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TH7URSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1926

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W L o TliEnrTo H[ 0 FIDfiJ ;Saye Danish Wornen!
~Are Healthier Than
LOAN FUNDS THROUGH U NIVER ITY Girls Of Our Nation
"Danish women are as a rule more
.Annonneie 2 Loans Which Are Olsen ity, which means that 16 women usedj heatihy than the average American,
To Many Upperclasswoien For I amounts from $50 to $200 for perio Ioa,"si Ms ut igeo~h
Second~eofe from 5 to 22 months, and paid:I
iterest." physical education department in z:
DUinTE R DU TO recent interview. Miss Figge spent the
DU l YrirnGR1DATIO committee is now recommend- past summer studying Danish gymnas-
Answerng th unusalinuberao a student take up her loan tics in Denmark and asserts, "This is
Anserig te uusal umbr o lonth partial payment plan-$10 per{ due in many cases to their' great
inquiries regarding student loans for l IIwt yet einigsx, amount of outdoor life which is neces-
women available for second semester, otsatrtepoal aeo rd sary for all farmers' wives and child-
Miss Grace Richards, advisor to wom- cation. "The University asks' for no I ren and also to the large amount of
en, has announced the following in- security, and delinquency is not ser- physical labor which they undergo.
formation : sus, Miss Rich1ards added, "of the39 "These people, too, are a very leis-
The nivrsit ha ampe fndsloans referred to above, four are no0w urely and sensible type. They wear
Tvailablestyw hanstudes nd reported delinquent; 10 per cent past extremely sensible shoes with low1
avaiabl to ome stuent inthe due as compared with 41 per cent paid
formof oan. Frm tme o tie r- .heels, and no restraining garments.
fomoflan.Frmtietotmer-on or before th'e date of z aturity" IThe latter are almost unheard of.1
quests have been made or amounts F
havebee colectd fo stdentloa It is of greater interest to know that Cosmetics, too, are almost unknown
fundseuntiletedprestuheea2 of the same loans, four were made to to Danish women and their lovely com-
se asiden for a women.n Somee ofathieese women 'who w-re later elected to Phi { plexions are due only to perfect
specify that the burrower shall be of 1B eta Kappa and two to women who; health. These - people have no tense
onepatiulr sholastheAlce1.were, in honxor courses. The Lucinda or nervous characteristics, a fact
Freeman Palmer loan fund for women H-insdale Stone report sae hti which is due largely to the absence
of te Gadute shoo, te Flrene I19 Vears of its administration, 139 wo- of any big cities with their.consequent
Huso fud fr wmenin he edial en have 'borrowed $17,475 from it. excitement. There are only .a small
school, and the nurses' loan fund, "It is not easy for a. girl to take the number of autoiobiles in this coun-
Three residential houses, one soror- Ipoint of view that a loan is an in- try where men, women, and children
ity, and the Ann Arbor branch of the F vestment and not charity," Miss Rich- alike travel on bicycles.
American Association of University ards went on to say. "It is in no de- "All Danish schools have their dane-
'Women have funds in the University gree charity but a perfectly business- es and gymnastics from the element-
treasury. There are four funds for' like arrangement by which she may ary grades throughout the highet,
the use of foreign students, the latest safeguard her health, or cut down her branches of education. Their social
fund to be created being the Charlotte part time work, or determine to live dances combine the characteristics of
Ilagdon memorial which was estab-j freely enough to enjoy some pleasures
lished by the W\omen's leaguet last of her senior year since it comles but ' 1l6III1 9EiJlitB1Ii1E1hIIlltIIi3it1[liiii
year. once. If she is reasonably sure of a
The funds are administered by the position, from the salary of a teacher,
student loan committee of which Miss a librarian, or a journalist she can re- v
Richards is a member, representing pay the small amounts with only a
the women of the University. Most fraction of the sacrifice she would S
funds are designed for women in thel make to struggle on without help.
make loans available to juniors, and All athletic managers must get GREIr
under extraordinary circumstances, ap- basketball entry blanks in this week. Lu
plications of underclasswomnen are ap- This is the last chance and all whoseIf, u
proved, blanks are not in will be unable to
"Except in exceptional cases it is re- enter the tournament. Games will~
quiired that a women shall have been, start Wednesday, Jan. 5.
matriculated a year before she makes j-,-
application for a loan, and shall pre- Wesltky English women now send A Pap
sent anx acceptable scholarship rec-( women artists to theaters to copy the .$
ord," Miss Richards stated. "Loans 1 design of those costumes of the sce-
draw interest at 5 per cent after the tress, whickhbays caught their= 205 S. Stai
date the loan is due. However, of the fancy.
39 loans made in 1924-25, 16 were-
paid in full before the date of matur- Subiscribie for the Michigan Daily. Igi

