'est to University Yomen
r the Women's Athletic
banquet will be on sale
ay noon at Miss Wood's
-bour gymnasium. Cotil-
may be procured free at
s are not turning out to
ractice in satisfactory
hursday will be the last
re the selection of the
Erley, '20, last year's
es as many seniors as
how up at 5 o'clock for
s enrolled with the ap-
mmittee should come to
w'een 10:30 and 12 o'clock
hiis week in order to fill
>f all the choruses of the
.e Junior Girls' play will
o'clock Thursday after-
1 Caswell Angell hall.
r the Girls' Mandolin
held from 4 to 5:30
o*'clock Tuesday, March 9, in room
305 of University hall.
Senior girls are requestedto call
at Mack and company to be meas-
ured for their gowns before March 12.
All junior advisors and girls on the
,intercollegiate committee are request-
ed to 'meet at 4 o'clock in Helen New-
berry residence. It is very import-
ant that allbe present.
Dyme Bodenstab Hamilton, '19, .of
Detroit, has been the guest of friends
here for several days.
Alice Yaples, '10, died at her home
in Merton, Feb. 10. Her death came
after an attack of pneumonia. Miss
Yaples took her masters degree in
1912. She was a member of the Alpha
Chi Omega sorority.
The Michigan Daily, the only 'mwm
lug paper in Ann Arbor, contalin an.
the latest campua ity' and wwld
BOSTON UNION OFFERS
TENT NOXTHS TRAINING GIVEN
BEFORE REAL FIELD WORK
Dean Myra B. Jordan has received
a letter from Miss Lucile Eaves, di-
rector of research of the women's ed-
ucational and industrial union Bos-
ton, asking for desirable candidates
for three paid fellowships in social
economic research, which are offered
,each year by the union.
Pay $500 and Expenses
These fellowships carry a stipend
l of $500. Clerical assistance, equip-
ment, and traveling expenses neces-
sary for the investigations are furn-
ished by the department of research.
The qualifications are as follows: A
degree from a college of good stand-
ing,' training in economics or io-
ogy, satisfactory references in regard
to health, and character and special
fitness for this sort of work. The
fellows are required to give their en-
tire time for 10 months to the training
offered by the department.
Offer Critic's Training
Training is offered -in the making
and criticism of schedules, in field
work, in ,the construction and inter-
pretation of statistical tables, and in
the presentation of results. Two co-
operative investigations will be made
by the staff of this department. The
problem will probably be "Methods by
Which Self Supporting Women May
Provide for Their Old Age."
Many eastern colleges and several
western universities have accepted
the completed studies as these for ad-
vanced degrees, and have given grad
uate credit for training in research.
Women who are interested In these
fellowships are asked to confer with
Dean Jordan at once]
PLIGHT OF SERBIAN ORPHANS
REPORTED TO BE FRIGHTFUL
Mrs. Larned Plans to Send Relief Box
of Local Clothing Contri-
"Serbia has 500,000 orphans with-
out proper clothing. Orphans are sent
out from their homes in rags. They
have no stockings or shoes A child
with a piece of burlap for shoes is
These statements were made by
Mrs. Morris D. Larned who is respon-
sible forthe 'getting up of a Serbian
relief box in this city. Mrs. Larned
wishes the box to be complete by
March 10. It is to include clothing
for men, women, and children but es-
pecially for the /children.
Mrs. Lamned asks that all contribu-
,tions be biought to her home, 522
North Division, or left at Mr. Lamned's
hardware store on State street.
DEAN EFFINGER PRESIDES AT
MICHIGAN EDUCATORS MEET
Lxpect To Show
French War Film
Elsie Erley, '20; Ann Fitzpatrick,
'20, Marguerite Clark, '21, Ruth Mills,
'22. and Agnes Holmquist, 22, a com-
mittee appointed from among direc-
tors of the Women's league, met Wed-
nesday at Barbour gymnasium to dis-
cuss the ,project of bringing here a
film, "The eritage of France." It
takes an actual Freneh family through
Miss Grace Parker will deliver an
address at the same time, telling of
her experiences in France while rep-
resenting the American committee
for devastated France. A definite date
and other details will be published as
soon as fully decided upon.
between PEGGY PARIS.
Ladies' and Misses' sizes.
