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FRIDAY, JANUARY 213, 1925

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HST" ALUMNAE COUNCIL
^MEETING FOR SATURDAY
A 'mid-winter meeting of the Alum-
Snae council will be called at. 10:30 o'-
Sclock Saturday at the Union.. Mrs.1
:' Shirley Smith, chairman, will lpreside.I
Dirs. Allen S. Whitney will speak on
"The Merrill-Palmer School of Mloth-
erhood," and Miss Clio "Murtland will
mnake an address on "Vocational
' lraining for Women."
Councillors representing cities in
D1ichigan, Ohio, and Illinois are plan-
[ning to attend this meeting. All lo-
cal alumnae who are interested are
ralso :invited to attend. Councellors
and officers will have luncheon at the
Union Saturday followed by the con-!
tinuation of the meeting in the after-
v rnoon.
s NOTICES
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! Review Catalogue F~or ContentsF
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Now that it. is, almost tine to take .wOmen wil hi literary ability. Mrs. -b-w
that little grown catalogue off the ilb l't has personally known womet
who have travelled extensively 'send-
dusy szel ad saa b. tsconent ,ing in articles here and there and
for secondl semester elect ive.. a bit of ~

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advice from rnauthoritative woman es.
might be helpful to that type of wo- IesS
mnan' who, semhesterly, moakes a corn- "ei tra okofr en
paete cage, of suhJects and cour'ses, getting a line on the kind of w ork one
aimlessly picking out anything and le ihst o" r.io~r ad
everything capable of filling up a pr1o- '"business men demand educated sec-
gramn of study. retaries who have a wide vocabulary
bra An~y-: obat, ssst~t danandl a wide knowledge. It is through
ofwm. Awvhobasrtedssisanean- positions such as these that a thorough
ploymexrt bureau and hasi had ext en- knweg of a business is acquired."
live experience along numerous lines, "Tha~le womatnwhoesysheknw ata
lbelieve5 that a. knowledge of retail bodeuaon os'tk wwht
selling is a tremendous asset to woc- she is talkying about. In the dlays of
men whyo are not interested in teach- Bacon, perhap~s, one could know all
fing. gelling fits one for a variety of teewst ekoi lotltrt
poiin, including , department store (tre. language andl the science. Now
work, recratoawokeplmntsuch is imp~ossible. To say you wrant it
bueupstosadavreyoid broad education only mneans that at
burauolpositions n striey.of ed-the endl of four year's training ;you Will
know how to peet nie pn have a smattering of everything,-
th e way to thie selling of b)onds, to none of it capable of serving any de-
Lbanking, business and insurance," ;finite useful purpose."
said Mrs. Hobart.. "B~ecause women
are out in the w orld now theyfelI Aninounce Results
the need of carrying insurance, OfCooryo ji
then, should women not. be the ones OfCl rT u ne
to, sell this insurance? In the real
estate World, too, it is possible for Yelw onfmBuerdGre
Wvomen to, gain fortunes by buying.,
rembaking and selling homes-." from Red in the last gaime of the Co-
Mrs. hobkrt did not emphasize jour- lr tournament which was played off
ualisrn as a profession for women but yesterday~ afternoon. Both victors won
she believes that if a woman is talenr-j from their respective oplponents by
ted in writing she undoubtedly can b~e" an s to 5 score.
successful along Journalistic lines. The "final results of the color tour-
The field for novels, short-stories andI nanrent are announcedl by Miss Gei'-

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PROFESSOR CARR SP1AKS
ON W N ISTUTOhe Women s Educational Club nmet
Wedne-sday night in the University
high school for a short business meet-
ing w Mich was followed by a talk
by Prof. Wilbert. L.Carr of the Uni-
versity fligh School on "The Reorgan-
ination of Latin in the Secondary
Schools.{
" Teachers should not speak of tea-
ching Latin. but of teaching boys and
girls through Latin." said Professor
(Carr. Latin, hie insists, should not he
taught for its own sake but for what
it can contribute to the study of other
sub~jects such as English. Basing his!
judgment on recent experimentation,
P'rofessor Carr advocates the teach-
in, of Latin in' correlation with En-
lil2h. Testa have proved that the
a~mouult of Latin. learned in this way
;s nmiael greater than the amount
lear ned in the customary way," he
concluded.
NURSERY UNIT MEETS
Memnbers. of the nursery sec tion of
thec Faculty Womeni's club will ineet
at 3:30) o'clock today in the,, club-
house. Prof. F. I). Curtis will speak on
"Some Bcginnings ini Science for Young
Children." Mothers who have children
enrolled as prospective members of
the Ann Arbor, brnnch of the Merrill-
-1almter school are invited.
The National League of Women Vo-
tern will hold( their sixth annual con-
ment ion in l-Richmond, Va., from April
16 to 22. This will be the first annual
convention of the League held in the
South.
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FARES

