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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADS GAMPAlG

Society To Sell p pA
Imported Gloves " ~LLI
I Gloves sold by Mortarboard for 1he U U TOGIE P UY H FRIDA
University of Michigan iLeague vill be
display andl ord wilhetakenito- Members of the Women's Athletic
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Mumiers will meet at 4 o'clock
today at the Theta Phi Alpha sorority
house, 821 University avenue.

juarters o fLeague Building Fund
Drive Will Be Moved to
Detroit
A. S. HOBART TO ACT AS
ASSISTANT DEAN OF WM0EN

aY, row, Tursay and Friday,
in the ball of Barlbour gymnasium.
Sororities, dormitories and the large
league houses will be canvassed. Or-
ders must be in by 6 o'clock Friday,
Feb. 15. The gloves wll arrive from
Paris before spring vacatioii.
Gloves like those sold this fall and
several new kinds will be shown. For

Dean Jean Hamilton has been ap-
pointed chairman of the committee in
charge of the building fund campaign
for the University of Michigan League,
according to an announcement made
on- Friday, Feb. 1. .The headquarters
ftr1 the work of the committee will
prdbably be moved from Ann Arbor to
Detroit. President Marion L. Burton
was named honorary chairman of the
committee.
Miss Hamilton will devote one-half
of her time for one year tothe cam-
paign work as a result of the action
of the Board of Regents which met the
latter Part of January. The assistant
to aid Miss Hamilton with her duties
as dean of women was announced to
be Murs. Amy S. Hobart of Cleveland
Mrs. Hobart, who beganther work yes-
terday in the office of the dean of wo-
men, attended Knox college and is a
graduate of the Cleveland Library
school. She has had executive work
as head of the girls' bureau under
therWelfare Federation of Cleveland
where she has complete charge of the
government housing bureau during the
war.
'Active work on the League build-
ing fund campaign will begin the mid-
dIe of February when the Alumnae
council holds its mid-winter meeting.
Miss Hamilton will announce her com-
mittee at that time. The former cam-
paign committee has resigned to allow
the council to act freely. An advisory
comittee for the alumnae in regard to
r'eorgnization p'ans. has been .ap-
pointed by President Burton, and con-
sists of Miss Hamilton, Dean Henry
M. Bates, of the Lbw school,, and J. C.
Christenson, assistant secretary of the
University.
The reason given for the proposed
change of the headquarters from Ann
Arbor to Detroit is that, in the latter
city, essential matters 'may be decid-
ed within a short space of time. Miss
Hamilton also considers it advisable to
locate the headquarters where the
greatest number of graduates are liv-
Ong and where people in general can
come conveniently.
Dean Hamilton.
To Give Tea Toda
All University women are cordialy
invited to a tea which Dean Jean Ham-
ilton is giving from 4 to 6 o'clock to-
day at her home, 172 Cambridge road.
This is the first of a series of teas
which Miss lariltn i s lanning for
the second semester. At' th ta this
afternoon the women of the University
will be given an opportunity to meet
Mrs.Amy S. Hobart, of Cleveland, who
has come to Ann Arbor to act as as-
sistant dean of women. Miss Zelma
Clark will pour.
AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Arcade-"Wild Bill Hicock" with
William S, Hart.
Majestic - "Little Old New
York."
Wuerth - "Richard the Lion
Hearted."
Orpheum - "The Sagebrush
Trail."
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association will be hostesses at a nov-
elty Valentine party from 4 to 6 o'-
clock Friday in Barbour gymnasium.
All the women on the campus are in-
vited to be present at this affair and
become acquainted with other women
in the various campus houses and
dormitories.
The features of the party will in-
clude a prize dance. Each house, dor-
mitory and sorority is requested to be
represented in this dance. The judges
including Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Dr.
Margaret Bell and Mrs. John Sund-
wall will pick the best social dancers
from the general dancing in order to
avoid the necessity of an exhibition.
Refreshments will also be served in
the parlors of the gymnasium.
Admission for the party will be 15
cents. - .

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Signing out slips for January are
The regular weekly teas given for now due in the office of the dean of
the graduate students will be resum- women,
ed at 4 o'clock today at Betsy Bar-I
Class basketball practice will begin1
bour house. Miss Fandira Crocker this week in Barbour gymnasium and
will act as hostess. continue the same as the first semes-
ter practices.
The French gloves which Mortar- I
board is selling for the University The cast of the first act of the Jun-
of Michigan League will be on dis- ior Girls' play will hold a rehearsal
play, and orders taken for them from from4 to 6 o'clack today in Sarah Ca.-
3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, Tuesday, 'Wed- well Angell hall.
nesday, Thursday and Friday of this
week in the hall of Barbour gymnas- It's true efficiency to use Daily
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Alumnae Plan Double Concert Athena to Hold Open Meeti:
Miss Edna Thomas, mezzo-contralto, "Movies of Today" will be th
and the Salzedor Harp Ensemble will jpect for topical discussion
appear in a double concert at the Re- open meeting of the Athena LI
gent theater of Grand Rapids, on Feb. society, which will be held at 7
29. The affair is under the auspices clock tonight in the Alpha Nui
of the Grand Rapids branch of the of University hall. Anyone inte
University of Michigan Alumnae as- in joining the society is invited
sociation and the profits will be given tend the meeting. Tryouts for
to the University of Michigan League bership will be held two weeks
building fund.; tonight.

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FIE TEA S REMA1IiN
IN BAETBA TOURY
With the first two rounds of the in-
ter-house basketball tourney complet-
ed, five teams remain in the race for
campus championship and the silver
loving sup which \vill be presented to
the-victorious team in the final round.
This cup will be passed on to the win-
ning team eanch consecutive year and}
will become the permenant possession
of a team who is capable of keeping
the cup for three years. The cup is
now on exhibition in Wahr's book-
store.
Pi Beta Phi will face Delta Gamma
and Gamma Phi Beta will meet Al-
pha Omicron Pi at 4:15 o'clock today
in Barbour gymnasium. The reeres
for the games will be: Marian Linds-
ley, Evelyn Dohany, Dorothy Davis andj
Norma Bowbeer.

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Oriental and Chinese Rugs will sell at auctions to be held
daily at 2 and 8 o'clock in our main floor store. The prices
will be as low if not lower than those asked for domestic rugs.
Masterpieces from the K. S. Jamgotch
Collection
Every rug to be sold is a masterpiece from the K. S. Jamgotch
collection. Beauty of design and harmony of color make
these luxurious rugs very desirable. They give the room a
warmth of coloring and add a welcome note of good taste and
beauty. Buy the Oriental and Chinese rugs at the p-iccs
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