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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925 TI-IF. MICHICAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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CONFERENCE OPENS
AT HOCKEY SPREAD1

Delegates Will Be Met At Train
Board Reibers Of Athletic
Association

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TO HOLD OPEN MEETING
Delegates to the Athletic Conference
of American College Women to be
held here this week-end will be met

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at the train this afternoon by mem-
bers of the W. A. A. board, and taken
to the hockey spread given at 6
o'clock tonight at Barbour gymnasium.
Six hundred and forty-three women
will attend the banquet, and it is
urged that women will be prompt in
arriving, as the music will start, and
the doors will be opened at 6 o'clock.
Elizabeth Tompkins, '26, will be
toastmistress at the banquet, and
speeches will be given by Myra Fins-
terwald, '27Ed, president of W. A. A.,
by Dr. Margaret Bell, and by Miss
Laurie Campbell, of the physical edu-
cation department.
Movies of women's sports last
spring and this fall will be shown.'
Following the banquet an open meet-
ing ofthe W. A. A. will be held in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, at which
all old members of the W. A. A. are
required to be present.i Twenty-
three women will be initiated into W.
A. A. Reports of the fall sports will
be given by the managers, and Louise
Roberts, '26Ed, will explain the W. A.
A. point system.
An open meeting of the A. C. A. C.
W. will be held from 9 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning in Sarah Caswell j
Angell hall. Dr. Margaret Bell will!
speak on the National Amateur Ath-'

Y W.C.A. Secretary Talks On I D T Letters Sent To
Chinese30 omen To
" Poltical Situation
- Aid Scholarshup
Outlining the present political sit- !the present court system. Under the TS IfIrtZAi h oa rhp
Misse ! ctin sytemthe nglsh ae puish I T furherthe campaign for thelt
nation in China, Miss Katherine Crane, a g ssm, the English are punish- Iestablishment of the Charlotte Alice
gnrascetary of the Ann Arbor= ed in English courts, the Americans Commiitiee ilanis T'i' (ive 1turistic Blagdon scholarship fund, the Wom-
Y. W. C. A. spoke to the nembers of are punished in American courts, and Atmosphere In Coloring en's league has sent letters to the
Y.~~~~~~~~ w.Ch.sok otemmbr fxlen a crime occurs that involves'te
the leadership commission of the Uni- both a foreigner and a Chinese citizen And Odd Shapes 300 women in her class asking them
versity association at 3 o'clock yes- the trial takes place in a mixed court. to contribute.
terday in Newberry hall. "Another problem that comes upj TO DECORATE CEILINGS The letter contained a statement of
"At present," said Miss Crane, is the racial problem. We are very s the general slan of the fund, which
"There ais to establish a scholarship to benefit
"Thereis a conference in session at unfortunate that the first Chinese we Colorful decorations consisting Of Michigan women who need financial
Peking, the capital of China, to d'e- knew in America were snubbed, large I
cide what shall be done about the numbers of them were cowed into brilliant shades of crepe paper andI aid to continue their studies. Only
tariff situation, whether is shall re- small quarters, and almost forced into bunting arranged so as to present odd i junior and senior women who have at-
main e fist' tainedl certain qualifications in schol-
main in the hands of foreigners or crime. It is too bad that the first shapes, giving a futuristic atmosphere, arship, personality, and campus activ-
be put under Chinese control, and Chinese we knew aren't those we are to he the decorations for the Wo ities will be granted loans, these
whether it shall be raised or remain know now, the student group." Miss mnen's league and Interchurch bazaar qualifications will be exacted by Miss
the same. Crane concluded. Jean Hamilton, dean of women, and a'
"There is in Peking one group in- this year, so it has been announced
trse inhvgitrie, Mis Miss Crane has been in China II1 committee of student women. Ltoans
terested in having it raised,Miss years altogether, leaving the first by Margaret Barnum, '26, chairman up to $250 will be made.
Crane continued, "And i opposition time in the interests of Tsing Hua,i of the decorations committee. Miss The league has already raised $250
1 to them arc the nationalists who, most and returning again under the Amer- Barnum is being assisted in the work by personal contributions from the
of them are possessed with a noble ican board mission. by Elnora Hawn, '26. women on the campus.
patriotic feeling, but who are posi- Following Miss Crane's talk, Rensis Wide stripes of peach color and The last paragraph of the letter
ively seething to think that the for- Likert, '26, president of the S. C. A. block, stretched diagonally along the states something of the character of
eigners are in control ofaddressed the leadership commission back of the wall under the race track the woman who left the inspiration
Feeliesgedashexpressedhin themgroup
Feeling was expressed ig tet that groupif groups of entering women on student in Barbour gymnasium will form the for this scholarship.
thediss e oldng assea tht con- problems in Europe. background for the decorations. Above "She constantly embodied the
the Chinese should assume the con this, on the outside of the track, there ideals and aspirations of a
trol right now, instead of ten years D tewill be a mixture of various widths truely Michigan woman," it reads.
hence,tywou b tO r Wand colors of crepe paper. Panels of "More than that she endeared herself
out a stable government, and the Tick tsF B ll plain color to which the lights will to the hearts of many because she
headlines q the Detroit papers last JCt S Lor ta be extended will alternate at regular represented true womanhood, spirit-
night show that they have already intervals with the splashes of bril- ually, and mentally. A scholarship in
won the tariff point. Tickets for the Pan-Hellenic ball liant color produced by this effect. her name will symbolize to future
"Not only is there this tariff prob- will be distributed from 3 to 5 o'clock The lanterns which were used for the Michigan women ideal womanhood.
lem," continued Miss Crane, "But a today through the honor council at architects ball last year are to be
second conference has been promised the table at the foot of the stairs in used for lighting. Many of the otherDf
on the abolition of extra territoriality, Barbour gymnasium. Women not re- decorations are also contributed byI D eks u®"uards
ceiving tickets at this time should the architects. To Be Sold Today
letic Federation, and Irene Field, '27, call Dorothy Dick, '26, or Jeanne God-1 The ceiling of the gymnasium is to
will give a talk on A. C. A. C. W. dard, '28. Sorority women may re- be decorated with strips of crepe Public sale of the yellow and blue
Following the speeches Miss Finster- ceive their allotment by sending a paper giving the suggestion of odd playing cards which are being sold by
wald will conduct a discussion group delegate, to call for the sorority al- shaped figures. The paper is to be the Ann Arbor branch of the Americ-
on W. A. A. membership, and Miss lotment and should make full payment stretched from the top of the railing an Association of University women,
Roberts one on the point system. at that time. around the race track.

