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More than 350 tickets have been
.; sold for the Senior breakfast, which
jis to be held Saturday, June 12, in the
ballroom of the Michigan Union, and
~ ~there are a few more for sale that((
may be purchased by calling Ruth
Tallman, 3193, before June 10.
,i This. function will mark the last
Stime that the women of the class will
meet together, as undergraduates. All
graduating women will wear their
6 caps and gowns while in attendance
Sat this traditional breakfast.
A custom that will be observed at
the breakfast is that of passing the
lemons. All women who are engaged
take lemons and suck them. Those
who expect to announce their mar-
riage within the year will blow out
the lighted candle which will mark
every place.
Following the breakfast the Senior
y play "The Glass Slippers That Broke{
Themselves;"' will' be presented by,
F members of the class. The play choos-
en for this year is in the nature of a,
fantasy in which the plot and char-
acters were inspired by the fairy tale
"Cinderella." / Each graduate in at-
..tendance at the breakfast may invite,
two women, as her guests, to come
Ito the play, which is to be. presented
t 11 o'clock.{
~7oHonor Athletic
M1 anagers At Dinner
>Miss Pauline Hlodgson, of the fac-
{ ty of the department of physical
~ucation, will 'be the guest of honor
aa steak roast and swimming party
Wbe given for the new athletic mana-
;' IV rs, on Friday afternoon, June 4. tfhe
affair is to be held at Barton Hills, on
toe estate of Mrs. A. B. Moehlman.
"Members of 'the intramural board
'1 ve been invited to attend the party.
Miss Hodgson,!has been the advisor of
)i s board for the past year, assisting
0. 'ij forming it into a permanent or-
ganization.,

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W om n Sude ts o V sitForignI froni 7:30 o'clock until 10 o'clock.
Wo enStde tsToNah orig N T ICESr7! Special arrangements can be made by
Tour, A foundation of $75,000 for disabled
! W.I. C. A. pledges are urged to do
Eleven women from Detroit and I lie 1rn as of the territory of the Grea~t American veterans of the World war
University of Michigan will be im Vi War, and the remnants of ancient has been founded by Mine. Schumann-
hers of the annual party chaperonedcl cviliza tion will be viewed by the Jue5ithdaestfrhen1 Heink and sponsored by a committee
lby Mrs. Mabel Cake of Ann ArbornI mmeso h party nswllauheIWal picnic and business meeting of of prominent men and women.
a ten weks trip to Europe. Theg},oupe('icathedrals of England and France teA .I.Wwihwl ehl
from Michigan will join that of Miss 'anid other places of universal interest, at the home of Mrs. Edward L. Adams,
Louise Hiolden, instructor at Wielles-i In so far as the trip) is primarily ! 11850 \Vashitenaw avenue. l
ley college, who will Ibe in comp~lete for the purpose of edlucation a. special 1Awbye thkat tob erved W.RC. A.tJune'11 and 12,
charge of the tour, in connection with effort will be made to show as many ;__bythe__Y.__.__C._A._June__11__and_12,
Mr. Van Troor, for years a. member of of the points of interest from that ________________________________________________
the diplomatic service in Italy and view as possible. The party will re-
France. ' turn to New York September 1, in
Trhe party will sail from New York{, time for the opening of school. X1"Mr
June 26 for Italy. France, Switzer- I-~t ..
land, Germany, Belgium and England, Let The Daily sell it for you thru Iviar rucK Sho
will be visited during the trip. The tho Classified colmuns.-Adv. r
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