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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PUBLISH NOMINEES
Only Members of Associations Are
Allowed To Vote at Elections
Held Thursdayj
REGISTER TO VOTE
General campus elections will take
place Thrsday at University hall,
when the new executive members of
the Women's League, Y. W. C. A. and
the W. A. A. will be elected.
Candidates for the Y. W. C. A. were
nominated by a committee made up of
five women of the organization, the
president and the general secretary
of the association. Beryl Schafer, '25,
Louise Pennington, '25, Esther Ander-
son, '25, Margaret Dixon, '25, and Mar-
ianna Smalley, '25, were the five wo-
men of the nominating committee.
The women chosen to run for the
executive offices of the Y. W. C. A. are
as follows: prseident, Marjorie Math-
ews, '26 and Kathryn Willson, '26;
vice-president, Sarita Davis, '27 and
Doris Glines, '26; secretary, Margaret
Dow, '27 and Lilian Wetzel, '26; treas-
urer ,Arlene Ewing; '26, and Virginia
Royce, '27.
Only members of the association are
entitled to vote. A complete list of
the membership . of the organization
will be posted in the corridor of New-
berry hail and other lists have been
sent to all house presidents so that
every woman may check up her mem-
bership. It is urged that this be done
immediately as no one will be allowed
to join the Y. W. C. A. after Tuesday
night but any woman may do so be-
fore that time by filling out a mem-
bership card at Newberry hall.
Senior members of the present ath-
letic board nominated the women for
the W. A. A. All members of the as-
sociation are entitled to vote for the
candidates who have been chosen on
the basis of general executive ability
and interest in athletics. They are as
follows; president, Irene Field, '27,
and Myra Finsterwald, '27; vice-presi-
Iend, Dorothy Ogborn, '26 and Harriet
Donaldson, '27; secretary, Norma
Clarke, '26, and Lucille Walsh, '27;
treasurer, Evelyn Ogborn '28, and
Etruria Doster, '27.
Women Forced To
DropActivities
Five women have been reported to
the Judicary Council as having- more
than the permitted 14 points accord-
ing to the revised chart system. Five
women have just 14 points and a great
many women have dropped many of
their activities to reduce their points
to14. The five having over 14 points
will receive suggestions as to what
to drop from the Judiciary Council. -
Omitted from the chart is the Senior
Girls' Play and the Freshman Pageant
The number of points they will count
is now under consideration.
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A.A.U.W. Branch
To Honor Seniors,
Senior women will be honored at
the April meeting of the local branch i
of the American Association of Uni- With
versity Women at 3 o'clock today at
the Michigan Union. Mrs. Aurelia son, the
Henry Reinhardt, president of Mills holds a
College, California, and national presi- as comp
det of the association, will be the points m
guest of honor and address the seniors 1 lengesv
on "National Service cI Organized 18 colle
University Women." Those in charge ing Pur
I of the meeting hope that the senior consin o
women will wear their caps and leges ra
gowns. fornia.
Mrs. Reinhardt was the guest of the I Of the
College Club in Detroit yesterday and accepted
spoke on "University Women and In- matches
ternational Problems" at the dinner tied on
given in her honor last night. Mrs. matches
Reinhardt will give an address in tion, bu
Grand Rapids and then attend the was wo
convention of the national A. A. U.W. itcluded
in Indianapolis on April ?. Mrs. Dean kneeling
Myers will give a luncheon in Mrs. Wiscons
Reinhardt's honor today. Miss Helen plete pe
Bishop, of Helen Newberry residence, ,by any
willnentertain at dinner for Mrs.1who co
Reinhardt. Ann WI
Group 8, under the leadership of Mary A
Mrs. E. L. Adams, will act as hostesses '26, Fra
at the meeting. .
Members of the Association who l Schoolm
are in Ann Arbor, attending the invited

TEAM ENDS YEAR
TH SCORE NEAR TOPj
the end of their winter sea-
Michigan women's rifle team
record for 8658 points scored
pared with the total of 65401
ade by their opponents. Chal-
were received this year from
eges and universities includ-1
due, Indiana, Illinois, and Wis-
f the Big Ten, and other col-
anging from Vermont to Cali
e challenges received 16 were
d. Michigan won nine of the
was granted one by a forfeit,
e and lost five. Most of the
were shot in the prone posi-E
t the M. A. C. match, which
n by the University women,
d the sitting, ;stn(ading, and
g positions as well. In the
in match Michigap sent a com -
rfcet score, a feat not equaled
of the opponents. The women
mpose the team are as follows:
'eeler, '26, Lucille Walsh, '27,
Allshouse, '27, Frances Huff,
ances Gorsline, '26, Genevieve
masters' convention, are also
to attend the meeting.