FOR ANN ARBOR

SERVICE

(],ass basketball practice will
he bld as follows: Today, seniors
.~410 juniors at 3:50.
STheta Sigma. Michlgantensian p
to tre will be taken at 12 o'clockI
$day at Speddings. Members are ui
Sed to be present and it is request
Sthat they bring their $2 fee tot
Streasurer at that time.
- Mummers will have their M1ichiga
ensian picture take at 12:30 o'clo
today at Speddings'. Dlues for be
Ssemesters must be paid before t
picture is taken.

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Masques' Michiganensian picture
will be taken at 12 o'clock tomorrowl
at Speddings'. -
Rehearsals for the junior play will
be held as follows: Today, cast of1
act 1 at 4 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, chorus 1 at 4 o'clock in
the parlor of Barbou r gymnasium,
chorus F1 at 4:30, choruses 3 and 2 at
5 o'clock; tomorrow, make-up commit-
tee at 9:30 in Barbour gymnasium,
choruses A' and D at 11 o'clock, chorus
BB at 11:30.
"The Girls' Mandolin club will hold
an important meeting at 4 o'clock to-
clay, In Newberry ball. The group
picture for the Mfichiganensian will
hie taken at 11 o'clock, Sunday, at
bey's studio.
Juniors interested in competing in
the poster contest for the Junior Girls'
wplay, who were unable to attend the
meeting Monday, should call Rut~h
Rlanlkin, 1; 27-M,,before tomorrow noon.
Thie contest will end Jan. 30.
Portia members will meet at 12 o'-
clo: k today 'at Dey's- studio to have
Mlichiganensian picture taken.1
University women are invited to
hear Rev. Ufoyd C. D~ouglas of Akron,
Ohlio. formerly pastor of the Ann Ar-
bor Congregational. church, at. 3 0'-
clock today at the Congregational
church.
Thle Fresliman (:this' Glee club will
have a picture taken at 12:39 o'clock
Saturday at BRentschler's.
TEACH DANCES I
Advanced national dancing and such I
ballet technique as will be necessary
to work out the best of Russian and
Spanish folk-dancing will be offered
in the course whilich Miss Rtuth Price
is conducting this coming semester
in the department of physical educa-
tion. Only such soft shoe ballet workr
as will be helpful to the attainment.
of the best results In the national dan-
cing will be given.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

133,Aizne, Lisbelli
lig~ht and dark color combinations
arme po'mu ar lor all sorts of clothes--,
suitsa, cc:ats, and eveniing frocks.
Flaf,!; a ad white is always ai favorite,
dailk blue and fray is onl y a few paces
behind in popular favor, and in the
(lance frock il lustratedl peach and
black are prettily combined.
The frock proper is fashioned of
peach georgette, the black georcular
being used only in a dleep circular ruf-
fle on the skirt superimposed oil the
peach. Both the underskirt of peach
and the over drape of black are finish-
edl at the bottom in po)ints which' show
alte~ma tely, giving an attractive uneven
hero. The only other trimming on the
frock is a large bow of peacX colored
nioire rib~bon at the waist lint- on the
left sidle.
Pinftedi crce4 ' and flowered geor,,
gettes axe used foer some of the most
a ttr active (if "th' newc dark " fr6k1i.
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free-lance articles is always loen to
PFlan Bridge Parl y

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mnaine Guiot, color tournament man-
agter, as follows: Red, won ; games,
lost 1, percentage 750; Green, won :3,
lost 1, 750 p~ercentage; Yellow, wou

Announcement fias l ecu made of
tihe marriage of *Jessica Mlegaw, '25, to
John P. Lee, '27.. Lee is a member ofI
D~elta Upi lion fraternity . Charles- Lee,
'27, and AV. 1). ('oven' ry, '27, acted as
best mnen.
jTok'oI0, Jail. 22.---,wo thousand per- f
sons in the audience at the EngizaI
theater fled to safety wlhcn a fire broke
out. .
Facial Massage
Mian icuring
ShaInP0o111 g
A s in the past, vee vill havean e t a m r l er d ui g
J411) time.
Stodd ard
j Haiir Shoppe
707 Nort li University Avye.
Phone 2G52

