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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1926 a T

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y. W. STRIVES TO PERPETrUATE' aculty Club Plans N OTI
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSH IPS; MonteThy Gatherings Entry blanks for in
must be handed in to
friedshp anon;facuty o-u cation office not late
World fellowship is perhaps one of ciples. Here money was raised to sup- 'Tchatr notrlat
the most interesting fields of Y.W.C.A. port a day school in the Shensi pro-ien fiay be enouraged, the enbesI attended the LUnivers
work. It is carried on by student as-vince of northern China, and relief of the Faculty Women's club have have their heart and
1 work during the Siberian famine was formulated lians for their yearly tion before playing
sociations in nearly every country of also done by this group. meetings with special attention to this may be made at the
the world. In each association, there Te general and national secretary- aiim. The Clubhouse has been redec- Natch the Sunday's
Is an American secretary and several ship of the Chinese Y. W. was form- I orated In refurnished and is open schedule of the games.
local or native secretaries, who carry erly held by an American, but within to any groups who desire to hold meet-; Monday, Oct. 11.
on this program of friendly relations the last two years, it has been turned ,igs there, upon consultation with There is an electivc
with foreign students. It is because over to a Chinese woman. 1rs. A. R. Peck 32'78.
of this contact with the Y. W. C. A. Our own Michigan student organ- Under the supervision of Mrs. Henry
organization in otheir own countries, Ization, conducts an interesting world M. Pates, president of the club, the
that foreign students come here to fellowship program. A committee following plans have been made for
Americ, see the Y. triangle, and feel comprising oth American and foreign six monthly meetings.- An afternoon
athome. women carries on a program of social reception will be held on October 2S,
The Y.W.C.A. organization is no new activities and discussion groups on at the Union, in honor of the now
thing to the foreign student. Miss problems of universal interest. In thi 1members.(Old members of the club,
Priscilla Choy, grad; of Honolulu, tells way it is possible to bring about a have called on the wives of the new I Box.
of the efficient Y. W. organization in practicable and real understanding he- faculty members and these guests tr
that city. In Honolulu, there is a tween nations. Each gives mutually will be called for on the afternoon oftI
central Y. W. numbering about 300 ,of his knowledge in an effort to create the reception.
members. In the field of world fel- I sympathy and understanding of his The November meeting will be an 2 Boxes
lowship, the organization conducts an country. evening reception and dance at the
international institute for foreign wo- Union for the members and their
men, with an American secretary act- The only futu're of democracy in husbands. ecem bristhe timethetB
ing as advisor for each nationality. Girl America lies in getting the individual jfor an at home for the Michigan
eserve clubs and camps are also con- voter inoculated with the realization Dames. The January meeting will con-
ducted by the Honolulu organization of how important the citizenship is to sist of a card party, also at the Union,
in the same manner as ours. Even government. This is the conviction of while the February meeting will be
the same regulation costumes are Miss Belle Sherwin, recently re-elect- in charge of the art section of the club
worn, and the same songs sung as in ed president of the National League of of which Mrs. Fielding H. Yost is
r American girl reserve groups. Women Voters. chairman. The Drama section, under
Miss Choy has also come into close Miss Nina Preston, will be respon-
contact with the American Y. W. C. A., Subscribe for the Michigan Daily. ! sible for the March gathering.
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C E S scheduled for all tennis enthusiasts,
beginners and advanced, on Tuesday
tramiural hockey and Thursday at 4 o'clock. All inter-
the physical ed-; ested sign up at Barbour gymnasium
te thyan r - as soon as possible.
er than Friday,j
smen who have Michigan playing cards in yellow
ty before must and blue will be out again Nov, 1.
1lung examina- I Thecy may be ordered at any book store
ppontments- or at the Alumnae council office after
Health service. that date.
Daily for the All entering upperclass wom , and
Play will start those freshmen who were unable to at-
! tend the organization lectures given
e .tennis class on Monday and Tuesday, are request-

ed to come to the lecture by Miss Alice
Lloyd, of the committee of advisors to
women, at 7 o'clock tonight in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
In Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland, a 90-
year-old woman, Mrs. Annie Clarke,
has just completed the mowing, tie-
ing and stacking of an acre of oats,
the bulk of it six feet high. She com-
pleted the task in a week.

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DAILY TRYOUTS
Opportunities for women to
try out for the editorial staff of
The Daily are now available. A
meeting of all women interested
will be held at 4 o'clock tomor-
row at the Press building on
Maynard street.

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Delicious Boxed Candies

Scientifically Selected and
Prepared Foods
MARGARET'S
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Open Thursday, Friday, Satur.
day and Sunday Evenings
until 11:0.
Fountain Service.

We cut the hair to suit the
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especially that of Chicago. Iere he
national organization has established
a foyer where women of any nationality}
may come and ask for aid. Lodging is
provided free for two nights while the
foreigner is seeking a position. Miss
Choy spoke especially of the pleasant
friendships and associations she made
while at the Chicago foyer.
A Y. W. C. A. organization also ex-
ists in Shanghai, China. According to
Miss Shui C. Yang, '28, a great deal of
useful and necessary work is carried
on by this organization. Dormitories
have been established for women who
are strangers, and special classes in
English, cooking and other domestic
arts are held. Evening classes in
these same subjects are conducted for
working women.
While there was not a student Y.
.C. A. at St. Mary's hall, the Epis-
(opal mission school which Miss Yang
attended, there was an organization
called the "Pure-hearted association,"
which was based upon the same prin.

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PARTY'FROCKS-in the brilliant colors which
fashion sponsors for the social season are alluring
in their fabric combinations-sparkling brilliants-

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$25.00 to $85.00.

Advance Orders Appreciated.

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124 South Main Street
Telephone 4171

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I have a complete line of designs which I would be
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From Manufacturer to YOU! ER
A representative of the Great Northern Fur Co. of
L) New York City, will be here with a wonderful
assortment of show room and salesman's samples
which he is authorized to sell, regardless of cost. xN
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Karpen Week October 2 to 0
Windsor Arm Chair in antique
mahogany finish. Regularly $30.
6A~ Karpen Week Only, $21.00
Arm Rocker mith all the charm
of Colonial days. Regularly $31.
Karpen Week Only, $5.00

Priced at $10.95t
FOR FORMAL
Dresses of C
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New Fall Hats of Felts, Velours and Velvets-
Small and Large Shapes
Priced at $2.95 to $12.50

Isn't there ;ome little corner in your home still incomplete? Some
little touch needed; another living room chair, an unadorned sun-
rooni, a bit of extra comfort or a little added charm? Now during
Karpen Week is the time to fill such ta need. From now until Satur-
day, is your chance to choose from the ultimate refinements of
furniture making in 1926 as exemplified by such a famous maker as
Karpen. Prices during this week are materially reduced on pieces
which at their usual prices offer exceptional value.

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