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October 14, 1925 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1925-10-14

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Officers of the Women's Lea-
gue will introduce President
Clarence Cook Little at 7:30 o'-
clock tonight in the main bal-
room of the Union. Women are
urged to attend this reception
as it will mark Dr. Little's first I
appearance before the women of
1 the University as a body. I

Prolssor 1li.ier to Address
Enutrants, to Advise Thiemi
din 1)isgjling



Prof. Richard D. T. Hollister, of the
Public Speaking department, has of-
fered to talk to the junior women in-
terested in entering the contest for
designing scenery for the Junior Girls'
play, and to advise them in the work.,


Aan eSpecial M squ esTo Hold 4 o'clOCk to"ay in the au"i""orium of Thursday and extend over the week- hold "ry outs from 3:3* to 5 o'lok
IR q CS ~I 'University hl.. cnd to the following Thursday to en- today and tomorrow afternoons at
Rates For Golf Poster Contest i able more orough antion to th Newberry auditorium.
The imic section of the Facultv many league and sorority houses.
Tourney Entrcintsi C s t ircsm oni' e luC wiil meet at 8 o'clock Ict The Daily sell it for you thru
-- tir 1We1iineslay night at the home of Mrs. Mummers Dramatic society will the Classified columns.-Adv.
Special arrangements have been! Frank N .Wilson, 804 Laurence street.
made with Mr. 0. H. Clark, of theat
University Golf course whereby anyposter design, as is lonr r Iml nividual instruction in teinis will
1 women who enters the golf tourna- Mil1h i be given in the spacial cas Nvhlch
ment under the auspices of the Wo- ! . A per ante Juno b will get for fhee first time at '3o'-
play. A pi ~tc]' ait es i ~i t oeHeldd r 10 I.fo IhefrsR1meat10' ITUT
men's Athletic association, will be clock tomorrow, at Palmer field.
charged a greens fee of only 50 cents
all advertisilng. All members of the Fir;t rounds in the class tenni
Twelve women have signed on the ocity who ar i terested in enter- tournament must be played off by to-
poster in Barbour gymnasium for this ~inthe (::ntest are urged to attend a f rioi>row night.
tournament and any others who are r a 4 u' n lo o --- N T
interested should sign there today.! auditorium of NniveTHsityEil. Thosei Changes inE>hns for the house to
The schedule of opeponents for the wishineg to en . t who are ual house canvasIrido for the Charlot iIto l SMAR'F MODES
frtrudw l e osted Fvidlay andl to at tend the meeting, sh~ouild conei Biagolon scholarship fund have been FOR FALL
matches should be 'completed as soon mnica'te with Florence Probst, '26, necessitated. The canvas will begin
as possible. at !962.u o
RCLF SSuperiordquality, pelts of
Sealine, Marmot, Oppos-
I ON6 LUB U l I '} Soft water used sum, Muskrat, Caracul,
I LIBITuISN O TICES usiely zKid, Broadtail and Rac-
Opportunities for trips on horse- ---- ~_---^-_-------_-g--
back, and special riding exhibitions There wil be a very important
are some of the features offered biy meeting of all League house orgaiiz-
the riding club which is being organ- ers at 4:45 o'clock Wednesday in Bar- a e
ized by the W A. A. with Elizaeth a th p A



