100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 01, 1927 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-03-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Tl ESD Y MARCH 1 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE FITS

~TT IJSDAY, MARCH 1, 1~27 PACE FYV~
.tflr 't~4.J~ e~r "vr'~ - -

10

r r '
f

i r.+ 71 ; i \+ i.w ur..p f __ 4 a++w- +r M w.F" aw w... "4
t (yf"' t {

f1

I

n f _. ..

STAtTESSINIICNC 'wimesT Me KAPPA DELTA QUINTETI
e ! ~In Contest Mlonday'
oAtnuh h fehmncapig orMnday, :ac 7, at the-
.le ug theeresh m n thampomn's*orA n n ncro!ciae'~Maintaining the lead gained in the
lgifeuc and intorelinsthoneWt.eThe first half, the Kappa lDelta quintet de-
league which is being carried out thisednraphichand ulcl ae :o ! yst. Tea, fae h im ap emb
w e e k is o nlytaepa rt of t h ep panala mriv
toek coplteprto the linlarifun 20 yardl back, 2) yardl free style, 40; score of 418 to 19 in the basketball
whichm ise nectesarylton thelerectin ! ty C 0 yad sde sr k,_ igame piayed yesterday afternoon at
whih i neessryto he recion' and free s yrledl0yr elaysndroveBarbour gymnasium. Although the op-
of the proposed League building,!.n' All wome'i interestel in entrin position of the losing team was strong
nevertheless, this freshman drive is ! the success of the Kappa Delta play-
rerequested to sigh their names on
a significant part of the program, not e rs was in part due to the excellent
onlyfromthe inanial ointof vew, sign to be' found posted on the bul-'
buty because inainciflies teofaihoew, n lo I a te g mn su1o albasket placing of Evelyn Ogborn, '28,
bt'eaudegraduatesien the value of AlleenMilr '27, at 7817. and Margaret McNally, '27, and thel
the undergrheuatnion phelvaise(o. z' he 1WTononfast floor work of Janet Jones, '28,
such a building, and their willingness ,, ~saWdesaadTus and Nellie Hoover, '28. Lucille Cutler,
~~~~~~~~~~~c.igato co-operate in every way possible daLonnsfo t 0ocok t'9,ofte igaK paem ws
to assure it, according to Mrs. W. D. ?hc ie hs h iht os responsible for many of the points
Henderson, executive secretary of the ;my at(e hr ilb eua won by that side.Folwn is the,
Alumnae Council.I line-up:
"The upperelasswomen," sy M'.pr actic e fear all entr ants in the inter- ,sysMsSigmaiii apPa Kappa D~elta
class ]nEet at 8 o'clock Thursday L ulr....I.F...E goz
Hienderson, "like the thousands of evening, 1,1arel, 3. All who plan to .Culr.... .. F..... gor
alumnae, have done their share, par- enter are asked to come at that time A.Mro.....F M.MIly
titularly when it is remembered that foainlintucin M. Zahm ......... C......... J. Jones
the former will also share in the frfnlistuto.!M. ;Martin ....... S. C...... N. Hoover
buidin ony a alm a. Te cass- II. Stone......... R. G.... M. Davidson
of 1930, however, will avail itself of !0 D tribntioP f f Cais O.Wles......ha.E.Gownen
actual use of the institution, for it ' TeAphaGmma IDelta vs. Alpha!
will ho completed by their senior year. ,And G w sTo SatClhi Ome;;-a and Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.j
"There is still $187,000 to be collect- Chi Omega games were not played and
ed before June, for according to ar- 1 Alpha Omicron P'i forfeited to Alpha
rangemnents with the Board of Regents, I Caps and gowns for s,:nior women 'Epsilon Iot a.
garound must 1be broken then, in order' will be divstributed in the first parlor -obtinthelanaaift"_fBrborymnsimbgininWe-_NMnda;__thougRTusda;_
to btan te lnd s nsda, Mrch2, nd continuing to T, Wednesday, March 9; T through
Mrs. Henderson, who has been re- throag, March 21. andepsto"1
sponsible in the main for the nne
iue s required frtecopeecostume. jZThusday.efrs ie h udr
rous gifts from friends and alumni, is fo!h opeeTi sth is ieteudr
planning a final appeal for assistance,i The gowns are to be rented for $5, graduate com~mittee of the Women's
andsens aple tothefrehme as ± $2.50 of which Is to be refunded when league has undertaken to provide se-
weandsnstpla tthe ofreshengas the gown is returned after the Coin-I nior women with gowns, and is ani
posibl t rase an, f pssble e- _ nencemnent exercises in June. The' effort on their part to aid the League
possbleto ais, an, i posibe, I caps are to he purchased for $2.50. fu
ceed their $8,000 quota.Collars will be sold for 35 cents at the -___________

NOTICES 1
The Faculty W\omen's club will meet1
at 2 o'clock Thursday at the Union.
Cais ill be p~layedl, for which men>-
bers are asked to provide covris and~

cards. d cay are as follows: at 4 o'clock, chor- us a in p~arlor.
There will b:e 1a n iport ant rehear- us 8 in parlor, chorus 12 in Sarah ,lnterc'lass gamies for today are as
slof the University Girls' club at Caswell Angell hail; at 5 o'clock, chor-! follows: at 4 o'clock freshman major
