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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I II[OVOID Give Scores Of MICHIGAN GRADUAT E RECEIVES
TO ~ Intaua Games R ECOGNIT ION IN A RC H AEOLOGY I~[NAIALII1
Margaret c ally, '27, made .15v-0oe Miss Edna Ti hiner, Head Mistress Of Ligget choo, Der, Presents AI 1 I IU NIFOND
th akt hat aided Kappa Delta's Paper Under Auspices Of Tr. ' <ithropwlogiral
148 to 12 victory over AlpbaCamma Society At Ne~wa elInternational Night performance
Wil Give Annual Fancy Dress Party Dielta ye intramural basketbal which will be given Tuesday night in
wiligames played Wednesday in Baro~our
At S O'clock 'TonightIn Bar- gymnasiun. The remaining field Among the graduate women of the lieved to i'mve cisted from 25,000 to Hill auditorium is being sponsored by
bour Gymnasium goals were made for the winning tearn University of Michigan who are be- 40,000 3. C. I n a trnch into the University Y. W. C. A. and S. C
I by Dorothy Ogborn, '26. Alpha Gam-1 coming known for their success in h A in an effort to raise mone for
Michigan women will again take ma Delta's points were evenly diStrb-tousiness is Miss Edna huner, hea- the international student friendship
part in their annual costume ball, lutedbetween the two forwards. The mistress of Liggett School, Detroit. these early people made their bome fund. The fund is a channel through
frm r ntl a130 'lc oiht. game was refereed by M",yra Finister- Besides being a successful teacheri Miss Thner found a bone wwhistle
from ,until110 o'lock tong a fre Fster .adschool administrator Miss Thu- made fro' the vertebra of a reindeer which the students of America make
It will be an exhibition of ingenuity uAlmnae House defeated Sigma er has become nationally recognized and also what probably was oncC the their contributions to several differ-
and imagination, and of friendly riv- Kappa with a score of 24 to 12 when Ifor her knowledge in archaeology. Re- workshoP of a flint worker. In the cut organizations.
airy for the awards of most original, those teamns played oni Wednesday. cently, she joined a European expedi- latter were found many flint chips, The Y. W. C. A., under the leader-
funniest, prettiest, and most artistic The majority of tire points for Alum- tion in orer to study the human race hammer stones, cleavers, scrapers a . ship.o Annarnld 7 a n t
ensmbls. he ffar wll ranfor 1m HIouse were ade by ri'reva hue before written records existed, ound tones \which ay have lbeen S .A ndrtelaerhpoe
ensembles. The affair willArriving in Europe se spent the usC OWlS, also teeth of is, Friedman, '27, are taking care of the
staid Barbour gymnasium into a riot ke, 27. All of the base for Sig- firstmonth studying useums and cave bear, reindeer and pre-hitoric sale of tickets, the proceeds of which
ma coappaawdretyle.t by Evelyn 1will go to the friendship fund. In
of color and style. Steadman, '27. Doris K y yt, '2 , was private collections in England, France ass and horse. From France the ex- i o contin smign ih
For years this fancy dress ball has the mes , , and Spain. In England she exaninedlI pedition proc(eeded towards Spain, to placeof conducting a campaign which
been a high spot on the social calen- the referee. Piltd the caverns of the Cro-agnon ma as een one in other years, the or-
dar of the Women's league. Individ- Pi Beta Phi was also a winner Wed- ah"dawnpiown nwhsometimest ko n th e an. o he e ian archaeolo- ganizations are taking this way of
Inesday afternoon when it won a"ae "awnmnwhmsoeoftefrtne rte~al er ayachcl- asngztieonaey.Tkn heCsoisano
uals and groups appear, representing y types known. Later, in France, she gical treasures were found. raising the money. The Cosmopolitan
every women's organization on the from Theta Phi Alpha by a score of traveled in the old town of St. Jean c(ntiy Miss Th n c had the honor club are furnishing the program.
