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PATRONS ARE CHOSENTUDENTS WILL
CHOIN! CONVENE HERE
TO SPONOR PR G A rr Aangements for the delegates
TOo the annual High School Sports
Conference, which will be held
here Tuesday and Wednesday, May
O A ENIGHT14 and 15, will have to be remade
-because of Jheunexpected num-
PRES. CLARENCE COOK LITTLE ber of representatives that have!
S AND MRS.LITTLE HEAD accepted the invitation. The
LITWomen's Athletic Association is
FACULTY WILL ATTEND responsible for the entire manage-
ment of the conference; invitationsC
Soroxiities And Dormitories Wit were issued to the 200 high schoolsj
Entertain Honor Guests At in the vicinity of Ann Arbor just1

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President and Mrs. Clarence Cook
Little head the list of patrons and
patronesses for Lantern Night, to
be held May 14 at Palmer Field,;
according to an announcement
made by Katherine McMurray, '31.
Among the other patrons are in-
cluded Mrs. Marion LeRoy Burton,

Ilast week, to which a large num-I
ber have already answered in ac-
ceptance.
W. A. A. extends the invitation!
to two delegates from each school,
although last year most of the1
schools were represented by only
one girl. The attedance last year
was more than 100, but more than

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Regent Murfin, Dean Mortimer R.nthat have already accepted this
Cooley and Mrs. Cooley,, Dean year and more are expected. Sev-
n_ _ _ _eral schools have shown their in-

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BRIDO TFA TO BE 7Cora Opines
SWellnydearthe time has come'
C' IL FRMOHoSrU all seniors to swimg out again _ CONTE, T';IEI
with the good old class spirit-or - doubles
Wyvern, women's honorary so- spirits, rather, to judge by last Laura Josleyn, Gamma Phi Beta, Wournam
ciety, will entertain the mothers lyear's observance of the tradition. won the Women's Intramural golf tournamE
who are visiting the campus for Probably most of the seniors, that tournament with a score of 51. advanced
woaevstn thcapsfris mst f Iplay in a
the Mothers' Week-end at a bridge- is most of he senior men-are Lillian Bookwalter, Alpha Chi Ome- ll ote
tea to be held Saturday, May 11, stocked up with spirits already. The ga, was second with a 55. Barbara the singl
from 2:30 to 5:00 at the Women's rumorsthat I have heard about Swift, Kappa Kappa Gama, Wini- varced si
ten engineers really are too good fred Hartman, Kappa Alpha Theta, bulletin
League. The Advisors of Women i you want to look at it that way.=adKGealdie W lnson today fol
and Dr . Margeret Bell, with her Anyway, my dear, it the spirits, and Geraldine Wilkinson, Alpha It s n
complete staff will be present, and jgood or otherwise, are too much in Omicron Pi tied for third with evening
it will be the first chance for the evidence, this is positively the last i scores of 56. The next low score; l afternoon
mothers to meet them. Bridge will time that there will be a swing out a 57, was turned in by Katherine condition
be played in the large assembly because the authorities said so. And McMurray, Alpha Xi Delta. Other all times.
hall, and new tables and chairs that really would be too bad, don't entrants in the tournament were that all
have been ordered. you think so? Of course, never Bernice Glazer, Dorothy Cox, and schedule
1 The) members of Wyvern will act having ben a senior as yet I can't Elizabeth Ulrich, Helen Newberry, weeks lef
as hostesses and will guide all ( qualify as an authority on the ad- Marian Kerr, Janet Jones, Kappa allowed:
those who have not seen the build- 1vantages or disadvantages of parad- Delta, Virginia Parmeter, inde- not possi
ing. Marion L. Reading, Sm. is ing around campus in a cap and pendent, Mary Whitker, Genevieve ,
general chairman, and Helen F. gown, but it does seem too bad to Coan, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mar- I Marge
Fellows, '30, will act as official hos- ! have to retire the tradition in such garet Holman, Betsy Barbour, Olive! the rec
tess. Majorie Muffly, '30 Ed., has bad repute. If the tradition is going Mathews, Louise Karpinski, Chi commit
charge of the tickets, which may to be discarded it ought to be pen- Omega, and Aimee Lambie and sports c
be purchased at the door for 75 sioned off or something with a dig- Jane Thayer, Alpha Xi Delta. the me
cents. nified ceremony fitting to the occa- Those who turned in scores in at 4 o'
Aside from the prizes which will sion and not under such ignomin- the 50's will compose a University gymnas
be souvenirs of the League building ous conditions. team to play some of the Ann Arbor that ev
and the campus, entertainment But really, my dear, even if golfers.
will be provided. Betty M. Suth- this present crop of seniors do1
erland, '30, will play the piano not cherish this good old tradition
while the guests are assembling, enough to celebrate it with becom-
While tea is being served Junior ing soberness and dignity, it does
Girls' Play skits will be, presented. look as if the threatened punish-
Helen P. Bush, '30 Ed, Dora V. ment to be inflicted on offenders
Vandenberg. '30, Lilliam B. Set- might be enough to deter them
chell, '30, Kathleen Suggs, '29 Ed, from their staggering way. Of
Margaret E. Ohlson, '30. Clare Sim- course, you never can tell, though,
mons, '30, all remembered from there might be some senior who;
"Forward March" will entertain, would consider it a clever way to
accompanied by Lorinda McAn- get out of school without flunking
drew, '30. out in June if he didn't pass his
finals. But really if any senior
thought that was a clever idea, he
Notice would only show sufficient reason
for his flunking anyway, if you--
Bknow what I mean, which you prob-
Box lunches for+ Lantern Nighta
.l . ably don't.

