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THURSDAY, 7M AY 5, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThURSDAY, MAY 5, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I ' ann 0 00 University Plans To'
ApenLeague House
'IN PLEDI3ES 1111 [UH0i1Plans are being completed for the
1 equipment of a league house for wo-
men to be operated by the University

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Alumnae Council Receives Amount In
Life Menibership Pledges
To Wmen's League
CONTINUE INTENSIVE DRIVE I
More than $8,500 in new life mem-
bership pledges have been received by
the alumnae council office during the
last two weeks as the result of a let-
ter which was snt to all Michigan
alumnae who wegre not already mem-
bers of the League.
The point stressed in the letter was
the fact that only League members
would have access to the privileges
"which the building when finished will
entail, and that the membership fee
will be raised after the intensive drive
is over. The present membership fee
is only $50 and the $8,500 which has
come into the office as the result of
this letter represents 170 new alumnae
*members.
1Mr. W. D. Henderson, executive
secretary of the alumnae council, stat-
ed that the response to this letter was
one of the most encouraging things
that had happened during the cam-
paign. "After all," she added, "it is
the active membership that will keep
the League alive and growing, a ben-
efit to its members and to those who
come in contact with it."
As the last of these letters were not
sent out until last Saturday, more life
membership pledges- are coming in
every day and an be expected to con-
tinue for another week or more.
Interest Evidenced
In Baseball Tourney
As Gamdes Progress
In the secod round of the Intra-
mural baseball touraament played yes-
terday aftern on.at, Palmer feld. Al-
pha Xi Delta tied Zeta Tau Alpha in
one of the best games of the season
played .so fa % .,Up until the last half
aofthe last inning Alpha Xi Delta was
ahead of Zeta Tan Alpha by eight
points. Florence Clement. '30, came up
to bat and knocked a home run. This
was followed by another home run by
one of her team mates and before
three outs co,, t made Zeta Tau
Alpha had tied the score.
Zone 6 playing Delta Delta Delta
won by a score of 4-i One home run
was made by Eutrurla Doser, '27. June
Marshall, '29, pitched for Delta Delta
Delta and allowed .the six runs to be
made. Delta Zeta wdii from Alpha Ep-
silon Phi by default. This is only the
second baseball game in the tourna-
ment so far which has been defaulted.
This is a splendid record and denotes
a great deal more interest in the
tournament than was evidenced in any
of tie other tournaments held so far.
THETA SIGMA PHI
TO GIVE TEA FOR
PRESS DELEGATES
Cooperating with Sigma Delta Chi,
national journalistic fraternity, which
is sponsoring the high school press
meeting here this week-end, Theta
Sigma Phi, national journalistic so-
rority, will act as hostesses at a tea
for the women who attend the Press
convention. The affair is scheduled
from 3 to 5 o'clock next Saturday and
will take place at the Kappa Alpha
Theta house.
Mrs. John L. Brumm and Mrs. Ho-
ward P. Jones will pour. The rooms
will be decorated with spring flow-
ers and tapers in pastel shades. The
purpose of the tea is to afford the
high school women an opportunity to
meet one another socially and come
in contact with University women in-
terested in journalism. It is a tradi-
tional affair, having been started when
Theta Sigma Phi was still a locl
honorary. Margaret Sherman, 27,i
chairmnan of arrangements.

MICHIGAN ADVISOR
IS ELECTED HEAD
OF DEANS' GROUP
Following the practice of the secre-
tary succeeding to the presidency.,
Miss Grace Richards, of the office of
advisers to women, will become the
president of the Michigan association!
of Deans and. Advisers of Women. She
takes the place of Mrs. Mabel i. Heil-
ing, of Benton Harbor High School,
former president.
The association holds its annual
meeting on the, Friday of Schoolmas-
ters' Week each year. Accordingly, it
met at a luncheon at 12 o'clock last
Friday. Among the speakers who led
the discussion was Miss Beatrice
Johnson, of the office of advisers to
women, who presented a study on the
reorganization,. of the curriculum to I

