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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y.W. TEAM HEADS
TO GIVE BANQUET
Instrnctlon Regarding Soliciting To
Be Given 'To Team Captains
By Margaret Eaton
PLAN UNIQUE FAVORS

Activities for the annual finance
drive of the Y. W. C. A. will begin on
Tuesday night, Jan. 5 with the ban-
quet which is to be held in the Con-
gregational' church, at which all the
Y. W. C. A. cabinet officers, speakers
and team workers for the drive will
be present. It is expected that more
than 250 women will be served.
Decorations for the table will sug-
gest a dolls house carrying out the
scheme of the campaign which is to
be conducted on the idea of the growth
of dolls. Attractive favors will be
given. At this time all instruc-
tions in regard to the work that
the teams are to do will -lbe
given out by Margaret Eaton, '26, gen-
eral chairman of the drive. They will
be assigned certain houses to cover
and soliciting will commence on Wed-
nesday.
Katherine Wilson, '26 will act as
toastiistress at the banquet. As the
main speaker of the evening the com-
mittee are trying to obtain Mrs. Her-
S ert Prescott of Detroit who is con-
cerned with the state federation of
women's clubs. Geraldine Knight, '26
will make a survey of the Y. W. C. A.
"work and tell what is to be done with
the money from the campaign.
Margaret Sherman, '27 will lead in
campaign songs and the songs which
team have made up will also be in-
troduced The general campaign songs
were compiled by Miss Sherman and
will be sang tocatchy tunes which
are well known to everyone. The
songs contributed by the teams will
be significant of the names which they'
expect to adopt and will be sang by
each teamrespectfully. Thehorches-
ytra for the banquet is in charge of
Helen Laraway, '27.
Elizabeth King, '26 is, general chair-
man of the banquet. She will be as-
sisted by Gertrude Welsh, '28, Fadel-
ma Hoffstetter, '26, Lucinda Sherwood,
'27, Elaine Gruber, '29, Mary Stewart.
'27 and Cynthia Smith, '26.

League Building Architects Foreign Women To Michigan Women
Interviewed By Dean Hamilton Use S.C.A. Kitchen Pioneer Members
During Holidays, Of College Staff
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of wo- ing the University from whence Pres-
men, on her recent trip to Minneapolis ident Marion L. Burton came to Mich- Foreign women remaining in Ann Yichigan women, both graduates
where she addressed the Women's igan. While thei e she met the Board Arbor during the Christmas holidays and undergraduates, may not realizet
College club, stopped in Chicago for of Directors of their Women's league will have the use of the kitchen in how much they have to be proud ofc
an interview with ond and Pond, the and discussed plans of undergraduate Lane hall from 9 o'clock in the morn- in the women who have given dis-
builders of the Union, who were chos- work with the chairmen of various ilg until 8 o'clock in the evening tinctive service in many fields, as forE
en at the beginning of the campaign important committees. She examined from Dec. 19 to Dec. 31. This ar- instance, in the field of education.
to be the architects of the Womnen's Shevlin Hall, which is the Minnesota rangement has been made by Miss The alumnae magazine of Welles-
league building. The suggestion has women's building and which was a Grace Richards of the dean of wo- Iley college publishes this month an
been made that the league building memorial gift. As yet the men at men's office due to the great number article on the work done at that col-
might be built in units as the money Minnesota have no building. I of demands from various women for lege by Michigan women. When Wel-<
is gathered, in order that the delay Although there are 3,000 undergrad- i rooms with kitchenettes (luring the lesley was founded the eastern uni-
shall not be so great as the need of uate women at Minnesota this year, (vacation, and the inability of the office versities were closed to women and
the building increases every day. 60 per cent live at home, so that act- to fill then all. the few women's colleges were too
Pond and Pond were able to give a naily the self-government problems The kitchen which is located on the young to afford much help, and it wasl
number of instances where this has do not concern as many as at Mich- second floor, contains a gas stove, found necessary to turn to the west
been done successfully, without ser- n' igan. sink, and a table. Besides these, there for the beginnings of a faculty.
ious increase of cost: It would re- In the basement of the women's are cooking utensils loaned by New- Among those first in helping to build,
permission building berry hall, and dishes to accomodate that institution were six from Michi-,
Board of Regents to start a building well patronized by both men and wo-W party of ten, arranged for by the gan. They are notably Alice Free-
before the entire sum is completed, men but which never makes more . Amail Palmer, Katharine Coman, Mary
but this may be contemplated by the than a small profit. The building is rsCs. A.Angie Clara Chapin,
veybatfli l t nonmns I rLert vi. ogetoIoe I Sheldon Barnes, Ani lr hpn
committee later. very beautiful in all its appointments Grafton, secretary of the S. C. A. asks Eva Chandler, and Mary Sophia Case.
The trip to Minneapolis gave Dean but it is used for such different kinds that reservations be arranged a day Besides these six pioneer women'
Hamilton her first opportunity of see- of gatherings than would be the casc ahead of time at the main ofice on who are among the early graduates
on ths camus, that it offers w s- It i hoped that many iof Michigan,there are 11 Michigan
theVfirstsfloor.ictiian'shopedrMichigan,
r. oolgestions for ichigan' futur bu will avail themselves of the privilege women whose work there ranges from
Mr.W olYV ew ing. The office of the dlean of women, .
c Hoor and the office of the woman who is ini 1granted. a period of one semester to 15 years
Psych lgy Work Iandand whocrepreent evmry decade o
charge of housing for the entire uni- who represent every decade of
versity, both men and women, are lo- G 'ciseiOutstrsne 8s
There are three main openings for 1ated in Shevlin hall. IThe significance of the work which
the person who is interested in psy- To Detroit W4omen these women have done for Welles-
chology as a life work according to1 D I' ql y and for educationmaybeunder-
Mrs. Helen WooIey, of the Merrill- tie& a o I stood from the deep respect and ad-
Palmer School in Detroit, who spoke Be Pan - Hellenic or than 50 Detroit women as- miration in which the college holds
at the fourth vocational guidance lec- sembled in a meeting held by the un- thei. The appreciation expressed
ture yesterday afternoon. d N x Y r rcacfrom that source cannot but wake a
mead Nex.'t Yea dergraduate campaign committee yes-
First there is the opening in the Iterday in the interest of the sticker similar feeling of pride in the under-
business field. The main subject for -tgraduates and alumnae of Michigan
busiess fsyl gTherisbje or- Pan-Hellenic Intersorority associa- distribution for the Christmas cam- who realize that the work of these
sonnel work, that is, t is ie i held its regular meeting at thie pign The plan was further ex- women was in large part the product
workers. The use of people in this IDelta Delta Delta house recently. plained, emphasizing the fact of in- of th-at same Michigan training which
work is limited and is not on the in- The rotation of officers was explain- sist ing upon the stickers on every they themselves receive.
crease. In the field of general effic- ed, the president for next year will sales slin. Merely asking for the -
iency, and in that of advertising a l te a member of Pi Beta Phi Eliza- ,League discount will not bring it, Patronize Daily Advertisers.
great many workers are used. beth Parrott, '26, this years president everyone must have stickers. Any
In the field of social work there also urged the announcement of new that do not get them now will be able
are several divisions. Delinquency, pledges and new brokenpiedges be to obtain them at the store. Twelve
medical social work, child carrying announced more promptly. Michigan women will act as hostesses
agencies, and child guidance clinics Committees for the annual Pan-Hel- at the Women's league booth at the
all use psychological methods in their lenic dinner for which plans are under front of the store during the week
work. way were announced, Tickets: Ruth of Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. According to
The field of education is the last. Sorge, '26 and Helen Metzger, '26; the plan, each group leader is given f
Mental testing which has come to the Songs, Mary Pell, '26 and Helen 2000 stickers to distribute among Frocks
front so in recent years, and educa- Thorpe, '27; Program, Margaret Ef- helpers and the alumni have been sent
tional guidance, are fully recognized finger, '26 and Esther Tuttle, '27. '125;00 stamps. Southe

