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SATURDAY, -NIAZ + 4, 192T

SATT~tDY, AY p4, 927THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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0 FE~ p~~[~ichganTour Wi11ISAYS WOMEN STUDENTS ON FLOATING1 Portia Wins Annual1
PB1[cig ee Student Center;K.UNIVERSITY KEEP MEN FROM STUDIES' Debate From Athena TIt
°.UT UNIII IUIIWOMENLI One ofhe1 outstanding features of Women students aboard the floating eign students who are I? 1cbu 93
the Open Road tour, in which Mih- university do not prove conducive o the women (10 not knowx ) \\ inii' in V a utitlnolia (el:ion,
study on the part of the men. This with themselves. At hotr1, els ~n, Ii' soeneeai iite ldebalediiitheas,
i ;ia~n as b tnhiveunte prisitestof
Katherne lim erlili,1 ' Was Last ia a ee ie h piie e £sttement is made by Professor J. are said to le an d the best ofcievry- I~ tena ears in ''i ualen dethelte f
HaodTabl of the faclty of the thing. This icoveiencesiI((' the prep,
fJ ue e f iprie fant tGnvth neiaioa td floating university. In his opinion, be- especially when accommoodtions are i tos; Te os h(in st e p Va- ie
~>u a~ ~ entcr All official student groups i a* st ie
viiinErpeudrteasucso.Iig on the boat for seven months limited. i hat that t he United Staes t i solR. - - ot t stfe
vistig uoeudrhcaupesf with the same roup of women be- I sasrrsn i' h iijlsnln ~fSt hn, e
ASSOCIATIONS NOMINATE the Nation al Student Federation oflgI:i .srrsn atta h ,aNw
at lastLiveday atcomes irksome to men. jority of those wol take the t lip) go inet eu tesrn ontutv
Unvrstqomnwllh liible Geneva. The thirteent undergraduate 3 Many difficulties are encountered not for pleasure Int for the sake f es01 * ie yth firttve r -
foUnrst th w$00 mpienwhcwill be of-women, who with Miss Beatrice John- (uponllanding in foreign prts. The men learning. Professor Tar'h itlmentioed fesr r ('(moI Fl Gtheic orfatie. ro
+ee n ~ 98b h soi-ison, of the office of advisers to women, ar eev a, ntrandh~~~h~tc~ii 'ngl ish department, Mr. Harry T. (
!erdi.Apri1, byteAscawilsiJue2hilrminhre versity. The first is that, it is a eal \ oinstructor in public speaking,
ti on to Aid -Scientific Research by willtsilution,27thiill'remin ther
WmnfrUticin nrsechafive days in August. the International Labor office are educational ntttohvgaftl and Mr. Robert Miller, presidenft-I
work The prize is known as thee El- They will attend meetings of the very impressive," Miss Johnson went tofitymstf vmaevrygolet of the oratorical association, act-
len Richards. ReaearchealyprizethandbisalLeagueof Nations school, which has on. Outside the main building on the professors. Nal alteiealat d as udes.
nawarded to s the c olle l gepe woman, or ,i men of international repute on its fa-I shore of Lake Geneva is a monument: subjects are taught, and an opport- 1The Portia tears was composedl of
thewrde n tfc esac okr culty. Officials of the League also and inscription to former President ity is given to learn somethling of the airth Lambert, '27. Ruth Fine, '21),
woewho is *udged to have give talks on the aims, purposes, and IWoodrow Wilson as father of thesceeofnvgtnadRhBnfe,'2; orsiks
among ojg achievements of the League with an League. The second advantage is that he 229. Llizaoth Wellma, '29, and Mary
made a permanent contribr1 ion to n ogetritrainludr PoesradMs mrwo floating university acomflshes nfl).OV (Ronald '30, representing Athena in
tefedosietfcrsac. standing than the average uivesty becaise the debate.
t The last recipient of the prize wasa Among the lec~urers of last. summer aeeretadsneeLau ok the students are able to get practial1- -
PKteieChamberlin, '14 who re- were Gilbert Murray, of Oxford, AIerenrtidthAmicnsuns knowledge of the economic conditions Honorary women's organizations
1 eived her master's, degreefmte fr edomnenhedo the ciofrI at' tea in their hotel rooms. They were in foreign lands besides stdying them a h nvriyo inst r
Graduate school in 1919. Among othersl Intellectual Cooperation at Geneva ms nhsatcaotteie f in classes. The third point brow ht cnoigasre flcue nea I
of the more recent women research Jules Le Maitre, of France, Prof. Ma i dnigteOe odtus(hto out by Professor Tarbell s th at thesosrn eis flcue nei
t inerntioal sudet fiendhip) ad iquette open to al women.
gworkers who have, received the prize dariaga, of Spain. and Prof. Spykman, itrainlsuetfinsis n university is certain to ipove sn e ____________________
'are Dr. Florence, Rena Sabin, Dr. Net- of Yale university. After each le-!fl' httepojc ilgo. every student will want to cap hiss 3pSl
r tie M. Stevens, and Dr. Eleanor Car- ture there is opportunity for discus- F u o e er oe noeducation by a years study cruise. W N D t es l fw~ m eea ad dt e so .M s o no ,w o ac m aid P u o e eevtdit e -x9
"honor, for yrk done in the United a similar ;group last year, recalled brhpiDetSgm Roon-
IStates. English scientists on the prize the active interest of Indian students bershieniD elt imaRhoyhonr-SUNDAY
Slist are Dr. lrtcBuhnnDr-ithsdicsin."eesemd Henrietta Houser, '27Ed; Patricia Sa
Ida Smedley Mciae and Dr. E~velyn extremely anxious to establish logical Hodgson, '27; Laura Osgood, '28Ed; W H T ESU D Y
Laing. A special , ward of $2,000 was reasons why India should have itsj and Norma Green, 28. All of the wo- _______--
granted Madamne Cutrie in 1921. independence." she stated. men were membera of the women's SE SO ' SUPREMEA T A T O
The awards were formally made on "The buildings of the League and varsity debating teams.SE ON SAR CTN
the basis of thesis turned in by the
applicants. Provision is''now made ___________________________________
that the women to be considered fore f1 !j!
the prize must be recommended by DO NOT FORGET
committees -or associations._
College women may be nominated
for the prig '~4~committee fom Until June 1 we are offering {
ed of wdm ib~ie tits holding pro- j~ an extra 1% discount on all
fessorships in the science departments 0 I
and women doctors of philosophy ora ENGRAVED and3=Y
of medicine, who are teaching in a4
science depar4Mtint., Nominations may PeRsoNalEaDsi
also be made by .associations of wo-
men in science belonging to the As-1/ YProaCrd Y
sociation to Ad..Scientific Reearth lass Announcements
1,y Women, d6i ftse engaged in scien-CorsndneStiey
'tific research not included in eitherCorsndceSaiey
of these classifications, may make® Wedding Invtations
their nominations directly to the1
Prize committee This offer is made that we may give you the best
x 100 Cards. andl Plate (Script) ..... .......3.76 s
SIGMA DELTA PHI 100 )Crds and Plate (Solid Old English).....$.76
HOL S I ITI TIO00 Cards and Plate (Gothic and. Block) ......3.76
H ID IN T A I N100) Cards and Plate (Shaded Od English)... $.50 t
Hundreds of designs from which to select ..*.k I ,
.sigma Deltrh honorary frter- ait correspondingly lw ,prices. t t f
nity of dramatics and oratory held0. D IV O R L
their sp r n' Itti ri at the D.lta. . XL
ammia hose Tbrsay,sMay 12 The The Stationery and Typewriter Store t
followintg, womnenwee adm itted into.' 17 Nickes Ai'cpde Phone 661.
membership: Pauline Jacobs, '28, Ad- .
ison Pelletier, '28, Marjorie Chavan----t
Bie, '28, Laura Osgood, '28, and Dr-__-®>
othy Williams, '28.
Officrs w,erea "eected for next ~year""
as follows:residet,'Phyllis Lough.-
ton; vice-president, Paulin'e Jacobs;
secretary, Marie Burke; treasurer,96
Helen Vos; martial, Vera Johinson.
- - - --- When downtown, don't forget to drop in atr
COOPR'SKITHENTTEPreketes. Try our delicious Toasted Sand-
wches and tasty salads, home-made ice cream MAIL ORDERS NOW Pace.-$u;.i, $27, 93.7, .u:30)
mand candy.___________________ ____
P REKETE'S
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109 South' Main St. Phone 21414 1'

