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)VEDITESD air, JANUARY 12, 1921

WEDNB$DAY, JA~~tJXRY 12, 197 ~THE MICHIG AN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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OPENROAD [5[fl E . U i zes Ser'enity NATIVE OF HAWAII TELLS OF IS
OPEN, ROAD j'(S11[1fl AMERICAN CUSTOMSNISY~UIN

:1!1~ i? rferoid 5sl ects even to
t~~cb 11 e 1W017 gradies.

Four Classes Name
SwimrrinQ- anacg-ers

UNIQUE FOREIGN TRIPS:

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GIermn Students Will Conduct 1l'ers
Thiroughi Country; Firenchl Will
Escort i3cyclers
TOURS LAST NINE WVEEK5
Included among the tours which are
being, sponsored by the O}penTRoad,
Inc:, are two which catch th. eye of
the. prospective Flffbpean visiter, c (I
are of particular, interest to the st-
dent traveler. These are listed as al
hiking trip in Germany, and bicycling
in Frnce. Both of these are carriedi
cut in co-operation with students in
the two countries.j
Plans in Germany are arranged byj
the' Freischar, which is one of the
most alert of the idealistic German
youth organizations. Six American
men students, with an American, lead-
er, are met at Bremen b~y three stu-
dent members of the Frieschar. Sev-
en weeks are spent together, seeing
old and new Germany. Participation
in events of the varied German stu-
dent vacation life, and contact with
persons of .all classes make for a deep-
er understanding of the life of the
people.
There is no prearranged itinerary.
From: the very first day, plans are
made ly, common, although it is po-
sible, of course, for the Americans and
itheir hosts to settle as much as the',
like by advance correspondence. Th(-
tour ends with five days in Geneva at
the Liternational Student Center, and'
a week in Paris.
The plan of the bicyclers is similar
to that of the hikers. Here, however.
the entire nine weeks abroad areI
spent 'with the French group. Where-
as the hiking tour is limited to inen.
the bicycle tour is being arranged1 for
both men land women groups.J
Michigan, for 1927, has selected the
trip which covers Central Eurcape. 1t
is of interest, however, to note that tho
Open~ Road also offers study tours iat
accordance with the requests of p'
ticufar groups, as well as regional and
in formal tours. The regional program
is not so much cultural (language,.
customs, temperament, art) as it is
economic, geographic, or historical.,
The informal trip is less dlefinite than
the others, a good deal being left to
the spirit of the occasion.
Anyone who would prefer this type
of a tour in preference to that whicht
the Michigan group will follow may'
obtain supplementary information at
the office o~f the advisers to women ort
by, writing dicetly to, the Open Road.'
Incorporated.!
201% FLUNK!
2o% of students were drot iw c. last year;
(becauise of poor- scholarshiV. N'Y. '. I_" l
the highest mortality with 3(;%- Yale the
to vest with 12%.
MIisdirected effort is responsble for ithis
co>ndition. Overcome it !iDon't waste so
mrgny houirs taking notes in longhand. 1. se
the A.11. C. shorthand sys'te~l, based on
P rof. 14. L. Thornd ike's IFoundation Vocabu-
layv.
'Easy 'to learn, written with A. Bl. C.'s,,
rot si single strange symbol, mastered in
ahout one week-enables you to take notes
3° times as fast -a great asset for scholasticI
success. Practical in joullaIis a i,. hi isin es s
court notes, sermons, lectur es, research, etc.
1l o1t waste 'precious tine. Scenl for al
complete course TODAY! Only $ .oo.
A. B. "C. Shorthand System{
152 West 42nd St., N. Y.
Free D~escriptive Booklet on Request.

