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* FRIDA"Y,MAY S8,I1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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a RPORTS SUCCESS
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oFrVASSARDDIE
xDeani Hamilton Returns Fromi East.
en Trip Including Women's
College
:STRESSES OBLIGATION
Truss Jean Hamilton, who has just
ret urned from a trip to New York
t stoppedl at "Vassar college to see how
they were concluding their drive for
the $3,000,000 which ends in October.
t Miss Hamilton reports that Vassar
Swill have raised the $3,000,000 in
;~three. years with two-thirds as many
gradutes as has Michigan. The
amount will be raised and paid in the
d three years, and only 7 per cent of
the alumnae had to ask for an et-
2tension of time on the pledges. The
i entire amount was pledged at Vassar
in the first year, every uhdergrad-
unte woman making some pledge
ai varying from $25 to $300.
At present at Michigan a little
,less than one-half of the underrad-
"U°"tAtes at Michigan have made some
pledge. A little more than on-third
of the alumnae have made some
pledge. Of those pledged for XLich-
igan approximately 7 per cent failed
to- make the first payment on the
plaedges.
, Mss Hamilton -states. that the
Ssmaller size of the total that Mich-
S gan is seeking and the increased
Snumber of people who should be In-
lfterested should mk the task of ras-i
inku $1 .000,000 for a women's building
at Mchigan a more certain and less
pfitcult thing-than the task success-
lttuily accompished by the Vassar
t women. Miss Hamilton says that it
is a question of conscious individual
It responsibility.
Make Rules For
r Pageant Practice
"Dawn" is the name of a new
(ance group organized for the fresh-
man pageant. The members of this
-group, who also participate in other
,n parts of the pageant, are Helen Vos,
4R2 Annie Brown, Ruth Dinnin, Margar-
et Hawkins, and Phyllis Richards.
.r The- attendance committee has
~,riled that illness is the only legiti-
mate excuse for absence from a re-
hearsal. Two unexcused absences
,"will subject the absentee to a fine of
50 cents and three such asences will
probably result in elimination from
the pageant. Tardiness will count as
hlalf an absence. This action was
necessary because of the few re-
hearsals before May 19. At 4
#~Lock today a -complete- rehearsal
will be held at Barbour gymnasium.
All of the posters submitted for the
pageant are on exhibit in the gym-
' lisium.
Patronkzo lDaly Advsertsers - 1W
pays.Adv.

Pictures Prove
Aid In Securing
Teaching Places,
Ordinarily a mere photograph
doesnit mean so much but if you aret

'WOMEN TO COMPETE IN
FENCING TOURNAMENT
' Mor e than 12 w.omen have signed unoI
for the all-campus fencing torna-

.L . W. ~o Enterti~an slip-on.I
WitC(amp Stunts'
__ .-- I ,, k~~. The last Women's League party of;
Invitations have been sent out to the year will be a picnic at Whitmore
E]1ioinwohv vr t11(01_ ___ Lake Thursday. May 14. Trans-
al vme h av vr tedd hPortation will be fu rnished lby the'
(um0e coieU(:iye at. ake Geneva or
ih r'l 12 '1 ib ta Members of the Freshman Girls' League, and the party will leave
1111.~r,..-.. ...-,.ent Glee club wh wish to attend te Barbour gmaima o'clock. A1

rThere will be an impJort ant rehears-
al of the University girls' Glee club
at :30o'lock today at the Congre-
f'gational church.
-All organizations ties iring ,tocall
'meetings at harbour gymnasium are
requested to make arrangements
through Margaret Buffington at her

