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NUARY 13, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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IlVUIIIU LL U N L
SECURES MEMBERS'
Undergraduates Take Out More Than
175 Memberships During Drive
Carried On Last Week.
WILL CONTINUE CAMPAIGN
AMONG 'UNORGANIZED HOUSES

Is Officer Of
New York Bank

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PRlIZES O BE AWARDED
AT FINCY DRESS PARTY

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STUNTS BETWEEN DANCES
BE GIVEN BY SOC.
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More than 175 memberships were
secured from the women on the cam-
pus during the University of Michigan
League drive whch was held on Tues-
day, Wednesday and Thursday of,
last week, and approximately $600
was collected from those who made
first \payments oi- their subscript-
ions. The largest number of sub-
scriptions, 55, were secured at Mar-
tha Cook dormitory.
Although the campaign was offi-
cially concluded on Thursday even-
ing, it will be carried on throughout
the next week among unorganized
houses, which could not be personally
visited previously. Anyone who is
interested in having a representative
sent to her house to explain the
drive is asked to call Charlotte Blag-
don, '25, who will make a definite
appointment for such a purpose.
Miss Blagdon, who is chairman of
the drive, made the following state-'
ment in regard to the campaign, "I
would like to thank the women of
the University for thesco-operation
that they have given us in League,
drive, and I feel certain that in years
to come they will be more than repaid
for the response that they have
shown. k
All the women who worked on the'
drive are asked to meet at 3 o'clock
tomorrow at Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. Anyone who will be unable to
do so is expected to nottfy the chair-
man.

Awarding of prizes for the cleverest
stunt, the most unique group costume,'
the prettiest individual costume, and
the funniest individual costume will
make one of the Wain features of the
annual fancy dress party to be given
by the Women's League at 7:301
o'clock Saturday, Jan. 19. Admission
charge of 10 cents will be required
from those women who come in cos-
tume, and a charge of 25 cents for
those not in costume.
Stunts given by _ Mortarboard,
Wyvern, Senior society, and the sen-
ior, junior, sophomore, and freshman
classes will provide entertainment be-
tween dances. Music for dancing
will be furnished by Kenhedy's or-
chestra. Refreshments will be serv-
ed during the evening.
Judges for the stunts will be Mrs.
Marion L. Burton, Mrs. John R. Efifing-
er, Dean Jean Hamilton, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys, Mrs.
Tobias J. Diekhoff,,.Mrs. T. E. Rankin,
Mrs. L. A. Strauss and Mrs. F. W.
Peterson.
COVER DE SIG NF N ST
WiL OPEN TORROW,0

Matinee Musical'
To Give Concert E
Maud Okkelberg pianist, and Annis DENONEBY
Dexter Gray, contralto, will be heard
at the January program of Matinee The girl of today and
Musicale at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday the college girl was t
in the Union ballroom. Each will give bitter denunciation byI
several interesting groups of selec- Smith, president of Roa
tions. Both musicians are well known Roanoke, Va., at the o
in musical circles of the city. Maud annual meeting of the N
Okkelberg is instructor of pianoforte eran Educational confe
in the School of Music while Annis was held recently in Ne
Dexter Gray of the Ypsilanti Conserv- I He asserted that social
atory is a contralto at the Congrega- not. confined to any c
tional Church here. !and that he had person
Miss Lilah Hainer, social chairman ! of its existence in the th
of Matinee Musical, has arranged for inaries of his church.
a tea after the recital. Tickets will "Some women in eve
be sold at the door for non-members liquor," said Dr. Smith,
of the organization who are interest- enjoyed a smoke, manyo
ed in this particular concert. away their honor, but t
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F TODAY DTCuH'
EDUCATOR OF

d in particular:
he subject of
Dr. Charles J.
anoke College,
pening of the
National Liuth-
erence which
ew York City.
impurity was
lass or place
nal knowledge
eological sem-j
ry age drank)
, "a few even
of them threw,
the world has
n lrc cf

