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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Kappa Beta Pi Will L
Initiate Well Known s STAGE
.WHISPER if 1AATVTE
Corpcration Lawyer By Helen Carrr, '3UU L
Mrs. Alice E. Alexander, head of -
the corporations division of the Play Production, ladies and gen- Martha Cook to Hold Vesper
department of state, will be made tlemen, present themselves under Services in Honor of
an honorary member of the local, thir second annual alias - TheI Deceased Donor.
chapter of Kappa Beta Pi, interna- Michigan Repertory Players. "Holi-
tional legal sorority, on June 13. day," by Phillip Barry, is to be pre- Martha Cook will hold a Vesper
She ioaeg sootyleaJunme3.sented on July 2nd, the first of a Service at 4 o'clock Sunday after-
She is one of the leading mem- series of seven plays to be offered
hssme.Ths rnca noon in memory of the late Wil-
bers of the legal profession in the this summer. Those iron-clad con- am Wilson Cook, '80. he Scrip-
country. Her career started in 1913 stitutioned infants in Director ture will be read by Mrs. Frederic
when she became hearing stenog- Windt's classes are already con- B. Stevens of Detroit, and the Rev.
ranher to the Michigan Securities templating rehearsals for "Holi- 'Thomas Harris, of Ann Arbor, is
Cday, despite impending exams. to give an address. Margaret Dus-
Commission. Her first advance- makes life seem more difficult , addrey Ma et Du,-
ment was to the office of Chief somehow). seau, '30, and Audrey paver, 31,
At ny ate pode ontha fo ~will present a musical program.
Clerk, and later she was made Sec- At any rate, ponder on that for a On Sunday, the newly elected of-
retary to the Commission. This moment, if you will. While you are ficers of the Adelia Cheever house
gave her an opportunity to acquire slaving merely for examinations, will be installed at a dinner given
valuable information in regard to THEY will be toiling for an entire in their honor. The officers for next
financing, and practically fitted semester's make-up, (I have heard year are: president, Elizabeth Ur-
her for the position which she now remarks to the effect that it is ban, '31; vice-president, Louise
holds. - Hinez, '32; secretary and treasurer,
Mrs. Alexander was the first and sorb an entire course in one week Mary Frew, '32.
only woman to hold the office of -- or do you do that anyway?) - Zeta Phi Eta takes pleasure to
Secretary to the Securities Com- writing these between one and six announce the honorary member-
mision, and also the first woman a. in., studying in the morning af- ship of Miss Margaret Anglin.
to hold her presnter a very sour glass of orange juice __ _
head of the Corporation Division. and a cup of black coffee, then to CARLETON COLLEGE-As the
. exams, then to rehearsal. Repeat, culmination of a discussion which
this for two weeks until well ex- extended throughout the winter,
CLASS OF '3 3 hausted, then garnish in gypsum. Carleton women voted recently in
You then have the average Play favor of retaining the senior liter-
RECEIVES GIFT Production student. But they tell ary societies for women with slight
me they like it, and I believe they modifications. The discussion has
The Freshman class has received obeen mainly a striuggle between the
an interesting gift from Miss Helen You may delete all that if you sophomore and senior classes.
care to. The life of an actor is a - - -
Kent-Miller, '27, '28, who designed di~ficult one and merely the re-
and executed the cover for the pro- counting of its sorbid details in-
gram of the first Freshman page- variably proves disastrous for me. Lowest Cost Home!
ant. Miss Grac Richards received MBut to get back to "Holiday." It Luxurious Greyhound reclining chair
Helen DeWitt, '33, chairman of this seems that Linda Seton, of Seton parlor coaches-direct frequent sched-
elesehitta'33,cairan o thewislPretty, as she herself so blithely les-reduced student fares-new travel
year s Freshan pageanthue wlremarks, decides that no man iS conveniences and comfort.
in turnpresent it to the succeed - lost this side of the altar. Her me- TRAVEL BUREAU
ing classes, and in that way keep thod of proving that idea is an ex- ,A MPUS TAE UEU
up the tradition which was begun cellent one. Besides, you'll like her UnoSdeDk122 -p.I.
in 1924. The gift is a steel plate, a tyenin onfee. hesielie se U (sde de Entra+ce .m.
replica of the first freshman pa- nientality fr her mae an (Use Side Entrance)
geant program. The form of the is entalyom seuake-shoandrphone 2-2266 other hours
progam as nstgate uner eanis, incidentally, a square-shooter,
program was instigated under Dean which is rare, if any.
Bod, assistant dean to Miss Ham-1 hi aei n.

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wnite or very ligut pasteis is the classic
costume here anu abroad. 'ine one-piece
trock is preferred by the most active play-
ers. White is smartest on the courts, but
here and there we see pale blues, greens
and pinks playing with equal chic.

$3.95, $5.95

Linen

Cotton broadcloth

Pique

Shantung
Silk Tennis Frocks $9.95, $16.75
Sweaters of Light Weight are
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Long Sleeves
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