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SATUJRDAY, DECIRMER '3,1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

PAGE FIVE

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RIFLE TEAM ACCEPTS
SIXTEEN CHALLENGErSi,

New Range To Be Finest In Country;
Expected To Be Ready For
Opening Contests
FIRST MEET IS JAN. 14
Challenges from 16 universities and
colleges scattered in practically every
section of the country have been re-
ceived by the women's rifle team and
approximately 20 challenges have
been issued by the local team in an-
ticipation of participating in not less
than 30 contests during the coming
rifle matches. With the first of the
matches to be shot off on Jan. 14 and
realizing that riflery is the only uni-
versity sport in which inter-collegiate
competition is permitted, the team as-
pirants are working hard to earn
places on the varsity team. It is ex-
pected that th new rifle range in tihe
new field house at Palmer field will
be ready in time for the match shoots,
according to Captain Bricker of the
Reserve Officers Training Corps who
is in charge of the team and the coin-
ing contests.
In the competition last year Maryland
university came out on top to win the
championship. Michigan won hut 12
out of 28 matches in which it con-
peted during the meet. The poor
showing was attributed to the fact
that poor practise facilities were ol,-
tainable and because of the loss of
much good material from the regular
team by graduation. The previous
year the Michigan team won practi-
cally 90 per cent of the shoots in
which it engaged and it is expecte;
that the team this ya il h s
t of the new range and a large turn-
out at practises will come back to
the form shown at that time.
The new rangeat the Palmer field
house will compare secondto none
in the country and should aid con;
siderably in the advancement towad
accuracy in marksmanship for the in-
ter-collegiate shoots, according to
Captain Bricker. The backstop of the
range is built of one-half inch steel
plates. The two plates will be set at
angles of 45 degrees to direct the
shot bullets to the sand boxes. There
will be an upper stop and a lower
stop, with the firing point elevated
about one foot from the floor, Speial
l v ighting fixtures are arranged, the
sand box and gym mats and additional
features will provide an excellent
shooting range for women, the best
in the country, said Captain Bricker.
"With such equipment as ours and
with such a range I am hoping that
every woman who knows anything
about handling a rifle and who is a
good shot will turn out for the team.
We want to have an abundance of
material from which to choose those
who will shoot the match contests."
The matches will be shot by a team
of ten members. The targets of th
flive highest scorers are to be counted
as qualifying scores and the sumtof
these five will be sent in for the
team record. The beginning rifle class
has advanced rapidly and much ma-.
terial is expected to be found here.
More than 12 other enthusiasts have
turned out to try for team positions.
The first four contest matches are
to be shot from the prone position,
the next three are scheduled as two
position matches, prone and sitting
postures to be used, while Athe last
three shoots will also be from the
prone. The shooting is scheduled to
take place on January 14. February
11, 18, 25, March 10, 17, 24. 31, Ap
28, and the final meet will take plaJ
May 5.
The challenges received to date and
which have been accepted by the lo-
cal team include the following: Pur-
due, Nevada, Illinois, Wisconsin, Cin-
cinnati, Michigan State, Missouri,
George Washington University, Ver-
mont, Montana, West Virginia, Co'
College, Nebraska, Syracuse, Univer-
sity of Vermont and State Agricul-
ture College, Maryland, 1926 champ..
ionship holders.

