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TT-ESDAY, MAY 3, 12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE FIVI

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Acion I, Represeiitattvo 'Of Allj
Vioeni f on Campus; Pledge Will
Be Redeemed By T1eni
EXCEED OLD QUOTA !
At a meeting of the board of direc-
tors of the Women's league held Sat-
urday, April 30, it was agreed that
the women of the University should
underwrite an additional pledge to
the League building fund to the
amount of $50,000 redeemable in
three years.
It has been the policy of the alum-
nae council from the beginning that'
the heaviest burden in the campaign
should be born by Ann Arbor and by
the undergraduate women in that
their immediate benefits would ex-
,ceed those in more remote parts,
and also to be a basis for appealing to
interested parties in other places. This
action on the part of the league board
is representative of all the women on
campus and will be redeemed through'
the efforts of all of them.
The undergraduate pledge for the
past year was $25,000 which has been
met and exceeded, through the con-
centrated efforts of the undergradu-
ate committee, the life membership
campaign and the special entertain-
ments such as the Sophomore Cir-
cus, the bazaar and the Junior Girls'
play. The present pledge will carry
over three years and with the interest
which has been shown this year
should be met with success.
Alpha Phi announces the pledging
of Edna Richards, '30, of Cleveland,
SOhio.
The fifth annual exposition of
women's industries is in New York
this year.

British Isles, Belgium, France, Holland
Are In Michigan Open Road Itinerary

Michigan's Open Road tour for un-
dergraduate w a n en , originally
schedulcd for a trip through central
Eurone has been changed and an iti-
neraiy including two weeks in Eng-
land, an eight-day stay in Scotland,
several days at Holland and Belgium,
and fully two weeks in Paris and the
surrounding country has been sub-
stituted.
Conferences with various women
students interested in a European
student tour revealed the fact that!
the majority of these were far more
interested in a trip such as outlined
above than in the previous central
Europe visit. As in the original plan,
13 women will be allowed to enter
the group which will be sponsored
by Miss Beatrice Johnson, of the of-
fice of advisors of women. The price
is slightly less than the former cost,
the entire sum, including aboslutely
everything outside of tips for per-
sonal service, being $860.00. Such
tips as those due the ship steward and
other assistants are already provided
for.
This second tour was only made
available by the combination of the
Amherst and Dartmouth groups. Neces-
sarily the time left for organization
is limited and all acceptanIces must be
in Miss Johnson's hands by May 15.
The group will leave June 25 and re-
turn Sept. 17, having practically a
tlree months' stay.
Among the high spots of the period
in England is a motor-trip for three
days through the Lake district, re-
puted as one of the loveliest in the
world. London will be well covered,
while visits at Windsor Castle, Ox-
ford, and Stratford-on-Avon promise
to fulfill many a traveler's dream.
The eleventh day abroad seems par-

ticularly favored. It is scheduled
ror an all-day excursion to Loch Lo-
mond, the Trossachs, and Loch Kat-
rine of Scottish fame.
The program in Holland promises
a fascinating insight into the lives
if the people, since several old towns
will afford stopping places. Belgium
needs nothing better to offer than
Bruges, often called the Venice of
the North. And since no European
traveler would be satisfied without
a trip to the great battlefields, two
days will be spent in Ypres and the
surrounding country. Geneva will
play the host to the visitors for four
days following the departure from
Belgium.
It is almost futile to attempt to in-
clude France in a few sentences.
Cathedrals, feudal castles, stops at
Bourges and Tours are all a part of
the plans. Paris will just be Paris;
students, fashion, wealth, poverty,
gayety, the Paris of old times; pro-
vincial Paris. A performance at the
Opera, a party and informal dance, a
visit to a master of fashion, Paul Poi-
ret, Lucian Lelong, or Madeleine
Vionnet, with seats reserved for a
show of fall and winter models-these
are indicative of the social activities
in store for the. guests.
Throughout the trip the Americans
will be entertained by students of
the respective countries. More than
a third of the time has been left open
for personal initiative, so that the
program may be filled up as the group
desires. The ideal underlying the
trip is not a commercial one; inter-
national friendships and understand-
ing between undergraduates who will
someday have power in their various
countries is aimed at.

