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October 11, 1924 - Image 5

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The state supreme court of Idaho in which 12 women acted as jurors
recently rendered a decision against was reversed by the court's decision.
women acting as jurors, even though
electors of the county in which they Foreign Subscriptions $4.00- pay-
reside. The judgment in a liquor case' able now.

The Daily "Classified"


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Of Empire State
TOWN FOOTALL ES' Governor's House

k According to a report from the
I Dean of Women's office 121 women
have signed up to go to the M. A. C.
_;ame. Miss Helen Bishop, director
of Helen Newterry residence, and
STiss Jeanette Perry, director of Bet-
y IyBarbour house are the. chaperons
selctedl for the occasion.
A specie l train will leave here at
8 o'clock this morning. A tour of
Lansing including a visit to the cap-
iit1l has been arranged for students
who take this special train. The
ira iri leaves Lansing to return at 7
o'cl.ock, tonight.i
Fifty woen nave signed up for
7 the Illinois game up to date. The
Michigan Central ticket agent an-
nounced that there will surely be a
Sspecial train for the women.
Oberlin Student
Compares Rules
Of Two Schools
"Regulations for college women at
Oberlin are much more rigid than
here at the University of Mich'igan,"
-states a student, who has recently
transferred to the University from
C'berlin, and then naively adds, "You
see -.t Oberlin, there are four girls
to one man and the poor male must
be protected."
Oberlin is a relatively small col-
lage. However, people of many differ-
ont nationalities are attracted there
by the broadminded views shaxd by
that college. +Oberlinwas the first
college to admnit the negro and to in-
troduce co-education.
Freshmen women are required to
be in at 8 o'clock; sophomores at
8:30; juniors and seniors at 9:30
o'clock. Until three years ago danc-
ing was not permitted. Then, it was
introduced as an experiment and now
has become established by vote of
the students. On week nights, there
is dancing from 7 to 8 o'clock and on
Saturdays, until 9:30 o'clock. The
Junior and Senior Proms begin at
7 and close at 11 o'clock.
Women are not permitted to go
automobile riding except with rela-
tives, and on Sunday, they may not
go walking with men, unless they go
to church.
The freshmen men - wear bright
green caps, with' yellow buttons sin-
ilar to the pot worn ty the Michigan
student. The big event of the year isj
the "Bag Rush" which corresponds to
the "Cane Spree" here and is quite as
Oberlin has a very fine conserva-
tory, a literary department and theo-
logical department. The college is,
active in missionary work and main-
tains a branch in Shanghai. Pray-
er Day and Shanghai Day are as
much of an institution there as Tra-
ditions Day at Michigan.

1W0M:N1S CLUB H~li
The first regular meeting of the
Women's club which wos held at 2:30
o'clock last Tuesday at Lane hall was
in the form of a get-together meet-
ing rather than a business meeting.




From 9 Till 12 P. M.
BARNEY'S Kosher Delicatessen
640 Haven Phone 208-M



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Two hundred women were present.
A "President's Day" program in-
cluded 15 minute talks by three of
the former presidents of the club..
Mrs. Freemont Wood, of Pontiac
Avenue, gave a short account of her
visit in Porto Rico this summer.
This wr s followed by the remarks of
Mrs. Norman A. Wood, wife of Nor-
\an Wood, Curator of Birds in the
Museum of Zoology of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Mr. 'and Mrs. Wood
spent the summer in Nan King, China,
where Mr. Wood was instrumental in
establishing a department of Biology
in Gingling college located in that
city. The next speaker, Mrs. Bessie
Townley, of Washtenaw Avenue gave
a number of personal glimpses of
her three months trip in Europe.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of the School
of Music, rendered a group of songs
wlich concluded the program.
In addition to the regular program
the secretary of the Automobile club
spoke on "The Proposed Traffic Reg-,
ulations for Ann Arbor."
Refreshments were served by the
entertainment committee. The an-
nouncement was made of the next
meeting which will be held at 2:30
o'clock Tuesday, October 14 at Lane

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Only $5
(Just Like the $7 Duofc
Except for Size)
Jewel-Smooth 25-Year Point
and All
STURDY Duofold Jr. and slender
Lady Duofold at $5 each are not
distant relatives, but full-blooded
Parker Duofolds. Except for size, the
same in every respect as the $7 Over-
size Duofold with the extra ink
The same black-tipped lacquer-red
barrh~. The same jewel-smooth point
guaranteed, if not mistreated, for 25
years' WEAR. The Same Press-But-
ton Filler, capped inside the barrel
where it can't mar the beauty or catch
on the clothing. The same Ink-Tight
Duo-Sleeve Cap and the sure-rfire
"Lucky Curve" feed, and the same
classic symmetry and balance that
inspire the hand to write and to write
clear and strong.
Whenever you write, or lend a pan
-,pull a good one! Any good pen
counter will sell you Parker Duofold.
Step in and get it-but look for this
stamp on the barrel-"Geo. S. Parker
-DUOFOLD."Then initation can't
deceive you.
Manufacturers also cf Parke;Duofold Pencila
to match the pen. $3.50
Factory and General ofliceo

