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'WOMEN VOTERS IHOLO '

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PROIEN UTHORTO
SPEAK AT CONVNTION1
CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN
WILL TALK TO WOMEN
JOURNALISTS
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, promin-
ent author and newspaper woman,
vill, be one of the leading speakers
at the Michigan Women's Press con-
vention which will be held at the
Michigan Union today, tomorrow and
Saturday. She will talk on "The
Truth, the Whole Truth, and Noth-
ing but the Truth in Newspaper
Work.".
Mrs. Gilman began public work in
1890 lecturing on ethics, economics,
and sociology and writing in maga-
zines and papers on similar subjects.
She has also written stories and
poems. She has been especially iden-
tified with the labor problem and the
advance of women, and was editor of
"The Forerunner" from 1906-1916.
Among her later writings are "What
Diantha Did," "The Man Made World,"
"Moving the Mountain," and "His Re-
ligion and Hers." At present her
home is In Boston, Mass.
Both Thursday and Friday evenings
the women will meet at dinner with
the University Press club, and the
programs will include a talk by Willis
J. Abbot, editor of The Christian
science Monitor, who is a guest of the
conference
Lucille Bellamy, '25, and Eunice
Northrup, '25, students of the School
of Music, will open Friday afternoon's
program with a violin and vocal solo,
respectively. It is at this session that
Mrs. Gilman will ,Speak, and Miss
Jeanne Hoyt, of the Detroit News,
will tell of "The American Newspa-
per Woman Abroad." Mrs. Hudson A,
Sheldon and Mrs. Norman A. Wood, of
Ann Arbor, who have both recently
returned from trips in the Orient will
tell about conditions there, and Mrs.
Herbert A. Jump, of Ann Arbor, will
discuss "The College Girl in News-
paper Work."
At the joint dinner Friday evening,
the speakers will be' Dean Edmund E.
Day, of the School of Business Ad-
ministration, and Mr. Abbot.
Saturday morning will be taken up
with business meetings, and the en-
tire group will be guests of Fielding
H.,Yost and the Athletic association
at the Michigan and Iowa football
game in the afternoon.
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wool suits..
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Prices, $4-$8.75.
Corduroys with linen top.
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brown and blue. Fine French
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Plan Paper Sale I
For School Fund
As their second effort to raise
money for children of the hospital
school, the members of the Kings
Daughter's society are planning a
paper sale. According to those in
charge, it is expected that a carload
of magazines will be. collected by the
end of the week.
Fraternities and sororities are es-
pecially urged to contribute to this
sale by placing tied bundles of old1
magazines on their porches and noti-
fying either Mrs. John Mac Gregor,
1331-R or Mrs. Mary Buffington, 3414,1
who will see that the magazines are
called for. The returns from last
year's paper sale amounted to $415.
Begin Drive For
Community Fund'
Setting its goal at $2,600, the Chil-
dren's Aid division of the Community
fund began its drive Nov. 16 under
the direction of Mrs. E. E. Hartwick,

DEA1N JEAN HAMLTONs
REPORTS tEAGUE PLEOGE~
Resident alumnae of the University
of Michigan held a luncheon at the
Michigan Union last Saturday in or-
der to come together before the open-
ing of a three weeks campaign for
the University of Michigan League
building fund.
Dean Jean Hamilton, introduced by
Mrs. Theophile Raphael who presided
at the meeting following the lun-
cheon, gave a report on thc amount
already pledged and the amount paid
in for the building. She emphasized
the fact that the completion of the
fund depended upon a multitude of
pledges from alumnae, alumni, and
all those to whonq the great need of a
building makes an appeal. "Certain-
ly anyone conversant with conditions
on the campus and facilities in the
gymnasium will rejoice that more
than half of the required sum has
been raised, and that now a three
weeks campaign has begun here and

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STATE MEETING INDEC.'
Programs for the state meeting of
the Michigan League of Women Vot-I
ers, which will be held in Detroit on
Dec. 2 and 3, have been issued. The
registration will take place on Dec.
2 at the Wayne County League head-
quarters, Women's City club, Park
avenue. This will be followed by a
luncheon, with a speaker, business
session, and a banquet at 7 o'clock at
the Statler hotel, at which Mrs. Car- {
rie Chapman Catt will speak.
There will be more business meet-
ings on Wednesday. an~d a program at
2 o'clock. Miss Julia Lathrop will
speak then on "The Children's Amend.
ment;" an'other speaker, to be an-,
nounced later will talk on "The Legal
Status of Women."
Reservations for the banquet on
Tuesday night, at which Mrs. Catt will
talk, must be made today. Those de,
siring to attend should call Mrs. G.1
W. Patterson, president of the local
branch of the league.
Each branch is entitled to two dele-
gates who are eligible to vote at the
state meeting, but all members of the
organization are urged to attend the
iessions. The Ann Arbor branch will
hold a meeting soon in order to elect
the delegates. Furtl er information
may be obtained from'Mrs. Patterson.

