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'TTJT, STAY, JANUARY 18, 1927

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AEMIrN nnn'in e hearlse Junior ? PRINCIPLE MUST RE DASIS OPARTY
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T63 TAKE ORDERS MAR.. 2=12
Caps and gowns for senior women
-will be handled by the undergraduate
campaign committee of the Women's
league for the first time this year.
The week of March 2 to 12 has been
set ?aside as the time when senior
women can' be fitted with gowns at
Blarbour gymnasium.
The league has bought the gowns
outright from the manufacturing
comany and will handle the rental
'of them exclusively through the per-
mission of Mack and company who
have always taken care of this in the
past. The gowns are of the same
quality and sizes as before and will
rent for $5. It will be necessary for
each senior to buy his own Mortar-
board which will be sold by the lea-
gue for" $2.50.
A deposit of $10 will be roquired
-when the gowns are taken out and
the remaining $2.50 will be refunded
upon their return in June. The un-
lergraduate campaign committee it
taking over this work is providing an
accommodation to the senior women
and is also adding another avenue of
income to the building fund.
Senioir women will need their caps
and gowns for the first time M .arsch 15
for the opening night of the Junior
Girls' play so that it is important tha'
they get them the first week in March
when they will be distributed from
Barbour gymnasium. The~e is one
standard size which fits 48 'percent of
the people but if anyone needs15an. un-
-usual size, such as an extra small orj
extra long gown, she may get a ,specialI
order by calling Catherine IKelder, *27,
at 7117, without adlditional cost.
Tournament Teams1
Start Second Rounid

J~nir Grls ply rP y ~ '~i~ b "F{arty loyalty muslt not involve into political life,"' oil~imas 1i.
thiladlherence to politics n chRt5 Te ni i art r .' -12
(C ?{:dA0(lolli y . . v.,2 Ch 1.11{ L1.{)violt e the (dictat~es ofthe i-
In enl, are otuso 1has' a f0 as'nz ~
>i o L, :~ a io Los. Ech 1(1W 1 conscience. -- - -.I
ibe i " f uAu .-l oa'-Ieito 1the women per n:t themselves to he or fc oiatt SiiIhat ;zri oeiale
ye mt ~1~j;oi ..Iao weekf'o~ Iused by either party to advance the Obscnred _iby tfi l =;ic> re h-i' rt Ia-
toGdr'-~5cause of tcorrulpt candlidates they can-i vantagefatwho IPsV l} ' v ? Lecu1rC'd
not1)(k . -^eid.u a scape their full Share of responsi- that truIiha h 'lb W1011 it
E no-,-tit,', 'veu i jlClie acceJ it i bility ," declar'es 1:1'S. Nellie Tayl~e its only reslt i:; to pl... i in (ne' _"L
a membller has a a exc m.iinat cn ol{n the !ROSS, the first woman gover'nor o, ,y- Icandidate of iuow'!thv sa'd;r{ s? A
(lay follovi ing, the time at whlich her! oning in discussing women's share of I corr'upt nubi Ia official s es eidier
hno-~ is seheo{ulel ;o rm{ed . provided the blame for corrupt politics. Elect- his party'nrhsconr.
that sh1e in(°'ornls the (:oI~litte a rsei- ed in 1924 as state executive, Mrs. Rossi As gove-1rorof t'l is iaot
scnUa}e timle l>efore the rehlea sal. The h as had experience in the responsibi-i grant its iv")men In' iigLC)o'.oe.
comlllitee viii b1en ap Oiilt a Lute for( ities of a public official and also as a 1864), Mrs. celie 1to, Ihas endedc hek
her to make up, her absence. mocther. She has three sons who are tern i ofil ":,e i.Oot(!:,l 4 e1,) V.
(All rehlearsals wvill be discontinue' the only children in the country whose' Emerscn, tb, lPepiaiiiilc i a (' u ;t:aill
the wceek-end of the J-liop so that parents have both served as governor I her recent contest for re-elect ioll.
s ,thosv wlho wish to macy go home before of an Amrerican state. Mrs. Ross is---
the beginning of the new semester. the widow of former Gov. William B3. '~~srb for 1-he iMichigan D ailY.
The .schiedule of reimarsais for the1 Ross.
-wecl-s of finals will be postod on the "Principle must lbe the basis of our!
Wonl's leagute bulletin board in Bar- allegiance if any real benefit is to be;
> bo{,sa. yiazna:-sina. derived from the entrance of w omen ~
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i?; Progaran-t Building."
Thiis meeting will he the third pro-
<,ra nt,. ) b conducted in the Club
Lea decrsbip series under the auspicesl
of thie City Y. W. C. A. It will b)e
1W' (04(4 by a supper at 6 o'clock.
:_toi intending to come to the meet-
inm isi invited to attend the supper.

