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rRIDAY, OCTO$ER.. 22, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGIVE

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JUNIOR PROGRAM
ENDS CONVENTION
Women's Clubs Delegates View Play
1iy Highland Park Members
As Session Closes
RANKIN GIVES ADDRESS
As a most fitting climax for the
Federation of Women's clubs conven-
t on which has been held in Ann Arbor
fr the past three days, a pageant
given by Junior members of the Fed-
eration of Women's clubs of Highland
Park was presented in Pattengill audi-
torium, last night.
The pageant, "Pathways," by Anne
Little Brandes of Detroit, depicted
the need of the youth for the older
woman and of the maturer years for
youth. Using as the illustration of
passing years the choice of flowers to
be woven into garlands, the Girl wove
the varied brilliant flowers into her
garland while Woman wove thetpaler,
faded flowers into hers. Girl used as
her assistants, Enthusiasm, Loyalty,
Tolerance, Beauty, Rythm and Folk
Lore, while Woman had Power, Duty,
Charity and Culture as her helpers.

Eventually through Womanhood, thel
generations came to a better under-
standing of their need for each other,
and combined the usefulness of their
different helpers, so that they lead to
a deeper appreciation of each other
and the necessity of an understanding
cooperation.
The pageant was splendidly pre-
sented under the direction of able in-
structors and the costuming and
lighting effects were especially fine.
The production displayed much hard
and loyal work on the part of the
participants.
Following the pageant, Prof. T. E.
Rankin of the rhetoric department
spoke on "Books worthy of Shelf
Space." According to Mr. Rankin the
American people are too prone to read
the light fiction of the day which has}
material and length but no depth.
Books are, in his opinion tihe inspirers
of civilization and the readers are
therefore the creators of it. To carry
out the idea of his announced subject,
Mr. Rankin outlined a number of the
books he thought to be the most im-
portant on a cultural shelf.
This meeting was the last evening
session of the convention, the remain-
ing sessions being only the ones to be
held this morning.
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WOMEN OF MANY ANNOUNCE SCHEDULE OF SA YS POLITICAL EDI
NATIONS UNITE IN, ICKEY CLASS 3AMES TO PRODUCE INT
DISCUSSION GROUP -- -
~~sc ss1 ~I iier-hboo 1hocikey tolz lal-l pla
utfheastyea's eetngsf thi ekaont y "The biggest problem before women
b}egan this weeki and W21l continue for I
Out of ehe last year s meetings of the next threw weeks. The two hoc:k- today is the work for which the Lea-
World Fellowship committee, organ- ey teams which make up every or- gue of Women's voters was organized,
ized under the auspices of the Y. W. ganized class will play fie preain- that is---political education," said Miss
C. A., grew the idea for a new club ary games with e=c h other, which must Maria Comstock, sister of William T.
which has just made its debut on the be completed by Nov. 8. At tole end Comstock, democratic candidate for
of this time the elimination games governor, yesterday. "The fact that
campus. Membership is composed of will begin, women have suffrage now does not
women from every country in the The week of Nov. 15, there will be mean that they are capable of wield-
world represented at the University two elimination games and the finals ing an effective instrument. It is not
who are interested in something more will be played the week of Nov. 22. the vote that counts but the intellig-
than a social acquaintance. Monthly Every game will be played during the once with which it is cast."
meetings are to take the form of ser- regular physical education class per-e According to Miss Comstock, women
ious discussion and exchange of in- iod. do not exercise as much reason in af-
formation in which each member will -fairs of a political nature as their
take an active part. Betsy Barbour house has made a more experienced voters, the men.
Yi Fang Wu, grad., is acting as temn- Bty(Thuihuehasae oe xeiecdvoesitemn
poray Fairmangd . i aingas tem-7,gift of $100 to the building fund of the This is quite a natural condition as
porary chairman and Saita Davis, '27,1 Women's league. This gift is made up yet but it just shows that the work
as temporary secretary of the organ- of the funds which ordinarily go to of the League of Women's voters, is
ization. At 'the November meeting, a the gift which the women present to not finished yet. The only time that
name for the club will be decided, the house annually. The dormitory is women turn out to the polls in the
permanent officers will be elected and the first house on the campus to go on same proportion as men is over some
committees appointed, record as turning over a sum from the emotional or religious question, such
house fund to the League. as the parochial school or the Ku
Announcement has been made that Klux Klan. Figures from Detroit show
Clara Mitchell, '30, has been pledged that the percentage of men and wom-
to Chi Omega. Subscribe for the )ihAhiiga Pally. en who voted on these issues was the
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UCATION NEEDED
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highest that it has ever been and the follows: 4 o'clock, Adelia Cheever vs.
proportion of both sexes was about ! Phi Gamma Mu, Alpha Phi vs. Zone
the same. 7. Five o'clock, Delta Delta Delta vs.
"The important thing to remember Zone 11, Chi Omega vs. Theta Phi Al-
however, is the necessity of intelligent pha.
voting which comes only as a result Faculty Women's club will hold a
of self information. The club women reception at 3 o'clock Thursday, Oct.
are getting this instruction and it is 28, at the Union. Wives of new mem-
their aim to reach others in their ef- bers of the faculty are especially in-
fort to create an intelligent voting vited to be present.
party among the women. All girls who work regularly at the
league candy booth meet at 4 o'clock
LONDON-The Daily Graphic, Lon- today at the booth in University hall.
don's pioneer picture daily, issued its
last number recently. Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