HospitalrNeeds
VADITFlTrees And Toys
10 BE ELEITED ITIt is being strongly urged by the
University hospital that all Christmas
Membership of the board of direc- trees left from the fraternity and
I tors of the Women's league will be sorority parties be sent to the hospi-
completed when freshman women tal. For a number of years the or-
elect two representatives of their class ganizations in Ann Arbor have donat-
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the par- ed their Christmas trees for use' in
-ors of Barbour gymnasium, the wards of the hospital, but with
A committee from the board of di- the opening of the new building many
rectors has been named by the presi- niore trees are necessary. The need
dent of the league to consider the is particularly great since 50 or 60
duties of the freshman representatives. trees are the minimum required for
Because of a University ruling that the 900 adults and 300 children.
freshmen are not allowed to partici-I The regular Christmas party for the
pate in campus activities until the children will be Monday afternoon,
second semester the members who are and Tuesday the patients and chil-
elected tomorrow will not assume o!dren at South department will have
flee until second semester. However, a party. Balloons have been furnished
the new board for next year is elect- by one of the Ann Arbor organizations
ed in April.xy but as yet there are not enough toys
The two freshmen women elected for each child. A University truck
will be present at all board of direc- will call for toys and trees if the
tors meetings starting next semester Social Service department, Dial 21914
and will take part in the discussion or University 19, is notified.
of freshman interests on the Michigan
campus. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
A PLEASANT VACATION
TO ALL!
We will be open during the holidays
except Christmas Day. Breakfast, 7:30-
10:00; Lunch, 11:30-2:00; Dinner,
5:00-7:00.
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Many Here and More to Comel
An exquisite new collection of charming
afternoon frocks and sports dresses -
styles inspired by balmy, sunshiny climes
of the South! ight weight wools, soft
crepes and georgettes! .Lovely mixtures
and pastel shades so youthful and be-
coming! Just the frocks to take home
with you for the holiday gaieties! $19.75
to $69.50.
(SECOND FLOOR)

FOR CHRISTMAS
Fancy boxes filled with good selections, $1.25 and up.

Special Paries byi Arrangement

Phone 9646

205 S. State

Home cooked Choco-.
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Hard CandiesAclb,
Over Sixty Kinds

As a special service to our customers 'at this season you
may give as a gift a standing order of our candies that will
be delivered at any intervals you choose during the next year.

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Christmas Orders
Filled Exactly as Ordered
The Finest Roses and Flowers
Plants Fresh from Our Greenhouses
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF
CHARM AND UTILITY
This Christmas store has abundant gifts await-
ing your selections. So we predict a pleasureable
and fascinating event when you do your Christmas
shopping here.
Among our Christmas Gift Suggestions you
will find the appropriate gift in Women's Apparel
-Silk and Quilted Kilnonas, Toilet Requisites,
Scarfs both silk and wool, Sweaters, exquisite
underthings, all at a price which is sure to meet
with your approval.

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