Advisors Of Women And Organization
Committee Supervise League Houses
Because of the increase in the num- league houses is 860; in sororities,
her of women attending the Univers;392; in their own homes or homes of
ty intle past 10 years, it has become relatives, 383; in dormitories, 320. Be-
sides this there are 52 women work-
necessary to house them in private ing for room and board.
homes until dormitories for women League House Owners Meet
could be provided. There were few The Housing League (of approved
house- before 1917. After the war undergraduate houses) composed of
there was a great increase in the all league house owners, meets once
number of women students calling a month in the parlors of Barbour
for acconmodations until there are gymnasium. Mrs. Nellie Felker is the
now 77 approved undergraduate hous- president of the organization. The
es to (late operating, known as league purpose of, the group is to make for
houses. To these are added the Mais- more co-operation between houses. At
on Francaise and the University present a set of rules has been drawn .
House. up by the organization which have
Committee Tries New Plan to do with the uses of the house with
The president of the Women's lea- regard to the protection of property
gue has appointed a chairman for rights of the house owner.
the House Organization Committee. I The women who are in charge oft
Evelyn Ogborn, '28, is the appointed league houses in most cases take. a
chairman. As such she is also presi- great interest in the students in the;,
dent of the Board of Representatives. homes. One league house mother said,
'ilae chairman of the House Organiza- "Most girls like to board here in the
tion C onmiittee choses her own com- house. In the first place their moth-
n01tee of 16 who go about to the dif-~ ers want them to get their meals in
ferent league houses for the purposes the same place where they live so as
of organizing them. Heretofore this to build up a possible home atmos-
committee has been temporary an phere. As for myself, I like to be a!I
been used for the above purpose only. to know if they are present atevery
A tentative plan is being tried out, meal so I can check im on any possi-
that of placing the committee in ble illnesses. Girls sometimes mis-
charge of all signing out slips. If this takenly draw back from confiding in
is found to be practical, it is hoped one whom they regard as the 'land-
that an ultimate goal of universal lady.' I am sure that they soon bo
penalties for all will be worked out.. J come aware that we are more than
In checking over the signing out slips mere landladies. I like young people
the committee has no ud and enjoy making a om for them''
ion. C sneeding shUprvs1on Every house head is anxious to do f
are turned over to the Judicial Coun- herh est for the women in her house.
oil. It has been -found possible in some
There is considerable variation houses for entertainment to take
among the league houses. Individual place in the form of teas, r t ics, and
league house owners have different house (ances. Some of the house
problems to be met. Miss Grace Rich- heads, though much in favor o1'do-
ards, one of the advisors of women, inmitories, realize that it is a very de-
Srecent interview stated, "The he- sirable thing to be able to get a small
cs are inspected and approved by the congenial group to work with other
Office of the Advisors of Women. Last
i groups.r

HOUSE HEADS
HONORED AT

UIVEII 1 1RAVEL ISUREAU PLAV
ITINERARY FOR ANNUAL SUMMER TOUR
1 Inaugurating a new plan, the Bur* !Arbor next T'uesday and Wednesday,
can of University Travel is organizing IA tea is to be given in his honor at
a group of Michigan women for its which persons interested in his work

annual summer tour in 1928. The or merely interested in meeting him
In recognition of their service in group will be composed of students of i personally may do so.
carrying out women's self-government the University and their friends, and The small working groups of the
here, all presidens of dormitories, will be formed entirely of young wo- tour are conducted by university or
league houses and sororities will be men. These tours are arranged pri- college professors who are specially
the guests at a. dinner to be given by marily for those interested in the ed- trained in some field that is to be
the Advisers to Women at 5:30 o'- ucational value as well as the pleas= taken up as the journey progresses.
clock next Tuesday in Barbour gym- ure of a luropean trip. Similar All of these men have been over the
nasium. groups are organized all over thq ground before and are thoroughly ac-
The purpose of the dinner, which country for men as well as for wo- quainted with it. As the tour moves
is an annual affair, is to afford an men. ffrom place td place lectures ai6 g Nei
opportunity for the Advisers to meet f Mi hi |in the hotels to the comany as a

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BAZAAR OPENS WITH
RECORD ATTENDANCE
With a mass of blhie crepe stream-
ers forming the sky, white draped
walls representing banks of snow,
and large glistening snowballs hang-
ing above the booths, an atmosphere
of a winter carnival has been created
at the Women's League and Inter-
church Bazaar which was attended by
more than 500 persons yesterday aft-
ernoon, according to Jean McKaig,

the presidents, and for the latter to
become acquainted socially with eachE
other, in the hope of better under-
standing and friendship in the Board1
of Representatives, which is their or-
ganization in the league.
"It is the social recognition of
house organizations, and of the re-j
sponsibility which goes with *thec
house presidency as a measure of
tudent governint,"' Miss Grace
Richards of the Advisers' office, re-
marked, in explanation of the din-
ner.
There will be an informal reception
at 5:30 o'clock with Miss Alice Lloyd,
Miss Beatrice .Johnson. and liss
Grace Richards, advisers to wAomen'

