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FEBItTITAItY 19, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~1TNI)AY, FEBRIAILY 19, lti2S I'AGE 13'IVR
THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEAGUE HOUSE HEAF
GIVES WOMEN PRAISI
States That Students Are R espnsbleh
When Not Kept VUnder Siret
Wartch An,. Rules
WOMEN ARE LAW ABIDIN(
That women students are miore re
sponsibe and more law abiding whe
not kept under close surveillance i
the firmn, belief of Mrs. John Holcom
head of one of the University league
houses, and a former president oi
the Women's H-ousing league.
T'hhs idea both in theory and prac-
tice in her own house has formed th
basis for her staunch belief in stu-
dent government. "We have no diffi-
culty in the enforcing of rules here.'
she said. "It has always been true
in my experience, that nagging re-
ates not only 'unpleasantness, but
dishonesty; that young wornen con-
sider it Ii the light of a challenge,
with the result that they will attempt
t hings thai ollerwise would hold no
;a, i:1'esfctfotr the.'
TIln olls1151achl s lint are placed
in the ay of (doimeg I Ililis, Mrs. 11ol-
comtb believes, 1ie moreispirtin .~t
andl desire is formedifor the doing
(of them.
"Aside firom that aspect of 1lth
e ase,''9s12 ontitiied, "11111. 11otttintr
is, I believe, essefl Ii:1llv hon ct an
thre sense of honor 411it t h ae 1ni
pof thle vast mjorit y o' stuets will
h, ot permit themn to fake ad vantage
oft l-st."
MrI s. l~ol('n un e oflh 'ti iuP 11seit
ovrc(ordalce with this philosopy. "I
dlon't know whther i-ur gils ate
anry different front te majority of
Nmenhi l.sttint s or iot,' she said.
"Tt witlit the excpt ion f fsome bo-
ken cniet hous, (and I guess that all
(Iof ius have somve trouble in keeping
hose) , we Have htad( really no difl-i
(Iity in keepig lUnhersiy rules,
duhring fthle seven . %ars of1iry e p'-nea os lcd alrl
1,every cte in a X biile one will fi d
a tot ally irtespotsibe Xoian, but
Jthie ases aren very except i()nal.
"We try to create here, a homer en-
viroliment where the _womer will ~el
1 crl ectlv at ea le all over thle ose,
no0 t st inl their own rons. We want
Wthem to be happy and contented il
that. environment most conducive to
t he develoment of what is finest and;
itest. for them.,mniiI ally, spirit ualy
a ndl physically."
DELAWARE, 0.---More and(1bett et
per'fumitfc s Jeig nsed by W'slyn
girls is t he opin11io(n pressed by local
dr 1uggists. Ani special prefr,=eixt : ot'
French ilportcd perumlle wats nt(ed.
Students of Journaism, Law,
Business Administration and others
need shorthand and typewriting.
DON'T DELAY

