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WO'MEN SET DATE OF
SPRING TRACK MEET
Practice For All Events W1ll f1 e Held
On tondays And Wednesdays
At Palmer Field
NELRIE 'NGVER MANAGER
An interclays track meet, open toj
all wonmen will be held Wednesday,
May 18. This will give an opportunity
for all women who have been taking
outdoor tack for gymnasium work
and any others who are interested
in individual competition to match
their abilities with the added incentive
of an inter-class tournament.
The meet will include the following
e ents: 50,yard dash; 50 yard low hu'r-,
dlis; running broad jump, hop-step-
ant-jump; 50 yard relay; basketball
throw; baseball throw, and shot put.
Practice fo all of these events will
he held at 4o'clock every Monday
j and WedneVay at Palmer field. Mem-I
hers of the Physical tducation depart-
ment will take charge of the meet.
FIrt'her information may be obtained
by calling Nellie Hoover, '28, track
mnager.
LADY OF LEiSURE
EXISTSNO MORE
Ladies of leisure, according to sta-
tistics conpiled from the class of '26
of Barnard college, are becoming
scarce. Twenty-one of the one-hundred
and forty members of that class are,
taking graduate work preparatory to
engaging in professional work. The
remainder are clerks, teachers, sec-
retaries, reporters, publicity agents,
decorators, designers, etc. Not one
of the whole class has been married
as yet.

HAS LARGEST 'JOB Bridge Teas Increase AMERICAN STYLE EXPERTS QUESTION "Faust" Ticket Sale N O T I C ES
OF HOUSEKEEPING - -~ SUPERIORITY OF PARISIAN DESIGNERS;- . n
OF HOUEKEEPING Fund Of League To Net League $8OO All tickets and money for "fau
IN UNITED STATES' must be turned into Margaret Me
Can America compete with Paris in women to wear the adaptations andIMrh ok uligbfr
More than $450 was added to the Wo-Fashion making? It appears that eI)roductios. Which looks the Although all of the money from the at Martha Cook building before
morrow night.
: men's league fund yesterday wheni there is a growing group of style smarter depends upon how well each ticket sale has not been turned in, Final tryouts for the freshman
13 women's houses entertained at "nationalists" among our own women is worn and how becoming the gar- the profits which will go to the geant will be held at 4 o'clock
a v ., . .. . bridge teas, as part of the undergrad- who claim with vehemence that we ment may be to the wearer, whether
nate campaign program. Spring flow- are just as original and far more ef- it is import orreproduction.Americasshownguf "F ' at H dti- is absolutely o the last time that fre
ers were of coures the evailindecficient in catching that subtle "It is an obvious fact that Americasowing oFaus"at Hill auditor1- msnaboella e thatr
orations at most of the affairs and re- "something" in wearing apparel can create and make fashions that um, will exceed $800. The success of menrwom E ve te mpstuw
freshments were served after the called "style" than the far and long- are good fashions. No one who is in this project was due to the combined e ther oat c verone st must
x r4 (bridge games. At Martha Cook Build- famed Parisian designers. This fac- the 'know' of fashion questions it. efforts of the alumnae ouncil ad eit
ing a program of stunts which in- tion cites as proof the reproduction of So can New York state, Florida, and the undergraduate campaign commit
cluded a ukelele glee club and an French creations as worn by our own California probably make good cars'
impersonation of the Duncan sisters American models who have some un- but that doesn't alter the fact that De- tee. Marjorie Miller, '27, was chair- A group of Kansas co-eds have
man of the Work which the under- flited a penalty on themselves.
relieved the afternoon of solid bridget canny faculty of niaking the gown troit is the center of car designing women did to put the pro- violating rules regarding dance
playing. unrecognizable from the one originat- i and manufacturing and probably will graduatewo mntruse tendance
The houses entertaining were: Hel- ed in. Paris. As a result of observa- !be until apples grow on the lilac d
tion they are intent upon establishing tree.' Just so with Paris. It is, al-
en Newberry Residence, with 10 ta- complete independence for America in ;ways has been, and-who knows?- 'ANDYSOD
bfes; Adelia Cheever House, 10 tables; the creation of her own styles. probably will be for some time the
Alpha Xi Delta, 16 tables; Kapp Answers and refutation of the argu- center and source of fashion. They
yAlpha Theta, 12; Gamma Phi Beta, have been at it longer than we have
110; Delta Zeta, 12; Alpha Phi, 8; Del-I ments used by American style inde- ha ben e at it nr than h
tapendents are made by Helen Comne- and more are at it, no 'doubt, than!
to Delta Delta, 15; Kappa Kappa Gam--e lius in the Detroit Saturday Night in this country, so far as designing
ma, 15; Alpha Omicron Pi, 10; Pi for March 26 She says and creating fashions are concerned."
{ Beta Phi, 18; Theta Phi Alpha, 8. Miss Cornelius goes on to explain
Several of the houses included in When French originals are shown that although styles will no doubt
Marie411the makeup of their bridge tables hf this country it is not with any idea continue to !be ;designed at Paris,
of showing America up,' as it were,
Cell-known guests from out of town bo hen tra to s t whae the comparative uniformity of the
Contributing to the interest being d Ann Arbor. They ere: Adelia but on the contrary to show what a fashion keynote today makes it im-
given at this time of year to voca- Cheever, entertaining Mrs. Ray Dolph,' a is doing in her rodu of Fre possible for the French to dictate to
tions for wonen comes the story of and Mrs. Carl Stuhrbert; Kappa creations.s a wmSls o att
Miss Marie Glinn of New York City Alpha Theta, Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, "hatsis one reason why the indi-satimati- -
who is probably possessor of one of and Mrs. J. J. Walfer; Gamma Phi vidual ,only tan wear the French cally, and become almost automatical-
earestjobs' o "sekeein in eailarch,and Mrs. ogiial wellit is because she has y iversal throughout mostiall
WadGbo;KpaKpaGma the 'French manner,' 'the French air,' countries wihueFac st ..
a Mrs. John Suildwall, and Mrs. Stan- if you will, or whatever it is that en-m
She is interior decorator and pur-ley Stevens; Pi Beta Phi, Mrs. Archi- ables that French woman to look so
chasing agent for the seven Allerton bald Diack, and Mrs. Palmer Chris- smart in her clothes. But it remains e r
Club residences in New Yorj, Chi- tian. for the greater mass of American assume the privilege of date-making
for three days each spring.
cago, New York and Cleveland.

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With Knee Clocks

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MODELS IN
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Choosing One's Spring Shoes
widels varied, and presenting every good style for the Spring and
Summer season, the smartest shoes are here for your choosing.
Choice is pactically unlimited. Everyone's preference is almost
certain to lbe met. For here you will find the novel and new, the
conservative, the practical and the picturesque.
With such variety awaiting, one dispelis the bugaboo
f fruitless searching and looks forward with pleasant
anticipation to choose warm weather footwear.
hoP-The leopatra . . . Latest in sandals .
Widl Developed in parchment and grey or black and
white . . . . Very fine fitting . . . ..r $10
CoeipLeft-The Millie.......... New parchment calf
oxford with rose blush . . . New tear drop
eyelets . . . . $
offgitt-The Adoree . . . . Grey kid oxford with
grey gingham kid trimming at the eyelets
Medium heel . . . . $10

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