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SUNDAY, ,

JANUARY 11, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ANNUAL COSTUME
P!IRTY ST FOR SAT.
; Directors~ of League WIill Lead Grand
March at Fancy lPress
L'rty
.. PRIZES AWARDED
The grandl march at the. annual
Fancy dress party which will be held
~aturday, Jan. 17, :n Barbour gymi-
~asium will be led by the oard of di-
~,actrsof the Women's League. The.
mrhwill begin at 7:30 o'clock and
"VillI be in three divisions comprised
frof groups from 4 to 9, 10 to 15, and 1
;.And over. As the groups pass in re-
1view, the house presenting the best
igroup costume in competition for the
wrize will be selected.
',Individual prizes for the funniest,
, i ettiest, and most. ingenious cos-
~ttiines will be offered. Following the
grand march the three honor societies,
Wyvern, Mortarboard, and Senior lhon-
or society, will each put on a stunt,
'These will be followed by stunts by
each of the four classes, freshmen,
Ssophomore, junior, and senior, and a
prrze will be given for the best stunt.
The judges for the occasion include:
Mrs. M. L. Burton. Mrs. J. ItB. Effing-
eMrs. A. S. Whitney, Mrs .J. A.
L Pursley, Dean Jean llamilton, Mrs.
S Amy Hobart, Miss Grace Rtichards, Dri.
Margaret Bell, Miss Ethel McCormick,
and( Miss A. L. ake.
The Kappa Sigma orchestra will
furnish the music for dancing, which
iil coi nie until 11 o'clock. A
admission charge of 25 ents will be
+made for snectators, who will find
seats in the gallery.
Committees in charge of the party
are: Elizabeth Tompkins, '26, gener-
al chairman; Dorothy Cline, 'Ni
Sstunts; olive Ilymra u, '25, palroness-
cae; Elizabeth McDowell, , refresh-
4ments; Alice Powell, '25, posters;
Harriet Abbott,,'27, houses ; Jean K -
er, '27, prizes.
TEAM MANAGRSPLN
BASKETBALL TOURNEY
Plans for the annual inter-house
basketball tournament will le made
at a meeting of all the team managers,
which will be held at 4 o'clock, Wed-
n esd y,.in 'Barbour gymnnasiuma. Any
Smanager who cannot attend should
tsend a substitute. The managers will
~draw for opponents and dates of play-
Iing. The meeting will be short and
,the regular practice will be held after-
w';.aar(Is.
Practices will continue until the be-
ginning of the examination period.
The first game of the tournament will
be played Fel. 11, the first Wednesday
1of the new semester. The houses will
compete for the silver cup which was
e4won by Delta Gamma for the first time
flast year, and which will be awarded
' permanently to any house which wins
it for three successive years.
DISCUSS MODERN BOOKS
Various modern books xwill be (1is-
cussed at the regular mieeting of
3 Athena literary society at 7 :15 o'clock
rrilestay in the Athena club rooms of
Angell hall. Matilda Sommierield, '28,
will talk on Alfred Noys' "Aspects of
IModern Poetry;" Norma Green, '27,
t will review Stuart P. Sherman's
¢"Americans," and Katherinie Matthews,
'28, will sperk of Ben Ilcct's
Kt "lurnpty-Duinpty." A general (iscus -
ion by all members of Melnc~en's
"Defense of Women" and James 1B.
t'Cabell's "In a Santung Garden" and
1 "Straws and Prayer Books" will follow

the regular program.
~' Announcementl'Ims beeinimadle of t he
Imarriage of Miss Fanny Wiseman.,
Grand Rapids, to I:. W. Ilarelik, "25M.
1-farelik is a memiber of: Ph Lambda
Ktappa fraternit y. Trhe marriage took
j-lace during Christmas vacation.

