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61UESDAY MARCH 29, 1927- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A1 x~ ILLBENFIT HEAD ADMI1RES
7 Y J s . ~ei. LWORKING WTOMEN I
rirs ifr~n~iI~J~fl (If a l ~ Ilype I1 -
hVI ePtii n tcnorrow At
PLA VAIEDATTACTONS

MAY ONRIUT HAll-tar Bat:sketball AS PATIENCE, MEMORY
Teams Arc electedFACTORS IN CHINESE
EX E S UND DRIVE )I, o (Dons Vi~'N me22{3' ig X

EDUCLIA T'ON
111 miembe rs of the life saving
ktiy o Chnas mst ro_1.class wvill meet Miss Hall at 4 o'clock
ndeif s plan 1to .0din this! Wo(nesday afternoon at the physicnl

Toinri~o' !nihtwill witness the
first P'enny Carnival ever to he held
on the M4richigan campus. rphis carni-
val which is becingM given by W. A. A.
ir the benefit of the Women's league
will be held at 7: 30 o'clock tomorrow
night at Barbour ,gymnasium. It is
hoped that the affair will become tra-
d.4tional after this year.
Organized houses including all so-
rorities and dormitories are cooperat-
ing in this carnival and each one 'has
charge of.-'n booth which will offer a
differ enl t0-t a 'on from all of the
others. Som<4o4 the ideas which. 'arec
being worked out for the differentl
booths are, a candy .booth. a swim-
photog;rap h )ooth, fish pond, shot at,
the''g h y trip around the
world, andl,,,a1bar. Dancing will pro.
ievide the entertainmnent in the evening
and will take. place in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. The charge will be five
cents a dance atnd it is open to every-!
one, including men students.
The final game of the intramura
basketball tournament will be played,
off during the carnival. 'The two con-1
testing teams are Kaptpa Delta andj
Zea. Tau Alpha. Frances Dunniwind,
'27, is general chairman of the car-
nival and her assistants are Mary
Allshbouse, '27, decorations; Audrey
Wright, '28, finance; Florence Hol-
mes, '29, dance; Ellen Grinnell, '29,
publicity; Velma Johnson, '29, enter-.1

______k et -1)211teams liave 1C(f o;n lincl h tle piiW'oaa tlmuhns~puJar edutiltonal Imovemlent of
During the next two weeks the $10 a're announced as folw:ea oa t' oftllo C('liit*' "' o l . 'thing the uineducated to read and
club campaign which the alunae ; he major team is Aheec, I ,'7!o eisn hln, lia\ag ie
\Van,.-ndividualismis strelsedVmore in
council is conducting to raise the ex- an1d the lplay r- on her tlea r wfo- ho mis : a ,)II , ->ho >(graduale S1 i(ient Ididuls istrse moen
zl this country than n China, sy Miss
pense account for the Woments league, wards, Mildred JHardy, '28, Anlle Zan- ,sLeii ~cutyfroil ag ui hwn oeta
campaign will be continued. Member- ci , '29 and Franc'es Miller. '2z. ), paia isIndu il that tm the usual interest intelligence is en-
Ship in this organiztifon includes a sth t tf ; cenIter, Alice 21{el pe, j.i)( t, ilie:hasUts i ei xour ~t~((ltwilAl;'couragepd and] advan~Ces more readilyl
lee of $10 payable to the alumnae! Jones, '29, substitute: side center. iii l11,15ul0( i. than his fellow, who needs a little
C'oiiiicil office. Nellie H'oover ''8 rnad V i'.l 2rcvy rv istan import f actor in!, more assistance.
The following have contributed $10 irs '97,sub~stitute;' glardIs, Nell hlt e dalitprgm of the Clhi- i Miss Wang expects to teach upon
or more to the club (luring the lpast doim, '28, VlIartha Ilobinison_, '28, <aud1I ese 5 di i h l itl ll1charac- her return to China and also to help
week: Robert H. Alber, Pauline P. Ile.)Iioi' Treadwcll, '28, 5su1)stitute. rs o sen1 lt~ for goodre, ad±ing and ,in this edutcat.ional1 movement.
Allmentdinger, H. H. Atwell, Benz' . writju ailitsi are nio< use only things
Bros., Blue. Bird FHair Shop, Richard Tecatino heal ,tr cd Inie it mmd b,.f Ie eoiiit teyd to memory.
teami is Mairgret Mcl ally, '27, w ho
l e trA. Bury, Brown, Cress and Co., Crip- is aso fo ~va-' d with Dorothy Dart, xnral r t( we od ts a ec ing reat
pelt's Drug Stores, Dr. Hugh Cabot, '30, and June Dijvis, '29, as a. sub-wr tu a~ti i
CetrW. Clark, Mrs. 1). M. Cowie, Istitute. The center is Quticenie Blirrko- 1 at iecte of the earnest student. Thes
W. *W. Denton, Joseph H. Drake, G. vitz, '27, ?Margaret Olilson, '30, sub- resence of numerous dlialects makes;
CarlV. S~e Ger eIIit (iiTItIto contdutct intelligible di: -
S. (Chubb, Cal .'Esey, Goge .stitute, side center, Evelyn Ogh 'orn, hp 1ii fomth vriu
Fischer, Alice H. Douglas, C. C. Free- ', MargaretStahl, '0, suberiutesfrom__the___________
man, Prof. J. W. Glover, Prof. F. L. D. guards, Frances Svckett, '28,Tar--
Goodrich, Aaron F. Gorton, GrinnelljoiFole,'0ad(yta aw
Bros., Prof. [R..S. Hawley, Oswald A. kins, '29, substitute.I G o o

