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WEDNESDAY, NOVENTEEM 25, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAG E FIVE!

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBE1~ 25, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FTV~

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Deucare Soeiety Is Not Acknowledg-
nk g Difficulties Of Marriage
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STRESSES EDUCATION
Society at present is having a great-
er difficulty than it will acknowledge
i adjusting present conditions to the.

Freshmen Elect fl[
Glee Club Heads -FILSC SE FOR

Officers for the FreshmAn Girls'
Glee club were elected for the pres-
ent year at a meet ing held recently
at the School of Music. Cynthia Ilaw-1
kins, president; Ilelen Rankin, vice-
president; Irma Sanzenbacher, sere-
tary and treasurer. Miss EuniceI
Northrup of the University School of
Music will have charge of the club
again this year and meetings will be
held weekly at 4 o'clock on Wednes-
day at the School of Music.1
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#equirements of a happy and perma-
ient marriage in the opinion of Miss

INIHAMUHAL lANK MLITI
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss B. Louise
Patterson, Miss Pauline Hodgson, and
Miss Laurie Campbell, of the physical
education department, will act as of-'
ficials at the intramural swimming
meet to be held Dec. 9, at the Y. M.
C. A. Dr. Bell will be the starter,
while Miss Patterson, Miss Hodgsoni
and Miss Campbell will be timers and
judges. Managers of the athletic as-.
sociation will assist in running the
meet.
Twenty-five houses have already
signed up for the meet on the bulletin
lboard in Barbour gymnasium. Lists
of the different league houses on cam-
pus and of the zones to which they l
belong, are also posted on the bule-
tin board, with the names of the ath-
letic managers of the zones, so that
any woman may get in touch withr
We have an exceptionally I
large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your in-
srptin

House Presidents I meet representatives from the Free-
man, Whitcomb, Ireman, Osgood, and
To Confer Today Culver houses, constituting zone seven.
In meeting with these representa-
Continuing the conferences with tives Miss Bicknell hopes to gain first
Coulinnng he onfrenes ithhand knowledge of the problems that
house presidents Norma Bicknell, '26, areaing the women on the Michigan
president of the Women's league will a this year
meet with representatives at 3:30 and campus
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the wo-
men's league oflice of Barbour gym- N O T ICES
nasium.
Delegates from zone six will meet
at 3:30 o'clock. These include: Elm No meeting of Black Quill tonight.
hall, Sager house, Coon house, Waite Independent women having tickets

house, and Truettner house.
At 4:15 o'clock Miss Bicknell will

to the Pan-Hellenic ball may get their

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her zone manager Tmy consulting
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the

Jean Hamilton, dean of women, as ex-
pressed before an assembly of more
than 1800 women of Ypsilanti Normal
in a recent address.
As evidence of her belief Miss Ham-
ilton pointed to the divorce statistics
of the last 20 years which show that
divorces have increased from one in
every 20 marriages to one in every
five marriages. She urged her hear-
ers not to believe because women of
today have their educational oppor-
tunities come easily that things were
easier for women than they had been.
"As a matter of fact", she commented,
"women of today need every scrap of
development of their intelligence that
they can have to be able to attack
the problems that are their particu-
lar problems."
The chief problem Miss Hamilton
declared to be the fact that a great
proportion of the work that used to
be purely women's work has been tak-
en outsideof the homes. "That means
that unless a woman finds a way to
contribute more than just the heating
of soup out of a can or turning up
the hem on a ready made dress, she
s not doing her share any more in
the household. Thus a man has to
earn more money proportionately than
in the olden days to have a family
because he has to pay for the work
done outside the home.
"The attempt to have the wife a
wage-earner too seems to be the mod-
ern solution for the problem, a solu-
tion which in its experimental stage is
developing a great many difficulties,
chief of which being an increasing
number of homes with notchildren."
Eighty-seven per cent of the women
graduates of colleges and universities
marry. "Consequently, marriage
should be nn a safe and sound basis
with an opportunity for growth and
as much security for permanent hap-
piness as is humanly possible."
For this reason Miss Hamilton de-
clared that even if a girl never makes
use professionally of the education
she acquires she has just as much rea-
son to regard that mental training
seriously as the man who expects to
earn his living definitely through the
use of it. "If she is superficial and
contented to accept stock ideas and
do no thinking herself she is going to
berunequal to the problems ahead of
her today."
"There may be things," she conclud-
ed, "which women do not commonly
study now which they should, but
there is no question that the thorough-
ness with which they do their work,
the original judgment which they ex-
ercise is just as essential to future
success for them as it is for men."

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Association Brings Will Rogers A
De Reske Quartet In
Interest Of Fund

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programs by calling at the Women's
league candy booth between the hours
of 2 and 4 o'clock today.
Sororities must call for their Pan- I
Hellenic ball program by sending a
delegate to Barbour gymnasium be-
tweent2 and 4 o'clock today. They
will not be distributed to the houses
as formerly.
Will the members of the business
committee of the Junior Girls' playI
complete the collection of the $1 from
each junior woman and report asI
soon as possible to Helen Reece, '27,I
22217.

No meeting of athletic managers
this afternoon as was previously an-
nounced.
Undergraduate campaign committee
meets at 4:30 o'clock in Women's
league office.
Practice for the clown act of the
Sophomore circus at 3 o'clock in cos-
tume.
"Journalism for Women" will be th'e
subject of the vocational guidaikce
conference to be held at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in room 408, Main li-
brary.

