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AT A NNUAL DINNER
Colimittee Chairmen For Coming Year=
Anniunced By Newly Installed
LEAGUE SUPPLIES MUSIC
New officers of the Women's league
were installed at the annual installa-
tion banquet last night at Barbour
gymnasium, when the old officers gave
over their responsibility to those who
were recently elected as their succes-
sors. More than 350 women were
present at the ceremony, the sorori-
ties, dormitories, and a few organizedf
league houses attending in a body}
eliminating their regular dinner in the
interests of the league.
Floral decorations were lent for the
occasion by Goodhue's flower shop and
were distributed about the tables and
about the edge of the platform that
was erected for the installation cere-
mony. The retiring and entering of-
ficers of the league were seated at the
speakers table where the patronesses
were also seated. The league orches-
tra played for the entertainment of
- . the company (luring dinner. The cere-
moniy of installation which immediate-
ly f llowed the dinner was short and
consisted in a speech by the retiring
president, Norma Bicknell Mansfield,
'26. The ofteers who were installed
are: president, Evelyn Murray, '27,
vice-president, Helen Reece, '27, re-
cording secretary, Marian Welles, '28,
corresponding secretary, Helen Haw-
kins, '28, and treasurer, Lucy Seeley,
Announcement 4has been made by
w;Miss Murray of the committee chair-
men appointed for the coming year
which are as follows: chairman of the
bazaar, Ruth Hirschman, '27; chair-
man of the house organization com-
mittee, Margaret Nichols, '27; chair-
man of the life membership commit-
tee, Evelyn Ogborn, '28; socials chair-
man, Esther Tuttle, '27; chairman of
the point system, Louise Humphreys,
'27; undergraduate chairman, Jean
Kyer, '27; manager of the candy
booth, Elizabeth Wellman, '28; chair-
man of the house committee, Barbara
Wheeler, '28; vocational guidancej
chairman, Susan Storke, '28, and un-
dergraduate secretary, Helen Haw-
The occupants of these offices are
the appointed members of the board
of directors of the Women's league
and meet with that body.
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Are Victors Of
Judges of the interclass swimming
nmeet, held last night in the Union
,pool, awarded the final decision to the
freshman team. Their score totaled
18 points, one gained in the free style
race, six in the breast stroke, eight
in the diving, and three in the relay
!race. The junior team held second
place in the meet, with 16 points,I
while the sophomores were third. In
the free style race, Alice Felske and
Alleen Miller, of the junior team, were
awarded first and second places re-
spectively. The second event in the
Imeet was a race in the breast stroke,
f which was won by Anne Zauer of the
freshman team, while Alleen Miller,
'27, was second, and Velma Johnson,
The next event consisted of various
dives, two being required and one op-
tional. The required dives were front
and back, and among the optional
ones were included running jack,
running front, swan, and plain front.
First place in the diving was given to
Anne Zauer, '29, second to Imogene
Leonard, '29, and third to Camille
The race in the back stroke, which
had been previously scheduled, was
omitted, thenext eventbeing a relay
race, won by the juniors. The win-
ning team was composed of Alleen
Miller, Alice Felske, and Janet Sin-
clair, while the freshman team, com-
ing in second was made up of Velma
Johnson, Anne Zauer, and Alama
Scheirich. Camille Masline, Mary Lad-
ney, and Betty Nutt made up the soph-
The judges of the meet were Miss
Annis Hall, Miss Pauline Hodgson,
and Miss Laurie Campbell.
on Monday and Tuesday
Shampoo and Wave
MIRROR BEAUTY PARLOR
State at Monroe
BUILDING FUND SWEILLS
UNDER NEW GROUP PLANI
Including the pledges wvicn came!
into the alumnae council office thisj
morning, the total amount pledged un-'
der the new group plan is $67,750.1
Birmingham sent in a promise of Ann Arbor yesterday morning to con-
$1500 with a down payment of $500; sult Prof. Donald F. Haines who is di-
Kalamazoo pledged $5000; Lansing, recting her dramatization, and Mrs.
$5000; and 'Monroe, $250 with a down W. D. Henderson executive secretary
payment of $225. The Jackson group of the alumnae council about the pro-
met Wednesday with a member of the duction to be put on in Ann Arbor
alumnae council and it is probable k next fall.
that they will sign within a week a
pledge also of $5000.
