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MICHIGAN DAILY

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n <3 wll e vrie ths wek
Mrs. B. S. Knapp Will Give . y upietiing for-
Instructons h 9 fwf . : _ ic _ , } 1 ~cimilor whilc ana inr.
________C esiat'ra'i' ianun,,ncing its new-
A Quilt exhibit and tca, snonsorcd !hi elected o ces.
by the Phoebe Beal circle of King's i' =- Chi Omega
Daughters for the benefit of the con- o ilC neg a sorority will en-
valceent fund for the Universfitnsh-;I tc <' I o~~.PYtonVemyss-Smith
at ri'gtr,',Okla, national council-
pital, will be held from 2 to 9:20 ao o tesrrity, over the week-end.1
Monday at Stalker Hall. Teaunedbw~ odalnh
This exhibit of 5I0 hand made quilts co c Wis ~ciys-Smith andi
will be brought here by Mrs. Burton c :eso the oror:,- at 1 p.m. to-
S. Knapp of Monroe. This is Mrs. rw n he Lat u-, and open
Knapp's second exhibit, th^ first05)iae' and tea a t the house in th e
being held two years ago at the Won- aiterio on.
en's Athletic Building. She has also r.HwdMeukysincag
held exhibits in Detroit, Saginaw, and , oarra, ngemexntfoth lucen
Flint. en sf h ucen
Included on the ci'ogram will be al
She will give instructions in quilt- ble ac wnb ooh od
ing and patchwork and will show a ',,5 and a descrint :on of the year's
new type of quilting, which is being aciiisb ajoi Zty,'5
featured in current magazines. She ~tvte yMroi oty,'5
will be assisted by four girls, mem-- A fc mal tea for members of the
hers of the Monroe 4H club, faculty and presidents and chaperonsE
Tea will be served from 3 to 5 pm of the doritories and sororities will!
and tickets may be secured from Mrs. be held from 3 to 6 p.m.. Sunday.
Henry McLaren, general chairman of Helen. Brendt, '36, social chairman, is
tickets, or from any member of the in charge of the too _
Circle. 1 e ia i ";wlDefa
Mrs. W. B. McMillen is chairman of Delta ga.Deta will give their
hostesses, and she will be assisted byj annual dinr. . '.he 'xomen em-
Mrs. J. E. Bacon, president, Mrs. Hen- ployees of the e-t1 School office
ry Cake, Mrs. Carl Rufus, Mrs. Me- Thursday nign{
Laren, Mrs. Elizabeth Kitson, Mrs. , ._ K1

Three Houses
ahees
Gdnce. (~ ,'i-Urc:.~1
Ge rg -,d,; - . r ,
thearcrangeents :for na.. ma' "-
party i ( cl- C ~osied and t cfi
tcr n hb. tihe r li ~ and NL. ,
' Wlsdn anorr. a~ind rs.C-1i
inson ninpr. o~i
thes arrangemetfor fhr.aain rio
gain by reai f ranNKTe
wiplay firshclosed wialce to b-
'eroned yus.Mr. and Mrs. Hereort
Wilspon and Mr. Jand Mends. on.i,.,c
Meadhaptonaerone
wIll pArl2-(T for he lose dace Sb
Ruiven iatmeohigsmacDL eta ±ra
v;!nity-houe.r.ltte andilc:Etsuieret,
She wenars d MroJak moderlo a
jascktis insm iha r conienals.
buttoned with a single rowe of vel-
vet buttons.j

oeserch ssisant o (the staff of the bureau of resear(
Reserch~Assstan Tothe. School of Education of the
Speak At Platt Church versity.
DrE airta11, research asis-
ka n ,To, Dr .Clarence S. Yoak~um, vice- F-AMOU3S MIDGCET NOW 8
prsien f the University, will speak SALISBURY, N. C., April 25
nextSunay igh atthe service of - Major" John Mertz, f,=mcu
h ch.rch. at Platt. a circus midget a generatio)n
Formerly a teacheur in th~e schools of celebrated his 81st birthday rece
'Toledo, Dr. Hall was conn, ected with at his home here.

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Severa l rrxr ,'o the fsculzy 1Durmnik, Mr.. and Mrs. George Mi.
were entert ained t dnne at Jordan MicConkey.
Hai Thursday g.Teuet Pi Tau Pi Sigm a,
include Mr. adMs usl .Wo- Pi Tau Pi Sigma, R.O.T.C. fratern-
burne, M+!r. and T~,B illia m Doty, ity, recently eleced the following of-
Glen ! J~eoc,. vnd Ms. Rchlivers: Edwin V. King, '36R, presi-!
and C. Ful11er, i'r. M Irs. Jose K<.; dent, Ross C. Ross. '36E, vice-presi-
Sant~ose,'fr. adMr.Donald A. _-I' _ l I . i . din p, '3B, tras-

lvi":.NNWW, vi111U a1C 1 11 ~l11gt "Haines, M1 ,ad i s. Cto Grof, Dr.
of posters, and members of her corn.- Tr yphena HumIrey -M. and Mrs.
riittee, Mrs. Edith Behiinger, Mrs. ~~s akr r n r.J V
Frank Heusel, and Mrs. Mary Martin, lriM.anMs.X BPlm,
will act as ticket takers. and Miss Virgix.";, Peaseley.
Mrs. W. B. McMllen is publicity
chairman, and Mrs. Arthur Critten-
den will arrange the tea. Those who ? oshler Ell nteralned several
will, pour are Mrs. L. D. Wines, Mrs. m cm b ers of the fa: ulty at dinner last
George Carrothers, Mrs. Kitson, Mrs. night. Amng !thlc pres-ent were:
Mummery, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Martha Abrahamrman, r. an Mrs. Rud-
Elliot. They will be assisted by Miss ciph Win'kr!MsTary Crowley,
Bess Crane, Mrs. T. Strickland, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. aeg Schorling, Mr.'
A. B. Hilbert, Mrs. Roy Holmes, and and 1A rs. John V. ,aton, Dr. and
Mrs. Howard Spedding. Mvrs. D. M. Thclps, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
e ! C-,. Wayl1cott, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Sleator, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whit e-
Undergraduate Tea hall, A. K. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs.
ToB eld TOday Ira Smijth, Dr. and Mrs. BenJamnn
To e - --

urer ; William Marsn. '35E, secretary;
Robert J. Auburn, 136E, historian.
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LA''TEST MODELS
Single and Tandemn
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Good for individual use within calendar month
The following idd.,i;o;a! --lasses of transpioraon
ayre :4so )n ,sale
10"-rde comuntotion (bearer, limit~ 60 days) $x7.00
Rtou -d t-iweek. end) $1.75 One way (dtay) . $1.30
R ndtrip((ir-day limit) 1.80 Round trip (doily) $1.50
Tfravel in comfortable, roomy coachen
B. W. HOilDEN, TPicket Agent, Phone, ilial 2-3131 or 2-3132
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