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WEDNESDAY', J'ANUAR'Y

21,

1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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C95i eTL ACTIVE WORK
isMor e than a third of the women who
.'.iethis smse taking corrective!
gymnasium work will be transferred
nomore active work this coming
_; nester, according to Miss Louise
1Iwinstructor of individual gym-
Graphic posture tracings of all of
,the individuals taking corrective work
have been made this week and, in
coMparing the tracings with those
made in the fall, improvement inj
nearly all cases has been remarkable,
Moss Howe stated. Only those women
whose postures, or ±physiological de-
-fects,, have been corrected, or who.
evidence enough interest in the work
to assure a continuation of the cor-
rective work indepefidently of instruc-
tion will be transfered into the regular
(laisses.
"We hope to have more classes in
corr ective work next semester in or-
2der to accomodate more people," Mliss
Howe remarked. "A larger number ofI
classes with fewer numbers in them
P~ your plan in regard to taking care of
-...wlen W'ho need this work next sem-
6ter. We hope that more women will
take advantage of the classes held
once a week, for corrective purposes
along with' their regular gymnasium
work.";

Places Singers.
Orchestra

CircieDP NfOM SUE!imGives Musicale

- FOR GYMNASIUMI
The p:rofessional students
icalI education and the insti
1 the department of physical
hv.clefinitely decidedl upon
ationi gymnasium costume.
form, p~atternedi after Miss
Patterson's gymnasium c~ost
consist of a one-piece blac
suit to be worn over a whitE
Yesterday Mrs. R. Campo
3. L. Hudson company of De
Imeasurements of all of thel,
:':"'" al students and instructors
<z s.::; " pa rtrnt. The tailored cost
b~e finlishedl by Feb. 9.
.Demrand Mich i
1Trained Teac
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C L. A S a More than 100 guest~s were present
;s 0f phys- !given at the home of Mrs. Joseph Bur's-
ructors of iey by Sigma Alpha Iota sorority.
Cedlucation This is the most important affair gir-
in a. regal- en during the ycar by this organiza-
The uni-
B. Louiselin
tume, is toI The program included : Sonata by
.k junmper I Cear Fancy, given by ;Marion Stru-j
;e bloue. b1le Freeman andl Mabel Rhead; Lieb-I
belt, 01futhe eliedei, by Brahms sung by H-elen
eti'oit, took Boss, Nora H unt, William Willcox,
profession- I Lee Mills, accompanied on the pian,-
of the de- ;lby Grace Richards andl Martha Mer-
tulnis will ckle, and (directed by Maude C. Klein.
the last number was Beethoven's Trio
-i for Strings by I pillle Bellamy' '25,
Rto~eile Rimer, and. Pauline raiser.
h ers CI.OR TFAMS COMPETE
afshil Re1d defeated Yellow in the third
game of the color basketball practices

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Offer New Course
In Ballet Dancing
Ballet dancing and work in Russiani
and Spanish folk (lancing will be in-!
eluded in the curricula open for elec-I
tion in the department of physical
education next semester, according to
IMiss Ethel McCormick, director of the
department. The new course w~ill be
"open only to students who have had{
some work in ballet technique and it
will be conducted by Miss Ruth Price.
Classes in fencing, swimming, has-
ketball, and natural dancing will be
open for election next semester. In
the required work the women will be
free to elect clogging, natural (lanc-
ing, games, or elementary swimming.
W. A. A. honor' points are awarded for
elective work.
DeanIHamilton Entertis
Miss Jean Hamilton, (lean of womt-
en, entertained at dinner last evening1
at her home. The guests included:
sDean Hi. M. Bates and Mrs.L Bates,
Dean J. R. Effinger and MUt)8Fnhgj
r, Secretary Shirley Smith~, d Mrs.'I
Smith and Prof. Campbell) Bonneor.,
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS I1
15- Harry E. Fosd41k2f
Speaks ,,,, -
S "The Need of Modern o -
I Church Leadership," , -'S,4=I
f S:00 P. 1W., Fridaty, January 23' -i
1Hi11 Audiltori um crt' 3o :H

WALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARfl

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J-Hop Footwear
We recommend early selection
while sizes are intact
Satin-Black and Blonde
Metal Cloth-Gold and Silve~r
Velvet--Black and Rost {

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- ____ IAny women who expects to enroll in3
31 SS ETHEL L1EGINSK A. j the professional school ot physicalt
Opel-a has many times been spoilt education at any future time should
for music lovers because the singers consult. Miss B. Louise Patterson, of;i
did not look the lparts they were port-} that department as soon as possible..
r-ying. Miss Et.hel Leginska, a young Transfers from the literary or other
E~nglish born pianist of international departments of the University, to thet
reputation, has composed an oper'a department of physical education,1
wherein she places the character roles1qie nt should be made as early as possible.,
in the hands of competent .actors on since there are several definite re-
tie stage and the singers in the orch- qicet in that department whichsrpiwthheoermica.Imutbintefetesudtcn
Thakery'sreceive a recommendiation.
'The Rose and the Ring."I The demand for Mlichigan trained
Miss Leginska has studied with sev- teachers of physical education is con-'
oral of the great masters and dresses 1$tantly ;increasing; applications have
and wears her hair to resemlble Padl- been received by Mliss Patterson from
erewski and Liszt. She is an advocate all parts of the country.
of bobbed hair, arguing that it is a The present enrollment in the de-
morebecming an tha itcan e ,partment is more than double that, of
combed in a very few moments. :last year and more than 10 women
And she also believes that the ! have consulted Miss Patterson with
bob is healthful to the hair, making reguard to transferring next semester.
i. grow thicker and more curly.-______________
ANNO17NCE ENG~AGEMENT
STUDENTS ENTERTAIN Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Evelyn Cook, '24, to
Representatives of the public speak-I Don Williams ex.'25. The engagenment
ing department of the University, un- was announced at the Alpha Gamima
der the direction of Prof. R. D. Hol- 'Delta house of which Miss Cook is a
lister, recited for the nmembers of the member.
Womain's clubhat their meeting' nester-

Members of the gardlen section
the Faculltv Womnen's club invite;
membefl)rs of thn (l ub to a lectureC
Mrli. Samuel P~urclmfield, on "How
Pr'olong the Iris Season,'' at 2:45
clock today at the clubhouse.

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yesterday by a 16 to 7 score. Evelyn
Oghorn starredI on the Red team.
Blue defaulted to the Green, result-
ing in a 2 to 0 victory for the latter.

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Class basketball practice, will. ber
held as follows: Tomorrow, juniorsc
at 4, sophomores at 4:40, freshmen
at 5:20; Friday, seniors at 3:10, jun-
iors at 3:50.
Theta Sigma Michiganensian pic-.
ture will be taken at 12 o'clock Fri-
}day at Speddings. Members are urg-
ed to be present and it is requested
that they bring their $2 fee to thei
treasurer at that time.c
The picure for Mummers will be7
taken at 12:30 o'clock today at SuedI-,
dings. All members must pay their:
dues for .both semesters before tli(
picture.E
The club leaders course of the Y.'t
W. C. A, will not meet'today because1
Mrs. Knox Mitchell, .leader of the dis-
cussion groups, has been detained in
the .East. The examination will be?
held in the early part of next se-
mnester.
Junior Girls' play rehearsals will
be held as follows: Today, groups 3
randl 3 of the cast at 4 o'clock in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell, hall, group 11 of
Ithe cast at 4:30, all the cast at 7:30
e't the 'Clh Otnega house, chorus 4 at
4 o'clock in the parlor of Barbour
Sgymnasium, chorus 6 at 4:30. chorus
1 at 5 o'clock; tomorrow, groups 1
Sand 2 of the cast at 4 o'clock, in Sar-
a li Caswell Angell - hall, group 6 of
~the cast at 4:45, chorus A at 4 o'clock
in the parlor, chorus BB at 5 o'clock;
Friday, cast of act 1 at 4 o'clock, chor-
us 1 ht 4 o'clock, chorus F at 4:30,
( chorus 3 at 5 o'clock.
t Adrian, Jan. 20.- The 1925 com-f
n nenceinent exercises at Adrian col-.
Slege will be held June 15.
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UNPAALLELED
C9 o k- I ncus ive Touris
EUROPE
A/sk may *wSilinig Scheules
Large choice of
itineraries tours
by leading Liners
every few days
during season
RATE from X255
Foor weks all expense tou~r visiting Para,
Versailles 'Brssels Antwerp, Lonaoft,etc,