an ambitious young woman planning ment for women which will be held!parsyrgngenance*toobe'given by thendnav I
at Newb~'rry hall by t11e10 . C . A.sirgtac ob ie yteUi
to secure a teachring, position through at 1: 34 o'clock todlay in the parlor i versity Girls' Glee club must notifylr
the ureu o appintent it igh, iIf(anyX'womn lwo is interested was;
the ureu ofappintentsit ightof TI*~ * *~. _!Alice E. Kellogg at Betsy Barbour,
beapolPa olatronize at phone 6816 today.
photographer who will put anl extra fment is open to all University wom- !extended by- the 1assciatian. The pro- lr oki oree n na-Ie n hs h iht ne hud ri o h feno ilb
paaceof cnietpiei or sign ur) by tonight on the bulletin di'rmatiztion of a tyvpicalI day at Lal: e! There will be no meeting of the
face. All these things seem to help, hoard in Barbour gymnasium. An in-; Geneva.EFrsmnGl'Geecu Mody
when a position as a school teacher, vitatin is extended to the public to !Commit tees in c "rn f th party The next eeting will be held on Mlon-;
is at stake.j attend the match. dr sflos rorm shrcay, May 18 at 4 :15 o'clock.
The bureau of appointments of thle Evelyn Smith, '25, who has acted Anderson, '25, Cynthia Smith, '26, and
University of Michigan annually as coach for the women's fencingt Elizabeth Liebermann. '25; invita- . Reservations should b1) made asIi
places hundreds of graduates in class this year, will be the master of1,tions, Marcia. Snow. '25, and MarionI soon as possible for the bridge tea 1
teaching positions throughout the {combat. The judges will be Norman Walker, '26; decorations, Lucy Kings-I which will be given Saturday after- Iz
country and even in foreign lands. It Benham, '25E, and Lawrence Petti-; ley, '25, and Lucille llenne '25; re- noon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Burs-fr
has been establishedl in conjunction jboneC, '28. freshment s, Anna, Arnold, '26, Surz-i ley for thb benefit of the Women's It
with tihe School of Education and is anne Edgcunfbe, '26, and H elen lie,-League. Tickets are on sale at all r
a free teachers agency working (Ii- of the local bureau has recently been 'Esaui. '25.- ---- - the organizedi houses at 75 cents.
rectly with superintendents of school appointed president of the National The~ music suction of the Faculty
systems all over the state of Michi-! association of Appointment Secretar-! Women's club have elected the fol- All women who are eligible to re-1
gan and other states of the union. It ,ies. Similar bureaus are maintained I owing as omeecrs of the organization; ceive W. A. A. sweaters on Field day
aims to get the round peg in the' by most universities of the country. ;which will carry on activities next should report to Louise Roberts or'
roundl hole and has cooperation andl'This association of secretaries of the year: Mrs. C. Ei. Griffin, chairman ;. Miss Ethel McCormick at Barbour
service as its field in this work. I various bureaus is working to fur- Miss Martha.(Guernisey, secretary- gymnasium the size and style of
Records of candlidates are kept on t her coordinate the efforts of its in- treasurer. sweater desired. The styles are heavy
file at the office of tihe bureau. stitutions with the progress of tihe-
These include recommendations, a! educational movements as a whole. ----
history of the experience and qualifi-' It held its second annual mneetingj
cations of the candidate, locationI this year at Cincinnati during the
recordls and photographs. convention of the National Educa-
Miss Margaret Cameron, secretary t ional assoclaiton.j,

women who are planning to go are
requested to sign up in tihe gymnas-
iuml. The League wvill furnish coffee.
Symphonic League
To Elect Officers
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desk in Barbour gymnasium. This re-
quest is to facilitate the handling of
the several gr-oups who must meet
at tihe same time and to provide
r'oomns for thlem.

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phonic League for the year 1925-1926!
will be held from 9 to 12 o'clock next:
Thursday at the School of Music. OnlyI
members who have paid their dhues
will be allowed to vote at this elec-
tion. Tile following women have been!
nonminated. Eunice Northrup, spec.,
andl Lalah Van Sickle, S of M., pres-
ident; Helen Laraway, '27, and Hor-
tense Hayes, S of M., vice-president;
fFrances Switzenburg, S of M., and
Alice Shea, S of M., secretary; Helen
Van Blois, S of M.. and Thelma Bol-
in, treasurer; Lucille Graham, sociall
chairman.I

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Ssons and daughters
leave home their
mothers might as well
*. forget them. .
They don't write.
Send Mother a
*.Greeting, card every
month! A perfect
~,love-message on every
one. Make the mail
mean something to her.
See our fine selection today n
0. D. MORRILL .
17 Nickels Arcade ,
Greeting Cards for
All Occasions.

C70 wear with her sum-
. -'n.,r frocks, the smart
woman chooses a white hat of
ribbon, peanut straw, hair, felt
or Milan hemp. Various dif-
ferenrt sly.-pt~s are trimme~ld with
self material and ribbon in
cdeer new ways. $3.50 to
$15.00.
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and all-round wear.
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Specialty Hat Shop
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On Sale up to May l11th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7
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