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W ...STATE CONFERENCE,
Plan To Interest Michigan Colleges
In National Athletie
DR. BELL WILL SPEAK
ARCHITECTS TO START SERIES
OF PLANS FOR LEAGUE BUILDING!
Funds Are Sufficient For oeia ]Itoom -ii, (oinnice Rocmu , Auditorium And
13)tcheiOs; $l, Still To Be Raed1 IB fore t onstruction
Will Be Started; Ideaf; Gath tred Frin Other Colleges
That progress towards the erection of the dean of women and her assist-
of the Women's league building is ants are on the ground floor. A big
being made was indicated yeserday white auditorium into which can be
when Miss Jean 1lamilton, den of brought a temporary stage and which
women, gave the results of a recent can .)e used for a dance hall is on'
interview with Ponds and Ponds, Chi- one side. On the' other side is a big
cago architects. "We have now lounge back of which are tne offices
enouglh money for all the social' of the Y. W. C. A., the Women's Self
rooms and the committee rooms, the Government association, and the Wo-
auditorium that will likewise be a men's Athletic association. A cafe-+
dance floor and the kitchens, but not teria 4nd lockers are in the base-'
for the cafeteria or the bedrooms for' ment. The cafeteria which serves
the alumnae," she reported. I 400 daily is not operated during the
Ponds and Ponds, who were definite- summer, but pays for itself entirely.;
ly selected by the first committee of Third floor consists of private din-'
the Alumnae council as architects ing 'ooms and rest rooms and a good
fob the league building, stated they sized study hall no longer needed
would be glad to begin making a since they have their new library.
League Will Hold
Effort; to get opinions concern ing
the bi- probki n i ha~ire f icingI he
women of the 1Mini igI:an camrtus aln'
being made thronh itbe Pih (0oi the
Vomen 'sleague. 'To ('h le sa inC
in nug these oplinion.,"' sated Norma
Licknel], '26, presient of tle league.,
"I will meet Ih representatives of
all organized houes during the nextt
few weeks in small groups." Miss'
No request for permission to have
breakfasts after the Pan-Hellenic ball
will be received after 5 o'colck Tue::-
dzay, Nov. 17.
it is requested that all persons re-
,ponsible for notices in The Daily to
the effect that Barbour gymnasium
ting tickets, bringing in money col- I on are to be at Barbour gymnasium
lected for various affairs, collecting no later than Wednesday, Nov. 18.
dues, receiving articles for League
bazaar, etc., sign at the desk in the It has been decided to have Monday
office of the dean of women, giving as the feature day of the W. A. A. tea
the name of their representative and room from now on. For tomorrow the
the exact location of their headquart- manager, Margaret Purdy, '27, has
ers. This will enable the office of the planned to serve waffles.
dean of women to give accurate in-__
formation to girls making inquiries.1 Kappa Phi supper will be held at
I :30 o'clock Tuesday, -Nov. 17, at Wes-
All posters for the bazaar competi- ley hall.
For some time the W. A. A. has
been forming plans for the athletic
conference to be held here the week-
end of Nov. 20, One or more dele-
gates from every junior college, col-
lege, and university in the state have
been invited to attend, and so far
more than ten are expected. The pur-
pose of the conference is to get the
colleges interested in a national W.
A. A. known as the American Con-
ference of American College Women.
The program planned for the con-
ference includes the hockey banquet
which takes place Friday night; after
l this an open meeting of the W. A. A.
s will be held and new members
initiated. At 9 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing Dr. Margaret Bell, professor of
a "h, sisal 'education for women, will
talk on the National Amateur Ath-
letic association; Irene Field, '27Ed,
will also speak on the A. C. A. C. W.
Later it has been planned to hold
discussion groups. In the afternoon
the guests will be taken to the Minne-
sota game and Saturday night basket-
ball games will take place. Louise
Roberts, '26Ed, is general chairman
and Jessica Nixon, '27, is chairman
of the hospitality committee.
Seven New Horses
Added To Stables
Bicknell will use t11 zone system as erious changes have been made in
divided by the house organization the board, it was announced. Lydia
committee, Kahn, '27, is temporarily taking the
Following is the sahedule of thO cplace o f Mary White, '28, publicity
first three zones: Zone one, at 3:30 managcr for the board; Betty Tomp-
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Mason, kins, '26, will have charge of hockey,
Stapleton, Dauner, C'omstocli, Sadler, ani Jessica Nixon, '28, is the new
and Payne houses; zone t1wo at :8:() sv mning manager. No one has as
o'clock Thursday afternoon, Adams, yet beci appointed to take charge of
Cozad, Augspurger, an d Westminstej .
zone three at 4:1 o'clock Thur dav ,;ii ;. r s headaurters for get-
Says Sally to Sue-
We were at the Ritz-Carlton today during the lunch
hour. It's such a gay hour one always enjoys watching
the crowd and seeing all the smartly gowned women.
