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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DATI_.Y

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COMIPLETE PLANS FORIs General ChairmanINOOR
OfPanhellenic Bally ESO 0
PINTRSOORIY DNCE~ Paheleni Ba1~ THLETICS TO BEGIN
Under the direction of Margaret Indoor sport season for the physical
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Funk;S, A, preparations for the annu-
al Panhellenic ball which will be held
at the Union ball room, Friday, Nov.

2G, are nearing completion.
Many sororities are planning break-
fasts after the ball, and as the rule
this year is that the breakfasts may
be held from 1:30 until 3 o'clock they
will all be held at the chapter houses
rather than at tea rooms. Those hous-
es planning breakfasts are: Alpha
Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha Xii
Delta, Collegiate Sorosis, Delta Delta
Delta, Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, Sig-
ma Kappa and Zeta Tau Alpha.
T"he patrons and patronesses of the
party are as follows: Dr. and Mrs.
Clarence Cook Little, Dean and Mrs.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. E# Inger, Dean
]Iumphreys, Dr. and Mrs. Aitoni, Dr.
Everette Brown, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Angell, Prof. and Mrs. William A. Fra-
yer, Miss Grace Richards, Miss Alice
Llyod, Miss Beatrice Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Klingman and Prof. and Mrs. Waldo
Abbot.
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education department will start wit
in the next week. All University w
men who are doing required work
this department are asked to elect t
'type of work they wish to foll
throughout the indoor season durb
their class hours tomorrow and Thur
day.
Beginning and intermediate class
in natural dancing will be offered f
freshmen and upperclassmen. i'b
type of work will give freshmen w
are anticipating taking part in t
freshman pageant a chance to acqut
the rudiments of natural dancing. B
ginning and advance clogging w
also be offered.
Captain basketball will assu
practice in basket throwing, passin
and guarding. Women who are pla
ning to enter the class of intramur
basketball this winter are urged
elect this course.
In response to many requests,
class in volley ball will be organize
The outdoor sports class, which i
cludes hiking, skating, skiing, and t
bagganing, will be continued again th
year.
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Commends Efforts ITWO DORMITORIES AND
OfneSORORITY ARE VICTORS
OfUndergraduates
With intramural hockey approach-
Extending the commendation of the ing the completion of its schedule,
Alumnae council office for the work three games were played yesterday af-
of the life membership campaign - ternoon. Martha Cook defeating Al-
pc ampdign, ms.pha Phi by a score of 1 to 0, Queenie
Imittee during the recent drive, Mrs. I erkovitz, '27, being responsible for
W. D. Henderson, executive secretary the goal. The dribbling and passing
of the Alumnae council writes: of Florence Powers, '28Ed, of the win-
"I am most appreciative of the loyal- ning side, and the playing of Florence
ty shown by the upperctass women Holmes, '29, and Vida McClure, '29Ed,
on the campus, during the Women's of the Alpha Phi team were commend-
league life membership campaign able.
which was so recently completed. I In the contest between Delta Delta
believe this is the most successful I Delta and Delta Gamma the latter
drive ever attempted by the under- were successful by a score of 3 to 0.
gtaduate women. Elizabeth Nutt, '28, made two goals
"Since the total pledge for the year and Janet Calvert, '29, one.
was $20,000, and since $17,151 has al- Betsy Barbour house were victors
ready been redeemed by upperclass over Phi Gamma fVu, the game result-
women, there is no doubt but that the ing in a score of 5 to 0. Goals were
entire pledge of the undergraduate made by Mildred Hardy, '28Ed, Dor-
body will reach $50,000 for this year.' othy Bloom, '30, and Audrey Wright,
"I congratulate the undergraduate '28. Louise Cody, '30Ed, did consist-
campaign committee with Miss Og- ent work on the Betsy Barbour team.
born at its head and I wish to express -
the appreciation of all alumnae to Buttons and button holes along the
whom the activities of the girls is a side seam, reaching right from hem to
real inspiration. shoulder, is one English dressmaker's
"MRS. W. D. HENDERSON." way of decorating a simple velvet win-
ter frock.
One fifth of the students at Oxford-
are women. Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.,

There will be a meeting of the en-
tire property committee of the Soph-
omore circus withtthe exception of the
tent committee, at 4 o'clock today in
Barbour gymnasium. O.K .'d lists must
be brought.
There will be a meeting of the lead-
ership commission at 4 o'clock today
in Newberry hall.
Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 4 o'clock today
in Barbour gymnasium.
Characters for the pantomine in the
Sophomore circus will meet at 5 o'-
clock tomorrow in the gymnasium.
Sellers for the Bazaar will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow in Barbour gym-
nasium parlors.
Dancing act of the Sophomore cir-
cus will rehearse at 4 o'clock today
in the gymnasium parlors.
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Remi ngton
Portable Typewriters
The strongest, lightest portable
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NOTICES

Iargaret Funk, '28A
Who is generalichairman of the an-
nual Panhellenic ball given by the
Michigan Intersorority association. The
ball will be held this year on Friday,
Nov. 26 in the ball room of the Mich-
igan Union.

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