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SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PG If

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LE'AGUE WILL #PLACE SOCIETYN~
COBNBSTO [ BE~ ['t The Junior Girls' Play is attracting
TH~kt ,,Ymay guests to Ann Arbor this week-
BUILDNG lend.Those who are being entertained
BUILDNG TH RSDA at the Delta Zeta house are Eleanor
Horny, Mary Dunnigan, and Alice
---- Feistier cf Detroit, Hazel Hub and
.ALTUNI AND JREGENTS WILL BI Mrs. Becket of Cleveland, and Vir-
REPRESYNTED) BY ginia Gillette of Tecumseh.
SPEA KERS Enitertain Deams
The members of Gamma Phi Beta
BAND WILL PARTICIPATE entertained the (leans of several of
______the schools of the university at a din-

Betty Nutt, P'res ident, Will Preside
At Ceremony; ;Mary Whlite
To Sumnmarize History
IPlanis for the cornerstone cere-
nony to be iheld at 4:15 Thursday,
March 29, on the league lot, have
been comlpletedl, it was announced
yesterdlay. Betty Nutt, '28, president
of the Women's League, will presidel
at the ceremony. Mary White, '29,
who will represent the undergradu-
ate women, will open the ceremonyl
with a summarized history of thel
League, comp~iledl by Mrs. Wark-
icy and Miss White herself.
Mrs. Vandenburg of Grand Rapids,
who has been very active in the un-
dlergradul ate campa ign, will repre-
sent the alumni, andI will readl the
list of articles to be0 placed in the
cornerstone box. Dr. Sawyer will
give a short mesage from the Re-
gents of the University. President
Clarence Cook Little is to' lay the
cornerstone1.
The University band will also
pa~1rticip~ate in the ceremony, which
will 1be brief and very simple. iEvery-

'ner en Wednesday. The guests were
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean Wilber R. Humphreys, Dean and
Mrs. G. Carl Huber, Dean and Mrs.
Emil Lorch, Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Beatrice Johnson, Miss Grace E:
Richarson, Miss.Ethel McCormick, and
Dr. Margaret Bell.
,lnmdors Are Guests
The members of the Junior Girls'
Play cast have been entertained this
week at their respective houses and-
dormitories. Spreads have been given
in the houses and at tea rooms~.
Among those who entertained are
Helen Newberry Residence, Betsy
Barbour House, Martha Cook Build-
ing, Delta Zeta, Sigma Kappa, and
Pi Beta Phi.
Anniounces New Patroness
Kappa Delta announces a new pa-
troness, M~rs. Walter F. Hunt, of Ann
Arbor.
Patronesses of the chapter will be
the guests of Alpha Omicron Pi next
Saturday at the bridge tea given for
the benefit of the Women's League.
Alumnae To See Play
Three alumnae,- Mrs. John ;Hume
of Mulskegon, Miss Ruth Layman (of

NEW LEAGUE LIBRARY HONORS THE -WMO, RY AOF
JESSi E HOR TON KESSLER ,,. iPOMJNN T ALUMNA!
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MICHIGAN CLUBS
IN NEW YORK TO!
SPONSOR CONCERT'
Min~le. Crazier Ozinun, a former St u-
dent, in the Vanivcrsity Schrool oft
music, will make her debu~it in New
York on March 210. As a. student in
Annr Arbor, she was a member of the
choral union, and she has also been
on the May festival plrograms. Mtine.
Ozmun comp~letedI her study inl Ger -I
manmy and :Paris.I
Mie. Ozmrun comcs fh'o in a family
of MVIichigan people. Heri fatheor, Al-
[red Crozier, graduatedit roni the
Michigan law school inl [880, and her

Elizabeth Struthers
Dies Of Pneumonia-
Elizabeth Struthers '29, daughte-raof
11r ;and Mrs. 0. B. Struthers of P'leas-
ant Ridge, died quite suddenly at
10:30 o'clock P~riday night at the Unri-
vers ity hospital. Miss Struthers was
taken sick a week ago Saturday and
was taken immediately to the hospital
with an acute case of pneumonia.
She went to Olivet College her first'
year, transferring to the University,
last year. She xva's a member of the
Kamm~ Kappa Gamma fraternity.

