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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~URSDAY, MAY 20, 1920 ~'AG~ FIVU THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I LUMNIE PLDGE
$~i 4500 TO LEAGUE1
rnt, Indian'apolis and Saginaw Con-
tribute to Building Fund Under
Group flan
ITTLE SPONSORS DRIVE
c, Pledges were received from Flint,
Minneapolis and Saginaw Alumnae1
groups at the alumnae council office
during the past week. The Flint group
SV which include)' only women have
pledged $3,000 %nger the group plan.
The men's organization in that city is
; also planning a contribution to the
women's league but the amount has
s not yet been pubeply announced.
A letter received yesterday from'
Minneapolis stated that the Minneap-
oils-St. Paul club would pledge $1,000
with a down payment of $200. The
Saginaw group which was one of the
few city clubs to finish their quota
during the intensive drive, has earned
another $500.
n Sponsoring the drive, President
Clarence Cook Little is mailing letters
try stressing the, importance of inme-
diate action, and asking that $150,000
be pledged by June of this year.
Miss Edith Thomas, librarian of the
extension office, is leaving this Satur-
day for the Pacific Coast. The San

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PREPARA TIONS
COMPLETED FOR
W.A.A. BANQUETI

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Preparations have been completed
for the baseball banquet which will
be held Saturday, May 22, at The Pi
Beta Phi house. Harriet Donaldson,
'26, will act as toastmistress. The
speakers of the evening will be Miss
Pauline Hodgeson, Miss Laurie E.
Campbell, and Miss B. Louise Patter-'
son, of the Physical Education de-
partment. Miss Hodgeson has chosen
as her topic, "Intramural Baseball";
Miss Campbell wil speak on "Class
Baseball", and MisssPatterson will
talk on "W. A. A., Retrospective and
Perspective". Mrs. M. L. Burton, Mrs.
J. Sundwall, and Mrs. C. C. Little are
patronessses of the banquet.
Virginia Platt, '22, has charge of the
decorations; Velma Johnson, '29, tick.
ets; Louise Cooley, '29, invitations;
Jessica Nixon, 127, banquet; Frances
Dunnewinds, '27, reception committee.
This banquet to culminate the base-
ball season is the first to be held in
accordance with a tradition inaugurat-
ed this year by the W. A. A.
Francisco, Oakland and Burlingame
clubs will beincluded in her itinerary
and on her return trip, she will stop
with the Denver group. A great deal
is being done to stimulate interest
among the western organizations, and
letters have been received which show
a marked enthusiasm.

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FIVE UIESIISENTER
TELGAHCTRACK MEET
Five of the members of the Big
Ten, Michigan, Illinois, Northwestern,
Ohio and Wisconsin, will participate
in the telegraphic track meet to bel
held from 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday
morning. The first event scheduled
is. the final game of the intramural
baseball tournament. At 9:30 o'clock,
there will be dashes, baseball throw,
and javelin throw, while at 9:45 there
will be high, running, and broad
jumping. The finals of the class tennis
tournament will be played off at 10
o'clock, followed by the discus throw,
and at 11 o'clock there will be an in-
terclass baseball game, as well as
hurdling, and a° hop, step, and jump
race. The intramural relay is sched-
uled for 11:30 o'clock. In connection
with the track meet there will be a
horse show at 2:30 o'clock at the fair
grounds.
A telegraphic archery tournament
will be held in addition to the track
meet, at 10:30 o'clock. Colleges en-
tered in this meet include Michigan,
Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Postpone Senior
Play Activities{
Mrs. Stanley Lowe, who is directing
the Senior play, "The Glass Slippers
That Broke Themselves", has an-
nounced that the first group of four
rehearsals would be completed today,
and that no more work would be done
on the play until after examinations.
The mornings of the last week will
be devoted to finishing the play which
is to be presented Saturday, June 12,
after the Senior Breakfast.
Alberta Olson has been selected to
play the part of the "butcher", the
other members of the cast were chos-
en immediately after the try outs.
Florence Probst will decorate the
curtain, while Mabel Crotty is to
paint the scenery.
The costume committee, of which
Elizabeth Strauss and Edythe Rhine-
vault are co-chairmen, together with
Mrs. Lowe have selected the costumes
for the cast in keeping with the fan-
tastic nature of the play.
Announcement was made last atI
the Sorosis and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
houses of the engagement of Margaret
Reid, '27, to Cass S. Hough, '25.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.1

