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T'UESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1927

THE MICHTG AN DATLY

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A1 ANUEWI TO ENTERTAIN

D-ormitory A nd Two tlinning tl'2J, were flash players of To Pratice
1 A f~e inzrng quintet. Following is thy;; A range P a t c
Zones ,Are Victors , ii ;f P 'For Teamn Members1i
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NOTICES
All women who have been asked
serve on the costume committee

Jan. 28., at 6 o'clock at the Union,, lors, chorus 12 in Sarah Caswell An-
please call Kathleen Davis, 5392,1 gell hall; at 5 o'clock, chorus 2 ini
sometime today.I Sarah Caswell Angell hall, chorus G
to1 Members of Munmmers dramatic so- in parlor.
off 1 .~... .. Elective dancing classes xwill meet

Ill IllI UI IIVUL IfiII L I M11_ xe l 1"Aii4. c1 'Ja kcdJY".. ........ J. JDavid IjUl IJ 11 thiiai I tAaiIS the Junior Girls' play are asked to; iey will meet at te 8eaing Stdioatt
___A. Miller .......F.... E. Middewood ____meet at 4 o'clock today in Barbour at 12 o'clock today to have pcue
IFa t, vigorous Playing was disp2cy- T. Seeley...... ..........J. Fielsom; Regular class basketballprcie gymnasium, taken for the 'Ensian. Only those who
EiHoeen FAb. ArorWAnten onen tebsebl aeysra L 0 Wds .... F..k. BDe Lyn have been taking place every T~esdayl All members of the Women's Edca- have paid their dues may be in the A.
Aoni E veO n l ra ien oon t no hih en e in th o k t a .com e oe da . Ol . . . .. . . . . . rti ntional club who wish to attend a joint picture, the
AdEeigPng a 3non hih nedina loe c r ns.........G.H..1. Crawford, and Thursday and will continue j banquet of Pi Lambda Theta Phi Junior Girls' Play rehearsAs fo~ to-
ol' 23 to 21 in favor of Zone 16 over Inhetidgm Btsy
- A ~ pa Omicr n Pi. 'F le <eeted I'tetidgm es Barbour throughout the rest of this week. pe- Kappa Delta, and the Men's and (ay are as follows: At 4 o'cock,
KITEET fL SUEahouse, despite the fact that the score cial practices during examinations per- Women's Educational clubs Friday, chorus 8 in Barbourgynsu pa-0
Beneitig te Wmens leguethe amplaing ettr i th seondWas againa them at the end of the od will be arranged by each squad
halgf t upthirhane in mdetthe M b aicoesf 1,o 6.Thcthtcllsqad hvetwoprctcehafshati 1h1"rs,11feedinwere vliectvctrso verPi ai-vange. Tehoahe aeanxou
A nn A rbor chapter of the A . A . U . W . v ctory of the zone seenm less certain ' h t a l s u d a e t o p a t c saPw lsg v h i h r n u l c a nr dori oryii t ea a n s al r a - we k d r nIxm n t o s
willgivethei thid anual hainuntil the latter part of the game. '.he ~ oyta a nsayogn ekdrn xmntos
bridge party at 2:30 o'clock in the f-' 1. for so eary in the season, and Teshdl o necasgie
ternoon and 8- o'clock in, the evening, jAhad i.'dred hardy, '2M~ d., as an ex- has been made out and each class team F b . E g t e o e a e o e e l h n e e iZ n P cle t , o . T e c n e f t e s r il p a v r t e e m o c ,m k
their homes for both afternoon and AT. Hough ............H. Collins, ority quintet, played good basketba.igatalo28amsFrmhs
evening playing .Pchm....DRiknegrTeln pws tournament the winning team and alsoR IN TE
TheMr. J L Bumm lst f osesss sds fllws:M.Laton....F A JanP1:1 iflli nia lu Betsy Brthe hewnnngwinningb classd.= yMr. .M.Hug ....C.will .ColisD.Mbey .. .determined.y Gms il tat e. 4
Ratliff; Mrs. J. A. Bunly assisted by J. Gieensieldls. .S.C. .... V. l~lu K Earkiusky . .. . F..... D. BloomI This year a group of official scorers - N GT OL
W asidron; att rsMrs. M r.E. H .Bel hero...rkin.,M .MassistedM . ri ht...G rC ..en..hi H dledfo.th.en ire toun..ntGill beisterO N W ldr n;R os.E .h-1eCro r.i , .Sis eC .... I.een hiG rabow sky. . G Li taniMzedph and.S . .instructeds y g nias a dtosttheiras todhet-d
