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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BAD WEATHR DELA YS!Advocates 48 Hour
Y System For Women
Cancellation of Final Games May Prove
Jisasterons to Competitors for
Vhnnpionslip Cup
TO PLAY GAMES TOMORROW"
Plans are now udcr way for th-
tmetlos of the intramural an in-
ter-cl ass hockey tournaments which ....?::

were thought for a long time to have1
to remain incomplete this year. Be-1
cause of the extremely poor weather
during the last two weeks it has been
impossible to play the games which
have been scheduled and for a while
it was feared that the hockey cup
could not be awarded this year.
If such a thing does happen it
might prove disasterous for Betsy Bar-
bour dormitory who has retained the
championship cup the last two years
and who will have it as a permanentf
possession if they are successful in
winning it again this year.
Last week Palmer field was cleared
of the snow several times in an at-
tempt tomake possible the fulfilling
of both the intramural and inter-classI
schedule but all times the ground was
covered before the games could be
played. The semi-final round of the
inter-class games will be played the
first of the coming week but the intra-
mural tournament must yet complete
the third round of the eliminationr
games. The date.of the hockey ban-
duet has not yet been, definitely de-
cided upon because the games have
been postponed so many times.
The intramural games scheduled for
Friday are as follows: 4 o'cloclc,
Kappa Delta vs. Pi Beta Phi, Adelia
Cheever vs. Alpha Xi Delta; 4:30
o'clock, Betsy Barbour house vs.
Zone-6. These games must be played+
off at their appointed time for the
schedule must be completed if it is.
at all possible.
Due to an error appearing in Satur-
day's Daily the treasurer of the fresh-.
man law class was announced in-
correctly. Rhea Bolton was elected to
fill this position.
Bright blues are favorite colors for
house painting in London this fall.
Mirror
Beauty Parlor
"Charmingly Different "
Distinctive Women's
Hair Cutting
SCall for Appointment Dial 7355
19 Cutting Apt. Cor. State &
Monroe

READ, MESSAGE FROM IA.
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GREEN ATCON VENTIONu
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Imen,
State delegates to the convention gram
held by the Michigan League of Wo-I aim
'men Voters in Saginaw, Nov. 15 to 20, men
witnessed the closing session of the unde
convention when a messare from Fred sthro
stud3
A. Green, Michigan's governor-elect, deal!
was read at a mass meeting of the ednt
convention delegates. ( centE
Mr. Green in his message urged the Th
women of the country to vote in great- cial
er numbers in order to attain a more socia
responsible position in the govern- movE
mental affairs of the nation and the ental
state, and closed his message with the wom,
following statement: "In Michigan er r
the women haven't received their pro- dent
per representation upon boards, on stan
which they are particularly qualified cede
for service. I believe with added re- Th
sponsibilities of government will come child
increased interest. I am hopeful of least
seeing the women of Michigan take a caus
more and more active part in the pol- ports
itics of the state to the end that we ing,
may have better government. Dur- fund
ing my administration I shall be very whic
glad to help in any way I can to this ality
end." Th
As a result of the election of of- awal
ficers held by the league members, stan!
Mrs. H. G. Sherrard of Grosse Pointe late
remains state president. The only new child
officer was elected to fill the treas- resea
urer's post. The new treasurer is Mrs. wort
John Hornbrook of Detroit. scho