EDCTOA SOCIETIES
SELECT NE OFFICRS,
Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-
tional society, recently elected the fol-
lowing officers for next year: presi-
dent, Virginia Earl, '26; vice-presi-
dent, Irene Field, '27E'd; treasurer,
Dorothy Seeber, '27; corresponding
secretary, Lucille Groff, '27Ed; re-I
cording secretary, Anna Arnold, '27;1
keeper of records, Leah Hazard, '27Ed.
The newly elected officers of the
Women's Educational club are as fol-
lows: president, Ellen Johnson, '27Ed;;
vice-president, Lucille Groff, '27Ed;
treasurer, Frances Hatch, '27Ed; sec-
retary, Kathleen Davis, '27Ed. The
club will meet together for the last
time this year at 5:30 o'clock tomor-
row at a marshmallow roast at the
fire-place.
There is at the present time a young
actress in Paris, MYe> Alexandre
Pecker, "Queen" of the Paris Press
club, is taking a law course with a
view to becoming a barrister and ap-
pearing on the stage every evening. I
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Senior breakfast will be held Sat-I
urday, June 12, instead of June 9 as f
was announced in yesterday's Daily.C
Seniors of organized league houses,!
sororities, and dormitories will be
called this week about reservationsl
for the senior breakfast tickets. In-f
dependent women who live outside ofE
organized houses who are not reached
this way are asked to call Ruth Tall- I
man, 3193, before Monday, May 24,
Reservations may be called for Tues-
day morning, May 25, at the Women's
league candy booth in University hall.
Senior play practice at 3:10 o'clock t
today in Newberry hall auditorium.
Interclass baseball games for tomor-
row are: at 3:45 o'clock, freshmen vs.
juniors; at 4:45 o'clock, sophomores1
vs. seniors. Saturday's games will be
freshmen vs. seniors at 10 o'clock and
sophomores, vs. juniors at 11 o'clock.
Today is the last day in which to
get tickets for the W. A. A. banquet
Saturday. They may be obtained atj
Barbour gymnasium.
All individual tennis matches must
be played off today. The tournament
of the class winners will be held Fri-
day, while the final game is to be
played during the track meet Satur-
day morning.

NOTICES

Mummers meeting has been post-
poned until Tuesday, May 25, at Betsy
Barbour house.
There will be a meeting of the
freshman leadership commission at,4
o'clock today at Newberry hall.
Events in the track meet may be
signed for in Barbour gymnasium. All
intramural teams in the relay must
be reported to Lucille Walsh, '27, at
21247.
Theta Sigma will hold a very im-
portant meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the Alpha Chi Omega house.
Final plans for installation will be
made.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.
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Opening Saturday, May 22
acDonald's Inn
WHITMORE LAKE
Chicken and Steak Dinners
8 A. M.-1 P. M.

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and Suits

In this collection are found
the season's finest in Coats
and Suits. Exquisitely fash-
ioned of handsome Twills,
Charmeens and other fabrics
so popular this season.
They are exceptional values.
to $59.50

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Tailored types at
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Baccalaureate Sunday
and
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12:30-2:00
Make Reservations Early

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Even in the days of Barnum when
"Step right up, folks, and bring
your buggy whips along," was
the siren call of the circus barker,
the products of Anheuser-Busch
r were nationally known to good
.;'.fellows.
And now, when buggy whips are
as out of date as hoop skirts and
knee-breeches,
BUSCh
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PA LE DKAY
is the favored drink of college
men because, like the college man,
Busch Pale Dry is a good mixer
everywhere and every time.

LIGHT LUNCH - SALADS
TOASTED SANDWICHES
DESSERTS

Ice Cream

- Sodas

- Sundaes

Fine Boxed Candies
May Festival Visitors Invited.
Betsy Ross Shop

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