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aunt, a medical mliss-ionary in Kan-'
Aoki, India. is a graduate of the med-
ical school.
Through her interest in the league,
VMine. Ozmnun is giving the proceeds
of her first concert to the New "York
group) cf Michigan women. The con-
cert is being sl)i soiedl by the men's
University off Michigan Clubi of New
York, in conjunction with the M lichi-
g~an women. The program is pllannedj'
so as to make the performance a real
?Michigan night.-

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FRES11MEN WVOMFN
All freshmen women who have
not paid the pageant fee of one
dollar may do so Monday in Bar-
bour gymnasium between 10 and
12, or between. 2 and 4. All eli-
gible freshmen who have not
already done so are urged to pay
the fee at this time.
Margaret Eaman is chairman
of the finance committee for th~e
pageant, and members of her,
committee will bie stationed in
Barbour gymnasium at the hours
statedl above.

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Ladies! Listen!. Look!

The memnoual library in the new
league building is to 1)e dedicated to
the late JTessie Molrton Kessler, '01,
pir-minenit Michigan alumna, who was
very active in League work. Mrs.
Kessler was a graduate of the Rush
Medical college, Chicago. She studhied
later at the Sourbunne and also in
Vienna, ai was deepily interested in
scientIific mnedical research.
Mrs. Kessler was the originator
of the famous Ann Arbor meap, which

>e be designed and( prodlieol a.it br he host classics andl literature
own expense, proscn t ing it as a gift l1)r icerone,. It:i; to be 'open toa
to the league. She wais one of the m alwi s ant:( undergraduates, and
first to make a gift of $;1,000)to the l e ie. room where t hey may dro
league campaign. 11 or untimoly death andl bro~wse at will.
in January, 1927, cautsedl groait sor, Dr. Karl Kessler was keen]
row to michigan Women01, and theliei- ('erest 0(1An thlis memorial to) his
brary is to hb-leoicat edt as a litbIing and( had, planned interesting
tribte t herntem~y. ons to if, carrying out his w
tribut tofhrememryr such a room. 1-us dea
The library is to; be a r'oml 10 by , tN, weieks Ago imay make it ii
40, and will he devoteId to 'cu rrent511)1 (' to carry out all his dreanr
reading, books, anad p iioitlica Is, w ithiii wox-

