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,PROMINENT WOMEN
Miss Charotte Niven And Madame
Bertrand Are Cuests At
Annual Meetlng
HOLD INSTALLATION
aramiss Charotte Niven, world secre-
Lry of the Y. W., C. A: from London
and Madame B. Bertrand,ice-pre
Adentofthe world committee of the
Y. W. C. A. from Geneva, Switzerland
were guests at the annual meeting and
installation of the University orgai-
o zation held yesterday afternoon in
t Newberry hall. Both women attend-
ed the national biennial convention of
the association held in Milwaukee re-
cently and are spending several weeks
visiting the various city and student
groups in America.
Miss Niven spoke to the members of
the local organization yesterday on
the student movement which is being
F instigated in the association. "The
future of the world is in the hands of
the student body," said Miss Niven
ard, in watching the paili swhich the'
- students of the world are .taking, I
have gained great .hope for the future
of the world. But all the forces of
the world must keep together in the
search for God."
Madame Bertrand gave a few min-
utes talk on the general understand-
ing which pervades the work of the
sociation even among the people of
During the meeting reports were
givenof the work during the past year
and of the Milwaukee convention.
Plans for the Geneva conference were
reviewed by Cynthia Smith, '27, and
opportunities for attending were dis-
cussed. Installation -of the new of-
fiers and cabinet members was con-
ducted by Kathryn Willson, '26.
Tea was served after the meeting at
whichopportunity of meeting Madame
Bertrand and Miss Niven was afforded.

Class Baseball
Teams Meet For
First Time Today
Interclass baseball games will begin
Thursday, May 13 when the sopho-
mores and freshmen play at 3:45
o'clock,.and juniors and seniors at
4:45 o'clock. All teams must wear
bloomers affd 'middies.
The freshman team has been an-
nounced as follows: pitches', Frances
Miller; catcher, Rose Strasser; first
Anne Zauer; second, Louise Cooley;
third, Dorothy Lyons; shortstop, Ellen
Grinnell; right fieid Velma Johnson;
center field, Betty Smithers; left field,
Miriam Thomson; substitutes, Sarah
Goff, Janet Saurborn, Jean Campbell,
and Marie Tuke.
The sophomore team is: pitcher,
Virginia Platt; catcher, Helen Beau-
mont; first, Gladys Appelt; second.
Evelyn Ogborn; third, Helen Ruther-
ford; shortstop, Isabelle Curtis; right
field, Laura Osgood; center field, Mar-
tha Robinson; left field, Rhoda Tut-
hill; substitutes, Ellen Groff, Sarah
Bonine, Marian Van Tuyl.
The junior team is: pitcher, Mar-
garet McNally; catcher, Frances Dun-
newind; first, Mary Allshouse; sec-
ond, Helen Searight;., third, Majessa
Graham; shortstop, Marjory Bowen;
left field, Stella Sturos; center field,
E. Elliot Bell; right field, Etruria Dos-
ter; substitutes, Irene Field, Jean
Kyer, Alice Felske, Myra Finsterwald.
The senior team is: pitcher, Norma
Barlow; catcher, Harriet Donaldson;
first, Dorothy Ogborn; second, Sue
Haskins; third, Frances Huff; short-
stop, Gladys Eastcott; fielders, Louise
Roberts, Norma Clark, Doris Kent,
Helen Strauss. Substitutes, Lucille
Parker and Evelyn Bond.
Managers for the teams are: fresh-
man, Frances Miller; sophomore, Mar-
tha Robinson; junior, Helen Searight;
senior, Norma Barlow.
ALUMNI CLUB PLEDGE
TO LEAGUE CAMAGN'
Ann Arbor members of the Michi-
gan alumnae club pledged $10,000 to
the league campaign fund and an ad-
ditional $5,000 ''to be used for the ex-
penses of the campaign Tuesday at a
luncheon held at the Lantern shop.
Plans for raising the amount were,
discussed and it was agreed that Elsie
Janis and her company should be
brought to Ann Arbor early next Oc-,
tober and also that steps would be
taken to secure a performance here
in the fall of Madame Clara Clemens,
wife of Ossip Gabrilowitsch, leader of
the Detroit symphony orchestra.

