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May 19, 1926 - Image 5

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- WEDNN'ESDAV, MAY 19, 1920


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Announcement was made last night
at the formation of the block "M" dur-
ing the Lantern night procession of
the new members recently elected by
yMortor Board, Senior society, and Wy-
Mortor Board is a national honorary
'rganization for senior women, based,
on scholastic record and campus activ-
ty and is limited to 12 members. The
"women elected to Mortor Board are:
,Irene Field, Myra Finsterwald, Ruth
Y1irschman, Louise Humphreys, Mar-
,Jon Kubik, Margaret McNally, Jean
.,Kyer, Minna Miller, Evelyn Murray,
'.4argaret Nichols, Cynthia Smith and
Lucille Walsh:
Senior society is a local organization
or independent women, based on
* cholastic record and campus activity.
The new members announced last
*,fght are as follows: Mary Allshouse,
!largaret Nichols, Ruth Hirschman,f
Aargaret Smith, Lydia Kahn, Char-
-ene Shiland, Myra Finsterwald, Helen
,Edwards and Evelyn Murray.
Wyvern is a local honorary society
,or junior women based like the oth-
-r two on scholarship and campus
.ctivity. The sophomore women who
have been elected to membership for
the coming year are: Marian Welles,
Katherine Kyer, Elsie Murray, Edwina
-Iogadone. Arlene Unsworth, Marian
'Van Tuyle, Josephine Norton, Eliza-
teth N'itt, Phyllis Loughton, Jean
4 reenshields, Margaret Hawkins and
Lucy Seeley.
This custom of announcing the per-
sonnel of the honor societies is a new
ne, introduced for the first time this
year and takes the place of the award-
ing of the athletic awards which, have
sheen eliminated from the Lantern
n~ight program.
Juniors Present
$3500 To League

Tennis Victors
To Receive Cup
For the first time in the history of
women's athletjcs at Michigan, a cup I
is to be given to the winner of the!
intramural tennis tournament which
opened Monday, all first round match-
es should be played off by Wednes-
day and the second round matches
by Saturday. Each sorority and dor-t
mitory is sending a team of doubles,j
but the league house women are not
A schedule is on the bulletin board
n Barbour gymnasium which announc-,
es the first round matches as follows:
Delta Zeta vs. Kappa Delta, Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Adelia Cheever, Delta Delta
Delta vs. Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Beta Phi
vs. Martha Cook, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma vs. Helen Newberry, Alpha Phij
drew a by. Each winning contestant!
will please post the results of the
match on the board in the gymnasium,f
and also it is important that all
matches be played off on time in order
to finish the tournament before finals.
LONDON.-Women are adopting the
ornamental "fob" again after having
abandoned it since 1914 when it was!
worn tucked into the waist band. Now
it is worn on the left shoulder of an
evening gown, and matches the color
of material in the gown.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv..

Tickets for the annual Senior break-
fast which will be given Saturday,
June 9, in the ball room of the Mich-'
igan Union, will be on sale this week.
This marks the last time the senior
women will be together as under-
graduates and is a tradition which has
long been a custom at the University.
Each year it has been the custom
to pass lemons during the breakfast,
and all women who are engaged ac-
cept and eat them; women who expect
to announce their marriage within the
year will blow out the lighted candle,
which will mark their places.
The price of the tickets will be
$1.50. Fifteen cents of the sum will
be used for the Senior play tax. A
ticket entitles each woman to two
guests to the play, which is to be pre-
sented after the breakfast at 11 o'-
clock. The exact date and place of
the ticket sale will be announced later
in The Daily.
For information about the breakfast
call Ruth Tallman, '26, 3193.
Mrs. John Hanna of Dellas, Tex.,
was elected national head of the Y.
W. C. A. at the recent convention at
Milwaukee, She succeeded Mrs.
Frederick Paist, of Philadelphia, who
declined to' serve again.

Sigma Delta Phi
Initiates Members{
Sigma Delta Phi, honorary oratoric-
al and dramatic society, initiated new
members at 5 o'clock Sunday, at the
home of Dean John R. Effinger. Din-
ner was served immediately after at
the Haunted tavern. The initiates in-
cluded Mary Lois Gudekunst, '27, Mar-
ion Leland, '27, Emelie Oppenheim,
'27, Marie Burt, '28, Helen Vos, '28,
and Ruth McCann, '27. Mrs. Daniel
Quirk of Ypsilanti, was made an hon-
orary member.
The new officers of the club are as
follows: President, Minna Miller, '27;
vice-president, Ruth McCann, '27; rec-
ording secretary, Emelie Oppenheim,
'27; corresponding secretary, PhyllisI
Loughton, '28; treasurer, Mary Lois
Gudakunst, '27; marshal, Marie Burt,


All women desiring to enter the
track meet must sign up on the bul-
letin board in Barbour gymnasium,
indicating what events they will en-
ter, and recording their class, Only
three events may be entered by any
one person, and only two of these
Those houses placing teams in the
relay are asked to call Lucille Walsh,
'27,-at 21247. The last track practice'
will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon.
Wyvern society will hold its annual
initiation of new members at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow, May 20, at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
There will be a meeting of sopho-
more women at 4 o'clock today in
Barbour gymnasium. Donald Haines!


presidents are

Six women bank

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men. the Junior Girls' play.

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IIntramural baseball games for to- ,meet. The winners of the other two
day include Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.! games will play at 4:15 o'clock, Fri-
Martha Cook, Kappa Delta vs. Alpha day afternoon.
Omicron Pi, Delta Gamma vs. Zone
VII, and Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Del- Mrs. Alfred H. Brossean of Connec-
ta Delta Delta. The winners of the ticut, was elected president general of
first two games will play in the final the Daughters of the American Revol-
intramural game to be held at 10:45 ution, in congress at Washington, D.
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Proceeds from the 1926 Junior
Girls' 'play, "Becky Behave," have
a ounted to more than $3,500, accord-
ing to Helen Reece, '27, business
manager of the production. This is
considerably more than last year's
profit and is undoubtedly due to larger
9 audiences and small production costs.
This sum will be 1presented to the
Women's league as the gift of the
junior class.
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