Something New
DeMilo
Milk Mask
Facial Culture-
Ask Us About It.

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Remember Your Thanksgiving Hostess With Flowers

Members Florists Telegraph Delivery Assn.

TO APPEAR TONIGHT
In the interest of the proposedA Wo-
men's league building, the Ann Arbor

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Flowers by Wire Anywhere

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THE

branch of the American Association ! -
of University women is bringing Will ARBLUE BIRD
Rogers at 8:15 o'clock tonight to Hill IEDI ARTS
auditorium. Mr. Roger's entertain-1 2 Nickels Arcade ' HAIR SHOP
ment will be based on the rope-whirl- rJJ Shop far Unige Gifts Nckels Arcade Ponc 9616
ing and humor that mark his popu-
larity, and will be assisted by the de
Reske singers, famous as a "single--
voice" quartet. The proceeds of the -(111111111111111111111111111(1il llilllI llIIfill! 11111111111111111111111111 1i f
recital will be donated to the fund for
the Women's league building. * -
The American Association of Uni- ' ot ing islef un-
versity women is following an estab-
lished precedent in bringing this en- done bv the A nn
tertainment to Ann Arbor. It has t
been the practice of this organization ; A rbo D air to in-
for some time to have unusual at-IX1 U LdL~ 1
tractions here under its auspices in I°-= r 1
the interest of the fund for the build- sure the m axim um
i*g. One of the most remarkable en-
tertainments last year was "The Last - cleanliness of e Very
Laugh," the German feature motion 1
picture. Artists such as Paul Whit- *product distributed
man, Thomas Wilfred with his Clavi- r CI 1 U e
lux, Mrs. Richard Mansfield, widow of
the famous American actor, and the
Marmein dancers are among those A =4
whom the association has broughtD i lfl9
here, in their efforts to help the wo- =1
men students earn their building. = 1
AnyFuniur ~Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
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Any Furniture
Broken at Your THE HOME OF PURE MILK
House Part'?
Let Us Repairl It.
Quality and Workulanship Little thin s that w ill count at
G uaanu!teed
the Pan-Hellenic Ball
P. B. HARDING
218 East Huron Phone 3132 Colorful Flowers
-to add a bit of brightness to the

See our appropriate Flowers for the occasion

Corner State and Liberty

Call or Phone

Dial 603

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Special

Prices

Used Tenor-banjos

MAYBELL-New $175.00 ...............$125.00
GIBSON-New $95.00 .....................$70.00

LYON

& HEALY-Includes Case .........$37.50

SPECIAL-Includes Case ....................$28.00

YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY CASH.
UKULELES at $2.50

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SPECIAL
Thanksgiving Dinner
SERVED AT
Boulevard Inn
From 12:00 to 12:00
Thursday, November 26th

evening gown, or to carry out the
metallic trimming effect! A lovely
flower makes a lovely lady lovelier.
Myriads of shades and sizes from
65c to $4.50.
Exquisite Kerchiefs
-that exactly match the delicately

shadIed
creations
Gleaming
wavy bit
ming th
65c to $1

evening gown! Vilmy
of lace and georgette!
little rhinestones and

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COATS
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FASHION'S
FINEST
MODES
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REDUCED
PRICES

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Brilliants
-that feet may
twinkle and fore-
heads glisten!
Narrow rhine-
stone headbands
to fit the sleek
bobbed head or to
closely hold the
coiffure, $1.25!
Jewelled buckles
to adorn gaily
tripping feet, $1.00
to $3.00.

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Pearls
-pearls, pearls,
in chokers and
ropes, singly and
in combination!
A youthfully be-
coming charm
surrounds the
wearer of pearl
strands-'tis the
secret of their
popularity! A
iaried assortment
priced from $1.00
up.

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the first of holiday functions.

ored georgette with rhinestones, a chartreuse
with silver cloth, a pure white, all a-glitter
( with brilliants, like new fallen snow in the
sunlight. Golden embroidery added to a
sparkling exponent of the two-piece formal
mode. Plan on a lot of brilliant competi-
tion when you are planning your formal

Gleam, Little
Evening Dress
Glitter, Glitter
Thus has fashion commanded the evening
modes, for never has there been such a gor-
gecus array of metallic laces, spangles and
brilliantly beaded creations as now await

Just the Gift

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Can Show You

A gift that is 100% in every way-perfett
in fashion, workmanship, and its appeal to
HER-that is what we think you want.
We think we know because we have helped

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Web-Like Hosiery
-spun like a silken thread in soft
evening shades-silver, gold, colors
to match the gown, or nude, the
popular shade with every kind of
slippers!. Ankles will be daintily
andlgracefully clad in sheer chiffon,
priced $1.85 to $3.00.
Silver Kid Pumps
-will lightly trip the dance in
c nsciousness of the fact thatthey
trip in step with Fashion! Slen-
der heels denote the ultra-smart-
ness of silver pumps! Silver kid
pumps at $10.00. Brocade slippers
at $8.50.( F
(MATY P1TAbT'

many men select the right gift.

frocks.

talked to our salespeople along lines.instruct-
ing them how to help men select gifts for
' women in an intelligent manner-giving them
the quick service that they want. Picking
out a gift in this store is no, more trouble
than picking out a cue at Huston Brothers.
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