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TUrT DAY, MAY 12, 1921

THE MICHICAN

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ADMITTED TO BAR
FINAL. DAWTISFIXE I T D
WASHINGTON, D. C.
FORc MICHICAN TOUR

Eujopean Studsntl Will Be Hosts To'
Tourist Groups; Itinerary Will
'over Favored Spots
APPLY BEFORE SATURDAY
In view of the fact that much en-
thusiasm and interest is being shown
in the Onen Road tour for Michigan
women students, the committee wishes
to announce that all formal applica- i
tions for one )if;tie thirteen places'
Sopen for the trip must be in the handsE
of Miss Beatrice 1'ohnson, of the -of-
fie of advisers to women, no later
1than Saturday of this week.
It is well that many women who
have expressed a desire to accompany
the group on its European voyage do
not realize that their applicationsl
must be in at this early date.
Plans have already been made on
the part of the European student
hosts and hostesses and preparations
are under way for the reception of
the group. An itinerary forwarded by
the National Student Federation ofr
America gives a brief idea of the ar-
rangements for each day, although
fully a third of the time has been left;
open to personal initiative.-
The thirteenth day, which accord-
ing to superstition should be gloomy,1
presents a different aspect when plans,
read as follows: (Scotland) accom-
panied by Edinburgh students, the
whole day will be spent in visits to
the Castle; the Royal Mile; Holyrood
Palace; the Scott Monument. Here,
too, the group will be entertained at
dinner.
The twentieth day, which takes place
in England, will be spent at Oxford,'
"the world-famous university, that
home of lost causes, with its spires1
cutting the sky, its ancient serene
quadrangle, its dark rooms full of'
portraits of England's illustrious dead
who were once students in its halls."
The Hague will be the scene of the
2&th day, and there in the evening
with Dutch students a trip is schedul-
ed to the beadho ut Scheveningen:
swimming, dinner, open discussion,
and dance.
A rowing party ,with Belgian stu-
dents around and in Bruges, the Ven-
ice of the North, with a stop at the
"Lac d' Amour," will occupy the after-
noon of the 36th,, Y.
Five days will e spent in Geneva,
the International Student Center. The
program for this period has not as
yet been announced.
Versailles is the heading for the
51st day. The trip will be made by .mo-
tor with French ,students. From Paris.
the car will take the road through
the woods of St. Cloud. Sunday is'
chosen as the day when all the foun-
tains are playing, if possible, the
trip will be arranged when there is an
evening fete in the park.
Patronize Daily Advertisers

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Miss Etta L. Taggart
Miss Taggart, native of Washington,
is the first woman to be elected to
the bar association of the District of
Columbia. She is the daughter of the
late T. Taggart, for fourteen years
special assistant to the United States
attorney general.
COMBINING t PLAN
JUDGEDPOSSIBLE
After a ten-month test, the frater-
nity and sorority cooperative buying
association at the University of Iowa
has been pronounced a success by
Thomas E. Martin, business manager
of the organization.
Speaking in favor of the association
Martin stated that the average frat-
ernity and sorority does not try con-
sci ntiously to keep accounts, and
that the cooperative buying associa-
tion not only assists the fraternities
in their buying but helps them to
outline budgets.
On the Wisconsin and Illinois cam-
puses a method of fraternity buying,
called the Warner system, is employ-
ed. At Iowa', however, a new and
somewhat unique system has been de-
vised. The fraternities and sororities
that are associated with the coopera-
tive organization are assessed five
dollars per year per person.
The object of- the cooperative buy-
ing system is to stabilize fraternity
finance and to assist fraternities
which plan a building program or fi-
nancial reorganization.
Each of the Iowa fraternities asso-
ciated with the organization has
shown a saving in the food-stuffs pur-
chased through the agency. Foods are
not bought from the university, but at
university rates.

