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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUSINESS WOMEN

RUNS HOTEL FOR
fillm I T BUSINESS WOMEN
JUNIOR1 GIRLS' PLA4Y
Jiope To Aromse Interest Of Grado-j
ates By Special Performance
And Detroit Trip
RESERVE SPECIAL SECTION
"Eight Till Eight" the 1928 JuniorI
Girls' play will conclude its Ann Ar-
bor run with two performances to-
lay. The evening presentation will
feature the recently established cus-
tom of "Alumnae night" and will bring
back to Ann Arbor for the week-end
mnany alumnae from neighboring cit-
ies. The main floor of the Whitney~
has been reserved as the alumnae
section and has been practically sold
out. It is hoped that the custom of
"Alumnae night" will strengthen the }
bond between undergraduates and -
alumnae and will promote interest in
the Women's league drive which ends?
in June.°
With the same purpose in mind,'
the junior women are presenting .liss W rzifta Savord
"Eight Till Eight" next Saturday in
Detroit in Orchestra hall. Due to the Business women in Cleveland, Ohio,
great number of Detroit women who have the opportunity to reside in a
take part in the play, it is expected new hotel, Devon hall, which has re-
that much interest in the production, cently been completed for them. It
will be shown by Detroiters. The is in no sense a working girls' club,
Alumnae association of that city has but an up-to-date residence, where
assumed entire responsibility for ad- rooms may be obtained at the price
vertising the play in Detroit. Junior they would pay in a rooming house.
women are selling boxes for the De- Miss Marzita Savord is the manager
troit performance. and her staff is made up entirely of
All performers and the necessary women. A committee of 20 represent-
committees will go to and from De- ative business and professional wo-
troit in special busses chartered for J men act in an advisory capacity.
that purpose and all women are ex- Devon hall is the consummation of
pected to return to Ann Arbor after a dream of W. L. Ulmer, of Cleve-
the performance that evening. A buf- land, but he lays no claim to being
fet supper will be served at the Col- a philanthropist. The hotel is run
lege club for junior women who make on strict business principles. The
the trip. Arrangements for the sup- location is ideal, overlooking a park.
per are being made by the Detroit It is hailed as the first step in soly-
Alumnae association, through Miss ing the housing problem of the busi-
Claire Saunders, '04,president of the ness girl in our large cities.
College club. The two large parlors, library with

States Hawaii Is Island Of Contrasts
Between Ancient And Modern Customs'

Honolulu is a very cosmopolitan
city, according to Ruth Chan, '29M, '
who is attending the lniversity on a i
Barbour scholarship. "I have never,
seen any place," she stated, "where
there are so many kinds of peoples,
on the street as there are there. It!
is all so different.s
"The older people of the different
nationalities retain the old customs
of living, especially their manner ofj
dress. There you will see the olderI
Chinese women wearing the native
costume, some of them still wearing!
the trousers in place of skirts, andl
the Filipino women wearing theirj
light waists of stiff gauze, full puff-'
ed sleeves, and brightly colored skirts1
the train of which they carry underI
the arm. Hawaiian women are seen
wearing the old holokus, which are!
long white flowing gowns. Korean
women wear the native costume of'
a full pleated skirt and short white
jacket. All oriental costumes arej
alike in their gay colors and varietyI
in style. i
"The very old people, those not
born on the islands remain among
their own people in groups, and com-
munities of Filipinos, Chinese, Jap-t
anese, Hawaiians are formed in dif-
ferent sections of Honolulu while the
younger people of these various na- t
tionalities go out and settle among
the peoples of different races withi
whom they have come in contact
through the educational system. t

"There has been great progress in
education in lawaii just as there has
been in th~e United States. There are
many public government schools on
the islands especially in 1-lonolulu.
The chief private school, Punahouh,
has more Aerican students enrolled
there than students of other races
(chiefly due to the high tuition which
is charged although children of any
nationality are admitted there. Kam-
ehameha school for children of Ha-
waiian blood has a large enrollment
and admits only lawaiians.
"The women in Hawaiian schools
dress much more simply than do Am-
erican college girls. In the two col-
leges in Honolulu the students are
more apt to wear dresses of cotton,
organdy, or voile while the Americans
wear silk commonly. The women in
schools there do not wear hats to
school as the American does.
"We have organized sports such as
basketball, hockey and volley ball and
the girls from the Territorial Normal
compete with the girls in the Univer-
sity of Hawaii in these sports. Swim-
ming matches are very popular there
and all large schools have their own
tanks.
The women in Hawaii have the
same care-free attitude toward life as
the American due largely to the Am-
erican influence there, for the old Or-
ientals did not use to think they
should work. Now they allow them
to go to school and prepare for any

