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BIO6LOG'Y CLUB WILLI
Informal Dinner At Ieague To Be
Given On May .18 For Old
And New Members
350 GUESTS- ARE INVITED
The Women's Research Club, a
society devoted to the study of
original investigation in biology
will celebrate the anniversary of
its founding by an informal dinner
at the Michigan"League at 6:30 P.1
M on May 18. Over 350 invita-
tions have been sent to former and
present members and it is hoped
that many of these will be present
at the dinner.
The Club was founded in 1902,
witha .charter membership of nine
University women. Many of the
early workers in the Club, as well
as two of the charter members,
Miss Frances Dunbar.. and Miss
Ellen Bach, are living in Ann
Arbor. The membership has in-
creased rapidly in the last few:
years and now numbers about 75j
on its resident membership lis(.

Walled-In Garden And Shrubs Will
Feature New Women's League Grounds
"The grounds of the new Wom- !n English garden. All about the
en's League will be one of the most ,rounds will be shrubbery which
beautiful sights on the campus at has been donated to the Women's
their completion, and we only League by the Ilgenfritz nurseries
regret that they were not in their of Monroe.
final stage last Saturday at the Ray Bassett of the Bassett Land-
opening of the building," says Mrs. scaping company of Monroe is,
W. D. Henderson, executive secre- doing all the landscaping asl
tary of the Alumnae council. well as furnishing the necessary
Perhaps the main feature of the blue prints. The. shrubbery is one
grounds is to be the walled-in of the largest-gifts to the League.
garden which faces Twelfth street, A rounded drive from Washing-
and will be approached by a small ton street Will lead to the theater,
gate, not in the center as might be and there will also be a gate on
expected, but on the North side. Ingles streetfor pedestrians. The
The flagged walks will form a cross drivewill be convenient in that the
in the garden and will have grass public may attend the theater with-
growing between the stones as in out entering the grounds.
Presentation Of Napoleon File Opens
New Source Of Historical Information

W YVERN ADMITS - -NEW
MEMBERS THURSDA Y
Fourteen Sophomore Women Are
Initiated In Cave At The"
Women's League
PLAN HOUSE PARTY SOON
Fourteen sophomore women were
admitted into Wyvern, junior hon-
orary society, in the initiation

Notices MARTHA COOK TO
GIVE GARDEN FETE
Aides and leaders for LanternIA

CLUB
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The club. holds regular monthly
meetings throughout the year at

i which repQrts of original investiga-
' tions are presented. A loan fond
o is maintained for the benefit ofI
women who are doing scientifill
research in the University.
r~ This dinner meeting Will be the
last meeting of the academic year,f
and a good attendance is desired.
MICHIGAN DAMES
ELECT OFFICERS
'The Michigan Dames held al
meeting at 8:00 o'clock Tuesday
night in. the. Faculty Women's
f clubhouse. New officers were
b elected. They are: President, Mrs.
C. D. Marsh, vice president, Mrs.
SL. A. Delp, recording secretary;
s Mrs. F. E. Leach, corresponding
secretary, Mrs. W. J. Jacobs, treas-
urer, Mrs. C. H. Beukema.
A children's party was a feature
of the evening. Mrs. Delp and
e Mrs. M. M. Hardisty -won prizes.
§ Arrangements were also completed
for the installation banquet which'
w will W. held May 28 at the
,;~Womenr's League building.-
i GAMMA PHISBE AT
ALPHA XI DELTAS
Gamma Phi Beta defeated Alpha
Xi Delta by a score of 9 to 8 in a
"baseball game played Wednesday
r afternoon at Palmer field. It was
a slow game. Neither team exhib-
1> ited any great advantage. The
only outstanding player was Laura
Joslyn who pitched on the winning
side. :The line-ups were as follows:
::Gamma Phi Beta: Alpha Xi Delta:
E. de Journo H. Harter
KM. Welte C. Caple
* . M. Joslyn M. Gieb
IL. Joslyn M. Davis
V. Glaize L. Naglevoort
K. Chasen R. Kelsey
A. Simmons M. Paddock
J. Thayer

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When Orla B. Taylor, A. B., 1886.
LL.D. 1887. presented to the Univer-
sity of Michigan on January 15,
1929, the complete and perfectly
catalogued Napoleon File which is
situated on the second floor of theI
University Library, he opened to!
students and lovers of history a
source for new information about
historical events and people. The
file contains autographs, important
letters and documents of Napoleon.
his marshal, generals and cabinet.-
Such famous names as Talley-
rand. Mortier, Duroc, Joseph Bon-,
aparte, the brother of Napoleon,
Ney and Fouche, appear on the' let-!
ters and documents within the file.
There are 50 documents in all, of
which five are personally signed by
Napoleon. The letters range all
the way from mere private corre-I
spondence to important letters ofj

state concerning the grave matters
of the French Revolution.
Over the file are likenesses of
Napoleon and of his cabinet, hiZ
generals and marshals, and occupy-
ing the center position is a picture
entitled, "Napoleon in his Study,"
in which the "little general" looks
out upon the observer with his
usual commanding air. Two other
likenesses of Napoleon, "The Sol-
dier" and "The Emperor" occupy
the extreme right and the extreme
left as you look at the file.
Under the center picture of Nap-
oleon is a silver medal encased in
glass which is in commemoration
of the hundredth anniversary of
the organization. of the bank of
France and which was presented to
Mr. Taylor on December 2, 1925, by
M. George Robineau, Governor of
the Bank.

