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VM1li DUESTIONNAIRES

PRESIDENT LITTLE ADDRESSES
WOMEN VOTERS AT KALAMAZOO

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ELfINI!VO T1ONS
11 Ii-,cu Idequaie ( iirienia Of Modern University For Women And Sug-
av4tS (Cuens OfI I dy For Those Who IDesire A Geiteral ('l- I
More than 400 questionnaires in- t I 'ud Ifon To Equip The nt For Fukture I "ut
quiring as to present employmentji
have been mailed to women graduates.. j
of the class of June by the committee' That the present c lge ccursre for the individual courses offered at col-'
on vocational guidance of the Wo- women has faied insofar as itls useglee with great success, but becauset
cin s-league, in the hone is eciucrsed is tc- they rarely intend to follow a pro-
m!':ase aue, the nieis '2ncrnchasitr- n-fessional career they have as compar-
Marie Van Ozenbruggen, '26, chair tention of President Clannce ('.ok 1ed with boys an evtn more discon-
man, explained that the committee in Little as pointed out in his speech be- nected and uncorrelated viewpoint inj
sending out these questionnaires hoped,<IteiI
sto ng compilse nformtionais top- fore the convention of th' Miehign their work, and, third, that few of
to compile information as to posi- . j them find in their college training the
tions obtained by college women, the I eague of Women Voters last night tmnda n theilegtraining te
fundamnental elements common toj
sources of these positions, the average at Kalamazoo. "The present system both college and domestic li e and to
earnings of the women graduate when for women has failed to show women all important human situations.
she starts work, and the efficiency of how they can use all the infcrmation In declaring the "clear and disturb-
the courses offered in the Universityf
to prepare the student for earning her they can ever acquire to the fullest I ing failure of the present system,",
tng. p a hdegree of its value and in its mo-t President Little suggested as .one ofI
"The University is not yet able to, timulating way in their own home," the most desirable changes a careful-
offer the student any extensive or he said, and added that "girls who ly thought out and attractively offer-
fundamental help in vocational have been inserted - bodily in this ed course of physical education to be
choice," stated Miss Van Ozeubruggen. n timan-made)colleworld have rsalyarst eapliedluring
"Roieliingthdiss the Ozeil j n"ed men and shownife fhiulre c(A illoelall four years of college. "The los- I
ace co ingth thelvocatiual guid-l prwesnt svi em Io s'r'essfvu l " sons once thoroughly absorbed from
pant com iviih bthe facguef ihn doa- In considering, possible modifica- competitive games cf the proper type,
tions of the existing system of educa- either intra or intercollegiate will
of women is trying to help by seek- tion for women President Little made teach the girls how to become good'
ing information from students and1 three main points: First, that the winners and good losers, and how to
graduates and by holding conferences physical and mental equipment which try their hardest for a given pur-
with experienced speakers. Wwili girls bring to college differs from that pose." That an atmosphere conduc-
-welcome any advice or proposas of boys in that it involves more re- ive to a retention and development
the answers to the letters offer." - serve and introspection and less in- of home interests be created in (lormn-j
herent ability to be good mixers; sec- itories was also suggested.
ond, girls have applied themselves to{ President Little considered the pre-

sent culrriculum iJ'~'t or the
enter muml n soie p o. ,con afld ad-
vanced chnlges of ourets o help
those Who desire a geel!.'A cultural
education to make them better ciuip-
ped for future dutie> as u :ef(l clit-
zen, wife, anad mother. "Instruction
i gove;nm,1et, liisiory. and econom-
cs should be continu ed and revised
with especial emphais on considera-
tion of legislation, on e teood, child

i ,ham'. education, industries involving
S .and public health," he said.
Be uo'hill add the studies and courses
on the rights and achievements of
wonmn, in the various nations. "Hu-
man biology, additional courses in the
care of the sick, work in psychology,
especially that of children, and that
of the process of education could be
evolved to a vastly more interesting
and comprehensive level than it oc-
cupies at present.'

