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LEAGUE TO ENTERTAINAverage Student Ne
T TS According To Car
Y1 hether or not history repeats it-
sell is a question to be debated when
Ifonorable hatchets, symbols of one takes into account student living,
George Washington, will be the means expenses. According to statistics col-
of introduction at the first League lected early in the history of this Un-
party of the second semester which is iversisy a student could manage on
being held at 4 o'clock today in Sarah anywhere from $80 to $100 a year, and
Caswell Angell hall. Each of the now the amount necessary to comfort-
guests will wear a cardboard hatchet able living is, on the average, ten
carrying her name, so that the new times as large, and shows no signs of
women will be able to .get acquainted dwindling. According to the Carleton-
rapidly with the older students. ian, the official student publication of
An official committee, consisting of Carleton college, Northfield, Minn.,
well known University women, will conditions are the same in smaller
"cut in" on dances, in order that they colleges. A budget class of the col-
may meet as many of the new fresh- lege recently made a survey of the
men as possible. expenses of the women students and
Flags and patriotically colored bal- discovered that the average individual
loons will decorate the room, doing required $1,000 a year to attend col-
homage as well to Washington's birth- lege-
day. Excellent music has been assur- The data which was taken from the
ed by Bob Bowers, who will direct expense accounts of 104 women divid-
Carl Lundquist's orchestra. ed, among the four classes in the fol-j
Members of the office of advisers to lowing order: Seniors, 31, juniors 27,
women, the League office, and the phy- sophomores 20, and freshmen 26. The
sical education department have been intention at the time of the survey
invited to attend. was made was to include all items
that could not be definitelydetermined
Cnh.erhA fr the Michigan Daily. before coming to Carleton and to this
the 104 represented in fair distribution $18 for upperclassmen and $5 for
the various income levels. Not more freshmen; for recreation, $65 for up-
leton College Survey tha " 10er cent of the material was various items are as follows: For
Stakenfrom carefully kept accounts but perclassmen and $41. This brings the
it was interesting to note that the es- total of expenditures outside of neces-
end the items included were: clothing timates did not deviate markedly from sary college fees to $140 for seniors,
other than that furnished at home, the actual accounts. The results, how- $145 for juniors, $146 for sophomores,
ever, are to be considered as sugges- and $131 for freshmen.
sravl e t vacaontrip, b s a tive rather than authoritative. It appears from the results of the
supplies, dues, contributions and gifts, ( The freshman expenses were given Carleton college questionnaire thatI
recreation, health and sundries. Cloth- for only one semester. In estimating $1,000 a year is the normal amount ne-
ing was not included in the tabulation hem for the year it was remembered cessary, Some spend more than oth-
of the returns, however, since it was that subscriptions and similar items ersas She m nd more t a
foud tat evralhadmad lrgead- pid the first semester were for thle ers, as the minimums in every case
found that several had made large ad-° paidtertsmstrwr o h indicates, but an even guess, exclusive
ditions to their wardrobes since com- year. The most marked difference be- of wardrobe is $1,000.
ing to college. The item of week-end tween the expenses of the freshmen
travel varied from $4 to $100, the lat- and upper class girls is in dues, since
ter item being for those who made the the freshmen are not members of ;he j A Paramount producer demands
trip to the Northwestern and Coe foot- societies. screen beauty contestants to go
ball games. The average expenditures for the through magnifying tests in the fu-
The reports turned in indicated that books and supplies, $40; for dues, ture.
Junior Girls' play rehearsals for to-
day are: 4 o'clock, chorus 12 in par-
lor, chorus 9 in Saral Caswell Angell
hall; at 5 o'clock, chorus 1 in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, and chorus 7 in
Junior Girls' play rehearsals for
Saturday are as follows: 8:30, chor-
us 4b in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
and choruses 9 and 10 in parlor; 9:30,
choruses 1 and 7 in parlor, chorus 2
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, at 11
o'clock, chorus 3 in Sarah Caswell'
Angell hall, and choruses 5 and 6 in
parlor; at 1:30, choruses 12 in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
There will be a meeting of the
board of directors of the Women's
League at 9 o'clock tomorrow.
Last opportunity for class basket-
ball practice will be tomorrow when
the freshman majors and sophomore
majors meet at 9 o'clock, the sopho-
more academics and freshman acad-
emic at 9:45 o'clock, the senior majors
and senior academics at 10:30 o'clock
and the junior academics and junior
majors at 11:15 o'clock.
TRADE M'~RK RG. .S.PAT. OFT
CORNWELL COAL - COKE
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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A New Spring
A Strip Pump in a new
combination of leathers
that makes it the prettiest
shoe you have ever seen.
It comes in Parchment
Kid, trimmed with brown
Valencia kid, also in Shell
Grey Kid trimmed with
Blue Valencia Kid.
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CORNWELL COAL - COKE
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones, Office: 4551-4552 Yard Office : 5152
For Shoe and Garment Style, the Less the Better-
For Spring, skirts are even briefer, fabrics sheerer, and what you wear under-
neath reduced to a mere wisp of chiffon. Shoes must be as light and dainty
as the clothes you wear. It is hard to find shoes as smartly new as Walk-Overs.
It is impossible to find dainty shoes created with the same skill and artistry
that make Walk-Overs keep the smart and dainty style you want them for.
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R. J. HOFFTETTER
11;iSouth Main Street
The Style Sholp
on the Diagonal
Will Wear This Spring
Bidding for favor -are these clever hat creations.
You will wear them, because they are the mode.
They overcome every resistance you may have,
since they are chic-and the mode! Straw braids,
felts, silks, milans, etc. Range of colors as prolific
as the rainbow's hues. Come and choose yours!
"The Best Place to Shop After All."
323 South Main St.
The Suit Returns to Fashion!
1SUIT SW 9
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The Shop of
Blues in fine
r MAY WE COUNT ON
YOU TO VISIT US?
;.. OUR SPRING FASH-
IONS WILL LURE YOU
WITH THEIR BEAU-
TY AND VIVACITY.
PRICES, TO BE SURE,
ARE VERY MODER-
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Men's wear suitings in custom
weaves, tweeds and Oxfords-The compose
plaid skirt and monotone coat. Chic details.
$17.95 and $24.95
Dresses, Suits, Spring. Coats and Hats
will be paraded on the campus this
Spring. You will have new ones, of
course, but you should see to it now
that the old ones are touched up a bit.
With the first breath of Spring, thoughts
turn to Spring clothes.
You can be outstanding in your dress
if you keep your good looking clothes
in the best condition.
Our Press Building station is open
evenings until 8 o'clock.
NEW SPRING DRESSES
at $11.50, $14.95 to $29.95
All the new colors-Black and White,
and the latest of styles.
Spring Suits, $29.75 to $49.50
Spring Coats, $29.75 to $59.50
$19.75 to $39.75
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