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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV1N

DRI. BELL SPEAK
BEFORE A.C.Ai.0W

Give Permission
For Late Closing
Hour TVedesday

TO OPEN AL E of

Mrs. Little Will
Present Prize At
Benefit Party

PLAY ACTIVITIES
flflMFNPlF FARIY'V

Freshman Women
Will Learn Dance
Steps For Play
Miss Amy Loomis, '22, director of
the Junior Girls' play, and the fac-
ulty of the physical education de-
partment will co-operate in the se-
lection and training of women in the,

Shows Interscholastlc Competition
Women's Athletics Contrary
To N. A. A. F. Principles

In

HOLD DISCUSSION GROL P
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the physical
. education department, pointed out
that interscholastic competition in
women's athletics is not to be de-
sired, in her discussion of the Na-
tional Amateur Athletic Federation at
the open meeting of the A. C. A. C. W.
held at 9 o'clock yesterday morning
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Irene
Field, '27Ed, read a paper on A. C. A.
C. W. and told about the national
A. C. A. C. W. conferences held every
three years.
Hillsdale delegates announced that
their greatest difficulty in a satisfac-
tory women's athletic organization
was their lack of sufficient equipment.
Ypsilanti spoke of the increase in
interest in athletics since interscho-
lastic competition has been dropped.
JIntersorority, interclass, and interso-
ciety competition is encouraged in its
place, and is found to attract a much
greater number of women than the
system formerly in use. Ypsilanti
delegates spoke on the system of
awards in sports, and emphasized the
importance of correct posture in the
efficiency tests on'which the system is
based.
Kalamazoo spoke of the emphasis
laid on scholarship in their athletic
point system, explaining that 200 of
the 800 points necessary for a sweat-
er award depend directly on scholar-
ship. The delegate reported that there
is no regular track meet at Western,
but that individual daily records of at-
tainment are kept, to be counted with
the class at the end of the year, thus
giving to the class, either freshman or
sophomore, who has the highest
average the title of champion class.
Detroit City college and Highland
Park junior college explained that
their women's athletic organizations
are as yet in their infancy, but the
rapid progress is being made each
year. Detroit City college pointed that
i it had been necessary to encourage
interscholastic competition because of
the small enrollment in the college,
'while Highland Park junior college
reported that theiredisadvantage has
W4 ~been that there were so many socie-
tips and clubs that little interest had
been manifested in athletics. How-
I ever, the delegate explained that the
number of societies to which an in-
dividual may belong has now been
limited, with a result encouraging to
athletics.
Part of the fixin's for the
Thanksgiving Turkey in.
eludes the new dress
for the Turkey
Eater.
Let us have your order
soon if you would be ready.
i
Consulting
Costumer
218 Nickels Arcade 4882

