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THURSDAY, APTI4 7, 1027

THE MMICHIGAN DAILY

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ANNOUNCE ELECTIONS TOR COMINGEYEAR'
FOR WOMEN'S LEAUE'i I

Betty 'Nutt, )Tarb'reHawkilis Betty
Smither, And M1arion 'VanTuyl
Among 'Tose Elected
W. A. A. ,NAMES OFFICERS
Betty butt, '28, chairman of the
Junior Girls' play this year, and leader;
in women's campwus activities, was,
chosen' president of the women's
League for 1927-28 in all-campus elec-;
tions held yesterday. She will be as-
sisted b~y Margaret Hawkins, '28,
elected to the office of vice-president.
Gladys Appelt, '28, was chosen by
the; Women's. Athletic Association to?
head that organization for the coming,
year, wt Betty Simithers, '29, as vice-!
president. Sarah Bonine, '28, and Au-
drey Wright, '29, were elected secre-1
tary= and treasurer of the W. A. A.
r :spectively.
The remaining League offices were
filled as follows:w treasurer, Betty
Snithers, '29;. recording secretary,
Cynthia. -Hawkins, 129; coresponding
secretary, Florence Holmes, '29;
senior, representatives, Elsie Murray
and Bernice Staebler; junior repre-
sentatives, Virginia Read and Jean
Hathaway; sophomore representa-
tives, Margaret Bush and Jean Wal-J
lace.II
Marian Van.. Tuyl, '28, was elected;

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Rifle Season ClosesI A. A. U. W. DISCUSSES INTERNATIONAL N 0 T I C E S ? hee will be a regular baseball
~ ()' I/flMENS E UCA IONpractice for all classes at 4 oAock
W ithClubElecions PRO LEMS_____N SThereION 1toay Regular classes will start after
Thee illbea metngof te vacation.
International aspects of college ed-dacco ite ofheFsmn Fierlinger o Czecho-Slovakia, andk Freshman women interested in
Officially closing the competitivet ucation for women were (discussed a~ Ambassador Timothy Smiiddly fromi pageant at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
rifle season, thbe Women's Rifle Clubi Ireland. ithe league parlors,rtn h yi frtepgattr
the bi-annual convention of the Amer-"A1 . 1I asked to call Eloise Avery, 21716 be-
held their last meeting of the year I soitino.nvest o Among the speakers was Mladamne Sopomre women desiring group fore vacation.
tcanAssc~iaici of "verityWo-Anna Bugge-Wicksell, member of theI
TheueesdsnonxtteLmemernSopth men, which met from March 10 tco{Mandates Commission of the League1 pictures of the Sophomore circus arej There will be a meeting of the Pa-
Apri 2 p Wahinton D. . lf Naion, fom Sede, wh man-;asked to sign up for them in Barbour, culty women's club at 2:30 o'clock
club present, and Miss Ethel MacCor- gAprili2mitoWas.ingtonreDa C.mofhiNationsofromtSwedenvewhotmain-
miickAMiss Annis Hall, and Captain "One whole meeting was devotedi taned that an organization of educat- gmaimtdy hr r un hsatrona h nvriyhg
Monroe Bricker. Officers were elected to international, fellowships, with the edl women might influence the coun-_a~e of pictures available.scol
for next year as follows: manager, conclusion that it wAild greatly fur- trLoearetexetinfvoef.h
Julia Mottier, '28Ed; secretary and ther scholarship in America to haveLeg.
treasurer, Merle Reine, '29; captain, more fellowships for American stu- Unvriyo Neasa ooits I
Miriam Hosmer, '28Edl. dents for study in Europe," stated Miss, niestofNbak srrteslwl dispense with oe house net, D
The club has decided to offer pins Alice Lloyd, of the office of advisors wll oe
o members who have passed certain to women, who attended the contfer- I

