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1fRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG FFIVE

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YAWIAI.REPORt SHOW~S New Sp
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\vit:i the closeoftofrtslite
I the ca bline t o f l e . W . A m d t I;: 1m r t a r~ e i eci y ( ie
?eir'~rincr ease> of activitie~s anF r(
t gene'ral irovement ini the work of
the nasociation.
Th'(le finance committee, of which
II c1^n Brown, '25, is chairman, show-
rfl t he greatest progress. Starting with
- 1~l,81) as a goal for the finance drive
the committee weas able to report aj
." iUm total of $2,212.25 with 1,074 sub- r;

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Coat i~diCAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
ANNOUNCES RESULTS

College Women In
France On Equal
jFooting With Men

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The campaign commit tee anoun- "tip men are on a uch more equal
ces, that 71 life memnbership~s hvebe fooling with men in the French uni-
cn sgne UI todate 75percen (4versities than tirey are here," said Miss
which, came in 'Thursdlay. Itelorts ; Marguerite Steinfield of ?;as Rhine,
from Milartlia Cook building and B etsy Abrace 1,arramne, who is taking gra-
B~arbour residnces are not in. Todazy ?(kmd'c \work(in th1e University of Michi-i
is the last day of the campaig for Igan.
organiz.ed houses. The booth in Uni-; "No) school activities are indulged
versity hall has beeni moved to the en- in1 0n the Frenich (camWuses." Sbe con-
trance of the new Literaty building tinlued, "There are no publications,
chiefly for the convenience of the andl wlnt few oiganiz(-.Eons they have,
freshmen. are in the nature of scie11ti' 'ic clubs1).
There is a p)ossibility that t he alum-; If a student: pa Pticioates in aticlt ics
nae will authorize a permanent b~ut-' it isz without any connect ion to tli ccl-

Gray And Rust Cal ifscrn i -7 Women
Used For Frock Hold May F estival
S!"luli 2? H 1laeh ltieitl' iCii 0
i l~ w Ii i fa re iiiilar ttal[lboi'3. tj orat
i~eia .k t t i he c.f;11< i oaily
,ul Fa uv d t is gu \~~; tK1P,)
'Il e ~iO'e1,1 il1 't~iUt tvu
Ill ive 3ity of ('aIifo u'ia ~l i (2tB1' aly
I c'c' 1 t ioll el b l I 3lc:;tOBi tS «a' !!e I.
::: velsit y C(a! ifur ;I'llafuli t 3u3-y:.1 .

This Southern Branch has no Wo-
n-'s Lc ague building, but the upper'
floor of AI ii spaugh hail is exclusive-
:IN f=)r thec use of the women. This
cUuetui1ped with study room Es,
)2'.:t t:" and rea ding roomns
Tj. i ait jona 1 event of the year
f1: i'te womien is the ay Festival.
ct),v''I)onds toIai~ i'n Night at
\~~~l Kig.\' Ausses partiipate in
I )orfti delay--...P ay your So bse rip ou~i
t ()daiy.

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fqcriptions. Lilian Wetzel, '25, chair-'
lean of the mneetings committee, re-
ported that plans for a series of tatlks
relating to the "College Girl and Her
hlome" are being made.
'I'lIw;r('1losis seals were sold at Cbrist-
inas time, Americanization wvork Nws
carried on quite extensively and work
wvas- done in the Health service by
t he community service comnmitte,
headed by Reva Allen,, '25.
,lThe club1 leadership commi~ission,j
Louise Pennington, '25, chiairmnan, is
just. compllletinlg the semester's course
given to all women who are interested
in becoming leaders of younger girl5
;md! it wvas reported that plaids are be-
i* ma de to conitinue this course in
I li'o following semester. Adelyn Pet-
erson. '25, chairman of the leadership
commjission, annoulncedl that letters
were written to all entering women
by this commnittee, whose real aim is to
prepare women to, lead discussion
groups which are now organized,-. Ros-I
abea Spaulding, '25, chairman of the

