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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1925

TIJE MIC141CAN DAILY

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WEDNSDAY MA 3 12 AG UTE IHGA AL

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i BND, T0 P'LI FOR,
LANTERNCEREM-ONYi
T11lIwV and 1Blue Harmers lWlDecorate
' Palmer Field at Traditional Affair
Of Unli1ersity Women
rTO FORM BLOCK 44M),
According to the tradition, the
music will be played by the Varsity
band for the Lantern Night process-1
ioni which will take place at 81
o'clock, Tucsday, in Palmer field. All
University women are expected to
take part in the ceremony which. 1
like Cap Night for the men, marks
the symbolical advance from the pun-
ior to senior class, from sophomore
to junior and freshm~an to sophomore.I
As the darkness deepens the lantern]
procession will finish with a block
"M" formed in the center of the field.
The Michigan ceremony together
= with the freshman pageant which
precedes it, surpasses in beauty the
Scorresponding ceremonies of Welles- f
ley and Vassar, according to Dr. Mar- 1
garet Bell of the p~hysical education
I d. a~partment. o I~fedwl
The decoration o tefil wl
consist of yellow and blue banners.
The~ patrons for the affair will be en-'
tertained by various sororities at they
picnic supper for all University wo-
men which will, be held at the field
at 5:30 o'clock.
The patrons are as follows: Presi-
dent Alfred H. Lloyd and Mrs. Lloyd,
Dean Jean Hamilton, Dr. Margaret
Pell, Dr. Johni Sundwall and Mrs.I
SUndwall, Dean John Effinger and
Trs. Effinger, Dean Mortimer Cooley
Hiumphreys and Mrs. Humpnhreys,

Calls Her Beauty Inspirings

--lery member is urged o ottend as tin-
portant business matters will be set-
L~~[At Gymnasium! O'ItIESied
I j The schedule for today's rehearsals
T*1E PI itures shoving the various ath- 1 for the Freshman pageant is as fol-
S ei ciiisin -________ the__wome--flows: 4 o'clock, the ball group; 4:46,
have paricipatdthis ,year aeon tild Pan and Dryads; 5:15, the skips
10 CVIIC I hteClcksforatebalpatc ill be'O held-
jP''''Ol10 oietIav ind (isplay in Barbour gymnasiumtoa.gup
l~I f'r Lasi Function of Year Any women who wish these pictures1 the freshmen and juniors, and at 6 o'-
l~i egefor memory books may leave orders i~A~ The followving :nterhouse baseball.
____at the athletic office. Many requests ;.n ale fel. a re will be played at ,4 o'clock. to-
PR VD A Sfor such pictures have been received inPamr ied day in Palmer field:. Westminster vs.
! PROVIDE CARS b~ly Miss Ethel McCormick from sum-1,ApaOirnI;DetDlaDla
j finer camps and other colleges who ; Members of the University Girlsvs.lphasOmicrour,Dla Delta Deta
i \lore than 100 women havc signed wish to learn of the activities of Gee cu n rsha i lota vs. Adelia Cheever, Outlaws vs.
up for the Women's League picnic Michigan. The display includes pic- club, who are planning to attend the IZone5
at Whitmore Lake on Thursday of tures from hockey, riding, skifing and spring formal must bring their fee of ____
this week. 'trucks will leave Bar- 1 other sports. $ 2.50 to the next meeting of the Glee 011adnwm besothW.A
_OldandnewmembersoftheW._A..
hour gymnasium at 5 o'clock andj club.j A. executive boara will meet at 5 o'-
every one is req uestedi to be there (' lock today at Barbour gymnasium to
promptly as there will be no delay in 1.sample Ceremony There aril be a special meeting of g ntersrn inc
strig.Pci grounds have been; For Rich HeiressI Kappa Phi at 4:45 o'clock. Thursday ___________________
reserved, and according to the coms- ,afternoon at Wesley hall.
Imittee everything is in order. Sports I ! -I - SOPHOMORE MEETINd
will include swimming, boating, base- No undue pomp and ceremony will Today is the last day to play off the 1
)ail, anil other games. Each womanI attend the wedding of Abby Rocke- lfirst rounds in the tennis tournament. I There will, be a nieetiig of
.wil bring; her own supper and coffee1 feller' and David M. Milton, Jr., to- Second round games should be com: all so;iiomor<e womnen in Bar-
i wllliefunisedby heLeaue Th imorrow, May 14. "The richest heiress pleted Friday. Women who drew byes! I ))our Gymnasium at 4 o'clock
returning truck leaves the lake at ii h ol"wl aea eysml for the first round may play their sec-i Thursday afternocon. At this
I ntewrdwl aeavr ipe6:30 o'clock and a second truck atodrud toc.Meeting the chairman for the
7:30 o'clock. ceeoywt il h ls e son-. 1____Ju~nior girl's Play for next year
al friends of the two families as
As the last party of the year given ( ust5 Theta Sigma will meet at 3 o'clock E will be elected. All sohomnore
b~y the Women's Lau the commit- teMtnshvthishrtoorwnteradgrom oft I1woolen are urged to be piresent.
a A t r t e M l o s h v th i sh r to o r w i th re d n ro m of tete expect it to be w ell attended. honeym oon they w ill live in a very Press building on M aynard . street.,lflv- I
Slips have been posted in the dormi- small flat where Abby expects to do
tories and league houses for those most of her own work. Milton, who1
who could not conveniently sign up " is a young lawyer, is not wealthy. He
in B~arbour gymnasium. Elizabeth, is reputed to be a handsome young
M 2cDowell, '26, general chairman has man withi a fine family history, a
appointed the following committees (descendent of Merriweather Lewis, of
to assist with the party: Mae Keller,; the Lewis and Clark-expedition. Dur- 1
'27, transportation ; Ellen Groff, '28, ;ing the war Miltoni served in the-
posters; Arlene Unsworth, '27, re-j Yale unit of the naval reserve force.j;
Ifreshments ; and Jean Kyer, , '27,:________________