eincatiou tlicfle, to review tfornm, be-

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jMuss Ehead ofwe
feeling MssEsther aH aeth"eis th
the ittsurg . WC. A. has for the
modern working girl, she asserts.
"Anyone who knows girls in the early
stages of their business career, eking
out expenses out of $18 to $30 a week,
can h~,ve only admiration for the
pluck and the good appearance they
invariably make," she says.
Miss Hlawes recently resigned as
head of the central branch of the
New York Y. W. C. A. to take the
Pittsburg branch. Her home is in
Rutherford, N. J.
The Rev. Frank 11. Anderson and
his wife, Rev. Ada Anderson, wereI
recently installed as pastors of two
St. Louis churches, and at the same
time their son, -Rev. Howard S. An-
derson, and his fiancee, Miss Marlowe
J. Addy were ordained.

P-rof. Win. H-. Hobbs, 1F. Roy Holmes,I
Bruce Jennings, C. H. Kaufmann, V.1
H. Lane, Mrs. George W. Millen, The
Mayer-Schairer Co., 0. D. Morrill, Dr.
DeanXV. Myers, Reniger Construction
Co., Frank F. Robbins, Saunders
Canoe Livery, Schlenker Hardware
Co., H-. H. Seeley, C. C. Sessions, Evart
H. Scott, Smith Tire and Rubber Co.,
Mrs. Mae Stenernagle, T'he Sugar
Bowl, Mrs, V. E~. VanAmerigen, Wag-
ner and Co., Mrs. Waiter Walz, Prof.
WV. H. Wait, Washtenaw Motor Co.,
Mrs. L. D. Wines, Guy Woolfolk and
Co., and Prof. .Alexander ZIwet.-

Mrs. FA. WV. Cdke is going;'
abroad again this summer and~
will be glad to meet eleven;
young women interested in an
educational , tour. First class,!E
privately conducted, "expertly su-
pervised. Phone 3597.

F';7I o i h'
The 'Training " school For
Jewish Social Work
Offers a fifteen months' course
of study in Jewish Family Case
Work, Child Care, Community
Centers, Federations and Health
Centers.
Several scholarships and fellow-
ships ranging f rom $250 to 1 500
are availaltle for especially qutali-
f ied students.
F~r information, address
The Director
The Training School for
Jewish Social Work
210 W. 91st St., New Yprk City.

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1 24 South Main

In the Month-End Sale
Just the Kind of Coats for Knockabout Wear

$5.00 or WO00

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tainment ;
booth,

and 1.ouise

Conley, '29,1

MAJORS TO SHOW
SKILL IN SPORTS
Physical Education students 'will
put on an exhibition meet at 7:301
o'clock tonight at Barbour Gymna-1
sium which is to be open to all the
public. This meet is primarily to test
the strength of the different classesl
in the different sports. There will be
a basketball game between the soph-j
omore. and junior teams and also one
between the' freshman and senior
teams. There will also be a volley ball
game and, a posture test.

(l . GNLAtiD
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Clearance Sale
oIf
Stationery and Novelty
Items

In these two groups are all remaining Winter
mostly Sports styles-Many strictly tailored
novelty woolens. Any one of these coats will
for wear on bluistery Spring days. Best to in
early selection today.

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Rent a Good
Typewriter
at Riders Pen Shop
315 State St.

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Ten (10%) per cent, discount on all corres-
pondence stationery, leather goods, greeting cards
and novelty items in the store. The stock is of
the finest quality of leading manufacturers.
Die Embossed Michigan and Fraternity
20% Discount. on all folded sheets.
10% Discount on all flat sheets
Shop early, as the supply of some items is limited.
0. D. MORRILL

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A Dine at
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The Teacher's Vaudeville

17 :Nmclck Arcade

Th'lw Tyeiril er anid Y htioiiery ;ltore

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Spring Coats
Smartly Styled
$19.75up
S Jor s coats in splendid var iety ... smart little
dess models in new designs. Many straightline
.~all..... others with tucks, pleats, seamings
and r-ow on rowv of stitching. All are smartly
styled and priced for you, from $ 19.75 upward.

End of Month
Clearance of
Frocks...

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A special Group of Street,
Afternoon Bind Sport Frocks in
georgettes, satins, crepes, crepel-
las and jerseys. Featurlng
square necks and bows, pleated
skirts, tiered skirts, in fact every-
thing that's new in one and two-
piece styles in~, colors of your
choice.

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SAT. MARCH 26

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At that time all course

tickets which have

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of Jerseys
At
$5.0

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allotted 'to mail orders will be placed on public sale.
'Up to and including Thursday, 'March 24, order~ re-
ceived by mail will continue to be filled in sequence in ad-
vance of the public sale.
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Orders alr eady received indicate that the $7.00 sections

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