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November 27, 1926 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1926-11-27

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Due to unfavorable weather condi-
tions the intramural hockey gamesl
which were to have been played yes-
terday afternoon have again beer
postponed. These games are now
scheduled to be played Monday after-
noon. There will be no game today.
The exact date of the hockey ban-
quet has not yet been definitely de-
cided upon but will be announced
very soon. 0In case the intramural
hockey tournament is not completed
the hockey cup which is given each
year to the house winning the tourna-{
ment will not be awarded. The junior
class team which has lost no games
up to date will b called the class
winners in case the interclass tourna-
ment is not completed.
The games scheduled for Monday
are as follows: 4 o'clock, Kappa
Delta vs. Pi Beta Phi; 4:30 o'clock,
Adelia Cheever vs. Delta Gamma, Bet-
sy Barbour vs. Zone 6.
These games will complete the third
round of the tournament, the next ser-
ies of games which will be played will
constitute the semi-finals.

Beginning Dec. 1, themonumental
pmap of Ann Arbor, drawn by Mrs.
Carl Koessler of Chicago, will be on
sale to the public at the bookstores
and the Alumnae council office in Al-
umni Memorial hall. This map will
resemble the prospective map of Lon-
don and Boston which have been so
popular during the summer. It is dis-
tinctly collegiate in atmosphere, em-!
bodying scenes of life in the University
which are recognizable to all.
The buildings of the University, the
churches of Ann Arbor, the principle
tea roomy, all fraternity and soror-
ity house's appeap in brilliant colors.
Huron hills, the boulevard and the
river as well as other favorite haunts
are represented.
To attract the Christmas trade the
maps will come packed for mailing.
This plan of Mrs. Koessler's is con-
sidered by many to be the most uni-
que thing that has been done for the
Women's league drive.
The Monday evening drama section
of the Faculty Women's club will meet
at 7:30 o'clock Monday, Nov. 29, at
the Club house.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

Millions of Voters
To Be Represented
At War Conference
Delegates representing more than
5,000,000 women of voting age will at-
tend the forthcoming conference on
the Cause and Cure of War, which
will be held in Washington, D. C. from
Dec. 5 to 10. The conference is un-
der the auspices of the following
clubs: American Association of Uni-
versity Women, General Federation of
Women's Clubs, National League of
Women Voters, National Board of
Young Women's Chistian .Associa-
tions, Council of Jewish Women, Na-
tional Women's Trade Union League,
Women's Christian Temperance Union,
Council of Women for Home Missions
and Federation of Woman's Boards of
Foreign Missions of North America.
Of the 900 delegates, seven will be
representatives of the Mchigan Lea-
gue of Women Voters. They are Mrs.
James G. Mcpherson, of Saginaw, first
vice-president of the state league, and
Mrs. M. W. Tanner, also of Saginaw,
state chairman of Internation Coop-
eration to Prevent War, who will head
the Delegation, and Mrs. Henry Gray
Sherrard, of Grosse Pointe, state pres-
ident; Miss Edna Chope, of Detroit,

chairman of International Coopera- ALUMNAE CONTRIBUTIONS
tion to Prevent War, in the Wayne1
county league; Dr. Caroline Bartlett REACH COUNCIL OFFICE
Crane, of Kalamazoo, another member {
of the state board; and Mrs. H. . Showing the wide spread interestin
Melhush and Miss Kate Carlisle of the Women's league building project,t
This is the second conference on a letter was received yesterday froml
international problems to be called by the Michigan women in Hasting, Mich.,,
these organizations. It will have two stating that an organization meeting I
main divisions in its program - the had been held there and that their ,
first section to offer speakers on Dis- pledge toward the building fund would
armament, Arbitration and National be signed within a few days. I
Security, and the second half to be The Women's club of Tulsa, Okla.,
given over to detailed presentation has just formed a Michigan alumnael
of the Foreign Policy of the United group and have been considering a
States, including the European Debt pledge to the Women's league here.,
Settlements. This group organization was *entirely!
The distinguishing .feature, of the voluntarily and since their founding,
first conference, held in January, 1925, they have written to the Alumnae;
was the intense seriousness of the del- council office asking for information ,
egates, the atmosphere of impartial in- about benefit entertainments, playing
Yestigdtion and the complete avoid- cards, and additional money making
ance of all ill-judged emotionalism. projects in an effort to link them-E
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, interna- selves with the central office.
tionally known leader in women's In the same mail came a pledge:
movements, is again the general chair- from Mr. Claudius G. Pendill, '13, of
man, while Mrs. John D. Sherman, of Newbe.rry, Mass., for $50, and another
the Federation of Women's clubs, is life membership from Mrs. Bess Par-
vice-president, Mrs. Edgerton Par- ham Becker of Zurich, Switz'd. Both of1
sons, of the A. A. U. W. is treasurer, these pledges came unsolicited. The
and Miss Josephine Schain of the Lea- Minneapolis group forwarded $200 in
gue of Voters is, secretary. cash to count on their pledge, and so
the work o fthe committee progress-
Tumblers will practice at 9:30 o'- es from day to day.A
clock today at the gymnasium.

