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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1926

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'hylicaJ Education Department Gives
Instruction In Elementary
Swnimning strokes
MISS HALL TO TEACH

All women of the University are
urged to take advantage of an elec-
tite class in swimming held at 4
o'clock Mondays and Wednesdays at
Barbour gymnasium. The class is un-
der the direction of Miss Annis Hall,
of the physical education department,
and can accomodate eight or ten
more women in addition to those al-
ready enrolled. Women who have
never had instruction in swimming
mnay receive training in the beginning
strokes, the elementary back stroke,
under-arm side stroke, and over-arm
side stroke. Also, any woman who
has learned a stroke, and who would
like further instruction may receive
additional coaching. Those' enrolling
in the class may attend either one or
both of the class periods each week.
Groups of University women who
are not ,enrolled in any of the regu-
lar gymnasiumclasses, and who are
not able to attend the classes at the
regular hours are asked to consult
Miss Ethel McCormick if they wish
an organizatinr of a special class at a
convenient time. The physical edu-
cation department has announced that
such classes ;will, be organized and
taught by the regular instructors of
physical education department where-
ever possible, so as to make it possible
for every University woman to re-
ceive a proper amount of excercise
and recreation.
New Outdoor Club
Plans Sleighride

ng before examinations Amy Loomis, will aso determine the permanence of l /Jfj( ]L ' Chorus I of the Junior Girls' play
Organizations Can IAM TC DANLAI I , cj'thepars. 2 (;c
rzs nI R 2, is taking this opportunity to A fee of $Ecovers will rehearse at 4 oclock today.
Hgre League M usic " """ the members of the different choruses all incidental expenses connected with Chorus II will rehearse at & o'clock
Sand accquainting them with their the rehearsals will be required of all today also, in Sarah Caswell Angell
10tOi[ 0PngagEE i parts. chorus members and they are re- Committee chairmen of the Juniorall.
Outside engagements will now be IAll junior women who have been quested to bring it to their next re- Girl's play vinig metn asiu30 o'clock Honor council will meet at 4:15
considered by the Women's league or- Ihearsal, o'clock tomorrow instead of today.
chestra. During the first few months Mummers dramatic society will hold notified of chorus parts are asked to _Committee members and the ad- Election of officers will take place.
of its existance the orchestra played open meeting at 4 o'clock Thursday Xwtclh1 The Daily carefully for re- Announcement of the engagement visory board of the University Y. W.
only for league functions, but now afternoon at Martha Cook building to hearsal notices which will appear ino cemet " t eng. A. will be entetainmytrs. TUNIS South Arica.-A tornado
that the amateur period has been which all women interested in thej the column of notices on the Women's ' te, as made Tuesday night.liss Saley G. Stevens at her home at hasTVisited South Tunisia, raising a
passed it ill play for any organiza production of one act plays or in the page. Roll is taken and carefully re- P well is a member of Collegiate So- 610 Oxford Road from 4 to 6 o'clock savsted South Tussea risnan
tion that arranges for its services. activity of Mummers are invited corded of all the chorus groupsPaondsdis membrhi of hl. this afternoon toasted more than
The regular orchestra numbers sev- 'lembers of the society will present two absences which are'unexcused will iRAll athletic managers are expected
en members but this number can be a new play by Essex Dane called be regarded a sufficient to drop a to attend the meeting at 4 o'clock to-
cut down to any size wished and "Happy Returns". The cast is as women from her ehorus. Ineligibility PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. day in Barbour gymnasium. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION 1W.
charges will be made accordingly.follows:A Mrs. Hattie Halliday, Flor-J
According to Margaret Purdy, '27, ine Storey, '27; Lettie, Katherine Mor
consideration will be made of the size iarity, '26; Mrs. Evelyn Gracie, Al-a
and type of the organization that re- berta Shank, '27; Ariadne Palmer,'
quests the services of the orchestra Kathryn Schrauder, '27; Mrs. Grile,
as well as the number playing. Any- Edwina TIogadone, '28; Mrs. IHolton,
one wishing to make inquiries con- Dorothy Long, '28; Dora Day, Mary,
cerning the orchestra may do so by Lela Zang, '26; Miss Grey, Geraldine
calling Miss Purdy 7717. Masters '6;Ms cn=t=ner MaGrd ya r&7
tan Lipson, Spec; Mrs. Linsdale flap-1 [.
Y. W.C.A. At Iowa more, Abigail Noon, '26.
Mummers is one of the two dra-'
Completes Drive matic societies on the campus which The selection of A Fashion Shop Extraordinary The only Ann Ar-
includes in its membership only wo- Conde Nast as the bor shop receiving
With Copper Tea men. It has been the custom of Mum- Ann Arbor home of "Breath of the Ave-
mers in the past years to hold such Vogue Fashions. 124 SouthMam-Telephone 4171 hue" bulletins.
Following a Y. W. C. A. finance lan open meeting once each semester,
drive at the University of Iowa, alto which all women who are inter-
drive which' did not reach its quota, ested in dramatics are invited.
the women gave a copper tea, Ac- -
cording to their plan the women of ,Rehearsals Begin
the university met at the club rooms ! I
and cooperated in an attractive tea For Becky Behave'
with light program and dainty re- - i
freshments. All the women attend- Chorus rehearsals have been taking
ing contributed their "coppers" and
in this way the deficit on the budget place for the last two days in prepa-
was met. ration for the Junior Girls' play,
I "Becky Behave". Although there is
Patronize Daily Advertisers. to be no strenuous period of rehears-*
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As the first feature of the newly
organized outdoor club, a sleighride
party has been planned for 7 'to 9
o'clock Friday night. Since member-
ship in the club is open, anyone may
go on the ride providing they sign
up on the poster in Barbour gym-
nasium before tomorrow night.
At tie meeting of the outdoor club
held Monday afternoon, Marin Van-
Tuyl, '28, was elected president and
Cynthia Hawkins, '29, secretary-treas-
urer. Margaret Lawlor, '28, is mana-
ger of the club. It has been decided
to keep the membership always open
so that any Woman interested in out-
door sports may join. There will be
no regular meetings, and no dues, the
small expenses of the trips falling -on
those who take them. According to
Miss VanTuyl, the purpose of the
club is to encourage individual ath-.
letics.I