Says Chinese Republic Has Inaugurated r THETA SIGMA PHI
New Ideas ForEqualization Of Sexes HOLDS INITIATION
Invitation services for the pledges
Chinese women have existed for The old-fashioned Chinese girl was of Theta Sigma Phi, honorary journal-
centuries in the main solely for the i brought up from childhood with a istic society for women, were held at
propagation of species. They have liv- keen sense of responsibility. She was 8 o'clock last night at the Kappa Del-
ed, so Mr. Ray Chang, '28, says, more trained from the beginning for her ' ta house. Following the initiation a,
for the species than for the individual future place in her husband's home. Iregular meeting was held, at whichl
and in their hearts took the affairs She was taught all the womanly arts: 'officers were elected for the ensuing
of the species more seriously than that of keeping a neat home, cooking year. They are as follows: Dorothy
those of the individual. Their life food properly, sewing beautifully, and iliorehouse. '28, president; Gladys Al -
was bound up in a living tradition,) taking care of the family altar. When len, '28, vice president; Marion Ander-
which has played a large part in both she was still very young she was be- Son, '28, treasurer; and Mary Ptolemy,
spiritual and mental development. I trothed to a suitable boy, oftentimes '29, secretary; Marion Searle, '29,
They lived in a world which although one whom she had never seen. She keeper of the archives.
I beautiful, was far removed from a might be wedded by proxy, and mar- The following women were initiated:
life of romance. ried when she became older. Iler; Mary Boyle, '28, Marion Anderson, '28,
_.,_trousseau consisted of bed linens, Sylvia Stone, '29, Adele De Graw, '28,
FIND MICHIAN Wwearing apparel, and baby clothes, Helen Peck, '29, Marion Searle, '29,
FIIND MICHIGANII~t1I WYU1MEN~i~ enough to last her for years. In gen- Mary Louise Taylor, '28, Gladys Allen,
THINK MOST OF SELF eral, the bent of her character has '28, and Mary Ptolemy, '29.
been in a direction fundamentally dif- Plns were discussed for sending a
"What do Michigan women thinkat of men. delegate to Theta Sigma Phi national
about?" This lwas a question asked 1 In recent years this condition is no, convention, which wil be held in Min-
abou? Tis ws aquesionaske inlonger true. Chinese attitude toward
an effort to obtain what type of 'women and their problems has under-
thought dominates the mind of Mich- gone a radical change. The ideas that
igan's femiine element. The conclu only a decade ago would have moved Buy a
sion, founded upon interviews of var~ fall Asia to laughter and ridicule, are Corona Portable'
e , an intereting index receiving the serious attention of mene'
to the hearts and minds of the fairer and women in China today. Since the, at Rider's Pen Shop
collegiate species. dawn of the Republic, education forEs e
The first startling conclusion shows Eam s memr n
that they possess no manner of infer- more popular. At present, about two-
iority complex, for over three fourths thirds of the big educational institu-
of the number questioned claimed that tions are co-educational.
they think mostly about themselves! The most significant women move-,
Naturally, everyone thinks about per ments in China during recent years
sonal matters before anything else," are directed to such problems as: the
a fair one stated, "and I and no ex- betterment of social intercourse be-,
ception. I am almost always in my tween the two sexes, woman suffrage. )
thoughts! 'a new standard of morality which in-
Another based her type of thinking volves sex modesty, and sex modesty
upon the following outline, also plac -wich must be the same for both
ing herself first: "my thoughts are sexes, the enforcement of less rigid
first of all connected with myself, divorce laws, and, to a certain extent,
secondly with my ideal man, thirdly birth control through the use of con-
with ambition, and lastly with van- traceptives.
ity!" Chinese women are also entering
Other girls, although placing them- realms of business, and a great many
selves first in their thoughts, put of them have successfully established
clothes next, studies succeeding them, themselves in other professional lines.1 She Who Would Be Chic
and men last of all. Still another plac- Most of the leading figures are grad- Will revel in selecting a
ed her work as all-paramount in her uates of American and European uni- novel sports costume or an
mind, but on the basis of the person- versities. They are better prepared for informal georgette.
al pride and gratification it gives her work, so Mr .Chang says, since they She Who Would Graduate
to succeed scholastically. have gained a keener insight of the i
Really, do men play so important a work they are pursuing. Most of the inJu
role in the feminine mind, after all?, contributions of the modern Chinese Will not neglect to order a
Ask any Michigan woman! women are along the teachin fi-Id. cool, simple white dress to
---- be worn beneath her black
gown.
COLLEGE EShe Who Would Please
MEN AND WOMEN the Senior
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, will find the will select her Commence-
PACKARD RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place Gift al-
to eat. Under new management, and everything else new.R LH O P
RUBLEY SHOPPE
703 PACKARD"In the Arcade"