There will be an important rehears-
al of the dancing act of the Sopho-
more circus at 10 o'clock tomorrow in
the parlors .of Barbour gymnasium.
If for any reason any member of the
act cannot be present call Vera John-
ston, 21241.
Athletic managers meeting will be

held at 4 o'clock Monday in the par-
lors of Barbour gymnasium. It is
very important that all be there as
swimming and basketball will be dis-
There will be rehearsal of the entire
Sophomore circus at 4 o'clock Mon-
day and Tuesday in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. Tuesday's rehearsal Will be
a dress rehearsal.

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The White Helmet
Formerly the Palace of Sweets.
1204 South University Ave.
Watch for the formal opening
of our new lunch room.

We deliver between 7:00 and 10:00 P. M.


Have You Tried the Hollywood?.

An Attractive


Start the Day Right
Let us send you some fresh baked
goods right before breakfast.

of Gossard Brassieres

We make a specialty of
Dinners4................. 45c
Noonday Lunches.................40c
The Hollywood Restaurant
615 East Liberty St.
"The Place with the Collegiate Atmosphere."

Ann Arbor Baking
606 South Main St.


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Dial 4789

-Specially Priced
A special offering of Gossard brassieres, both to replenish one's
personal supply or for gift purposes. All models, from the dainty
wisps of net and lace to more practical slenderizing affairs, from wee
bandeau for the young girl to longer models that fasten on the
at $1.00
Regular $1.25 and $1.50 garments., Of ecru lace or striped satin
tricot and fancy batiste in the uplift style.
at $1.25
Garments whose regular' price is $1.50. Edru lace bandettes, and
uplift models of lace and tucked net.
at $1.50
Regular $2.50 brassieres. Pink tricot bandeau styles with a side
at $2.00
Three garments regularly $2.50 and $3.00 featured in this group.
Val lace with embroidered medallions; pink ribbon with bands of
ecru lace; val lace bandeau.
at $3.50.,
Long brassieres that fasten on the corset. Of embroidered net and
val ,lace, 32 to 38. Regularly $5.00.
(Second Floor)

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"Tuesday Special"
Every Tuesday at

The Cosy Corner Tea Room
Sunday Dinner
12:30-2:00 P. M.
Supper a la Carte
5:00-8:00 P. M.

A Shampoo and Wave-$1.25
For Appointments, Dial 3839 1111 South University

330 Maynard St.
Nickels Arcade
Dial 21714








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Aetallic Cloths
Brocades and Laces
It is no trick at all to make a smart evening gown when one
has glittering gold or silver cloth to work with, or perhaps a
length of brocaded chiffon with some metallic lace. And this
is just the busy social season, of course, when one wants an
extra party frock. Touches of metal cloth are also being used
rmn smart afternoon dresses.
Come, leaf through the Vogue Book of Patterns-it's brim full
of style information. Vogue Patterns for Discriminating

.What shall
I buy?
S THE gift-giving season ap-
proaches, the choice of a
suitable Christmas souvenir pre-
sents its usual difficulty.
We suggest that you solve the
problem and give peace to your
mind-as well as pleasure in plenty
to the other one-by choosing an
electrical gift.
A beautiful, and everyday useful,
coffee percolator, for example, or
a handsome toaster, or waffle iron.
These, and other, electric dining-
table appliances are warmly appre-
ciated in the home and keep the
giver in frindly memory.
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