ceive extra instruction. 'thie tonith 9,oor.of Vudcrsh;:y hall.
This tripi of Mrs. H anley's to Ann' Elective tclr ing( '; lvii met tat
Arbor is the fourth time she has visit-i 5 o'clock oa nth a osof Bar-
0(1 the University for the purpose of hour gytnas smm.:
instructing women in golf and the sec.-; -,It1ird i eiY. A heV. C. A.
and time she has worked with the we- ileadersip ereswllbehedat 7.
inien in indoor golf. She has found, o'clock tngtat teCi y Y. W. C. A-
some very promising imaterial -nd all - --
women have made decidled improve- I Coral is taking the place of the
mont under her instruction. 'popular jade of last year in England..

-Aoi Scrtaie OLFER WILL CONTINUE NO0T I CE S
W 'ill Talk Tonight NVRST NTRCIN Class basketballl piractice will be
r Mrs. Stewart Hanley will spend to- held as follows tF oday: Ju1niors and
Tv Dtritwoen.Mis raFr7-day in Ann Arbor where she will; seniors at 4ocok freshmen and
z.1 I J'i M 'i ry M lard will lie theI coachI the women of the liniversity sophlomolreat5o'lok
speker ontheClb Ladeshi - Who are enrolled in the golf classesE Junio~ ris lyrhasl for to-
'-,ier t nathCllbehederat ip7o'ckof the physical education department. (lay are as, fo lo), s: At4 'cslock,
1 tlla il behel a 7 'clckMrs. Hanley will instruct all women chorus 8 inl narlor, chuoruls:12 in Sar-
ln thitl the City Y. W. C. A. Mliss i fo 1 to 5 o'clock in B~arbour gym- ,o.h Caswell Angell hal; at. 5 o'clock,
- ald 1larMilrd ae Gll le- asium. All women are invited to come ('hlorns 2 in S rh'as "1':.Angell ball,
aiesecret aries in Detroit and will-
out for instruct ion and those who are anti('horus;GII iaro.1at)eea,
~alt of'their expcriences concern-i, -- ,, - - -1~-__11 1- _ 1 , . I .11 ,+ 1 1,fl

Cowskin and its imitation haveo
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HAT'S OF SATIN ARE
The really fashionable womIan
has long since discarded her
winter chapeau and has sought
for the new in millinery. Here
are Lrand-new arrivals showing
the very newest in spring style
features-lovely little hats of
lustrous satin comnbined with
tiny brims or hands of straw.
JACOBSON S

Single Pair, $1.65
This isn't a sale of Christmas left-overs-we didn't
have any. They are all perfect, full-fashioned silk
Dexclale hose, a newi stock. The sensational low price
is made possible by co-operation of the Dexdale mill,
vvho have allowed a special discount on the large quan-
tity o:rder we placed.-
Get at least a half-dozen pairs. Sale starts this
morning. Continues Wednesday and Thursday.
AUl Fashionablc Colors
ody ears

('ellegiate hiuem like old:-iaahionc(1 belt buckles, are in
po;i(I t: ..iler, seine plv1 zn a adother's with colored stone
settiap. 1 .'0 to $1.75.
?:a (It i3 4 hsarc; unIdeniably s mart this season! H-erc they
ireo priced [roin 75c to $5 a strand.
Pea' "IFl(u5x4cwe try i ; win ;ing much fashionable favor.
The,re are i.'es bc: sad lpendants on Sterling chains.
Pink and l it-- pearls. <Q.25 to , 5.