SOC IETY

Mr. and ?Mlrs. Edward P. C reene,
Prcotessor and Mrs. Charles C. Fries.
e andl Professor andl Mrs. Clifford
Woody were enterltainted at a faculty~
dinner, given by the women (of Adelia
Cheever residence, Thursday, Feb. 16.
jAmong the guests at the faculty
dlinnerI given -by the women of Betsy
Barbour houtse Thtursday night were:
Professoir Arthur, S. Aiton, and( Mr is.
iAiton, P rofessor Claude Van TIyne,
and Mr s. Van Tlyne,' lProfessor Prnes-
itonl Slosson, and Mrs. Slosson, Pro-
wfessor Henry C. Huttchins, and Mrs.
f Hutcthins, Professor Rober-t C. Angel
and Mrs. Angell, and Professor
Maurice P. Tilhey, and Mrs. Tilley.
Members of Zeta Tau Alpha, were
hostesses at a rushing dinner Thurs-
day evening. Helen Doyle, of De-
troit, was pledged Sunday, February
312.
Theta Phi Alpha will, hold their
initiation February 25. Tihe initia-
-tiates are Kathryn Rinihan, Grand
Rapids; Marguerite Maurice, Detroit;
Agnes Lally, Canton, 0.; Anne Rlobb;
Howell; Irene" Finnigan, '_larquct ic
,Julia M~ae Conlin, Ann Arbor.
Suinday. F'b. 26, Theta Phi Alpha~i
will entc rtain at tea for thei' new
!patronesses. A (0101-seliteme of yellow
anad whiit e xill 1be cari-iedI out Iby
yel low tapeors, white roses, atnd daff-
odils. The Ipatrion osesare U us.
vrmil(1exile, Mi's. George bloe, 1Mi's.
John11 St oee. and dirs. Clootge Burke.
:lMrs. Weld emeyer 'wvill pour.
The enga"gement of Isabel St one, '28,
to Poereit Cha pman, '28, was ain-
flottiicod at a dinnier at the' Sigma K X41-
pa1 house Mlonday night. The sorority
color's, 11] i iooit anrd. Iaveiidar wxvete
('arr'ied 011ut inthe' deorat~iions lby the
ulse Of roses and (tlills.

0. Mceisch. will be)helteidlttSatutrlday3, Feb. 2:,), at.
Eight guests weire entertained at a which many of the sorority's alumnae
rushinug dinner- Wednesday evening will b~e presen t. S P o
Feb. 15. At Alpha Xi Delta, Mrs. C. Gamma~ Phi Bet a held their annual .
D. Thorpe and Mrs. 1D. F. Lyons, two Valentine's (lay formal rushing p~arty D? ulei
p Iatronesses, were present. Thle color last Tuesdlay. The (decornationis were DiyBlei
i(scheme was rose and white, carriedI red and white flowers and r'ed candles.
1jout by sweet peas. !A large valentine box from which the p
On the same lay the pledIges were gir-ls drew valentinA.sl was) in the i '*n*shi*ng Touches
Y entertained at. tea by Mrs. N. IT. Wil- i cnter (of the~ room.
lias"OnWednesday they will gv a Put On Field House
Leap year- was observed Friday Washington's Birthday fancy dress
Y night, Feb. 17 by a formal dinner for p~arty at which the plde ilen'taiyasuigahoelk t
Sthe pledges of Alpha Chii Omega. Mr. tertain. This is also anltinusual) mosphere, tile new athletic building
and* Mrs. Goodrich and Dr. and Mrs. aftar
*L3artt s xvere cha'aons.. is taking on those finishing touches
(:la~rlls.Mortarboard is giving their
Mrs. Bridges, National Inspectress,I monthly breakfas~t at 9:30 o'clock this and intei'ior dlecorations that will
Iliac Bo n fA ,. t dA 1.i h ,,,;,...1../,- +«.,.,1_make it a perfect unit, uinder the di-I

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MON DAY'S GAMES
Alpha Ganmma Sigma versus
Kappa Delta.
Pi Beta Phi versus Helen
Newberry.

FRESHMAN, TEAMS
GET INTO ACTION

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~IMB teen theI~ wet L I tpIJ.tll
Omega sorority this week.
Inlitiation at Alpha Gamma Delta
took place yesterday afternoon fol-
lowed by a formal banquet at the
Union in the 'evening. A nationlal of-
flcer, Emily IButterfieli, attended.
Alpha Epsilon Phi initiated the
following pledges Sunday, Feb. 12:
Ruth Mandelker, Corinne Scharz,
Sally Nederlander, -and Dorothy Touff.
They will be entertained at a tea
Sunday afternoon Feb. 19 at the house.
Alpha. Omicron. Pi entertained the
Advisers of women at dinner, Wednes-

j morning at thenC ozy Cortner tea room.
A business meeting wiil follow the
breakfast.
Percy Ives, whose portraits include
President Harry 13. Ihutchins of
Michigan, President Grover Cleve-j
land, and Professor Wenley, died on
Tuesday the 14th, at his. Detroitj
home.
Homne economics co-eds at State
college, Pa., must spend six wetnks
before graduating at a practice house

