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January 23, 1926 - Image 5

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T1JE.S!AY, W !.DT:TAT'Y 22,19 26


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r1 re i , ttive" It Each ActIvity On
(anpus Interviewed And
Rteports Given

Y.W.C.A. To Hold
Banquet Tonight:
President Clarence Cook 1ittle will

Plans For County

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In order that honors and duties may
be more evenly distributed and effici-
ency in activity promoted, a new activ-
ity system chart has been arranged
by the Women's league.
Its object is to show the relative
values of different activities, based up-
on time spent, amount of responsibil-
ity, and type of duties, and to form
a basis for recording and checking the
various activities. All recognized
work of Michigan women is represent-
ed on the chart which is constructed
in the following manner:
The first division is made as regards
officers, committees, and members.
Further arrangement is made by di-
viding all activities into three main
groups. Those in Group A are award-
ed 6-10 points and a student may elect
only one such position; those in Group
B merit 3-5 points, and a student may
hold two such offices or one of A and
one of 1; those in Group C carry 1-2
points; a student who has one posi-
tion in A, two in B, or one in A and
one in B, may accept membership but
not an office in C. An exception is
made with regard to honor societies.
This grouping has been deemed ad-
visable to further distribute honor ac-
tivities, that is, one girl is not allowed
to fill more than one of the bigger
positions at the same time.
To determine material 'for the chart,
r epresentatives of each activity were
personnally interviewe(I and reports
were given as a result of these inter-
views. The different offices within an
organization were evaluated as to
points. Activities were compared with
one another as to campus importance,
time necessary to do the work, and
work to be done. A joint meeting of
the presidents of the Women's league,
W. A. A. and Y. W. C. A. with mem-
bers of the point system committee
was held as a final effort to maintain
a just balance between the larger or-
It is to be impressed upon all wom-
en that the chart is the result of their
suggestions as far as has been possi-
ble. The committee in charge is anx-
ious to receive further suggestions for
correction and aditions to the pres-
ent plan.
Let The Daily sell It for you thru
tne Classified columns.-Adv.

