rRIDA7,; MAY 21, ,1.926
THE MTC-IIGAN DAILY
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Minnesota Advisory System IE
Found To Be Most Efficient
Possibly the best advisory system so that the information may be ob-
through which entering women are tained at any time. At the same time Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa
taken care of is that of the University a card is given to each of the entering Delta will compete tomorrow to de-
of Minnesota, according to Miss Jean women on which they are asked to termine the winner of the intramural.
Hamilton, dean of women, who bases write a criticism of the existing ad- basebail tournament. The game will
"ie statement on the report given by visory system, through which many be called at 9:30 o'clock as the first
'gates from this University at suggestions are obtained which are event of the track meet at Palmer
the convention of the Women's Self- of use to the chairman of the system Field.
governing association, held recently the following year. Kappa Kappa Gamma remains in
t Bloomington, Ind. the contest after defeating Helen New-
Seniors and juniors are used in~the There exist at this University 10i berry residence, Zone VII and Martha
innesota system, and sorority wo- scholarships of $100° each which are Cook dormitory while Kappa Delta
en attend to the letter writing dur- awarded annually to the women of defeated Alpha Epsilon Iota, medical
%ng the summer, leaving the inde-; the University. Six hundred dollars ( sorority, and Adelia Cheever. Alpha
pendent women, who are less engaged of this total fund is obtained through XI Delta and Alph Omicron Pi for-
n the fall to take care of the late dues and last year thd. remaining feited to Kappa Delta.
registrants. With the aid of the ad- $1,000 was earned through a second- Tomorrow's game will determine
visors a series of small parties not hand bookshop which was run by the the holder of the cup for the coming
xceeding100. people are givenUniversity women students. This pro- year as it is awarded annually to the
iroughout the first six weeks. It is position was a purely money making' champions. Kappa Delta has already
ie custom to give two a week for the business and paid 30 cents an hour to held it a year having won it from
eparate groups, and as a cuhmrination the women who worked as clerks Betsy Barbour. The team winning the
of the whole one large party is given. while, the manager who undertook the Jpermanent possession of this trophy.
he reason for these small gatherings running of the business for a year re-, Margaret McNally, '27, will pitch for
s thea fact the association that iceived $100. Kappa Delta, while Evelyn Ogborn,
s r h plm Though the enterprise started with- '28, will have the catching position.
efntimate and friendly. During this out any money, this defect was rem- Margaret Breer, '28, will catch and
dtmse nd friendly. Drin wthist edied by giving a receipt to the stu- Virginia Platt, '28, will pitch for
eriod those women who are without dents who brought in second-hand Kappa Kappa Gamma.I
(frindsand ho o nt beameim-books and having them write down I
nediately pledged to an organization k
re questioned as to whether they the minimum price which they would Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
;would care for any definite sort of a accept for their books. The associa- ing of Florence E. Hunt, '27, of Kala-
acial gathering, as a picnic or a hike. tion then received 10 per cent from mazoo, and Elizabeth Wright, '29, of
so those who have similar tastes _the selling price. Gary, Indiana.
Srrabrought together and such parties Traditional senior leap week recent- The University of Texas claims to
rA the end of the six weeks period ly held at the University of Oregon, have one of the most versatile women
At teeno th six wneeksmperiow during which senior women were priv- J students in the country. Edith Fox, a
e advisor who has one or i more newiledtakan
women under her suileged to ask any man on the campusI journalism student, has operated a
ed to hand in a card to the chairman linotype machine, coached a football
f the advisory system, telling of theteam in a small town school, conduct-
tastes and characters of the women W. A. A. banquet tickets may be I ed orchestras, directed glee clubs, and
whom she has grown to know. These purchased today at Barbour gymnas- is now a reporter on the daily news-
hards are then handed to the board ium. paper of the University of Texas.
f directors of the local Women's Let The Daily sell it for you thru Let The Daily sell it for you thru
elf-governing association and filed, he Classified colmnns.-Adv. the Classified columns.-Adv.
Alumnae Pledges 1
Since M\ay 1, when the new group
pledge plan for the Women's league
building fund was officially launched
by the alumnae council, there has
! been more than $100,000 pledged, the
council office announced yesterday.
The Cleveland group has written that
although they had pledged the entire
quota during the intensive campaign,
they would give another $1,500 on the
new group plan. This last pledge
brought the amount up to the $100,000
Notice has also been received from
Cleveland of their annual election of
_ officers held last week. Mrs. E. E.
Dreese, Edna Blake, '18, was elected
president for the coming year. Mrs.
Dreese was the first assistant to the
secretary when the Women's league
campaign was started in December,
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Il II 11111~fl~flT ii IDewberry hall is to be kept "openi,
house"at all hours during the first N O TICES
ew weeks of school, and parties are
obe held especially for freshman glf classes held at 2 o'clock
women. In order that the entering Monday and Tuesday, and at 10 and
women may feel that a personal in- 45 o'clock Tuesday and Thursdy,
Freshman women who are entering terest is being taken in them, each rerequested to meet with Miss Mc-
the University next fall will be wel- will be called for at her house by a Cormick on the University golf course.
comed and entertained by members of member of the organization in charge The initiation breakfast for the new
the leadership commission of the Uni- and taken to the parties. members of Mortar Board will be held
versity Y. W. C. A., who are now at 9:30 o'clock Sunday at the Green
making preparations for filling the Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Tree inn.
hours of homesickness common to -
first year students.
The leadership commission at its
meeting Thursday, May 20, discussed
the problems concerning the fresh- "
man. A committee was appointed to
distribute the names of next year's
freshman women among the members
of the commission so that every one EVE STRAP
of the new students might be com-
municated with during the summer. Called that because
The commission decided to send out there is "nothingon
the Freshman handbook before the Th"e new spike heel
term starts, so that entrance students and a thin and dain
might know about the University and ty strahnandida-
in advance of their ar-
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smart as any decor-
ated pump could be.
As skirts grow shorter still
white shoes heighten heels
Newest news from Paris says that skirts are shorter
still. As skirts shrink, shoe heels heighten. In Walk-
Over summer white shoes are Fashion's newest fancies.
Here see the high spike heel, low sides, and light and
clinging daintiness that gives the discreet revelation
which is now a style command. Choose hcee for new
Parisian fashion, and Walk-Over matchless fit besides.
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We want you to be particular in what you wear.
is why we ask you to visit this shop.
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SPECIALTY HAT SHOP
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ive new tailored straws in all colors as well as good
hats of silk priced at $2.00 each. A big variety of a
hats for the Miss and youthful matron. We guarar
values to be most exceptional.
"The Shop of
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Our hosiery buyer made a
special trip to the
southern hosiery mills to secure these wonderful
bargains for you! Full-fashioned, sheerest weight
chiffon hose! Service weights of smooth, even
texture! Novelty hose for outdoor sports! At
prices extremely low!
aemi-chiffon hose, full fashioned, silk to top, slight-
ly blemished, in all the summer shades...,$1.00
Chiffon Hose, silk to top, full fashioned,
Semi-Chiffon, full fashioned, silk to top, first
quality in all the slight shades ...........$1.49
Rollins Run Stop Hose, service silk, full-
fashioned sub-standards, in light and
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[ lorsheim Oxtords, are going [ast at $8. 5thrsylsa $.5to$.5 78
Other styles at $5.85 to $7.85
ALL WOMEN'S STYLES AT A BIG RE DUCTION
BIG VALUES AT $6.90 AND $7.90 formerly up to S10
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