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Dr. :Margaret Bell, representing tho
physical education department, and
Evelyn Ogborn, '28, chairman of the
house organization committee, receiv-
fing. This wil tenable those receiving
to meet Nvith each individual guest.
Directly following the reception, the
dIinner will take place and will close
at 8 o'clock. An effort will be made
to seat together the various houses
working under a particular member
of the house organization committee,
so that the respective groups may be-
come bettor acquainted.
In addition to the presidents, the
list of 138 guests includes the entire
staff of the physical education depart-;
nent, the remaining members of the
advisory office, Miss Shirley C. Titus.
director ef nursing at the University
lospital, and Leona Sebreider, presi-

y(-ar a very earnest eforitu was made
to standardize prices, to provide
against overcrowding, and to improve
conditions under which University,
women live. Their effort is being sus.
tained."
Are Under Same Governing Body
All dormitories, sororities and lea-
gue houses are under rules formu-
lated by the Board of Representatives
and the Board of Directors of the
Women's league. The Board of Re-
presentatives is composed of the
presidents of all league houses, soror-
ities, and dormitories. Every woman
on the campus is automatically a
member of the Women's league. The-
oretically that makes the women self-
governing. Any student may have a
voice in'advising, forming, or rescind-
ing a new rule. The individual woman
is met in house meeting. Her ideas
are carried to the meeting of the
Board of Representatives by her
house president who in turn embodies
them in the rules made by the Board.
The report of the present school
year gives the following figures in
housing. The number of women in
RARGAINS GIVEN
BY MORTARBOARD
One of the many features of the
Bazaar being staged in Barbour gym-
nasium is the special price on hose
being sold by the Mortarboard society
The Mortarboard booth offers Century
company hose of service weight at
$1.50 the pair and chiffon hose at $2.
Any color desired can be purchased.
These prices are not as high as those
asked by the retail stores, according
to those in cha'gc.
In addition to the hose offer, two
diozen new samples of gloves are on
display, tlhio-e also are of all colors1
antd range in price from $2.75 to $4.
- A great variety of style, distinctive-
1 ne and attractiveness is to be found
among the samples.-
",40111RMRE(NTIICSI

WINS PRIZE FOR NOVEL
IN MAGAZINE CONTEST
In a competition in which 1,391
manuscripts were submitted, Miss
Katherine Holland Brown, of Quincy
Ill., won a cash award of $25,000 re-1
cently. Miss Brown has entitled her
book "The Father." She has already
written several books and short sto -
ies.
The contest was conducted by the
Woman's Home Companion and the
John Day company, publishers. lA
contest was also held for the best
novel submitted by a man, but of the
500 ranuscripts submitted, none was
held worthy of the $25,000 prize.
GIFTS FOR MEN
Choice leathers from
Vienna and at what
prices!
MERRICK
STUDIOS
Open Evenings. 928 Church St.

