TUESDAY, OCTODER 21, 1924 1IE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PR SIDENT TO SPEAK
AT"Y7"USUET OCTI 28
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President Marion L. Burton will be
the speaker at the membership ban-
iquct of the Y. W. C. A. which is to
be held at 5:30 o'clock, Oct. 2S, in
Parbour gymnasium. Both the stu-
c(nt and city associations are con-
dining in this affair, making it possi-
ble for any woman in Ann Arbor who
is a member of the Y. W. C. A. to at-
tend the banquet. This includes
tihose who are members through the
.,tudent or city associations, the ad -
visory members and the contributing
Riuth Rankin, '26, chairman of the
ocial committee of the Y. W. C. A.
and Rosalea Spaulding, '25, chair-
man of the membership conmittec
are in charge of the plans for the ban-j
(Juct. They will be assisted by the
following committee.: Loretta Coop-
cr, '26, publicity; Lenore Gardner,
'27, Margaret Seinan, '28, Dorothy At-
kimn, '27, and Doris Gladden, '27, dec-
ur-ion; Katherine Wilkin, '27, 1\Iar-
garet Eaten, '26, and Leola Woodruff,
'28, service; Manion Good, '26, Dorothy
Sp(encer, '27, Clara Tsao, '27, Helen
Stair, '28, tickets; Mae Kellar, '28, and
Marion Meyer, '27, program.
'T ickets are on sale at Newberry hail.
lh price is 75 cents apiece.
SWins Fame AS TVHOLD CONFERENCE
Writer Of Songs ON CHILD &ONSRATION
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Alpha Omicron Pi defeated Delta
Gamma in the initial contest opening
the intra-mural hockey tournament
yesterday with a .2 to 0 score.
Neither of the teams had scored up
until the end of the first half. In the
third and fourth quarters through the
playing skill and speed of Helen
Boorman, '25, center halfback on the
Alpha Omicron Pi team, the score
was made and the opponents defeated.
Alma Grouse, '25, Delta Gamma's
center forward, distinguished herself
on the losing steam.
A large group of rooters turned out
in support of the two teams. This
year a greater amount of enthusiasm
his been shown in the hockey tourna-
ment than in previous years, accord-
ing to'the directors of the department
of physical education. "Twenty teams
have signed up to participate in the
inter-house tournament," Miss 3h!lel
McCormick, director of the -depart-
ment stated. "Women have made ar-
rangements for extra practices on
Friday and Saturday."
The next games of the first round
will be played off at 4 o'clock on
Wednesday when Betsy Barbour
l ouse will meet Adelia Cheever and
Kappa Alpha Theta will contest with
Pi Beta PhI.
Miss Arthurrlite Tborn on
It has been claimed that there are
no great women composers, of music.
It is true that there are no names to'
rival Wagner, Mozart, Mendelssohn,
in music as that of Bonheur rivals
the equally famous male painters ofI
her day, but there are many who
have earned more than passing fame
and it remains to be seen what the
newer freedom for women will do for I
her in this direction.
Liza Lehmann, Cecile Chaminade,
Carrie Jacobs Bond (in lighter vein)
and Mary Bradford Crowninshield
are only a few names one might
quote as illustrative of the work wo-
men are doing in musical composi-
Miss Arthurine Thornton, pretty
18-year-old student of the University
of California, is attracting national,
attention with her song writing abil-f
ity. She hrs made a numbl.er of hits
with her songs, two of the latest be-
ing "W )on You're Away," and "Your!
Lovin' Baby." Miss Thornton also
has an opera written in treble clef to1
her credit. It is entitled, "The Match
!Makers." She is a pianist of note.
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PROF. B. H. BARTILETT TO SPEAK
AT EVENING SESSION ON
The fourth annual convention of the
Michigan Federation of Child Conser-
vation league will be held Oct. 29 and
30 at the Michign Union.
