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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1926

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INTRAMURAL MANAGER Belgian
REVIEWS TOURNAMT\Honors

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HOLIDAY PLANS OF FOREIGN STUDENTS
ARE MADE THROUGH AID OF ADVISOR

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Twenty-Sx Teans Totaling More 'Thltn
300 Women Players Compete
In Fall Hockey
SUMMARIZE HOUSE POINTS
This past intramural hockey season
was very successful despite the ad-

Vacation plans for foreign women
j promise unusual interest this year, ac-
cording to Miss Grace Richards, advis-
or to women. Five of the foraign wom-
en studying at the University anticipate
trips. Miss Kamal Arlick is to fill a
concert engagement in West Virginia,
Miss Mitsu Motoda plans to go to Chi-
cago and later to attend the Student
conferencet at Racine, Wis., the Misses
Cho Ren, Yi-fang Wu, and Yi Tsien
Wu will visit Philadelphia and New

verse weather conditions which pre- ;York City together.
I .. :1*\'~ Milwaukee claims a delegation com-j
vailed throughout the entire fall, ac- 'sedw:f.the Misss KadAlinc
cording to Gladys Appelt, '28, intra- posed of the ,,
mural manager of W. A. A. Twenty- Achy Iype, Priscilla Choy, Martha
six teams entered the tournament with Choy, Shui Ching Yang, and Soong
more than 300 women taking part. The May Yong for the National Student
teams were divided into six leagues, onference, Dec. 28 to Jan. 1, 1927.
each team playing three preliminary 4 The usual holiday plan of the Am-
games with the other teams in the erican Association of University Wo-
same league. This constituted the men has been carried out again. For
league tpurnament and each team r -... . eight years the Michigan association
whichplayed two of their three games t has extended the hospitality of Aner-
was awarded their 50 entrance points. : .- lican homes to individual foreign stu-
Then the two highest teams of each dents who might find interest in Am-
league were placed on the elimination -erican family life. It is believed that
tournament. There were 16 teams rr: "':this informal contact is a direct way
thus entered, of which 11 were soror- to gain mutual understanding andj
ity teams, four were dormitory teams, 4"f ( friendship. Miss Lois Manning ofI
and one a zone team. Lansing has acted this year as substi-
There were 15 games played in all' tute for Mrs. E. R. Van der Slice,
in this tournament. The final game Ijchairman of the international relations
was played December 4, between Pi Central Press Photo. r !committee of the A. A. U. W. Local
JIIta Phi and Betsy 1Barbour, the arrangements have been carried outt
latter winning in a closely fought Mrs. Henry W. F mrnan, Jr, Inset, through Miss Richards, advisor to wo--
match, 2-0. This victory entitles . men, assisted by the world fellowship
Betsy Barbour to' permanent posses- ButO . oWM Crit committee of the Y. V. C. A., Margar-
sion of the intramural hockey cup, Honoring her work in behalf of the et Lord '27, chairman. The following
since it is the third successive year Belgium government Mrs Henry Far- visits have been arranged.
which they have proven themselves Miss TsUin-yao Wang is to visit
campus champions. nam was awarded the highest decora- Miss Lois Manning, Lansing; Mr. and
The following is a summary, of the tion of the kingdom n the Order of Mrs. Chiye Washizuka are to be the
points for the hockey seasont The , Leopold. Mrs. Farnam is of Belgian guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Pino at
entire points system is based on 150 birth, and a student i the Yale A't their farm home near De Witt, Mich.;
point basis. Each team which played school. Her husband is a son of Prof. Mr. Pino is a graduate of Michigan
two of their three league teams in the Henry W. Farnam, famous Yale econ- State college and Mrs. Pino" (Bess Fut-
elimination tournament was awarded onst szey) of the University of Michigan. A
25 points for each game won. Then Miss Farn~ams latest work is a different plan is under way in Detroi
each team was given one point for bust of Prof. W. W. Carmalt of Yale, where a, group of hostesses have invit-
every woman who lived in the organi- '90 years old who joined the faculty in ed a group of Ann Arbor students to
zation who was on an interclass 1876. tea on Dec. 27 and for overnight visits.
squad. The list of organizations in The Misses Hide sShohara, Frances
order of their points is as follows: The meeting of the intramural board Tai, and Phoebe Wang are among the
Tourn. Class which was to have been held today guests.
Team Points squad Total has been cancelled, but a general meet Nine women are to enjoy visits with
Betsy Barbour ......150 11 161 ing will be held at 5 o'clock Thurs- personal friends. Among these will
Pi Beta Phi .........x25 4 129 day. be Miss Sih Eu-yang and Miss Maria
Martha Cook.......100 12 112.I Lanzar, the guests of Mrs. Louise
Delta Gamma ......100 4 104 I There will be a meeting of Or- Hastings, social director of Helen New-
Adelia Cheever...... 75 6 81 chesis tonight at 8 o'clock in Sarah berry residence, at her Cleveland home
Zone 6 ............. 75 4 79 Caswell Angell hall. for the entire vacation period. Miss
Kappa Delta......... 75 3 78
Alpha Phi........... 75 2 77_
Kappa Kappa Gama. 50 4 54f
-Scentlfically Selected and Prepared Foods