American Home Cooking
Speci lwe. Dinners, Every Neon
and* Every Night.
Those N ew Chinese Sandals
Have Just Arrived
AChange of Soes
Don' Fal T Se Thm m~~sand .Presto---
on'tFai ro ee The Thespots fock soappropriate for the active
Atpatecspeatoin sports, becomes quite the thing for
GOLF OXFORDS with crepe
IS BOT ERYrubber soles, in combinations of
nA I-.-"G 'S EY 1 y ight and dark tan elk-
BOOT $8
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AN 0 T I C E S Regular spring tryouts for Masques
______will be held from 4 to 5, Wednesday
here will be a meeting of the boardjatewryhl.
irectors of the Women's league at
o'clock this morning inl room 1101 A nwv Kansas gamne law permits
nary. BothI old and new boar ds, aret I women to fish without licenses b'ut re-
d to bequirexs men to pay an anntual fee of
yir W0111011lit arc st edlin try ing-___________
for the Seiior GCirls' lplay are ask-
to meet at 4 o'clock Monday in
berry hal Coiffures Now Vary in the
--' Line at Back ofthmeNc
OPTICAL' It may be the modernistic
D EPAR.TM NTfpints, the eliptical curve the
11 , 'jsingle point, the feather edge,
Leiies and Frames or the part carried down.
)la~e t Orer.But the front is always 'the
Optical Prescriphions sanme soft, chic wave.
HAlleR'S BERTINE BEAUTY SHOIPPE
HA L R' te St. ,Jewelers , Phone 3S) -8. Univ. Ave..
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ANNIVETRSARY WEEIk,
May 16th to 21 st
To fittingly celebrate our entrance into the gift, shop
business in Ann Arbor a year ago this month, and to
show our appreciationt to our many friends who have
mradle our success possible.
THE MARY LOUISE,
GIFT SHOP
IN NICHIOLS ARCADE
wliohs to announce that the following week will be
BARGAIN WEEK
A splendid cpportunity to buy wedding and gradluation
p~resenits at. greatly reduced prices. Unusual' valuses in
p~ottery, silver, book-ends, pictures, lamps, leather, etc.
Not ontly merchandise from our regular stock, but !also
lovely things bought for this event.
COME IN AN]) SEE US.

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IMPORTANT
SELLING TODAY'
OF
Spring Coats,,
$24.75
Twvills- Charmeens - Satins
Tweeds - Mixtures
Gloriously smart coats are marshalled for a stirring
sale, Saturday ! We wish that fwe could hold the
coats up for you to see, as you are reading this
announcement! The sight of their exquisite fabrics
-their high-cost furs-would be proof positive
that here is a coat sale that is in a class by itself
for value, style, quality.
An Important.
Ofmfering of Dresse's
AT A PARTICULARLY
INTERESTING PRICE
$14.75
Enthusiastically we offer these dresses in a host
of new styles and fabrics, each an achievement of
what can be done in fashion and quality, at this
price.
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