Whereas in former years, scenery for
the Junior plays has been designed Women graduates from over a hun-
by professionals, this year it has dred colleges and universities in the
been planned to use only scenery de- United States are eligible for m n-
signed by the junior women them- bership in the American Association
selves, so making the play more com- of University Women, an association
pletely their own. Any junior wonian whaich stinulates university women to
with artistic ability is eligible to enter continue intellectual growth after
the contest, as no experience is neces- graduation, and to contribute in every
sary. It is expected that women in possible way to the welfare of their
the architectural school will enter, aE community according to local needs.
the work would afford them an op- A local branch of the association was
portunity to put their ability to a established in Ann Arbor in 1900. Be-
practical use. There are two scenes fore that time it was a part of the
to be designed, neither of which will Detroit branch established in 1887,
le' at all difficult, according to Irene which was one of the earlier branches.
Field, '27, chairman of the play. All The association provides, through
women interested in the work are local branches a large number of
urged to call Miss ,Field at 7117 at scholarships for undergraduate wo-j
once, as sketches and designs are men in colleges and universities and
expected to be submitted by next also administers and awards eleven
week. scholarships for graduate work in,the
The play to be given has been chos- United States and in foreign coun-
en, and plans are already under way, tries. It is also making an effort to
although the name of the play and improve the conditions for women in
of its author will not be revealed housing and social life and upholds
until later in the year. Miss Amy women members of faculties in get-
Loomis, '22, who will direct the play, ting proper salary, promotion and
will hold a mass meeting for all tenure. International relationships
junior women sometime in' November, among university women are encour-
,,t which time she will explain the aged, especially among the university
particulars concerning trying out. women of the seventeen countries
The various committees for the play forming the International Federation
have had to be revised, because of of University Women, and as a cen-
the ineligibility of some of the mem- ter for this work the association Ap-
bers, but the revised committees will ports a National and International
be announced shortly. club in Washington, D. C. It sug-
gests educational policies for national
work, prepares educational programs
Ann Arbor Club for branches of the association and
Edits Newspaper "arries on educational research. A
magazine is published devoted to in-
formation and discussion concerning
Members of thre Ann Arbor Women's subjects of interest and importance to
club are editing a small monthly university women.
newspaper, the "What Not" in ,order There are nearly 300 branches in
to promote interest in the club: and the country of which Michigan has
keep every member posted on all fourteen. Michigan also has a state
club business. The paper is issued organization of which Miss Frandira
the second Tuesday of every month. Crocker of Ann Arbor is president.
Since the club temporarily disbands The association has a national and
the last of April; reorganizing again also an international association, the
in September, there is a total of seven latter having grown during the last
publications. About 250 copies are few years.
circulated monthly. Associate membership in the organ-
The "What Not" contains a resume ization is open to women who have
of previous business, a schedule of had one or more years of work in
activities that have been planned, and an accredited college. Members of
any other news that is considered of the graduate school and all residents
interest to the club members. of Ann Arbor, who are eligible to
Mrs. Barbara A. Dewey, editor-in-' national membership in the associa-
chief, is assisted by Mrs. Alice M. tion will be welcomed by the local
Woody and Mrs. Barbara D. Hamil- branch. Graduates from the Univer-
ton. ( sity of Michigan have always been,
The editorial staff is composed of eligible to this membership.
Mrs. Lan Johnson, Mrs. Viola Allen, The first meeting for the year 1925-
Mrs. Evelyn Furgason, Mrs. Lewis A. 26 will be held Oct. 17. Mrs. Lois
Townley, Mrs. Charlotte Wagner, Mrs. Matthews Rosenberry, former dean of
Olive Dolph, and Mrs. Jenny M. women of Wisconsin university and'
Keech. at one time president of the national
organization will be the guest of honor
SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAILY! and will make the eddress. Mrs.

>oU Ir ginnunium.
Nutt, '28, as manager. A poster is
now in the corridor of Barbour gym- Today is the last day on which
nasium on which any women inter- tries fs the oes da ona-
ested in the club may enter their entries for the womea s golf tourna-
names and telephone numbers. A ment may be mae on tiihe bulletin
meeting will be held at 4 o'clock, board in Dabhour gymnasiiuu. Very
Monday in Barbour gymnasium for litule experience is e )ary ind t1
the purpose of organization. .tourn meni i5oo n io J1 women of

Blue BirS

Pholle 90,36

5 Nick ls Arcide

In case physical education credit
is not desired for riding, honor points,
in the W. A. A. may be earned by,
this sport. The hours at which rid-
ing instruction will be given are also
posted in the gymnasium. Twelh
regular lessons will entitle seniors,
juniors, or second semester sopho-
mores to physical education credit
for one season.
Riding tickets for the Mullison
Stables were distributed for sale in:
every women's house on campus yes-
terday. As has been stated before
the tickets are six for $5, 20 per cent
of which goes toward the campaign
fund for the Women's League build-
ing if 500 tickets are sold. The
tickets are transferablerandsit is per-
missible for two women to go togeth-
er on one ticket.
Rosenberry is the wife of Judge Afar- -
yin Rosenberry, a member of the
Supreme Court of Wisconsin, who was
a graduate from the University of
Little investment-big returns, The'
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

the I niversi ty. Th1 mcI Vt of' OnpOl,<iiS
tfor the first round vil be posted Feri-
There wvill be a nu iii of al il em
hers of aIsques s (iet ;interested in
taking a it; in the post(r cont'est at
625 E. Liberty St. P',one 5010
He Mgpe Tue ;,Agtgood
SCIrViie, a :d o d wor
(hrid ci d at l?:ndru l awl
sto that filing tuir', by liavitig
Ut1fwof 0 01' 'a hlPoil tre tt-
4)1mxi ~riay (t (Ii 'P.


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~ Clever Frocks Fashioned
Easily by Busy Figers
S MART Fall frocks are designed on
details of styling so simple that even
busy college girls can fashion a new sports W
dress very easily during the little idle min-
L-tes of the week.
Duve.yn, kasha, flannel and balbriggan,
ranging in price from $2.25 to $4.50 per
yard are popular materials for campus
frocks. Filagree buttons and colorful braids
are effective trimmings. A Butterick Patt"rn
with the Deltor makes sewing a pleasure.
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