25 tof,. Esie Mrray,'2f; ade tavele in te oldtown f STheeaCounciltlyofllChsistian Assdochehon-
campus. In addition to the judging of to . Elsie Murray, 23, made 5 sur Vizere, where the home of Nean- of presenting a paper at New Haven, The Council of Christian Associa-
of the Pi Beta Phi baskets, while on iou, which is the national orgaia
the costumes there are stunts pre- ,the pi eam bot Chie derthal man of the Monsterian period Connecticut, on, 'The Possibility of ,ganiza-
sented by Mortar Board, Senior s- the opposing team both Catherine wads erhS-tion raises money for the friendship
senedbyMorarBord Seio sciMoriarty, '26, and M\ercedes O'Brien, was discovered These peole ae be- e aching Pre-Histow in the Second- fund through its individual branches
ety, and Wyvern. Special attractions '27iad an mer s o poin, - ary Schools." This was given under as the Yts A anh
are also originated by the social com- TI mn to Tthe auspices of the Anthropological suc s
nittees of the various classesfor their credit. The game vas refereed Ch age t Society which ga on this campus. The organizations
mitbyfth aiu cass orC ia oI 'cgie e sa to which they contribute through the(
which a prize is given. Among the by Norma Barlow, d2o. A Ltho onthis ey
representations of former occasions Helen Newberry defeated BetsyLe gueD e ) , afriendship fund are all student enter-
have been baby blocks, cross word Barbour with a score of 19 to 4 in1 Miss G. Richards, 70 years old, a prises, and are international in the
puzzles, blue books, convicts, and num- the second game played Wednesday Members of the Chicago branch of member of a Surrey (England) fam- sense that they have to do with stu-
erous other novel ideas. night. Five of the baskets of the dents of other nations or with' foreign
the Miichigan alumnae met with MVrs. ' ily, has just finished a hike of 1,644 suet nAeia h udi
One of the new features this year will 'inpning team were made by Elsa M DHenderson, executve-cretary mes t tok he 186 das and lenternaT h i
be the presence of the Women's lea- er, , all of Betsy Harbour's hr chest for international friendship.
whns r ciedt racsMl of the alumnae council and head of through England and Scotland. Miss
gue orchestra, which will play for points are credited to Prances Mil- the finance 'drive for the Women's Rickards started to walk in 1923 when
the various groups to parade before r T29 I league building, last Friday. The she closed her home and amused her- Patronize Daily Advertisers.
the reviewing stand.sre nshA l 4 ork Dtday gasmeeting was held at the home of Mrs. self with a walking trip' studying
Patronesses have been selected, who Alpha Epsilon Phi, and Zone I and Nathan William MacChesney, '01. Mrs. fauna and flora. She sends her bag-
will choose the winning presentations. VI vs. CiOega; at 5 cloc Henderson addressed the group upon gage by express and travels equipped
They are: Mrs. Clarence Cook Little, o E ' the present situation of the campaign only with a knapsack. She is plan-
Miss Jean Hamilton, Mrs. A. . Ho- A lpha Iota vs e Delta and found in the 60 members present ning another hike soon. T
hart, Mrs. A. H. Lloyd, Mirs. Joseph Delanmd Alpha Phi vs. Kappa Kappa ain enthusiastic audien'ce Extemnsive The Stoddard I
Bursley, Mrs. A. S. Whitney, Mrs. IraI Gamma. The game between Adelia
sh, Mrs. M. E. C ey, Mrs. ' m Ceever a.i Alpha m ticron Pi sche- plans are being made in Chicago to Becoming interested in the medical
Smith, Mrs. M. E. Cooley, Mrs. .N.d vrandraise the remaining amount of their profession when she was serving as i Hair Shop
Bradshaw, Mrs. herbert Sadler, Miss d or tomorrow morning is post- quota, and for the completion of the Red Cross nurse during the war, IHon.