speak to the members of the LUniver- #--
sity Y. W. C. A,.at their annual men- At the first meetin of the League "Contrary to popular belief, tuber- Initiation of pledges is playing a
bership banquet which is to be held' of Women Voters, held recently, plans culosis is not found solely among large part in the social activities of
from 5:30 to 8 o'clock tonight in the for the organization of the movement poor families, but i more or less sororities on the campus.j
Methodist church. Reservations are on this campus were formulated. evenly distriuted, throughout tll Alpha Xi Delta has initiated the fol-
being made for more than 150 per- l\cre than 50 women were present, 40 classes of society,' acoringto Mrs. lowing women: Adrienne Nagelvoort,
sons. of whom signfied their interest andJohanne D. Urenholt, executive sec- '28; Helen Parmelee, '27; Helen Bran-
Music for the banquet will be fur- enthusiasm by signing up for member- retary of the Washtenaw County tu- agan, '27; Neva Branagan, '27; Ethel
nished by Virginia Hobbs, '26, Mar- ship. The following ofcers were berculosis association.Crowe, '29 Ethel Kuhlman, '27; Lola
garet Calvert, '26, and e-llen Lara- Elected: Dorothy Cline, '26, president: This association which plays so im- Henry, '29; Jeanette Wendel. '28;
way,.'27. A recognition service will Violet Kidder, '26, first vice-presient; portant a part in the health problems Katherine Matthews, '28; Marion
be held after the banquet at which Eleanora Hawn, '26, second vice-pres- of Washtenaw County has been in Goodale, '29; Virginia Mead, '29.
time new members will be taken into ident; Mary Francis, '26, third vice- operation, in its present form,.since Chi Omega sorority announces the
the association and old members make 'president; and Harriett Weston, '26, the latter part of 1923 and is primari- initiation of the following women:
a restatement of their pledge. Kath- secretary and treasurer. y cerne< i awakeing the ubli Elaine Vopell, '29; Olive Tovv, '29;
ryn Wilson, '26, president of the or 'It hasbeen decided that the round losis prevention and cure Ellen Seyburn, '28; Mary Lois Guda-
ganization will conduct this service, table discussions will begin the mid- punst, '29; Pauline Keiser, '28; Milli-
and the candle lighting service will Ie of this week. There are to be "Public ocials have shown their cent Barrett, '29.
conclude it. After this the banquet three discussion groups. The first willingness to cooperate,' said Mrs. Gamma Phi Beta announces the
speeches will be made, will consider the subject, "Efficiency Uhrenholft,when the recomnenda pledging of Betty Hubbard, '29.
and government," under which is in mon Alpha Phi has pledged Margaret
cluded such topics as registration strated the need for acticn. A diffi- O'Conel, '28, Dorothy McGonigal, '28.
laws, legislation, and the methods of cut phase of our problem is convoc- Zeta Tau Alpha has pledged Agnes
amending the constitution. Another ing people that they have tubercu Hoffman, '29, Virginia Dodd, '29; and
will be concerned with "Public Wel- losis and that they need treatment" oEleanor Short, '29.
I[LIG are in Government, that is, child The assocation treats all forms ofE
wfaremeducaionnliingacos, scil tuberculosIs either in the clinic, which 1 Alpha Gamma Delta announces the
O welfare, education, miing costs, soc is suppor:.ed by public fund and sub- pledging of Addie Crofts, '28; Virginia
Oriental women students in the Cos- yge any, 'm9;eFlorene Wscription. ,n the homes of the patients, t gye'2CFlede idmaier 28Lans-
mopolitan club are taking part in the "International Cooperation," special' or at the University hospital.ChOmgplde CnttLn-
preparations for the third annual In attention being given rto the peMuch oursueess thus far," said ing, '28, Frances Bacon, '29, and Elea-
ternational Night performance, which tion of xar Every week the three Mrs. Uhrnholdt, "has been due to the nor Holt, 29.
is to be given March 2, in Hill audi- discussions will be conducted by Vio- building "p of a philosophy whereby Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
tori um. letwKidder,'6E na w, was reco;nize that the official agency ing of Maxine Bush, '29.
Clara fddeef2f, Eleanora Hlawn, 2',is the master mason and the associa- Alpha Chi Omega will hold initia-
Cara ao, '2, or eli, China , a and Mary Francis, 26, respectively.AlhCiOmgwllodinta
tion is the hodcarrier We feel, how- tion ceremonies Sat. Feb. 27.
student in the school of music will Reports of the work accomplished in ,K
accompany Ben Ing, of Nanking, "n.ah group will be submitted at af ever, that we have a definite place in Kappa Phi will initiate Saturday af-
his impersonation of Narry Lauder. g rera smeeting. s the scheme of things and a definite ternoon, February 27, at the Methodist
Yo Kawamura, '26, of Nagasaki, Ja- lans are also being completed for responsiulity for what happens in Church, followed by a formal banquet
pan, is chairman of the costume com- the launching of a drive for subscrip- the community. We work through at 7 o'clock at the Union.
mittee. Among those working with tions to the magazine, "The Woman's every venue which can be opened to
her are a good representation of Chi- Citizen," and for sending a delegate armng about the accomplishment of Announcement has been made re-
nese, Indian, andl Filipino women. to theLegeoWmnVtrsC- this plan:" ently of the engagement of Virginia
nes, ndanan Fhpio omn. o heLeague of Women Voters Con- "Community projects can only bei Royce, -'27, and Roland Nisse, '27D.
The costume committee will fashion, ference at St. Louis in April."Cmuiypoet ca onyb'R ce-'2,nd oldNise'7D
the alluring veils and feminine tro - Membership in the league is open to undertaken by all groups together Miss Royce is a member of Alpha Chi
ser costumes for Honda, the beloved all women on the campus at any time. and we believe that in the future we Omega.
of Omar, for Morgiana, Ali Baba's Members will have the advantage of are going to develop all our plans
dauhgter, for Zeinab, Ali Baba's wife, hearing lecturers and speakers at with a minimum of effort, because
and for Sawda, Morga'nna's cousin, both the group discussions and the we have learned to work together." ALLE R S
out of materials in vivid colors. Col- general meetings. The league is spon-fL e R
orful costumes for the abas of the: sored by Elva M. Forncrook, Social Mine. Gar ere, f I ais, 1 an m- STATE STREET JEWELERS
bold Omar, Ali Baba, and the thieves Director of Martha Cook building and structor of fencing. She has manyist Our Optical Department
h will be designed. state chairman of the Child Welfare children i her casses, many of them u
For the walls of Ali Baba's garden, department of the state League of of tender age.
in which the play occurs, the Japan- Women Voters.
ese women are making cherry branch--=------_----___---
es in full bloom. The garden is deco- Want a room? Read Page Seven
rated for the coming of Henda. and use the Classified columns.-Adv.
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1 Unique Features
To Mark Annual NOTICES
Fancy Dress Ball" NOTICE
Next Friday night, \lichigxan wom-
en will again take part in their annual Thscellaneous
costume ball, the most important and iscellolae
B most attractive of Women's league so- meet-
ing tonight, in room 204 of the South
cical events. All houses on campus igUnvrtyhl a
will be represented by groups or in-
dividuals who by their imaginative There will be a meeting of the
and fantastic costumes will transform make-up committee of the Junior
Barbour gymnasium into a scene of Girls' play from 4 to 5:30 o'clock to-
amazing revelry. The various groups i.day at Barbour gymnasium.
will parade before the reviewing stand j There will be a meeting of Athena
from 8 to 11:30 o'clock, in order that Literary society at 7:15 o'clock to-
the patronesses may select the most night. All new women are request-
artistic, funniest, prettiest, and most ed to attend. Among those recently
original costumes. Prizes will be i invited to membership is Laura Soule,
awarded on this basis. One of the es- '28.
I pecially attractive prizes will be a All senior women who want caps
five volume set of Poe's works, con- jand gowns for the Junior Girls' play
tributed by Wahr's bcokstore. must order them from Mack's before
In accordance with tradition, Mortar Saturday, Feb. 27.
Board, Senior society, and WyvernI
will give stunts, while the social harbour Gym1iasliua
committees of the various classes have
prepared entertainments for which There will be a short meeting of
prizes will also be given. The Wom- the Honor council at 4 o'clock
s il aThe W- today in Barbour gymnasium. Plans
en's league orchestra will provide one for the freshman tea will be made.
of the unique ftatures of the affair, Basketball practice for graduates
by playing forthe various groups to(will be held at 7:15 o'clock tonight.-
parade before the reviexving standl.
Groups taking part are requested i Teeaeonytowme-ebr
to appear at the basement door of the There are only two women members
gymnasium where they will be divided of parliament in Ireland now, Mrs.
dassigned to par- Collins O'Driscoll, a sister of Miohael
lorsd Collins, is the only woman member of
the Dial, and Mrs. Macmordi, an alder-
For every article tor sale, there is man of Belfast city council, sits in
r eeryaricl ,or ale tereisthe nothern Parliament.
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds. __the _________Parliament.
The modern gown is, in its very LIdeal Parisien
simplicity, a triumph of clever
manipulation of line and fabric. M odes
Formals, Street Dresses, etc.
Ethyle M. Dickens
Costume Phone 21129 504 E. Liberty St.
218 Nickels Arcade 4882


