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VEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI1

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SEVEN COLLEGES
TO ATTEND MEEV
Will Present Awards To Winning
Class And Intramural Teams I
At Hockey BanquetI
QUARTETTE WILL SING
Representatives from seven colleges
and universities of the state will at-
tend the athletic conference to be held
here his week-end in the interests of
the Athletic Conference of American!
College Women. Hillsdale college, Al-
bion college, Highland Park junior
college, Kalamazoo college, Michigan
State college, and Detroit City college
are those represented in the confer-
ence.
Among the activities planned for
the week-end program are a hockey
spread for Friday night, and an open
meeting of the W. A. A. immediately,
following. This meeting is to be open y
to any woman of the University, as
well as to the visiting delegates. At:
this meeting plans for the entire year
will be outlined. Louise Roberts, "26,
will talk on the point system, and re-
ports of the outdoor sports will be
given by the managers.l
The University Girls' quartet assist-!

Florence Probst Complete Program 1 o'clock toda n Barbour gYmnaiUm.
Winner Of BallUFor Levi Barbour Members of the finance committee1
I ofEll the University Y. Wt. C. A. will meet
oser ContestFM e orial Serviceat 3 o'clock today at Newberry hall.
Florenc~e Probst, '26, is the winner
Io ne ll '26 is phe wi _ n preparation for the Y. W. C. A. sBetsy Barbour house will be tle Important meetings of the intra-
test. Her contribution was awarded summer student conference at Lakeco gers will be held at 3:45 o'clock and
first place, with MVtary Louise Miller, ! Geneva, Wisconsin, next year, all held at 5 o'clock today for the late
'L2vi Lnd Prouriof Detrot,,who died4 o'clock respectively today in Bar- L
'26, and Pauline lopp, '28, iecivng Michigan women who attended lalast JuLeviL. TBarbour fc troit hadie of bour gymnasium.
ono e menti. The post rwere year's conference will meet at 8 o'clock the a fair under Dean Jean Hamilton C n- -
judgd b a ommt~tc ofthre ~ tonight at the Delta Gamma house. 1 will be Catherine Bennett, '28, Vir- Cbntmmeso h .W .A
structors ine a(hIrtwn and laintin. ICThe purpose of this meeting is two- ginia Kersey, '27, Dorothy Pudrith, viii meet at 4:15 o'clock today at
fold. It will be a social get-together '26, all of Betsy Barbour house.
P. Slusser, Mr. F. 11. Aldich and st for these women, and at the same time Dr. Arthur L. Cross, of the history Posters for the bazaar poster con-
l B. Chin. s Tdyhe win dpoter they will draw up a list of subjects department will speak of the life and sa
will be on display t ay in the window that they would like to have discussed works of Mr. Barbour. Norma Bie msn i to
of Graham's State street store. next summer and send them to the nell, '26, president of the Women's gymnasium no later than oclock
wAccording to tradition one-third of conference program committee. i league will speak on "The Debt of all today.
vt~heallotmient of tickets wi- The Geneva conference emphasizes Michigan Women to Mr. Barbour"; All posters for the Sophomore cir-
served for indepenident women. The AlpotrfrthSpomec-
tickets will he placed on sale through in its yearly program discussions of Myra Finsterwald, '27Ed, president of ens must be handed in at the office
vital student campus problems. Ques- the Women's Athletic association, on of the dean of women before 5 o'clock
timeNono2r council tre a to fo'lock tions such as what sort of information "The Value of Barbour Gymnasium in this afternoon.
v. 2 . ashould be stressed about the church the Development of Women's Life on
the stairs in Barbour gymnasium. and its representatives, and how the Campus"; Yi-Fang Wu, a Barbour PAY YOU'R SUBSR1PTIN NOW.
oen failing to get te at th idea of service at home and abroad l f Ci "W t it
, I~.- I'il '~ lI ~ . VuaUI

Let T'IC E'S furnish
your Fruit Punch! -
TICE'S - 709 N. University

time may secure them by calling Dor-
othy Dick, '26, or Jeanne Goddard, '28.
Contrary to the custom of alloting
a certain number to the different so-
rorities, the sororities must send a
delegate to the second parlor in Bar-
hour gymnasium to call for the tickets
and to make the payments for th-em.
VfllAIflNflII F ,IIIR F

iuw I 5C v~t U 1v11CalU i. ic isenolar iromnunna, on waL L
can be more clearly linked through Means to an Oriental Woman to Have
the student volunteer movement for a Western Education"; and Esther
missionary work are discussed. Austen, '26, on "Life in Betsy Barbourj
A study of recreational periods, House".

ed by the second quartet will make
their first public appearance at the ,
hockey banquet to be given on Fri-
day night as Barbour gymnasium. The
quartets will lead the singing for the
banquet but will in addition render se- Miss Margaret Elliott, assistant pro-
lections as a special feature of the fessor of personnel management in
program. the School of Business Administration,
Tickets for the hockey spread to be' will talk on "Persomnel Management
given at 6 o'clock Friday at Barbour las a Field for Women" at 4:15 o'clock
gymnasium will be on sale for the'this afternoon in room 0 of the Main
last time today in the gymnasium.1 is arn0