T ANNOUNCED
TOURNAMENT1W
telag ge Iiun~rber of peopleTiEHIDST R A
ndup to play advancedO BEHEDSAUR A
in the intramural tennis
ent, a shift in the entire There will be a full rehearsal of
ent has been made. All all women who are in dances in the
d doubles players will now Freshman Pageant . at 8 o'clock
Stou rnaent of theidu tolSaturday morning in Sarah Caswell
es tournament and all ad- Angell Hall. It is imperative that
ingles players must see the every freshman be there, as there
board in the field house must be at least one full rehearsal
r pairings and matches. before the Pageant goes out on the
low possible to play in the fedfrdesrhasl
as well as the morning andlfield for dress rehearsal.
,n. The courts are in good; Dress rehearsal will be Monday on
and are ready for use at Palmer field, but the time has not
. It is extremely necessary yet been decided. Attendance at
matches be played off on this, too, will be compulsory, as it is
as there are only two the only chance the women will
t to play and time must be have to become familiar with the
for days when playing is layout of the field, where the Pig-
ble. eant will be presented Tuesday
o evening, in conjunction with Lane
aret Ohlson, chairman of I tern Night.
eption and transportation Any one wno thinks she cannot
tee for the high school possibly be present Saturday morn-
onference, wishes to meet ; ing must get in tMuch with Dorothy
mbers of her committee I Felske, '32, chairman of dances, im-
clock Friday in Barbour I mediately, and present to her the
ium. It is imperative ( excuse. A severe fine will be im-
eryone be there.{! posed upon anyone who neglects to
oIdo this.

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Aides and leaders for Lantern l
1 nght will meet in the lounge of
( the Women's Athletic Building,
( Friday, May 10, at 4 o'clock. I
( Every one must be present or I
( be excused by Marie Hartwig, I
chairman.

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Hugh Cabot and Mrs. Cabot, Dean
S. Whitney and Mrs. Whitney,
'Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys, Dean
Johnt R. Effinger, Dean Henry M.
Bates and Mrs. Bates, Dean Ed-
ward H. Kraus and Mrs. Kraus,
Dean Joseph D. Bursley and Mrs.
Bursley, Dean Walter B. Rea. Dean
Herbert C. Sadler and Mrs. Sadler,.
Dean James B. Edmonson and
Mrs. Edmonson, Dean Alexander G.
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven, Mr.
and Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Smith, Professor and Mrs.N
Philip E. Bursley, Professor and
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Professorl
and Mrs. Ralph WV. Aigler, Pro-I
fessor and. Mrs. William A. Fray-
er, Professor Alfred C. Leo, Pro-
fessor Henry Anderson, Professor
and Mrs. Elmer D. Mitchell, Pro-
fessor Fred B. Wahr. Dr. and Mrs.
John Sundwall, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Laurie
E. Campbell, Miss Dorothy Colby,.
Miss Ione Johnson, Miss Grace
Richards, Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Beatrice Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A.
. Diack, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hen-
derson, Mrs. Vandenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. } Max Winkler, Miss Mary
White Miss Margaret Elliot, and
Miss Nora Crane Hunt., j