The first session will open at 10
o'clock Wednesdy, Oct. 29, with the
registrgtion and seating of delegates.
Dr. Arthur Stalker will give the in-
vocation at 10:45 o'clock which will
be followed by group singing and the
address of welcome which will be giv-
en by Mrs. .N. R. Smith,' president of'
the Ann Arbor circle.
Reports from the various officers
and a discussion of a proposed budget
will make up the business of the re-
mainder of the morning. The dele-
gates will have luncheon 'at the Union.1
The delegates will attend the Twi-t
light recital at Hill auditorium in the
afternoon and Wvill be entertained at
supper by the Ann Arbor circle at thet
home of Mrs. H. S. Mallory. Prof.
Barbara H. Bartlett; of the hygiene de-
prtment, will speak to the delegates
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday on "The
Physical Health of the Young Child."
After a business meeting Thursday
morning the delegates will make a
tour of the campus and visit the Un-
iversity buildings. They will have
lunch at Barton Hills Country club.
Prof. Theophile Rachael, of the psy-
chiatry department, will lecture at 2
o'clock Thursday on facts to be con-
sidered in connection with the con-
duct and abnormalities of children.
The remaining part of the afternoon
will be taken up in discussion and ther
election of officers.
A pageant conducted by Mrs. B. F.
Browne and in which the various state
cir:les will participate will be" given
at the closing meeting at 7:30 o'-
Dr. L. Rosa 1I. Gantt, of Spartan-
burg, South Carolina, was recently
appointed to the South Carolina
board of public welfare.
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ed the organization of the freshman the campus. Oh, but that's too far to
club, meals and how about the disposition 1
-of the landlady. That's always an im-
Albany, N. Y., Oct. 20.-The honor- portant item.
ary degree, doctor of laws, was con- And (this in a strictly confidential
erred on Secretary of State Charles tone) do you know where one can get
E. Hughes, and by proxy on Dr. Sunday dinner for fifty cents?
Charles W. Elliot, president emeritus
of Harvard 'university, at the closing Tacoma, Washington, Oct. 18.-The
session of the sixtieth convocation of navy dirigible Shenandoah dropped a
the University of the State of New line on , the landing field at Camp
York here. Lewis at 6:35 o'clock tonight which
was picked up by the ground crew
Stanford University, Calif.; Oct. and attached to a line from the power
20.--Thirty-one men have rePorted for winches at the foot of' the mast. The
the first practice of the Stanford un- process of mooring the big airship for
iversity pony polo team. the night then began.
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University Girls' Giee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock today. The
place of meeting; has been changed
to room 305, School of 1Music.
The cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.
wil meet at 4:15 o'clock today in
Michigan Daines will meet at 8
o'clock tonight at the Faculty Wo-
men's Club, 226 S. Ingalls. All wives
of students are invited to attend.
An important meeting of the execu-
tive board of the Women's Athletic
association will be held at 5 o'clock,
tomorrow in Barbour gymnasium.
will meet at 8: o
in the playroom of
Proofs for the faculty directory are
now being read at the registrar's of-
fice. - This directory is the official
University publication compiled for
the use of the members of the faculty.
A copy of this directory is also in-
cluded in the Official Students' Di-
If any changes have been made
since the check lists and cards were
filled out by faculty members the.
registrar's office should be notiled at
once. There are several cards which
iav3 not yet been turned in, by memi-
hers of the faculty. These should be
seent to the office of the registrar ia-
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The swanky, boyish, short
vamp Oxford hit-in diamond
brilliant glass .grain tan calf-
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shorter-so are shoes
Here it is - the Walk-Over style that stole a march
on the whole country. Look at it. It's an oxford,
the shoe that Walk-Over made famous-but it's
anew kind of oxford. It has that short vamp
with the wide toe that makes feet look two full
sizes smaller. Skirts this autumn are shorter. Ox-
fords, to he smart, must have a short vamp. To
wear this smart new style, you must wear Walk-