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r, JANUARY 28, 1927



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AMNAE WILLMEeceives Irmportant
I Immigration Office

Exct 20 Representatives Of Alumnae
Groups To 1Be Present At 11d.
Wmeter Gathering -
Representatives from all nearby alu-
mnae association and a number of dis-
tant groups will attend the mid-winter
meeting of the Alumnae Council this
week-end at which plans for raising
the remainder of the $1,000,000 for the
League building will be formulated.
A many as 20 groups are expected to
be represented, and those not being
able to send representatives will send
i" reports to be read. Mrs. Myra 13.
Jordan will represent the California
The regular board of directors of
the Alumnae Council will hold its
regular meeting tonight following a
supper which will be held at the home
of Mrs. Henderson. Tomorrow noon
a luncheon will be given at which the
following guests will be present:
Pres. Clarence Cook Little, who will
tpealk; Prof. and Mrs. H. H. Riggs'
Secretary S. S. Smith, Treas. and Mrs.
Robert Campbell, President Emeritus
.and Mrs. H. B. Hutchins and Miss
Fandira Crocker. All are members
of the advisory board.
Representatives from Detroit will
be Miss Ann Benjamin and Mrs. H.
H. Clton; from Cleveland Mrs. Her-
bert Oaks and Mrs. Regina Harrison;
from Kalamazoo, Mrs. Charles Cut-
ting; from Benton Harbor, Mrs. Alma
Cress; from Flint, Mrs. Fred Flick;
from Toledo, Miss Rose Anderson.
New Semester Will
See Interclass Play
Intercl'ass basketball will begin the
first week of the new semester. This
week will be devoted entirely to prac-
tics but Feb. 24 the first bames be-
tween the classes will be played. Each
team will have the opportunity to play
every other team once which will
make a tornament of 28 games.
The winning teaift and aso the win-
ning lass will be determined by tak-1
ing a percentage of the games won..
The following schedule is that of the1
interclass basketball tournament: Feb.
24, 4-o'clock, freshman Maajor vs. soph-
omore academic, sophomore major vs.
sueior academic.
March 1, 4 o'clock, freshman major
vs. junior academic, sophomore maj-
or vs. senior academic; 5 o'clock, jun-
ior major vs. freshman academic, sen-
ior major vs. sophomore academic, sn-.
ior' major vs. sophomore academic.
March 3, freshman major vs. senior
academic, sophomore major vs. fresh-
man /academic; 5 o'clock, sophomore
academic vs. junior major, senior ma-
jor vs. junior academic. March 8, 4 o'-
clock, freshman major vs. freshman
academic, sophomore academic vs.
sophomore major; junior academic
vs. senior academic 5 o'clock, junior
major vs. junior acadeniir senior ma-
jor vs. senior academic.
March 10, 4 o'clock, junior major vs.
senior major, junior academic vs. sen-
ior academic; 5 o'clock, freshman maj-
o vs. sophomore major, freshman ac-
ademic vs. sophomore academic.
March 15, 4 o'clock, sophomore major
vs. senior major, sophomore academic
vs. senior academic; 5, o'clock, fresh-
man major vs. junior major, freshman
t. cademic vs. junior academic. March
17, 4 o'clock, sophomore major vs. jun-
for major, sophomore academic vs.
junior. acadenic; 5 o'clock, freshman
major vs. senior major, freshman ac-
ademic vs. senior academic.

Word has been received by Mrs. W.
D. Henderson from Mrs. Clarence
Cook Little, signifying her wish to be
:added to the list of hostesses for the'
:hird annual card party which will be
4ivon Feb. 9 at 2:30 and 8 o'clock by
ihe Ann Arbor branch of tahe A. A. U.
W. for the bonefit of the Women's lea-
gue. Mrs. Little is at present in Bos-
ton, but will return to Ann Arbor
Assisting Mrs. Little will be Miss
Fandira Crocker, Mrs. Rene Talaman,
and bthers to be announced later. The
commIttee in charge of athe card par-
ty again wishes to emphasize the fact
that all desiring to play who have not+
been assigned to a definite house
should call thetAlumnae council of-
fice at University 242.
Many of the houses have already
been filled but there still remain
places in the homes of Mrs. Little, Mrs.
I'lleophile Klingman and Mrs. A. J.
Ruthven. Two names were misquoted
1 in Tuesday's issue of The Daily, the
names being those of Mrs. Donald May
and Mrs. John Ehlers who are among
the club hostesses.
Women's athletics will come into
their own a this spring at the Univer-
sity of California with the completion
of the new Phoebe Apperon Hearst
Memorial gymnasium. The structure
is built to aecommodate 6,000 women.
It will boast of five gymnasium floors,
three swimming pools, and in addition
varicus enclosed open-air courts. This
building is the gift of William Ran-
dolph Hearst.
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An oucnS h ulunce ScheduletEt!fQEfif N Oftl TtttE fiIi C Ett fSf~l~f~tfff:: iI ;Ef1
Of Play Rehearsals IThe Faculty Women's clue will= SECOND ANNIVERSARY
________sponsor' a (dance for fa culty and alumx- ,
As previously announced, Junior a=. at 9 o'clock, Tug < , Feb. 1, at SALE
Girls play rehearsals will be continued Grangers.
continuedheThe next meeting of the Faculty =O Days- Feb..2-and
throughout the period of final cx- Women's club will be held at 3 o'clock
aminations. No rehearsals will be Thursday, Feb. 3, in the West gallery -i
held tomorrow, but beginning Mon- of Alumnae Memorial hall The art2 isCOUntf .
lay, Jan. 31, and extending until Wed- section will take charge of the me t-
nesday, Feb. 9, reheasals will occur ing and will exhibit the results ozA C I_
daily from 5:15 to 5:45 o'clock. Fol- their year's work. Portfolios from THi-E W
lowing is the shedule of such re- New York on mnodlbr art will be on _
hearsals: Monday, choruses 1, 2, and exhibition. = EDW. A. LARK 1121 S. UNIVERSITY
6; Tuesday, choruses 4, 3, and 7; Junior Girl's play rehearsals for
T h u r s d a y , c h o r u s e s 1 0 , 1 , a n d 1; F r i - t o d a y a r e a s f o l l o w s : A t 4 o c l o (k , : i t l i l E f E f E 7 t f t l f E E t t I E I E N E t I EE1f Elf EEHit fI EE EItI Ei l l 1
day, choruses 3, 7, and 5; Saurday, chorus 12 in parlor, chorus 9 in Sarah
choruses 2, 4, and 9: This schedule Caswell Angell hall; at 5 o'clock,
will also appear on the Women's chorus 7 in parlor, chorus 1 in Sarah
willalsoappar o th Womn'sCaswell Angell ball.
league bulletin board in Barbour gym- Camual b all
nasium. Intramural basketball gymes to be
Those women who find it impossible played today are as follows: 4
to attend a reheasal of their gr o'clock,Aelia Cheever vs. Zeta Tas "r
must notify Marian Van Tuyl a reas- Alpha, Zone 14 vs. Alpha Chi Omega;
of able time before the rehearsal and 5 o'clock, Kappa Delta vs. Kappa Al-
she will arrange a date at which the pha Theta, Delta Delta Delta vs. Kap ss
s y.KinmKounmessmGarments
Iabsence may be made up. pa Kappa Gamma. Tomorrow's games

