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FRIDAY,, XPRIL,10, 1925

TI JE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,. APRIL 10, 1925 T~ IF MICHIGAN DAILY

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,WOMEN VOTE FOR
Nor a Bicknell, Kathryn Wilson to,
Lead Student Organizatioes ]
Next Year
NOMINEES TIE IN W.A.A.

A hum""otnac ons Rt unnr TCII M innAnnounce Awards ililiflo IID

Norma Bicknell, '26, and Krthryn
Wilson, '26, will be the new presidents
of the Women's League and the stu-
dent Y. W. C. A. respectively, as a
result of the elections held yesterday
in University hall. Approximately
600 women voted in the League elec-
tions.
The complete list of officers elected
for the Women's League is as follows:
Norma Bicknell, '26, president; Con-
stance Clark, '26, vice-president;,
Elizabeth Parrott, '26, corresponding
secretary; Jean Kycr, '27, treasurer;
HNnnah Fitch, '27, recording secre-
tary; Elizabeth Blackwood and Anne
Seeley, senior representatives; Har-
riet Abbott and Evelyn Murray, junior
representatives; Gertrude Bailey and i
Dorothy Malcomson, junior judiciary
council members; Loretta Cooper,
senior judiciary council member.
The W. A. A. candidates for presi-
dent tied at the election held yester-
day and a special election for presi-
dent will be held later. The two
candidates, Myra Iinsterwald, '27, and
Irnee Field, '27, each received the
same number of votes. Dorothy Og-1
born, '26, was elected vice president,
Norma Clark, '26, secretary, and Eve-
lyn Ogborn, '28, treasurer.
Elections for offices in the Y. W.
C. A. are as follows: president, Kath-
ryn *illson, '26; vice-president, Sar-
ita Davis, '27; secretary, Lillian Wet-
zel, '26; treasurer, Arline Ewing, '27.
Social Notes

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Progress In Campaign For Fund Women
Ra -84L Tom m[N ciholarshi ps have -recently been
Springishere,an teardedto e foreign women b
Hoard of solicitation of funds from Michigan More than 15 teams have signed scholar-
Regents of the University of Mchci- ' men and friends of Michigan. This is up for the intramural baseball tourn- committeeoil arbour
gan is reafirniing its support of that fortunate, as such personal requests ament which will be held in Palmer ships, according to Professor W. Carl
live: project, the Women's League for gifts are the sources of the great- field after vacation. All houses which Rufus, secretary of the committee.
Building on the Michigan campus. est amounts. expect to enter the tournament should Professor Rufus also states that there6
They h-ave done this by formal action Since September, 1924, there have I up as soon as )OSsible on the will be sixteen reappointmonts. These,
at the last meeting of the Board, re-! been nev pledges to the amount of bulletin board in Barbour gymnas- 3 with two from whom .the committee
iterating the importance of that build $6,609.26, and in the month of March, ium. It is expected that the tourna- is waiting to heair will make a total
ing to the equipment of thE. Univer $8,095 of new nledges was received. ment will start the second week aft- of 27 Barbour scholars who will at-
sity as a whole and consequently re- er spring vacation. tend this.University next year.
newing the priority right of the Equally good is the record of col- Aprimvatioy 4the fund for Barbour scholarship
Alumnae to ask for funds to con- I1lections upon these pledges to date. iate t eam s wer At- was established In 1917 by Levi L
Ied in the tournament last year. Ac- wsetbihdi 97b eiL
plete the project. Total collections are $207,294.62. The I cording to Adelaide Sherer, '25, base- Barboui and since that time 47
Last spring the alumnae body million dollars which the regents re- ball manager for the W. A. A. it is young women of Japan, China, India,
awakened to the nation wide interest quire before the building can be start- hoped that a still larger number will Korea, and the Philippine Islands
sometime during March. There was ed is divided into three fourth's for take part this year. Houses which have been holders of tze scholar-
so little definite organization among the building and one fourth for the have not enough players to form a ships, tweuty five of whom are en-
the majority of Michigan women that endowment. As the money comes team are urged to make up teams rolled this year. The scholarships
it took six wee:.s to create a cam- ;in, each dollar is apportioned in this o are open to women of any oriental
pain organization. In tek following{ way so that the two funds are being long to n house or zoetano definite number is
six weeksthat organization resulted, raised simultaneously. They are like- .h alloted to any one country.
in $4G7,000 of new pledges even wise being invested as rapidly as a sign up on t The new appointees for the Barbour
though less than a third of the Mich- sufficient amount accumulates and the outlaw team scholarship ire: Safon ee Choy, Hon-
igan women were actively working. interest is at least taking care of the Class practices will be arranged for olulu; Ao Dju, Nanking, China; Sih
Added to the $103,000 pleded during expenses for the further canpaigin- baseball and the class teams will be Eu-Yang. Shanghai, China; Vong-
.i .. k. d '...4.... . . . ...nR_.I _ ___a,.iv4" I- fr m those who try out in that--