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1i .i t'c i«OiD4< apnar 1)r oW. rwaitx-in smhart circles. Earrings
brAcclef s and aacl T , - Land.,,;0f' evenings are priced from $1
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Alpha Omicron Pi was the winner of
the Delta Gamma-Alpha Omicron Pi
game played yesterday afternoon at
B~arbour gymnsiuma, with a score of 16
to Delta Gamma's score of 12. Thle
game: was closely contested from the
very beginning and up until the last
:3bv seconds it was impossible to de-3
termine who would 1)e the winner-
The score, until almost the end(, wasfl
12-12 when Alpha Omicron Pi broke
away and began the scoring which
resulted in their victory. The line-i'
for this game is as follows:
Alpha Omiron PI - 1)eltn GThnrniv
M. Peckham ...... F.. V. Johnston1
11. Lawton .......Ii.........A. Mille:r
M. Howe ........CG......... ..Seeley
M. Van Tyle ... , .S.C. ,J. H-athaway
E. Wood
Hf. Belcher ......G......... M. Miller
J. Greenshields . .G ......... E. WooQ-
Zone 3 was easily the victir of thei?'
game with Phi Sigmta. Sigma winnin ,
with a score (if 32 points, their on
ponents only having 6 points. Es-
ther Middlewood was high point play-
eir and accounted for 1S of the score:--
made by her team. Tile line-up for theI
game'is as follows:
M. Alden ........F... E. Middlewood
H. Feerer .......I..........S. Davis
.C...... '.White
IT. Kanlan...... S.C..I. Do Lyons
A. Caplan..............HI. Cranford
E. Bank ........ G....... F. Prttian
Zone 16 forfeited to Betsy Barbour l
house. Phi Gamma Mu won the gana I
they played with Delta Zeta by a wecre
of 17-11. This game resembled the{
Delta Gamma-Alpha Omicron Fi game
in that it also was very I otly con
tested. The line-up for the lgarze is
as follows:
Phi' G~ammia Ni )el iz-,
N. Korkinsky .... .F....... Ilowar 3l
Jf. Fascas ........F.......2. TBoetlecr
E. Wright ........ C......... (urria
D. Mobley ...... S.C........ D).ILy ons
D. Sullivan ...... G........ M. Wolfil.
V. Roethke ......G........T'iownsendl
Miss Kate Colby, daughter of lb-s '
secretary of state in the Wilson ad-
ministration, has tired of society lif,'
and is working in a steamship agency,
Subscribe fbr The Michigan 19aly.ja

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New Dresses Arriving Daily

COLOR~S

Rose

$11.50,

Queen Blue

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Gob!in to
Hydrangie 29;9
NVavy
Black
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Prices now
Millinery-
New Spring Hats
Beautiful Colors and Shapes
$2.95 - $3.95
to .$10

MATERIALS
R.oman Crepe
Georgette
Flat Crepe
Taffeta
Sizes
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Jacobson
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.Coats v
$14.95 to $95

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A sale of wonder ful Coats! Splen-
did styles, .fabrics, workmnship, and
trll .xl r l with furs, Dress and sport
models. Many formerly sold at

Are you always outstandin ; as one
of the well dressed gir'ls? It is
more important to have two dresses
and keep them looking good than
to have six and be careless with
them.

,.: ~ asi., S . . e. .-.+...rO' A , . . ,w., ,..- :u._.. c.,: ._
Mrs. H. W. Cake is going
abroad again this coming sum-
mer, and will be glad to meet
any young women interested in a
personally conducted, educational
tour. FIRST CLASS. If you'
prefer to travel in Europe inde-
pendently, let her help you plan
ltlnerary. Phone 3597.

Silk H-ose
Humming Bird ..... $1.00
Prep girl ......... $1.09
Hio eproof . .$ 1.00'to $2.85
Pointex .....$1.65 to $2.85
Mogul .... $1.35 to $1.85,

A roup of resses

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floor, keep this fact before you.
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noon wear, as well as many evening
dress-es in tlis fgroup Many formerly
soil for $49.50. V'ery spevial !

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