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SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1927

THE MICHIGAN

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ANOUNCESCHEDULE
YItciIlng Proves Greatest Difficulty
In First Round Of Preliminary
"Garies Last Week
PLAY TO BEGIN TOMORROW]
Second round of the preliminary
games of the Intramural baseball
tournament will start tomorrow. Thej
first round was completed last week'
when every team scheduled to play
appeared;l and played fast and good
baseball. The greatest difficulty was
seen to be in the pitching. A great
many of the players were walked be-
cause of poor balls.
Thesschedule for play this coming
week is as follows: Monday, 4 o'clock,
Martha Cook vs. Couzens hall, Pi Beta
Phi vs. Kappa Delta, Betsy Barbour vs.
Delta Gamma; 5 o'clock, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi vs. Chi Omega, Alpha Phi vs.
Zone 3, Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Kap-
pa Alpha Theta; Wednesday at 4
o'clock, Delta Zeta vs. Alpha EpsilonJ
Phi,.Zone 6 vs. Delta Delta Delta, Al-
pha Xi Delta vs. Zeta Tau Alpha; 5
o'clock, Alpha Ep'silon Iota vs. Phi
Sigma Sigma; Friday, 4 o'clock, Sig-
ma Kappa vs. Alpha Chi Omega, Helen
Newberry vs. Phi Gamma Mu, Zone
15 vs. Adelia Cheever.
LIST ADDITIONAL PATRONS
Word was received too late for pub-
lication in -'yesterday's Daily of any
addition to tlie l'ist of patrons for the
opening performance of "The Fire-
brand" which will be played under
the auspices of the Women's league
by the Rockford Players, beginning
Tuesday, May 3 for one week.
The additional names are: Joseph
A. Bursley, dean of men, and Mrs.
Bursley, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs.
George B. Rhead, Prof. James W.1
Glover and Mrs. Glover.

Pageant Rehearsals IAT S T iIT TIONlh Jf A.C.A.C.W,WILL FURTHER ATHLETICS NOTICE S
FLW l IIbHIU HILL THROUGH SPORTW OMEN'S MAGAZINE' aThere will be a meeting ofmrheOa
FFeirAll freshmen women who tried out at 814 E. University.
To Begin This W eek!m n n utmm o - ec sco, .. ot he " reshmn pageant are red
T B gn h WatwAletis the National A.4tedd we tern, to serve with the next quested to find their groups and thefr NEW CHAPTER GRANTED
. eonerence. These faculy emei s .schedules of rehearsals which are
With the completion of placementI A. C. . Conference, which was hel(tyeposted on the bulletin board in Bar-
tryouts Thursday, actual practice for Latest fiction at reduced prices April to orel Uive are to be appointed by the advisory gmnasiu Pactie will Mortar Board, national honorary
the Freshman pageant will begin this will be attainable to those who! o toorowan llabenewil utrocetf-women edi
wee st e os wh i shopping early at the book un- Ithaca, N. Y., made two decisions. ing thc. student advisory board in ftomorrow and all absences will count society for senior omn a grantpts
maeep, thevenbyirst BardetiRng Tof tnhrse who dIinfaromof th-eafirst dayemstof msycresd.ledmthprarstdayhfrsty-sixthprc-chaptt-srxttohaterocal ocgrgrup
have been chosen to participate in the i mage sale given by the Board of Rep-(TIecofeence voed in favorof hay- various 'robles tat may arise. I tices. Anyone having more than two at Purdue University in December
dances being scheduled for 3 o'clock, esentatives May 3 to 7 inclusive at ing a page strictly devoted to A. C. absences will be eliminated from the1926. The members are planning to
Monday at Barbour gymnasium, TheN ewberry hall and Mack's store for A. C. W. news in "The Sportswoman" Cermany's oldest concert bureau is pageant. Two latenesses will count hold pledging services on May Day
names of the' women who are to re- ithe Women's league fund. The supply 1magazine. This magazine is publish- managed by a woman, Frau Louise for one absence. Rehearsals will start as a part of the festivities on this
por onsthisdate togeteith theo rdsnghbook ise cideded in the interests of Women's Clubs, Wolfoe.wpromptly at 10 minutes after the day.
be Posted on the bulletin board in so that those who wish to take ad- College and School Sports, by The
the gymnasium. vantage cf the opportunity offered Sportswoman Guild, Inc. Two years
In order to organize the work ef- are urged to attend the sale early. ago "The Sportswoman" was estab- (To Brim or Not to Brim-I
ficiently, a general meeting of all The committee reports that an abun-lished in response to a need for a
committees and subcommittees will dnt stock of text bookshae in eoeto e a
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be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday in the
League parlors, and will be conduct-
ed by Margaret Bush, '30, general
chairman of the pageant.
01O WOMEN ORGANIZE
Women of Ohio State university
take an active part in any voting that
occurs in connection with their school
and its interests. The League of Wo-
men Voters, which has an active
Agnes McIntyre
CONSULTING
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collected, which will range in sale girls' sports, a magazine, which
price from 5 cents to $2., mthrough its column, keeps its readers
The sale will start at 10 o'clock in touch with the latest developments
on Tuesday at Newberry hall, and in the various fields of sport in dif-
will continue there each day from "erent parts of the country, and with
10 to 5 o'clock through Thursday. On the latest achievements of women inj
Friday and Saturday, books will be games.I
sold at Mack's store during the same Members of the conference also de-
hours, and in addition, on Saturday cided to revise the article in the by-
until 10 o'clock. laws in regard to the Advisory coun-
cil. After much consideration it was!
group of members on the Ohio State ! considered best to change the Advis-
Campus, recently conducted a plebis- ory council to an Advisory board,
cite in order to gain the consensus of which is to consist of the officers of
opinion concerning the present situa- the national and section~al confer-
E tion in Mexico with respect to arbi- ences, together with six members of
tration. physical education departments, two
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The question of brim or no brim is com-
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SUNDAY DINNER

12:15 to 2:00

Evening Lunch

- - 5:00 to 11:00

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Mother'
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May Eighi
Smart Gifts for Mothers
of Modern Taste
In this day of smart dressing, when Mother
look as young as theirs daughters, a subtle note o
flattery and discrimination lies beneath the gift o
a well chosen costume accessory. At Mack's stor
you can choose accessories of the very last momen
-a handbag, in box envelope shape, gloves wit
petit-point cuffs, the 'kerchief scarf, crystal beads
new hosiery-any of which would make a perfec
gift for Mother. Suggestions as low as $1.
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On the campus, at the athletic field-anywhere
you go-you'll always find picture scenes that
you'll want for your album.
Gt ypur Kodak out and take it -with you-along
with plenty of reliable Kodak Film.
Aulographic Kodaks,; $5 up, here.
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