THE
GREY
SHOP
Corner Liberty
and Maynard

Special S
Football

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Guests

Hot Lunches

is to be conducted today. The deck
cost $1 a piece and are (decorated hi
a blue and gold color scheme with
gilt edges.
The sale will be conducted at the
following places: The State street
bookstores, Quarry's drug store, both

nds of the arcade, in front of the
nien, at both ends of the diagonal,
the Library,, Lantern shop and Mack
and company.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

11:00-2:00

5:00-7:30

ervice

for

Sunday Evening Lunch
4:30-11:00

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and the

DeReszke Singers

HILL AUDITORIUM

Wednesday, Nov. 25
8:15 P. M.

TRY KINNEY'S FIRST

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Will Rogers, the prince of entertainers
and the. entertainer of the Prince

'The 1926 Wall Papers
Are here, and they are decidedly novel
in effect of smartness that will surely

Will Rogers, the unofficial
ambassador of America

Don't miss this rare treat.

appeal to the lover of the modern.
must see them to be convinced.

You
Have

Tickets 75c, $1, $1.50, $2, at Wahr's, Graham's, Slater's.
and Schaeberle & Son Music House

PEPPY STYLES
The Kind That Appeal

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GAITERS AND GALOSHES
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you seen our pretty new pictures all
framed complete? Prices ranging from
50c to $5.00 are sure to suit your purse.
We also have a fine line of art materials,
stencils, transfers, etc.

Entire Main Floor Reserved.

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The Ann Arbor Floral News

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Dial 9313

203 East Washington St.

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THE EVENING MODE
For Winter Glows with Color
The exquisite new gowns for
formal wear are more brilliant
than in many a season.
Chiffons of mistily radiant
color, crepes in pastel and
bright tones, georgettes and
exquisitely shaded velvets fash-
ion the evening gowns.
New arrivals aid you in select-
ing the best for the Pan-Hel-
lenic Ball.

DRESS SALE

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75 Frocks $35.00 Fr
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Satin. Baibrig- Charmeen. Satin
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because of smartly attired!
yling and eco- ite styles and c
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brings golden autumn indoors. Chrysanthe- flowers, a dinner decoration, or a real elab-
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