by Mrs. R B. Howell; Mrs. R. HI. Cur-l lthough the players lacked enthus- D. Sullivan .....G........ G. Smith ies. All women who are interested in
tiss, assisted by Mrs. R. Greve; Mrs.i iastic support from the sideinesj A. Ilyma....G....... R. Strasser doing this work are asked to call Irene s
A. W. Diack, assisted by Mrs. F. Coller Zone 3 defeated Delta Gamma by a Instead of the regular scheduled Field at 7117. I=E
for evening; Mrs. Otto Haisley, assist- score of 39 to 34, fairly good team gamue only a practice one was played -__;__ - -e
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ed by Mrs. P. Rehmns and Miss Bader' work being shown. Janet Calvert,( at 5 o'clock due to the forfeiting of Mrs. T. L. Manwell of Pittsfield,
for evening; Mrs. W. D. Henderson, as- '29, Lucy Seeley, '28, and Ailcen 11, Phi Sigma Sigma to Delta Zeta. Mass., has knitted 700 pairs of mittens=
silted by Mrs. W. WWalz and Mrs.' ler '28, starred for the losing side71_____ within five years for the poor and=
Wood; Mrs. F. P. Jordan; M~rs. T. while June Davis, '29, andl Esther Subscribe for the Michigan Daily needy. RETURN ENGAGEM E j /
Klingman, assisted by M~'rs. Ruthven I M-tvI i-
and kiss Fandira Crocker; Mrs. W. A.
Paton, assisted by Mrs. C. May; Mrs. I RT
Smith, Miss A. Steele and Miss Van,
Kleek in the evening; Mrs. T. Raphael, FistS rig rck i°
a s ed by Mrs. P. Leidy in the even-
ing; .Mrs. H. Riggs, assisted by Mrs. J. IL.
Brmeakey; Mrs: A. Ruthven, assisted byLo ey B ih Crp sI
Mrs. T. Klingmnan in the evening; E
Mrs. F. Shull, assisted by Mrs. C.:
Washburn and Mrs. F. N. Menefee. $_~1975an
E.Sink and Mrs. F. Roth; Mrs. M.- N.- n
Mrs. E R Sunderland, assisted by Mrs. {
Winkler, assisted by Mrs. H. Keeler! ,So hrmn is the selection of frocstime
an r.IeeB ono.The bridge tables will be $3 or 75 j which have just been unwrapped we know you willr
cents per person. Any one wishing! enjoy cosn one for r wardrobe for wear°
to play who has not already beenchoigyu
placd isaskd tocalltheAlumae.during the coming months. There are ever so many_
council office University 242. jcoturesInthe becoming nw hadeso sl1cee
- i " Though fashion be fickle, her latest tendencies are
NEW INSTRUCTION W ILL consistently marked in clever ways identifying themN E RGAM
BCE GIVEN TO SWIMMERS with this refreshing season.
Those women who are members o, (SECOND FLOO)I E T R
the life savings class that is being
given through the department of phys- I -I
ical education wll be instructed at 81
o'clock Thursday right in the Union o yPu.Smo,'8 n I G L S
M. damson will administer tests,_
coach. the class, and illustrate new nw rices 2-79 x25, I
breaks in life saving. Anyone who in-S E V ®®~
tends to enter this class this yearj
r should. attend Thursday.__________________________________________________
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5o'clock today in Barbour gymna-
mf.
'here will be a meeting of the W.
A. board at 6 o'clock tonight at
Lantern shop.
f 134 hospitals in New York City,
have women superintendents.
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Wireless sets are bengignstalled on!.
isolated Welsh farms to attract work-
Mrs. Coolidge is starting a walking
fad in Washington. '
Mrs. H. W. Cake is going
abroad again this coming sum-
mer, and will be glad to meet
any young women interested in a
personally conducted, educationala
tour. FIRST CLASS. If you
prefer to travel in Europe inde--
pendently, left her help you plan
itinerary. Phone 3597.j

Special Parties by Arrangement
THE HAUNTED 'TAVERN
417 East Huron St. Phone 7781

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