We took a little table off to one side so that we could
gaze around as much as we pleased without being no-
ticed. I'll give you a little idea of somd of the things,
Riding, sponsored by the Women's
league and the physical education
department received a stimulus this
week, when Guy L. Mullison, proprie-
tor of the riding stables on Ann street
and the fair grounds added seven fine
horses to his sheds. Five of the
horses are thoroughbreds, having
been shipped into Ann Arbor from
a stock farm.
series of suggested plans in the rough: The study hall will be turned into afternoon including Leathernian,
on the ideas now gathered from var-! a second social room. Reagh, Faucett, and Asman houses. _-.-_
ious places in order that sets of plans While at Minnesota Miss Hamilton These represelta tive( mtligs, are to
might be discussed before June of this met-all of the Michigan graduates he held in the office of the Women's n e
year. "H-owever," Miss 1Hamilton whxo teach there. She also spoke atk league. ;i rse o
commented, "There is not. the slight- a ban<liuet of alumni and alumnae at ---t-----'-- 'reet
est hope Tf starting the building un- the new University club. The dean Chas M d In Ii'eg
til we have raised $180,000 more than of the engineering college, who wasCPMrtnd
we have now." Ibrought to Michigan by the late Presi- Athleti Bo d rt a
As part of her campaign trip'Miss dent Marion L. Burton when he wasC
Hamilton addressed the women of the there, was the first speaker of the
University of Minnesota and made a' occasion while an early graduate of At a meeting oft ie eW. A. A. board
point of looking over their woman's the Michigan law school was the sec- held Thursdlay ev(ning, attef ion was U
building, Sheverlin hall, which is a ond. "It was interesting to note," given to the forthcomng hieLwy ban- I,
memorial gift from a man. "Every commented Miss Hamilton, "that there quet, to the athletic convention to be
girl pays three dollars annually as were more present who knew "God- herd here at that time, and to sev- -
an obligatory tax and this more than dess of the Inland Sea' than who e dal spots. Also e inanes weredis-
carries the expenses of the building. I knew the 'Victors.'" cussed and each wanager presented
But such a tax would not cover the At Milwaukee Miss Hamilton was her report.i
whole running expenses of building given a luncheon attended by alum- Consulting '
such as we plan to have here at nae. At this meeting plans for some day school ,which is coeducational Costumer
Michigan," Miss Hamilton stated, "Be- united money raising entertainments alnd is run by a classmate of 'resi- 2 Nickels Arcade
sides having an endowment of $45,000, were made. "Milwaukee is turning dent Clarence Cook Little.
undergraduate women will continue her attention at present to securing
to earn something for annual income."i a pledge from every woman. In re- elill ill Ill]111m11l illillIllliIII tIII ilfilUIi11illtllllltiltlli _'
"The Minnesota woman's building turning to Ann Arbor, Miss Hamiltonj
has beautiful woodwork. The offlices stopped to visit the Winnetka country
Artists Materials of All
Kinds at ven el's
_E i eKe O 9 M
First Matinee Dance = -
Can ar is enus Board
Ac~ilemy ionn (,Ither Pieces
a'itt ed Oil Color Boxes
Sunday,-Nov. Xt stencil Sets
Sunay,5r xes a 1oulding Outfits
- Arta t: iUr.,:;es P mine Frames
Be a charter member of the Four O'clock Club.- (1 Cil O i'raitilay
We invite ticse interested in art work of this nature to come
Special Features in and see our splendid stock.
Afternoon Tea and Assorted Cakes.
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Jean Goldkette's E 207 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Victor Recording Orchestra GEANN ARBOR - - - YPSILANTI
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"A Bit Out of the Ordinary." ger 0ec Kll C
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of which was cut in a shallow V with gold kid flowers
appliqued on cach side. The same kid motifs were
repeated on the bishop sleeves.
Womcn must, once again, be of the opinion that tbe
back of one's costume is of more importance than the
front, for many clever back treatments were noticeable.
One smart little model of cocoa cloth had a line of bone
buttons extending from the high collar to the hemline of
the frock, which tended toward the very good princess
Small animal scarfs. 1
( t omZ,
surely rejoiced to see them
and to know that I can
wear my last season's fur
and be in fashion.
In fact, among the pat-
ronesses at the Ritz there
were as many small ani-
mal scarfs as there were
One youthful patroness
appeared in a black crepe
dress, the back of the neck
Have you shopped at Mack's lately, Sue?
probably find some of these latest Ritz fashions
00 YOU ENJOY LIFE,
REST, HEALTH, COMFORT?
More and more those who need not
go to work before eight o'clock in the
morning prefer to live in the country.
The automobile has made this pos-
sible. Fresh air and nature's environ-
ments are conducive for a healthy
body and a clear mind. A country
home has everything-lighting plant,
mail delivery, telephone, radio, pure
water, vegetables, poultry, fresh eggs.
The country gentleman has more than
the city cousin and low taxes, tennis
courts, riding horses and everything.
Men and women who are in school
or office all day need such ideal sur-
roundings for good health and com-
fort. I have now two farms ten to
x twenty minutes from Ann Arbor that
would be ideal and could be easily
beautified to suit the taste of pur-
chaser. These are so cheap that they
can be termed real investments, having
fruit, timber, excellent. soil. They
would be ideal and cheap if for only
a summer home. Circumstances and
old age make it necessary- to sell at
onceon reasonable terms. Informa-
tion can be obtained from George
Haller, 123 West Washington street,
this city, and 4911) is the telephone
g pco. v.a
I ry "
The number that means money
'. to you when calling a cab!
k o aro Extra Passengers
Ca id or The riceO i#
When milady's party gowns become soiled
she sometimes wonders if their fresh, cleanly
charm can be restored without injuring the
fabric, and WITHOUT O])Olt.
Milady can banish all such fears. This is
one of the first plants to employ a chemist
whose duty it is to make daily tests of our
solvent, to keep it odorless, oil-less and color-
less so that the most fragile fabrics and deli-
cate colors may be returned to you without
injury and without the slightest trace of odor.
UNLUCKY FOR SPOTS
le- xn ini TI' rs in Ann Arbor of
Will be open every even-
ing until 8:00, except Tues-
days, for marcelling and
Full Fashioned Throughout
Pure Thread Silk
Full Twelve Strands
Gracefully Slender Ankle
Perfect Color Matching
Double Heel and Toe
The "Ruby Ring" Stop-Run
Made Exclusively for Ycu
all beauty work.
1. 10. "'t'he Most Complimented Stocking
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