URGE HOUSES TO ATTEND
LANTERN NIGHT SUPPER,
All organized houses are urged to
attend the picnic supper that is one
of the traditional features of Lantern
night. It is the custom for these
houses to prepare. their own suppers,
but for those individuals who can not
40 so there. will, be opportunity to
purchaso box'lunches which will be
put up by a committee of theW. A. A.
and which will sell for 35 cents
apiece. These lunches will consist of
sandwiches, pickles, fruit, cake or
cookies and will be distributed at the
field. Any one desiring such a lunch
should call Dorothy Tish, 9546 or Mar-
garet Purdy, 7717 before Monday
noon.
Coffee and punch will be sold at the
field house by the W. A. A. Michi-
gan songs will be sung during the
picnic hour, which will begin prompt-
ly at 5:30 o'clock.
At 6 o'clock stunts will be present-
ed by members of the different class-
es. Elizabeth Tompkins, '26, is in
charge of this entertainment which
will be in the nature of group action
stunts. After the Freshman pageant
which will begin at 7 o'clock, the
Lantern night procession will form.
The line up and direction of march
will be explained in The Daily on Sun-
day.
Following the dinner the installa-
tion ceremony will take place, at
which time short talks will be given
by the retiring and entering officers.
Johnston 's
the Appreciated
Candies
A choice selection of these
fine box sweets.

Delegates To Give I
Convention Report
Geraldine Knight, '26, 'and Violet
Kidder, '26, delegates to the national
convention of the League' of Women
Voters during spring acation will
give reports on convention prOceed-
ings at the luncheon 'which is to be;
h'eld at the Green Treeinri today. Mrs.
C. S: Hoilister, one of the officers of
the state League of Women Voters
will be the guest of honor and will
address the group. A ehargp 'of 50
cents a plate will be made.
The nominating committee has se-
lected a slate of officers for next year,
which will be submitted for final ap-
proval of the league this noon. The
list is: president, Mary Francis, '29L;
first vice-president,Elizabeth Knapp,
'27; second vice-president, Dorothy
Boehm, '28; third vice-president,
Miriam Olden, '27; corresponding sec-
retary, Cletus Fagen, '28; recording
secretary and treasurer, Mary Mac-;
Donald, '28.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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COMPLETE PLANS FOR
ISTALTIN BNQUET1
- Tickets for the installation banquet
of the Women's league will be availa-
ble at 5:30 o'clock today at Barbour:
gymnasium. As arrangements have
been made for 3,0 guests at the din-
ner and 300 tickets have already been
disposed of, the remaining number is
limited.
The banquet will last from 5:30 toj
7 i3 o'clock. Flowers have been lent'
by Goodhue's flower shop for deco-
rative purposes and will be distributed
around the tables in the gymnasium.
There will be a speakers table at
which the old and new officers of the
league will be seated with the pa-
tronesses of the evening recently an-
nounced as follows: Miss Jean Hamil-
ton, Miss Grace Richards, Mrs. Amy
Hobart, Miss Ethel McCormick, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Mrs. A. S. Whitney,
Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Mrs. E. A. Lorch,
Mrs. Clarence Cook Little, and Mrs.
J. R. Effinger.

WINY HAR

OTICES"being sent out by Lydia Kahn, '27,
manager of the intramural board, and
it is requested that the name and tele-
no hphone numer of the new manager be
ThrIil eamein fte lo ut on these and returned.
tern night aides and leaders of the The intramural baseball games
lines at 3 o'clock, today at Palmer scheduled for Friday are as follows:
field. .at4:15 o'clock, Alpha Epsilon Iota vs.
Important meeting of W'yvern at 5 Kappa )elta, Signa Kappa vs. Zone
o'clock today at Barbour gyinasiui IV,Delta Gamma vs. Zeta Tau Alpha,
Senior play practice will be held and Delta Delta Delta vs. Alpha Xi
at 3:15 o'clock today in Newberry hall Delta.,
auditorium. Pan-helfenic will not me*t 'Tuesday,
Intramural managers for the varl- May 1, because. of Lantern night.
ous sororities, dormitories, and league The next meeting will be May 25.
houses must. be appointed immediate-
ly. Post cards for this purpose are Patrojjlze Dily dAivertisers. -Adv.
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League Presented
With Picture Of
Former President
In memory of Charlotte Alice Blag-
don, former president of the Women's
league during 1924, a picture has been
presented to the league by Mrs. Ar-
thur S. Blagdon and hangs in the
;league office in Barbour gymnasium.
Arrangements have been made for
the engraving of an inscription com-
posed by Dorothy Cline, '26, which
will be hung beneath the picture. The
inscription reads: "A leader, friend,
and scholar, who could sympathize,
forgive and accomplish. These quali-
ties combined with a rare personality
made it possibl'e for her to effect pro-
foundly the organization of the Wo-
men's league."

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