Deans Join Fun
At "Kids'. Party
For Ilonor Counci'l

I OUT PROGRAM
FOR CONVENTION

a,1'in lf~lrtondl& an -)f \voiiei,
and~ M rs. A my H obart. assistant (leen,l
added to the fan of the Honor Coutn- Kink~'s TAiizghtli and Sow; Orf:ier
cil's "kaid" p~art, Friday afternoon in! WillII ld ('eiference at
Ba~rbour gymnasiumn, when they played; liili~l
"Fa rmer in the Dell," with the "kids.''
All the children were (lelighted wih TO HOLD LUNCHEON
the refreshments of lolly-pops and __
animal crackers. The appropriate TeTetehAna ovnino
prizes given in the gamnes caused muchI
hilarity. A big green aeroplane was the Washtenaxv County Branch of the
given for "Going to Jerusalem," so; Micigan Branch of the International
that the homhewardl journey mright bej Order of King's Daughters and Sons
swifter. Entertainment was furnishedj will meet Wednesday at the M',ichigan
by Lois Porter, '28, who gave a readi-! Union.
ing, and Helen MN-orse, '28, who danced.! The program which will begin at
lRed and purple balloons ser'ved as; 9:20 o'clock is as follows: Devotional
decorations when the. party began,. exercise';led by Mrs. A. W. Stalker;
but before long thIe "kid,"h dtaken convention opened, Mrs. Albert R. Crit-
them down, till at the end of the party tendon ; presentation of program, Mrs.
D01 ne w e left . 1 'riz :s were awarded J. E. Emswiler; introduction o11.Ithe I
to Chaz°Iotte Fralick, '28. and Gretchen! convention guests; ;M'rs. George H.'
Schroeder, '26, for the best costumes.1 Prior, international ])resident; Mrs.
Elizabeth B~otsford, '25 was general Dewitt. llI. Hunt, state piersident; Mrs.
chairman. William Lahring, first vice-p)resident
-- Mrs. F. R. Smith, second vice-presi-
ir I (dent; Mrs. J. C. Stewart, recording
LEAGUE TO LAUNCH f isecretary; Mrs. .B.Swy oe>
111L nding secretary; Mrs. Charles Ilor-
Cg~ g ~iton i! CE. Bishop, Ms :avyHle,:is
- ; Arthur Brown, Mrs. Guy Van Doren,
With the (quota of 90 per cent in! Mrs. Rupright, executive board; 'Mrs.
view t he Women's Leag ue will launch J. AV'. Strong, president of Wayne
their canmpaign for life membership '-county; Mrs. Thom as Formsan, pr~esi-'
in the XWom en's League organization dent, Mvacomb county; Mr is. E. 'T.
Tuesday md canmt inue through Friday. Miller, president Shiawassee county;
Booths will ibe staht~oned in nvest Mrs. N. C. Webster, p~residen t, Genesee
hall and in 1he liltrary for lie *onlve.l ('coulnt.
icoe o uni''nizl Mii~i rliee IA pia no solo by Donna Essestynh will
}-tootles will bew open from 8 to 1.2 1 pr dtil 3irt0 h Ilsi
o'clock every day diring lhe driive., ich vllbe ivn yrMs.NarI te',
michi -a ii \oiuellstuidenit, are nirgedk ar(, custodian of hospltal supplie;,
to support t his ('aitlia ign and take out 1 Mrs. F. C. Noy, the treatsur e hst-, hit,.
a t life inhershi if' they have niot ! d ary Buffing ton, tlhe educational fund;
done so in pirev ious yearvs. Approxi-11isDrtyKtb~isca evc
nmai ely only 38 pei' cell!. of the wom en, direct or. A report oin thle old 1.2cted I:-
onl the ca mpuis hold l1icem~berships H omec will be given by Ml's. ;)aah
at the pres! enlt im'In d tic'., iit'Ilber Brore, pre sident of thte !board of' the
is not, suafficient to c'onvin ce alumnae(01(1 ladies horn e; Mrs. Art bInu'f'rot,',
Inienihers of thle U n iversi ty o1 Mic1l i- (nvriy'11hairman of' thle conlm ittee.
g ainLau htsuensaca' v luncheon and social hlour will be
and interestedP iinthle priogress of the' he ld at 12:310 o'clock, P aiing w Ii hl'
Women's League. timie~ the ballot box will be0 openied.
The alumnae camp1aign t'for fuids Music will he torn ishied in Hl"f1or'mnof
for the University of M ic'higan League a tigdti yLcl okiy
rbuilding is now being (coniductedI Pauline Kaiser and llosella Rd or.
throughout the counlt ry and alumnae The meeting will lie resulned at 1 :30
ai'e looking to the active student s for {)'cloc'k when the hi'Ion of' the order
sll~hoi' amd o-p~i'a iu ly i Kng'will he sung. An in formlIrec'eptionI
out their li fe me'n lbe'l ships while in will then be h el d at . he close.
school. A lif'e membhership in the Wo- All members of tile King's D aught eirs
men's League may be subscribed by a ciricles of the city and c(o(unt y eite-
woman in school for $50 wxhich, mayvVitedl to attend the meeting and lunch-
be..paid i ntlmoso $10 or.i' ioie. eon to be held at 12: 301o'cloc k ed-
Thew cost ,of illein)ershiil more than nesdlay at the M'ichigan Union. Itoser-
quadlrupiles itself if' it is taken out vationls10o' the luncheon mray lie made
after leaving the University. Last prior to Tuesday noo01, hby telephloning
year the alumnae memblershilp fee was Mrs. J1. J. Kelly, 24l03, or Mrs. W. ID.
$207. Mclean, 2563-W.
Constance C'larks , '28 is general --
chairman of the campaign. I Don't delay--Pay your Subscription