Y. W. C. A. Y WOR KERiover a campaign of far reachingl Beginning their first spring activ-
TAKES OVER WOR Imerit. The past three years Miss Da- ities, the outdoor class, which was
vis has spent in Europe as the organ- formerly the winter sports class, will
TO FULFIL PLEDGEizer of private parties motoring have a steak roast, this morning, un
through France, the Pyrenees, the der the auspices of the W. A. A. out-
Work towards completing the $10,-;Austrian Tyrol, Switzerland and Eng- door club. Jeannette Saurborn, '29,
000 pledge made by Kansas City, Mis-|land. Following the open road brings will have charge of the hike. Anyone
souli for the League Building Fund'the traveler in contact with the life of who is interested is asked to meet
has been taken over by Miss Marjorie;the countryside as well as the great at 10 o'clock at Barbour gymnasium.
Davis, '13, in the absence of the reg- centers of art and learning, and all Food will be brought after the group
ular chairman, Mrs. J. C. Fuller. Miss the advantages of the small party are is assembled. W. A. A. hiking points
Davis is undertaking this capacity enjoyed, rather than the encumbrances will be awarded to any one taking this
even though she has not been actively of a large, unwieldy group. trip.
engaged in League work in the past.
Now connected with the Barstow --v - -- - _._ - _ _ -
School in Kansas City, as head of the-- -
mathematics department, Miss Davis BREAKFAST - LUNCH - SUPPER
was occupied for years with the Na- :
tional Y. W. C. A. campaign, and put It matters little when you come. We can please
- you equally well morning, noon or night. Our food is
always fresh andl our service rapid.
vocation they wish even allowing them
to go in for the work of the business I Ann Arbor Restaurant
world. All thos-e who enter college
plan to have a career although they 215 South Main St.
also have a desire for the good
times that the American girl enjoys." - --- -
It's Economy to Buy Silk Hose This Way
Three Pairs $20 Hose 450
Three Pairs$15 Hose,. $4. 00

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Hand Woven
in Italy!
Chouquette, Minette, Crochet
-- the handiwork of the in-
dustrious Italian peasant-
deftly molded and shaped as
only the characteristic in-
genlity of such modistes as
,Descat, Alphonsine and Mar-
cel Ioze can create.
Faithful reproductions re-
ceived today from Vogue
Hats, Garfunkel Makers, of
Fifth Avenue, New York, are
offered for your delectation.
$15.00

Dexdale, Wayne Knit, Cadet Brands
Service, Chiffon and Semi-chiffon Weights
Pure Sille and Full Fashioned
Women are finding out that this is the most economical way to buy
hosiery-first of all they realize a saving of 50c that way-secondly
they choose all three pairs, or at least two pairs, in the same shades,
thereby they double the wear of a single pair. When an accident
happens to one stocking, there's another to match it with.
here are proved quality Silk'lhose. In the $2.00 numbers are offered
chiffon and service weight in "Dexdales" all silk chiffon "Wayne
Knit"; semi-chiffon and service weight in "Cadet," the hose with
the pointed heel.
The $1.50 number is a "Dexdale" Stocking-extra-long pure silk
boot with lisle garter top. Full fashoined-in service weight only.
The next time you buy hosiery-buy it this saving way.

NURSES DEVELOP
SELF GOVERNMENT
In spite of its size, the school of
nursing in the University of Minne-
sota has developed a highly satisfac-
tofy system of self government. This
school composes the largest group of
undergraduatenuses of any school
in the county.':It is divided into
five groups 'which train at different
hospitals located intrMinneaoplis and
its twin city, St. Paul.
The government consists of a cen-f
tral council composed of the president;
and several under officials. These,
with the exception of the house chair-
man are elected every four months.
The house chairman is appointed by
the president. There is a constitu- l
tion and a number of by laws whichj
the nurses have to learn before grad-
uation. These instruments give auto-
cratic powers to the president. Each.
hospital where the nurses train is
similarly organized. The social life
is practically all taken care of by the
councils.
Woman suffrage in France is not
expected for several years.

radio and orthophonic victrola, four
small parlors for individual enter-
taining of guests and a cafeteria, oc-
cupy the lower floor. Five floors are
occupied by bedrooms with central
lavatory on each floor, nine baths
and 12 showers, individual dressing
tables and lockers for toilet articles.
School of Nursing
of Yale University
.fProfession for the
College Woman
interested in the modern, scientific
agencies of social service.
The twenty-eight months course, pro-
viding an intensive and varied experi-
ence through the case study method,
leads to the degree of
BACHELOR OF NURSING.,
Present student body includes gradu-
ates of leading colleges. Two or more
years of approved college work required
for admission. A few scholarships avail-
able for students with advanced quali-
fications.
The educational facilities of Yale Uni-
versity are open to qualified students.
For catalog and informat ioa address
The Dean
The SCHOOL of NURSING of
YALE UNIVERSITY
NEW HA'VEN CONNECTICYT

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silk to the top or narrow lisle servi(
82 to 10. First quality and sub-sta
traordinary value at only $1 a pair.

$1.00 Pair
chiffon hose,
ce top. Sizes
andards. Ex--

Rollins' Run=Stop Hose, $1.29 Pair
Full:fashioned hose with the Rollins run stop fea-
ture that insures long service. Chiffon, pure silk to
the top, and service weight with narrow lisle top.
Good color selection. Sizes 8% 2to 10.
Pure-Silk-to-Top Chiffon Hose, $1.49 Pair
Sheer chiffon hose, full-fashioned, pure silk to the
top. All the desired Spring hues. Sizes 812 to
10. Beautiful quality at a very remarkable price,

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