BA 0NQUIT FOR
Next Thursday has be
date for the annual juni
banquet of the nurses o
Training school. This w
7 o'clock at the Unior
nurses acting as hoste
between courses and t
tion of a playlet by me
junior class will be spec
the occasion.
Menibers of the facult,
present as guests are:
Lake, Miss Susie Watso
Wheelock, Miss Marie
5 Mrs. W. B. Ratliffe.
The nurses' students

Lambda Alpha of Sigma Alpha Iota,
GIVE I Ibonora ry mu isical sorority, a nnounlces
the pledging of Helen Van Blois, S.
of M., Fennville, Virginia Hobbs, '26,
Detroit, and Pearle Reinann, S. of
M., Ann Arbor. Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd
has been added to the list of patron-
en set as the esses.
or and senior
f the Nurses' ]READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS
rill be held &t
n, the junior
sses. Music-h
he presenta-'
mbers of the
gal feaures of
y who will be Crea~ion for
Miss Alice 411 wtih'
in, Miss Ruth bobbed
Wanzeck, andI h~ ir
council will

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hold its annual meetnig Wednesday in
the surgical amphitheatre of the hos-
pital. According to custom, fivej
awards will be made, goingto those
seniors who have maintained the best
scholarship and have the best recon-
mendations.
in Spry's chorus of the Junior play
may now be obtained at a reduced
price from Mack and company.
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Created by a celebrated Parisias
Master. Sponsored by leading
women of society. A real neces-
sity for all dressy wear-simple,
practical and extremely beautiful.
Let us demonstrate it for you.

the previous two years, the. intensive ing for funds and collections of the
campaign concluded at CoImmence- pledges made. The Women's League
nent, 1924 with $570,000 to its credit. is proud of it, record for prompt pay-
Since then a loss felt with partic- nents.
ular keeness by Michigan women has The site awaiting the building will
come to the University and to the he a gift from the regents for united
work of the campaign through' the effort and generous loyalty. It will
death of Pres. Marion L. Burton who represent the value of $300,000.
was the honorary chairman of the na- Many communities have by no
tional committee for the Women's; means seen 41 their alumnae. In
League building and endowment fund. cases where every alumna has con-
This, however, has added the impetus , tributed but the total falls short of
of deep affection and conscious devo- the quota set that community, group
tion and loyalty from hundreds of pledges are being made and news of
women to their original determina- interesting ways of making mpney
tion to secure a building. In a sense I collectively can be received from the
this building will be a. visible sign office of the National Campaign Com-
of the understanding leadership given mittee in Alumni Memorial hall.
by the President of the University to

pic e ori LjVUwa iYvu i ut;1yih Nyi, Chicago University, Ch-i
j way. As in hockey and basketball, ca.go, Ill.; Paz Palicarpio, Manilla, P.,
only upperclassmen can play on bothi I.; Shoi Sakanishi, Wheaton College,
class and house teams. Norton; Mass.; Yet-king Tong, Hong
Kong, China; Tsun-yoo Wang, Peking,
der the direction of Elizabeth Mc- China2 and Me-lan Chan, Honolulu.
Dowell, '26. Mr. Barbour was a graduate from
the University of Michigan and for
Mortarboard, honorary society for ! several years a member of its gov-
senior women, met Wednesday night erning. board. While travelling in
at the Theta P'hi Alpha house. Plans the ,Orient, he recognized the need of
for the annual house party were dis- scientifically and broadly trained wo-
cussed. men, and upon returning made provi-
sion for the scholarship which is now
Little Rock, Ark.----The Arkansas offered.
legislature wants textile mills in the
state and would exempt them from Shirts and hats worn in the P. U.
taxation for seven years. D. chorus and scarves and hats worn

STODDARD
HAIR SHOP
University 'Phone 2652

707 N.

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(WITH BRASSIERE TOP)
The only American Corset

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that Out-sells Parisian
IN PARIS

Corsets

its women students and graduates,
and some way may be found of show-
ing this in the building itself.
Michigan women are working this
spring as they have not done since a
year ago. Four of the large cities of
the western coast and the city of
Denver are now organized and mak-
ing their initial attack upon their
quota. Over 50 per cent of the 157
organized comniittees are now con-
ducting some definite project for the
Women's building and a majority of
the larger cities are renewing theirI

League Will Give
Style Show May Z
May 1 is the date set for the style
show, the spring party to be given by
the Woman's League. The show will
be held in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
beginning at 4 o'clock, and will be
followed by dancing in the gymnas-
ium below. Refreshments will be
served. Further plans are being
I formed by the social committee un-

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Enroll now to take the MI. FRANK C,
CLA R K'S A merican Students Tour for Young
Girls. The enrollment agreement is
most liberal, permitting the individual
to withdraw up to May 19th, with full
refund.
MRS. H. W. CAKE
Representative and Traveling Chaperone
1 145 Washtenaw Phone 1775
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is also sold at
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 South Main st.