T le itinerary o ered t ea e1 1 c 1,11G 11V.. . .w gan ***,,* - , - . . , - _-t
group this year is particularly inter- whole, in order that a general back- '28, general chairman.
esting. The group sails from New ground may be formed for the talks Reservations for the special tea
York on June 23, landing at South- to the groups on the field. These lec- served from 3 to 5 o'clock numbered
hampton, England. The cathedrals, tures may be on art, history, or so- 300, and the quota of tickets for
abbeys, and cistles of southern Eng- ciology, and are given by one of these luncheon were also sold. The tea
land are then visited by motor; fol- specially trained men. The conduc- room managed by Colle iate Sorosis
lowing which six days are spent in tors of these tours are not guides in will serve luncheons at 0 and 75
London. Cologne and Coblenz come the ordinary sense of the word. cents today from 11:30 to 1 o'clock,
next, followed yl a trip down the Although the women's tours are tea from 3 to 5 o'clock, and dinner
1Rini to Xidlurg. A day is spent conducted by men, they are accomp- from 5:30 to 7 o'clock.
at Tel ,la~en nd another day at the anied by a women who ac's as chap- Catching fish proved a popular
ung;-au. \iian is visited next, and erone. Men arc chosen as leaders in sport, 100 anglers having been re-
four days are spent later in Venice. preference to women because difficult warded with all manner of articles
Sevtn d8y a-re 'evoted to Florence business or physical prolalems often from incense and perfume to tooth-
and 1ig to a Rinic. Trips are made to arise that can be handled by a man laste. Fortune telling and "Turning
NAples, Cpri. orrento,Amalfi, Po- better tIan by a woman. Tables" presented by Margaret Cole,
pe.. Pi" ani'ento. Monte Car.o is Prof. William A Iye' of the his- Marjorie Chavanelle, and Nelle hov-
,ci i, a '~ a o. Monte Carlo i naNli-Iov
also visited. A whole week is devoted tory der c.tmet of tbi university h:s er were other features of the side-
to PaI'ris, the last city of note to be long been int ed in these tours, shows.
and the rty sails from Bo-;though he is in no way connected with Home-made fudge made by inem-
loune in time to arrive in New York ithe recruiting end of the bureau. ie bes of Delta Gamma sold well at the
Sepi 1. The cost'of this tine weeks is quite willing *o aINswei' any clues- candy booth, it was reported by eary
tip is $76t), and decent and omforta- tions or give a-1= informatio:I that lie Bowen, '29, chairman. The low prices
e aomiliidalis atc .ssurcdl. can about the toam h-, ioweveri, and duIe and attractive display of the articles.
,To bureau of University Travel is to his long conne-tio:i v:-tli! :he bur- particularly of the lingerie and silk
The Boiinul traof bureau and most ofstTeau as an advisor, he is fully innformi- pillows, drew the attention of cusJ
t le similar oranizations are na mased ed as to its activities. toners.
on the p'an of this one. It was found-I9 11 1 IlIlltl.Illlttliit111111111111111111111ililllltllllll1 I NIIIItltt1111#1111'
odI about 1 900f by Dri. 11. HI. Powers; a I ITNTIE "OWA
(.=t t ito wr DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
writ ci of note on art., history, anid in-
ternational affairs. Even before this -
dat, Dr. Powers had made a practice = An
of conducting European tours duringA
the sunmer mont hs. The idea of the' = s
celucat lonal value of such tours are-,- Imp o rted 'nucRIP
pealed to him more and moi'e, ar4s he :.
tinally foned a definite organization-
Since the Btreau is not a money mak-
ing or'ganization and pays no divi-
dends, it is able to conduct touis for -
little more than cost,; andl due to its{
long experience, it is able to make E
the tours comprehensive and to Elan
and conduct them efficiently
Dr. Powers himself is to be in Ann ]
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and Felt Hat T
The latest creations from France in rhinestone or cut
steel buckles and jeweled heels make an always acceptable
gift.
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dent of the Student council of nurses.
"It is a meeting of cordial friend-
ship. ftron which all business will be
eliminated," Miss Richards stated. In
keeping with the spirit of the affair,
a table of song leaders has been ar-
ranged who will lead the singing of
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Clearance Sale of
All Winter Frocks
'Wonderful values, indeed, for every daytime occasion.
All are doing the unexpected with every witchery that clever
fashion has in her bag of tricks. Holidays are busy days,
and you will need at least one new frock to tide you over
until Spring arrives with her new style ideas.

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Formal Gowns
All Colors and Sizes
$14.95 to $29.50

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$9.95 up

Silk
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89c up

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The Luxury of Doing Good

Silk Undies
of all kinds

Christmas Seals enable one to
enjoy the "luxury of doing good."
They have become the thing to

paign on the early diagnosis of
tuberculosis will be conducted

$14.75
There are sports frocks of jersey, wool, crepe, tweed and

to protect the health of every

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