You Don't Have to Pay
a Million Dollars
You may attain a smart, dis-
tinctive appearance in apparel
purchased from Hutzel's at most
moderate prices. You may prac-
tice worth-while economy by con-
sistent, careful selection from a
store-this store-in whose fash-
ion-rightness you have the fullest
confidence. A million dollars?
Yes, you'll look like it, but you
needn't pay it!

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The Annual Junior Hop of the University of Michigan brings crowds, excitement, brilliance
to an already brilliant winter campus. Under, the awning where the heterogeneous stream of motor
cars discharges its smart elect, one first may glimpse the exquisite evening gowns now in prepara-
tion, some assembled in distant cities, whence came the "home town girls," with stunning elegance,

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"Perhaps," think they, "the campus vogue is different and (0, I hope not)

-smarter.

In-between Season

Cloth Coats

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Smart cloth coats( that will answer
the needs of the in-between season
when you wish- a change from the
heavy fur coat! The reduced prices
on these coats offers an extraordinary
opportunity to select the same styles,
fabrics and furs that we sold earlier
in the season at much higher prices.
Wrappy models, flares and youthfully
molded Princess lines. At these great-
ly reduced prices, $19, $25, $35,
$45, $54, $63 and $79.

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Happy the fair co-ed, knowing and seeing all the gowns that New York has sent to Good-
year's. For she may select everything that's perfectly synchronized to burst forth upon the college
"fashion-state-of-mind" just enough advanced in style to be a ravishing success.
Formal Fashion Chatter

Dresses showing beneath the smart
coat hems (all we saw) at the
Consuelo Vanderbilt wedding indi-
cate that light colors continue to
play the major part in winter
faslfion.
Bois de Rose, misty blues, ash
rose, pale greens, grey and cus-
tad yellow.

Youthful dancers adopt the Ori-
ental girdle-or nothing.

The undergarments required are
less and less. The bandeau of lace
or silk, or both, must be cut low in
the back to conform with the even-
ing decolletege. And then with
this bandeau she will wear a step-
in chemise of triple voile or silk
ninon, chiffon-sheer yet surprising-
ly durable. y4 i

The formal brassiere has no straps.
The hand painted shawls are deep-
ly fringed-lovely.

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Feather fans are many shades to
choose.

Because the occasion is as formal
and as traditional as can be, white

Silhouettes know nothing of mono-
tony. They are the blending of

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