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WEDNESDA, MA"I T . 192

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DISCUSS S RK
aI FIELE
M1ss AnnCa Owers Speaks Off Need O
Social Service Trining
For Y. W. Workers
EXPLAINS POSITIONS
"We are interested in finding seniors
and graduate students, who have
majored or graduated in sociology or
the social sciences, to fill admi-nistra-
tive positions," states Miss Anna

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Winning Teams To
Be Dinner Guests
At Joe Parkers

Second Swimming
Meet Of Year To
Be Held Tonight

N O TICES Leadership commission of the Y. W.
C. A. will meet at 3 o'clock today in
Newberry hall.
The costume committee of the fresh-
manpgeanst""ilcmmieeat oclocksIInterclass basketball will finish its
man pageant will meet at 3 o'clock I season with the following schedule for
today in Barbour gymnasium. I this week: 4:15 o'clock, today, sopho-
more vs. junior second team, and at
The canoeing class scheduled for 1 '5:15 o'clock, sophomore vs. junior first
to 3 o'clock Tuesdays will not be held team; 5:15 o'clock, Thursday, sopho-
unless a group of 24'have signed up by more vs. senior first team.

Owers, secretary of the personnel bu-
reau of the Y. W. C. A. "Women with
training in social service are needed
for positions in the Y. W. C. A. so that
they will regard this organization as
an institution, holding a position in
the community similar to that of the
church, and schools. Also they must
look at its problems and work in re-
lation to girls and women, as a sci-
entific proposition, and not merely
from the standpoint of desiring to do
good in a community." Work in the
field of the Y. W. C. A. has been so
vast that workers with speciazlied
training are required to carry out the
present program.
Three general types of positions are
open to graduates in sociology. The
administrative secretaryship, the busi-
ness of which is to arouse the inter-
est of the people in the community,
so that they will support /the organia-
-tion; the departmental secretaryships
which carry out their program of ser-
vice among groups of people, such as
irl Reserves, women in industry and
Pusiness, and among foreign born
Thitizens. Executive positions in the
nternational Institute are also open
o- women who have had training in
uase work. Assisting staff secretaries
-n this work are women of different
nationalities, based on the various
groups of foreign people represented
in the city.
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First and second squads of inter-I Miss Pauline I-Iodgson, of the physi-
class basketball, and the two intra- cal education department, is in charge
f mural teams which competed in the of the intramural swimming meet to
;finals of the annual intramural bas- be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
I ketball tournament will be guests at Y. M. C. A. pool. This is the second
the annual basketball supper to be intramural swimming meet of the
given at 6:30 o'clock Friday at Joe year. Sixteen houses have signed up
P:arker's. The affair, which is to take for the meet, with teams ranging fromj
this year the form of a dinner danc;: one to 14 in number. Each houseI
s will be attended by a smaller number entering the meet will receive five
than in previous years. It has former- points, with one additional point for
ly been the custom to include inter- each entrant. Winners of first place
class and intramural teams and any in events will receive 10 points, see-
women of the University who cared to ond place, seven points, and third
attend; this year tables will be re- place, five points. All points will be
I served imly for the above mentioned counted toward the house, not the in-
teams and for specially invited guests. dividual.
jFrances DunnervinR, '27Ed, the W.
Franes ~une~i& '2EdtheXV. The first event will be a free style
A. A. basketball manager, is in charge Tae followed by te re, le
of general arrangements for the sup- yracessic Nixon,the omic race,re
per. Harriet Donaldson, '27, is pn will be run off as an elimination con-
charge of the ticket sale; Marian Vani test. The back stroke race will be the
Tuyl, '28Ed, decorations; and Sarah th eaterhevetv
Bonine, '2SEd, is in charge of the pro- third event. The fourth event, diving
Iram. will consist of one required dive, aI
gram. s front dive, and two optional dives. A
Gjuests at the supper will include# relay race will be the last event. Wio-
the members of the physical education ys
faculty. Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss men may enter the diving event and!
facuty.Dr.Marare Bel, issone race, or only one race. Womn
Laurie Campbell, and Miss PaulineH, pe- enterte comicraceay nt en
Hodgson, of the physical education de- ter any other event.
partment will be speakers on the pro- Miss Laurie Campbell, of the physi-
gram, and te captains of the bas- cal education department will be the
ketball teams are planning special en- starter for the meet, whle Dr. Mar-
tertainment.

