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TVEST5AY',:OCTOBER 19, 1626

THE MICHIGAN DAILY E FIVE

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Ann arbor Women's Clu; A. A. U.
f' EV. And Wme's League to Act
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W OST T 1 0 DELEGATES
Opening with a series of confer-
ences to be held this afternoon, the
state convention of the Federation of
Women's clubs, will offer a four-day
session .of interesting conferences,
round table discussions, and daily le-
tures by widely reknowned speakers
for anyone interested
The convention has been brought to
Ann Arbor under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Women's club, the Ameri-
can A ssociation of University women
and the Women's league. The three
groups are co-operating as hostesses
to the delgates Who are attending
from al over the state. More than
1,000 women, including guests, speakS
ers and committeewomen are expected
to attend the convention, exceeding all
previous attendance figures for the
s rsion ofityeareytmeetings. All
'an iie -been made through the co-
lEl!per Aicf "he .Ann Arbor clu
groups, the student women taking an
nactive part and acting as daily host-
essesfor the women who are attending
the convention. The sororities, dormi-
torisard u anyof the local homes
have -bee thrown wide to care for the
delegates during their three day visit.
Tours and teas,luncheonsand dinners
are among the"divtei rtainments
offered during the time not used ing
conference. t .
Among the speakers for the four--
day session are, Mrs. John D. Sher-
man, president of the National Fed-
eration of Woen's clubs; Mrs. Harry
Burnham, of Newtonville, Mass.; and
Dr.WilliamMather Lewis, president
of the Georee Washngton university
at Washington D. C.
SEXPLAIN ME THOD
teiFIFOF POINT AWARD
Announcement was made at the in-
aliaiuf al managers meeting held yes-
; terday d of the point system which will
he used this year for the houses which
have entered teams in the dhockey
"' tournamenteast wll be -nossible fors
aeetahs ra n
See theNew Model
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repairing
Amngth pe k erUs fourvl th or
~~ m~an, f preet ofteNtionalFed
~ eration ofa Woen'es- clubs; Mr. Har
S D. Wlam atheLe wipesdn
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WOMEN OF FACULTY AND
TOWN TOENTER HOCKEY
For the first time Ann Arbor is to
have a Hockey club composed of town
and University faculty women. Or-
ganizations of this sort already exist
in many other cities, and it is hoped
that there will be an enthusiastic re-
sponse to the letters of invitation
which have been sent out by the de-
partment of physical education for
women.
Practices and games are scheduled
for Saturday noon at Palmer field.
Luncheon will be -served in the 'field
house immediately after playing. It
has been decided to hold the first meet-
ing at 12 o'clock on Saturday and on
that date the officers of the Ann Ar-
bor Hockey club will be elected.

"Expressing Willie"
To Benefit League
Coming as the second of a series
of dramatic and musical programs
which the Alumnae council is spon-
soring for the benefit of the Women's
league, "Expressing Willie" by Rachel
Crothers will be presented by the
Rockford Players Oct. 26 and 27 at
Mimes theater. The Rockford Players
are better known in Ann Arbor as the
Michigan Players as the personnel of
the company is nearly the same as that
of the summer stock company which
appeared twice weekly during the
Summer session.
"Expressing Willie" has+ always
proved to be one of the most popular
of stock companv nlays It is a

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA NOTICES
WINS HOCKEY GAME, 3-0
W3 There will be a meeting of the W.
Kappa Kappa Gamma won A. A. Board at o'clock today at the
Kapp Kapa Gmma on ts frstLantern Shop.
game in the intramural hockey tourn- Senior Society will meet Wednes-
ament, yesterday when they played day at 8:30 o'clock at Martha Cook
Alpha Chi Omega to a score of 3-0. building.
Weather conditions were extremly There will be- a Kappa Phi supper
unfavorable and the length of th meeting for all old members tonight.
halves were shortened from one-half Dues are to be collected at this meet-
hour to fifteen minutes each. 'ihere ing.
was no score made the first half butn The Y. W. C. A. leadership commis-
the second period three goals were ion will meet at 4 o'clock today in
'made by Margaret Breer, Louise Newhorry hail.
Briggs, and Irene Field respectively. The Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at
The lineup for both the ap a 4 o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall.
Kappa Gamma team and the Alpha# Luncheon will be served from 11:30
Chi Omega team is as follows: until 1 o'clock today as usual at the
Kappa Kappa GammaAlpha. r a Newberry hall Coffee room. Special
L. Humphreys ,..goal .. .. artmn accommodations will be made for
E. Tuttle ......... RF.......J. Riley guests who are in Ann Arbor as dele-
M. Rice .........LF........ L. Parks gates to the convention of the State
I Field .........CH .Federation of Women's clubs.
I. Curtiss ....... LT ...... 11 Oakley Black Quiil will hold a meet at 8
E. Ball .........111H...1..L.. C plse 1 o'clock tonight in 204 South Wing.
M. Buck ........RW ..M. Chamberlin ! There will be a meeting of the Mor-
M. Moore .......RI.. . ...7.Diehl !tar Board society at 4:00 o'clock today
F. Marston ..... .CF... .....C. Welsh in Barbour gymnasium.
L. Briggs ....... LI....... 1). Taylor
M. Breer .......LW...... . Norr.is.t he rain. The game between Zone 11
Gamma Phi Beta forfeited to Kappa ! and Zone 7 was cancelled.
Alpha Theta and Alpha Phi forI eit ed
to Zone 3 and 9 combined because oft Subscribe for The MichIgan Daily.

A hat has been named after Ger- Alpha Xi Delta announces the pledg-
trude Ederle. The appearance of the ing of Ruth Mengel '30 of Wilkabor-
head dress duly labeled,in milliners ough, Pennsylvania, and Dorothy Og-
windows has given the American burn '30 of Ann Arbor.
swimmer's feat in crossing the chan-
nel the ultimate consecration which Alpha Gamma Delta announce the
women can bestow. pledging of Virginia Mortan, '30.

each house to win 150 points. Each comedy of American manners by one
house which plays two out of the of the country's most successful au-
three possible games in their league thors.
will win 40 points. Each house which The story of "Expressing Willie" is
qualifies for the elimination contests laid in the Long Island estate of Wil-
will win 50 points. The remaining lie Smith, a millionaire toothpaste
100 points will be divided between the manufacturer. As one critic said, "the
two teams which qualify for the final plot concerns those artificial poseurs
contest. This same system will be used who gabble airily about 'self expres-
in the coming basketball and baseball sion' and 'freedom' when in reality
tournament. their shallow souls have nothing to
Mary McDonald was elected at this express."
meeting as the zone representative to The Alumnae council are presenting
the intramural board. the Players at three performances,
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily a matinee on Wednesday afternoon.

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