet
of the Women's league will be sold
from 9 to 12 o'clock today at the,
League candy booth in University hall.
The price has been set at 55 cents.
Anne Seeley, '26, is general chair-
man of the banquet and has as her
assistants, Margaret Brooks, '26, Eliza-
beth Woodward, '26, and Helen Brown,
'29. Edwina, Hogadone, ''28, and M1 a-
rion Broehm, '29 are in charge of the
tickets. Arrangements have been made
for the Women's league orchestra to
play throughout the dinner hour after
which a short installation program
will follow.
The banquet will start promptly at
5:30 o'clock and according to Miss
Seeley the affair will end not later
than 7 o'clock. Attempts arebeing
mnade to obtain a speaker for the eve-
ning who will be announced later.
As usual the retiring president of the
league, Norma Bicknell Mansfield, '26,
will give a short address, and the re-
maining retiring officers will do the
same in turning over their offices to
he newly elected officers.
Claire Haegi, and May Johnson,
both of New York city, have started
on a trip around the world with only
$25 in cash between them. "They ex-
pect to work their way and ti) return
o their destination with part of their
capital still intact.I

CAMPAIGN REPORT SENT
TO MICHIGAN ALUMNI
Supplementing the Michigan Alum-,
nts for May 8, the alumnae council
.has published a pamphlet containing
news of the finance campaign, which
has been sent to all subscribers of
the Alumnus. The bulletin begins
with a greeting from President Clar-
ence Cook Little in which he says,I
"Confidence in the executives inI
charge of the campaign, firm belief in
the immense potentialities of the un-
dergraduate women of Michigan, and
an enthusiastic and abiding loyalty
to tie University are all that is nec-
essary to make each one decide at
once to take two steps: first, to do'
her own part, and report it to the
nearest headquarters immediately, and
second, to see that other Michigan wo-
men do their part, as she herself has
done."
Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, national
chairman extends the greetings of
that office to all those who are work-
ing on the campaign, and a report
is included of the meeting of the board
of advisors and the council.
Facsimiles of the pledge cards ap-
pear on the back which may be used
if necessary.
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Athletic Board
Members Cnosen
Final appoIntments to the W. A. A.
board have been made by Margarite,
McNally, '27, the recently elected pres-
ident of the organization. The ap-
pointments include: point recorder,
Sarah Bonine, '28Ed; manager of W.
A. A. tea room, Margaret Purdy, '27;
tennis manager, Louise Briggs, '28;
dancing manager, Marian Van Tuyl,
'2SEd; hiking manager, Elizabeth
Smithers, '29; intramural manager,
Lydia Kahn, '2?; hockey manager,
Helen Saeright, '27; Basketball mana-
ger, Irene Field, '27Ed; baseballnman-
ager, Alice Felske, '27Ed;; swimming
manager, Alleen Miller, '27; rifle man-
ager, Lucille Walsh, '27; and track
manager, Evelyn Ogborn, '29.
NOT Cheap-
NOT an Experiment
-Eighth Season

More than 1,000 college women, sec-j
retaries of local Y. W. C. A. associa-,
tions, national student secretaries, and
authorities on industry, international
relations and professions, will be pres-
ent at the Geneva conference of the
Y. V. C. A. which is to be held at
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin from Aug. 20
to 30. It is expected that more than
20 delegates will attend from the stu-
dent organization here.
The scheme of the conference this
year will follow the one that was
used at the British student conference
with captains. By this plan students
last year, with division into companies,
are divided into groups of 15, regard-
less of school, with a special captain
for each company. The captains willf
be chosen from those who have at-
tended the conference before, or who
have proved themselves familiar with
association work, and able and .,re-
sponsible as leaders. Every woman
will wear a badge with here name,
school, and company number through-
out the entire conference, and corn-
pany leaders will be members of the
executive committee.
There will be time for recreation

such as swimming, golf, tennis, and
hiking. The theme for the conference
this year is to be "Students at the!
Crossroads, Whither Bound?"
! Conflicts experienced by students
and mental turmoil in regard to
choosing the path to follow will be
discussed by those attending. Women.
of all races and all walks of life will
be present. Interests will be varied
and each of them will be taken up.,
Problems of the individual as well
'as those of the association will be dis-
cussed.
A physician and nurse will be in at-
tendance during the conference for
'which there will be no charges except
(for the cost of medicine used. Health
f certificate blanks will be sent to every
I association and each delegate is asked
Ito have it filled out by a physician
and bring It to camp with her.
Applications to attend the confer-
ence can be ,made at Newberry hall
at any time. A Geneva fund has been
established by the organization that
can be drawn on as a loan for those
who wish. Those interested are asked
to communicate with Miss Ruth Deem-
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Delegates To Y. W. C. A. Camp
To Discuss Youth's Problems

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NOTIC2ES Ico~n ":a
J VJ comission will be held at 4 o'dlockC
tomorrow in Newberry hall.
Members of Theta Sigma will meet The following games of the intra
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Alpha! mural baseball tournament will lo
Gamma Delta houc - played off at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow at
Portia literary society will hold Palmer field: Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.
both nomination and election of offic- bone 7, Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Oakland
ers at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Per- louse, Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Phi Sig-
tia room in Angell hall. ma Sigma, and Martha Cook vs. Alpha
Second round matches of the tennis Chi Omega.
tournament must be played off by 8 The Beauty group of the Freshman
o'clock tomorrow morning. The thirdI pageant will meet at 4 o'clock today.
round must be played off by noon, Everyone in the pageant will meet at
Saturday, May 14. 6 45 o'clock.
Life saving classes are held from _:4____c__ck.
7:30 to 8:30 o'clock Thursday night ;.
at the Union poor. Michigan State Board of Agriculture
at has one woman member, Dora H.
er, secretary of the University Y. W. Stockman, who is serving her second

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