Wiering
P.)-Child
island of
companion
H1am, of G
after the
mer princ
shoes, one
ercise, or
about the
with his p
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learned to
"VMy best

girls, held the little ones scme +ims
f 1 4 l ; 'on my knee, drew for Ll~em!iture
? +r'Ae 4 . - of animals, and houses and trcf-, nd
even sketched some.of the n)t r;-
gave them the results of my dra,
ings.
en, Holland, Jan. 12--(By A.- "By association with the children. i
ren of the fishermen of the learned the language better and eas-
Wieringen were the chief ier than if I had devoted all my time
a of ex-Crown Prince Wil-to studying books and papers. The
e y da-rin intayerebrain of a normal youngster is the
ermany, during his stay here most curious thing in the world. The
revolution. When the for- best system for an adult to learn an-
e was not making horse- other language is to talk regularly
of his favorite forms of ex- with children about nature and about
reading, he Was strolling books and pictures. Children just na-
fields or along the wharfs turally are interested in everything."
als, the youngsters. It was William, who is 45, has six children
hildren, chiefly, that William of his own, the eldest being 18.
speak Dutch fluently.
t helpers in picking up the Patronize The DaiJ' 'a iertisers.

MASQUES
SELECT

WILL
MEMBERS

nev ereK nuw n Lue iAJn.g oose w
such an army of hard-drinking, cig-
arette-puffing, licentious Amazons as
walk our streets and invade our cam-
puses today.
"What can we do when the daugh-
ters of the so-called best people come

language were the children of the
fishermen," the ex-Prince said just be-
fore his departure to join his family
at his castle at Gels, Silesia. "The
children were not shy like the old
folks, some of whom often were awed
by my presence and just as natural as
could be. I played with the boys and

TYPEWRIT ERS
For RENT or SALE
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Phone 342-R
State and Willlam

Active members-.of Masques dra-I
matic society will meet at 4 o'clock

could be. I played with the boys and

Miss Helen Varick Boswell
The first woman to be made an of-
ficer in a bank in New York City is
Miss Helen Varick Boswell, vice-pres-
ident of the Republican county com-
mittee, and long associated with Re-
publican politics throughout the coun-
try. She has been appointed vice-
president of the Brotherhood of Lo-
comotive Engineers' Co-operative
Trust company, which recently opened
its doors in its new building at Sev-
enth avenue and Thirty-third street,
New York. Warren S. Stone is presi-'
dent,

A contest for the best cover design
for programs of the Junior Girl's
play which will be produced March'
18, 19, 20, 21, and 22 at the Whitney
theatre will begin at a meeting to be
held at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow in the
west parlor of Barbour gymnasium.
Requirements and suggestions for the
design will be given at that time.
Competition in designing will be
stimulated this year by a prize of $15
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the final decision and election of me- abundantly in paint; with a bottle of
bers to theciety. ndetnliquor not on the hip, but in the
bers to thescey
Over 150 women have tried out for handbag; dance as voluptuously as # kwnIytyti#
membership in the society and as the cP r
entire membership is limited to 50, ions to iethe opportunity to
it is necessary to call this extra meet- quench their thirst, and engage in vi-
ing and select women from the list I olent petting parties inthe luxurious
already chosen. All members of the
society are urged to be present at
this meeting. Robert W. Patterson, ex-'18, vice
council for the- United States at Liver-
Announces News Committee Head pool, England, for the past two and At the present price of optical goods, I will exarmine your
Kenneth Kellar, '26, has been ap- a half years has been transferred to eyes thoroughly, and furnish you with a pair of high grade
pointed chairman of the news com- Hamburg, Germany., Patterson is the
mittee of the Student Christian associ- son of Dean George W. Patterson of shell glasses at the extremely low price of TEN DOLLARS
ation it was announced yesterday. the engineering college. The only time limit on this offer is in the event that prices for
The other members of the news com- t the goods are advanced to me.
mittee are Lester Robertson, '26, and Daily Want' Ads always briig "goo
aresults - Remember 'that I practice the McCormick System, being
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tor-General of Antiquities in Egypt and special correspondent _Al work guaranteed absolutely satisfactor
for the London Daily Mail and the North Aemrican News-
paper Alliance at the opening of the tomb of TutankhamenN
speak Wednesday, January 16, at Hill Auditoriumn.=
under auspices Oratorical Association.' At 4iod's State St. Jewe'ery Store 802 sta . n Arbor
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Mummers members neet at 12:15 o'-
clock tomorrow at Day's studio for
their 'Ensian picture. All dues must
be paid by that time.
Kappa Phi will meet at 3 o'clock
today at Spedding's studio for the
Michiganensian uleture.
All women who worked on the Mich-
igan League membership drive aro
asked to meett at 3 o'clock tomorrow
in Sarah Caswel lAngell ahll. Any-
one who cannot do so will please,
notify Charlotte Blagdon, '25.