N -ow is the time to
place your order for

ton for each hoilder of at life a Inihior-II
ship indicating the (class of that menul-;
her. Thih, it is believed b~y the coin:-
inittee in charge will be a dec dcd
benefit to those whlo come lback andl
play a b3ig part in unifying the ifiter-1
oast.
Iowa W.A.A. Gives
Party Similar To
Fancy' Dress Ball'
Similar to the fancy dress party
which will be given Saturday in lBar-
hour gymnasium, by the W'!omen's L ea-
gue, is the annu .l costume ba;ll of
Iowa State college, which is given by
the WV. A. A. Another social event

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Vi;liregard ui ')th ie st udent, lift, thre
c 'ou I rae I! ccorclu to Bliss Steinl'iel d
a~ ~ l fttle' iitsi ~dof the womuen liv-
ing t egolt' I' in dormitorii'es or other
grouped houses they usually rent
rooms in private families, thus separ-
aiting themu from each other and also
:.vv'HI igt a social contact.
In Coll 'luding rPai s St('n rhld em-
puisized the fact thnt women, al~-
bhou;-h fewer in numbers, -are always
con sidered and treated as socialE
equialsi by the men students, and that
there is no0 anti-co-edi sent imuent.
Foils Arrive For
Fencing Classes

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,.,.' i,,embe rsli p committee, ma do the iiii-
nlouncemlenlt that plans are bleingmadl e,1
. for a membhership banquet which was
.postponed in tpie early part of the year By ;Niu. Lisbethi
Because of the ill health of President 1\ha iy iterlet innne1tug10 ouches are
Marion L. Burton and that further I
plns for the census of Y. W. C. A. l ii inteavcesrig(ot
mInbers to be concerned with the 41nd sluif s sluow>n%1 recenitly at the ex-
c efciency of the organization will be hibit. of the Nati onal Cloak, Suit and
copleted in the neai' future. Skir't ~lauufactur4 's' Association held
The report of the world fellowship a.Ctv~~,0 twsdcddta
. ommltittee, Bieryl Schaefer, '25, chair- goasshioiuld mieasuire from ten to
manln, showed that the association has twel;ve inches from tel floor, a point
been a. means of forming friendships'aot~ho i~yhsbe nsm
mtually helpful to foroign and Am-j doubt,. althoughF she knew that the
oilan ome. 1y ean oftheIntr-general tendeoncy of skirts was "up-
national Danquet andl special p~arties Ivai'd ever upwar'd,"
Swhich have been given, throughout the Te11011ilo siatiib'yin
year. :Ellura Harvey, '25. unndergnrad- !iae t cinaboveis p seti-fiarltin-
terestingasiemoisasii-ltlg
u ate retpresentati-ve of the Y. W. C. A., flare-which is complaratively, new,
reported that a. questionnaire was
iuaide regarding the regional confer-an is collared in baron-duke, a p)op-
Glace, that it had~ been the work ular leopard-like fur. It is fashioned
utf kashi; crc suedle in a warm tan
-'Of this division, to keelp the cabinetshdtibenoeofhem ynw
informed as to tihe .sunimer' confer- soft atis ayf ping wr f h as.ue
vinces and -the world week of prayer
" n t is also their Work to file all
material which comies from the nation- Ii~vern Sells Blue
at headquarters. -
Lucy Kingsley, '25, chairman of the Books For League
inter-church council, reported that $6
hard been raised among the young peo- Wyvei'n honorary society are selling
pies' societies 'which had been given blhue books in all of the dormitories,
ove~r to tihe social ,ervice commnittee sorority houses, and1 at the candy bo-
for Christnmas boxes for the hospital. oth. Trheoprofits made from this sale

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sponsreuty tLat orgiationtL Lul I N ith the arrival of. foils tls nweek.
the all-college (lance which etas heold has (01110thle more inzteresting phase
recently in the men01's gyninasiumzz, - inli e fencing lessons which are being
Ames.; given bly Evelyn Smnith. '25, under the
These antd other aceti vities were prvso o the department of phay-
I~alnted in d lette r rcently recei ved by j (rI c~ledlucation.
tiepresidlent of the Michigan W. A. A. ii(Cteincthcls
Sneteognziooftiucasit'he Iowa association has been succes- ; Dec. 8, not, one of the 59 women whot
sful in raising money by placinig ;reortd sdoi[1 u.5(i'pped o011t, inl spite (if
boxes of apples for sale in several of lite ye thier uti tit ('i( -,1i pre"l~t inminariy
the buildings on Clampus. drill wok x liv t~;ntrsr o
gIvnadtnthfo'0IoitentA.A., an a I lie velepitent of sa proper techni-
give thre or 00 oins, nd 1 ,que,. Accord ing to ls Smith, the'
sweater for .1,000 points. each yeari'oneoh 's is If) b(\ co)iment ed 1upon1its
or twvo seniors who have been parti- slnddI o . l' - oit regv
(ulai'ly loyal to W. A. A. and who have spl fr eni wr. I honor po{in ts recti-
won he 1000poins, ae aarde a ire work, and also splecial points for
W. A. A. bieacher blinket as a (is- ,e'iuaini hetirnei hc
tihctive honoir.- will be ht ld imm the spring,.
Jou~trnalism Club ing in this work for women. Hie divi-
ded(1theo diferent types0 of journ'iallistic
Holds Meeting work in to ncuws pper1'wriit illg inag ax-
- me writiig, paid hlablici 4y and adver-
Theta Sigmia, honorary journalkist tislig, suggesting the method of ap-
society, hield a meeting Wednesday pro.Iit(ltol ea"ch.
night, at, the Alpha Chi Omuega house Hlen Ramlse-y, "?ti,,1r'vd a paper to{
at which Prof. E. G. Burrowvs, (of the 'the society' oil "%'omen as Feature
.j*3uFr'li$f 3L1P.deprtmnllt, 4iijokC!'on :"'l'lie Wit''lte'".
iDays Work for Women in Journal- -_ .----_._

By Mine. [lilt
A dlainuty frock in a s.taigiut 01one-
piece model is shown above developed
in soft gray silk with gorgeous stripes
'4F rust. It is a si llmle, youthful sleeve -
less in orl oh w icu is tm'in ned bLy the
(color'ed 51 211)w, o1nly. V\' ithIit (comes('a
mamtlli seam'_

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Hair Pieceps
For evening wear. These
pieces are especially adapt-

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tuprb xwmnter, '4. Oters
cear. at $3? 5-9 59.5") and
$75. 1'Ar~xc Ilox'! values,, all
of them!i
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bobbed hair---very
a'bly priced.

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Is".Professor Burrows analyzed the Det roit, ,tan. 1':..-sevenu patrolmnen
field of journalism for women and tI 1a- ' were dismissed at yesterday'S session
ted that there was an excellent open- of the police trial board.

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NOTICES

which tis -aniailnumal Custom,xwill 0be
tut-ieil over to the university of N.iChi-
gau League building fund.-
lKtherine Wilsoli, '26, new prosi-
dent (of[10t scieyurmges the auppor*
of' t~le \voiell).

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SATURDAY

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Interclass basketball practices will
1 o held at 3:10, today, juniors, 3:50
tn )phomiores.
Junior play rehearsals wihl be heldt
as follows: Today, grouts 1 and 4.
of the cast at 4 o'clock in Sarah Gas-1
well Angell hall ; group 5 of the cast.y
at 4:45 in Sarahl Caswell Angell hail.
Mortarboard will meet at 1 o'clock!
tonos i-fiw iii ar bour gyminaiiuni.
Womien who are interested in con-
siderinig a transfer to the p~rofessional
school of physical education or who
would1 like to be advised concerning
its curricula should consult Miss D.
Louise Patterson at once.
HELP FINISHI THE POOL.

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?ck ivear'
Ar' versatile enough to please every individual taste! For thec girl who
wants something tailored for her boyish frock there are semi-stiff collar and
cuff sets, often wvith a touch of contrasting color about the edgc. While for
the woman who likes something quite lacy and very feminine, there are jabot
effects and such styles. And for the conservative individual there are many
collar and cuff sets just fancy enough to please! New ones vary in price from
59c to $2.50.
(MIAIN FLOORt)

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