lake a
at its
face value
you will
take a

5 Piece Set


6720--18 kt. solid white gold engraved
case; 17 jewel BULOVA mv-
........'........ $50.00
With 15 iewel movement and ButovA
Quaity White Fillcd $35.00
li 1 k U cs : , - l
6511 -BuovA quality white filled en.
graved case; 15 jewel ButovA 2,.
Wrist and PocketWatches
$25 to $2500
& Seyfried


and practical is the
set finished in two

Hoosier Set
A popular set decorated in
grey and prettily stenciled in
blue. Drop leaf table and
two chairs,
complete .............Ia
Mahogany Set
A breakfast set that is suit-
able for dining room use in the
small apartment. The drop-
leaf table is finished in ma-
hogany and there are four
matching $2950
Gateleg Table
An ample size gateleg table
suitable for breakfast or kitch-
en. Stenciled design on each
edge of drop leaves gives dec-
orative note.
Special at ......... $9,5





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Student Presidents and Stewards come and
go but she's the one who runs "the house"
with particular attention to the table.
She's pledged more freshmen than the
Oldest Living Grad and saved more money
than the Treasurer by pinning her faith
and reputation to
Hot or Cold'-Allyear ound
as a food to build keen brains and sound
bodies for her boys (or girls as the case
may be). Shredded Wheat combines all
the elements you need for perfect nutri-
tion, balanced to provide the ideal combi-
nation of salts, bran vitamins and iron to
build good brain, blood and bone.
Meet Mrs. Matron and make your next
7.30 breakfast out of Shredded Wheat.



shades of grey and decorated
in blue. Drop-leaf table and
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Handsome decoration on the
table and chairs of this set
akes it most artistic. High-
lighted mahogany finish. Set of
five pieces c p e . .. 4
complete at......... 4.





Gate-leg Table
The charm of a Gate-leg table makes
it a part of every American home. All
have solid Mahogany or solid Amer-
ican Walnut tops -a drawer in every
table. There's a large variety of sizes
---Priced from

304 South Main St.



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