C ecil Thoin as, noted English sculp tor', says Miss Sylvia
dauhter of.1\Mr. and Mrs. E. C_ Brain erd of Washingtoni, 1). C.,
the most inspiring types of America n beauity lie has seen.

is one of

Dean Joseph Bursleyiand iMrs. Burs-
ley, Dean Henry Bates and Mrs. iLeague Building LWFriamMc, ''E, m andother.e
Bates, Dean Allan Whitney and Mrs. ; ! A.L.Ci5Farthamni97 commi tee. Tz-
Whitney, Dean Hugh Cabot and Mm's. l a teriauy" ide b ozheAunicmmteeah
Cabot, Prof. T. E. Rankin and Mrs. Awonjn pmen-a new araneasteencap-
Whni, Prof. Alfred White and Mrs. ! By Loyal A uomepliznhaew chairan 1 lthirca-
White, Prof. Emil Lorch and Mrs. - pointed -to help in the soliciting for
L'rch, Alfred G. Pelikan and Mrs. "Michigan alumnae everywhere funds. Mrs. J1 . Nelson, '03, pr esi-
Pelikan, Miss Mary Rose, Miss Amy ! dent of the Pittsburgh College Club,
L~oomis, Mrs. A. S. Hobart, is !rc should be encouraged and stimulated; is thene president of the Michigan
Richards, Miss B. Louise Patterson, bytetp!f"ar-n okta alumniae ,group.
Miss Ethel McCornmick, Miss Janet 'the East is doing for our Women's "Philadelphia women had a 'Vie-
Cumming. League building," says Miss Daphne t ory' luncheon April 18, to announce
Dodds, '18, field secretary of the Wo-thfuilmnof hercoar-
men' Leaue, We avethe oya quiremnent at $7245. We don't feel
UDDsupport of our ablest alumnae in through yet,' said the chairman.
T10 ULU BENEFITS WashLLingo, Phldlhi, Ptt- Wl we help the women studlents
burh, altmor an Itcheter Ne toget that site on campus that they
KETUCY, COLESEYork-cities which I have just vis- 1 iat'? said Dr. F. 1-. Tlin~smanlm I). I). 5.
ited, returning with gathered enthus- ',18 , t rotbzer of Mary' .. Tinsman, '19.
FOR KNTUCK CO1L~E asmn and convention that no other who is chairman of the League cani-
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter, paign n Rochester. Suifely we will'.
of te Dughtrs f Aericn Rvo-willingly for their Alma Mater' than ; xm eapeit hi o~ ug
lution will bold an exhibit and sale' our, own alumnae. ment in selecting a site that is :next
of fireside industries for Berea Col- "Wh'lile in Washington. D. C., I to the best one on campus, you know.',
lege, Berea, .Kentucky, from 2 to 6 talkedl with Mr. J. Rowvland Bib~binis, Rochesterians have pledged $2,000 as
o'clc hrda fenon'tte99E, presidenit of the asinigton ' a gr'oup to comlelte the $6210 quota cokTusaatrona h
home 'of Mrs. Clement W. Gill, 1710 Alumni club, who outlined his care- I asisgned them ini this campaign. 'We
Cambridge road. This exhibition in- fully worked out planis for promoting couldn't be satisfied to do less,' said
cludes products of spinning wheel a thorough alumni backing for all I Miss Tinsman.
and hand loom, true reproductions of cmunedannevos I-elo "From New York this mjornting
chrse ooilhilos oe-presented the Central Coinmi tte e wit h! comies a letter from. Mr. Philip
lets, couch covers, hangings, andl a graph which he had drawn, show- Thomnas, '20E, furnishing uis with a
rugs. ing a comparison of the net enroll1- I-nmoney-raising plan, that, when
1 ,acolg hruhis eat ment of all educational institutions. r. m-i~ :nrlt~eai lP
mnt of Fireside Industries was the of the United States, with that of the; ported by our local chairmen through-
pioeerin eviingandfoserig te 'University of Micehigan from 1880 to out thbe unfited Staites, canIflso ersilv
colonial, home arts in the southern! 1925. This graph also shows ratherj (Continued on Page Seven)
moulntains -- americanization work interestingly the fact that, whereas in!__________________________
most worthwhile. These weavings 1900 the women were 10 1-2 per cent I_______________________
are the result of years of labor in i of the total enrollment at Michigan,
-the effort to preserve those arts i n 1925 we represent 27 1-2 per cent Th! onii
which were transplanted upon Amer- !o h oa nolet eko h o n 1
ican soil by our Anglo-Saxon fore- ii eedl a new building there,' said
bears, but which modern industrial-' Mr. Bibbins. Frock
iismn has almost extinguished. I In Pittsburgh. likewise, our cam-
S Mrs. Annma Ernberg. tdirector of I)aign has beeni encouragedl by the 1 Beomesditictie and doilly
fireside Industires of Berea, Ken- genem'ous interest of the Alumni Ares- useful wihen designed by
tacky will have charge of the exhibit. ident. Mr. Henry 0. Evans, LLB3 '96,I
Mrs. Ralph 1.1. Curtiss is general
chairman of the exhibit and sale.. been mailed the general public is!
Otherm'members of the committee in c'ord(ially invited to attend the exhibit
charge are: Mrs. H-arry W. McClure,' and sz he 4
vice chairman; Mrs. Alfred H. White.,'
Mrs. William 1-. 'W'ait.Mms. H-enmry G.I
*Berger, Mr's. C..J. Lyons, Mrs. Walter HAVE YOUR CORSET !!
Staebler, Mrs. Herbert M. Slosson, MADE TO MFASURE !
Miss Sara Whiedon, Mrs. Williamr
Bishop. Mrs. William Inglis, andi HELENG.ClCIURCH ' I,
Mr. . rnkAlnmniner Te NU-BONE CORSETIERE 222 Nlickels ArcadeI
chairman states that though only a with MISS WINTYRE, Costumer. ( Phon11e 4882
limited number of iivitations have Ni1 lsA11d Poe111ano~t~n