JL~.IJ.4 ~-.i ~ll\] > ( 'ljnspemdical courise was-
'aHawaii ' is the land of perfect weath - bredl Hawnaii an is very scare.n At Ill ,:istab n a th I . niversity of IhIaai and
IiJ(1ill er y d ay !she- the' ior Class swiinT113g maT3nagters have
lisdi;.. --r ,,Wip,,aso- r, superb Sunsets and luxurious fol- aenumerous, especially tbVie ,\uI~a.ii' - v::- n :heleft, teslandforthe United: been chosen and the foll owng wTomen".
I21 _. ?> 3}1" : 1r , i' W ili , z ,s -vvi., ea i g g , but na lm n ees and w lhite beach - al-C hinese co m b)I inatio nls. atp ric at dh v be n h o n to e r s nt t e r
cYth . t e s.ts s e p ri i a e n t e c st m a e b e h s n t e r s n h i
the ( r~~r.- acll ia the ideailday's pro- es are not typical of the country a- Y"Ihen 1 was a little girl,'' itij"s arv farewell which is always character- respective classes: Jessica Nixon,;
Lgra..int i ' t,{c it.O day meeting ;coi di; to "s uhChn 2~,a:Chan continued, "the H[[awiants lived jjecf a departure. She anti thos>e -enior mnaer; Eunice Chlds, jn
lai ovate'vY mdcy a,' 4 o'cloc.k in 'native of the island who has (oIIW to in grass huts but tIhey ha e real tiba took the steamrer with her were ifor manager; lorenrce Holmes, soph-
Nir ;j' cry y haI. Mich1igan to pursu.e her medial homes now. In the old days t i Wy 2 sed shiowred wkith garlands of flowers un- omore manager, and Louise Cody,
~"icn L~asccb~/' hcon- corse. "I awaii is very Aeican- to pound their poi on a ;sin'' sb;ti whe ,,-wre almrost unrecognizable.1 freshman manager. Anyonq iho is in-,
tim;=} "l la1TIs)i3agad(efinlite pro-':lzed," saidi Miss Chan in a recent in- while now they have regular f:,toies; These leis as the Hawaiian calls the terested in intercass swimming is
grain for ech d(ay in which timne is terview, "and English is the prevail- ' o the mnanufacture of tiTSs sarchv ; lower v,11etht- a.re sym°nbols of hospit- asked to attend the practice hel dat 8
allowed for )2c 11 alone to think. in, language regardless of the fact;food. poi is manle fromn the taco root.a JNy and friendship and are used on o'clock every Thursday night.
Other pastimies, suceh is music or that there is a very mixed population. which is pounded into a pase anidlall occasions of farewiel and welcomi' Life saving (classes are also being I
wialkinsg ma'y be thos eabt no matter j "My mother writes to Tne in Ens- lke eaten with tbhi fingeors.ftIi;s in I lawai. given at the Union pool every week at
xvht te ocuptio, a lng s i islis," he oninud, becuseif heespecially (electable to the natives, iss (han. however.(does not intendv this time. All women who wish to en-
helpful to tihe individual, certain time wrote in anything else I wouldn't be 4 when it is fermented andi eaten With to 1)ractie m)edicine in her native is- rol must do so this week as otherwise
should be set asitde for it in the day's able to understand. Miss Chanrs par-! salt." Iland. "On one street alone in Hon- it will be difficult to mak:e up the
program. The wonai3 of toay is free cets are both Chinese. The Japanese sCristianity ___peetatdad_______eeae_0_dctrs"_se_____wrk
to make her own choices, and she !are most numerous in Hawaii accord- :tooghyipeTa ellteisae nd oluedi"nd n tere rtdo torhe sta- work
should make use of this opportunity ;ing to Miss Chan. IT',e white peo-thuhiayofteJttisr a, rtr.iwllupid.AInIgaute AlgrsmkngesfrteJn-
by having a definite timge in a day's 'pie, who are mostly Americans are g mnuAtleJpnseah'etr i e upid. Whe)n nyI grDuate All Girls laman sesfrteJ-
.otiheir racial rlgo of ( from Micdhigan and getmy .D IioGrl'pamybin tlirr-
'work in which she eri develop seven rnext in number and lastly the Hawaii- ThPle 1-awaian scoi~s are jus;t like the thlk I shall practice medicine in ductions to Phyllis Loughton at 4 o'-
it;y ly really learning to think. ans, a race which is rapidly- dying out* American schools according 10 Miss China because there I expect to find clock, Friday in arbour gymnasium.
Tr!s)dpct,.;,iaa was the first of a so that at the presetit time the pure !Chan, who brought out the fact that a better opening."
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TKIE GLORY r z (r s. ;7' CT'RED HA 2- i
*'*"~hi';~.'requires subtlety ofeooour-
I iug, Rouge Capiicine,Lig'ivt,
or iBrugrion, Light wit> ~i
Coty Face Powder, Rachel
+.":aSityNo. 1 accents its ex~otic
f charm. Faces with hollws
Y.,a soft arc abov h o- t
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lo r tclose in tZathe Xmouth. 1 r~il
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i elCss you have vrknown
-'s: be- fore. Blue eyes deepen,
- I'.1 rrwn EyEO.soften -hair and
-i-:~n dn take(onjaricher Jbeauty.
take on a -vbOOXEET BY
1~ . -- ~NC:-IARL'SsDANAGBO
T HIY SHOULD KyNOWJ
}f ABOUT ROUGEP
C ,,- t""~ddress Dep. C. F.t
t14 FIFTHd \VENUE
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Hats in Pastels
Prefer red for Spring
The eery first indicatin of sp.ingtirne finds the fashion-
able woi gin looping to heer hats--felt ones in pastels,
straws, rib:bon hiats claborated withi metallic garnitures,
failles, taffetas and satins, in wide and narrow brimmed
styles.

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Prompt and careful work (lone. Avoid that last rushi by letting
us have your manuscripts early to insure your rgetting them typed
when you want them.
Phone 4744 1111 South University Phone t34741

NTICES
Second round of th inltramulral.
basketball tourtnanl ent -w.ill take place
tisi afternoonand !tonight henl six
gaue ill1b"'layd. 'CTh.lle followingf
Icaul s vwill l)l.ay at -4 o'clc, Z one 6
x s Pi et PiM~artha Cookl vs.'
ph-5ocol. l ~ia GammalDelta vs . l ,,eln Newberry
residence, l-gma Kappa vs>. Alpha Xi
ljoelta. At 7 o'clock', Coutzens halull vs.
!Alpha, Upsilon Iota.
Regular interclass baske-(, tll prac-
tbces are being hel1d from 4 to 6. o'-
c lock every 'Pnsday aut Thursday.
This year for the firot Ifitne two-thirds
attendanct at everYry ractikc is being
requxired in order to be eligible for
celass teams. Thecohe of all class
te nns and A . A. he d of sports
feel that this is the inlnu num-
ber of practices with ih any womn-
an can be properly fit ted to play.
EJveryone at all i teres-ted in basket-
ball is urged to cam!"E, out immnediately

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cwevcry bierded materials and exquisite
Salient features- of spring millinery, with

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ARE PRIVILEGED to PRESENT; F
Co-ED FROCKS 0/YUT H'
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wolC]/rete C} Frhon-Jkse ofogr
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phC~asize the authentic, smart,
® youthful fashions of the Season.
Exclusive Paris ideas combined with originations?
Of Co-ED Stylists, result in a collection of youthful
modes that will delight the smart miss or fashion-
rable young matron. 1
Many are now on display rat the '~
incomparably low price of .0. 15~
Other Niew Co-ed ?rocks qor e ring $25 to'$35

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wh.>ichx have been placed in
this eent for quick clearance.
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frOM $45 to $79.50. These
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Wednesday until 2:00 and
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