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FIRST LEAGUE PARTY Give Opportunities
IS EVENT OF FRIDAY Social Service
ForScalerce
TO(BENElTEAP lU .. I Autumnal splendour will usher, in
the first Women's league party of this "We can offer valuableexperience
I EIFIyear which is to be held at 4 o'clock(fowmewharinrstdns-
tomorrow in Sarah Caswell Angell for women who are interested in so-
lrs. Carl Kesslr Unlversity Alumna hall in harbour gymnasium. The hall Ketchum of the Social Department of
is Designer Of Unusual Piece will be transformed from a barren University hospital at a meeting
Of Work room into a colorful scene brightened Tuesday afternoon in Newberry hail
by russet leaves, corn stalks and!"Especially is there a call for those
S ALETO START DEC. 1 mpkints. who can teach elementary subjects
SALE PDancing, to the tune of Caryl Lund- and primary high school work. There
quist's orchestra, and prearranged are approximately 300 children at the
Work on a "monumental map" of stunts, and refreshments will make hospital who must be occupied in rec-
Ann Arbor, is being completed. by Mrs. this first get-together a merry oc- reational and educational work and
Carl Kessler of Chicago at the present casion. It is to be an informal affair, anyd
time. The map will be ready for dis- and all women on the campus are a scollege woman who can give be
tribution by Dec. '1 1926, and will be cordially invited to attend. Junior taking an opportunity to give real
a colored representation in perspec- advisers are' urged to bring their lit- service as well as to obtain beneficial
tive of all the University buildings, tle sisters. experience."
all dormitories, sorority and fraternity Guests will be welcomed by Marie At the same meeting, Miss Carrie
houses, churches, main tea rooms and Hartwig, '29, who is chairman of the L. Dicken principal of the Perry
other buildings familiar to college life party, and a committee who will act syc , rici ai of Univery
at Michigan. Those who are familiar as hostesses. The primary aim of the women to act as instructors and big
'vith -the illustrated maps of London party is to establish greater social sistersoact Asericanizationdworg
nd'dt ostton which have come out this contact among all women, and to af- sisters.i Americanization work
year will realtze what this mal will ford an opportunity for the new o- among the foreigners of Ann Arbor.
yearnluealizeatthisl fo a tuint th n e s w The work can be done either in after-
include. men to become acquainted with others. noon classes or night school and no
There is a wide border around the -experience is necessary.
whole with a pageant of all the prin- According to statistics compiled by
cipal social functions of the year rep- Miss Mary E. Hazeltine, preceptor of Classified ads bring big results for
resented throughout. In each corner the Wisconsin Library school at Mad-moyssedAd
of the illustration is a group picture + ison, Wis., three-fourths of the women money invested.-Ad.
typical activities of each class such; who were trained there during the__
-es the freshmmen burning their pots past 20 years never married. Less than
on Cap night, and the seniors march-! one-third of those who did marry
Ign .caps and gowns. In the middle withdrew from active professional The new Vapor Marcel is
is the Michigan seal and a block "M" service.
appears in each corner of the border. the only system in the world
Little intimate touches, make this map Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
a valuable mimento of college days. pledging of Elizabeth Cutter, '30 El- that produces a perfect, pe'r-
Down on old Ferry field is a tree fair- gin, II.
ly drooping under a load of small boys In_,__manent Marcel Wave with
peering over the wall at the game. Patronize Daily Advertisers.p
Out on Packard road is a sign "38 pure steam vapor without the
Mi. to Detroit," while drifting down
the Huron river is a little birch canoe.!P nia kenuseof electricity.
All these scenes appear in vivid shades By this time everyone
of red, green, yellow and blue. THE MIRROR
Mrs. Kessler is a Michigan graduate knows that BEAUTY PARLOR
and is well known in artistic circles.P ShI
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, executive sec- 19 CA Dial7
retary of the Alumnae council says gives pen service
that she considers this contribution not found elsewhere. Cor. State and Monroe St.
to be the most original and unique
that has been given to the, league. Service__ _ __ __ _ _

To Discuss Student 'ENROLLMENT OF
Cof e STUDENT NURSES
Conference TonighRISES YEARLY
This year's freshman class is thess ms
SRepiensentatives from various cam-f
largest in the history of thle school p s organizations will meet with the'
of nursing, numbering 1T25. All women cabinets of the S. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
students who are s i ng; nursing at a 5:30 supper tonight in the -New-
are housed in Couzens hal and at berry hall Coffee room. The purpose
Lowman house. The former houses of the meeting is the discussion of the
285 students while the tIemlporary National Student Conference of the Y.
home which takes care of the over- M. C. A which will be held from Dec.
flow accommodates 35. The imiroas 28 to Jan. 1 in Milwaukee, and to
ing enrollment in the school m1kes which delegates from both the S. C. A.
it necessary to take care of the' st- and Y. W. will be sent.
dent nurses outside of the ne.v Mr. Roy M. McCullough, secretary
dormitory. of the State Student Y. M. C. A. and
Every effort is made so that the 1 memher of the committee in charge
home life of the student nirse is as 0t the December conference will come
normal and attractive as possible. out from Detroit to address the meet-
There are several social organiza- ing, le will discuss the work of the
tions, a bridge club, a hiksing club conference and outline the program of
and a branch organization of the Y. the various discussion groups to be
W. C. A. About 85 per cent of the held.

SOCIAL GROUP PLANNED
BY GRADUATE WOMEN
Women in the graduate school and
those with an A. B. degree in profes-
sional schools met in Newberry hall
Tuesday to discuss the forming of a
social club for the purpose of foster-
ing a spirit of friendship among grad-
uate women.
Mrs. Emma Buck was elected tem-
porary chairman. A committee was
appointed with Miss Marion Lawless
as chairman to draw up a set of rules{
and regulations to be presented at the
next meeting, which will be held at 7
o'clock Oct. 19, in the Newberry hall
coffee room. All graduate women are
invited to this meeting. Officers will
be elected for the year.
The first woman to obtain the
bachelor of art degree for architec-
ture in the British Empire, is Miss
Norah Dunphy of Llandudno, Wales.

NOTICES
The managers of the intramural
hockey teams are urged to sign their
names as soon as possible on the list
posted on the bulletin board in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
There will be elective tennis classes
at 4 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days for beginners and advanced play=
.ers. Those who are interested are
requested to sign up in Barbour gym-
nasium.
All tennis rounds for the tourna-
ment must be played off before 5
o'clock today.
All entering upperclasswomen are
required to attend a lecture at 7
o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall of Barbour gymnasium. This
is the second of a series of three dis-
cussions covering University Organ-
ization, and will deal with campus
activities.
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