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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY

19, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CLUB GIVES RiUMMAGE,1
SALE TO RAISE FUNDS~
Grave Giver, '2, is Chairman t
Enterpirse WhiclhWi llBe held
In Y. IV. C. A. Garage
ARRANGE DETROIT TRIP
For the purpose of raising fuls toI
defray expenses incurred by exchangej
concert trips the Girls' G ee Club 111ill
conduct a rummage sale today begin-
ning at 9 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A.
garage which is located on Williais
street behind the Y. W. C. A. building.
Handkerchiefs, hose, china dolls, anI
other articles donated by a Plymoulh
department store will be on sale and1
various members of the organization
will act as clerks during the day. TheI
committee in charge consists of Grace
Glover, '28, chairman, Alta Woodworth,
'28, Marion Bachard, '28 and MarionI
Coy, '27Ed.
The club is planning to send 1e
women to sing at St. Mark's Cathedral
in Detroit on March 4 under the direc-
tion of Miss Norra Crane Hunt. The,
program to be given on that (late will
include a reading by Minerva Miller,
'27, and a violin number by Mary Alice
Case, '28.
STUDENTS AT COLORADO
TO USE JOINt BUILDINGi
Get-to-gether lounges will be the
feature of the new student Union
building which is being planned for
the University of Colorado. These
lounges are expected to provide meet-
ing, places for the student men and
women, and many means of recreatio 1
that may be taken advantage of be--
tween classes. The main floor wil pro-
vide a reception room for alumni, and
will be used for meetings.

_. F. ┬░rcFederation
Sends Frenchwoman
On Tour Of America

0OANIZATIONS OFFER'
Announcements of scholarships of- '
fered by the American Association of
Univeristy Women, Alpha Omicron Pi
sorority, and Bryn Mawr for the year
1927-28 have been posted on the bul-'
letin board of Barbour gymnasium.1
These scholarships are primarily for
graduate women, and entail study at
universities other than Michigan.
The awards vary in amount from1
$350.00 to $1500.00. The subjects pre-.
sent a diverse field including modern
language, history, astronomy, belles
lettres, physics, chemistry, biology,
Greek, Latin, romance languages, psy-
chology, philosophy, education, eco-
nomics and community service.
Eight scholarships are available to
foreign wornen. A new announcement
is that of the Music Fund Scholarship
of $350.04 to $500.00 for the advanced
study of music.
Applications should be made imme-
diately. Women interested are invited
to confer with Miss Grace Richards.

K\alnsas Students Fix
Date For Suoo-estivec
Vocational Speeches
University of Kansas womn v
set aside the present week to lp1
each other secure voc-atiomtn aul(anc'.
"Choose your career' is their motto,'
and to advise them they have olbtained
eminent speakers. Miss Fern Blners-
field, former vice president in Kansas
of Professional Women's clubs will
address the students this evening. Per-

ADVISES V. W. WORK TO
KEEP ABREAST OF TIME
IL you are beginning to feel old,
te in o Y. W. C. A. work. It keeps
you htining in terms of girls instead
of old ladies. :Moreover, it will keep
you abreast of the times and tax your
niemal resources," advises Mrs. John
I anna, of Dallas, Texas, who has re-
c altly was elected the national pres-
ident of the American Y. W. C. A.
Airs. Ilanna was elected by a vote
from 'anvntion delegates who repre-
sente1 60,000 girls and women. She
is a fast, friend of all young women,

Pi Delta Phi Meets

N O T I C E S

sonal experiences, and those of success- who consider her, too, as one of them
ful business women will characterize to whom they may talk over their,
her talk. The personal phase should be p oblems in a frank and square way.
of special interest as .hiss Bauersf:eld "Most people, I find, think in terms
was employed by a railroad as the} of boys and their needs, rather than
only woman car distributor during the about girls," said Mrs. Hanna. "T'he
war. It was her work to see that each smaller the community, the harder it
loading station on the division receiy- is to arouse them to thinking about
ed the right proportion of equipment the girls in their own midst. Theyl
In addition, Miss Iauersfield has spent know the individual girl, but they do
many years doing welfare work, and not think of them as a group. Oh yes,
is at present on the board of state ccn- they shake their heads over the so-
sors of the movies. Suggestions as to called flapper. But the quiet stay at
the future should be brought to lhes" home girl they dismiss as all right.
women students by such a versatile They feel she should be satisfied with
authority. what she has. That is the whole

j -ine. i A. Alphandery
As an official lecturer of the Fed-
eration de L'Alliance Francaise des
Etats-Unis et de Canada, Madame
E. A. Alphandery, will come to Am-
erica soon to tour the principal cit-
iles and lecture at many of the prin-
ciple women's colleges in the east.
She is the first woman to be appoint-
ed to this position and is the daught-
er of Senator Cremieux, the oldest
member of the French parliament.
The Federation was established in
1902 and has its headquarters in New
'York City.

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To AIppoint Offcers Junior -t rls'playrehearsals for
---stoday are afollows: 8:30 o clock,
s "chorus 4) in Sarah Caswell Angell
Pi Delta Phi, national honorary lit-halland (horuss 9 and t in parlor
erary society held their first meeing 9 :3o o'clock choruses 1 an1 7 in par-
of the semester last Tuesday evening or, chot uses 2 in Sarah Caswell An-
and elected the following officers: 1\gell hall, at 11 o'clock, chorus 3 in
President, Mary Elizabeth Kibbey, '27, Saah n aswellAngel ha:l, and chor-
vice president, Kathryn Francis, '28, uses 5 and 6 in parlor; at 1:0, c-ho
uses 12 in Sarah faswll Angell hal.
secretary, Fredericka Marston, '27, and There will be a mteting o the board
treasurer, Mary Wells, '28. Pi Delta of directors of the Women's League at
Phi recently became a national organ 9 o'clock today.
ization. It was formerly known on Another opportunity will be given
the campus as Black Quill. to women who wish to tryout for the
women's staff of The Daily, at 4 o'-
trouble." Mrs. Hanna explains that clock today at the Press Building.
people forget that it is this kind of This will be the last opporunity dur-
girl whom the community owes its ing the semester.
greatest attention in helping her to Kappa Delta announces the pledging
develop herself. of FVelyn White, 20.
Working with the small town and--
farm girl is one of the biggest fields Gold jewelry is the most popular
ahead of the Y. W. C. A. according to type of hat ornament now, according
the president. to London milliners.
--that much discussed
--coat
Everyone is talking about their
wonderful imported fabrics, their
smartly lovely summer furs-hi
youthful, stunning man - tailored
lines. Even your most reserved &4 ~
acquaintance will ask where you
bought it-if it's a Rothmoor.
$55 - $95
GOODYBA 'S
124 South Main

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Sweatels

Alva Edison has acuieved far more than man-
kind can ever appreciate. February eleventh is
the eightieth anOverI o mils -irtdi.
Wherever electricity is used-inhomes,in busi-
ness,in industry-thereare hearts that are con-
sciously grateful, that h rnb y pay him homage.

For warm sporting days---for cool days to wear
under one's coat. For ever so many occasions-
real utility, the new woolen sweaters are smartest.
There are gay ones and rich neutral tones. And
some show smartly contrasting shade for color.
A sweater or two are essential to springtime chic.
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