Zor the nest design submitted[. The
Athena to Rold Open Meeting
design chosen will be used on the
Everyone who is interested is invit- general posters and for advertising
ed to attend the open meeting of the purposes.
Athena Literary society which will be Tryouts for the orchestra for the
1held at 7:15 o'clock, Tuesday, in the play will be held at 3:30 o'clock Wed-
eAlpha Nu rooms of University hall. nesday, Jan. 16, in room 106 School of
There will be a general discussion of; Music. Places in the orchestra are
the Bok Peace plan, in addition 'to open to all junior women. They are
which the following program has been asked to bring instruments and music
announced: "Stephen Leacock as a for the tryout.
Dramatic Critic," by Clara,'Lau,' '25;
udge Ben ndsay'se;Wk ingthe Chicago, Jan. 12-The University of
Juve4;.anleThCo, sythelofaWiegardChicago's national championship in-
'24; and "The Composition of a Sym ter-scholastic basketball tournament
I phony Orchestra," by Helen Gustine, which last year drew 40 teams from
'25. ,129 states, will be held April 1 to 5,
it was announced tonight.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
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The Portia group picture for the
Michiganensian will be taken at noon
on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Members of
the organization are asked to reserve
this time for that purpose.
There will be no inre neeings of j
the Women's Educational club this
semester. The next meeting will be
held the first Thursday of next se-
mester.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow in the par-
lors of Barbour gymnasium.
Michigan Dames will meet at 8
o'clock Tuesday at the Faculty Wom-
en's club house.
Wyvern society will have its picture
taken at 5 o'clock Thursday at Dey's
studio.
There will be be an important bas-
ketball practice for all freshmen inI
Group 2 of the freshmen activities
committee tomorrow night, at 6:30
o'clock on court 4 in Waterman gym-
nasium.

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For 2 Days Only--
Monday and Tuesday
we wili sell at
1-4 Of
Kodaks Narcissus
Book Ends Pottery
mottoes, Plaques
Ofd

Goves for evening wear
are of finest French kid-
1$-button lengths. Black
and white. $.50. Ostrich
trimmed party bags, $5.

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tume ls one of these os-
trich fans. Single plume or
spread shapes. All colors.
$7.54 to $18.

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Glittering lieadbands will
distinguish their wearers
at any formal affair. ua
merous dellghtfud yes.
At $1 to $13.50.

A costame slip of rich
silk is necessary if one's
gown is to hang proper.
ly. These are in white,
flesh and black, $4.50 to
$s.50. ,.r. .s

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Lovely Creations

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Three Flowcrs toilette aids
will be appreciated by all
dainty women. Everything
that's needed. 50c to $2.50.

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you prices on favors for

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Gowns in styles that will reflect
your good taste, gowns with beauty
that will serve to enhance your own
charms, gowns that will focus ad-
ming attention upon you-these
await you at Goodyear's. New, to
be sure. In silhouette, in color, fab-

Oriental, the new Warner
wrap-around of flesh-co-
ored suede, is designed
especially for evening
near. You'll like' It. $&,50.

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