WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 7, 1926
THE MICHICAN DAILY
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Changes Made it League Nominations;
Y. W. C. et. Adds Candidate For
BOOTH OPEN ALL DAY
Announcement of the results of the
} annual elections which will be held
Thursday from 9 to 5 o'clock at the
a University hall booth operated by the
Women's league will be made Friday.
All women on campus are privileged
to vote for the league offices, but only
W. A. A. members and Y. W. C. A.
members can vote for the candidates
for these respective organizations.
The W. A. A. and the Women's
league will carry on elections at the
same booth in University hall. The
W. A. A. elections beginning at 9
o'clock will close at 4 o'clock. The
booth will be open during the noon
hour as well. Those W. A. A. mem-
yr 'hers who have not as yet paidtheir
..dues will be given an opportunity to
,do so on. Thursday at the booth.
Three changes, have been made in
the minor league nominations. Jban
Kyer, '27, is a candidate for senior
representative on the judiciary coun-
-cil, -,having been substituted for
Esther Tuttle, '27. Susan Storke, '28,
has been nominated for junior repro-
r. sentative on the council in place of
Helen Rutherford, '28, and Elizabeth
Wellnian has substituted for Louise
Cooley, '29, as candidate for sopho-
, Another nomination has been added
to the candidates for Y. W. C. A. of-
fices. Fern Townsend, '27, has been
nominated for secretary and will op-
pose Mary Ann McRoberts, '27.
Students To Show
Cooperating with Mack's department
k store, the undergraduate campaign
committee will give a spring.style showv
from 4 to 5 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. The show will be quite
inclusive in all lines of spring apparel,
especially in coats and suits. The
models which will be shown will be
for sale and Mack and Company have
offered to give the Women's league a
10 per cent commission on all of the
sales made from the exhibition. Eliza-
beth Nutt, '28, is chairman of the af-
MOSCOW.-The municipality has
petitioned the Cabinet to stop the erec-
tion of a monument to Karl Marx.
Outlines League TardyBlizzards.
Building Project Do Not DismI
In Radio Address
"What we are seeking for outr girls Blizzards in April-snow and cold.
at Michigan are advantages similar toBr-r-r! Fur collars propped about
te ehnye dte sm at one's ears. Such weather. What
those enjoycd by the men at the with galoshes and sweaters being
Union," stated Mrs. W. D. Henderson, dragged forth once more from their
in a speech given over WCX at the camphor-ball departures, one would
Detroit Free Press last night. Coin- think that Fate had glowered gloomily
tunitv life which is so valuable an upon Dame Fashion and her bright
array of spring frills. Nay, not so.
fadjunct of college education simply Acrigt r .P ak edo
does not exist at Michigan for- the !According to Mr. E. P. Mack, head of
girls," she said. Barbour fomashn Mack and Company department store,
gis the id. s arorgymnasium "Fashion seems to govern women
was the first step in providingesocial more than any weather; they will buy
facilities for women and is no longer clothes when spring arrives whether
1 adequate. i an o hns"
Later Mrs. Henderson outlined sonic it rains or shines.
of the proposed features of the new( Although reports show a slight
building, explaining the rooms for slump in Easter buying throughout the
blding, explaiingthe ms for ttcountry, merchants here declare that
alumnae, the offices for committees,thrha ben opooucd i-
the cafeteria and the little theater. there has been no pronounced dif-
She expressed the hope of the women The cold weather does seem to have
who are working on the drive that the
new theater may be dedicated to Sarah eer. T e dee , falls
Caswell Angell in place of the present; ever. The decrease in demand falls
auditorium, as its use in gymnasium heaviest upon the frilly things that
classes takes away the dignity which come with early warm weather. The
clases ake awy te dgniy wichchilly atmosphere has a tendency to
a room dedicated to so fine a woman eId toarker a heav clothes,
should have.!ln odre ndhaircohs
There remains but one year and two for which reason sport wear is now
Thee rmais bt oe yar nd wodecidedly in the lead. People have
months for the completion of the fin- iayh been divided into two groups,
ance campaign which will make this always
ay Dame Fashion
anyhow, is the opinion of Mr. Charles
J. Hutzel, another Ann Arbor dealer
of women's apparel; those who buy
regularly with the arrival of each sea-
son, and those who wait for the weath-
er to justify their purchases.
A review of the various leadingI
stores here does not show any special
sales in progress, which would go to
prove that the college student is less
affected by the weather and therefore
needs no spectacular bargains to
tempt him. The wary purchaser in
the metropolis clings to his flannels
and woolens until the sun makes his
lproper summer debut. Not so the
college youth, who flaunts his spring
outfit in the face of lingering winter
and coughs bitterly as the "flu" creeps
"Fight then ye elements of the air,"
is the college lad's decree. "I have
had my last spring's overcoat cleaned
and will wear it in spite of ee."
Jackson, Michigan boasts the larg-
est branch of the American Associa-
tion of University Women in the state.
The club was founded in January at
Time For Pageant
Women wishing to hand in posters
in the Freshman pageant poster con-
test will be given until April 23, the
first Friday after vacation, instead of
the day school opens.
Samuel Chamberlain, of the archi-
tectural college, has consented to
judge the posters, and awards will be
based on originality of idea as well as
unusualness of execution.
a luncheon given at the Women's City
club in that city, and officers were
elected at this time.f
MARY FRANCIS ELECTED
Mary Francis, '28L, was elected of-f
ficial delegate to the national conven-
tion of the League of Women Voters.f
to take place April 14-20 in St. Louis,
at a meeting of the Michigan body ofj
1 the organization Monday.
Violet Kidder, '26, Fredericka Brit-
ton, '26, and Geraldine Knight, '26,
will go with Miss Francis as unof-I
ficial delegates from this university.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.
The W. A. A. meeting announced for
4 o'clock today has been postponed
Junior women in ate play who wish
to obtain refunds from their $2 de-
posit may do so at 4 o'clock today
at Barbour gymnasium. Music scores
will be on sale at this time.
In Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Nellie E.
Trego is head of a concern mdanufac-
turing radios-the Trego Radio Manu-
facturing Co. She is believed to be
the only woman holding such a po.
sition, at least in that-part of the
Results of the interclass basketball
season show the following per cent of
the class teams: first squad, seniors,
won one game and lost five; juniors
won six, lost none; sophomores won
four, lost two; freshmen, won one,
lost five. The second squad was: jun-
iors, won four, lost none, sophomores,
won one, lost three; and freshmen,
won one, lost three.
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