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February 14, 1925 - Image 5

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C4 Et 1, I (oim'M~l'EE PLANS
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Pvery avail able space in tha2 Martha
,'Cook k nildin g is being used to accoml-
odate the 200 guests expected for the
bridge tea to be held between 2 :30 and
r' o'clock this afternoon for the bene-

Medical Lead 'r

SELECTS SQUAD9 FStuentDescribes
IN~ffIAtiRA~fTRII Life At U.Of(





Hligh School Editors Comment
On Press CovninBnft


III I L.IIUL.IlFtU II1UI1L I UIIILL "The Michigan wiomlen have it easi-
- - ;er than the University of Colorado
Class squads in interclass lbaslhet- women as far as house rules are con-
ball have been selected by Miss Ger- cerned," states Miss Margaret S3mith,
maine Guiot, of the departm~ent of; '27, recently registired at the Uni-I
physical education. A larger nui- vrsoycf Michigan and a formyer stu-
bertured ut hisyea thn eer e st
hertured ut hisyer tan ver1)0 (ent at the University of Colorado.
fore, according to Miss Oniot, and this,; "There the girls must be in every
in addition to the general excellence, night at 10} o'clock except Friday andj
madie the selection a particularly diil-! Saturday and they can entertain mnnE
cult process. callers only until S o'clock."

fit of the Women's League. The gen-r -'3 , esno qa ileni f Tefehe oe fClrd
crlcmi eEhlSchroeder, 2~,t~floigwmn .Knmn-gotruhasaeo icpiecr
White,'27,tpedite rmh epos tn .Dxnie ikr,0 cay utwargenarbnsanofte
that the women on the campus have I' Olar, M. Sew rt. A (~rouse, fna ilt perwt hmte r r
madethatthe ucces ofthisteawill<.'*v..' ~ F ohany ad F, Weiner.hroet ghIby sphme odslieen"ar-
Vaent 1i (coration illndeMar- mrgeM.Brow C. a4ot. . ofhesu ntbd.rhy relbe
ona utinte"abe ecrtins adt *rat iory 1fKntt.hawes, .OlonmtescnPnihmntTshivng u
r e r e h m n t w ll b e s e v e l y h eI . g h r n K W li o n N C a r e , I I d t e o s r ub.g l o r s anow n
as hostesss The priesictsorom tewin- > Sop'mres:ponsM ally, aei
nigtbethvhengie te M Alls o, E. i er .FeeI I 'i' ' 1 cnotb acmpne
floigsoe: Mc', ItzlsFil,.IM Fisewl , F Ose. 4 bymnnoteotallmam s abuTEus
thli-atlteauxome oter',cacoson'seGaElyh. JhnA.son, L. JohnsGo , S.alo apheamentowit inm t earae-
mad hsa rat h anuc 'ssStrooad EtNchlso.itewhretwyidl"llof'hecher
Patonessesfotr te bdeteain-:<i<: S.('. ied:;:: : Thrsmn .Obrmngr n.
amlto, rs.A.S..obr..Mi......o..e.meica.Mdicl. sso JhnsonorL. qPakers: Poe r. M. astcigfoean "moisuthee co wtoe
Vraentichaerdtisnswillaecare- lci mS .'edafHoso, Rbinso, . BProte, G A .cd te, Eand ofthe faulty Ot d.e ae nivbe
a'd Mrs..0."J::Cmpbell.yl1). hadsaMnationalsbdyAthatlsonswoth. suofc oloradoh women a regiving e
refreshsemepsnstesied to beom oeihe for lssmeagrseilreevhaddf lebytm ntthshesatd
Mis hnnh ogoaf haScholofth laget omn'soranzaioS wtais andJuioeatd.oclckTusdyj oTh thgirlsbaske'baL eamueofuthe
aof tsss Edcto fThe Uiefrithof wi- inthe ynt r Sate. opm dfies Mcan llfotheantger,<-.iest fCloaojunydt
naiismniesigtucantbetensrm uilarasvnlewoyersodeclsnturaen.veonluu lrbgyhismatactin
tr local School oeEducationeduing.it was orgnizedaatoSt.e acicmMo.,ea
foseveral day'sest acinthe it. At a'Fitentativeinsorganizationsteheaded bbyentote _footbllgamesbutmus
thelUnivaerity o hicago aMissLoosa GalyMrs.ohnoRed. JhAtn, the.,Jfirste iemeetingi a einatLosc
libarysand Gtrayhalloh'suty.olidtebd ortenx
She isC.tire lautStuosofna recentlylspub- years.heMrs. Red hadalleen presiheet
ludhed:liraryM.refercon0, Mssjan n- of theslTeas auxiliaryWomthe'stAte .AplH euotE hlV retin hc isS ihmse
HamitoneActsPAyS."HobaMedicalsassicia t teA eionand hedi ss-Jh onL.Pre, .PrtM.!a.Albgniteasn ofwme
Graelnicare, scal lir eltma oflarIi Etion waMs. form -ed. fHutn oisn .PteA ce, n ntefcly Otna h nvr
dine -asg-e-i erhoo;Tu s he hoFridehmaneGirl'oGle club n willu casmnaeswllme easo learmr~"se ttd
d isy niHtna.oos ftnScoloh l areeigst 4:15e 'ockanzaMonay~ rRIs aio t5ocokTedaf ''T il asebl em o h
ofEdcaio o te nierit o-Ci afntenon onSthtestir. lor f the aedfnt ln o h ne- nvriyo ooaojunydt
theloalScoloUfUB ctiE d uring? 'Schoolsorize a Music.sM.,as