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SOME THING DIFFERENT
In artistic Vases, Bowls and Jugs for cheery Springtime
flowers. Copies of Roman pottery unearthed on the site of
an antique kiln-You will find these artistic in treatment,
surprisingly inexpensive and historically interesting.
In the window of
THE MARY LOUISE SHOP

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DRAMA TIC SOCIE TY mers.It was originally planned to give
TO P ESE T P A jthre performance in Detroit, but, as no
TO PRESENT PLA Y plays are given for the express pun-
pose of making money, the plan had
Patients at the University hospital'to be= given up.
will be entertained by members of I
Mummers Dramatic Soiety, who will N O T I C E S
present "A Sunny Morning" to them,
next Tuesday, unless plans ni - achane- m
ed. The play will be given this after- Members of the rifle team and club
nonatereuarmetngo imy fire qnalification for the medal
noon, at the regular mieetin'- of Mluni-
' -____-.._jany time between now and June J.
One witness is required.
neapolis, June 21 through June 24. The
convention is of great interest to all 'here will be a meeting of lortar-
women interested in journalism, as , hoard after the Wyvern picnic tonight
many noted journalists will give ad- l at Helen Newberry residence.
dresses. There will be a meeting of Mum-
mers today at 3:15 at the Pi Beta
Patronize Daily Advertisers Phi house.
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CHARMING SPRING
AND SUMMER
FROCKS
Our delightful assortment of
charming and chic frocks will

please you
frocks for

wear.

I Petite Frocke Shoe'
Pet "Out of the way, but less to pay."
308 Maynard St. Near the "Maj."

REAL HOME COOKING
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UTTLE LUNCH'
You may select your dinner or lunch
from our long list of good things to eat.

AN NO UC4ING
lOP CLOCKS
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NOW for the first time-
for the brief skirts of
today-hose that carry
the striking new note of'in-
verted clocks, like delicate
arrows in swift flight toward
the ankle below. And each
clock is itself an elusive
shadow-a shadow woven by
a new process into the sheer
chiffon itself.

$1149
Men's Two-Piece Athletic
Underwear ...............
Men's No-Rip Athletic Union 98C
ANN ARBOR DRY GOODS CO.
316 South Main St.

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TONIGHT at 8:15
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Players
The Rockford Players
In their most brilliant success;
The dashing comedy of Cellini and his times
- TOMORROW at 8:15
"reei oddess '
SAT. MAT. AT 2:30
'The Intirrate Strangers'

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Cool Tailored Lingerie
for Summer
$3.504 and Up

New - distinctive - tradi-
tion-breaking-hee are hose
you can not ignore! And
every pair is made with the
famous Gordon V-line heel-
made, too, by the high stand-
ards for which all Gordon
Hosiery is famous. Ask us
to show you the Gordon Top
Clock today!

Coals That Sold as High as $119.50
A group of coats exploiting the smartest features
of the Spring mode! In smart shades, in smart
fabrics priced far below their real worth in
this May reduction. Tailored with a
perfection that makes them exceed-
ingly chic........................9
Coats That Sold as High as $75
This collection features distinctive styles, developed
in Satin, Tweed and Twill. Soft furs, pert bows and
cever blets vie with each other in mak- $
ing these coats outstanding successes
of the season at this price ............
Other Coats at $25 and $19.75
Our lower priced group of coats includes a repre-
sentative assortment of all the fashions that are
smart in Spring Coats. Satin, Kaslta, Twill, Char-

Crisp cool lingeries, carefully tailored.

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