rection of a comm'ittee made up of
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Mrs. Everett
Brown, and Mrs. John Waite. Plans
for the furnishings of the louge
roonm have already received consid-
erable attention by the committee.
The office furnishings were. ordered
before the field house itself was well
completed. And recently pilans for
the indoor golf set-up andl equipmflent
for the rifle 'range, W. A. A. room,
and lounge were firesented to tile
general committee on the field house,
who sanctioned them. The accep-
talice of the plans insures a: perfect-y
ly eqttipt~edirifle iage. The golf set
tip), wvit iclita t)i'oxiulat ('(1;t (cost o
;50)0, wais itist aled dunt the 1),s
wee e and1( is 1'Oit(ly fo-riuse i)y ('I sses
oni ltilon4y.
F'urn.1ishiti-s for the nvin lou n goe
Dav y e 1 oi ordered int part. -Colorful
'ha irs 0111(1 hangrinlgsLare to 1)e used1.
Bt'owit u2itttI tables liave been 1so-,
leted, aind the whole scheme of de,-;
('etIiot) Aill be earliy American.

-Freshmen basketbaall

teams will be-

ont the n nmoiq to

day-, Feb. 15. They
ns'tea. Stitday,

wviiv .i apat i-on- ntallagemen of a

learn the scientific
110o110.

gin their tournament Monday with
two games at 5 o'clock in Barbour
gymnasium. Four teams, some of
which have been made up of two of
.he old groups and others which-have
been. lucky enough to get a full team
from members of their ownl group,
ire expected to be reacay to play onl
Monday.
Group II (Clifford) which has comn-
bipied with Group 1.4 (Miller) as
Team I will nilaiy rleam iIV whti(il xwas
knlown itin the other t on rnantiais
Group 9 (Culver), and Ct-oups IT
(Robinsont) andl I1 (Taylor) are nowv
*]Uinedlto iniKe Tean' lif which 'will
play Tean II1 or whtat was Greuip TV
PMaslen).
As ino ('10ss0sxwill be held \Vel-
ttiwsday. t leie will be no gailie s, 1il1
a. not ice of te leoines fl'oi'Friday will

NOTICES
W. A. A. executive board will meet'
Tuesday night at C o'clock at the
Cozy Corner tea room. All members
must be present unless excused be-
fore Monday night.
There will be a meeting of the
genleral conmmtittee of the Junior
Girls' play at 3:30 o'clock today at
Helen Newberry residence.
IEveryone in the Junior Girls' play
must be measured for costumes to-
morrow afternoon between 1 and 5
o'clock in Parlor C, Newberry' hall.
Don't forget tile hike sponsoredl by
W. A. A. which leaves Barbour gym.-
'nasium at 9 o'clock this morning.
E'eiyone who would like to join the
hikers will bo welcomed.
"Women are the best ssky travel-
les"rs," assert both officials of Croy-
den Air Station, England, and Stan-
ley E. Knauss, general manager of
Stout Air Services. Inc., on. Detroit
to Cleveland. They have accustomed
themselves to the air more readily
than men.
Dressmaking
H emstitching
Jewelry
New Brooches
Just Received.
The Quality
Hemstitching Shop.
721 , I ith-. Phone 197 12

W.'x-e-i't:society is holding its tog-
ular itieeting this morniitg, at thle
home (It Maryv 'White. 514 Fotest
a yen 110. Br'eakfat'awxx'if be1 servred at
11 o('iltek.
Alpha (~i t Oega sorority wil hold
t heir staring inaitial ion Friday, Felt.
2.Ahanqttet f'or the newv initiates
IThe Smart New Yorker
StesOtin a Spring Stele

\VMlSTI V I R(I N 1 .--Fouti'Seniort'hoimelii
o-noic Oiti'Sgiris eo' iiie U ivxeisii x' o1
Wtest Virginia. Super'xised by the home
mnanagemnent diepatmnit take the var-
ious5 respoitsibilities of housekeeping
itt, a pt'ac(tic'e hoits;e. Foir five weeks,
their' posit ion s range fromn cook to
iturtse for1'thle . bby, "Jack'' Charles
Lindbeirgh.

