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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEAD ERSHIP TRAINING,
IS FFREHD BY,:W
first Meeting Will Be Held In Detroit,
City Organization Will Pay
Fees And Expenses
COURSE LASTS SIX WEEKS
For several years the Student Y. W.
C. A. has given and sponsored each
scinester, a club leaders training
course. This year, the city Y. W. and
the student organization are co-oper-
ating in offering this course. Mrs. E.
L. Moses of the city asociation will be
in charge of the details of the pro-
gram.
The first meeting of the course will
be held Saturday Nov. 13 in Detroit,
when the training conference of the
Michigan guidance council for girl re-
serve leaders will take place. The
city Y. W. is willing to pay the travel-
ling expenses and registration fee of
University women who are interested
in this work and would like to attend
the conference. In return, these wo-
men will be expected to follow the re-
mainder of the course and lead girl
reserve groups if called upon.
The course will consist of six weeks
of training, one night a week. Lec-
tures will be given on club-program
planning, handicrafts, recreation and
games.
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Alpha Phi Defeats 1
Adelia Cheever Girls
Despite the fast playing of Sylvia
Baird, '28Ed, Adelia Cheever house,
was defeated yesterday afternoon inl
the hockey game by the Alpha Phi
team, by a score of 4 to 1. Frances
Dunnewind, '27Ed, was responsibler
for three goals and Helen Ruther-'
ford, '28P, for one goal for Alpha Phi,
and Helen Krave, '29, one for Adelia
Cheever.
The lineup was as follows:
'Adelia, Cheever Alpha Phi
E. Macauley ....C.F.... F.Dunnewind
H. Krave........L.I... H. Rutherford
J. Smith .......R.I........ B. Arnold
M. Holden......L.W.....M. Hawkins
S. Baird ........R.W... ..H. Richards
F. Looney ......L.H......J. Trembly
C. Steen........ R.H......V.V. Liburg
C. Shaw .......L.F......E. Jordan
J. Fox ..........R.F.........-
C. Fox ...........G..........
Zone 7 forfeited to Phi Gamma Mu
and Zone 11 to Theta Phi Alpha yes-
terday. The game between Chi
Omega and Delta Delta Delta resulted
in a 1-1- tie.
CAMPAIGN REPORT
With results of the final day of the
four day campaign not yet determined,
the total contributions in the Y. W. C.
A. finance drive amounted yesterday
to $1,449.70. The goal of the campaign
is $2,000. In Thursday's soliciting, the
team led by Janet Upjohn '29 was
ahead. The contributions of that day
were $366.95.

ANNOUNCE COMMITTEE
FOR PANHELLENIC BALL
Social supremacy will rest with the
women of the University on the night
of Friday Nov. 26, when the third an-.
nual Pan-Hellenic ball will be given!
by the local inter-sorority association.
The function has become traditional,
and is the only large social affair of
the year which is sponsored by the wo-
men, exclusively.
Committee heads making plans for
the ball are announced as follows:4
general chairman, Margaret Funk,
'28A; tickets, Barbara Patten, '28;
favors, Louise Rittenhouse, '27; re-
freshments, Betty Russell,,'27Ed.; fi-
nance, Margaret Brier, '28; chap-{
erones, Francis O'Brien, '27; decor-l
ations, Mary Greenshields, '27Ed.;
publicity, Marian Welles, '28.
A special dinner will be served from
11:30 until 1 o'clock today at the Y.
W. C. A. Coffee room because of the
football game.

Dean Lloyd Speaks I NO T I C E S
On Advanced Study An extended W. A.A Hike will take
place tomorrow morning at which
"There are four steps necessary in time any University woman by partic-
undertaking any piece of graduate ipating may earn W. A. A. honor points
work," declared Dean Alfred H. Lloyd to be extended toward active mem-
of the graduate school to the members bership in this organization. All wo-
of the Graduate Women's club re- men wishing to go on this hike meet
cently. "They are, first a real interest at 8:30 o'clock at Barbour gymnasium.
cuhinating in a purpose; second a Belle Siegel will lead the hike, for
(broad view of the workto be under- further information call her, 8913.
taken; third a human interest in the Those hockey teams who did not
subject; and fourth a desire to do I play off their intramural games last
creative work." Monday because of rain will play
Dean and Mrs. Lloyd were guests
of honor of the Graduate Women's Buck presided at the affair in the ab-
club at an afternoon tea and recep-. sence of Miss Elizabeth Wilson, pres-
tion at Martha Cook Building Thurs- ident of the club.
day, when Dean Lloyd addressed the
club. He showed his enthusiasm for
the new organization, and expressed
his hope that the club would continue
to grow and to succeed. co i
Miss Grace Richards spoke a word
of welcome to the club in behalf of
the ad-isors of women. Mrs. Emma IArT

them this morning. Women's club will be a reception and
Betsy Barbour house will play Al- dance at the Michigan Union at 8:30
pha Xi Delta at 9 o'clock this morn-o'clock Thursday, Nov. 11. Members
inxg in their regular intramural hock- and their husbands are cordially in-
ey tournament game. nd There s
The following intramural hockey i be tables for those
whxo -wishx to play cards. Admission
games will be played today at 10 0'- will be by ticket only. An opportun-
clock: Betsy Barbour vs. Zone 8, Es- ity will be given to pay dues at the
ther Lockland; and Alpha Xi Delta vs. door that evening. Dues may also be
Zone 15, Mary McDonald. These are sent to Mrs. E. H. Leslie, Traver road,
the last of the preliminary games. I city.
The elimination games will begin Mon-
day. The final game of the season Matinee Musicale will have a closed
will be on Friday, Nov. 19. meeting for active and patron mem-
There will be a meeting of the chair- bers at 8 o'clock Monday, Nov. 8, at
men of the League bazaar committees the studio of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Maier,
at 4 o'clock on Monday in Barbour 929 Olivia avenue. Members can send
gymnasium. , their dues to Mrs. E. W. Dow, 554
The next meeting of the Faculty Thompson street.

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Coats in Sportsy Plaids.......... $35.00 to $95.00
A Sure Winner--The Fur Coat... $I175.00 to $325.00
Wool and Jersey Dresses.......... $10.50 to $29.50
Leather Sports Jackets ........... $15.00 to $25.00
Tomboy Skirts and Sweaters ......... $5.95-$5.50
Black Wool Bloomers..................... $2.95
Lined Gloves for. Comfort .......... $3.50 to $10.00
Wool Hose for Fullest Protection .... $1.75 to $4.50
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