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$1.00

Chicken Dinners

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Saturday and Sunday

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T'he Tavern Hotel
SALINE, MICH.
MENU
Chicken Noodle Soup (Hone Made)
Queen Olives Pepper Relish Sweet Pickles
Spring Chicken Fried in Butter
Sweet or Irish Potatoes Biscuit Chicken Gravy
Tender Sweet Peas Cranberry Sauce

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AN
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Football Costumes
Demand Fashion - Aertness
It is a long day when you start out with a
Iuncieon and then tea-dance after the game; but
f ng to make our one
andtoursart novltywhy goves atotwt
1 -ni~en an thn te-dace aterthe ame bu
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Baked Apple
Bran Bread (Our Own)
Apple and Pumpkin Pie Ic
Coffee Milk Tea
Serves Continuous from 12:30 to 8:00 P. M.

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Phone Saline 63

NOTICES
At 10 o'clock this morning a fenc-
ing class will be held in Barbour
gymnasium. All women not having
their own equipment are asked to pay
a fee of $1 to keep up that of the!
University.
No request for permission to have
breakfasts after the Pan-Hellenic ball
will b ,received after 5 o'colck Tues-
day, Nov. 17.
Read the Classified Page-it pays.

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tGoodyear's
ON MAIN ST.-NEAR WASHINGTON
Your Purchase Will
Be Undeniably New
It will be the thing talked about in the most fashionable
magazines you read-what they are wearign now in New
York. Goodyear's intensive quest of style assures you some-
thing delightfully unusual in every purchase.

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Hot Lunches

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In Ann Arbor today, John wishes to
announce that he is planning a new and
snappy system whereby a very large
crowd can be taken care of without
detracting any from the usual quality
and service that "Good Eats" is so well
known fpr.
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TO fIELIVE R7EGOS
A moment of breathless suspense. The Michigan fullback is making
a spectacular run. Only the secondary defense parts him from a touchdown.
Every true Michigan man and woman prays that he will deliver the goods.'
Delivery of the goods, whether ii be in the form of satisfaction, service,
or speed, is what we strive to accomplish. w
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Phone 9115 514 E. William
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Smart Frocks Define
the Figure If-
underthings are right. To hell
frock with its definition, Mi
jersey perfectly fashioned and
ored should be the choice of ex
tastes. Pev.ch and flesh occasi
trimmed with color-vests, blo
or step-in sets.
There is much to say in fav
Trillium Silk, and the way it
itself to tailoring for envelopec
ises and gowns, at a price .a
under that of jersey.
Goodyear's silk undergarments
uniformly fine.
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Scarfs
There's great fascination to a
colorful squares as seen tod
Goodyear's where the folded
are kept. But to choose one frI
dainty dozens and keep it, di
about the neck and tie it und
chin, and* own it-that's great
faction. $2.95.
New Pouch Bags
Now-a-days they say every froe
-ave its own style and color <
Frocks demanding leather sue
pin morocco of green, red, ta
back in various combination
find their match-$3.50 to $8.00
A Raccoon Coat
$265.00
Price to the front on this o
where such a price on such
most rightly belongs. There is
ing but the superlative to say
this raccoon coat-everything
it is best. Were you thinking
ing one?-if so, now is the time
Indestructo Trunks
There are fashions in lugga
trunks, that make certain thin
only very smart, but immensel
tical. Goodyear's have just pu
a completely new line of Inde
trunks and Warren leather
Here now if ever anywhere i
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At a Formal Party
Very Soon
There will be a girl with an unusual
evening dress -receiving the lion's
share of admiration. Long sleeves,
V-neck, flaring skirt very scant and
the whole outfit of sky blue georgette
-New York's newest. Size 36-thirty-
nine fifty.

Pretty Handkrerchief s
They have as much personality as the
frocks they complement. Round is a
new favorite. Lace and hand em-
broidery bedeck a multi-colored group
in every conceivable kind of handker-
chief material. 19c to $1.75.

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Let Yourself See
These Hats
You who secretly long for another one
that's bright and colorful in the way
these new shades are. There's noth-
ing like a new hat to bols-t up one's
interest in life. Faille and metal
cloth, specially priced at $5.00.

o make that party a great success, dec-
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ARBOR FLORAL CO.
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Steamerrgs
The most important thing"about a rug
that goes out in public, whether to a
footabll game, on ship board, or mo-
toring-is that it should have the ap-
pearance o fbeing fashioned for that
particular purpose. All honor to the
army blanket - the couch cover or
grandma's shawl. But would you be
correct, have a steamer rug with
fringe-beautiful plaids, suitable col-
ors-$6.95 to $23.95.

Don't forget--Thanksgiving

is coming. Your folks at home

would appreciate some thoughtful remembrance. No

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