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KAPPA DELTA WINS
BASEALLTITLE
t. Dr. Bell Present; Trophiy At Baseball aq e : "i-l d N n r c O
Class 'Teams
- I WOMN RCEIVE "M"
Kappa Delta will hold the Intra-
mural baseball cup another year as a;
result of the final game of the intra-
mural tournament played ra, ainst
Kappa KappaA~amnma .esterday nrrir
ing as th'e first event. in the Women's.E
track meet at iPalner 'field. The game
iv as played, regardless of the inter
mittent rain, and resulted in the scoreE
2a-2.
The cup, which was first awarded z
to Betsy Barbour house in recognition'
of championship in 1924, was wont
from the dormitory last year by the i
Kappa Delta team, and is the officialt
baseball award of the W. A. A. ThisI
makes the second year that Kappa
Delta has won the championship.
Any organization which wins the title t.
three times in succession is privilegedr
to ;keep the baseball cup permanently. ' k
Dr. Margaret Bell presented the
trophy to Margaret McNally, '27, cap-
tain and pitcher of the Kappa Delta i
team, last night at the baseball ban-c
quet given at the Pi Beta house as thea
final culmination of that sport. Num.-
.:erals were presented to the membersv
.' t! the class team at' the same times
" and the Michigan "M" was presented
,.to six women who had accumulateda
the athletic honor points required.
Te women are: Etruria Doster, '27, f
Thdy Eascott, '26, Sue Haskins, '26,
Lucile Uenne, '26, Frances Huff, '26, "
pon Lue IA9 Walsh, '27. f2

Wyvern To Inaugurate New
System Of Junior Advisors,

To Hold F reshman
Spread Election
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NO TICES

TH4E B BTELLfE INA

Newly elected members of Wyvern, ters will be kept on file until August o'clock Monday at Newberry auditor-
junior honorary society, met at a 15, at which time they will be niailed. ium for the purpose of electing a
jlbreakfast Satu rda1 morning at theI to the girls who have registered by" chairman and a committee which will
Noir of ean amiton leanof that dlate. In these letters, the junior, manage, the annual freshman spread
women, to discuss plans for the Junior lavsr will stress the following, to be given next fall1 for incoming
Advisory System for the coming yar points-first, the importance of keep- women.
Sine yven as neer adan r.ar-ing, the ap polki n t -vth" the elec-' Ehlen"(Vxiinnel vice-president of thie
Sinc Wyeir ha neer ad ny ar-' tions .co~iti(tee;, second, the import- freshman class will conduct the meet-
ti~fl~ funcion ~ wa dcide' 1 ante of folloioVngexactly the direc(-' jug. Cynthia Hawkins; ,Marie hart-
members of the society that from netiosih nvrst 'sma i, n ;n rnniwocts
yea on W~ver's artculr fnctonBulletin; and third, thelimnportance of,' tute the,:nominating committee:lHave
would be to have charge of the junior r
advisoy sysem. {having a physical examiination,1by. the chosen twenty women, frm, among-
advsoy sstm.home physician before coming 1to Annl I whom tell are to be elcted. 'I addi-
Next £g'll £reshnan registration willl Arbor. Since the women who6 do not tion to these twenty namnes, nomina-
be mnuchi less complicated than form- rgister before August' 15,. cannjot beI tions will be called from the floor.
erly. 'The. election' comnmittee for reached- by personal letters,, letters! This' is the. last activity, that the
freshmnan women will be comprised !of welcome will be given out at the In- women of this year's freshman class
of five 'members of the faculty, each[ formation Bureau at B~arbour Gym- will hold this year, and is devoted
of whom will have 50 entering fresh-I nasium, during registration week, entirely to preparation for helping
men to aid in arranging their program.1 These letters will urge the recipient next year's entering women to ac-
Since there are five days of registra- I to communicate with the ' adlvisor iocimate-t'~1hemselves.

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There will he a meeting of the cab-
inet of the university Y. W. C. A. at
4 o'clock on Monday at Newberry hall.
All Freshmen women meet tomor-
row at 5 o'clock at Newberry auditor-
ium to select committee for next
year's Fr shrmen spread.
IAll women having Freshmen
pageant costumes are asked to leave
them tomorrow with Mr~s. Blackburn
in Barbour gymnasium.
The telegraphic track meet sched-
u tled for yesterday morning, has been
postponed until 3:45 o'clock tomhorrow.
All women are eligible, and they may~
sign up at the meet if they have not
(lone so before.
Senior women may still obtain col-
lars for their gowns from Senior So-
ciety by calling Marie Van Ossenn-
bruggen, 3301.

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tio, ech acltyadvso wil metwhose address and telephone number
,ten students each day and assist are in the letter. It is therefore ex-
them in arranging their program. pected that every entering freshman
Letters will be sent out during the will have met and become acquainted
summer from the Registrar's office to 'with a friendly upperclassman during
the entering women, telling them of her first week at college.
the hour, date, and place of their ap- There will be two information
pointment with their faculty advisor, j booths, one in the main corridor of
and urging that the student be there toI Angell Hall and the other in Barbour
keep it. 'Gymnasium where freshman may ask
Each of the twelve Wyvern members questions. These booths will be open
is to choose ten assistants to help during the entire time of registration
carry out the plans. These assistants ;I and junior advisors will be stationed
are to be selected without regard to: in Barbour gymnasium to direct en-
independent or sorority affiliations but f tering women.
with regard to their willingness to as-
sist in this work. The total group of Miss Delphine Fitz of Upper Darby,
junior advisors will thus consist of Pa., a student at Bryn Mawr, is thb
approximately 140 girls, each of whom1 winner of the $2,000 Carnegie Founda-
wil be masked to be sponsor for two 'tion Fellowship for the advancement
freshmen girls. of teaching of the' arts.
Within a week each assistant will
write and hand in to her chairman two Let The Daily sell it for you thru
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The bride's month.
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