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Y. MARCH 22, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ORRSOETO BE LI ee Wills Plans k TOour FRENCH FEMINIST SAYS FRANCE HAS
u ABD. dT - IARUISPNSR LITTLE HOPE FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE Charte
JutLnawekHro tda teAnnual Trip Abroad
TfpP I ,lu stroeiwekvfomltday heI French suffragettes may obtain the not practice and does not practice Delta m
1 crnerstone for the league build- MisHee WlswmoI C S PRinTY vote through the present administa- tday The suffrage restriction is not calling1
TO INS! ((( fon althughttereiwllYb
TO ISA L £IPEK ing wil be lad. TheceremTony Missa Hlen, illsn oen'tatsenis athug heeis* very little keeping the French ~women back by the Ba
nE~~~uE~~~beentielypublic,noiv- chminGa nnucdta h
~AU V T fLI.4 IIN t avn ensn a l. wl eaeClfri frErp nCostumes Will arry Out "aSports" hope for it, is the opinion of ile. any means." that tin
,I:IIUU iOshon htwvroeinAn 1pr11,gin ietl oNwYork Ildea: Which Will Be Theme Marguerite Clement, French feminist French womren have gone about
Arbor and elsewhere who is in- from where she will sail for France o Party and proprietor of a school for girls trying to get the vote In a very quiet Unive
ELIGMX RESMA WOMEN Itresedt inthe league willt he on her annual invasion of European n~fPU 1ear Cannes, who has recently a- way, according to Mle. Clement. o h
TICE INITIATED) AT o'lcThrdy Mac2,toWL BE ED prn ntelau o t41 tennis fields. WLLBEHED 1 y I 31 ivedin NewYr osataTeehsbenn idwcahn aea
TH'IIS TIME attend the shicrt and simple eh- Miss Wills will sail on the Aqu- - ' tour, of the English suffragette, nor stump mosinhs
a. "They have been promised it be- speaking as employed in America, she plaster
T cornerstone. Mat n eetn bourg April 26 She will compete in announced as the scene of the an- oe"ill.Cmntad, Itgesidaych
records ar~ being secured to be the French championships at Auteuil, nual fancy dress party which is to bfr h hme fdptete
Scholatic A~rage Of half A AndI placed in the cornerstone box, the Wightman cup matches at Wim- be given at 8 o'clock Sturday, March pass it, the senate vetoes it-and the
alBWhile Carrying .Nra and suggestions for article's for bledon, and the Wimbledon chai-f
iteueI Eiiiiy ue j1 may be sent to Room, A, Alum- pionships. 31 The affair is sponsored by the chamber of depuities have only passed T he(
ncMmrahal Woe'legeadalognzdthe bill because they know the Se-n
Ofeigt rsmnwmnwt ____________ ____ lsfed ihgn a h nyhouses on the campus will partici- attilvt t
#a high scholastic average a national"tie-a rde ntewrd atemntrgfo otm rzs the vote is not so badly off politic-
1honorary sorority suilar to Phi Eta SH W O LB A I N This year a new plan is being foI- al si mgnd" le tmtt rc
3Sigma, honorary fraternity fer first- mIiss MANNSH W ' OW.LB A I N lowed and women will come inividu stated in an interview to Maxine m-'Beaus
year men, installation acid initiation GET INFORMVA TION FROM NEW BOOKS ally instead of by houses. Brieoh e or u."ne-aue "
ceremonies of>, Alpha Lambda Delta ________ The party is to be a "sports party" stand, I am a staunch suffragist. IBeas
illtk lc nStra feno g o ie ai isMrae aoy2 iue esr a this year and a wide and interesting believe manB~fuS
wiltk"Re o audy'ftron «fiht ontie" si isagrt hdol 2 i nuts f eiurmandy.y of the laws hamper collar
in Barbour gmn~aaium. Fllowing thefield is thereby pr vided for ideas for t n The wmno rnewud!