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oine who is interested inr the league !Detroit, and Miss Elizabeth Garrett
is urged to co0me, and the ceremony I of Kalamazoo, who have returned to
is public.l Ann Arbor to see the Junior Girls'
Play, are being entertained at the
F"A SHION01%ASHOW lis Alpha Phi house.
SAlpha Xi Delta has as guests for
UNIQUE F AT URE the week-end: Mrs. G. T. Sanzenhach-
r er, Mrs. Larry Bevin,, and Mr:S. TM.
OF* S ORTS ART Y Caple of Toledo, Mrs. J. H. Boyd and(
Miss Elizabeth Boyd of Muskegon,
One of the features of the F/incy 1 Mrs. J. F. Follmer of Vicksburg, and
Dress party of the Womens league,] Mrs. J. Harter of Schoolcraft, and
to b-e given at S o'clock on M~arch Miss Frances Brown of Detroit. Ear-
31 inlBarbour; gymnasiull, will be j hier in the week Mrs. B. Nagelvoort of
a fashion show by Jacobsen's. It will ; Royal Oak and Mrs. A. M. Vcos (L
bie given in Safrah Caswell Angell Grand - Rapids were in Ann Arbor to
hall, anld will be accomplaniedl by see "For the Love of Pete."
special music and lighting effects. To 1Holdl Recehtiomi
iVodels will be chosen 'from among . The Alpha Epsilon chapter of Alpha
thme women students of the Uni- Xi Delta and patrone-ases are givinig
versity, and ltime namies wil1)0 kept a reception Tuesday from 3:30 to G
secret. o'clcck in honor of the new patron2-
The four class stunts, which arc, esses; Mrs. Cyrus Sturgis, Mrs. Theron
given every year, will 1)e of a varied I F. Blankford, Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson,
natur thi yea, an and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Newvcomb.
natre hisyea,, ndwill add spice The dining room will be decorated in
to the evening's entertainmxeitt. roheir pink and the following wifl pour:
o2rgaiization is uinder the directi-f I'4Ms.I-H. H. Seeley, Mrs. Frederick Cal-
of Elizabeth McCurdy, '29. 1cr, and Mrs. C. D. Tfhor~pe.
Music for (lancing will be fturnished Alumnae of Collegiate Sorcsis gave
by (Ina Mower's orchestra, which ; luncheon Saturday in Detroit in
will b)0 swelled to five pieces forl honor of the senior and freshmnen
the occasion.; members.
Prizes will b)e given for costumes, I-_______
but will 1)0 given to individluals inl-I At Miami university the wvomn
steadi~ of to houses this year, since held a Leap-year party for the men.
sports costumes offer such a wide .! They made all arrangements for the
sc01)e for individual originality. Cos-j party, called up for the dates, and
imes exhibiting the fashions of any sent "flowers. They came for' the
known era and sport will appear ( men and took them home after the
some of them funny, son of them dance.
dainty, and others5 beautiful. E -
D~ecorations and refreshmenlts will Almost 10% of the studlents of
also( follow the sn~orts idea. Poster Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
displays will advertise the affair in ; ology, come from foreign countries.
the halls of Barbour gymnasium, Uni-l--
vehsity hall, and in the three larger ___________________________
women's doriatories.I
Ellen Groff, '23, chairman of the
so c ia l c o n ;' n itte e o f th e W o m e n 's l e g e-il b s i s e n p e a -l
inig for the Fancy Dircss party /byj
Jean low, .'28, Katharyn Field, '29,
Esther Ander'son, '30, Katharine
Butler, '29, tandlIElizabeth McCurdy, "I nedt aitnc wcarpet-iiliich
'29. 5 ti ll a-Ve? Some say (o1er-

For' years the women east and south of the campus have been
hoping that someone would open a 'women's hosiery store east
of the campus. Your wish has been fulfilled with the open-
ing of t~he
VANITY HOSIERY SHOP
Vt ( ' ldni "I ';care Ion I st University, With ia ( onizplcre liini of
high ('1An s,, 111 ")hi ionied osieriy, ini Servi'e weight amidlshee r
chiiffoiis, in Al lthenewest Eastercilaes at pop~ular prices.
COME IN ANDIM ~P US SHO0W YOU
Vanity Hosiery Shop

Egyptian Husbands May Divorce'"WIves
By Repetition of Three Word Fortmulat
Annoy your husband and lie will divorce her husband uiles ; she cari
repeat three times "I divorce thee" prove cruelty or neg;lect.
andpretoyouwil bea dvored The situation komietimnes a rises
and reso! ou wll )0 (hiorcd Iwhere the man whoo has,(livrlcOedll is.
woman. All this, b)e it understood, wife wants her back agaii. [lIathis
is in Egypt. case there are complicated enWI~s gov-
In the land (of the Sphinx and' the ernmg the situation, namely, th,, tins-
Pyramids, (divorce is a simple matter hand may (divorce his vwifettwice anal
-for the husband. The procedure it- have her back twice hut It' cannot ito
self c Insists in repeating three times it the third time, untless in the menian-
the three formula words "I thee dIi- while she has marr'ied ain t h e n1,,
vorco.' Grounds for (divorce are and this man has again divorood hber.
equally trivial in nature. A husband The servant class in., igyli xv ho
may divor ce his wife because lie is come almest, eit ireiy from t lie so iiili-
tired o(f her, because she has annoyed ern part of the Nile to ( agi ro antd the
him, or be cause she may not have Delta area, always le ave tiHeir awiv s
borne him childrien. at home, frequemntl1y forget, Ii eii, andli
onl the oilher hand-a woman cannot marry others.

