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Ise,°i i lrunch Of Amnericant Association;


Of Uni cr sity NWoien Pledge i
$5,60( To Fend
Interest of individuals and institu-
tions in Ann Arbor just at present
are centered in the proposed Women's
league building. This is especially1
true of the Ann Arbor branch of the
American Association of University
This organization is the outstand-
ing national association of college
women in America and is a member
cf the International Federation of
University women. When Palmer field
was purchased the A. A. U. W. in Ann'
Arbor not only co-operated in activi-
ties for profit but made a substantial
gift from its own treasury. Early in
the history of the branch a loan schol-
arship fund was established with the
pecial purpose of aiding junior and;
senior women to complete their col-
lege work. The commencement lun-I
cheon which has become a recognized
institution of the University is always
under the direct personal supervision
of the college women. Alumnae house,
while a gift to the University from the
Michigan alumnae, was the recipient I
of a generous gift from the A. A.
When Michigan alumnae launched
the campaign for $1,000,000 with' which
to endow, erect and equip a building
for the women comparable to the
Union for men, the Ann Arbortbranch
immediately sent a check to the cam-#
paign fund adding to the first gift
from time to time. 'A year ago last
June at the inception of the intensive

Students Offered
Opportunity Of
Meeting Traveler
Students interest-d in chop sm g for-f
eign missions for a ii work vill have
the opportu ity of1 mitervi jwmug Ni S
helen Proctor, traveling secretary of
the Student Volunteer movement, to-
(lay and tomnorrow at Helen Newberry
Vis; Proctor, who is a member ofj
the Cosmopolitan club was born in
Shanghai and educated in China and
America. She is a graduate of Ff n-
( nison college, Ohio. After traveling
in the interests of the movement Miss
Proctor will return to China.
Cqbimet To Hear
Miss Quayle Speak
Miss Margaret Quayle, traveling
secretary of the International Student
Service will speak on "World Educa-
tion" at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon inj
Newberry hall before the members of
the Y. W. C. A. cabinet. Kathryn Wil-
son, '26, president of the Y. W. C. A.,
especially urges all committee mem-
bers to be present at this ocasion.
Miss Quayle, who spent the sum-
mer in Europe on student work, spoke
in Ann Arbor last year and the year
before. The International Student
Service which she is representing was,
formerly called the Student Friend-
ship Fund committee.
League Orchestra
To Play At Party
Entertainment will be furnished at
the W. A. A. party today by the newly
organized league orchestra, whose
first appearance at campus was made
i ttoI~mnclpm ngty la t Fri


Change Made In WOMEN TO TAKE
Train Schedule NUNS' ROLE IN
Change in the time of the special Q
train to the Northwestern game at Chi- . .
ago was announced yesterday by theitsoi for od
ichigan Central railroady. i college woman o feogv# that this is
The only special train will l"ave the jazzco a d a shiIe has suf frage
Ann Arbor at midnight, city time, Fri- rights will le soon in "The Cradle
day and will carry special Pullmans I' next ay. The cast
for women attending the game. Thes comosed s s
onv ra)inmon which tie Rnon e ~ scopsdail.t:-I~r fnls

meeting to be held at 4:10 o'clock ilss Helene Pachal, New York girl,
today in Harbour gymnasium. is said to be the only ceramic engine-
er in the world. She was educated at
N OTICES Practice for the first squad of iun- Alfred college, Alfred, N. Y., and after
o clock today at Palmer field at4graduation made pottery, importing
--c-eher clay from England. She found it
took too long to get the clay, and
Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet{ There will be a meeting of the H~on-!even then it wasn't satisfactory, so
will meet at 4:15 o'clock today at or council at 4:30 o'clock today in the she went to Saskatchewan and pros-
Newberry hall. parlors of Barbour gymnasium. pected her own clay.