CLEAN SHIRTS FOR THE
HOUSE DANCES
It doesn't matter that you have forgotten
to send your laundry, because by taking
advantage of our special week end service
you have one day service-Friday to Sat-
urday. You can still have a clean, neat
shirt for the dance.
THE MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main St. Di-

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The Attractivness
of the decorations for your dance this
week-end, no matter how carefully they
may be worked out, needs to be enhanced
by vases of flowers throughout the house.
Consult us about your requirements and
let us assist you in the choice of bouquets
to brighten up the rooms.
"Open Evenings and Sundays."

New - Iandbogs of
Fashionable Importance
Your frock may be charming, your hat
its perfect complement, your coat the
smartest that fashion can create. But,
after all, you are often judged by that
very evident and significant detail, your
Handbag. It, too, must be smartly up-
to-date and in harmony with your cos-
tume.

See the New Model
!corOna
Rider's Pen Shop
Srentals,

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Most recent rivals are Iand-
bags of Pigskin in new hea-
ther finish. Several styles
and shades.
$10.00 to $16.50
Unborn Calf combined with
plain calf leather fashions
smart new flat bags.
$10.50,
Pouch shades and flat styles
in various leathers
and finishes.
$3.50 to $10.00

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the winning hand! Be-
cause they're so warm
and durable, and like
all the smartest gloves,
washable. $5
RA '8113ERE SQUARES
plaided in blue, tan or
black on a background
of white, are newest
and niost comfortable
football scarfs. $3.50
OX1FOR''DS score~ high
in football fashions!
And] for the dance after
the game, chic pumps!
Patent, reptile skins
and combinations. $8,
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Telephone 4171

ONSTELLE MNghs 5., o$1.5
LAYHOUSE Soc and 75c.
The Greatest Play of One of
America's Greatest Dranttists e
YOUNG BLOOD
By James Forbes

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colors!
Selecting
an All-Star Outfit
for the Game
Right guard, full back, center-whatever
his position, each man is as important to
his team as the next. Just so, each part
of the sports, costume you wear to the
game is definitely important to your
entire smart make-up. From your soft,
crushable hat with its brim to shade your
eyes, to your gay hose-if you choose
woolens for warmth-each has its prac-
tical as well as its fashionable import.
You see, teamwork is the keynote to smart
success in costume as in game.

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SHUBERT LAFAYETTE
- Lafayette at Shelby Street
It's Here Again!
The Big Parade"
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Production

doivn State -Street
to the Greatest Game of the Year
will really be an important fashion evert

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"ARRICK N ghs 75c to $2.50
KWed. Mat. 50c to $1.50
DETROIT Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00N!H C CS
f:ESENT.5AMR IAFA RITE COM EOY
-ASSTH EATER
faytte DTROIT
fayette at Wayne Cad. noo
Mats. wed. and Sat.S
The Ace of Musical Comedies
"QUEEN HIGH"
With Juia Sanderson and lrank Crunit
Nights 75c to $3; Wed. Mat. 75c to $a; Sat.
Mat. 75c to $2.50

Modes, StrikinglyI
as the great crowd
gan beat Illinois.

Collegiate, will be in evidence
passes on its way tQ see MiChi-

Nothing is smarter for h
wear with any sports o
costume than a simple g
velour with dimpled e
crown and rippled brim.c
Autumn's bright colors,e
$7.50. Metallic dance v
hats, so smart with the t
huge fur collars, $7.50S
up.s
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THE NEW,
VIVA-TONAL
COLUMBIA
the newest and latest
achievement
In tone productioui
"LIKE LIFE ITSELF"
Hear them play our latest hits
at : 35 Maynard St.
Alluondingor's music Shop

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And the two-piece itode is still a winning
success. Of jersey, velveteens, velvet combi-
nations, knitted fabrics; and plaid or novelty
woolens. Pleats are more interestingly placed
than ever and the slight blousiness which
many of the new frocks have is youthfully
becoming. Pertly feminine lines and jaunty
mannish lines in red, blue, navy, rose, nas-
turtium and wood shades. $15 up.
A Sports Coat
-a Right Play
Smart block plaids or novelty mixed weaves
give dashing youthfulness to sports coats.
Being reversible, some are double smart.
Many have sturdy fur collars, and all have
heavy lining to add its quota of warmth.
$29.75 up.

Fur Coats-
Goal-Winning
Lest you be overpowered by too smart oppo-
sition on the stadium of fashion, select your
Fur Coat here. For instance, a stunning pony
coat-which is so decidedly smart this year-
or one of the perennial favorites, as raccoon,
caracul or silver muskrat. You may make
payments on a Fur Coat on a deferred plan
arranged for those who cannot make the
entire payment at time of purchase.
Tea Frocks-
a Smart Finish
After the game comes an important hour of
play for the Miss who has a tea engagement!
And 'the proper silk frock will decide the
success of that hour. Charming frocks with
new feminine Niles are priced in a special
group at $2.

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