U OIIIIMFMTAI AIQ I' f NEEDOF DEVELOPMENT TOWARD 'UTDO PRT LS
M.IN ! Ui I T I- L IIP GILS' INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS1! 1RC~ MN OE
~ I ~ ~ ~ ''Xj~r is,;.cing to Dr. MYargaret Bell due to lack of equijmnt, '.lack of! Sp popular hsi otorsot
B ~ ~ I 0L FU L ' any' ler ideas concerning intercollegi- teaching force, and ithes.ma~tlnumber;'lass pro',c e th nhei~r .mi
ate «t hid ics it is impossible not to of girls, who ar~e willing to l uz ie w s is to be ra ize. tthelr -

'-'rof, - j 01 Y er_" said Mvra, Drvfus. '27.:we are not.

enIU thi e there r ic '40 women enrolled

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Monulim ental maps, of Ann r or ""u Fie 'll- su"'iyi. r 'Z, '
conceived in ihrilliant colors of rya, for ni r ipresidecut of the W'. A. A. when
yellow, green and blue are nior.'oe sine It cstione(I as to her stand on this is- ;
iii all the bookstores anid Aluz. se."Dr. :Bell is right when she
Meorashllfrhees~ that we are not ready for this
'Women's league building. Tlmz)e ~(ome~to.I aheisa
are decorative and entertaining in every other thing we niust learn to
touching upon the jfiloi'tr-fl ~(-'re-)be~ere Nwe walk. 'Women's ath-
of An ro.Tebuead J et ics should he developed by degrees;
fraternity houses, tea rom cax'niz)u first intramural, then interclass, and
buildings and favorite hiaunts ar e all finally when we have perfected our-
distinctly outlined and; colored. s "eives by this practice, then intercol-
The map of Ann Arbor is sinwilir t1 legiatuefuthr.et"n o a
the maps of London, 'New York, and Ms rfsfrhrwn nt
Boston which have wonf such , t
favor throughout tecuty.Tu te~amrs traveling around as boys. "It
colleg sayiivesr the wrong impression to have
an apeitdcleeaedepicted miaking the work Character'- people think that girls board a train
istic of the University, !in a roudy fashion, play ais hard as
Any student who thinks he will be they can, and then come home in the
able to sell either Michigan ph yimzg same manner."
cards o th moumetalMargaret Mc-Nally, '27, present pres-
card orthemonmon:jliilt~p atident of the ' A. A. entertains the
home durin'g vacation is asked to Sir Naevi«s Iwilb nfao fsc
IMrs. W. D. Henderson and make ar'-;amelanoiews. I llbeink fav omeuc
rangenients to take some with himntla.ny hn hnkte oe
' s o' this University are ready for it. In
in zy univaersities and colleges they
the folk dances and are ver:y vigorous Iare prepared for such action, but here
and stimulating. If our schools were
as strict about seeing that student, ____________________
had a certain amount of exercise every9
day our womien would b~e as healthy
as Danish women," Miss Viggoy con-*
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howver te iea~ t lC tk-ini tbheclass nligA 4 o'clwek on
ed u Iin 1ordler In give serious atten- Tcdosand ''urdys ut if the
tionl to the m~atter. It is nr,t a, lt proo-iu! adenug emn
fessional type of athlete that we wish , iS v1 ".'Otelc;15 llabeor-
to develop by tis plan. ,aie ome roal nStra
SornIlig, or ony n eesy
Such competition would lead I.()!aftlernoon. ZThe activitiesoftiiis class
keener rivalry and would serve as a ate,3hies, shing, skating~at Palmer
greater stimulus is the opinionl of the ilIoagniadsocrnth
two women. Both are in favor of the? snow.
Field (lay plan advocated b~y Pr('sid ut -
Clarence Cook Little. L'- the pr ovis-SOW V P NSR SALE
ions of this plan each branch of ,'Dort
would be represented and it wcould
tend to the dlevelopmient of the ar- Following its usuatl custon, VWyvern,
ity of girls instead of specialization junior honorary soca ety;for 1wome n, is
of a few. This plan advocates all the spo)nsoring a sale of biluebuo oks for
termus representing the various sports,; the benefit of the 'Womeon's league.
as hockey, archery, and basketball to The -,bluehook> are being sold at the
go to the same places at thesae'ons leag'Fe candy booth and at
im~e and have a xve liercd for 1this t.he =FororitiEa, fratriThies, and dorm-
onlpetitiou -_ eery fall and o'v} ,iItories of the Unlversity. Other house,
Spring. It is thoughlt l-'at such a, plan; desiring a j1upply of the blue boolks,
will foster that :spirit of irivalry whiichi may call Josephine Norton, '28. Since
has been found lacking and which in-' the gkale began the cooperation 'has
tercollegiate competition is stipposej been remarktable, according to Wyvern
to increase. members.