Two musical programs will be giv-
en in Hill auditorium' during the next
few days. At 3 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon, March( 7, a complimentary
twilight recital will be given. Mass
singing under the direction of Russel
Carter will be featured. The audience
will be led in the singing of 'familiar
hymns and patriotic airs. The Uni-
versity band, under the baton of Wil-
'fred Wilson, will contribute two
They -are made from patterns cut es-
Girls---and Little Women-
Whose smaller figures cannot be well
Correct Cut and Coloring
groups of concert numbers, while
Frank A. Taber of the organ faculty
of the School of Music, will play sev-
Vral pieces on the organ. There will i
be no admission fee.
Detroit Symphony orchestra under
its conductor, Ossip Gabrilowitch, will
make its second a pearance in a pro-
gram of orchestral selections, at 8
o'clock Monday evening, March k
Lois M. Johnston, soprano, who has
appeared a several Ann Arbor festiv-
als, will appear as soloist, offering
British Army Reeruits 200 Daily
London, March 3. - Recruits are
Joining the British army at the rate
-of 200 per day and many of the men jl
fitted in regular
We are showing a number of various
models-all beautifully tailored and
Is not.only in their snappy youthful-
ness of style and effect-
But in the very important distinction
IS EXEMPLIFIED IN OUR
Display of Spring Apparel
e are making a preliminary showing of approved styles in wo-
coats, suits and dresses, to which we invite your most discrim-
whose period of service was about to
expire have re-enlisted.
Campus news, student doings, news:
of the outside world, are all to be
found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS
it's a tempermental little ripple or astonishing brevity or a
or a tailored model that you desire in the jacket of your new
ur "wish may be gratified in our selection of suits. The most
shades of n~vy blue, brown and heather mixtures are pre-
r coats and dresses show the same selected variety. Some
re in polo cloth and cut ip a short, snappy fashion. Dresses
aew conceits of fashion in taffeta puffs and ripples-around the
r in the newest flowered patterns in georgette.
TODAY-r-Your Last Chance to See
your attention to this display.
KING MILLINERY OPENING
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-
At the parlors of
Stevens & Pershgin
exclusive showings are millinery for all occasions.
LA001F11 Qa~~~~JS nDETSIGy Delta
"She Loves and Lies"
HERE'S THE LOVE THAT LIES IN WOMAN'S EYES-AND
LIES, AND LIES AND LIES
een Majestic theater and
I Ave., 4 bar pin of alter-
Is and turquoise. Finder
ay afternoon, a package
brown skirt. Finder
ne A. M. Hinshaw, 1680-J.
1 black pocketbook con-
.80 and a key. Finder
all Margaret Spalding.
Log Log slide rule and
se. Will finder please no-
uigley, 620 S. State St.
WANTED-Four students for circular
distribution, Saturday at 9 A. M.
J. B. Carter, Allenel Hotel.
FOR SALE- Violin. Call evenings
after 6. 1021 E. Catherine. Phone
WANTED-One dog. Thoroughbred
necessary. Puppy preferred. Call
WANTED-Used Log Log slide rule.
FOR RENT--One or two rooms. Block
and half from campus. For either
two or three young men students.'
Dean J. R. Effinger presided last
week in Cleveland at a dinner given
for the 400 Michigan educators in at-
tendance at the convention of the Na-
tional Educational Association.
Dean Alfred.H. Lloyd of the gradu-
ate school, Superintendent Knapp of
Highland Park, and D. B. Waldo,
president of Kalamazoo State Normal
College spoke, their speeches being
followed by a program of Michigan
Dean Myra B. Jordan talked to 58
Michigan women at a luncheon dur-
ing the same conference, at which
means of meeting the debt on Alum-
nae residence were discussed. Plans
were.made for a tea to be given at
spring vacation for Cleveland wo-
men who are now attending the Uni-
versity, and for those who intend to
Glee Clubs to Have Dance
University Girls' Glee club will en-
tertain the Freshman Girls' Glee club
from 3 to 5 o'clock, Saturday after-
noon, March 6, in the parlors at Bar-
.bour gymnasium. Dean Myra B. Jor-
.dan will be a guest. The freshman
girls have prepared a number of orig-
inal songs, which they will sing at
this time. Dancing and games *ill
furnish the entertainment, and re-
freshments will be served.
1,000 Draft Evaders in Michigan
Detroit, March 3. - Approximately
15,000 draft evaders are belie7ed by de-
partment of justice agents here, to
reside in Michigan.
For Campus news road the Mich-
The fountain of
youth is some-
times hidden by
the false foliage
of old age.* So
it was in She
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
ox, B. M., Daily.