4:t o'clock today atI the School of AT'- us 6 in parlor, chorus 2 in Sarah Cas-! vs. junior academic andl sophomiore
sic io in-wir'efor 7,perance in flho well Angell hall; at 7 o'clock, chorus major. vs. senior academic: at 5 0'-
Faculty co.1er poga for Sunday . 1A in Sarah Caswell Angell hail, chor- clock junior major vs. freshman aca-
Jupnio r CGirls' playv rehearsals for t o- ?cs 10 ini parlor; at 8 o'cloc. chorus d cemic and senior major vs. sophomore

'3
i_

i

3in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, chor-

Iacadlmic.

SHAV EVERY DAY
SHARP BLADES
are necessary for a Quick, Clean ".ha,
Gea a package whilc you think of it.

E.BERL3AH

& SONCQ

I
,t
i
i
.ve
i
i
I
i
i
-i
} i I
,
t
s
i
f
,

It is a good deal easier
to select a wardrobe of

You Do Not Have
To Go To Paris
For Smart Fashions
for the woman of today
smartness and distinction

200-202 East Liberty St.

P.

for she does not have to go abroad for it as her
grandmother did.*
All she needs to do, in f act, is to stop into our store.
Here she will find extensive style showings. The
smartest in Apparel, hats, dress accessories and fab-
rics from which to develop smart and distinctive
fashion.
All these collections
ready for your inspection
Goodyear's
124 80. MAIN STiIEET-TiELEPIIONE 4171

PORTIA SELECTS EIGHT
PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS

same time by the members of Senior Indiana university will discontinue
Society. using women cheer leaders at football
IIn order to facilitate the distribu-? games.
tion of gowns, the class has been di-

Thre weks f pobaton ulmuat ifvided into groups according to the in- o
Trewesoprbtocuintitials of their names. The schedule .Itnat
ing in initiation face the eight pros-; for distribution from 2 to 5 o'clock
pective members of Portia literary so- isa olws .hoghB ens Typewriter
cioty~~ whFeecoe tte las ay, March 2; C through E, Thursday*; at RIDERS PEN SHOP
meeting of the club. Those selected f oH, ig;H hog ,St
are HlnFlos 3;TblBr olFia;H hog ,St 314 Mate St.
areHeen elow, '0;Tyel ur urday from 9 to 12 o'clock; L through Kfach'1meC
man, '30; Hazel Gregor, '30; Jennie___________________________________
Fox, Spec.; Evelyn Bumgartner, '30; __________________________________________
Nellie Baker, '29; Hildegarde Shuerin, -----
'30, and Elizabeth McCullard, '30. -
During the period of pr-obation theseDSicTV
prospective members are expected toDITN IV FOOTWEAR
le able to take part in the programs
of the society. Whether or not they
succeed in this respect determines the
probability of their initiation. There''h
will be a meeting of the society atTh
7 :15 o'clock tonight.
Portia will' meet at 7:15 o'clock to- Bulevar
night in the. Portia room. _____________

I. '7.-

. e.. _,
.~. .'
. r
ti t

Ron=

+ r

F
go

/t F "

.,
r ,
f' , _
1
,; yr.

,4-A 4 ,

:~Where do you want to go* '
: F aris-London--Romne--Venlice? I
} To the Italian Hill Towns or Lakes?
-~Down the Rhine? To Switzerland?r4
S To Scandinavia? To Holland?
SMotoring in England and Scotland?
Gates Tours
visits all these places
company of established reputation *
>I (Founded 1892)
SGates Student 7: ours are ideal for <
young people who want to travel
agreeably yet very economically. y~
} °c«
}#For booklets 6?rates ($485 to $1265) K« 1
.,, erite I <
z~TOURS-2 25 Fifth Ave.,N.Y. :
..,.JO Day"Phone 75
h. .AAAA SAAAAAAiAAAnAXlA~n*AAAA&AA

u

Ten Dollars

THE NEWT TIE for spring is Pastel Parchment
Patent Leather and Gray
Three Inch Spike Heel
J. MurphyBotSp
NICKELS ARCADE

V

DISTINCTIVE

r
,,/;
.

map
; r

Cream

FOOTWEAR

"kwu

1

Last Clearance of Winter Dregses
Tuesday only

H-ere is a discovery for those who love old-fash-
ioned, home-made ice cream-the new super-
rich delig1,ht--Arctic Banquet Vanilla Ice Cream.
This new treat makes it possible for everyone
to ag ain enjoy the old-time flavor which noth-
ing bu t plenty of butter fat could hope~ to attain
.--pki!s the utter smoothness which only the. most
raodlern methods of reezing can achieve.
March Ist, you will find this super-rich ice
cream wherever Arctic Ice Cream is sold.

GROUP 1
Jersey weave frocks-indispensible in the
ardrobe of the school miss or business _
Oman. In one and two-piece models. ;

.Saturd'ay, thousands sam-
pled ibis wonderful ice
cream at thepublicopien ing
Of our Detroit plant.
Everyone had the same
thought---At Last! A
Real' Ice Creaim".
Yors can get this super-rich
ice cream only where Arrc
Ice Cream is sold.

I we

GROUP 2
Rich satins, crepes and novelty fabrics dis-
tinctively made, constitute this group now of-
fered at so low a price.

wo

Insist on getting Arctic Banquet Vanilla Ice Cream~.
You will say "At Last! A 'Real' Ice Cream"
ARCTIC DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY,

i

'
ypYY F
~,,

IIV_

I

' r

a i

MI,

I I ,imi

9.1

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan