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TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TRAIN COLLEGE WOMEN
FOR CLUB LEADERSHIP,
Mrs. R. B. Huil, general secretaryE
of the Girl Reserve movement of the
city Y. W. C. A., in a recent interview!
stated that there is now an opening
for University women in this work at
the city association. The Girl Reserve
movement is one of the three depart-
ments taken up in the club leadership
course of the student association, the
other two being Girl Scout and the
Campfire.
The leadership course, under the
ft direction of prominent women in this
field of work, teaches the women to
do work in the leadership of the
younger girl, particularly {in these
1three departments. "Although it is not
necessary to have taken this course in
club eadership to become an advisor
in a Girl Reserve group it is desired,"
said Mrs. Hull. "The ideal leadership
for a Girl Reserve group is& a teacher
and a University woman, the teacher

Gown Personifies Review Colorful
Smart Simplicityf Costumes In Fancy
Dress Ball Parade

Peter Pan might have even mis-
taken old Barbour gymnasium foi
fairy land, Saturday night, so com-
plete was the occasion of the women's
annual Fancy Dress Ball.
Like turning pages in a brand new
picture book, the costumed guests, for-
Aning in groups representative of the
different sorority, dormitory and Lea.
gue houses on the Campus, marched
in seemingly never ending line be-
fore the onlookers. Dolls, pierrots,
pierriettes, convicts, milk-maids, pir-
r tes, chorus girls, mermaids-all sorts
and species of creatures were invited
to this democraticuparty. But th
quaint gown of figured breage and
bonnet lined with crimson roses, worn
by Laura E. Johnson, '28, stood out
above all the others. The gown itself,
tight-bodiced and hooped, is 65 years
old and is the inherited property o

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providing the understanding and stab- Mi iiss rFredericka B. Gillette. J
ility and the University woman the Flower baskets, stately graceful
enthusiasm which is necessary in such i ones, filled with a miscellany of col-
an organization." ored posies, came first in the line of
There are three such clubs in the ! £ march. White faced Wooftie dolls, in
high school: the Colonade club, the 'suits of blue with high peaked hats
Serloy, and the H. 0. club and five trimmed with wooly yarn, tumbled
Girl Reserve clubs in the grade next into procession. A lively Woof-
schools. The organizations in the tie, to be sure, by name Vera Johnson,
grade schools are the ones led by Uni- g srngs an
versity women, taking in the sixth,i2tingnandgcralng acrons dste loorle
seventh and eighth grades. Women her sister dollies. And the Pied Piper
who are interested in this work are - . . .
asked to interview Mrs. Hull if they ifayed his flute while tiny girls with
haienot ake theclubleaershp faxen braids and boys with patchy
havQe not taken the club leadership: suits dlanced after him,---ail except
course given by the student associa- o lite b bu" n crutche
tion. Five hours a week is required Then there were flat chested milk-
for this work. maids evidencing symptoms of cur-
The women who have done this vature of the spine, and striped con-
work this semester include: Margaret ."} victs with balloon balls chained to
Griffin, '26, Ruth Coon, '26, Helen their heels. Even Adam and Eve came
Hebauf, '26, Royena Hornbeck, '26, to the party, and the wicked serpent
and Carolyn Van Ostrand, Spec iwith then:, although they didn't know
- !what the Cross Word Puzzles and
House Rules were all about. And Cain
* and Abel, in their racoon costumes,
N OTICES _ a jwon first prize. nr
YO i IcS y 1IM. LSBETI'l. For entertainment there were big
The walking frock for the Riviera, blue books to read, jazz bands to play.
Palm Beach or Miami, or for spring A B C blocks to build, and for refresh-
were, should be the personification of ments big yellow bananas, raisin
The next regular meeting of, the smart simplicity. The model here il- cookies and red striped candy canes
University Girls' glee club will be lustrates what I mean. It is developed were served. Then, just at the eleven-
held at 4:30 o'clock today in room in natural Kasha cloth in a straight- th hour, the fairy god-mother sent us
305, School of Music. line mode with the new short length all home!
-which is not extreme as shown. It
Athena Literary society will hold is striped and cross-barred in browns New York, Jan. 19.-INve hundred
election of officers at a regular meet- -the season's color---and half a dozen schoolboy journalists froin institutions
ng at 7:15 o'clock tonigtht in the horn buttons of blending shades are east of the Mississipni will come to
club rooms of Angell hall. also used for trimming. A matching New York, March 13 to compete for
scarf gives a smart finishing touch. the Columbia university cups.
Members of Portia Literary society
will meet at 12 o'clock Friday instead
of Monday at Dey's studio to have!
the Michiganensian picture taken.