___ 10 o'clock, Chi Omega vs. Theta Phi
A new double violet, wih exception- Alpha.
ally large petals, has been named after
Princess Mary of England. Cambridge proctors may demand in-
troduction to women anpearing with a
Subscribe for The )Iichiga n Daily, student on the campus after dark.

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We have a complete line, in pint and quart sizes.
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Outstanding among the entire-
ly new notes that' appear in
frocks for spring are "com-
pose" effects-being nothing
more or less than the combina-
tion of several delightful colors
in a single garment Some-
times hands of two or three
different colors are used to
enhance a dark-hued dress,
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Mrs. Anna Tillinghast is the first
woman to be'appointed to the post of
commissioner of immigration for the
port of Boston.

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With the glittering of beads on
formal evening costumes, shoes,
. too, are bright! Silver kid is
used frequently in step-in style
with spike heel and round toe.
German silver brocade is also
very smart in a one-strap high
heel style. $10.
Once upon a time' a scarf was
meant solely for utility. Now
it serves the same purpose with
an added one of chic, delicate
wisps of chiffon, blithely becom-
ing in Ilarmony of soft evening
colors or neutral tone. $5 up.
Sheer, iilimy underthings to cap-
tivate a woman's fancy----to en-
hance her formal costume. Wise
is she who knows the import-
ance of the fit of her lingerie in
the clli of hcr costume. Wise
is he who consults us.

For evening on's hose is of
web like chiffen--silver, the gay
color of a smart goywn or that
del cate shadle between pink
UId fl l1 hlqi is sponsored
for evening no mattsr what the
color of one's frock. Van Raa lte,
Onyx and Kayser hose. $2 to
$3 a pair.
The more formal the cccasion,,
the moira jewelry the smart
woman will wear. Paris decrees
no end to this smart fashion.
Rhinestone earrings, bracelets
and necklet bands continue in
favor, while sixty-inch strand
pearls are held in new favor.
A crown of laurel leaves is the
smartest headband. Sometimes
there are tiny roseiuds to give
a bit of color. Those who want
a small ornament' may choose
one that fastens with a comb
cr pin. $1 to $3.

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Delectable lood inan atmosphefre of glow-
"ng anGation G cad Mark' Orches
tra 9 to 1 Na cove, charge with supper
or equal order excert Saturday night oc

Get your clothes ready now so that there
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before the HOP.
Have them called for this week so they
vwill be sure to be in "tip top" shape.
"Our station in the Press Building is open
evenings until 8 o'clock."
Dial 4287'
or 21816

Evening Modes
For a Brilliant Hop Season
Adequately expressing the spirit of Spring, the new evening
gowns take youth and lightness to itself. Of soft materials such
as lace, taffeta, georgette and chiffon, many are brilliantly em-
broiderei. Others find themselves gleaming with silver paillettes,
beads or gold embroidery. Many of our newest modls show the
tight bodice, the skirt which flares, the uneven hem-line-notes
which the woman of chic cannot forget. Colors-livid or pastel
--from black chiffon to place flesh are here!

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A clever little taffeta evening
frock with bouffant skirt, tiers
and bows! An unusual neck-
line, that is high in front and
ties over a decollete back, $29.75.
Imported model with gorgeously
embroidered gold lace over gold
cloth. Velvet streamers form a
high neckline at front, descend
to a low-cut V back, and are
caught with rhinestones at the
waist. $99.50.
Embroidered with pearls, se-
quins and silk! Fashioned of
yellow georgette with a gath-

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Most essential in the finishing
details of one's formal costume
is- the flower on the shoulder
a huge fluffy chiffon with
its petals tipped with silver.
Charming evening shades of
chiffon and metallic creations.
$1 up.

Hearts and
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Evening Wrap
Rich blue velvet fashions -a
handsome evening wrap with
a blouse-back and cape sleeves.
It is lined with silver cloth and
has a luxurious fur collar of
platinum fox.

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