A. U. W. ARRANGES EDUCATIONAL ANNOUNCE WINNER N O T I C E S
PROGRAM FOR UNIVERSITY WOMEN OF PO.TER PRIZE
The Women's league is beginning
Announcement was made yesterday this week to canvas the league houses
der the leadership of the Amer- Next to the home, school is stress- by the publicity committee of the pan- for the sale of Christmas cards. Cards
Association of University Wo- ed as the place of most importance in hellenic ball that Virginia Geese, '28A, are also on saleat the Lantern Shop,
a new national educational pro- the education of the child. This pro- is winner of the poster contest held in from 12 to 1 o'clock or from 6 to 7
has been arranged. It is the gram of the A. A. U. W. aims to stim- connection with the ball. T-he winning o'clock.
of this project to give coege wo- ate, encourage, and direct its meary poster is conceived in brilliant reds There ivill be an important meeting
a more objective and scientific school . s t and yellows with a silhouette group of the dancing act of the Sophomore
rstanding of children from birth s as it is in their own communi- in the spotlight and is on exhibition circus -at 2 o'clock tomorrow in the
ugh adolescence. Through this ties, as it is in other communities, and now in the window of Wahr's book- parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
y it is hoped that the methods of as it may become. store. According to the rules of the There will be an athletic managers
ng with children may be improv- The steps used in carrying out this contest, the winner received a com- meeting at 4, o'clock Monday in the
in the home, schools, and other prgaretevstigo oalimentary ticket to the ball. Other parlors of Barbour gymnasium, -It is
ers established for their welfare. so n o sers have bee paced prominent very important that all managers be
is undertaking should be of spe- ceptions in elementary education. places about the campus and State lpresent as swimming and basketball
interest to parents, teachers, and The work of the organization is be- street. All of those entered in the will be discussed. All zones must have
l workers because of the growing competition were of a high standard their representatives at this meeting.
il workrs becuse ofing carried out in three ways, by in- of workmanship and of original de-i l oeetybak o h wm
ement to include elements of par- dividual study by members, general or n h d o e All zone entry blanks for the swim-
[education in college curricula for lectures at branch meetings and sign .according to the judges who were ming meet must be in at the physical
en and because teachers can nev- tensive study by small groups in from the architectural school. education office not later than Satur-
eally understand their own stp- branches. day noon. If no zone manager has
s until they appreciate and under- The A. A. U. W. is not merely ana- Students in the University of Wis- been elected up to date every house
d the stages of youth which pre- tional organization but it has joined consin who left classes on either of manager in a zone should hand in an
college. forces with the International Federa- the days before or after Thanksgiv- entry list from her own house re-
is stage of development in the tion of University Women. Similar ing day will not be admitted to the gardless of the number.
is the one which has received the movements are being promulgated by examination in these classes at the
consideration in the past, be- women in foreign countries. The A. close of the semester. These regula-
e it was considered the least im- A. U. W. is the only American organ-tions apply to all undergraduates in French girl golfers will make a b'
ant. Modern psychology is show- ization which has or can have member- all colleges. for world's golf honors next year.
however, that during this period ship in the International federation
amental habits are being built up since only one organization in any "
h may influence a child's person- country may belong.

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Mrs. Norinan delc. Whitehouse
Representing the New York LeagueI
of Women Voters, Mrs. Norman deR.
Whitehouse appeared before the State
Industrial Survey Commission recent-
ly to. advocate a 48-hour week for
working women. Mrs. Whitehouse is
president of the Whitehouse Leather
Co., Inc., of New York.
OFFER PRACTICE HOURS
An opportunity is being offered to
all organized intramural houses to
practice basketball every Monday and
Wednesday afternoon from now until
the Christmas holidays. The hours
in which the gymnasium will be open
are from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock. All
intramural managers are asked to
sign up as soon as possible.
repairsl
Rider's Pen Shop
Remington
Portable Typewriters
The strongest, lightest portable
rentals

during his whole life.
ie objectives in this project are to
ken in college women an under-
ding of early childhood, to stimu-
and guide parents in a study of
i life, and to contribute thorough
arch information of scientific
h concerning children of pre-
ol age.

Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-
tional society, announces the following
new members: Florence Cummings,
Helen Edwards, Ethel Hedrick, Cath-
erine Kelly, Dorothy Tisch and Alice
Vliet. The initiation banquet was
recently held at the Haunted Tavern.

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The Arbor Restaura
313 5'. STATE ST.

Chicken Noodle Soup
Olives
Roast Turkey Dressing
Cranberry Sauce
Baked Sweet Potatoes and Mashed Pot
Lemon Meringue Pie Drink

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We'll help to make you beau-
tiful. Only experienced and
skilled operators are employed
in our Salon.
Open Friday Evening
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-Dial 7171
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Thanksgiving Flowers
for the Hostess
Cut Chrysanthemums, Large and Small
$1.00 Bunch, Up.
Roses - Violets - Sweet Peas
Flowerday & Son

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Let a New Frock Brightent
Your Dark Wardrobe
It is surprising how much more pleasant invitations toJ
dinners and dances appear when your wardrobe is fortified with
a brand new frock or two. Wise is the woman who chooses
one crepe Romane frock and another of crepe satin, for this
combination will take care of many informal occasions. Ift
selected from our advanced styles in one of the lovely colorful
shades, these frocks may be worn well into the sprng. Sand,
rose, blue, red and green are exceedngly smart. Prices at $25.
(SECOND FLOOR)

Thanksgiving Dinner
$1.50
Oyster Cocktail
Clear Tomato Bouillon with Whipped Cream
Olives Celery Spiced Jelly Salted Nuts
Roast Turkey Stuffing Gravy
Candied Sweet Potatoes
String Beans
Cranberry Jelly Rolls and Butter
Waldorf Salad in Apple Cases-Cheese
Ice Cream Turkeys
Coffee Nuts and Raisins
$1.25

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most time for personal enjoyment is the
one who finds the largest number of short
cuts in his daily work.
For your benefit we have established a

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STATION on your way to the "Maj."

Fruit Cup
Clear Soup with Alphabet Noodles
Olives Celery Nuts Jams
Roast Young Duck or Chicken
Dressing Gravy
Mashed Potatoes Hubbard Squash
Buttered Peas
Cranberry jelly Rolls and Butter

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