held in the Cave in the Women's
League building last evening. The
women honored by election into
this society are Helen Cheever,
Eleanor Cooke, Helen Domine,
Margaret Eaman, Helen Jones,
Katherine. McMurray, Ruth Mar-
shall, Janet Michael, Isabelle Ray-
m. Roberta Reed, Ruth VanTuyl,
Albertina Maslen and Jane Yearnd.
Membership in Wyvern is based
on scholarship, participation and
leadership in campus activities. No
more than thirty women are taken
in during one year and member-
ship lasts only for that length of
time. There will be another elec-
tion next fall when another group
of women from the class of '31 will1
be admitted into the society.
Wyvern is planning a house-j
party for old and new members
on ,the week end of May 25 at Sil-
ver Lake.

SNight Aill meet in the lounge of A gardien May-party to be given Membe
the Women's Athletic Building inthe grounds of the Martha Cook ; cal edu
Friday, May 10, at 4 o'clock. Every- building will take place on Satur- staff wil
jone must be present or excused byday afternoon, May 18, from 3 until dance fr
onMarie Hartwig, chairman. 5 o'clock. The event will be pres-, urday ev
ented in the manner of the tradi- Women's
tional English may-party; and dents in
Wyvern is sponsoring a bridge- promises colorful interest. are invi
tea to be given for mothers and Invitations have been issued to The adn
daughters on' Saturday, May 11, over 200 prominent faculty mem- per coup
from 2:30 to 5:00 in the Women's bers and their wives, as- well as' Edna A
1League. Tickets may be purchased local residents. engaged
at the door -for 75 cents. Guests of An elaborate masque will form the occa
fraternities are welcome. the earlier portion of the program, be an op
to be followed by dragon-slaying. school
There will be a meeting of the Elizabethan costumes and folk- to be ac
Registration and Guides commit- songs will be used throughout. in thatE
tees at 4 o'clock on Friday in Bar- Katherine Ripman, Grad., whose attend.
j bour Gym. homey is in London, is in charge of
all arrangements for the program,
Margaret Ohlson, chairman of and Helen McComb, '29, is assist-AN
the reception and transportation ing her as chairman of the cos-
committee for the high school tumes. Edna Mae Jennings. '30. as
sports conference, wishes to meet the Princess, Mary Kay Ritchie, '29. Athena
the members of her committee at as the King, and Esther Middle- man deb
4 o'clock Friday in Barbour gym- wood, '29, as Friar Tuck, are in- day ever
nasium. It is imperative that cluded in the cast. Large choruses Angell H
everyone be there, will sing English folk-songs, and solved ti
Robin Hood and his merry men willI tem shot
There will be an important meet- also appear. 1 versities
ing of the central Lantern Night This event is to be an annual Floyd R
committee today at promptly 3affair, originated last year by Miss ment, ;i.
o'clock in the Women's Athletic Elva Fornerook, former social direc- The m
building. This will be the commit- tor of the Martha Cook building. which
tee's last meeting and it is im- Each resident of the domitory takes were: F
perative that everyone be present. an active part in the presentation beth Qu
of the party. '32. Por
All Freshmen in the Pageant wiho was com
i All Freshmen in te at hor STANFORD UNIVERSITY.-The '31, Wini
did not come for costumes at their first women's track meet of the Schremz
assigned times will please come
from 4 to 6 today or Saturday Iseason was won by the seniors who that th
morning, defeated the sophomores, 66.to 26. down th
One hundred years ago education
cost a student at Bowdoin College
$120.70 a year, including board at 'Ja o ,A
$1.16 a week, washing for the' term,
$2.00, and room rent $10.00
it111H i i1 litlillll i iitllilllllIl
TIMELY 0
74 QT'C D ' Sm art An

? WILL GIVE
VCE SATURDAY
ers of the Women's physi-
cation club and teaching
1 sponsor a spring formal
om 9 until 12 o'clock Sat-
vening, May 11, in the
Athletic building. All stu-
the school of education
ted to attend the party.
mission will be one dollar
le.
Mower's orchestra has been
to furnish the music for
asion. The dance will not
en one, but students in the
of education who wish
companied by persons not
school will be permitted to
UAL CONTEST
ON BY ATHENA
a won the annual fresh-
ate with Portia, held Tues-
ning on the fourth floor of
Hall on the question, "Re-
hat the Oxford honor sys-
Lld be adopted in the uni-
of the United States."
Lilly, of the speech depart-
udged the debate.
nembers of Athena's team
took the affirmative side,
Florence Hiscott, '32, Eliza-
aife, '30, and Rhea Goudy,
tia's team, the negative,
aposed of Frances Buthein,
fred Gore, '32, and Jeanette
er, '32. The judge stated
e negative failed to tear
e affirmative arguments.
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PFFERING OF
parel Coats
1 styles
derful Groups
19.75 $75.00

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NOTICE.

Mothers and other guests of
I fraternities are invited to aI
bridge-tea given by Wyvern on I
Saturday, May 11, from 2:30 to
15:00 in the Women's League.
Tickets may be purchased at the
League and are 75 cents.
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Horseshoe all-campus singles 1
and doubles should be played off
at once. Please call 2;101 to
find o p p o n e n t s. Fraternities
are requested to play horseshoe
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