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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1924

iHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRESIDENT

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Dean Haimilton,
Speaks To Senior

Women At Tea
More th-n 300 guests attended the
tea given in honor of the senior wom-
earlotte A. Biagdoii, 25, President en yesterday afternoon in Martha Cook
of Women's League, Introdulces building. The senior women of Mar-
Speaker tha Cook acted as hostesses. Dean
Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Wilbur R. Hum-
1000 WOMEN ATTEND 'phreys, Mirs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dr.
t,___Margaret Bell, Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd,
J,4"Probably the only thing that isM issAisLJL. N ;nAllenS
tprth while is the standard which Zelma Clark, Miss Grace Richards
-ver recedes as you approach it," and Mrs. A. S. Hobart, received the
aid President Marion L. Burton, wlho senior women.'
ddressed the University women at 1 Refreshments were served in the
d'clocksd te nivhtn Uncorridor after which the guests were
o'clock, last night in Uneirsity ushered into the blue room where
'all. Dr. Burton chose as his sub- Dean Hamilton spoke to the guests.
,ect "What is Worth While?' Miss Hamilton emphasized the fact
Charlotte A. Blagdon, '2>, rsn that: "You are not able to do things
"f the Women's league, introduced without giving a thought of having in-
he speaker. Miss Blagdon also in- fluence." She said that the knowledge
troduced Jane Gibson, '25, president of the last three years should be an
f the Young Women's association, -'ei 1± suture yeais. She also
'nd Marianna Smalley, '25, presi- stressed the importance of the Senior
=ent of the Women's Athletic asso- play and the Senior breakfast. She
jiation. More than a thousand No- urged that the elections for the two
mien attended the meeting which was committees be made early.
-he first 'mass meeting of the year. This tea is the first event of its{
"The largest thing a college does kind and it is hoped to make it tra-I
is to open a woman's eyes to what ditional.'
a worth while," continued Dr. ur- _
;on. "There are certain elements that A On. s
you must recognize in your sense of W . A. A. Organzes
5alues, first, intellectual. Civilization Hik s r We
s beautiful when it is diversified. kes For Wo nen
second, human element, for human ---
ical, for activity is a synonym for Organized hikes for honor points'
ife must have warmth. Third, prac- have been arranged for women by the
ife. Each of these is worthless with- W. A. A. The first hike will start
=ut the spiritual element. Ther is from Barbour gymnasium at 8 o'clock'
o more severe test comes to a wo- Saturday, under the direction of Mary!
anan than it requires the courage to Allshouse, '27, who will guide the1
I1and for what's right instead of hikers to niny of the beauty spots{
nvhat is popular. There isn't anything around Ann Arbor. All University
Samlife that's as worth while as char- women are invited to, join.
Tcter," said President Burton in

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ANNUAL__LOVE SALE
EVERY LEAGUE HOUSE, SOROR-
ITY, DORMITORY TO BE CAN-
VASSED DURING SALE
Unusual styles and unique colors
as well as the very latest in tailored
gauntlets will be offered for sale
today under the auspices of Mortar-
board, senior honorary society.
The gloves are of the best grade
genuine French kid and have been
imported directly from the French,
factories b y special arrangement.
While cut and stitched in the newest
fashions, the prices are reasonable
and within easy reach of the average
university woman, according to the
officers of the society.
Four years ago Mortarboard con-
ducted its first French glove sale
and the quality as well as the price
of the goods created such a demand
that it became an annual event. All
profits are turned over to the Wo-
men's League fund, therefore it is
desirous that all women who contem-
plate buying gloves should do so at
this time.
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses will be canvassed by girls
with samples and orders will' be
taken beginning tonight. A booth will
be open from 3 to 5 o'clock Friday

CHAI' NCEPRACTICE HOURS
FOR INTERCLASS HOCKEY
Hours for interclass hockey prac-
tice for women have been changed.
Juniors and seniors will practice at
4 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday,
while the freshmen and sophomores
will practice at 5 o'clock on the same
days.
A large number of players have
already turned out for practice, and'
keen enthusiasm is being shown,
which is symbolized by the display
of class colors which are conspicuous
against the green of Palmer field, ac-
cording to the hockey coacn.

Under the coaching of Miss Ger-
maine Guiot, who is head of the phy-
sical education department of Kala-
nmr zoo normal and who is here on
leave of absence, strong team-work
is being developed and prospects are
very good for some snappy games.
Mlle. Gabrielle Dorziat, one of the
most beautiful actresses of the French
stage, is also a successful dress de-
designer. Lovely gowns of her de-
signing were worn at Doucet's show-
ing in Paris by a most distinguished
manikin-no less than -the Princess
Helen Troubetskey, famous Russian
grande dame.
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Have a Complete
.Assortment of :'..
Autumn Hats
on display.
Pokes, turbans, off the face models
in felt, velvet, hatter's plush and
velour, trimmed with ribbon effects,
ornaments, pom-poms and feather
fancies.
EMMA B. FOGERTY'S.

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Monday and Tuesday and from 10 to
12 o'clock Saturday morning. The
destination of the booth will be an-
nounced tomorrow. Gloves will be on
display at these times and orders
taken. Margaret Beal, 1516-R will
give further information on the sale.
The sale closes Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Berlin, Oct. 2.- The condition of
Maxim Gorky, the, author, is consid-
ered hopeless.

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