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S.1 JN iAY, tE~ VUAN I ARY 3,1927

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~[JCJYYDe[IO 'lembes fMortar MILTARY PREPAREDNESS Litercary Cltbj t ir H.DSCUSS WOMEN
SEEC VIVID .T,'Bar Cotiue al IS FAVORED BY WOMENHooray pr ?S EAR EAST TODAY

FWH PLAYrVVL II
Jeanf McKaig, '28, has been selected

as the wiinner of the poster and pro-
gram cover contest for "Eight 'Til
Eight"' the Junior Girls' play. Hera
design in vivid .redls, peacock blue find
black, represents 'a studio windowI
through which can be seen in the dis-
tance the outline of a clock tower. Al
Sgirl in silhouette stands gazing,
through the window.
The winning poster will be on (1is-
play Tuesday in the window of Grah-
am's B~ook store on State street. Miss
McKaig was awarded a prize of $10
toward her life membership in theI
Woman's league. Dorothy Swartout,
28, and Margaret Funk, '28A, received
honorable mention for the idesigns
which they sub~mitted. Judges in the Il
contest were J.' B. Slusser of the
School of Architecture, Phyllis Lough-i
ton, director of the play, and Betty
Nutt, general chairman.

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---American women are for militaryg An informial discussion concerning
In crde r to sat isfy ike continuecd de- ;preparedness if their vote in Congress ! h t'lt Quill, (cOzfljauilit!' f he oi o fwmni oeg ad
mand + r the glovecs which Mortar repr'esents t~ein accurately. Every one' for women, was formnally inistaill as I b eda 23 'lcktdyi
Boarn. ii o n'orary society for wo- of the three congresswomen favored
rhea as ant r it annal ithe bailding of three new cruisers; a chapater of Pi PDelta P1 i, Ist ii yl~ 8tit, ti ,ry of Mo fl ~ha Cook buildingI
proat , esral ; has bien extended I when the question of money for thisj the MIichigan Un~iion. Misootw cr~~e(hairmanship of Sarita Day-
endl ai ise whlo are intereste(1d in eterpise camne up in the lower hlouse Kunuzl, of Akron, Ohio, v-ie pr,;>1--,; is, "?"r. Yeechanik Iskenderian, '27, a
proeuringgrove, through the society, o the national legislature. of the national honorary liter:.r sor- :-;uiienf ait the university of Armenia,
may do so by cal irg Minna ilr They (lid not vote as a feminist bloc; ority, was the installing oficer. w i leadl the discussion on "The Wo-
'27 .cba -rnokn of the sane, at 21241. for it was discovered that they had not Black . Quill' has beien tise me, o,: Armenia," while Mrs. Helen
Miss -Miller has a complete line of discussed the question among them- on the Michigan campus for miore than S eoft, a special student at the Univer-
samples ranging from Fren(Ih kid, to selves. Congresswvoman Florence P. four years and was offered mem nber- rtidy of Mjhigan will discuss the wo-
doeslkin in' black, tan, beaver, mod,j Kahn gave evidence of her support of; ship by the national ,group last spring mnien of Turkey.
white, gray and navy blue. GIpreparedness several clays later when It was not until this fall, hogever, tha:.t; Miss Iskenderian has spent muchl
The next order wilt be sent to the she made a speech supporting a first the memb~ers of the so( ,tAy(decidedi tiimw in Constantinople and is familiar;
New- Fork dlealors who import the class army. Her point was not for a upon the step. The ii ?vidatou a with the lproblemns affecting the women~
gloves direcly from France, within big army, rather for a good one. She banqu1et for the miemlbers, of the, srr- of the Near LFt. Mrs. Scott has also
two wes The procoeeds from the advised that the army be kept up to ity were held last night at:h; Uin. be in Constantinople for more than

NOTICES
Due to the failure of Mason house toj
turn out a full team, the basketball
game scheduled for yesterday morningI
at 10 o'clock at Barbour gymnasium
was forfeited to Theta Ph1i Alpha.
The Monday evening dramatic sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's club will
meet Monday, Jan. 24, at the club-,
house ,at 7:30 o'clock.
Junior Girls' play rehearsals for to-
morrow are: Four o'clock, chorus 1,
in Sarah Cawell Angell hall, chorus 10

The basketball schedlule for tompor-
row is as follows: At 4 o'clock, Zo ne
3 vs. D~elta Gamma and Alpha Omic-3'on.
Pi vs. Phi Sigma Sigma; at 5 o'clock,
Betsy arbour hou.se vs. Ph1,i a-
ma flu and lDelta Zeta vs. Zong 1G.
T o w colors eing :tu-a
in Mayfair, and its; neighbor, the R'oyal
Borough of Kensing;ton. One is "c:-
viare" which is exactly the ga-lck
its name sugge sts , and thle othecr is
"cassis," a puirplish black currant

and chorus 6 in Saraha

(' s well Angel

glove~ sale is tut":rl e ver to the League 125,000 men as provided in 1920, in-
Sbuildiin;; faud. 'The price of the gloves stead of permitting it to slump to 113,-
range fromn $2.75 to $3.75. Two orders1 000 as at present.
have already been taken and delivered "The trouble is," observed Congress-
by the society mn-mbers, and it is ex- woman Kahn, "that too many people
pected that the proceeds will be larger believe universal peace is just around
than those of last year . the corner. Why there's universal
____peace talk in the Old Testament."j
Sul)scr lac for flhp Michigan Dally. She makes it clear that she is no mili-
tarist, but she isn't convinced that war
-~ is ended and wants, at least a nucleus'
of a force to meet it halfway in case
it comes unexpectedly.
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Dipping low to fashions, either on the sides
or in the back, these newest evening frockhs
obey fashion's every (dictum. Some resort to
tiers and ruffles, to wing drapery, to tig>htly
swathed hips and bloused. back. 'Somec-wear
tulle ruffles over lace foundations. Some deck
themselves in scintillating crystal beads, in
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