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SUNDAY, APRTL 9, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SENIOR WOMEN
GUESTS OFA.A.111W.

lIn forinal Parties A ttract 1 Virginia Sb r >h:?;;er, and Ann rances
Students Before Vacation."elr
- -. - 1 -- P Ilow-vcemeflt was made Thursday
}}! f;'eh' a c' rin Spring flrr fyi pj.p; colors' evening at the Kappa Alpha Theta
1vT - j;" n 'el-cwIl l w ole Srin fimeloa dor atin house of the engagement of Eleanor
va~.in O%~y ).sa t;gat many ;omdapretty dcoaio'; ortljingt on. '21, Kalamazoo, and
fe!ti iit"3.lAifo rio ol (ianl yes at the fol- Thomnas Casidy. '25, M~oline, Ill. Casidy
Kappa Alpha Theta andl Gamma. Phi',
low iig soroities mcade tha last few i Beta. held exchange dinners Wednes- i i a member of Delta Tau Delta frater-
day s proi'nnt: in Social activities: day evening. nity.

of Michigan in 28S6, this being the1
first year' that such a degree was
given. Since then he has continued
h lis work in chemistry and has become

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Mrs. A. RI Reinhardt, National
President A ddresses
Women

, ~Alphla ]3'P i. Delta Zeta and Kaplia,
HOLD BUSINESS MEETING lKia Gma Pi Lambda Theta hxeld an initiation 1 r Fred G. Novy, professor of bact-I
'Jh rdy i I hsnna *o erS!vic e Friday evening ath the home' eriology and di~rector of the hygeine
Senior women were guests of hon- Atltcnutwa edi aa of Prof. C. 0. Davis, 1030 Main Plae1 aoaoy willgiealtueefr
branchl ofgetheaAmericanroAssociation :wer e initiatedi. They were as follows: 1chemical society, at 7:30 o'clock Tues-
U rnherfithe Womenrich heldaio 1spleciild success,. And served as a pep Dor is Glines, Genevieve Goodman. day in Room 151 of the chemistry
of: ~ a meeting for the beg inning Lof the out- Genevieve Hlall, Lucille Hen ne, Fran- buildiing. 1-s subject will be "The
yesterday afternoon at the Union. door serscn when baseball games will . ces Hinkley, Catherine Hobbs, Erma ('1 ~enistry of Cell Respiration."
Following a. short business meeting,1 replace the tourney games ini baisket- H lodgson, Dorothy Kiefer, Geraldine Doctor Novy received the degree of
~Mrs. Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, presi- l ball. j Knight, Helen Lames, Geraldine Mas-' bachelor of science at the University
Sdent of Mills college, California, and! More than 20 alumnae of Ilelen New-.
Snational president of the= association,ber were enl. rtained at that resi-DUG
addressed the senior women on the I , nR Fida (S l ng Den .ea
subject, "National Service of Organ- 1H-amilton, Airs. Amy Hoart and Mrs.
izedl University Women." LacyN Elliot, lDtroit, were also includ-,,.
"''This organization had for its or- I d on the guest lisLt Mrs. Aiireliaj
Iginal purpose and still has," she 1,. Pinlioirt. not ional president of
.stated, "the ideal of bringing from all' the A. A. IT. W. was a guies, of Helen
campuses all over the country they Newer residents Sat urday e :'ening1
rideals inculcated into us as girls and . at dinner.
young women and taking them out in--- -'
ty life that it may be more beautiful.I Mem,,bers of the Sctiraolni =t er's club'
1Alice Freeman Palmer is proof that were guests of tihe Woman's League at
this University was able' from its be-! tea Friday afternoon in Blarbour gym-
iginning to produce real women." jno slui. sveal num1abers from the
"The inter-university association Junior {girl's play were given oin the
looked its problem squarely in the program, after which an informal re-
face from Its, earliest years," said Dr. cCIption was held. 1 I
Reinhardt. "I would like you to real-- l /
ize how modern you are, how ,new are Mrs. Harry PBach em, cdean of the
your opportunities. The spirit of co- University School or Music women,
Noperation is still among women. You will entertain the Symphonic League
have a chance to grow to be a maker board at luncheon 'Thursday at hery' , \
of the world. Education exists for hm nFro od h onnt
women outside of this campus. The .111g conimittee for next year's officers}
work v n o t Mchigan i not in- will be chosen at this time.

