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ANNOUNCE NOMINEE[S
FOR LEA GUE OFFIS
Nomuinaffoilsmof Maor Positions And
Class 'Representatives Are
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GERMANY HONORS
WOMAN PHYSICiAN

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WILL ELEC T ON APRIL 6
Announcement was made yesterda
through the offices of the Women'
league of the nominees for the various
League positions for the year 1927-28
Elections will be held Wednesday
April 6 in booths placed in Universit
H-all.
The following candidates will run
for the major offices: President;
Elizabeth Nutt, '28, Mary White, '28,
and Jean 16k- '28; vice-president,
Margaret Hawki , '28, Ellen Groff,
'28; treasurer, E beth Smithers, '29,
Louise Cooley, '29; corresponding sec-
retary, Cynthia Hawkins, '29, Jean
Campbell, '29; recording secretary
Florence Holmes, '9; and katherine
Baillie, '29.
Two women are to be selected from
the following groups of,"nominations
for class representatives. Further
candidates will be announced, during
the week. The list as now submitted
names: Elsie Murray, 28; Louise
Briggs, '28, for senior representatives;
H-ilda Mary Evans, '29; Virginia Reid,
'29,id JeaniHlathaway, '29, for junior
representatives'; Margaret Bush, '30,
Helen. Norris, '30, Elfrida Peterson, '30,
and Jean Wallace, '30, for sophomore
represenitatives.
Pictures of the five caididates for
the offices of president and vice-presi-
dent, together with information as to
their work on campus, will be distri-
buted to a4lleague houses, dormitories
anid sdrorities prior to the election to
acquaint the, women with the nomi-
ees.. Al lidmen are privileged to
4n tihe io, anid everyone is
requested.t,4t in this particu-
lai' issue of women's self-government.
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TEXkkDANSA YS
SINCIRE, STUDENTI
O~NL Y L'WANTED
There are-three types of women for
which the Univerjty of Texas has nos
place, accorditto .Miss Ruby Ter-i
ll, dean .of-.women at that institu-
tion. One of these is the student *ho
has .iiot yet +'eachtl a sufficiently ma-
ture age to make wise, comxnon-sense
decisions. Another is the one who

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PARIS SUGGESTS PLAIDS, EMBROIDERY, Growing Enthusiasml
IT END BASKETBLL HOMESPUNS AS STYLISH SPRING WEAR In Campus Activit-es
SEASONJVIITH DINE R - - a soft.baske-ivave plaid of his :Ipnrc ICn c i-s and Is Sho-tn At Temple
wortedfo yor prig cat beaued iht wigt vwili ns whichreads.k
it is good style,"coify" andhand-dricatelytwettsmttTeplhreads.
Banquet For Winnrs Ad(1 Rmners .enatticc When wori' with the embroidery it- m students at Temple univer-
17) 11 Be Id Thtrsdl ay A some and at the samic time practical i side the coats look like the usual sity, Philadelphia, are engaging more
UP il Be9 PHll THuse tfrom the utility standpoint is Paris' soft tailored affair. When turned the and more in extra-curricular activi-
B Padvice to the fashionable woman. Of other wad they becone pretty short
course it must have big pockets and wras for ternoo ties, according to the Uversity
AWARDS WILL BE MADE raglan sleeves. Plaid woolens in black Seats stand unrivaled i Weekly. Temple university, says this
and white best Interpret snirt vogue. field for sports wear. Sli-ons hori- periodical, was among te first of the
With the close of the basketball If you like the showy novelty coat zontaly striped compete with card- he ctat woenites cag
season, the last games of which willh ae femt in i a ey igan jackets either plain or novelty- able taki g t in xtra-uicur
be play d this week, a banquet will Iai eny hoe i ivee beee knitted. Jersey sweaters, flecked with
lavishly all-over embroidered modlels.,ol etltheaKatens(ieth'activities as are men.
be given for all participants of bas- or gaily patterned knitted ones orI l senaton, swmi Recently the university women's
ketball in intramural and inter-class handsome tapestry weaves, prefer- latestt sensation. wswimming team won the intercolle-
games. It will be held at 6 o'clock ably homesAun. The furs which trim Atplast rainy weather has become time woanpiseitor The em
Thursday, March 31, at the Pi Beta them are novel toopular i Paris. Women there have time. A woman is editor of "The Tem-
Phi house. The faculty of the physical For dress, t;e black satin coat s taken suddenly to mackintoshes, and pler," the year book, and several of
education department, Miss Alice listed as a favorite among favorites. they wear them with as much pleas- the more important positions on The
Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards, Miss Bea- Collared with white run as it so fre- urc on wet days as they wear eve- Weekly are filled by Wmen. In ad-
trice Johnson, and Mrs. Norma Mans- quently is, it proclaims the ultra- ning wraps. Paris designers have dition women students have won a
field of the office of advisors to wo- smartness of the black aud white t d their attention to this partic- place on the Student Council.
men, will be present, as well as the vogue. Beige fur for the neck, with ular garment. Raincoats have also In a recent student campaign held at
winning team and the runners up in beige lining is the Parisian choice for appeared and on rainy days the streets Temple university the women stu-