hIouse uit~t~~y. The Social Service club will meet ots
_____- - 8 o'clock tonight at the -Theta Phi Al-
There wvill be a Y. W. C. A. cabinet pha house. Mr.-C. E..Brewer, the De-1
ietinig at 4 oclock this afternoon at troit commissioner of. recreation will
Newberry hall. be the principal speaker.
lA Jbetter European Tour
FOR LADIES ONLY
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is now being organized in
the American Students'
tour taken under the able
direction of Frank C. Clark
MRS. H. W. CAKE
Representative and Traveling Chaperone
1.45Washtenaw Phone. 3587
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$1so0

. Dcxdale full . fashioned Bose
are real values at this price.
All the 'newest shades--nude,
champagne, nothing, bran,
mauve, fallo w, boblink, sunset,
tan,, zinc, lupine, orchid, black
- and white.
MAIN,.FLOORt
GOIJgYEA R'S
124 SOUTHl MAIN

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ofthte finermim-
mestic fabrics.
B aniid 9 011elIy
sty ltd and
lined, the
w o r k manship
is of the very
lest. In all the
favored shades
Utility and Sports
Coats

A Wonder- Sale of
Smart Spring Frocks
XI3.95
Originally priced $25

.. 'es
' £ ..
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Doctor Austin Flimp Jr., eminent specialist
in New York City, says: "I Consider that
Jersey milk, by reason of its richness and
chemical make-up, is the best ' and most
nutritious for human food. I therefore keep
Jersey cows and their milk is used in my
own family." Just Jersey Dairy At

$i 975
on1 I hi mTan-
nishl y tailored
and swvagei'
lines of tweeds,
(wills and nov-
elty sihorts fab-
ries, full lined,
half linled and
unlined in time
5 5 C) it lii ( it.
i'o1)tmIai new
sitad1es.
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An unequalled opportunity to select a charming silk
for afternoon or a fiamnnel for sports or a wool dress
for street wear at a remarkably low price-a price
unmatched for real value.
Here are frocks of printed silks in high shades-'
just the type popular now for afternoon ,and evening,
social affairs-a few in the darker shades.

Dresses
for
Spu 's"
Wear

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The Talues found here are extraordiiiar.
Included in. this sale are' Jaunty sports
frocks of flannel-stripes and plaids and
plain colors-Just the thing for summer
resort or boat trips.
And now that a spring coat is not need-
ed a wool frock is ideal for street wear.
Charm een dresses are especially popular
here.-
The Sale begins sharply tat 8:3(0.
Donl't miss such an unusual event.
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