as an experiment next year. A Uni- J.ohnny Weissmuller, champion'
versty owned house at the corner of I swimmer of the Illinois Athletic club,
East and South University avenues and beyond a doubt the world's great-
has been selected. This is the first est sprint swimmer, set a new world's
attempt made to run a small unit-. record in the 100 yard free-style yes..
the house will hold 15 students--on terday morning in the Union pool.
the same basis as the University ap- j covering the distance in 51 seconds,
proved houses and it is being watch- and breaking by a full second the old
ed with interest by many. !world's record established by Nim lastl
Money for the opening of this pro- year in San Francisco. The new mark
ject will be furnished by the Uni- was set during a special exhibition foi
versity with the stipulation that it women of the University the timers,
must be repaid within three years. The being the only men who witnessed the !
bulding will be equipped wth walnut feat.
furniture comparable to that in the l Yesterday's record was established
dormitories. The same University con- in a 75 ft. pool. Weissmuller also holds
tracts signed by the women living in the world's 60 foot pool record of
approved houses at present will be 49.8 seconds. The latter mark is con-
used in the University operated house. sidered the most remarkable sporting
Trie committee appointed by Pres- feat ever accomplished in any field.
iident Little to be responsible for the of athletics, for it was formerly be-
scheme consists of Miss Ellen Steven- lieved a physical impossibility for any,
son, Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Natalie one to cover the distance under 50j
Murphy, and Mr. J. C. Christenson. seconds.i
This group will select a chaperone
who will supervise the women in the Henry. Ford brought Mary Ander-
house. A number of application have son to Boston to demonstrate quilt
already been received by Miss Lloyd making.
from students interested; the house1
will be ready for occupancy by, fall. I'

WOMEN OFFERED NOTICES
SPECIAL COURSES
Today is the final date on w hich pa-
*Women in industries are offer ed.I geant posters may be turned in to
sumer oures n wichto tud !Mr's. Blackburn in the basement of
summer cousesbinrwhihmnositud
economics, English, and physical .ed- Barour gymnasium.
ucation at the University of Wisconsin
and Bryn Mawr. All manuscrips for the lyrics of the
pageant must be in, the hands of
Labor union employers. educaition- s Eloise Avery,, Betsy Barbour House,
al organizations, the Y. W. C. A. and before 7:30 o'clock tonight.
the American Association of Univor--i
sity Women cooperate in many cities I Freshmen desiring to enter their
to raise scholarship funds, and to
bring the school to the attention of larships pay tuition, room, and board
women who wish to attend. The scho- of the women who are accepted.

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GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR
MOTHER
The fascinating window display which
we have arranged to help you to find
Mother a nice gift includes the novel fiat
atnd pouch shopping bag in alligator con-
binlations, chic black and white. She will

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find it particularly delightful and ni good
taste if you add a dainty linen hankie to
match.
The Rubley Shoppe
"In the Arcade"

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TEXAS WOMEN. ORGANIZE
Women of the University of Texas
now have an organization, as the re-
sult of a constitution which was pass-
ed unanimously recently by the Stu-
dent's assembly. This constitution pro-
vides for a Women's association,
which is to be composed of women of
the University. Its legislative, body
will be the Women's assembly, whichj
will elect officers of the association.
The Women's association will have
jurisdiction over all of the women stu-
dents of the university with the final
consent of the Student's assembly.
Bobbed hair is quite exceptional at
Goucher college, Baltimore.

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Have You Forgotten Mother?
There is yet time to sqnd her a beautiful Gif4t Box of
BETSY ROSS CANDIES
The best of all gifts for the best of all mothers.
BETSY ROSS SHOP

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AU S U P REME DE G RE"--L'AUTO, PARIS

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and pays and pays. "
"Ah, that's the point. It's an Erskine Six and economy is its secret passion.
Don't judge its cost 3y its appearance."

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space with a hair's breadth clearance front and rear.
To match the spirit of American youth a motor car must
have "It." "It" is the ability to chase the horizon all
day without pantidg; smart good looks that do credit
to the intelligence of its owner and riding comfort that
wins a sigh of complete ease.
That's why the Erskine Six Custom Coupe is taking
America's youth by storm. Style conceived in Paris-
design by Dietrich, the master designer-speed that lets
you decide whether or not the car behind will pass. And,
will it stand up? Studebaker builds it-Q. E. D.
Take possession of an Erskine Six today. Drive it over
roads other cars fear. Forget the gearshift lever. Revise
all your notions of motoring. You're riding in a car
. that has set a new pace for others to try and follow.
The Erskine Six Custom Coupe, as illustrared, sells for $4y' f. o. b. factory,
"emphte with front and rear bumpers and self-energising 4-wheel brakes.

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