I)r. Sofie Nordlioff-Jung.
In recognition of the Red Cross
work of Dr. Sofie Nordhoff-Jung
throughout the early period of the
war, the German government has
awarded the cross of honor to this
[ Washington physician. Dr. Nordhoff-
Jung is a member of the Georgetown
university hospital staff and has prac-
ticed in Washington for more than 30
yeais..
Ann Arbor Business
Men Donate To Fund:
Last spring, when the present com-!
mittee took over the work of raising
the money for the Women's league
building, the following business firmsl
and friends of the league campaign,
lgave from $25 to $1000 to be used ins
defraying the expenses of the drive:
Abbot Gasoline Co., Ann Arbor Dairy
Co., Ann Arbor group of U. of M.
alumnae, Ann Arbor Savings Bank,
IAnn Arbor Tims-News, Win. Arnold,
S"t. Beal, Charles L. Brooks, Calkins- ,
Fletcher Drug Co., Martin L. Cavan-
augh, C. A. Conner Ice Cream Co., De-
troit Edison Co., R. A. Dolph, Marie
Louise Douglas, G. Claude Drake,
Quarry's, Eberbach and Son Inc.,
Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Fischer
Hardware Co., Michael J. Fritz, Wm.
L. Goodyear and Co., Martin Haller,
Charles J. Hutzel, Jacobson's, Prof.
Francis .W. Kelsey, Don S. McIntyre,
Walter C. Mack, J. Karl Malcolm,
0. D. Morrill, Miss Bertha E. Meuhfig,
Dr. W. W. Newcomb, The Players,
Prof. Henry Riggs, Schumacher and
Backus, State Savings Balk, Varsity
Laundry, Washtenaw Gas Co., Zwerd-
ling's, Walk-Over Shoe Co.
The majority of these gifts were $50.
Now the alumnae council is putting on
another campaign for expense funds.

the intramural tournament, which are the springtime black satin wrap. The
Kappa Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha and evening coat is the latest; garment to
the major and academic squads. grow shorter, and Paris, now says,
The intramural cup, and class that "three quarters is the length:."
awards and numerals will be awarded I Made of metal brocades in very small
by Dr. Margaret Bell. Miss Laurie geometrical figures or unobtrusive
Campbell will speak on Inter-class stripes, the coats of the spring col-
basketball and Miss Pauline Hodgson lections often hang free from the
will talk on Intramural basketball,.C wearer in a graceful effect.
Team songs will be sung and music This season's ensembles display a
will be furnished for dancing by Edna fine aI'tistry in color blending as
Mower and orchestra. mwell as in styling. The mode calls not
Irene Field, '27, is chairman of the only for the compose of separate
banquet, and her assistants are Jess- colors, but it emphasizes the use of
ica Nixon, '27, who has charge of the various tones and tints of the same
tickets and songs, Frederika Marston, color. The smart tailored suit is still
'27, chairman of decorations. Aileen in favor. The spring mode says trim,
Miller, '27, chairman of invitations, trig, short-jacket suits ither of fine
and Sarah Boriine chairman of awards. twill, notably black, navy blue, or nov-
Each team manager will receive elty tweed are fashionable. Single but-
tickets for her squad which are priced ton fastenings compete with the
at one dollar, and must be procured double-breasted types.
by Tuesday night. Last year the an- The sleeveless jacket is the idol
'ual banquet was held at Joe Par- of the hour. Novelty combinations
ker's, the intramural championship in the line of jackets are the chief
cup being presented to Kappa Delta I{topic of interest among fashion crea-
ce-sorority whose team Ithis year has: tors.
again reached the final game. The de- These youthful jackets are develop-
decisive victory last year was over ed of every weave from velveteen to
Delta Delta Delta. chiffon and they are variously em-
bellished with handwoi-k. Reversible
Mrs. Mary Mitten, a Pennsylvania coats are an old story to Paris, but
sheriffeads raids in person. reversible jackets are the innovation

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Of Paris are bright with colors. The dents devised ingenius methods to Anyone who has not seen the display
newest raincoats now are made with raise their quota. At present many are and would like to order gloves maly
kasha of light wool linings so that working making cakes, candy and do so by calling M'(inns Miller 21241
they replace other coats on showery, sandwiches to fulfill their quota. Tern- or Myra F. Dreifus 7130.
wet days.ple university has ten sororities and
l also supports an scholastic )Ionorary Art-Episcopal church in Chicago has
May 1-7 is to be National Music fraternity. a woman as rector.
'Week. ___ _________ _____ __
CONSULT BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOPPE
AGNES McINTYRE

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When selecting Spring Clothes,
if you wish to combine the
latest styles with economy.
Agnes McIntyre
1ial d8
'.1 iNickels Arecade

Marceling

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Enjoy Your Sunday Chicken Dinner at
Tuttles Lunch
Italian Spaghelti
Steaks and Chops

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PUBLIC

has barely mtanaged to slide through
her final high sehool work, and the
last is the coed who comes to college
for the purpose64iving the life of a
social butterfly.
"The university is neither a winter
resort, country club, nor an amuse-
ment park.

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Lunch

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The,
Easterr
Parade
As the annual parade is seen prome-- -- - I'
nading along the boulevard Easter t
morn it takes on a lighter step, as
though all the world's cares had been
left behind. As every woman knows, a,
new frock or hat is most ip'spiring and
the new Easter costumes doubtless go a
lontg way toward putting that lighter
step into the Easter promenade.
Seeing Laster from-
the Fashion
Angle
-then, lies uppermost in the thoughts
of the smart world at this time. Among
the best dressed in the parade this yearI
will Walk those who have chosen their

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At that time all course tickets which have not been
allotted to mail orders will be placed on public sale.
Up to and including Thursday, March 24, orders re-
ceived by mail will continue to be filled in sequence in ad-'
vance of the public sale.
Orders already received indicate that the $7.00 sections

are exhausted.

The public is accordingly

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order seats in the $5.50 and $6.00 sections.

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