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PR GIVES Women W ill Hear EXTENDED CONTEST er father's death at his home Friday
P T nighlt. Mliss Rlichards «-ill return to.
Education Te losing date of the ng con- net o
I LHTRATD LEIUBE Pro ram test has been extcnded until after the
1LlUSTUATE0 LECTURE,
The Educational committee of which second semester. Several women have Tnhre women preachers have been
. Miss Margaret Cameron is chairman, expressed a wish to compete and are : licensed at Syracuse, N. Y.
Antioch and isidia, ancient cities will have charge of the program of the being given this opportunity through
of Asia Minor, were the subjects of an Arbor Business and Professional extension of time The prize songs
ilustrat letren give yterdy by 7gwill be used Lanter n mght. This con-
Mr. George Swain, U~niver~sity photo-; Women's club mneeting which will be isueitedetonfth o
testisudrtedreonoth N-
grapher, before the Ann Arbor meni2- lheld at 7: 30 o'clock tonight at the man's ForeExams
bers of the American Association of W. C. A. man's League.
University Women «t Helen Newberry f The program will include the fol-
residence. lowing speeches: The continuation! Assistant DeanRa
A picture of the party which con- school, Mrs. Helen Shambaugh; com-unoNever Fails
ducted i heexpedition was shown, Imercial work for girls in high schools, ; Summ ned ome
which included, besides Mr. Swain Mrs. Lucille Crittendon; Americaniz-
two gendarmes, a sculptor from De-' ation work with foreign women, Miss Miss Grace Richards, assistant in
troit, a Turkish graduate from the Carrie Dickens. the office of the dean of women, left
University of Michigan, and represen- ',for her home in Minneapolis, Minn.'Re d the WtAd
t fm Jo tohn Hopkins, and WsCSaturday after receiving the word ofRta
Colun !lbia, universities. --
A variety of slides, pictured the Hear Professor
narrow sharp curved roads which, Mr.
Swain said, made travel slow. Lack of Prof. T. D. Hollister of the public
communication with the outside world speaking department, will direct the
was cEvidenced by the fact that in a program for the Woman's club neet-
own o-i h1{.00 people only six news- ing which will e held at 2:30 o'clock(I
impes wre rceied i th weely his ftenoon in Lane hall. T he meet-
mnail. Pictures of houses showed flat ing will be in charge of the literature
clay roofs which were used, according I and the arts department.
to Mr. Swain, for the purpose of dry- A visit to the Old Ladies home by
ing plums during the fruit season, the Home department of the Woman's
Concerning the climate, Mr. Swain club which was scheduled for tomor-
remarked that the summer was more row has been postponed on account of
pleasing than our own due to the cool illness In the home.
nights. Although the country appear-
ed to lack forests, slides pictured the
lirevailing tree as the tall poplar; EDUCA TION CLUB MEETS
which is used mainly for timber. The
lecturer spoke of the Moslem ceme- Ihe Women's Education club will
taries which held elaborate tomb- meet at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow night
stones. "These tombstones are never in roorn 214, University high' school.
visited after a burial, but are left to Following a short business meeting,
ruin, after which a second series of Ptof. Wilbert L. Carr, head of the Uni-
burials takes place." versity high school latin department,
Some idea of the detailed work en- will speak on, "The Reorganization of
gaged in the archeological investiga- Latin in the Secondary schools. All
tion's themselves was indicated by the women interested in education are in-
story and illustrations of the discov- vited to attend.
f the city gate of the old Roman That winning personality we all admire
frontier city of Antioch. ' (AVTF YOU " S 1BE t:F

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 25
Seat Sale All This Week,
- 4 A. W. to 6 P. X.
1 VETWOITiNigtsWe to $2.40
Nat. we luesday-Saturday
The DRAMATISTS' THEATRE, Inc,
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BiLEWIs B ACH, With NORMAN TREVOR
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Junior Girls' play rehearsals will
be held as follows: Today, groups 7
and 1 of the cast at 4:30 in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, group 2 at 4 o'-
clock, chorus A at 4 o'clock in thej
parlor of Barbour gymnasium, chorus
3 at 4:30 o'clock, chorus F at 4:30,
chorus B at 5 o'clock; tomorrow,
groups 8 and 3 of the cast at 4 o'-
clock, group 11 of the cast at 4:30,
chorus 4 at 4 o'clock, eltorus 5 at 5
o'clock, chorus 6 at 4:30.
Panhellenic blall committee will
meet at 4:1.5 o'clock today at the Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma sorority. Members
are asked to bring $2.50.
Class basketball practice will be
held as follows: Today, sophomores
at 4 o'clock, freshmen at 4:40, sen-
iors at 5:20; Thursday, juniors at 4
'o'clock, sophomores at 4:40 ,freshmen
at 5:20; Friday, seniors at 3:10, jun-
iors at 3:50.
A picture of house presidents and
board of representatives will be taken
at 12 o'clock today at Dey's studio.
All women who expect to have 1,000
athletic honor points before June
should call Louise Roberts, 398, im-
mediately.
Members of the cabinet of the Y. W.
C. A. will hold a meeting at 4:15 o'-,
clock today at Newberryhall.
The picture of the Y. W. C. A. cab-
!net for the Michiganensian will be
taken at 12:30 o'lock Thursday at
Dey's studio.
PORTIA WELL MEET
Instead of its regular form of meet-
ing, Portia literary society will meet
Jointly with the Adelphi- literary soc-
iefly at 7:30 o'clock today in the Ad-
elphi club rooms of Angell hall.
A humorous program in which rep-
resentatives of both societies will take
part has been planned in the form of
two Mock Trials.
ANNOUN'CE ENGAGEMENT.
Announcement has been made ofI
1 e engagement of Jessica Louise
Megaw, '25, to John Parker Lee,'27.
Miss Megaw is a resident of West-

T HE pleasure you'll have
at the J-Hop will depend
to a great extent upon the gown
and accessories you wear. The
newest and smartest are here.
Modestly priced.
GOOD YEA R'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

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n Second Annual Tsips of
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the S.T.C. A. to EUROPE
On the VEENDAM June 20th
or the NEW AMSTERDAM June 27thI
To Plymouth $155j
Round Trip To Boulogne $162
To Rotterdam $170
Ag'ain the service of the Holland-
America Line.
the music of Sleepy Hall's
Orchestra. Prominent Lec-
turers-Hostesses-A Countrywide Inter-
collegiate Organization.

THURSDAY, AND ON
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Why, you may say, any more than any other
truck-but that's easy because these trucks rep-
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and to good will.
If you have tried the excellency of this service
You wviiirealize its meaning. If you have not,
may we be of service to you too?
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