terest in the plan by volunteering
to send delegates.
Immediately upon their arrival
in Ann Arbor, the girls will go
to the Field house, where they will
register, be given identification
tags, and learn their place of resi-
dence for the two days of the
conference. There will be an in-
formation booth at the Feild house
and hostesses will be there all day
Tuesday to receive and welcome
the representatives. Although the
conference is sponsored by W. A.
A., girls who are not members will
assist in entertaining the guests
and are welcome to attend any of
the meetings which have been ar-
ranged on the program.
Girls from the Ann Arbor High?
Schools have consented to help the
University women with the enter-
tainment and one girl from 'the
University High School will speak
at the luncheon in the League on
Wednesday.
hThe program for the two days,
has been arranged with the object
of the conference in mind-to,
show the girls who are interested
in athletics what the University
can offer them when they are
ready for college work. It includes
group discussions, active participa-
tion in a play day, and an observa-
tion trip around the campus. The
representatives have been chosen
from the junior and senior classes
of their high schools and naturally
are expected to take a vital inter-
est in the possibilities of the Uni-
versity as their alma mater.

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Swail ou rectUyj Dv ,j UaU1O c 01K
Tuesday at the Field house. They
will cost 35 cents and will consist
'of a salad, relish, 4 sandwiches,
and acake, and utensils will be en-
closed. If any houses have not ar-,
ranged for their boxes they must
do so before Friday by calling Jan-
net Michael-2-1616.
The University Girls' Glee club
will rehearse at 8:30 tonight at the f
Presbyterian church.
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SOMIE
FRATERNITY BADGES
1-3 Off
Stop into the store. You may be
among the fortunate ones and
find yours at this exceptional
price
BURR PATTERSON & AULD
603 Church Street

When spring-time days
come around and you want an extra
treat, just sit down to a bowl of
crisp Kellogg's Corn Flakes and
sliced bananas! Breakfast, lunch
or supper-on the campus or off!

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The most popula
cereals served i
rooms of Ameri
eat'ng clubs an
are made by Kel
Creek. They inclu
Rice Krispies
Flakes, Krumblts
Shredded Whole
cuit. Also Kaf-
fee Hag Coffee
-real coffee
that lets you
sleep.

715 No. University

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n the dining-
ican colleges,
d fraternities
logg in Battle
de ALL-BRAN.
,Pep Bran
and Kellogg's
Wheat Bis-
sA E

Felt Hats

$1.95
Straw Hats
$1.95 - $2.95
Thursday
and
Friday

Fancy Mother's Day Boxes
A wide variety of Candies for teas and
parties
We Pack and Mail

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MCKinsey Hat Shop
227 South State

SUNDAY,

MAY

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..Spring
That are Dress
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Hats

MOTHER'S DAY
For her day of days, nothing could be
more appropriate or more pleasing than
some smart article like suggested here.
A LEATHER BAG
Calfskin, fine cuality ......................$5.00f
Crushed Calf-genuine ....................$20.00

Drink
Delicious and Refreshing

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KID GLOVES

A large assortment of the latest in smart
millinery-designed to meet your needs.
FEATURING
THE MERRIPAC FELTS
a crushable sport hat - it takes

French Kid ...
I Button .....
Slip-on Suede .

.$3.50 and $3.95
.$3.00 and $3.50
.$3.00 and $3.50

JEWELRY
Crystals ...............
Colored Crystal Necklaces.
Pearls, short and long. . . .

..........$ 1.25'
. $1.25
...........$ 1.25 ,

$2.75
-$3.50
-$5.00

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AND ANYBODY WHO
EVER RAN AFTER A
TRAIN THAT WAS.
GOING FASTER THAN
HE WAS KNOWS THERE
IS NOTHING ELSE TO
00 BUT.
Run far enough, work
long enough, play hard
/ enough and you've got to
1 stop. That's when the
pause that refreshesmakes
the big hit. Happily you
can find it around the cor-
ner from anywhere, wait-
ing for you in an ice-cold
Coca-Cola, the pure drink
4VEof natural flavors that
() makes any little minute
long enough for a big rest.

CARDS

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the minimum space. In
all pastel shades, at only.

$3,95
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Appropriate Mottoes .....
Plain and fancy .........

.5c, Oc,.15c,.25c and 35c
.... . ............ 35c

SILK

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Figured flat crepe, 40 in. wide .... .
Chiffon, printed and plain, 40 in.... .
Serene crepe, 40 in. ........... .

.$1.98
.$1.98
.$2.95

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