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Dean Jean Hamilton and Mrs. A. S.
Hobart ,.plan to leave Ann Arbor to-
morrow for Chicago where they will
spend the Easter vacation. Miss Hani-
ilton will visit friends, and Mrs. Ho-
bart will spend the week with her
daughter. Miss Grace Richards, as-
sistant dean of women will return 'to
ber home in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Members of the Nurses' Training
School will be guests at a tea to be
given from 4 to 6 o'clock Sunday at
the Nurses'. dormitory. Freshmen
nurses will act as hostesses.
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Elsie
Eley, Miss Janet Cummings, and Ger-
maine Guiot left Wednesday to at-
tend a mid-western conference of the
Physical Education association which
is being held at Chicago.
Miss B. Louise Patterson is visit-
ing schools of physical education in
the east during vacation. Her trip
will include Wellesley, Columbia, the
Boston School of Physical Education,
and others.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Rachel Bliton, '24,
Ann Arbor to Harold L. Kinyon, '21,
Hlillsdale.

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Easter Sunday
S ELECTED fresh carna-
tions for 95c a dozen-
and choice sweet peas for 65c
a bunch will be on sale on our
Main Floor tomorrow. Phone
orders to be delivered will be
accepted efore 12:00 o'clock
noon.
TELEPHONE 1000
GOODYEAR'S
14 SOUTH MAIN

Eber OneSays
~~ere are many Chinese
rugs I do not care for
but These Are So 'Different!"
THIRTEEN REASONS WHY
1. They are designed by artists of the highest rank.
Ordinary Chinese rug factories do not go to the expense of
hiring rug designers. They copy dragons and other Chinese
symbols or bunches of flowers over and over again. That is
why there is such a sameness in the commercial rug.
2. Fast color dyes are boiled into the wool and ,et

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before weaving.
3. None of the rugs
streaks. There are no sirceals.

are "painted" to

cover

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Easter Bonnets

Miss Louise Howe entertained at a
lunchoen in honor of her mother, Mrs.
-A. W. Howe, of Northampton, Mass.,
Wednesday at the Lantern shop. The
f guests were the women's physical ed-
ucation faculty and Mrs. Isabel Rust,
of the latin department.
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The Military Ball is one
of the loveliest functions of
the year. Let the dress suit
the occasion.
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Emerging from the bleakness of winter and early spring
come modes of enchanting newness for late spring and early
summer wear. Our hats offer themselves with a charm that
makes them irresistibly alluring.
,mma '3. Fogerty's
Specialty Hat Shop
117 East Liberty Street

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WALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANN1VERSAR
Walk-.Over

4. The warp, made especially for this firm, is of the
best long staple cotton. It has more threads to the strand
than any commercial warp, making it very strong, yet it is so
tightly twisted that it takes up very little room. This allows
more wool to be used.
5. They are made entirely of the best long fibre wool
obtainable. Each luft is Igno etid by hand.
6. The knots are so tightly packed together that these
rugs contain from one-fourth to one-third more wool than
the usual Chinese rugs.
7. The nap is long, the surface very even, and the
carving is done by experts.
8. The pile is as deep in the center of the rug as it is
at the edges and corners, where it is more likely to be
examined by prospective buyers.
9. The rugs are examined while being made. When
finished, the back of each rug is inspected inch by inch by
specially trained men, who discard as "seconds" all rugs
containing flaws or errors. I handle no "seconds."
10. Result-These rugs will wear a life time.
11. The head of the firm is an American, college
bred, who understands what designs and colors cultured
American women like in their homes.

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Easter Footwear
Latest Strap Pattern
the "Tillure"

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222 Nickels Arcade

EASTER
FLOWERS

YOU can entrust your
telephone orders with
Goodhew Floral Co.-
confidently knowing that
Goodhew's have served
the Ann Arbor public
well for more than forty
years.

12. I spent three years in China.
factories there and studied rug making.
well from whom I buy and I know their
dependable.

Blond Satin

I visited many rug
I know the people
rugs are absolutely

13. If I have not in stock the color, size or shape that
you desire you can order what you wish.
Result-Because of the above reasons this firm has grown in
two and one-half years from an average output of 600
feet per month to 21,000 feet per month, with little
advertising except its satisfied customers.
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For sale at
Cousins & Hall

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Black Satin
Patent with Tan Strap

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