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Ruth Chan will be the guest of Mis c-nstructed
Dorothy Allisoa at St. Johns, nd mi -s -
Achy Iype will be with Miss lildred
Drescher at Grand Haven.
Eighteen women will r-main in Ain Mrs. H.
Arbor for study. Alumnae house which abroad as
will be open for the vacation has of-
fered rooms to accommodate these. i r rand
All students who are to be in Ann any youns
Arbor for part or all of the vacation personally
are urged to use the Spread pri-vilege tour. FIR
at Lane hall. The kitchen and di inge
room on the second floor will be avail- pe
able daily from 9 to 6 o'clock, and on pendently
Monday, Wednesday and Friday even- . Phon
ings. To avoid conflicts, students are
asked to make reservations through
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W. Cake is going
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Pottery whose mother-land is Spain,
luncheon sets that hail from Czecho-
Slovakia, leather trifles that bring fair
Italy to mind, laces that bespeak Belgian
handicraft-all these things with a for-
eign flavor have enormous appeal as
Christmas gifts.
New zest for living comes from just
browsing about among these treasures
from far-away lands. Then to be per-
mitted to sort out the choicest of them
as gifts for dearest friends is a joy
supreme.
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Delta Delta Delta ... 50
Alpha Cii Omega ... 50
Alpha Xi Delta .... 50
Helen Newberry .... 50
Kappa Alpha Theta .. 50
Theta Phi Alpha .... 50
Zeta Tau Alpha.....50
Chi Omega.......... 50
Delta Zeta.......... 50
Phi Gamma Mu...... 50

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GREY SHOP

Special Sunday Dinner
12:15-2:00
Evening Luncheon
5:00-10:00

The remaining organizations
listed ibecause their points
small.

600 East Liberty St.

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Christmas Sale

of Albrecht Fur Coats
at Lowered Prices
Priced so moderately that they cost little more than a
fine cloth coat, and yet how much more the smart woman
gets for her money! In beauty. -I rmth. And service.
Think of the years that the Fur Coat faithfully serves
against the cloth coat. Buying a Fur Coat, such as any
of these offered in sale this week, at our low prices is
an economy that few women can afford to overlook! Use
the deferred payment plan!

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GIFT SUGGESTIONS
FOR MOTHER
Ruby Ring Hosiery . . ... .$1.65 to $2.50 _
Dainty Handkerchiefs............25c Up
Silk Nighties...................$5 - $15 -
Harndbags.................$3.95 to $35
FOR THE BIG SISTER
Negligees.. .... .....$8.75 - $27.50
Fancy Garters ..............$1.00 - $2.50
Tern Vanities ............$5.00 - $7.50
Silk Underwear ..........$3.95 - $12.50
FOR THE KID SISTER
Molly Dogs ..............$1.00 - $7.95
Bye-Lo Babies ............$3.95 to $5.00=
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If you are an athlete you have
been eating SHREDDED WHEAT
regularly at the training table.
If you've leaned more toward
the studious side you have
probably long since recognized
the energy-value of Shredded
Wheat to those of sedentary
habits. But, in either case,
don't let down on that good
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Nature's good whole wheat in digestible
and palatable form. Its daily use will
stimulate the entire system, clear up the
complexion, and improve mgi~cles and mind.

(SECOND FLOOR)

Shredded Wheat is
as appetizing as it i3
nourishing. Two
biscuits make a real
meal-give strength
and energy for the
day, every day.
Take this thought
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