Iowa Women F orm ~MLADN HLS Portia Arranges
New Association'!IW American Program'
Repesntaivs fomthe athletic rIN ~JNIOR G.RLS PAY' tMthe regular ,mteeting of Portia
associations of 11 (colleges in the state 1- Literary society which will be held at
o1' Iowa have formed an organizatiotI.'Leading roles ini the Junior Girls' 17 :15 o'clock Tuesday in the Portia
for the purpose of considering local play have been assigned, and the 12t club rooms of Angell hall, an "All-1
prioblems. III a letter recently receiv-1 wonien who have been notified will be-( American Night" progiram will con-
ed by Marianna Smalley, '25, presi-; gin rehearsals at 4 o'clock tomorrow,; sist of the following speeches: "Do
dent of the Michigan "W. A. A., from in Barbour gymnasium. ;'You Speak English," Loretta Cooped,I
Iowa State college, the plans of the! Approximately 200 women reported; '26; "Slang," Marion Gool, '26;; andt
organization were explainedl, for second tryouts, andI from this! "Modern Mnsic---the Effect of Jazz,",,
Several of the schools belong to' number 150 chorus parts as well as Doris Slingluff, '26, A general dis-'i
the Athletic Conference of American the leads were filled. The women c'ussion of these topics will, follow the
College women, lbut the organization .chosen for choruses will be notified by regular proJgram.
also includes the smaller colleges who' cards as soon as possible. All jun-!
cannot meet all the requirements of I ors are urged to watch The Daily' uAT F.You lsvnlsl'juiwp v:rT
the A, C. A. C. W. but who need the for iiotices pertaining to the play.
insp~ation of the larger association.s Practically all of the xwomen who;
it is the aim of the Iowa State college,I participated in the second ti'youts pre-f
whlich instigated the formation of the sented specialty dances, some inter-
association this fall, to have ever-,' ;rrntive, soine toe-dancing, and chiefly j
college in Iowa take an active part. of the popular stage variety. Norma
Bicknell, '26, geneiral chairman of the
_ ------_--__- --- -_____-^ ( play, reports a wealth of promising'I
C material."'
ATOTW S 1 IPATRONIZE DAILY ADVT.RTISERS
I Parainount in the Fas~hiion World
Senior So( cv y will iee~t at 7:3O0'-' s C(olor-thie Music of 1,1911t.
clock tomorr ow in the playroom of Both the variations and liar-
len N ewbeiry residlence. monious combination of coloir
ar'e readily compar'ed to the liar-
The boarid of directors of the Wom- ji monics produced inl great music
cin's League will meet at 4 o'clock to- b~y skillful, studied combination
ioiwinli'orgynsuof the notes of a musical scale. wit
j___ It will be' an interestinig ex- than
The I'ellmn Grls Gle cub ill perience for stuldenits of design
TheFreItmn Grls Gle cub ill to attend the faculty concet
hold a. regular mneeting at 49:15 o'clIock th.atrno.f~ltepr Sw
Monday afternoon in the parlors of forniance of the Clavilux on La
Baroutr gymnasium. Tuesday evening. I WO(
W omen wvho have consented to work sKil
on the life niiiembr:h ip campaign 1Sa
('Ohno ~ilttee of thle Women's Le~ague aire Scar
m'('(uest oP to meet at 4 o'clo(ck toniori I
i'owv i the parlors of Barbiour gym-.
nasiuni.
Berlint, Jan. 10,--- Prieidrich Bartels,!
Sociatlist:, t:, the new piesident of tha
Pi'ussian Diet. - 222 Nickels Arcade

Prof. E G. Burrows
To Address Society
Theta Sigma, honorary journalistic
society, will meet at 8 o'clock W1ed-
nesday at the Alpha Chi Omega house,
1004 Olivia street. Helen. Ramsay, '25,
will speak on "Women a's Featuire
Writers," and Prof E. G. Burrows, of
tht School of Journalism, will address
timle society on "The Day's Work: for
WVomen in Journalism." Dutes are
payable at this meeting.
Read the Want ,Ads
ERE'S warm, smart look-
, ng attire that will make
:er sports more exhilarating
ever!.
eaters ........... $4-s10
ther Jackets ........ $15
oA gloves ......... $1.39
ickers ......... $5-$8.50
irf, hat sets ...... $2.50-$5
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