SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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T. S. . A. Delegates From Fin
Michigan Institutions To Attend
UNDER LEAGUE AUSPICES
Women delegates from five junior
colleges in Michigan will meet in Ann
Arbor for a conference Tuesday and
Wednesday under the auspices of the
Women's league, Miss Jean Hamilton,
dean of women and the Women's Self-
governing associations of the respec-
tive colleges. This will be the first
conference of this type in Michigan
and was decided on last year when
the Flint junior college called a meet-
ing of all those in the state during
which a convention on the Michigan
campus was proposed as the Univer-
sity was the ultimate goal of most
of the students at the junior col-
This suggestion was forwarded to
the board of directors of the Women's
league by Miss Hamilton. The direc-
tors consented to assist at such an
experiment and it was decided to hold
the gathering at the, time of Lantern
night so that the delegates might view
a women's tradition.
Betsy Barbour house will be' the
lace of registration early Tuesday
fternoon and the' first meeting will
--be held here. Each junior college has
. ppointed a graduate who is here on
campus to take care of arrangements.
The conference is under the chairman-
ship of Thelma Anton of Grand Rapids
who will address the delegates at the
first meeting on ,"Adjusting One's
Work Habits to University Demands."
Evelyn Murray, '27, president of the
Women's league at the same time will
speak on, "What the Women's League
)oes For Its. Members"; Helen Bran-
agan, '27, on "Personal Relationships
1ey, '27, will speak on "Our Campus
Activities and How to Enter Them.
Ii Make your party dis-
tinctive by using our
Chicago Alumnae 1
Pledge To Fund
President Clarence Cook Little, who
has been in Chicago during the last
few days wired the alumnae council
office late Friday night that the Chi-
cago grou'p of Michigan women has
signed a pledge for $10,000 under the
new group pledge plan. President
Little spoke before the Chicago club1
at a luncheon Friday, in the interests
of the league building with the above'
This makes a total of $77,650 pledg-
ed under the new plan since it went
into effect about three weeks ago.,
Delta Delta Delta defeated Alpha Xi i
Delta 19 to 6, and Kappa Delta de-
feated Alpha Epsilon Iota 21 to 1 in
the intramural baseball games played1
Friday afternoon on Palmer field. (
Mrs. Grace Thompson-Seton has i
been elected president of the League
of American Pen Women in Washing-
TO TL;AH RESULTS
'OF ANNUL TRACKMEET
Pesults of the annual track meet
between the four classes which is be-
ing held this year from 9 to 12 o'clock,
Saturday, May 22, on Palmer field will
be telegraphed to the University of
Illinois, and Northwestern university.
This is the first telegraphic meet of'
its kind to be held at Michigan.
The first event in the track meet
will be the final game in intramural
baseball. The second event coming at
9:30 o'clock will include dashes, base-
ball and javelin throw, while the
finals in tennis, and the discus throw
are scheduled for 10 o'clock. Follow-
ing these, will be the high jump, and
running and standing broad jump, and
at 11 o'clock, an interclass baseball
game, succeeded by hurdles, and a
hop, skip, and jump race. At 11:30
o'clock, an intramural, as well as an
interclass, relay will take place.
Archery is included on the program.
A poster, for those intending to take
part in the meet to sign on will be
Anyone wishing to take an examina-
tion in club leadership please com-!
municate with Miss Ruth Deemer.
The new cabinet of the University
placed on the bulletin board in thar-'
hour gymnasium. Everyone is re-
quested to sign for the events by
Tuesday. Those houses having a re-
lay team are asked to call Lucille
Walsh, '27, at 21247.
Announcement has been made at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house of the en-
gagement of Virginia Burke, '26, to
James Miller, '25. Miller is a Sigma,
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Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4:10 o'clock
Senior play cast will meet at 3:10
jo'clock Tuesday in the auditorium.
There will be a complete dress re-
hearsal of the Freshman pageant at 4
o'clock tomorrow on Palmer field. In
case of rain, consult the bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium.
All sophomore women are requested
to report at 5 o'clock tomorrow at
Palmer field for Lantern night prac-
tice. Everyone is to bring ten cents.
Senior society will meet at 7:15
o'clock tomorrow in the parlors of
Helen Newberry residence.
There will be a meeting of Black
Quill Literary society at 8:15 o'clock
Tuesday in University hall.
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