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Dean Hamilton and Amy Loomis Help
Sophomore Women Put on
Two Ring Show

Mortar Board To
Benefit League- LL CfhISJFPO
On Thursday, Mortarboard society ARE rai[
will sponsor the sate of women's ap- I
parel, to be given for the benefit of
the Women's League. The Himel- r ,t i 1e

Says University Women Waste
Time And Never Concentrate
"Contrary to the (rrent adage of one chose enough activity the result
a univercity weinmn that. sce's so busy would be greater than a requirement.
she hasn't time for anthing study I Since they do not, the requirement,
r' shows that the ordinarv ay presents sheuld include more than two hours
time for leisure," accorning to Miss B. a week for two years. The growth
Louise Patterson, of the physical ed- and development process is still ac-
acation department. "The schedules tive and' students should leave col-
of college women clearly shows that lege equipped to excel in something
they do not budget their time and en- which they cannot help making a
ergies for the greaterot rewards. I hobby.

hocl. shop in Detroit is sending out
a representative with a complete line
of women's clothing and has agreed
to allow the society a certain per-
centage of the sales. The latest
models in hats, dresses, hosiery and

Issue to Students of

signed up for the Illinois game is
small. For the convenience of all
N O TICESconicernied arrangemnents should be
~made early.
Masques' play rehearsal of act one
will be held at 4 o'clock this after-
All women who are selling riding noon in University Hall.
tickets for the Women's League are
asked to hand in their reports' University *Girls' Glee club will
this morning. Elizabeth Blackwood, meet at 4:30 o'clock today, at the
'26, chairman of the undergraduate School of Music.
campaign committee will be in the -
Women's League office on the second Hours for interclass hockey prac-
floor of Barbour gymnasium from 8 tice have been changed. Seniors and
to 12 o'clock Tuesday morning and juniors will practice at 4 o'clock, and
all tickets should be turned in at sophomores and freshmen at 5 o'clock
that time. on, Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Dean Jean Hamilton is directing smart accessories for the college wo- Something new for the benefit of beeve that the adage should be
the committee work for the Sopho- man will be shown and the prices the omens
I -te oe' League fund is being changed to read, I confuse my time;
more Circus to be given Dec. 4 and will be moderate. One member of carried out this year by the American so that I can never concentrate on
5, with the Women's League bazaar, Mortarboard and a saleswoman from one thing at a time.'
and Miss Amy Loomis has consented lHimelhoch's will conduct the sale i "While there is an increasing in-j
to act as critic and advisor. The from 3 to 5 o'clock at a local tea- the selling of maize and blue playing terest in play and recreation. facili-
physical education department has room and in the evening at one of cards put up in blue morocco cases ties are inadequate, and individuals
charge of the training of the tumb- the dormitories. The places for hold- iwith a gold seal. are not sufficiently educated to callI
ling, (ancing and fencing and the I ing the sale have not been decided for help. One day vwre will see thel
It has been the intention of the as-
rest of the stunts and acts will be upon by t*e committee, but will be srUniversity give itself whole-heartedlyE
trained by committees of sophomore announced in Wednesday's issue. sotiomeosuhoa rbto carr- play and recreation at 4 or 5 o'-
womien. Thismandtedesigningoandmore-out some such plan but not until re- lock in the afternoon, altogethier,
women. Th-is, and the designing andcently have they found sufficient in- gitimately, enthusiastically.
making of the scostumest will allwn gtmaelennns ial
maig o h otmswilalwI iT ln rr D(Stere 't among the citizens of Ann A r- "Less than half the women are in-
the women to use a great deal of in- TOV OIV ISS M S bor to finance the project. It is the I terested in organized camlnus activ-1
genuity as almost every member of hope of the organization that the en- ities. This brings us to the point that
the class will take part. [OD UflIOIlI ttire issue which consists of 4000 adequate opportunities for active leis-
The circus will be a regular, two- deeks will be pledged very shortly by ure time activities must be provided
ring performance, opening with a pro- the students of the university and the and individuals must learn their
cession and closing with a grand Dolls will be dressed and scrap I citizens of Ann Arbor but those which worth. At present most college womn-
finale. The circus band will be es- books made for the children at the are not will be placed on public sale I en do not realize the investment toi
pecially trained in band music and University hospital by the Y. W. C. November 20 and 21 in places to be be made while in college. If everyI
with clowns, trained animals, acro- A. workshop which will open rues- announced later. Those wishing toI
bats and dances, it is the aim of the day, Oct. 27, and continue every sign up for decks now may do so at 50c, considered unusually low, es-
committee to present a realistic cir- Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Wahr's, Graham's or Slater's book pecially since it will cover the en-
us.until Christmas vacation stores. tire tournament.
Mary White is the general chair- uAnna Louise Buck, 26, chairman of On the backs of half of the cards
nan and the committees are as fol- the workshop committee, which is a there will be a blue field with a gold Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
lows: finance, Elsie Murray, chair- part of the social service division of sail and the other half will have gold
man, Marion Anderson, Madelyn the Y. W. C. A. urges that all of the I backs with a blue seal. Also there
Dankers, Katherine Lardner and Alice sororities, dormitories, and league will be special reference to bridge
Kellogg; costiumes, Marian Van Tuyl, 1 houses contribute old magazines from whist in small size so acceptable to
chairman, Helen Hawkins, LucyrSee- which pictures can be cut for the expert bridge players. The cards con-
Tuthil, scrap books and pieces of cloth ,taim no printing except the ace of
Sarah Bonine and assistants, Aurel which may be used for the doll cloth- spades which bears the inscription
Fowler, Mary Karpinski, Marian ing. Also the w-orkshop will, be "Benefit University of Michigan
Stearns, Mary Elizabeth Brown, Mary open from 2 until 5 o'clock each of League." On the top of the 54th card
Bowman, Anna Cope, Anna Dunlap,, the named afternoons and all wainen there is placed the black "M", and on
Mollie Horwith and Eugenia Long; who can are asked to contribute their the joker the squirrel holds sway.
publicity, Susan Storke, chairman, services. This is one campus ac- Two-thirds of the issue will be put up
Kathryn Ferguson, Margaret Haw- tivity in which freshmen are eligible in double cases containing both a
kins, Mary Quarton, Phyllis Richards, to take part. blue and a yellow deck, and the other
Marion Welles, Janet Trembley, third will be put up in single decks.
Louise Briggs, Louisa Butler, Edwina I I The cards will sell for $1.00 a deck.
Hogadone, Catherine Patterson and Reward Cheever The cards are being printed by the 7
Margaret Ricker. fonor Students United States Card Player's Co., of
sCincinnati, Ohio, one of the largest I ; .