-- --_____- More t11-.11 half of t he high school lea;; o de-.ejop) individual mecthodis.
E y appointment, members of the editors attending the Press assoia-; 'lhe edit er.al discussions and talk;:
junior play cast may receive S.pecial t ion which is being held here this ;coner non~ such thing.i as heads : nm
assistance from Mis>s Loomis Letween t veek are lgh'lis, and l gils also cons~i- h1OwV; o a'Mlse interest in the lea1d o'
1 and 3 o'clock any afternoon at the tLute a large proport'.on of the total Jh;)c iiw i;sstory, help most," ::he said.
Chi Omnega house. assembly. to11e other hand. Miss Hazel New-
xhriasvilbhed " We have certainly learned a lot ' 1y of the Jackson high "Reflect or"
Junior p~layreereiswlbehd1 from this convention," statedl the edi- found the .group) discussions the most
as follows in Barbour gymnasiumn): tr of the Midland high school paper. , helpfull part of theo convention. "It
totlay, chorus 1 at 9:30, chorus F+ "This is the first year we have had a clownlit. help us much to hear about
at 10: 30, choruses 2, 1) and 0 at 11 , paper and it has been p~retty lar gelyi the n.ake-up of the Michiganensian,"
o'clock. experimental ,Jll along. The speakers she s_ id, -That's too large. In group
------- here have given us some definite ideaO,; discu-,sions wve can hear from other
Senior women should have their to work on." According to this edlitor puiblicaitions that are on the same11
measurements taken and place their' it is the speakers that help the small scale as our own. I learned a great
orders for caps and. gowns at once, paper most. In the group discussions deal a bont make-upi from the round-
'Measurements are being taken too many large papers are represent- ta.ble (iscllSion."
now on the second floor of Mack's. ed -and matters are discussedl which Repre sentatives of the "Colt," of
All measurements must be taken by do not concern the small paper in a Niorth wcest}:: high, Detroit, were en-
Feb. 21.! vital way. As far as tihe business side tiiushastie about all of' it, speakers and
~--- (is concerned, the ;mall paper usually (discussions equally well
Interhlouse basketball ga}iles schedl-
uled for Monday are: 4 o'clock, Zone IINIIIIIIII~i IIIIIII~fI 111111111lNi111ti11111'1111!
8 vs. Alpha Xi Delta, and Zeta Tau _
Alpha vs. Martha Cook; 5 o'clock, Bet- The
sy Barbour vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma,
fand Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha Gamnma Del-
all, in one:.
-1 V 'lake r f r .Val-Styl' : These new garments {'simplify the active woman'ls problem
erlonauitssion.Hijssk% -!r In fit and comfort} with her daytime d~reSse3'. You sho uld sce
charge. our newestmoes
! )gn eay n-e a(i~ri igh' d ew I Priedfrom $100to$15.00. (Cfllyfittedtoyou.
hecipivg o v"self through Coll lKe rcd$ '.ut .''u ...liiyt
or earning nMonty for extra tux,.
uries. Ardn~ess
* 303 South Main St.
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So supple are these small, soft
hats of felt that they fit closely
to boyish shingles. They're
hatis that can go anywhere and
nlever lose their youthful, be-
coming lines. In gay colors.
Hats to wear now-and in all
the days of spring that follow.


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A NNOUNCING the formal opening of a $25 Frock Shoppe this
afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Models will promellad. wear ig
dresses from this section as well as hats from the $6.50 Millinery Sh-oppe.
For college women who desire so many different frocks and hats these
departments will prove real service. See how becoming and smar't th',s'C
frocks and hats are this .afternoon.

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