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RESHMEN w ru Inquiries Show Colle
,fUIMlLI NGood Taste In
JO HOLD ME[EIINB On the whole, periodicals of theJ
better type are popular among thel
1ligtLillty Will Not lar Women From1 students at the University of Mich-
Making Posters 4r Writing igan is the opinion expressed recent-I
Plays For Pgeant ly by the managers of several drug:
stores and book stores. Men read
more than do women, but both buy'
WILL HAVEFINANCE DRIVE good magazines, they say.
In one drug store the statement
Further plans for the freshman pa- was made that more good periodicals
geant to be given for the fourth time are sold here than is usual in a town
since its inauguration as an activity the size of Ann Arbor. While in
designed especially for first year wo- I'many small towns "True Romance"
men will be made at a mass meeting is the best seller among magazines
of the freshmen who are interested,
at 4 o'clock on Thursday, April 21 LEAGUE OFFICERS'
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. I
At the mass meeting Thursday, I W ILL REPRESENT
Dorothy Grifflth who is chairman of 1 MICHIGAN WOMEN
the poster committee will give in-
structions to all womiei who are con- Representatives from colleges and
sidering entering the contest which universities at which women are in
will close May 5. All women, whetherattendance in all parts of the country
ha 'in tthe requirements for eligibil-,will attend the third biennial conven-
, ity in the pageant dances, that is,'la ion of the Intercollegiate Association
C average including an A or B, or not, of Women Students, to be held from
may draw a poster for competition. April 20 to 23rd at the University of
The winning poster will be used as a Illinois.
cover for the programs and first and Evelyn Murray, '27, president of the
second prizes will be awarded. Women's League, and Betty Nutt,
Monday and Tuesday of next week '28, president-elect for the year 1927-
will be devoted to the financial drive 28, will represent Michigan.
under the direction of Laurab 1fle Peculiar problems of the small and
Chipman, general treasurer. Dur ig large universities and (colleges, as
this time the conimittee expects to w'ell as sectional difficulties, will oc-
raise the necessary sum to meet the cupy the major part of the program.
expenses of producing the pageant. Miss Anne Treadwell, president of
Announcements regarding the con- the Association of Women Students at'
test for the writing of the story of Illinois, will act as hostess to the
the pageant will be made at the meet- delegates.
ing by Eloise Avery. The plot of
this year's dances is to center about ity, intelligence, adaptibility and other
the Greek myth concerning Atlanta's personal traits which would serve to
race and all freshmen whether on the make a girl agreeable and at the same
eligible list or not may enter mann- time enable her to derive the highest
scripts, benefits from the place.
The snirit of comradeship among

ge Students Have 1 BASEBALL TEAMS I
Choosing Periodicals BEGIN PRACTICE n
In IPreparation for the Intramural le
and the "American Mercury" is al-. Baseball tournament all teams who c
most unknown, University students expect to compete will have the op-g
show a taste for good reading. portunmty to p)ractice baseball today to
Magazines such as "Sea Stories" and Friday from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock.!
and 'Smart Set" are not popular Practice will be liId at Palmer field m
among the students, although they and every team which plans to enter p
are bought occasionally. At the na- the tournament should make use of s
jority of the book stores, there is a his time to better themselves in this u
great demand for the "American Mer-- sport. The tournament will begin th
cury," "Golden Book>","Harper's," next Monday and will be conducted m
and "College Humor." A large nun- in the same manner as the hockey
ber of copies of "Vanity Fair" are tournament and basketball ,tourna-
sold to men. men;s were conducted. The notice an
"Cosmopolitan," "Good Hou:,ekeep-
ing" and other periodicals of this
class are sold in large quantities to
both men and women. Students do ;
not buy many movie magazines, but h r
style books are in demand among IR4
the women. FF

the schedule for the games to be
payed will be posted today in Bar-
:nir gymnasium. The diffbrment
3uses will be placed in zones and
agues and the different leagues will
ompete and the winners of these
;ames will again compete in the final
urnament.
This year there has not been as
uch time reserved for preliminary
ractice as before and for this rea-
on every house team should make'
se of the two periods alloted to
ens for practice before the tourna-
ent starts.
"Mary" is the most popular name
mong Ohio State women students.

Debate On Equality N 0 T I C E S
'17. re will ble a meceting of 01 ihesis
"Equality between men and women" tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Sarah Cas-
is the subject which will inaugurate Well Amigell hall. It is iportant that
women's debating into the realm of rill mebers h Ipresent as tryouts Lot
college forensics at Ohio State Ini- the Dance di aNswill be held. Try-
versity. The battle will be carried aouts will also be held at the next
on by women of Ohio State and women tneeting which will take place April
of Iowa University. 27.
The question is whether such
equality should be accomplished by Tryouts for the Freshman pageant
an amnendlment to the Federal Consti- will be held this afternoon and Fri-
tution. It is found that injustice is day from 4 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock in
shown to women in guardianship Sarah Caswell Angell hall. All women
rights, unequal grounds for divorce, who expect to tryout must wear
lesser inheritance rights, and limited either dancing costuni s or swimming
contractural powers. suits.

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Make Plans To Hold!
Ceremony June 18'
Members of the executive commit-
tee of the alumnae council met yes-;
terday to discuss final plans for the
ceremony to be held at 1:15 o'clock,
June 18, at which the first spade of
earth will be turned for the new
Women's league building, providing!
the remraining $159,000 has beenI
pledged. The exercises will be a part
of the regular program for alumni
day, by invitation of the aluinni board
of which 0. J. Ottoway of Port Hu-
ron is national president.
4mong those present at the meet-
ing were Mrs. Shirley Smith, national
chairman of the executive committee,
Mrs. Max Winkler and Mrs. Arthur
Vandenburg of Grand Rapids. The
proposed program for the dedication
service will be announced later, the
present plan being to start the build-
ing officially on this day during the
commencement exercises.
MARCELS AND
FINGER WAVES
Are arranged cleverly
to flatter each distinct-
ive type of face and
haircut at
BERTINE
BEAUTY SHOPPE
South Vniversity
(Over Sfidts' Supply Store)

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LI N G ERS
LESPOUDRES
COT-Y
O IN smooth, clear, radiant
skin-the beauty that
the softness of COTY FACE
POWDERS give in nine true
shades. And admiration is
more deeply ensnared with
the fragrance that is an in-
separable part of them.

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'ASILOMAR Y. CAMP these girls is one of the factors that
sIFis always remarked upon when Asil-
OFrE RS ACT VITIES omar is the tonic of conversation. The
location of Asilomar, several miles
Sand dunes, sentinel nines and the from civilization, "offers many diver-
ocean-this perfect' setting forms a sions. The sand dunes furnish good
background for. the many activities tobogganing, pine trees give deep
at Asilomar, the national Y. W. C. A. shade and excellent picnic sites and
camp, located at Asilomar, California. the ocean is an ever present source
Every summer numbers bf girls of amusement.
come together at this camp for con-
ferences and inspiration. Some of Freshman women at the University:
them are sent by ,the Y. W. C. A. at of Southern California are wearing
home, some pay their own way but cow-girl costumes.
many go as "Stuck-ups." These girls
stay all summer attending the con- Texas University has forbidden wo-
ferences and cnjoyin .al the bene- men to have more than three dates
fits. They earn their way by work- a week.
ing a few hours each day. These
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