NOTICESI
Thlweovwl le a special meeting of
i'egatsus at 4 o'clock in Barbour Gymn-
Alterations
$ Dressmaking
Hemstitching
JEWELRY
andf
I SWEATERS
The Quality
e Hestitching Shop
I7.1 N. Univi. Phione .)?la

T t for Easter
Weber's fnd. Buntel's
In Easter Boxes.
Chocolate E ggs, Rabbits and Novelties
THEMAXROY
Under the Michigan T heatr'e Sign
PHOINE 63~

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Easter
Preparations
(i.r lothes mtake flie xsmart
mInit(13119111 We addtik'he dsiird
smar9Itne's t.:7your 'cast-offs.j
L
INiid'els ArcadeI

Most Sensational1 Surprise of All
F~or Your iefore-Vacatiori \ave
The Firs-r.tIzek in April
Eugene and H olywood Permanents
Reduced to
$8.00
POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP
Over (,ihasi's
No Appoinlimeiis for_ Reduced Prmanenits After March 3 1

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McI eLL UN IVJE SITY, 'Mlont real--!
Each aft ernoon thle patrons of thel
'Tea Room" arme entertained by nmu-
sical selections 0)f various types.

itig file whole floor is all the
rate. Elen liy honie will look
like Mrs. Thin's, 1rs.4')ick's,
anid Mrs. Harry's. Also if lity
husband happens, to drop it
cigarette anid it burnstlis
broadlloomii carpet it is irre.
ti'ievably ruined. If I get an
Hleirloomi Chinese rugy of M1rs.
Mferrck-l can lhave somuething
distillptive, somiethinig differentf
-If I orter, I can not .only ex-
press lily 0ow11ta'ste-Iiiy owni
inidividuality-hiow exactly ta'
cm)1ors amid sizes L want, tuck ill
liy own initials which make tit(,
rug nwrct, valued, by les('eld-
Cats, atnd~ will protect it againats
theft always - bint I c'anl sav
front, her, stock-price and best
of all, if. at aniy tinme thee rmmp'
bets burnied or injured I canl
get wool a exactly nmatcla
datmaged palrts amid cani leave it
replre4l t i;1 one can ever tell
a iever injur'ed."
MRS. )IEBRICKi is now In
D~etroit, -ivlere shte huas it won-
derful display at, the Flower
Mhow at Convenitionm Hall, Thec
rugs will: againi be on exhibit at
HIEUR OME - 928 CHURCH
ST.-ON NEXT TUILESDAY . She
leis not only ia very large stock

The Most Complimented Stockfing in America

"Ruby

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FULL ASHINED T3_ply

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A quiet homelike place to
refresh yfourself' after a show
or dance.
The quality of our light
lunches and sodas is our first
consideration.

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Our own guaranteed 1 00 per cent Silk F'iis~x jug, 1 U t -) tucard, straight
back to the silkworm. A stocking wih so moany qjualities that we could
fairly ask a greater price, but we are not. "Ruby Ring" costs 'no more than
any other stockin~g in Whe same class.
Thle only stocking of its kind in this city and the best stocking of its kind
anywhere. Offered 'in every shade for stI cc o < c>=. ing tiear.
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The Cape Coat

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Swagger, debonair, the cape of today has a
smart flare that lends distinction to the coat.
Developed sometimes in only the sleeve cape,
again in the half or scarf-'ape, it flows into

Special .Dinner and
Luncheon On Sunday~i.

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