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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1929

THE M ICHTGAN D TL Y

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WTI~I~N1~S~AY, APRIL 22, 192~ THE MICHIGAN DATLY
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' ~ ~UNDE 95TMST o al ~,Ben e fit League
TOHL [TN & m i ; COMPEIEINTRCKME'y E ntertainmzent
Fr}vaa lrbu vn:- Freshmen women will compete! l 1icligriin Moht,'"nwas given a h
Sixli ~ii~uenll Cuncl Wll e m wichwil hegien y te W -against thle sophomores in thespingi onstelle theater in Detroit Monday
Qftncliaeanll ounil illBe; im wichwil b gieny :nightro nforrrathmet wic)wil .fnihtfofththenfi Wothen'sn'
In Sessiont at Washington men's League. Following the show ido takme.wic iltaaeiissJseflntll'Io
114 I IL e a g ue. AisJseBotll'c-
-y Rc il ehl nSaa awl place at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Bar-
whc ilb edi aa aw lour operation and assistanee was a great
CITES PLA X ELC ME IAngell hail the Sigma Ka ppa orches- Ibu gymnasium. The particip~ants factor in the success of the evening,
CTE -PL N .O tra will play for dancing and re- have been selected from the regular j~o'igt h Dtotaune
fr11nswl e evd ln o physical education classes.
Plan ar no nerin copleton theaftrnon Pre uderthedirctin 'Approximately $760 was realized1.
Plan ar no neringcomleton he ateinoo ar undr te drecI Honorary judges in the contest willf
for the sixth' quinquennial meeting of! of Elizabeth Mc(Dowell, '26, social; The progrrcm was opened inform-
the International Council of Women chairman of the Women's League. inlude(I Dean Jean Ilarnilton, Mi.". ally by Mrs. F. M. 'Wood, chairman
which is to be held in WashingtonI Amy Hlobart, Mrs. John Sundwall; of this drive, who thanked the
May 4 to 14. One hundred and fifty vmun- an is rc icad. aut audience for their presence and told
of the foreign women will come to, [IS IND i[IVI[H1I 4fSj4- Ii offic ials will be Dr. Margaret Bell.; of the work the aliumnae were doing
the United States by way of Niagara ;I - Ms B. Louise Patterson, Miss Janet for the University of Michigan
Falls and the balance by way of New un n n n n inn Cumming, Miss Ruth Price, Miss El-' League building. Se nroue
York city. During their trip through jING ur r UE LU T VVUM[ sice E.rley, Miss Germaine Guiot, and Archibald MacDonaldl, Law, '20, who
Canada and at Niagara they will be Miss Louise Howe. has appeared several times at the
guests at frequent entertainments I Students have been chosen to act as Band Box and at lHill auditorium.
and the Chamber of Commerce of4 Ile ail s o the stivsw ballot taken on the other officials in the meet. They MrMa onl ipsntevrou
Niagara Falls, in cooperation with 86 the ouestioncif seceond : eirastex rush- will meet at 4 o'clock today in Bar- "men on caimpus", and in turn intro-
national council groups of that city, ing for all sororities showed the con- hour gymnasium for instructions. duced Waldo Fellows, '14, whio played
is arranging for a formal welcome of. sensus of opdinion to be against sec-'The following women will act as rec- and sang.
the delegates as they first set foot 1ondl semester rushing, the vote re- orders, timers, and assistant judges: The play was "high Stakes." care-
upon American territory. The suiting in 111 opposed, 40 favoring the M. Stewart, N. Clarke, L. Walsh, C. fully directed and cleverly acted.
middle of the International Bridlge proposition, and 20 women expressing King, E. Blackwood, 11. lDonaldson, "Daffodils for -Michigan" were sold
.will be the scene of this ceremony no opinion. Tihis vote -was tak~en in-1 K. Willson, A. Wheeler, G. Wright, A. by two Michigan women to help earn
rand traffic over it will 'be held up for 'dividually at the last Pan-Jiellenic Olson, D. Kent, 0. McKay,,0. Verdelin, their quotas.
half anf hour during the ceremony. meeting which was for the purpose of ; . Smith, L. Roberts, 11. Boornman, A.
Miss Anne Bancroft Coushaine of' estimating generally how the women Sherer, M. Ainsworth, G.. M. Adams,
Buffalo, New York, had been appoint- felt about the question. Before* Fri -; L. Bellamy, I. Jewell, D. Ogborn, M.I
ed to give the official address of wel- day of this week a vote by sororitiesI Dixon, I. Ohlmacher, A. Crouse, J.,oGan
come. to Lord and Lady Aberdeen and will he taken which will deckde the White, F. Ranck, K. Kocker, Marie I
the delegates who accompany them,. question for the campus for this year. Anderson. W liw ~ N~l
As director of nation wide i publicity _________- The events will include a dash. W H ITNEYI ITHEMi
and the financial campaign inbehalf Patronize Dily Advertisers 1lbasketball throw pu11upkck, asIFrn
of the National Council, Miss Cocas- 'y;.1' Ian troJig u p, a-npdirels o
haine has during the past year' raised py.Av n hohg up n eas MAIL ORI
a sufficient fund to cover the ex-
penses of the' convention. A goldenDrn
key will be presented to Lady Aber-
deen by the Mayor of Niagara Falls - I
and national anthems will be sung by
groups of foreign residents of the S
city. r /"r lop In ithe Mere,,
A press dinner Is scheduled for t Ca 'cn ' q40i,1
Sunday night and the convention - 14
sesoswl pno odymr-A l~ip'ge>r rod 11(11611 thani
sesion wil oen n Mnda mn- oor'flul l1p~a 1011 iaof 4rana, tur
ing in the new Washington auditor- i ae nta rll11aeo p
iuin, the ceremonial welcome being IL lSeE 011 ta g is iIn fof
given in the evening by Mrs. Moore, all literature. liraugit to life by.
p~resident of the United States council A hug~e product ion, pvresentedo t e I t r ai n l c u il w m .\ l sL NS-y of he a t'a 3 i ci
Lady Aberdeen will give the presi- (yb Bert 1 'renth iv 1u iiiuh Box
d~rntial address the same evening. / brilliant 11lig'n Felix.
Other' features of the council will /iAndl the splendor of i lle eitir4
Include entertainment of the 50 state ',I (osI Illis ILad s(Palery d1esignied by
chairmian who have cooperated in the 'i r>1faile.
camrpaign, reception of the foreign T Io Umiss thiqs l'('I'oI'liaance 1111(
ambassadors, Pan-American evening, e \ /(st Itheatrical even'lt of flue seas'
Mother's Sunday- with special ser- HCWp't TO SE't'RE II
vices in all the churches and a pil- Addriess5 lettor~s, imaike checks
grimage to the tomb of the unknown I o tiner'e ~.Icuesl
soldier besides numerous conferences r"h I I.,ItL
and receptions. IlIIE .,.NL~
I Loivr I 1loor $2.7,; B
,PATRONIZE -DAILY ADVERTISERS _______