Permission was granted for a 1:30 Mrs. Clarence Cook Little will pre- !
o'clock night for women the Wednes- segthe prize at the benefit bridge
day before Thanksgiving at meeting of T'hicke Isay Re O4t)uined In Al lparty to Ile giyen from 3 to 5 o'clock Title And Name Of Aiuhor Of Junior}
the board of representatives of the Organized houses And At Sat. Nov. 28, at Martha Cook building. irs' 1'Play To Be Announced
Women's league yesterday morning Graham's holokstore Tickets are se'iing rapidly, having later In Year
However, women will be required to
s h~ e:n di.;tribted to all houscs possible,
be in at the regular hour on Thanksi PLAN CIRCUS COSTUMES on campus. If any one wishes a WILL DESIGN OWN SETS
gvn -irat. i te m ' ticket who cannot obtain them from
Co-operation With the Women s .t heiron' ow house, please ('all Evelyn plhuhteJno il'pa o
Athletic association in furthering their Menibers of the publicity committee r wn 01s. ,Although the Junior Girls' play for
social dancing classes for both men are planning to, begin the sale of' Terewill be 65 tables of bridge this year has already been chosen
and women was offered in a sugges- tickets for the Sophomore circus to- ! which is an increase of ten over the!and rewritten from the number turn-
tion that a club be formed for the morrow. The tickets are now bdi sc f part y e ' el in to Irene Field, '27, chairman,
members of all the dancing classes rss. for consideration, the title and name
with Onle OPen (lance a miionith. I sold in all of the organized houses 1players will not progress except asfr
wtity may arrangenamongmtnehselves, of the author will not be announced
Board members decIded to request n campus a nd may be obtained until later in the year. A hint as to
with the endorsemilent of the board of through the committee members and Rereshnments will be served in the the character of the production was
irectors of the Women's league a re- at raham's book store. Two days corr__or. _ __received recently at the junior mass
arrangement of the local motion pie- previous to the circus, sales will be -meeting however, when Amy Loomis,
Lure programs to coincide with the conducted in several of the buildings lI'23, director of the play, stated that
10:34 o'clock rlin for w onmen. on campus. The price of tickets is M bothfscenes were staged in Ann Ar-
50:cents except for children under bor. This gives many opportunities
t-n years of age who will be admitted FOR JA I[IfIIP 1 Ifor colorful specialty numbers and
for 25 cents. The women in charge U IJ LL clever dialogue, according to Miss)
JOTODS S of costumes have been busy with the , Loomis, who mentioned that the au-
various kinds of costumes necessary Patrons and patronesses for the thor had caught the spirit of college
for the different; acts. fourth annual an- lellenic ball to beI idioms and used them to advantage.
IPart of the cast for the Sophomore !gilven at Grangers Nov. 27, have been Extensive plans halle. been made
-------- circus has been announced and prac- announced by Virginia Spain, '26, by the publicity committee of the play.
Would-be journalists will have the tiec for these participants has started chairman of the chaperone committee, The work of the committee has been
opportunity to hear Miss Helen C. this week. Rehearsals will continue resient Clarence Cook Little and divided into several sections. Arti-
Bower of the Detroit Free Press at through next week and during the Mrs. Little, Dean Allen S. Whitney of ces advertising the productions will
4:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in days previous to the performance, the the ciool of Education and Mrs. appear in the newspapers of the
room.408 of the library. women will be supervised by Miss Whitney, Dean Wilber R. HIumnphireys larger towns around Ann Arbor. An-
In accepting the invitation of the Amy Loomis, '23. assistant dean of the literary college I other section of this committee will
vocational guidance committee to Phyllis Richards is training an act and Mrs. Humphreys, Dean Jean Ham- attend to the window advertising in
speak Miss Bowers wrote, "I hesitate in which the following women will . .onMsG i r, .A Detroit.
iiBls Grace Richardsf Ms. Atmy, Dl etroit.i ya's1 wil
to raise the hope of any prospective appear: Esther Merrick, Helen Bel- Hobart, Miss Louise Paterson, Dr. All sets for this year's play will
'woman journalist' unless she under- cher, ihelen Vos, Margaret Lawlor, Arthur 'S. Aiton of the history depart be built especially for the production
stands that the final matter of ob- Janet Trembley, Audrey Raney, Dor- mont and Mrs. Aiton, Mr. C. D. Thorpe and will belong definitely to the jun-
taining a position, an opening wedge othy Swartwout, Lucy Seeley, Marian of the rhetoric department and Mrs. or class, instead of being returned
in the profession is almost entirely an Tuyl, Marcella Nonenman, Fay Ti'horpe, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter to the maker as in former years.
dependent upon the individual girl's Smead, Laura Soule, Annie Brown, Staebler. The same builder will be employed
persistence, the opportunities she andMary Quarton. A stunt, directed Everything points to the great suc- who made the Masques sets. The de-
makes for herself, and those which by Hclen Hawkins, will feature Kath- cess of this affair which is the only signing of the sets is in the hands of
destiny, fate, or what you will puts erine Kyer, Susan Storke; Madelyn large social f'unction sponsored by the the junior women.
in her way. Dankers, Charlotte Fralick, Aurel ivonen on the campus. The proceeds The play and the committees have
"Yet if my own experiences. and ob- Fowler, Marian Van Tuyl, Margaret of the bail go to the unierg'aduate a six weeks advantage over that of
servations, which are after all my Cole and Cletus Fagan. fund for the Women's league building. last year according to Miss Loomisf
only sources of information will mean ( Laura Barry, Sarah Bonine, Louise The programs this year will be who expects to profit by this start.
anything to the girls, I shall be only Briggs, Muriel Brier, Eunice Childs, brown leather billfolds bearing the!
too happy to tell them whatever I Ellen Groff, Margaret Hawkins, Helen iichig an seal in gold. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
can."!I Hawkins, Miriam Hosmer, Virginia
This conference on journalism will Moore, Rhoda Tuthill, Gertrude Welch,
mark the second of the series of vo- aud Jeanette 'Wendell will take part
cational guidance programs under the in an act under the training of Mar-
auspices of the Women's league. garet Hawkins. - Xte Call for and Deliver.
e CR Or ad Dever