2 o'clock, April 2.
Tuesday and' Thursday riding class-
es will begin April 1, at the fair
Fgrounds. Monday and Wednesday
classes will start April 15.
garet Hawkins, '28. Timers for the
meet will be Miss Ruth Figge, Miss
Ethel McCormick, and Miss Janet
Cumming. Recorders will be Helen
Rutherford, '28, Helen Wooten, '28,
and Susan Stork, '29.l
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The Girl Reserve committee of the
city Y. W. C. A. is to postpone the tea
announced for the committee and ad-
visors, which was to take place to-
morrow at the Y. W. C. A. The date
will be announced later.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.
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Make your party dis-
tinctive by using our
place cards, nut cups
and tallies.

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Portia and Athena Literary societies
will debate tonight for a silver loving
cup, now in the possession of Athena.
The cup was presented three years
ago by Ruth Houston Whipple, '1,
first president of Athena and is to be
given for permanent possession to the
winner of the majority of six debates.
Mrs. Della Kilbourne of Detroit
will speak on "My Experience on
Juries" at the meeting .of the Ann
Announcing
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Direct from the East.
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Scientific system ever placed
in the hands of the Hairdresser.
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or Gas.
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Cutting Apartments
Corner State and Monroe.

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Something

New

DeMilo,
Milk Mask
Facial Culture-
Ask Us About It.
TH E
BLUE BIRD
HAIR SHOP

APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade
The Shop for Unique Gifts

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Masques To Hold
ITryouts Tomorrow
Annual tryouts for Masques dra-
matic society will be held from t t
5:30 o'clock tomorrow in Newberry
hall. All women of the University are
f eligible for membership, and will be
chosen on the basis of dramatic ability,
and general usefulness to the organiz-
ation. All members of the society are
urged to be present to assist in the
selection of members.
The two plays which were presented

garet Bell, Miss B. Louise Patterson,
and Miss Annis Hall, will act as
judges. The scorer will be Mary Alls-
house, '27Ed, and her messenger, Mar-
by Masques this year were Sierra's
"Cradle Sog," and "Why Marry," an
event of last week.

Nickels Arcade

Phone 9616

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ARINGLY chic. Ador-
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embroidery. Fashion
has outdone herself in
the variety and beauty
new spring coats. With
Inverted pleats. Saucy
im collars. Scarfs. And
rse, the universally be-
, ever popular wrap-
Handsomel]y lined, they}
hioned of the new soft
and the new dusty tones,
lar for spring.
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Try our home Cooked Food--Served as You Like It.
Noon Luncheon - Afternooi' Tea
11:00 - 2:00 2:00 - 5:00
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wise woman, accessories are
always important. They
lend variety in the most. in-
expensive form and add a
dash of smartness achieved
in no other way. In a very
true sense they are the fin-
ishing touches to a perfect
ensemble.
A Vag Holds All'.
Your Vanities
The newest bag in tapestry,
pin seal or leather is -exceed-
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many colors to match or
contrast with your Easter
costume.
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A Dress Can Be Smart
Yet Priced at Only
$25 0

A Handkerchief
Adds Color
A dainty detail of the
springtime frock is a lovely
frill of a handkerchief
trimmed in lace and bright-
ly hand painted. Surpris-
ing what a dash of color
will do.
Jewelry Copies
Old Antiques
The smartest thing in neck-
laces is doubly effective
when accompanied by a

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For Your New Easter
and Spring Frocks!
The modes of Paris-for YOUTH! In an Indi-
vidual Section for Misses (14 to 20 years) at
Hudson's-you may choose from the smartest
fashions, true to their Paris inspirations.
Sketched here ate two clever new frocks
for Misses. (Left)--A Drury Laine frock
expressing the vogue for pleats, $25. (Right)
-A two-piece frock of flat crepe with new

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Easter

Gift

Goodyear's present
erate price-every
found-a diversity
amply proving that

a collection
fashionable
of fabrics
a Dress, to

of dresses at this mod-
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to select from. And
be smart, can be inex-

The most welcome remembrance at Easter can be selected
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