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STUDENT FEDERATION Experienced Women
To Lead Conference
International Tours Will Be Discuss-
ed By Student Representatives
ADVISOR DESCRIBES TRIP
When the National Student Federa-
tion meets in Ann Arbor this week-
end, it will consider many problems
of interest to the country's students.
honor systems, fraternities, methods
of teachers and the like will be brought
to the attention of more than 200 rep-
resentatives from leading colleges
and universities. Included in this will
be a report of the exchange travel
tours between students of various na-
Advisor Praises Movement
Miss Beatrice Johnson, of tie office'
of advisors of women, who was pres-
ent on the first of these tours, praised
highlythis international movement in
an interview recently.
"Last summer," she stated, "I had
the pleasure of going to Europe with a
student tour arranged by the Americ-
an representative of the International
Confederation . of Students-an organ-
ization called the "Open Road," with
headquarters in New York city. These
tours are composed of approximately
12 men or women students under the
leadership of a faculty member:
Groups of this kind were sent from
Cornell, Dartmouth, Smith, Randolph-
Macon, Vassar, Yale and several other
colleges. Some of these went to Cen-
tral Europe, while others toured Eng-
land, Holland, Germany, France, and
Switzerland. All, however, met for a
week at the end of the summer at the
League of Nations school at Geneva,
Switzerland, where much was learned
about the work of the league fromot-
ed scholars of European universities.
"Since the war European student
self-governing associations have, unit-
ed in an international group known as
the International Confederation of Stu-
dents, and very recently the American
Federation of Students was admitted
to the international confederation. One
of the most powerful potentialities for
good which this amalgamation offers
is the development of friendships be-
tween students of various nations. The
exchange travel tours during summer
moths will serve as a medium for re-
ciprocal understanding and mutual
sympathy, as well as the possible con-
tribution of a helpful factor toward
solving the apparently impenetrable
international difficulties of the pres-
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to those cf London, Paris, New York clock this afternoon report at Bar-
leeim bour gymnasium as soon after 12:30
and Boston and were diesignedl for the Iner 'u hockey tournament was bu ynsu sso fe 23
league by Mrs. Ca rlKessler, fCiaconcluded Wednesday, Dec. 1, when Knocking in a goal during the last o'clock as possible.
_.The-ma-p melude pctrs ofa r' m y five seconds of the extra ten minutes, All league houses, sororities and
camps buldins an sorrityand ra-allowed to nlay off the standing 2 to 2 dormitories who hav not reported the
Orders for Mortar Board gloves and ternity houses in their exact geo- o clock on Monday and Wednesday, de led the sk tading t 2 aleagu houses srrkets nd
the monumental maps which are to be graphical location. The border repre- faulted to Marie Hartwig's team play-tie the senior hockey team defeated sale of sophomore tickets must do so
sold for the benefit of the Women's sents different major campus events jfag -at '1t o'clock on Tuesday and Ithe juniors by a score of 3 to 2 in the today before 3 o'clock at the table i a h -oSpooepol in- hrdy ahta a lydtw otcoeycnetdgm fte nI emi irr rAgl al
lau willth betkneftoa ad thWomorn's sthediJ-Hrpn Sophoore prm, il- Thursday. Each team has played tw m ost closely cntested gae of the in the main library or Angeli hall.
league will be taken todayitary bal and the Architects ball. games and won them. This tourna- terclass hockey season yesterday af-
row at the Bazaar which will last until The map will be offered for sal, first mnt is the first of its kind and this ternoon. I Subscribe for The Michigan Dagy.
9 o'clock Saturday night at Barbour at the Bazaar and anyone who desires year has worked out very successfully. Intramural games will be continued
gymnasium. A special table will dis- further information on them may call The teams were composed of the stu- tomorrow at 4 o'clock with Delta
play 15 different samples of gloves 4121 (University) and ask for Mrs. dents taking hockey for their regular Gamma playing Betsy Barbour house FRESH FLORIDA ORANGES
bith in fancy and tailored styles. Henderson. academic work they have been able to and the finals wil be at 10 o'clock Sat-
Prices of these gloves range from $2.50 practice during their class hour twice urday morning between the winner and Fresh, Sweet Florida Oranges, $3
Ito $3.75 and are ordered through New Subscribe for the Michigan Daily. a week. l Pi Beta Phi. per box of three hundred, large size.