Complete reorganization of the
Honor council was effected at a re-
cent meeting. It is now organized up-
on a personal basis thereby abolish-

Junior Girls' play of this year. Clogg- ing the so-called Honor council houses
ing and national dancing, to be used that have existed up to this time. The
in the play, as well as folk and nat- nucleus of the present system is all
ural dancing, will be taught in -the the interested women who live in
dancing classes. those houses which were elected to
All freshmen before trying out for ( Honor council this fall upon the old
the Freshman Pageant are required to basis.
take one entire season of natural The purpose of the Honor council
dancing. Classes for this will be held, is, to organize campus life in a man-
at 10, 11, 2 and 3 o'clock each- week ner that will bring opportunities for
and there will also be beginning class-! service and development to all inde-
es at 5 o'clock on Tuesdays. All wo- pendent women in the fullest degree.
men who are interested may sign up, In accordance with this purpose the
in Barbour gymnasium at any time. Honor council is trying to help, in a
Invitations to membership in "Or: personal way, the independent fresh-
chesus" are to be sent out soon. This men.
is an organization formed by Miss At present the activity is restricted
Janet Cumming of the physical edu- to six zones but it is hoped that the
cation faculty whose members are to entire 18 zones will be gradually in-
be chosen for the ability they show 1cluded. The organization plans to
in the dancing classes. The first of! help women who enter the University
the invitations are to be sent to those!the second semester, and to be of ser-
who did unusually well in last year's vice to the campus in any other ways
work. possible.
All indoor work begins this week,
and those wishing to sign up- are Let The Daily sell it for you thru
asked to do so early. the Classified columns.-Adv.

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Darling Sue,
Thanksgiving and the I an-ilellenic Ball are not
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You'll have a perfectly marvelous time! And I am so
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BEAUTY SHOP
Will be open every even-
ing until 8:00, except Tues-
days, for marcelling and
all beauty work.
DIAL 8878

Shop Early
This Year
Last year as you frantically pur-
chased last minute gifts, didn't you
firmly resolve to shop early this
year? Well, Christmas is only a
month away. If you want to carry
out that splendid resolution, now is
ihe time to begin. Start now buy-
ing small gifts-a dainty handker-
Ciuef for Mary, a scarf for Sister
Jane, costume jewelry for Betty
Lou.
You'll find your problem much sim-
pliied if you'll take a look through
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thing.
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Football games and tea dances
don't leave much time to plan ahead,
'but you'll have to do a little hust-
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and the little accessories you want,
won' t you? Perhaps some fashion
hints from the Metropolitan Opera

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opening may help you in selecting your evening apparel.
Brilliant metallics, subdued pastel shades, warm
velvet colors and black, vied in giving splendor to the
gathering. Some favored period gowns but in most
inslances, the silhouette was conservative, with lighkly
moulded effects and graceful uneven hemlines. .. .. . .
.... Pearls in' chokers and ropes were favored orna-
ments. The sparkling of brilliants was transferred to
provide twinkling feet. Rhinestone bands were worn
closely across the forehead.
Nude hose seemed to be the choice with every kind
of slipper. Fans were willowy and of the wide-spreading
variety. Long gloves were worn to just slightly above
the elbow.
If you go to Mack's, I am sure you'll have no diffi-
culty choosing your new things in short time. Have a
wonderful time, dear. I'll be thinking of you and all
the others.
Affectionately,
- Sally.

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