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EN TREE INN
incheon, 11 :30-i1:30 _i
)inner, 5:30-7:,00
Ernes by Arrangement.}
ate St. Phone 9646
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TV Jvivil..Ji

Regular hours will be ob-
served during vacation at
the Union Swimming Pool.
8-I11 A. M.-
Monday
TI uesday
Wednesday-
Thursd'ay
7-10 P. M.-
Thursday

"Decidedlj) Differen7t"
- iiFrock~s
= Salable Because They're Stylish Kk
- Newest Colors - Latest Ideas
$14.95
- No Ups
Lov'Cly, Colorful Georgettes and Crepes
featuringa New Novelties-
Balloon Sleeves and Shirred Skirts ' /
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- E '308 Maynard St. Neer the "Maj~

OUR TRUST DEPARTMENT
IS READY TO SERVE YOU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN Ai2BOR
OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN MICHIGAN

"I''/d i11fi,,.i111fhuu 11iuEl'il U ~lIiIE,11ij

Open During Vacation
Closed Christmas Day
Only
YMiM ARBRUCK TEA.LJ SHOP
2632 Forest Ave. Phone 8474
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CHRISTMAS
ORDERS
Leave Them. With Us-
No Substitutes Used.
I You get what you, order, from. our large assortment
of just what you want. Satisfazction franted.
Fowerday &Son t
Nickels ,Arcade. Phone 7014
j Silk Pajamas
from the 'Tree of :Practicala
Gifts, $4.59s
The gift of something to wear is always
in high favor, and when that gift is silk
pajamas, there can be no question about its f
II reception. These clever two-piece garments
feature belt, pocket and bands of contrast-
ing trimming. Made in tailored style with
I square' cut neck. Orchid, yellow, peach,
I green, red and black. Regularly $5.95,
now priced for holiday sale at $4.59.
I Silk Gowns
Are Much Appreciated (Gifts
$2.98]
Because women, love dainty garments, we 'know she will
appreciate one of these lovely gowns in pastel shades, flesh,
orchid or yellow. Madle in tailored style wish square neck-

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BETWEEN,, FLOORS IN JAPAN

No instruction
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Handbags
Gifts

Every day in the Mitsukoshi Depart-
ment Store of 'Tokyo Otis Escalators are
refuting Kipling's positive statement
that "Never the twain shall meet."
Rather, Otis Escalators emphasize
that "There is neither East nor 'jest"
for conveniences of modern civiliza-
tion and progress.

The escalator is appiicable where ver:
it is necessary or advisable to keep a
large number of people moving con-
stantly, rapidly, and wxithout faItigue.
The chronological and numerical
record of~escalator instaillatiCons in a few
:typical department stores is an irapor-
tant chapter in merchandising historyr.

W en you select a handbag for a friend's ift-you'll
be sure that it will be apps eciated when. it's picked from
this unusually large, collection.a
Real leather bags irf fashionable pouch, swagger and

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purse styles are trimmed with contrast
lizard and alligator. $2.98 to $1 7.50.

color leather,

R. H. MACY & CO., N. Y.- 4 in 1904;~ 1 in 1911; 2 in 1922,' 18 il' 1,92 3,
BOSTON STORE, CHICAGO -7 in 1905; 2 in 1912; 10 in 1913; 4 i.2 1"6
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