famous in the field of bacteriology
both in America and abroad.
The lecture will be of particular
interest to all students of science.
Gamma of Mu Phi Epsilon, national
honorary musical sorority, entertained
at its monthly musicale Monday even-
ing at the home of Miss Dorothy
Chiaipe on Hill Street.
Sigma Kappa announces the pledg-
ing of Mary Carlisle, '28, and Louise
Carlisle, '26, Saginaw.

The Palais Royal
Offers
A most complete display of new spring
beads and bag frames, new models of
beaded bags, and imported beaded
chains, chokers and bracelets. See our
complete new line of Easter gifts and
novelties.

109 WEST LIBERTY

Why the
Ensemble
The importance of accessor-
ies in the present mode neces-
sitates the utmost simplicity of
costume. Whatever importance,
then, the dress and wrap have,
must be achieved from beauti-
ful materials, perfectly cut and
in complete harmony. To this
end the planning of the entire
wardrobe in advance is essential
if one would always be assured
of a "tout ensemble".
It will be our pleas-
ure prof esioxally to
aid you in the selection
of materials, styles or
garments for your
wardrobe.
222 Nickels Arcade

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fished at Michigan, but is carried outI
to life as it is carried out to liv- I Member's of the Cosmopolitan club
ing , (I will be entertained at tea this .after-
Due to this association, Dr. Rein-! noon at the Martha Cook building,
ha'rdt stated, 300 institutions. have Miss Zelma. Clark, social director,
deans of women at the present time, acting as hostess. After the tea an
and women on boards of regents and; informal reception will be held in
trustees. More than 300 intercolleg- Honor of the club members.
iate groups hold meetings, not to talkenrtid
abot ld ims ut bot attrsof Kappa Kappa Gammaenrtid
abou oldTmes butAbUt W.mtts oa Mrst.an informal spring dance Friday.
education.ThA.AU.WmetaMr.liaeh arean M.ad
deiieneed of the teacher. It forms [ . lizaetFrankerandMchaprnd.
an intelligent group to which the Frank___ Mchail__ chaperoned.__
teacher can go, People with -'-
similar interests meet and are
friends at once. Moreover, $70,000 is , d r 3 O ms
raised annually to help women stu-.
dents., I (Ie Supreme i
"This association," said Dr. Rein- raLnfr d
hardt, "creates scholarships, better allt with
environment for the school-girl to bobec
study in and helps her to link her as-. haftr
pirations to the world outside." '
In closing, Dr. Reinhardt stated
three of the biggest accomplishments
of the association in the last 10 years: ;
The bringing about of the national; Created by a celebrated Parisian
federation of university women, the Master. Sponsored by leading
establishment of headquarters at women of society. :A real neces-
Washington with an information bur- j sity for all dressy wear--imple,
eau there, and the recognition by un- practical and extremely beautiful.
iversity women of their debt to and Let us demonstrate it for you.
concern with the education of chit-1I
dren. S 1OIDAIIDD HAIR SHOP
-____ - 07 N. Un'ziversity Phone 20,)
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FOR MILADY'S
EASTER
To have the fragrance of beauteous Springtime blos-
soms as the final touch to her new Easter attire-is Milady's
fondest desire.
'We can satisfy that desire, if she will but shop here
and select from the exquisite assortment of both imported and
domestic perfumes.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
3-Dependable Stores-3
324 South State St.
Corner East and South university Ayes.
Corner State and Packard

C HOOSE one of these
smart printed silk frocks
for wear on Easter Sunday.
Some take floral or polka dot
designs and such softening de-
tails as jabots and front-f ull-
ness. In many dainty and
beautiful sades. $15.00.
GOOD0YEiA R'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

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