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WEDNESDAY; MARCH 30, 1927 ;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NATIONAL CONVENTlIN Play Final Games InATHETIC AdSSOITION A~ises Journalismu

TO 'PKTOMORROW!
De~egwntcs Frin, AM'arts Of Counitr~y
Discus, LEiucation

Interiass -L ourney [adr ns o Uo inter i
Final basketball games in the inter- ; UU LMINEL ) "Training in home economics and
class basketball tournament were journalism go hand in hand to make
played off yesterday afternoon and Nominations for the annual election the business woman to whom con-
all gamnes were noticeable for their th buieswmnowomc -
slownes wnd lac of ihe W. A. A. have been announced mercial positions are being offered,"
slowness and lack of fighting spirit. by Margaret McNally, '27, president
Senior majors playing freshman ma- of the organization. The elections will says Miss Marie Sellers of the educa-
jors were easily the victors of their lie held April 6 in University hall at tional department of the Postum Ce-
game and won by a score of 25-12. the same time as the Women's league real company, and adds "women in
Mary Allshouse was the star of the elections. Two women have been nom- the home economics field went into
o game and accounted for the majority inated for every elective office and the 1 commercial work when the business
of the points mae by her team. nominees are as follows: man couldn't get along without her.
The result of the junior major- President, Gladys Aupelt, '28 and "Journalism," she continues, "is of
sophomore major game was a victory Arlene Unsworth, '28; for vice pres- great value in any commercial home
for the juniors by a score of 31-28. ident. BettySies'9. andtllen

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DIPLOMATS TO ATTEND
University women from all parts of
the country will meet at Washington,
D. C., at the regular biennial national
convention of the American Associa-
tion of University Women, which
opens tomorrow "at the Mayflower
Hotel in Washingtoin. /
Mrs. Max Winklert has been appoint--
ed as the official delegate from Mich-
igan, and she will be accompanied by
Mrs. Wm. D. Henderson, Mrs. E. R.
Sunderland, and Mrs. Hugh Keeler.
Miss Alice Lloyd, chairman of the
committee bf advisors to women, will
represent that office, while Dr. Mar-1
garet Bell will attend the meetings
of the department of physical educa-
tion. Thie primary purpose of the con-
Svention will be a ,discussion of edu-
cation for vlomen in its international
aspect. In this connection there will
be an international,dinner on Friday
night, at which various diplomats
will speak, prominent among them,
the British ambassador, Sir Esme
Howard.
The convention will also considerS
the question of what colleges are
meeting A. A. U. W. requirements,
particularly regarding the number of
women on the faculty, based on the
number of women students. The con-
ference will draw the attention of ed-
ucators the. world over.
Previous to. her departure for Wash-
ington, Mrs. Henderson will address
the Michigan alumnae of Baltimore
tonight at the College clul?.

For Aspirant Who FACULTY TO PLAY
ome Economics Field, ACADEMCTEAS
Physical Education faculty has
challenged a team from all the aca-
stand their needs to assure them of demic class teams to a game to be
the value of the product. played tomorrow, immediately follow-
\"In other words," says Miss Sel- ing the all-star game. This team,
lers," people want insurance in buy- which is to play the faculty is com-
ing as in other things, and the bus- I posed of the following women: for-
iness man is learning that he can wards, Katherine Francis, '28, and
well afford to pay to give his custom- Merle Raine, '29, with Esther Middle-
ers what they want. Many positions wood, '29, as substitute; center, Nel-
involving this type of work are open lie Becker, '29, with Slyvia Baird, '28,
to women. Among them are tea room
managers, budget advisors of banks,
department store experts, equipment
manufacturer advisors, directors of W HITNEY
health programs, laboratory research,
editors of women's pages and direc- FRIDAY
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of utilities companies."
Miss Sellers advises a four year WORLD'S G
course in home economics for any po-
electives aids in rounding one out. k f. n 11i

as substitute; side center, Louis Por-
ter, '28, with. Ellen Grinnell, , as
substitute; guards, A111len Miller, '27,
and Arlene Unswortli, '2, with Mlar-
ian Reading, '29, as substitute.
Point system cominittee meeting at
4 o'clock this afternoon.
Lanvin has created an organdy
frock of rose-like effect.
Black satin coats are frequently
collared with white fur.

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THEATRE

The playing in this game was much
more close than in any of the other
games. Mildred Hardy was respon-
sible for most of the points made by
her team. Sophomore academics play-
ing the junior academics had a very
close game. It ended with a score of
39-28 in favor of the juniors. Both
teams worked well together and the
game was noticeable for the team
work for which all the players were,
responsible. There was also a lack
of fouling which has been so preval-
ent up to thi time. Freshman ac-
ademics played senior academics and
the game ended with a score of 36
to 18 in favor of the freshman team.
NOTICES
Members of the life saving class
will meet Miss Hall this afternoon at
14 o'clock, at Barbour gymnasium, and
at 8:15 o'clock Thursday night at the
Union pool.
The all star major and academic
teams will play at 4:15 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon.
All senior women are asked to be
present at a meeting for the purpose
of selecting a chairman for the senior
play at 4 o'clock Thursday, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.

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Grinnell, '29; for secretary, Louise
Cooley, '29, and Sarah Bonine, '28;
and for treasurer, Cynthia Hawkins,
'28, aiad Audrey Wright, '28.
Although every woman who is a{
matriculate of the University is priv-
eilged to vote for the Women's league
nominees, there are certain restric-
tions governing the W. A. A. voters.
Everyone must be a member of the
organization which implies a set num-
ber of athletic honor points, and also
dues must be paid. For those whogare
behind an opportunity will be given
to pay dues before casting their vote.

economics work where it is otten
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