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THE MICHIGAN ,DAILY

PACE FIVE
r

ZETA TAU ALHA
KAPSWNSEMIMI
F S OF T ORNEY
Baseball Games Postponed From
Monday Played; Winners
Compete.
PLAY FINALS MONDAY
Zeta Tau Alpha Defeats Sigma
Kappa, 2 to 0, in Closest
Game of Season.1
Yesterday afternoon -;he semi-
finals of the baseball season were
played off. Previous to the semi-
final games two games postponed
from Monday had to be played to
determine what teams would be in
the semi-finals.
'Helen Neberry played Kappa
Kappa Gamma in one of the clos-
est games of the season, Kappa
winning by a score of 4 to 3. Lily
Schmid, '30Ed, pitched for Helen
N ewberry while Mary Louise Her-
shey,b'32, played a good game on
first base. Annette Cummings, as
catcher, was the outstanding player
on the Kappa "team.
Cassidy Allows Four Runs.
At 4 o'clock there was a game
between Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta
Delta Delta which had been post-
poned from Monday. Zeta Tau
Alpha won the' game with com-
parative ease, the score being 12 to
4. Mildred Cassidy, '30Ed, pitched
for Zeta Tau Alpha and Lelia Hen-
'dricks, '33Ed made a good record
at first base. Alice Underwood,
d3Ed was the pitcher on the Tri---
Delt team and Betty Louden, '32,
and Agnes Graham, '32, were the
outstanding batters.
FThe winners' of the first two
games played in the semi-finals,
Kappa Kappa Gamma playing
alpha Xi Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha
playing Sigma Kappa. The winners
of the 4 o'clock games were likewise
victorious at 5. Zeta Tau Alpha de-
. eated Sigma Kappa 2 to 0. This
game showed excellent baseball
;4orm, was the most closely contest-
ihgame of the season and was
3 nished in one-half hour. Adeline
SNowak, '30, pitched for Sigma1
Kappa and Dorothy Marshick, '30,
s first baseman, and Margaret
Stahl, '31, as catcher, played fine
games.'
Callendar Hits Homer.
Kappa Kappa Gamma won from
Alpha Xi Delta by a score of 6 to 2.1
lathleen Badger, '31, pitched for,
the Kappas, and Melissa Stearns,
'a3was short-stop. On the Alpha Xi
delta team, Marjorie Callendar,
,3 made the only home run of the
* afternoon.
r Monday at 4 o'clock the finals
mill be played on Palmer Field be-
4ween Kappa Kappa Gamma and
eta Tau Alpha. This promises to
gbie a very close game. There will be
Ive innings instead of the usual
three. The winner of .the baseball
cournament will be awarded a lov-
y'g cup at the annual athletic din-
ner to be held June.3.
2 WASHINGTON (AP) - Finland
imported oil cloth valued at $200,000
,Iast year. It is used in the homes
:,of nearly all farmers and working
people,rchiefly for table and shelf
overing.
'Fursand Fur Coats

BELLE SUGGESTS A SMART BEACH
COSTUME FOR HOT SUMMER DAYS
L*
By Belle. a blouse of contrasting material.
It's not so hot in Ann Arbor, but' For very hot days, when a dip
just wait until final exam time. every few minutes might relieve
Since now is the time to think i the heat, a colorful bathing suit !
about finals, we' may well look' could be worn under the beachI
ahead a week or so more and plan pajamas, ready for use at any mo-
for a summer's rest. After a week ment. However, if we're keeping
of bending over blue books, too to this matter of strolling, the silk
sudden a change might prove dis- blouse in the picture would bel
asterous, so why not spend some more comfortable. Besides, it has'
time strolling along a beach, with trick buttons to match those onj
blue water and blue skies remind- the trousers, perhaps buttons of
cork, or painted wood which match
some of the beach jewelry worn
this year.
For very sunny days, and for
Ithose who have decided to keep
# I their milky white complexions
this summer, large soft brimmed
hats are being shown. They are
sometimes of fabric, and some-
times of soft straw to keep the
sun's rays from tinting one's face
eand houlders. A bright bandana,I
tiin a bow low on the neck,
swould also set the costume off.-
There were times when pajamas
were considered apparel to be worn
in one's boudoir, along with curl-
ing papers, and beauty clay
Sororities Abolished
at Hollin's College
{ by StudentPetition
{ ec ause they did not prove suc-
, cessful after a long trial, sororities
at Hollin's College, situated in thel
mountains of Virginia, near Roa-1
noke, have been abolished by actionl
beginning in the student body. InI
1925, the pan-hellenic organization
of that campus decided to have de-
!ferred rushing for women in orderj
that they might show their true
worth before entering any organ-
ization. This was expected to elim-
inate much of the freshman rush-
ing,as the bids would not be given
until the first Monday of the
(Sophomore year, after three days of
intensive rushing. On the contrary,
ing you that exams are over for however, it stretched the rushing
another year? season out for a whole school year,
As for this matter of strolling . instead of for a few weeks, as had
it can be done in almost any kind formerly been the case. By the fall
of a costume. One can walk in a of 1928, conditions had become such
barrel, for that matter, if need be, onthe campus, that the girls
but to really stroll, with that feel- I themselves put in a formal petition
ing of sauve assurance, a smartIfor theabolition of sororities, and
young woman will have to have this was readily accepted by the
this new beach costume, members of the faculty. For the
It is of rahja silk, with small years when there will still be soror-.
pin tucks making diagonal designs ity members on the campus, the
on the long trousers, and a short college is providing chapter rooms
bolero Jacket with similar trim- which have been attractively redec-
ming. The trousers are fitted and orated and are situated around the
belted around the waist holding in Keller, where all the dances are

