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TUESDAY, MAY 25 1026

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GENEVA CONFERENCE TO
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. As a suggestion to college women
who are interested in a worth while
summer vacation the Y. W. C. A. of-
fers the Geneva conference to be held
from July 30 to August 9 at Collegej
Camp, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. The
f 'conference, according to Cynthia
'Smith, '27, president of the Y. W. C. A.,

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provides a most suitable and interest-
ing summer vacation through its con-I
tact with women from over the United
States, its discussions, forums, and
well-known speakers, and through the
active participation of every delegate
in any sport which she may have any
interest in. The convention will have
as delegates more than 1,000 college
students secretaries of local associa-
tions, Nationa Student Secretaries
and authorities on important modern
social problems who will lead in the
discussion groups and who will give
interesting discussions of the subjects.
Any woman interested in attending
the convention from the University
Y. W. C. A. is requested to call either
Miss Smith, 21168 or Miss Ruth
Deemer, 8338, secretary of the Univer-
sity Y. W. C. A. to register as one of
the delegates. It is important that
any woman considering attending the
conference should call as soon as pos-!
sible in order that she may be reg- I
istered, since a delegation of 18 is all

League To Benefit I
By Receipts FromI
Summer Dramatics
Due to the popularity of campus
dramatic productions during the year,
the alumnae council is presenting, as
a part of the scheduled program of
,the summer session, a six weeks sea-
son of comedies and farces producedf
by The Players for the benefit of the
Women's league.
Sarah Caswell Angell hall is being'
completely redecorated and will be
used for the summer performances. A
new play will be given each week and
will be presented every Tuesday and
Thursday evening during the first six
weeks of the Summer Session.
The schedule which has been pre-
pared is as follows: firstsweek, Ber-
nard Shaw's farce, "Great Catherine";
second week, Rachel Crother's Ameri-
can comedy, "Expressing Willie"
which was produced by Miss Bon-
stelle's company last year; third
week, W. S. Gilbert's satire, "Sweet-
hearts"; fourth veek, A. A. Milne's
comedy, "Belinda"; fifth week, Moli-
ere's famous burlesque, "The Doctor
in Spite of Himself"; sixth week, Col-
in Clements' new Roumanian melo-
drama, "The Haiduc."
Members of Players who will con-
stitute the casts for the summer per-
formances are Amy Loomis, Neal
Nyland, Francis Ilorine, William tis--
hop, Elizabeth Strauss, Robert Hen-
derson, Camille Masline, Richard
Woellhaf, Lillian Bronson, Dale
Shafer, and Paul Stephenson as con-
sulting director.
The engagement of Marjorie Arline
Everett, '28, to 'W. Robert Mitchell,
'27, was announced at the Alpha
Gamma Delta house Sunday. Mitchell
is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon.

ALUMNI GROUP RECEIES
BULLETIN WITH FAVOR
"Congratulations on putting the
women's bulletin in as a supplement
to The Michigan Alumnus!" writes
Judge William A. Spill, president of
the Pasadena alumni association. "I
think this 'scorning the co-ed' stuff
has no real existence these days but
I am glad to see the women doing
things this way. It makes for solid-
arity, cohesion and 'esprit du corps.'I
You show the disposition to hold up j
your end and you will find the men
right with you." Judge Spill is very
enthusiastic about the women's drive
for funds and in voicing his opinion is
also showing the spirit which Califor-
nia feels toward the campaign for
Michigan women.j
Prospects of the Men's organizationy
in Pasadena pledging $100 on the 'fund
are favorable, according to Mr. Spill.
Cooperation of the organizations
farther away is absolutely vital to the
success of the national campaign, ac-I
cording to Mrs. Henderson, executive
secretary of the alumnae council and
such letters as this show that Cali-
fornia and chapters in the west are in-r
terested in Ann Arbor women.
Judge Spill closes his message with,
"Pasadena is with you and wants you
to feel that it is with you all the way.
1927 will do but it would have been ak
lot better if that new League building
had been started next month."
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Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
will hold its annual meeting and lun-
cheon at 12:15 o'clock, Thursday, at
the Washtenaw Country Club. The
! luncheon will be preceded by a recep-
tion for the guests of honor, who are
Miss Alice L. McDuffee, of Kalamazoo,
newly elected historian-general of the
national society, Mrs. Lucias F. Hol-
land of Saginaw, state regent, and+
!Mrs. L. V. Seydel, of Grand Rapids,
I vice-president general for Michigan.
Reservations may be had by calling
Mrs. Harry McClure 4647 by noon to-
League Of Voters
Invites Branches
' To Fall Meeting,
Invitations have been extended bys
the University branch of the MichiganI
League of Women Voters to other col-
lege branches of the same organiza-
tion to attend a convention in Ann
Arbor in the fall at the same time as
the meeting of the International Stu-
dent Federation.
According to Mary Francis, '28L,
president of the University branch,
[it has been felt for some time that
the two organizations had a great
deal in common in the student prob-
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A. R. Luncheon
To Honor Officers

NOTICES
All women are eligible for the track
meet to be held at 3:45 o'clock this
afternoon. No previous practice is
required of the entrys.ss
There will be a meeting of Athena
at 7:15 o'clock tonight.
Theta Sigma Phi will meet at 4:00
o'clock tomorrow in the Press Build-I
ing.
lems with which both deal, and the
coinciding dates of the conventions
were suggested as a possible manner
of bringing them together in a closer
relation.
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The leadership commission will
meet at 4:00 o'clock, tomorrow in
Newberry Hall.
Members of Portia will meet at 5:00.
o'clocktoday at Helen Newberry resi-
dence for the picnic.
Tickets for the Senior Breakfastr
will be on sale for the last time today
at the candy booth in University hall.
The price of the tickets is $1.50 and1
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bring two guests to the senior play
which is presented after the break-
fast.
Masque will hold an initiation at
4:30 o'clock today at the Alpha Xi
Delta house.
Freshmen Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow at the School
of Music for a last rehearsal. Return
all music at that time.
Mummers will meet at 3:30 o'clock
today at Betsy Barbour house.
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from the Geneva Loan Fund, as an aid
Announcement was made at the
Delta Delta Delta house of the engage-
ment of Elizabeth McDowell, '26, to L.
L. Kfig, '27L. King is a member of
Delta Theta Phi.

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