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v. ;members after having completed the! inal work among Amer ican studlents
ten lessons offered in the rifle course, is to he sought after. Of' the 68 Noble,
may try out for the qualification test. prizes only four went to Amr'rica
r On passing this test a pin will be I in spite of the fact that the United
j ,given to which a bar will he added for! States is more highly organized from
each qualification passed after the! a standpoint of college and university
first inaking four f *Nall. It is hoped education than any other country.
that this will be an additional incen- Thbievnoftecvninwa
tiveto ome wh areintresedundoubtedly the international dinner}
Miss Nutt was elected presidlent in ; in rifle. Captain BrickeranoceIonFiynghwngrtnswr,
all-campus election yest~erdlay- that there is good material for next extended to the delegates by Sir Esrue
__ __-- year's team. Howard, ambassador of Great Britain.
the senior jidliciry council member,N and( Lady Howard, Ambassador and
while Elizabeth Wellmann and H'elen Brunettes are in the majority on Madame Claudel of France, Ambassa.
Brown took the two junior judiciary; the Nebraska campus. dor De Martino of Italy, Ambassador
offices. More than 500) votes were cast
in the League election. __________________________________________________
IThe University of Southern Califor-
AnExusieA taT of
nia has p~ronounced1 the honor system
a failure. ______ Easter Frocks

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Cooper's
Kitchenette
Our Homne-Baked Goods
may be ordered for special
occasions. Tr5* it once and
you will order often.
South State St.
(Over 1)err~l iHPalts)

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ItsNot Surprising That so' Many Womten
Prefer Glove Silk Underthings

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MR. EASTER BUNNoY- ..
J-Ias arrived at the
Rubley Shoppe la-
den with the most ---
appropriate Aid thrilling gifts for, the Faster Parade. lie has brought
all shadeg of °'heer hosiery, brilliantly colored scarfs, dainty wisps
of hankies and a really unusual assortment of hand-painted EFaster
Greetings."

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At Easter time women feel
the urge for new firocks. The
new modes that we are showing
are so,; versatile and marvelous-
ly smart that desires are easily
fulfilled. 'We are showing many
smart gowns of crepe, georgette
and 'chiffon.

SPOLLY LITTLE
TEA SHOPPE =
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Spring Vacation.
2 Will serve regular Lunches, 2
-; Teas and Dinners. 2
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They love the
fortable under
the ease With
Simplicity, too.

Kickernick Garments, also many others, are tailored
of Clove Silks, iii the Easter displays.
"41(CERIC(K (OMBINETTE.S"-o-f glove silks in the
wanited dainty shades. Sizes 32 to 38; at $7.95..
(~LOVE SILK P~ANTIES come in the new sbadeg of
app~le green, flesh and peach, at $3.04) each.
GLO)VE SILK VEST,' to match the panties, at $15
PAJA3lAS of glove silk come in buttercup or shrimp
shade, also in black with trimming of contrasting
color.$8.
NIGHT GOWNS of glove silk in many pastel shades,
also black, some sleeveless styles. $i~t95 to $8 .Q
GOODYEAR'S
'12.1 South Main St.

clinging qualities that make it so 'coin-
the slim Easter Frocks:_ They; enjoy
which they can care for it-its tailored

TIHE RUBILEY SHOP PE
"IN THlE ARCAD)E"

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SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
MMf E. JOSEPHINE'S CURLING PRtEP'ARATIONI0AS
This preparation keeps bobbed hair
Q curly, and long hair wavy. It is not
sticky or greasy, and cannot injure+
the hair. Prices, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
-BOB CURLMERS to wave short hair
and curl blunt ends-fine to keep
- ends of "permanents" curly -10~c
each.-SLAMP00, keeps the golden
tint in blonde" hair and silvery sheen in grey hair, preventing yellow
streaking, 35 c-enough for six to eight shampoos.
SPECIAL-Mnme. Josephine's curling preparation, 4 lob curlers
,or beauty wavers, and a package of Mine. Josephine's Shampoo-
all for $1.00.-Mail orders 'filled.
(MAIN FLOOR ANNEX)

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c4 Few of the outstanding features
of these surpassing stockings.
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No run that starts above can pass
. r the gold stripe.
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The silk is 10070 pure.
Free dye service. In addition to 38
regular colors, new stockings can
be dyed to match your sample.
~Accidental runs reknitted, pulled
threads restored, new toes and
heels inserted at cost.
Wear., Gotham Gold Stripe Silk
Stockings wear better, no matter
what the occasion.
Price. Outstanding value at their
mg~derate prices.
SSHEER AND REGULAR WEIGHTS FROM $1.85.
I CHIFFON AND MEDIUM WEIGHTS FROM $1.95.'
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Nothing over $15.00
Petite Frocke Shoppe
"Out of the ivay, but less to lay."
308 Maynard St. Near the "Me. "
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