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TUES-,-DAY, 7MARCT4 22, 1927

THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

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A. AU U1WI TO CON VENE,
IN WASHINGTON; D, i
1'ii i Annual ('i4 vnflon Will beet
t,; tcl i , Hling 1Helaquaii1rter
At l Mayflower Hotel
MRS. HENDERSON TO SPEAK
Plans for the programs for the fifth
national convention of the American
Association of University 'Women,
'which conveners in Washin gton from
March 30 to April 2, promise one of
the most noteworthy gatherings to: be
held in the national capital during the
present year. The headquarters for
thct conventionl are at the Mayflower
hotel, arrangements having been made
through the efforts o~ Mrs. Herbertl
Hoover who will act as honorary
chairman for the affair.
The opening session of the conven-
tion will be heldi',.b Thursday, March
31, Wednesday being given over to
sight-seeing and to the general ac-
quaintance of the delegates with the
capital. Morning sessions are given
over to business meetings, the after-
noons being taken up.-with discuso
groups andl the evenings following the.
assembly dinners, bein& definite lec-
ture hours.
Thai discussion groups will be led
by most able speakers, among them,l
Dr. Ethel Puffer Hlowes, and Miss El-
eanor I. Burn, Dan of the Constan-'
tinople Woman's college in Constanti-
nople, Turkey, The evening lectures
will be delivered by such men as Dr.
Alexander Meiklejobn, while on Fri-
day night the International night din-
ner will be held with tihe AmbassadorsT
of the various countries attending as!,
thle ;guests of honor and speakers. The t
international program of the Associa-
tion of University Women will be thet
most important factor. in the conven-
tion this year due to tlhe interest{
arqused by the International conven-
tion which was held last year in Am-
sterdam, Holland.
Ann Arbor will be represented at
the convention by Mrs. Max Winkler,
Mrs. Hugh Keeler, Mrs. E. R. Sunder-
land and Mrs. WV. D. Henderson.

S. ILS ON THIRTY=l
3RD WORLD TOURJ

TMortar Board Sale
'of Gloves To Begin
Alof the sororities and dormi-
1will be visitedl during the comning
4week by inember's of M~ortar Board'
jwho will display gloves which the so-
ciety is selling for benefit of the Wo-
"men's'league. In addition a. booth will
be used to display the styles Friday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Any league house having residents
who are interestedl in the gloves may
ihave a representative; call on them by
calling Myra F+. TDreyfus, at 7130.
The sale will close Monday night
Iwhen all orders will be sent to the
wholesale houses. Minna. Miller, '27, is
chairman of the spring glove sale and
has as her assistant Mrs. Dreyfus.
The most popular numbers of the win-
ter glove sale w~~ill be shown a~t this
time, as well as a number of ne"W
styles recently received from New
York.
the college club. Wednesday night
March 30, on, the work of the League.
Mrs. Henderson will also speak at the
special Michigan luncheon which will
be held at the Cosmos club, Thurs-
day noon, March 31, with the; Wash-
ington branch of Michigan women act-
ing as hostesses.
There will be a meeting of Pegasus
at 7:30 tonight at Zeta Tau Alpha.
MEN 4

MISS cteleste Miller
IHaving already touredl the

world

thirty-two times, Miss Celeste T. Mil-
1er, 81, of Chicago, Ill., has sailed from
Skan Francisco. California on her, 33rd
tour. Miss Miller speaks six different
languages fluently, and practically all
her traveling is done alone. In her
travels last year, Miss Miler "covered
50,000 miles.
IMrs. Henderson, who is executive sec-
retary of the alumnae association of
the Women's league, will address sev-
eral of the meetings of the convention
on the subject of the League. Prior
to her stay in Washington, Mrs. Hen-
derson will visit Baltimore where she
will address. the Michigan alumnae at
MICHfilIGAN PINS
FOUNTAIN PENS
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HAILER'S
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Mrs. H.

W. Cake is gbing

1 PANDETAILS of Directory Proceeds1
PROPOSED HO0 U S E Will Go To League~
Developments have been made inI
the plan recently announced by the; Members of the board of governors
French department of establishing a! of the University of Michian club ofv
women's league house which will beE Detroit decided in favor of appro-r
restricted to women students interest- priating the club's share of the profitsn
ed in French. Thle house will be one I
in which meals are servedperal resulting from the publication of the
one holding nine or ten women. 197Aun ietr otebid
The French department will place; ing fund of the Women".s League.L
in the house a French wonan as'hs This was (one upon the formal reso-jh
ch " erona, and only French conversa-; lution of Roscoe B. Huston who has
io~ will be allowed at meals. In or-!
der, however, to include another group been very active in advocating interests
who might not be able to live in the! in tha work of Michigan women among I
house, it has been decided to serve1 the Detroit alumni.
lunches in the house for these, while According to the secretary of thehswolieateMion iletsoctoFrdik0.Btite
lunches out. This will afford the op- J amount which will be derived from!
portunity for about twice as manyi the publication of the directory has'
women to be accommodated as would'i not been determined but will in any
otherwise be the case. jcase be turned over to the League
Other details are being worked out. i building fund.
ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF
' r-TOI IENS SIi1k
No core Fer of Runs in Your Silk Hosiery.
Tr~iples~ the iiear o pure o' artificial bilk hosiery.
On sale at
CALKINS-FLETCHER
324 State St.
IMack Sys
c A car with good tires, good top and side curtains,
and a real nice running motor is worth just $45.00l
c regardless of the make,
c ~We 'have plenty~ of these cars in stock now and
you can make a real buy if you come crown here
and look over our stock of used cars.
a .A
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sales
SCorner of Huron & Ashley Sts. Phone 9314
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Eight women will be initiated at the
Sponsored by the Detroit Chamber meeting of Portia literary society to
Hof Commerce, Detroit h2as started aibe held at 7 o'clock tonight at Helen
campaign for the Women's League Newberry Residence.'All members are
(which will solicit men in the city wiho'urgently requested to he present.
have not already pledged, and the I Rehearsals for Junior girls' play
merchants. Mr. Harry Hogan is secre. for today are as follow--, 4 o'clock
tary of the. camnpaign. The work chorus one, 5 o'clock, cl~oi-u; three
among the merchants is being-headed and six.
by Mr. Oscar Webbe~r of the JT. L. flud- I Class basketball games today are as
son Co. Mr. Z. Himelhoch of I limiel- follows. 4 o'clock, junior majors vs.
hoch Bros. and Mr. William Comstock. senior majors, junior iead~eiics vs.
This campaign is being undertaken senior academics, 5 o'clock, freshmnan
by Detroit men entirely at their own major vs. Sophomore majors; fresh.-
solicitation, and shows the widespread, man academics vs. Sophomore aca-.
interest in the League work. demics.
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