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Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., wife
of the assistant secretary of the navy,
may be the next hostess of New York's
executive mansion. Her husband ap-
pears to have the Republican nomin-
ation for governor assured.f
Freshman Spread
Committee To Meet
Freshman Spread Committe will
meet in the parlors of Barbour Gym-
nasiu,m4 .t 4:15 o'clock Tuesday. Mar
Barrott, '27, will act as the temporary
chairman. The commaittee chairman
will be appointed .at this time, and
plans for the Freshman Spread willi
be discussed. All the members are
arged to be present.,



Due to a mistage in the news source1
of the story concerning the Pan-Hell-I
enic ball, The Daily wishes to an-!
nounce that the facts given in tne
Story were discussed at the meeting
but not definitelLy decided.
Do Your Duly, Be Sure and Tote. I
La cal Subscriptions $3.50-payable

Begin Activities
Social activities for the year were
opened at the reception given by the
Faculty Women's club Thursday
afternoon at the Michigan Union. New
" members of the club were welcomed
on this occasion by the former mem-
bers. More than 300 guests were
I present.nt
Mrs. M. L. Burton, president, intro-
duced Prof. H. G. Thieme, of the
French department, who explained
the use to which a check, that the
club sent him last year in Paris, was
lput. This was for the furnishing of
a room in a girl's dormitory of the
University of Paris for women grad-
uates of the University of Michigan:
Have You Voted? Apply on Campus

makes the most acceptable pres-
ent that you can possibly select
for your mother, sister, wife or
fiancee. It is the very smartest
kind of timepiece and besides
representing the mode of the
hour our wrist watches repre-
sent value of the highest kind.
Fine line of Gruen in latest
designs in white gold.
Our line includes the Longine,
Gruen, Hamilton and all stand.
ard makes. Also complete lines
in men's strap watches.


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for bag.
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Members of the World Fellowshipl
committee of th'e Y. W. C. A. are re-
quested to leave their schedule cards
with Miss Mary Ross at once as it is
necessary to plan a time for meeting.
Today. and tomorrow are the last
days on which the second round
matches of the tennis tournament
may be played. Results should be
recorded on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium immediately.
An organized hike for honor points
in the W. A. A. will start from Bar-
bour gymnasium at 8 o'clock tomor-

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fortl-Sunday reservations.
Discrimniniting -.Sunday Dinner .
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Junior women who are interested in
writing music for the Junior Ciris'
play are requested to meet at 3 o'-
clock Tuesday in Barbour gymnas-
All junior and senior women play-I
i!g on the interhouse hockey .teame
wl:o have not had heart and lung ex
aminations this fall may be examinee
between the hours of 4 and 6 o'cloct-
Monday at Palmer field house and a
the same hours on Tuesday at the
Health service.

For class and campus wear the tailored blouse of English Broadcloth is the most appropriate garb. It
may be worn with suit or sweater costume. The plain white ones in overblouse style have a tailored
collar and black tie, priced $2.95. More elaborate ones of white pre trimmed with rainbow bands
and are priced $4.95 while solid colored ones in 1,lue -or white with light green trimming are priced

How the Madame X Girdle
Reduces Waist and Hips


There will be an important meet-
ing of the athletic managers at 4 o'-
celck, Tuesday in Barbour gymnas-
Interhouse hockey practices sched.
ded for Wednesday, Oct. 15, will b<
postponed to Friday, Oct. 17, from
to 5 o'clock, on account of the Wom-.
on's Athletic association party whict
w1ll be held on Wednesday.
There will be open archery prac-
tice from 3 to 4 o'clock, Tuesday at
Palmer field.

CLIP into the Madame X Reducing Girdle
i and see how it improves your figure. Not
only makes you look thinner-but gently
-massages away the disfiguring useless fat from
waist, thighs and hips. Made of pure, live re-
silient rubber-the very kind prescribed by
world famous athletic coaches, and worn by
thousands of athletes for reducing purposes.
As cool as an ordinary corset, the Madame X4
Girdle brings results quicker in the summer
than any other time. Worn over the under-
garment insteadof corsets. Just the thing for
sport wear. Back lacing permits adjusting as
figure becomes slender. Special open front
gives perfect case. Made of resilient Para
rubbery with two pairs of garters.

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Have You Seen The

For Under Neath
The Netherall

Window Demonstration
Today concludes our special window
demonstration of Humming Bird hose.
At ten, twelve, two and four o'clock a
living model will enter the window and
test the durability of these lovely hose.
They are trim fitting, pure silk, and dur-
able, yet priced only $1.50.

The Netherall takes the place of a vest,
brassiere and a girdle, and is worn next
to the skin. It keeps the figure slim and
smooth without interfering with the free-
dom of motion necessary to dancing and
at letics. Priced $5.00.

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