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what should be done with one's spare;
time, with specific suggestions as to
the type of recreation that should be!
emphasized will be made, and there,
will also be discussion as to the ad-
visability of pre-conference education.
In some universities there is a GenevaI
club whose purpose it is to give each!
prospective delegate some idea of the
program and the purpose of the con-
ference before she attends.t
At tonight's meeting such problems,
will be discussed, and those that meet
with the approval of the group will!
be sent to Geneva as suggestions for
next summer's program.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

NOTICES

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Bazaar articles will be called for
today immediately after lunch.
All women in act III, Greek tab-
leaux, be at the gymnasium tonight
at 6:50 o'clock dressed in gymnasium
clothes for practice.
Members of the publicity committee
for the sophomore circus 'will meet at

We have an exceptionally
large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your in-
spection.
APPLIED ARTS
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The Shop for Unique Gifts
Any Furniture
Broken at Your
House Party?
Let Us epair It.
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ZIPPER BOOTS
Keep. YQur Feet Warm

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Here again for another winter and more popular
than ever! Zipper Boots with the automatic fastener
may be had in a net lined rubber top style at $4.50, or
in the jersey top at $5.50. Wear Zipper Boots to the
game Saturday if you want to be warm and comfortable!
Buy yours now while the range of sizes is still complete.
(MAIN FLOOR)

League house presidents are request-
ed to let their zone athletic managers
know at once how many are to come,
from their houses. Any woman on
campus may attendnthe banquet,
whether she has taken an active part
in hockey or not.
The spread will mark the close of
the year's hockey season, and hockey
awards will be given out at the time.
In the intramural games Betsy Bar- I
bour's team holds the championship,
while the junior team are the cham- I
pions of the interclass tournament.'
Freshman and senior teams tied for
second place in the tournament, with
the sophomore team in third place.
Decorations for the spread will be
carried out in maize and blue. Yel-
low chrysanthemums and palms from
the botanical gardens will be used,
and the tables will be decorated with !
maize and blue crepe paper. The
tables will be arranged in the form
of an "M" with the speakers, guests,
and delegates from the Athletic Con-
ference of American College Women'
seated at the head table.
Senior society, honorary society for
independent senior women made the
following elections at a meeting of its
members Monday night: Ruth Hull,I
Geraldine Masters, Doris Slinghuff,
Maize Vandenbeck, and Katherine Wil- j
cox.I

Miss Elliott worked in the ordnance
department of one of the arsenals
during the war, under the government
and will speak mostly of personnel
work in industry.
This lecture 'will constitute the first
of a series of conferences undlertake
by the vocational guidance committee
of the Women's lcagu, of which Marie
Van Osenbruggen, '26, is chairman.
Conferences being arranged for the
near future on various vocations will
le given Nov. 25, Dec. 9, and Dec. 16.
Next week's conference will deal with
Ithe vocation of journalism for women.
Miss Helen Bow er of the Detroit Free
Press will be the speaker.

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If it is a frock for out-of-
doors; in the school room;
semi-formal or formal wear,
you will find each represent-
ed in style, comfort and
smartness at a price which
will appeal to you.

EXQUISITE FROCKS
AT ANNIVERSARY PRICES

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Make NOVLEER SALE OF

THE
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HAIR SHOP
Offers You
the
CASH CARD
$6 for $5
Come in Now and
Save Your DOLLAR

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FLANNEL AND JERSEY DRESSES
$14.75
SILK DRESSES
$19.75
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
$29.75 and $39.75
"The Shop of Personal Service"

For every article for sale, there is I
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

Nickels r(,,,i

Phone 9616

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A Gift a Day
Malte Christmas Shopping a Joy
in Every Way
Start now picking up a gift or two
whenever you go through the Arcade
or wander about downtovwn. You
will enjoy selecting pretty new
f Christmas things at your leisure.
Then, when Christmas is close upon
you, there'll be no long, tiresome
shopping tour and last minute rush,
but a fascinating array of packages
awaiting their gay Christmas wrap-
pings!
And it's so much easier on the al-
lowance to spread the spending over
two months.
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natural gloss and lustre, this is1
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Just put a few drops of Glostora
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and brush it through your hair
when you dress it. You will be
surprised at the result. It will give
your hair an unusually rich, silly
gloss and lustre-instantly.
Glostora simply makes your
hair more beautiful by enhancing
its natural wave and color. It
keeps the wave and curl in, and

natural gloss and lustre.
A large bottle of Glostora costs
but a trifle at any drug store or
toilet goods counter. Try it! You
will be deligited to see how much
more beautif u your fair will look,
and how easy it 3il be to manage.

*1.69
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Good quality crepe de chine
of special weight and color-
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Black Prince and Black,
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