w 2, lost 2, 500 percentage; Blue, w
F'or ~ ~ none, lost 4, no psm'cctage.
A bridge-tea valentine party w ill be
given fromn 2:30 to 5 o'clock, Satur- I WYVE'RN SEL S [OC()KS
day afternoon Feb. 14 at Martha Cook{
fbuilding. l'e party 'is sponsored by1 Wyve n socety estimates that the
ths MarPtha Cook women and is being I memlber's will make between $75 andh
f1 given by the Women's League. Each 1$80 for the University of Michiga.
rorganized house is expected to take League building t hrough the sale of
*one table. The proceeds go to the Wo-l blue books which have -been llaced
men's Leaguim in 3 d(ormitories, 10 sororities and the
I - AXpropi late decorations will be car-, candy booth in U.niversity all. Wt+y-'
-ried out 'in valentine effect. The con- vein has ditibuted 1700 blue books I
I mfttee in charge of the party include: thus far and will continue the sae
1Florence McCombe, '25, general chair- through examinaton wfecs.j
i roan, Mary White, '28, andl Ethel Sel- i{
1reer, '25. lA'V]F YOITSUIS(I iJBEI) Tt
taw BRASSIERES - GIRDLES
! JUST IN--Beautiful new Briassieres of SatnsSlk and
Laces, for evening wear.
4E ARRIVING THIS WEEK--Spring Styes in Boneless
Girdles. Lovely materials, especially suited to dancing 9 -1
' w and ,athletics.
- KNICKERNICK BLOOMERS-Lig'ht shades in Glove
ISilk-the kind one likes with her dance frocks.
Come in and be fitted before the J-Hop dance.
The Quality Shop
303 South Main Street
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MILA.DIES
BEAUTY
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SECTION 5 OF THE AGREEMENT COVER-
ING THE RATES OF FARE TO BE CHARGED
WHENEHE PEOPLE'S MOTOR COACH CCM-
PANY SERVICE BEGINS ON SUNDAY, FEB-
RUARY 1, RELADS AS FOLLOWS :
It is understood and agreed that
the said Peoples' Motor Coach. Com-
pany shall maintain the following
rate of f are:
Single fare, Ten Cents.-
Three tickets or tokens, 25 Cents.
Coupon bcaokt of 50 tickets (if used
within 40 d ays from date of purchase)
$3.
1Wek Ivl pass to permit bearer to
ride at any time and all times for
seven days, ,$1.25.
Universal free transfers on all1 lines.
Children under 5 years of. age to be
carried free when accompanied by an
older member of the family.
WHERE TO BUY TICKETS
Three - for - a - quarter tickzets and
Weekly Passes will be on sale by
all Coach Operators, at the Waiting
Room and such other places as may
be from tim-e to timc selected.
The fifty rides for Three Dollars
wvill, for convenience, be issued in
"Meal Ticket" form, each ride being
punched out as the passenger boards
the Coach.'R

G eraldine Hogan
Above Chubb

IPhone 3234-fit

1f.9 State St.

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L OW placed flounces, go-
det flares, apron fronts,
jabots and jabot draperies are
the means many new after-
noon frocks take to vary their
straight - line silhouettes. Of
rich silks. Many colors.
$29.50 to $69.50.
SECOND FLOOR
V L W R124 SOUTH MAIN

Thne "Weymann
Patented Peg
One secret of the unmatch-
able performance of Wey-
mann stringed instruments
is the Patented Peg which
snakes possible a 4 to 1 gear
ratio.
Through- an ingenious ar-
rangement of centered gears,
four turns of the tuning but-
ton revolves the string stem
but once.
As a result. perfect' pitch
becomes an absolute cer-
tainty and slipping or stick-
ing an impossibility-your
instrument is always in tune.
Simple to install; can be
countersunk or, set on sur-
face. Obtainable in two
finishes; nickel plated with
celluloid buttons; gold plat-
ed with pearl buttons.
Schaeberle & Son
Music House
21I0 South Main Street
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portation will be soald only at the In-
terurban Waiting room and such other
places as may be selected from. time
to time. They will not be handled by
the coach operators.
NOTE THE BIG DIFFERENCE: THE WEEK-
LY PASS IS GOOD ONLY FOR THE BEARER-
ONE PERSON TO A TRIP-BUT THE "MEAL
TICKET" MAY BE USED FOR ANY. NUMBER
OF PASSENGERS AT THE SAME TIME.

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Single transfers will be issued from one coach
line to any other coach line on payment of
cash fare, ticket fare or fifty ride ticket.
Transfers must be asked for at the time fare
is paid. Inasmuch as the Weekly Pass isj
good for fare on any line at any time, transfers
will not be issued on such passes.
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