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ANNOUNCE USHERS I Second
FOR LEAGUE PLAYS1Played
Cooperating with the alumnae coun-
cil, the undergraduate committee of Second rou
the Women's league is providing the ball games we
ushers for the group of Rockford ternoon, butt
plays. only two gan
The following women will act as Barhour won
ushers, each girl serving for five per- score of ;1 to 1
formances: Mary Bowen, '29; Jean for the Betsy
Greenshields, '28; Marva Hough, '28; iMiller for the
Ellen Groff, '28; Mary Louise Mur- I ter allowing,
ray, '28; Josephine Welch, '29; Phyl- inning. In thte
lis Richards, '28; Hilda Mary Evans, IPhi game, f
'29; Helen Rutherford, '28; Dorothy i played by Me
Carter, '28; Marie Hartwig, '29; Cyn- I giving the gan
thia Hawkins, '29; and Virginia Gies, by a score o
'29. defaulted tor

Round To BeCANOEING SEASON OPENS NOTICES
Off Ml~onday Come on out, the water's ne W. A. A. board wil meet at
The current on the Huron has d- o'clock tonight at the Green Tree lnn.
nd of intramural base- creased and safe canoeing is now pro- All freshmen who have posters for
ere played yesterday af-pounedaailable'sCanoe ave r the pageant lVoster contest are re-
on account of the rain baequested to turn them in to Mrs.
nes were played. Betsy 50 cents an hour. Blackburn Wednesday and Thursday
On Friday of this week, W. A. A at Barbour gymnasium.
. Frances Miller pitche is planning a canoe supper trip up Theta Sigma Phi will meet at 7:15
Barbour team, and Elsa the river. The association requires o'clock tonight at 814 E. University.
Delta Gammas, the lat- anyone who wishes to go, to bring There will be a meeting of Portia
three runs in the first a note from home with permission; Literary society at 7:15 o'clock to-
Kappa Delta--Pi Beta All those who desire to go, are asked night in tire Portia rooms. All mem-
ine pitching was dis- to sign up on the bulletin board in hers will please bring suggestions for
argaret Mac Nally, '27, Barbour gymnasium, an interesting impromptu program.
me to the Kappa Delta's
f 18 to 2. Couzens hall Three more games were scheduled Princess Beatrice of Wight Isle, is
Martha Cook. for 5 o'clock, but were not played. England's only woman governor.

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Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.

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May Saleof
FASHIONABLE SILKS
Our silk buyer and our New York office made
some of the best purchases we've ever seen-the
high quality of the silks, most wanted textures,
unusually low prices-all combined to make this
year's May Sale the biggest and best we've ever
held.
Thousands of yards of fashionable silks-plain
colors, printed patterns-sheer textures and dress
weight silks for every summer apparel need.
Especially important and interesting to high school
graduates will be the collection of pastel shade
silks offered in the May Sale.
Goodyear 4S
124 SO. MAIN STREET-TELEPHONE 4171

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at Rider's Pen Shop
.315 State St.

We Put Up Lunches
to Take Out
"House of Quality Food"
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Mrs. H. W. Cake is going
abroad again this summer and
will be glad to meet eleven
young women - interested in an

educational tour.

First class,

privately conducted, expertly
pervised. Phone 3597.

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'Where do you want togo?
Paris-London-Rome-Venice?
sITo the Italian Hill Towns or Lakes?
Down the Rhine? To Switzerland? <"
To Scandinavia? To Holland? -
Motoring in England and Scotland? <
Gates Tours
.visits all these places
Moderate in cost. Operated by a
company of establisbed reputation
(Founded 1892)
Gates Student T'nurs are ideal for
young people who want to travel ~
agreeably yet very economically.
For booklets & ,rtes ($485 to $1265)
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TOURS-225Fifth Ave.,N.Y.
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During Karpan Week
the Arm Chair $22.75;
rocker, $23.75.
Windsors you've wanted

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creat
Shop of Personal cente
Service lighti
subst

Conforming to our policy of showing the newest in style-
ions as soon as they demonstrate their desirability in the style-
rs, we have just received from New York one hundred de-
ful new coats, and they are to be sold during this event at

gniu e

antial price concessions.

This is indeed an unusual event!

100

1 Tew

Coat

Just Received from Our New York
Connections
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wealth of new designs and
the sort of sentiments that
just seem to "hit the spot"
stand out prominently in our
nev7 array of Mother Day?
Greetings.
We vant you to come in and.
see what can be obtained in the
way of a Gibson Card for your
Mother. You will be pleas.
ingly surprised with the new
creations.

200 ,Oats
regular
All go on sale at pricings which offer aston
mixtures, and kashas are the fabrics employed-

from our

stock

ishing savings! Superb satins,
-and developed in accordance

dicta

tes of fashion.
Modes for street, afternoon and dressy wear. Some plain tailored. Ot

twills, imported
with the latest
thers luxuriously

at savings

you've never, expected

fur trimmed.

"Quaint!" "Beautiful!" "True values!"
Thus shrewd buyers characterize these Wind-
sor chairs when they see them. They are finely
shaped, authentic in design, and sturdily fash-
ioned of birch, selcZed and seasoned, and fin,
ished in antique brown. Handwoven fiber seats.

The following

three groups go on sale offering the greatest coat values of the season!

$ .

434.50

$A .50

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