PRP IfT Q[OFAMOUS ACTRESS |AKEBRITISH
IIILIIIIIII llTO STAGE RETURN LY CLIN IMAKESHD
pNEXT JEGP. BECUN PROVES 'KNOWN)L
Miss Kathlee
'.____Westminster hos
!Sophomore Women to Meet to Dr. Rich Tells Advantages of made a aiovc
Discuss Preliminary Plans New System for Avoiding stantiated, will'
~I the formeost ac]
for Annual Play. Congestion. 'teriology. The
for a form of p:
EMILY BATES TO PRESIDE According to Dr. D. L. Rich, di- which is one of
' .._ I rector of classification, early classi- i diseases of the n
Of special interest to all sopho- fving. for the first time introduced Since its an
more women are the two meetings into the University, has worked out Lancet, official c
which are being held next weekin exceptionally satisfactorily. medical society,
Spreparation for next year's Junior Classifying is entirely optional prominent medi
Girls' play. The first meeting will: ' with the students, and yet (ver one have been inves
be for those women who are inter- halffofIthose s s rtrning vassut's discover
estedin witingthe ook, nd wll **~*.*next fall have classified. It seems to ____
take place at 4 o'lock , nhdve pleadboth te stdents and The 65th ann
June 2, in the Committee room at the faculty as there has been noized Sunday Sb
the Leage buildng.:Thesecond: criticism whatsoever of it at the sas will be obcerx
::.>g::":.se: ::: :Registrar's office. Most of the un-
meeting will take place at the necessary congestion in the fall will
place on Tuesday, and will be for r be avoided. Besides this, the faculty, HAIR
those women who are interested in will be given an idea as to what
writing music and iyrics fr the! courses will be in demand next fall, Made to
play td and more sections may be o gan- 0
At the meeting Monday, Emily ized.I
Bates, general chairman, will pre- Aleso Dr. Rich wished to ur McKIN
side, and the women will be given those students who have not a]--;
instruction as to the type of book ready classified to do so immedia- S
that is wanted, the length, and the MAJD tely for 76 sections out of 11 de-
tehia.eal wihaencs partments have been closed. 227 South
sary in order to write a play of the After 13 years of seclusion the parment__havebeen__cosed
kind that will be selected as the i famous actress who made Peter
best next fall. Pan immortal, will return to thea
Katherine Sitton, chairman of! stage next fall.
music, will take charge of the meet- sg now 58
ing Tuesday for all sophomoresI Miss Adams, although no-5 i W a until S io j £
who are interested in writing mu- years old, will begin a tour in asic .c loc mc an
sic and lyrics. No particular know- modern comedy which has been ex-Ex r o dn y
ledge of the technicalities of writ- pressly written for her. She will,
i mg music are necessary, although later bring the play to Broadway.
some musical training is necessary The lure of the theater is bring-!
in order to write it. Anyone who
wishes to write lyrics, should at- ing Miss Adams back to the stage 8878
tend the meeting, and it is hoped where she effectively layed inhone
that a great many women will Barrie's "Little Minister," "Peter For Appointment
come out for this work. 'Pan", and "Quality Street."
Student From Japan
Tells of Old Customs Make-upPermanent Wa
"Thus far, women in Japan have Ue Fashioned after demands
liked to be obedient, blindly obed- Used Intelligently
ient to men," stated Hanako Ho- tss c
shino, '31, who is also a graduate of Brings Out
Tsuda college in Tokyo, Japan.
"No, we never go on dates," Unsuspected
laughed Miss Hoshino. "Our par-Chr
ents choose our future husbands Charm
and the first time a woman meets
her future partner, she is so em-TH FI TH
barrassed that she doesn't lookat THE FIFTH
his face at all, but stares at the A
.floor. AVENUE SHOP O
I "Communication between young .o.e.c338 SOUTH STATE P
people is extremely limited. There! (Specialzing theCst
are boys' schools and girls' schools, Ensemble)
but no co-education. At plays, one Nickels Arcade
side of the theatre is reserved for____
men, the other for women.",

SCIENTIST
)ISCO VERY
FN LONDON
en Chevassut, of

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of a

HONE 8878

The lists for the women hav-
ing paid-up life memberships
in the League buildingnare now
complete. Any woman student
entitled to a refund on tuition
because of a paid-up life mem-
bership in the Michigan League
may call for the same at the
Alumnae Council office in the
League building any time from
9 to 5 o'clock until June 20.
Mrs. W. D. Henderson,
Executive Secretary
Alumnae Council.

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FOR THURSDAY
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$5.00
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DRESSES
Hundreds of Dresses
Dozens of Styles
T RY them on-see the smart
styles - the youthful fem-
nine lines-the quality of the
materials-and you will realize
that this is an extraordinary
event in f a s h i o n and value.
Georgettes, flat crepes, prints, in
tailored styles for street and
fluffy feminine types for after-
noon. The clever woman will
buy them by twos and threes!

Makeup, Repaired, Re-
modelled and Relined
Prices Reasonable
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Phone 9625

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Month End Special
MILLINERY'
THURSDAY ONLY

ZWERD LING'S
FUR
SCARFS
are the
"S" and "F"
of
Suit Fashion
The Vogue in fine Furs
finds Typical representation
in our Selection of New
Fur Scarfs.
A n n u a 1 reduction now
$12 up effective. Come in today.
AT LESS THAN 3c A PAY YOU
MAY OBTAIN
Complete Protection for Your Furs
This includes storage in our sanitary vaults and complete
insurance for one year regardless of whether the furs are in
our possession or yours. Call 8507 now.

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We are putting
number of very fine
materials; including
opportunity to get
tion.

on sale for the last time a large
hats. They are in all styles and
felts and straws. -This is your
fine hats for the summer vaca-

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$2.95
ALL SALES FINAL

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