iBaougyniu.FloigteManna, associate professor of library If he had come above ground to wash otxe.Sot errprsnigd uhte oimpov duain Because
cenoi, icwilbgna3:0scierece,uwhen I opened the door of his hands there would have been no donmuc beterwomnove Fratiouldvg
o'clock, and last about three hours e rvt fiead fe xhn-tm et h aeo h kws every sport anti every decade will ap- there would bee lbetter poeto o
he givtrsic adandrexhawomen.et.Th nmeoThe bokw recinchflwsr Because
the members of the 'sorority and paadefottob luerndng comments on the weather, began Carlyle's 'French Revolution.' The gipear and effortsTto bee"loudersand
thilusswl no aqe t one 'of the most pl)easant interviews I book had paid for itself a thousandfnir ilIehp fr on are very badl for the progress ofT e
.thy Haunted Tavern, have ever had. times." wombasist oflicompetition.wome
~.Besides the group of twenty-one " Just ask me some questions," Miss In coming to more technical terms ( Decorations are to be in accordance 1voracaennB t potialy th omen
sopomreoomnowoeillbeohrtenMnnwai. AwabegnnngIeakecahisrManeiviedliraresintttreewihtteehmeeaan herditahhaceef race renotsobadycff
members of Alpha-Lam~bda Delta,'rteprsiqusinwihho-knstegnralbayheu- that Sarah Caswell Angell hal may Frgc wmnolv iticex
rahrprsi qeton hch o-kid:th eerllbrrth n-erted a ret influence in yijc- _________________________
thtere are eighteen' freshmen whoseiever, received a most interesting re- versity :brary, and the specialI resemble anything from a boxingintehmntedrwgro n
first semiester averages entitle then sPonce. library ring to an c, glassy rink. I atesi htnal
to b Intiaed ntothesorcriity. I "What are the advantages of library "I would not advise," Miss "Mann i The atejost he ptartyeverchpo i tpFrnrh ipom antnjoysineherye ~ o~ g A 1 ~
datobe nofatthent th frrchwomaMarchsin e hus
"Notices: of eligibility 'are being sent work" continued, "that any girl who desires coe utleoena ee oua adsbsiness. Thereisn groW a
to -these women who are: Mary Miss 1Iann smiled, "I would say that to go into campus activities take the holiday, April fools(ay. Special en- feGo n rnetatawmnca- Y~
' Louise Behymer, Elsie J. Bliman, lone of the greatest advantages Is the library science course. It would be tertainment will be provided, as well fsini rneta .wmncn
SFrances Cardozo, Eleanor Cooke. fact that a librarian is, continually better if 'she came back after gradun- as (ance ir.isic. Edna Mower,'2
ACatherine Dziurewicz, Thelma M. adding to her store of knowledge. One ation. The course is stiff, but inter- who is making her name immortal l-__lesoCaheiear,_Eizbthevrechshedf.a-_iray______Whvt__o__evrthngwthteunoGrl'Ply____Fo as e
yHoward, Agnes Johnson, Marion F. New books, and magazines 'keep pour- into a short space of time." week, will be there with her ;jazz or- j
1Locke, Judith Meyers, Janet Michael, I ing in. if you do no more than 'cut chestra SOCKS E~
Marian Reisch, Louise Rorabacher, the pages of a new book you must University of Minnesota:-The con- f All arrangements are in eliartli of GE"t I*, Shopping for the trip becomes
Alice Sunderland, Elizabeth Sunder- 'learn' something. struction of a new university :runic Elen Groff, '28, chairman of the so- GS1 001U.00 I"Z"
land, Jennie Van Akkeren, and'Gail ; "I remember what- fun we used to hospital, for, crippled children w'ill vial commitee of th Womn'sei a pleasure when you find such
s.Carleton Williams. i'have just at the close of the world war' soon be begun. 'league. bro dJakero e teirclexenosalre ndvigtdsoc
In order to be eligible ttoAAlpha whethere wassucarusofnew-alwaybroke! Tomaktheirxpense,_alareandariegatdstoc
Lambda Delta a freshman must haveth oks. Most of them were -the 'I told -from a hamburer stand to a near-beer a We present in
l~ an average. of at least half. A and you-so' type, and used to amuse us ex- facorked. mhw hs pas ee
half B, attained while carrying a t cc dingl. There were. many ismfs' "Bill, we've net to sell something that
atjcoming iin aroundl that time too. i"wodack, a'tebatrgointori."