There wlil be a meeting of the un-
dergraduate campaign committee at 5



SJ~eC1I I's o ciotik today in Barbour gymnasium.
willbe hnord wil b titrin an and the wonien taking these parts are
on the train leaving Chicago at 11:50 practicing the delure and devout ex- All Pan-Hellenic committees will
o'clock Saturday night, Chicago time. pressions that are called for. Miss meet at 4 o'clock today at Barbour
Tickets for the trip are being sold Amy Loomis, '22, who is directing the gymnasium.
3 to 8 o'clock at the Union. play, states that there are ten or 11 "
Notice was given by the office of ( nuns in the cast, each of a different Mummers dramatic society will hold
the dean of women -that no week-end type. initiation at 3:15 o'clock today at the
permission will be extended to wo- "As all but two or three of the mem- Alpha Xi Delta house. All members
men beyond 10:30 o'clock Sundayi bers of the cast are nuns," said Miss and initiates are required to be pres-
night. This means that the last train Loomis, "we must try to have the at- ent.
out of Chicago on Saturday which ar- mosphere of the convent. Some of
Dives here before 10:30 o'clock is the the girls find it very difficult and it Women already members of the
one leaving Chicago at 12:30 o'clock has come to be nothing unusual to see Riding club, and all those interested
Sunday noon, Chicago tme. This a devout-looking girl, with downcast; in joining it, are asked to attend a
train arrives in Ann Arbor at 7:07 eyes and folded hands, sitting out a
o'clock Sunday evening, city time. ' dance at the Union."
In order to reach Ann Arbor by Veils and modest gowns, copied from
10:30 o'clock Sunday night, women the habits which nuns wear, will do
who are motoring are advised to leave much to carry out the illusion but in
Chicago by 10 o'clock Sunday morn-, order to have the production truly
ing, making allowance for the hours realistic the facial expressions must
difference between Chicago and Ann! match. 'herefore it is decreed that
Arbor time. !all nuns in the cast. assume a saintly
expression whenever possible in or-K he- DIM ATTIA
Sophonore women who are inter- der to insure a quiet and composed.,
ested in taking part in the clown manner in fitting with the general at-
band for the sophomore circus are mosphere of the play. B AU SH P
asked to sign the band poster in Bar-
bour gymnasium or to communicate A 20-year-od Los Angeles girl, Be-
with Arlene Unsworth at 9517. atrice Fenner, now living in New
York, has written 26 songs in the last
'ENSIANS $3.5() TODAY. two years.I
_____________________________ Will be open every even-

lelievIng that it is necessary to express not only individuality,
but also artistry and sincerity in a personal greeting, we have made
only such selections as embody these requisites.
We will be pleased to show our cards by appointment.
Christmas Greeting Cards
M)al 47139
- C. E. KANE, '6 4A. C. ALLEN, '26
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Felt Hat-


We are featuring the Hyland Felt
Hat, a jaunty hat exquisitely fash-
ioned into the latest mode. A bevy
of colors, blue, green, sand, grey
and all the smargst shades. Superb
quality, truly a revelation at



ing until 8:00, except Tues-
days, for marcelling and



all beauty work.

campaign for the building this organ-;the women s leaguty as r14i
day.heorcestragusreiving y ons
ization pledged $5,000 to the Ann Ar-' day. The orchestra is receiving con- A PL
bor quota, to be paid by July 1, 1927, siderable attention outside of Ann Ar-
bo quota, tom b e pa i by J uly 1,19 I bor as the Detroit Times published a
at which time the entire amount is picture of the group in Sunday's edi-
expected to be raised.
This pledge of $5,000 was substan- tiong r sg
tially decreased during this past year Rnegular practices are bingheld
by various efforts and particularly by under the direction of Gwendolyn Wil-
the sponsoring of entertainment in son, and the orchestra is offering its
Hill auditoriumm services to women's organizations free LUNC.R A
The other activities of this year's antil enough practice is gained when
rogram for the Ann Arbor branch of a small fee will be charged for all
progam fr te An Arbr banchof!ex-,. pt league functions
the A. A. U. W., besides the sale of e_ 111eagu11efc11tIilnlII.Il
yellow and blue playing cards is the sss
coming of Will Rogers and the de Miss Francis L. Knapp has b Nen ap--
Rskqat of al o es n Nv pointed to the newly created ost of 7
ReszkeH au titorim.e voices n Nov. dean of 1freshmen at Wellesley college.
For nine years Miss Knapp has been
On Jan. 14 Mr. 'homas Wilfred and ecretary of the board of admissitn 1
his invention, the Clavilux will again a We"lesley. It is expected that col-
VIsit A n rb r The annual card1 leges all over the country will follow
party will be given on Feb. 11. Last the example of Wellesey in creating
ear 23 homes were opened and more this new office.
'than 800 women played cards during
the afternoon. This year by special « After a career of 38 years on the
request of the men some will be able operatic and concert stage Dame Nel-
to play and more than 1000 people I lie Melba, Australian prima donna,
are expected to attend, has decided to retire.O
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There's a whale of a jam, just before the game, getting out to Grant
Park Stadium by any kind of transportation.
Avoid this jam. Have a delicious meal. Find a congenial crowd from
your school-both alumni and students-L-by coming out to the South-
side ahe4d of the crowd, and eating at Hotels Windermere. These
hotels, recognized among the finest in the city, are in the heart of the
residential and Park district of the South Side-about thirty minutes
by motor coach or car from the stadium. Get off the Illinois Central
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