--- ___________- department at 4 o'clock today, in Bar-j The Mon(lay-Wednesdl..yadlvance'l
Shou r gymnasium. iru~ling class will meet at 4 o'clock
4 _____today ait 326 :least Ann street. Mr.
IVC)1i~ii11 ~ Thecloging lasss o N~i Rut Guy Mullison will con duct the cla ss.
fPrice will meet in regular uniform ITeuinrt fpytm oe
oay and to row stenographers in cndn" i $21.
Friday is the last dlay on which; --- week.
posters will be accepted for the W.. The executive board of the WV. A.
A. A. contest for I,antern Night, Figl A. will meet at 5 o'clock today in I Patronize lDaiy Advtcrflsers - it
day, and the freshmnan pageant. Barbour gymnasium. jiy~s.-AdVr.
The social service group will meet
at 8 o'clock tonight at the Alpha. Cii ..*t..t.fSRt3,fS rUtS r." rr"U.""*,*t
Omega house . Mr. C. W. Frost, De-
troit, will fe the speaker of the eve E r p a o r o il
I Group 3 of Masques society will'; A better European Tour for ,young
3meet at 4 o'clock today in Newber ry1 ladies is being o rg an i ze d in t h e
hail to try out for the plays to be
I ;given May 7.j AN~ERICAN STUDENTS TOUR taken
]!_ under the competent di r ec t ion o f
IThere will he a meeting of the, RAKI.CL IMS
IBlack Quill society at 7: 30 tonight in FRNI.CL R S
room 204 s. W. MRS. H. WN. CAKE'
:i Members of the finance committee ;t Rpeettv n rvln hprn
of the Y. W. C. A. will mleet at .3 W-_.RpeenaieadTavln hprn
clock today at Newberry ball. I1 1 45 W'Vtashtenaw Phone 1 775
dStudent officials for the indoor
atrack meet will meet with the faculty .
members of the physical educiation ______________________________________________

«ing to
"ER, SAT., MAY '2
Night Only
DERS NOW
,Spectacuiar- SANCHO
195,SiNerS, kICerS. PAN ZA
'"Kismnet." A brilliant, wbirling,
sic and dlance. "IS:A1 CIO PAN LA"
uiih hnumor, "'Don Quixote:'
oe of the greatest comedy figures of
Aminerica's great est character act or.
by Ruis sell Ja nney, staged by Richard
ow Art Theatre, tlhe danees arranged
xRevuie, the songs anid lihlIl(c by the
m product ion enhanuced by georgeous
,y .Jamues Reyniolds of Ziegfeid Follies
dOtIIS SKIN NER is to let the great-
!soli go by.
('KETS BY 3fAIL 'NOW!
and postoffice mioney orders payable
addressed stampedl envelope for safe
UDiNG WAR TAX :
alconiy $2.20, $1.65,.$1.10

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The smart Pfince of Wales
topcoat gives. the boyish lines
so popular this year. Models
in henna, powder blue, oyster
white, and tweed with black
velvet collars are only $35.00.
GO Z"'W 'Y'9DOW~NSTAIRSl
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With Spring Vacation past, the whirl
or final activities brings occasion for
so imany s ma rt c ostumes-for those
final hays are best enjoyed when one
i3 smartly clad'.
VIl. her it is the last semester of your
fetyerirs college or the 'conclusion
of ou fistcollege year, you'll want
to rememb er each event happ ily-cor-
rect and becoming frocks mnake that
possible?

nie Frocks Are
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(Soprano)

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Some of the Worl 's
Noted Artists with'
HILL AUDITORIUM
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OSSIP OABRILOWITSC II

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$19*75
AT~this price you will be deligi ted to find the jaunty sports frocks
of kasha, flannel and jersey that will look so wvell for, class
and campus wear when a coat is no longer necessary. Here, too,
are brightly colored canton crepes and satins for afternoon or
dance wear and better yet, the gaily pr'inlted crepes that are such
favorites. Values up to $35 now to sell at $19.75.

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IEBN RI .SCOTT
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MARIO CHA31LIEE
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COURSE TICKETS
On Sale up to May 11 th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7

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