normal schedule. "Thk I esa worul d to. uc m
-" Attetm o ntlato- h "Librarians come in contact with allf"Thsaewnrulidatucm
'kind te im of Isalto h the other day when I was looking a
members of the sorority will receive j 5 pol.PoLadbos hole in my sock, so I wrote the Supr-
~cou~d tere e aythig moevfacin wearhier nneapyoli 70nn~who
their pins, which are in the form o cud hr b nyhn m Avcns enue osirthmanyoeiser Mrinn hoen p y S rn
candls wit fourpearland on g?"
cade ihfu ersadoe she paused a5s if waiting for a re- EKE NEr cater to colege men's furnishings, and
qruby, with' the Greek letters Alpha1 spose. I shook my head in agree- country sein men's hosiery exclusivel4
=Lambda Delta. Pledge ribbons arelment, then she continued. -iet n utrcie hi opeeN " g o e
pbeing ,given out today to, bewrnfr "fowatagdsoyoe.ht selling outfit FREE, and- Jack, it's ai ohn.gve
wor fr ha knockout!- Every color, fabric, and fancy
9th rmadeofteweek. "fyuwn odsoy n ~ tl elwc'i at ifrn
F*r the raier nof the~Miciam ihnteata xprec f ~': \Xhmfin, ~s-and say-they've also got a line-
FrteisaltoofteMcia alibrarian of my acquaintaince I will When my iend, ivMr ofte sn itme'slkrynnd-
chater, which is the fourth to be givepietetouyou.
1organized, two representatives 'ofliraya Eisman, who s educ t- "Jack, I'll have every fellow on ilb ~
"A man came into the 'lbayone"°+ ' ..might campus outfitted with a supply of spring
the national council: of Alpha Lam- day and placed ..a much soiled anid di- ing m, sid I mgtcome"an summer socks and underwear!" 38S flay iard?
~bda Delta are coming from Urbana. i'apidated bcok on the desk.rThe Ii- "Jack,, send for it yourself; there's Stee
The "Illinois chapter was the first to brarian immediately called his atte- to Ann =Arbor, I Was thrilled! I think seeing with for sevenabuers Wit thecmputo-
dent of the sorority. explained that he was a miner andagilmessc nce etee,____________________
agrmetsuhncgeteefor instance,_____________________
VWOMAN EARNS'WAY ON BU RIBBON GOES I who are kind 'to her. I met so many in Lon-j
JOURINE3YROUND 'WORLD ' O SHIRLEY COBB tdon and Paris, as you know if you have readllilltllllltllllttl~i~plI~L~lt
- Although Miss Hilda May Gxordon hl yCbab on prn ri-sout me in the book "Gentlemen Prefer_
istarted on, a four ;months' painting' ing with the New York Giants, other;
trip, she finishad by going around the members of his family are also earn- Blondes." But American gentlemen are-
*world, earning her way as she went Congrecathlycprsig.MisShre nicest. Now I am in the moving pictures and
by= her painting. She was gone irsix b ecnyws named blue ribbon
yerad secsal etoswinner in the ladies' horsemanship I'ml coming to Anin Arbor!1
visiingMahrajhs n Idiaandak-class at the Augusta, G. os hw
t ~ i~gMhrjh nIdaadyk She rode Jier dappled "Gilda "Gray" to r
xIngathe motstrpb hre victory in this event, having already
-y back from' Kashmir to Ladakh in won a second prize ing another class,
c Tibet, Ty :Cobb Jr., is already a first rateI
"On her journey, she stopped along tennis player, and is also adding to
Tthe way frequently to paint anything the famly's athletic glamor. f
that interested her. When she had ,---
a number of paintings she went to 1wl ^/Y...l.. Pl1d~%Y+r!:Y~"7J/I/lJ'l..~i/~3.""~~
the -nearest city and gave an, exhi-=-
bition. By selling her pictures .h
mde enough money to continuehe
trip, and in fact, enough overtoighm toAvs.Sespna
in A h n s w l s a g etdeal of tim e in China and the W estIn i s "N ehe ay , I am g-n t R od i .Cp e e Y

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