Alice Lake, Mrs. P. . Barker, Mrs. poned until next week. The time will $1,000,000 league fund of which there Gertrude Massey, daughter of Lord
. Raphael, Miss Ruth Deemer Miss be announced later. is still to be pledged $500,000. The Clarina, of England, took up the I We Give-
MIargaret Elliott, Mrs. Charles Vibbert, Chicago women are determined to study of Medicine and has obtained
Mrs. William Frayer, and Miss Ethel it stands for is rnc thelpful in deal- complete their budget by June of this her degree. Rainwater Shampoos
McCormick. ing with the local situation. year so that a com plete report m ay I- 'h ' bo k t r an t e f s ere m de y c m e c m n .PA YO R S B C r TI N O W
Wahr's bookstore andl tlze Foster bade byth comni cement.eor my PAY YOUR~ SUBCRlPTJON SOW.
Art shop have already made promise Mrs. Christine Ladd-Frankin will Violet Ray Scalp Treat
>f two prizes. The former will give a receive from John Hopkins university -ments
ive volume set of Poe's works. next Monday a degree of doctor of
Marion Huston, '26, has been in philosophy earned 44 years ago. At I I 1 cff 1.
harge of the general arrangements that time, 1882, the university did notI 1v7arceiling

Offer Course In NOTICES
Club Leadership
----Barbour Gymnasium
Discussion groups for students in- Today's rehearsals will be as
terested in getting information along follows, chorus A and B at 4 o'clock;
religious lines are to be conducted in;choruses C and D at 4:30 o'clock and
connection with the course in club choruses H, L, and N at 5 o'clock.
leadership which will be given by the Tomorrow's rehearsals for the Jun-
University Y. W. C. A. and S. C. A. ior Girls' play will be as follows:
All classes will be held in Lane hall Choruses II and L at 9 o'clock; chor-
beginning Tuesday night, March 2 1 uses A and B, and castat 10 o'clock,
and will continue for five consecu- choruses C and D at 11 o'clock, the
tive Tuesdays. I Russian and Waltz specialties and
A banquet was held Tuesday night lihorus N at 1 o'clock, and the show-
in Harris hall from 6 to 7:30 o'clock, girls and choruses E and R at 2 0'-
at which Hloward McClusky, of thme clock.
education department, spoke. The All women who played on any class
banquet was given for students who hockey squads during the fall season
were in the course last semester or are requested to sign up according to
who are interested in beginning. their houses on the posters on the
Courses given this spring in the In.- bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium,
stitute of Religious education are to for use in the intramural point chart.
be under the direction of Thomas M. Sophomores and junior class bask-
Iden. Outline of the courses to be etball teams will practice at 4 o'clock
given are as follows: From 7:15 to 81 Tuesdays and Thursdays, and fresh-
o'clock: Atheism and Evolution, by men and seniors at 5 o'clock, instead
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his- lof according to the schedule previous-
tory department; Occident and Orient, ly announced.
The Youth of Today, by Howard Mc- W. A. A. hike will leave Barbour
clusky, and Y. W. C. A. Leadership gymnasium at 9 o'clock tomorrow
for Women, by Harriet Dively, '26. 1morning.
From 8 to 8:45 o'clock: Studies in the
New Testament, Present-Day Script- ship for Women. There is no fee
ural Study, and Y. W. C. A., Leader- connected with these classes.

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LEAGUE BOARD ECIVES
PREETFROM CHICAGO~
Ida Noyes Hall, league building for
th.e women of Chicago University h'as
become so interested in the plans for
a similar building at Michigan that
the management presented Mrs. W. D.
tHenderson, executive-secretary of the
alumnae council, with a French mir-
ror from time home of Mr. and Mrs.
Noyrs, to be the first material gift
received for the Michigan league
board. Mrs. Henderson was allowed
full reign in her inspection of the
building, and although it is not de-
signed for all the purposes th'at a
building would have to include on the
Michigan campus, still it embodies so
many of the same principles that to
fully know and appreciate all that

grant degrees to women, although al-
lowing them to attend courses.
-Mrs. Goodspeed, social director of
Ida Noyes, opened every part of the
building, showing the long corridors,
the spacious rooms, the swimming
pool, and many kitchenettes.
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