Sound fruit and satisfaction guaran-
teed or money back. epay express
(Ci t'ug groiti IM
Unusual articles, of
leather; clever ideas
in pocket cases, trav-
eler's cases, smoker's
$1 to $25
All the College Fellows
Meet at the
cnarges. o ftneemazsa
appreciated Christmas gift. Remit
Our specially priced luncheons and
dinners attract them.
Luncheon, 11 A. M to 2 P. M.
Dinner, 5 P. M. to 8 P. M.
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Mrs. George Ford and
Miss Ruth Morgan
Who are especially qualified to lead
the war conference which is to be held
in Washington next week as both have
been abroad during the war, working
for the American Red Cross,
MADRID.-King Alfonso has signed
a decree suppressing the Spanish of-
fice at Geneva.
We also serve steaks and chops
any kind, of the best quality,
Jfor MIen S ince 1&40 8
Special Chicken Dinners on Sundays.
329 South Main
Across from the Wuerth Theatre
"It was a great privilege to go on
the first tour of this kind, and too
much cannot be said in favor of the
whole project," Miss Johnson continu-
ed. "The results were that the ordin-
ary and despicable 'sight-seeing' meth-
od of doing Europe was avoided. As a
result, we now think of that pahticular
portion of the globe as containing hu-
man personalities with -very much
the same problems, hopes and inter-
ests as our own, rather than in terms
of art museums, scenery or pecular-
Expenses Are MinImized
"Another important item is the factj
that expenses were minimized 'by o1b-
taining reductions in railway fares,
and student rates which were much1
lower than they would otherwise have
"In each country visited, we were
met at the border by native students
who escorted us duringnthe visit in his
or her country. We were entertain-
ed by university students on their
home grounds, and they used excellent
judgment in planning local trips to
places of interest, art centers, and so
on. European universities do not close
until the first of August so that we us- !
ually visited during the regular term
Miss Johnson: was in Europe prac-
tically the entire summer and feels
that the tour was no doubt one of the
most profitable as well as economical
of its kind.I
Iota Sigma Phi, national honorary
chemical sorority, announces the in-
itiation of Mabel Bodey, grad, Mabel
Miller, grad, and Alice Wang, grad.
Madame Arden, famous singer, made
her debut at the Metropolitan singing
with Geraldine Farrar and Caruso.
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Marva Hough, '28, Kal-
Dritish dressmakers are placing
bustles on the new evening frocks. ,
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BATH CRYSTALS, when they
are contained in hand decorated
Night set or a tall vase make a
splendid gift. They come in
various odors priced at $1.09
PERFUMES and POWDERS-
they always find a place on gift
lists. The Goodyear display is
well stocked with imported and
domestic kinds-all suitable for
gift-giving. $1.00 and uyp.
IIANDKERCII l1VFS -These bits
of silk, linen or fine swiss are
predominant in gifts. And really
what would Christmas be with-
out them? They have new ways
to reach one's heart-new em-
brodieries, new colors, and even
new shapes. 19c to $1.25.
NECKWEAR- frilly styles of
real laces, tailored ones of linen,
crepes, satins and nets-and
pleased she'll be when she opens
the tissue wrapped package
Christmas- morning to see it
contain a smart vest, collar or
a set. e9( to $$.7).
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every Coat in these collections.
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You may be another one of
those people surprised to learn
that the furniture department
carries gifts priced well under
$5. They're gifts that satisfy,
Unusually decorative in its red,
green, blue or yellow gaiety,
the magazine carrier would get
a grateful reception from any
up-\to-the-minute housewife. Its
price is $4.95.
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For Street, Afternoon and Evening
in Many Designs
Dad will be pleased to get a
Smoker, any kind that you may
care to choose for him. Metal
smoking stands are 98c. Wal-
nut-finished smokers are $3.25
Our very finest frocks are available at these prices:
All one of a kind model of typical Jacobson distinction.
JEWELRY for gifts-what a
happy suggestion-there are bar
pins, brooches, earring necklets
and bracelets to pick from. And
whether you decided to give a
single piece or several-one
For Sport and Afternoon.
Give him who's fond of playing
poker a friendly little nudge in
the form of a Card Table. A
good gift for everyone, $2.85.
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