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Sprin'

Prtinited Fro(----a viv'id
of color-intricate in
aind fashioned by a
miodiste to flatter- the
xx'ho gvear's her lit-st
Frci''-- ieieath a furm

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Sigma Na1ppa Nxx'eb ostesses 'A
ruishing ditinet's Wodnesday ati d
Thlui'sda y.
('11i Omega anit ntice"s ille pledging
of l lizabeth 1 Iowax'rl. '31, o1 Pit Is-
bitl11 t'hicnn1.
'iill0a Phi announeus tIw le l(dgiu
of :Mairian Wari'tei', '31, f ot'('(11wateri.
l')clt a Gammna will e'mt rtain its
alumini at reception tea oni Sunday
afternoon, February 19.
A (dinnetr was given by D~elta D)elta
Dolta onl Wednesday evening in honor
of the hllniibei'5 who have transferred
from another chapter. Yellow paper
and spring; flowvers carried out the
spring decoration scheme.
Mrs. Johl Brumnm will entertain
the pledges of Delta Delta Delta at a
tea Sunday evening. The hostess will
be0 assistedl by Miss Grace Richards,
Mr's. Inez Hozarth, !miss Beatrice
Johnsoti, Mr's. Clifford Woody, Mrs.
It. K~ratts, Mrs. Carl Braun, Mrs. 0.
WATCH FOR
ANNOUNCEMENT
O'F SALES
of
SMerrick HeirloomE
Chinese Rugs
in-
- Tuesday's Daily

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! Coinsultiii;! Costumier
Iii the Arcade.
Permran~n Wave
Win are specialists
Wper fect perma-
nent waving because
we use the one perfect
:"' method of permanent
waving-Nestle Circuline.
CIRCUUINE Waving
STO'DDARO
BEAUTY SHOP

Niil't. ~ .z< , -$ 4 T h;''uirs. 31 .1 5(h $1-1;i Sal a. n. 4(-$2.00,
One Week Only--Opens Sunday, Feb. 19 r x e sa g 'r
"Excesagage
VI'VIDLY TOLD!!
Is. thus story of back stage lfe by John
M~cGowan. It has romance, thrills, comedy
and does for vaudeville what ".Broadway"
did for- Night Clubs. New York has ac-
claimed it as being "better than Burlesque."

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Powder
Puff
Beauty
Shop
presents
the only
smooth
permanent

And the
price of
a wave
is oniy
$9.50

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Fascinating New Fr~cks

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ba playwrigIht m-rc' lena'ied his ltheatvr as an actor of
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Dresses
Suits.
Ensembles

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WOE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR CUTTING
AND MARCELLING IN ANY
STYLE THAT YOU WISH
Try our white henna to keep blonde hair light. All of our
hair dyeing is done by experienced operators.

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Hair cut
Shampoo

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Hot oil treatment.
Henna pack ....
Facial .........

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.$1.50
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Special Showi-ng of New
Spring Dresses at $16.75

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T-Bone steak, lamb, or
chicken dinner or' salad
luncheon, is your choice here
this noon. We always serve
our own made whole wheat

A Matter of Taste
Q[TESTPION: In htoxw itany in-
Stances is good taste outstatndingly
evidece~Id in tile above setting'?
ANSWER:'Thr'ee.
1 . In thn'-achtoice of the smartest
t'estaurant in toxvn, wher'e tood is
a delight to the epicure.
2. By the young man, in Ihis choice
of the lady.
~3. By the wvise young lady, whose
hood taste iecognizes MACK'S
STORE as tile smartest place in
towa to buy clothes.

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presets
One of America's Most Distinguished Women
RENCE E. ALLEN
Justice of the Ohio Supremre Court

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Our special

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