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day afternoon in Lane hall.
Included in the program were the
following numbers: "Patterns," Row- f
ena Benson, '25; "G-un Ga Din," Mir -
iam Wetzel, '26; "Raggedy Man," Mil-
ton Green. '26; "Da Litta Boy," Frieda I
Banks. '27.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription'
today.

Make Your Reservations
Now for the J-Hop
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ij N. Fourth Ave. 0wRjtio Sra urte
- THOS. COOK & SON
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'Read. the Want Ads! 203 So. Dearborn St., cor Adamj

for.. Your J-Ho0*p Gown
Remember Filmy, Fa-brics
Are Voge
Choose GeoirgeWeI
The loveliest of J-Hop frocks may be fashioned from Georgette chosen in a becoming
shade and wisely trimmed with a bit of glittering rhinestone,. ostrich or metallic lace. rThe
Georgette is certain of popularity for 1925 evening wear and white. is leading among
fashionable: circles,' Bermuda, Virgin Blue, Turquoise, Orchid, Canary, 'Nile and Jade
Green as well as Cinibar are colors accepted by vogue. A charming J-Hop gown of
Georgette will not be expensive, either, for it costs only $2.00 4 yard.

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be used fci
'' slips wlii
K I' foundation
* evening
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. ~ ~white findn
J: t fp~ronly $3.75a

k Flto atingGlor
the Gown of Voile
Indestructible Voile, .as. filmy . ad
sa cobweb, yet as durable as broa l-
beautiful fabric in shell p~ink,? Lavin
white will prove ideal for a J-'Hop
riced $2.75 a yaid.
.o Fabrics for Slips'

low taffeta will
or the costume
Ic form .the
for floating
g'owns. This
material in
peach is pricedl
a yardl.

Tussahi crepe for making,
costu~me slips, comner in
roe e. each, lavender, jade
gr'een anmd turquoise and
proves a very excellent
material for such use.
$1.39 a yard.
and Ostrich

Laces

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a most
interesting
Collection
of
New
Dresses
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Silver and gold laces
andl insertions are
vogue for trimming
evening froclks and are
especially pretty, in
design and effect this
season. In the inch.
andl a half and tw~o
inch widths they are
priced 50c and $1.00 a

Ostrich trimming in
shades to match or
contrast with the frock
are . found adorning
the most fashionable
frocks and are the
ideal' Way of trimming
such fabrics as Georg-
ette. Priced $1.25 a
ya rd.t

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124 SOUTH MAIN-TELEPIJONE 1000
Mliddlet
An ensemble suit of 11

Short sleeved dress of
bcaver colored flannel
trimmedl with burnt or-
angye flannel. Novel

n(ight
'lannel frock in al-
pond green, trimmed
with white and black

Lace- Scarfs

Often Worn, 'Too!

Are.

roi'se colored

flannel

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and -gay printed crepe.
Coat can be worn with
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flannel. Cap sleeves.
Collar can be worn

Silk lace scarfs of Spanish effect may be selected
in white, black or colors and l many a. frock needs
just such a touch. Priced, $3.00.

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