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from the completed plans of the De-
troit women to have Madame Clara
Clemens wife of Ossip Gabrilowitsch
and daughter of the late Samuel
Clemens give her dramatic interpre-
tation of Mark Twain's "Joan of Arc"
Tuesday, June 1, at the Shubert-La-
fayette in Detroit. Ann Arbor people
who wish to see this production may
purchase tickets in the alumnae coun-
cil Mefice. Mrs. Gabrilowitsch visited
Women in the freshman stunt for
Lantern night will meet at 5 o'clock
today at Palmer field.
There will be a meeting of the cos-
tume committee of the Freshman pa-
geant at 3 o'clock today.
The committee for the Freshman
stunt for Lantern night will meet at
3 o'clock today in the corrective room.
There will be a hike leaving at $
o'clock Saturday morning.
There will be a joint meeting of the
board of directors and the board of
representatives of the Women's league
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at 9 o'clock Saturday in room 110 of
Final rounds in the tennis tourna-
ment must be played off by Monday,
Today's games will be played as fol-
lows: at 4:15 o'clock, Kappa Delta
vs. Alpha Epsilon Iota, Sigma Kappa
vs. Zone IV, Delta Gamma vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha, and Delta Delta Delta vs.
Alpha Xi Delta.
Chi Omega announces the engage-
ment of Marion J. Du Brie, '26, to
Frederick W. Dettlinger, '22, of Rut-
gers college and Ruth Rankin, '26, to
Edgar J. Reilly, Jr., formerly of the
University of Michigan. Dettlinger is
a member of the Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity, and Reilly, of Sigma Chi fra..
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
pledging of Sylvia Stone, '29.
The extremes in fashion are
met in millinery-the trig
hat, piquant, vivid, or the
picturesque, subtle in its
shadowy sweep of brim, flat-
tering in its delicate color-
When it comes to appetites
this is the place to.find a good
big one--one that is on the
alert for choice food served as
you like it
You'll find that our dishes are
remindful of former food occas-
ions when you enjoyed your
meals with zest. Wholesome
food makes a hit with everyone.
Corner Liberty and Maynard
Here in our millinery 'section ar
Sailors, Quilted Silk Sports, B1
and the famous Meadowbrooks.
Our collection is now complete with summer's finest in mil=
We have received a few attractive styles in
Women's Patent and Satin Slippers..
$3.98 and $4.98
a e"te Shop o
Summer Coat Reductions
11' S. MAIN STREET
To be a Party
And what will you wear? Well,
to be sure, your daintiest frock,
your gauziest chiffon stockings.
Our part is to provide you with
the most desirable in both.
The dresses arehere in taffetas,
foulards, crepes and all their
lovely combinations. The stock.,
ings are Gotham G-Ad Stripe,
noted for their garter-proof,
repair, free dyeing and long.
wearing features. An except
tionally suitable stocking is
Gold Stripe, Style No.389. It is
clear chiffon, silk.allthe-way.
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Now is the time to buy a coat,
for we have reduced our en-
tire stock of coats, reduced
them so low that no smart
woman can afford to allowy
such an opportunity to go by
without taking 'advantage of
it. Included are models for
sports and dress, of twill,
charmeen, homespun, tweed
and novelty weaves. A most
marvelous collection at the
lowest price of the season.
Jaunty S p o r t i Coats, for
summer vacations, formerly
priced to $55.00, are reduced
All Cloth C o a t s formerly
priced up to $52.50 are in-
cluded in this sale group of
Most distinguished of coats
for .the new season are found
in this group, formerly priced
to $99, on sale .$3750
Paris cables "White
and here are Paris fashions
Paris cables "Black returns with white in summer shoes,
but white predominates." Here is the white that Paris
likes in shoes that fit as no others can--Walk-Overs.
Here is more than correct color. Look at the heel, the
smart new lines, the dainty lightness of this new shoe.
No, Paris does not make shoe style. It names a style,
and Walk-Over makes it-for you.
115 South Main St.
up, and priced at $1-95 a pair. t
The Mills Company
118 MAIN ST.
The Shop of Satisfaction.
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The Campus Bootery is putting on its Annual College End Sale one week earlier this year.
New $10 FLORSHEIMS cut to $8.85 and $7.85.
Other Styles cut to $5.85 to $7.85
300 Pairs Ladies' Pumps add Oxfords cut to $4.95 and $5.95-Values up to $8.50 and $9.0
All of our newest $9.00 and $10.00 Styles Lo into this Sale at a BiL- Reduction. New Summer Footwear all included.