RECORD ACTIVITIES OF
ALL UNIVERSITY WOMEN

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NOTICES

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THE BORDER LEGION"
TO BENEFIT GLEE CLI

The value of extra curricular ac-
tivities as training for socialized liv-
ing and in the' development of char-
acter is no longer doubted. The Wo-
men's League, recognizing this value
saw also the need of accurate rec-
ords of women's activities and estab-
lished the Honor Point file in their
office. The file is kept by a commit-
tee, the chairman of which is a mem-,
ber of the board of directors of the
League. The system provides a rec-
ord of a woman's interests and ser-
vices and distribution to prevent an
able girl from being over-worked.
The Judiciary Council nave made
their first report on the adjustment
l of honor points. A list of 22 names
of women who were found to have
excess honor points, more than 12,
was submitted to the Council by the
honor point committee.
, Of the 2r cases considered 18 girls
have reduced their points to 12. There
is one case in which the detision is
held pending further investigation.
In 3 cases the Council has determined
that due to the nature of the work re-
presented and to the superior schol-
arahip of the women concerned, the
excess points might be retained. The
honor point", committee will make
such reports bi-weekly to the Judi-

Members of the bride's
the Faculty Women's club
at 3:30 o'clock today at the4
226 South Ingalls street.

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will meett
clubhouse,

"The Border Legion,"

the

Grey story which will be shown
night at the Majestic theater, is
ing sponsored by the University G:
Glee club who will receive 20 pert
of the proceeds of all ticket s
made by them. Students who ex)

All articles for the Women's LeagueI
bazaar must be ready by tomorrow.

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to see this film are urged to pureche
All houses wishing to enter the in- j tickets from the members of the clu'
terhouse basketball tournament must and help swell their proceeds. Tick
sign up immediately in order that ets at the usual price of 50 cents ar
houses and coaches may be assigned.: on sale today in the corridor of Un
iversity hall and in the lobby of th
Junior advisors are requested to Library.
bring their freshmen to the Freshman The women's glee club will use th
Spread which will be given from 8:30 profits of the ticket sale to buy a nev
to 11:30 o'clock Saturday, Dec. 6, in music cabinet and to assist in defray
Barbour gymnasium. ing partial expenses of several out-of
town concerts which the club plan
Indoor gymnasium classes have be- to give during year.
gun and women who have work to
make up are asked to report to Miss Don't delay-Pay your Subscriptio
Ethel McCormick immediately, today.

Th anksgiving
candies

local chairman, assisted by Mrs. in other towns to fulfill the quota of
Theophile Raphael. I each," said Miss Hamilton.-
This society takes care of more Following Miss Hamilton's talk,
than 50 children monthly, receiving Miss Daphne Dodds related personal
them as they come from the hospital experiences gained during her work
and placing them in boarding homes, as field secretary which took her to
placing babies for adoption, and look- many cities. Miss Dodds said that
ing after their continued welfare by everywhere great interest was shown
means of close supervision. Annual in the way in which Ann Arbor and
expenses amount to approximately Detroit were responding.
$15,000, but part of'these are met by I The local financial report was
the main office, which works with the given by Mrs. James Kennedy, who
local chapter, on a half and half basis. stated that of an $84,000 quota for
Ann Arbor over $41,000 had al-
ready been pledged. The continuation
Si~c a D lta hi campaign committee hopes to com-
Elects Officers plete this quota.
Each resident Michigan woman is
-,--- asked to be responsible for $207 in
Sigma Delta Phi, honorary oratori- i pledges. This sum, apart from her
cal fraternity for women, met at 4:15 own life-membership fee of $50, can
o'clock Tuesday at the Zeta Tau Al- be made up of pledges obtained by
pha house. Florence Fuller, '25, vice- her from other sources, from wives
president, presided in the absence of of alumni whose life memberships
June Knisely Simpson, '25, president. are $100, from wives of faculty whose
Plans were made for the fall ini- life memberships are $50, adminis-
tiation and plans for a tea to be given trative officers, committee members,,
for the wives of the faculty were dis- school of music pupils over 21 years,
cussed. The following new officers and from anyone interested in seeing
were elected: Ruth Vermilyea, '26, this addition to student life.
treasurer, and Marguerite Goodman,--
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222 Nickels Arcade
Opp. Betsy Ross
Ask to see our ready-to-wear
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