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(Continued from Page One)
Miss Margaret Elliot, assistant in
the . department of business admin-
istration of the University of Michigan
speaking before the conference of
deans of colleges and high schools at
the Union Friday noon stated the two
aims of the school of business ad-
ministration to be: that of'
giving training in the funda-
mental principles of business,
and training in the relations
which exist between business leader- f
ship and community interests. Miss
Elliott stated that there is a need to
introduce students into social sciences.
. r The opportunities for women
students in business administration
are not yet fully known and the pre-
Srequisites in economics that are re-
quired tend to make the elections in'
this field by women slight.
Miss Germaine Guiot of the physical1
education department, was a chair-
Wright, '25, Gertrude Benham, '28,1
Maurine Jones, '28, Rhea Jenks, '25,1

man of the physical education confer-
ence of the Schoolmasters' convention
held yesterday in Sarah Caswell Ang-
ell hall. The conference opened with
a talk on "Heredity vs. Environment"'
by Franklin D .Shull of the Zoology1
department. Stuart A. Courtis of the
Education department spoke uponI
"Health and Success in School" and a }
short business meeting was held. The I
women's physical training department
gave an interesting program in the
gymnasium for the entertainment of
the club members. The clogging class-j
es gave several dances, and the natur-
al dancing classes presented group
dances and a short dance-drama, "The
Dream-Gate." A position drill and
dancing exhibition weregiven by
members of the fencing classes
t Students .Discuss
College Problems
Thirty students meeting in confer-
ence Friday afternoon in Martha
Cook building, representing Ypsi-
lanti, Hillsdale, Albion, Olivet, De.
troit, Kalamazoo, and Michigan dis-
cussed problems vital to University
women. The question of establishing
the Y. W. C. A. on campuses and the
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that a Christian organization
a religious organization must
ciusive.

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be in-

Underclass Track
Meet To Be Held
After Vacation
Freshman and sophomore women
will hold an indoor track meet the
first week after spring vacation. The
clogging and natural dancing classes

and the events will be as follows:
20 yard dash, basketball throw for
distance, pull up kick, dash and
throw, high jump and relay. Wom-
en can enter one event only as the
purpose of the meet is to use as
many as possible. One point will
be given to, teams for entry. and
five points for first place, thi ee for
second, two for third and one
for fourth place.
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and Elsie Nicholson, 27. Of these time of meeting were discussed. miss,
the first five have made one or more Hiamilton in remarking on the or-
perfect scores in the matches. ganization as a religious body, said
PUNCH
When everybody says:
"That punch is wonderful. Who made it?"
The answer is-
The Arbor Fountain
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an Ensemble Suit. Lovely new
materials in variously trimmed
styles. Prices range from
$15.00 to $59.50.
SECOND FLOOR
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Many
frocks

of these stunning silk
may be matched up with

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Easter

Promenade

2 to 3 O'clock
This Afternoon

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n event full of interest as the day of days wvon Spring Costumes
e formally introduced to all the world, approaches. An Easter
romenade wherein costumes for the entire SI ring will be dis-
ayed. Various price groups will be shown-announcenient being
ade of each group in order that guests may know immediately
e cost of each costume.

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W Fashion's
Trend
, of course, come first
fairs of prints or high
silk-created by art-
have. given their best
o the production of
es for Easter and the
ason. .Frocks will be
at the following

The Ensemble
A Popular Costume
$45
The popular Ensemble, that cos-
tume which combines a lovely
street wrap with a charming
gown, will be featured at $45.
Printed crepes combined with
flannel, faille an dother Materi-
als all in fashion's favorite
colors, will be portrayed in the
latest vogue.

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An
Athletic Girdle
Is just dainty enough, just com-
fortable enough and just slender
enough to please the modern
maid.
Also
Handkerchiefs, Hose and
Novelties
Exquisite
Corset Shop
109 West Liberty

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Portray Chic Jlodes
The Coats, varying from the
mannish affairs of English
tweeds in very tailored
styles to the elaborate wraps
of faille, and Bengaline with
their fhr trimmings. Char-
meen is one of the most
popular coat fabrics anc'
ulcen appears richly embroid-
ered. You'll be delighted
with the coats to be shown
at:

A Hat
Just out of their band-boxes,
Hats of infinite charm are
awaiting your Easter selec-
tion! Gorgeously flower be-
decked-wide of brim or
piquantly small, all in gay
colors or pastel shades, they
will win your heart instantly.
Hats will be shown at three
prices:
$10.}0 - $12.50 - $15.0(}

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