"Sports are becoming more fashion-
able for women everywhere and there-
fore more popular. In addition to the
regular requirement for the 1924 fall
season, records show there were 367
women who elected at least two hours
a week of activity. The elective class-
es had an enrollment of 522. This
means that more than half of the
1367 elected four hours a week. In
addition to the 111 women on class
jocley teams, 20 teams took part in
!the intramural tournament.
"Other activities are offered dur-
ing the winter and spring seasons.
IThe most popular are basketball,1
Edancing, and baseball. Fencing, rifl-
iery, archery, and track are also offer-
ed. The Women's Athletic associa-
"tion awards points not only for par-
ticipatien in team sports but also for
i number of individual activities such
as hiking, golf, canoeing, skating, ski-
ing and horseback riding. Thus Mich-
Sln, through its department of phys-
Ical education and the Women's Ath-j
iletic association, offers every oppor-
tunity known to schools of this type."

There will be a meeting of the
bazaar committee chairmen at 4 o'-
clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
The house presidents and two rep-I
resentatives from each of the Honor
council houses have been invited to
dlinner by Miss Jean Hamilton andl
Mrs. Amy Hobart at 6:15 o'clock e -
nesday, Oct. 21, at their home, 923
Olivia street.
Athena will hold special tryouts to-
night for the women who have stated
their intention to tryout but who
have been prevented from doing so at
the last meeting.
There will be a meeting of Mum-
mers at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
the parlor of Barbour gymnasium.
The number of women who have

All women who are out for class
hockey are expected to attend t
mass meeting to be held at 7 o'clock
this evening in Barbour gymnasium.
Attendance at the meeting considered
most important. Miss Campbell, di-
rector of interclass hockey' will ex-
plain rules and will talk about the
best technique to employ in the ap-
proach ing tournament. Class hockey
schedules are posted in Barbour gym-
nasium and in the field house.
If the weather interferes with the
golf matches to be played, women
participating are asked to go to Bar-
hour gymnasium, find out the name of
their partner, and arrange a new tim"
of playing. The results of each game
should be phoned, 7817, to Margaret
Lawlor, '28, manager of the tourna-
m ent.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

Pratt, chairman, Mary Carlisle, Mar-
garet Cole, Margaret Mason and Mar-
ion Karboski; attendance, Evelyn;
Pratt, chairman, Mary Boyle, Virginia
McCall and Helen Wooton; proper-
ties, Bernice Staebler, chairman;
stage Jean Greenshields, Kathryn
Kyer, Helen Rutherford, Florence
Webmaier, Phyllis Loughton and as-
sistants, Laura Barry, Mary Ann
MacRoberts and Lois Porter;' floor
and decorations, Dorothy McGonigal,
Margarte Lawlor, Jean McKaig, Jos-
ephine Norton, and assistants, Jean
Dow, Mary Cristy, Lois Parks, Doro-
thy Ward, Isabel Stitt, Eunice Childs,
Helen Nause and Pauline Ingold.

card companies in the United States,
Professor E. C. Goddard of the law and thcompansescindthedUniyedhStats
school presented a reward of fifty being used.
dollars to Lorene Owens '26, for be- 1
ing the upperclassman of Adelia
SCheeverhouse who earned the most Tiwenty-Five Sign
honor points during the year '1924-25
Mrs. Goddard awarded Ellen Groff,
'28, an equal amount for being the
one who maintained the highest That golf is going to have an equal
scholarship among the freshmen liv- place on the campus with other ac-
ing in the house last year. Profes- tivities is shown by the fact that so
sor Goddard announced that he and ! far twenty-five women have signed up
Mrs. Goddard would renew the offer for the tournament whose first round
for the present academic year. These starts today. At this time women will
awards were made at the time of the be witnessing the beginning of an en-
formal initiation of the new memhers tirely new field of the W. A. A. The
of Adelia Cheever house. green fee for each candidate will be



Although, contributions to th
lotte Alice "Blagdon Scho
fund have begun to be turne
the Women's League officex
league house and sorority pre
the total is as yet too smallt
rant publication. The last day
drive is Thursday.
The sororities will have no
urging than that in The Dai
that' received at the Board of
sentative meeting. They are c
to act upon their own initiati
the president is asked to br
contributions to the League o
soon as possible.

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