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Paris Fashion Critique
Clothes of several various kinds
will be worn by Michigan co-eds while
canceing this spring on the Huron,
it is believed by fashion critics of
New York and Paris. With the pass-
ing 'f winter it is deemed certain that
fur coats, which achieved consider-
able popularity thr. ugh the colder sea-
son, will be discarded; and fur col-
lars, ear muffs, and galo3hes will
likewise be ossed into the ash can.
Herman J. Schnizzleshweezer, famed
French fashion critic, last week vol-
unteered the information that rubbers
will again be worn in wet weather.
The rain-coat or slicker, so popular in
the past, will not be worn for canoe-
ing-at least on clear days, though
clothing of other kinds may be in
Boulevard Wear Optional t
For wear on The Boulevard, no 'such

~Speaker Reports
That Bribery Is
Rife In League
Bribery is rife in the Teacher's
This startling announcement was
made public yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Holen Shambaugh when she
announced the purpose of the Wom-
en's Educational club meeting this
afternoon. For Tea is going to be
served by the members of the club,
many cf whom are prospective teach-
ers, to the brawny and brainy mm--
hets of the Schoolmaster's club, next
Thursday afternoon.
According to Mrs Shamhaugh, as
she told it to a Daily reporter, some
of the women in the club who are en-
rolled with the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, (r which Mrs. Shambaugh is
the Judge Landis, have had a hard
time finding *suitable teaching jobs for
next fall, and many are desirous of
meeting state school men to have per-
sonal interviews concerning positions.
With this in mind, the club is now
planning to soften the superintendents
with tea and wafers and then beg for
Faculty Women's club room's at 22f
Ingalls street, directly back of -1111
Is Latest Oil Plot
In addition to setting the minds of
the prospective lady teachers in mo-'
tion on this latest "OIL" plot, invi-J
tations for the members to send to
men whom they wish to see present
will actually by distributed in public. o
according tc Mrs. Shambaugh. In her :
testimony, she stated that several of J
the girls were anxious to meet cer-
tain of the schoolmen whom they haQ'
not yet had chance to meet for inter-
viewing and that the clubwomen coulfa
mail these to certain schoolmen
Even at this early hour, it was an-
nwcunced that invitstion's had be a
mailed to all superintendents of th, J
state! To- such depths are teachers"c
leagues stoopin1g. e
But the tea which will be given fronm a
3:30 o'clock to 5 o'clock next Thurs-
day afternoon in Tappan hall will m
probably be served, if the schoolmen c
are both careful, and the furthering of r
these nefai:icus plans will be accom-i
plished this afternoon. (Honestly). t:
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dre fi n. ite opinions
were of fere d
though Coach Otto
Blemshnitz of Nor-
mal College Fash-
ion Parade (Ypsi-
lanteye ) declared
that "as in the
past, choice o f
clothing for such
functions will. be
largely a matter
fqr milady's own,
judgment and tem-
Other wet sug-
gesions which have

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In preparation -for the resumption.
of rehearsals during the coming week,
prior to the special showing of the... .;::::-
unior Girls' play, "For The Love of
Pete," Friday, April 27, at the Whit- j
iey theater, there will be a meeting oft
all choruses at 5 o'clock tomorrow in R
Harbour gymnasium.-
Schedules for rehearsals wil be ar- j 1dne Vaiintz
anged at this time, according to VeraJn
ohnston, '29, chairman of the dance Just tak- a look at this young lady
ommittee, and it is imperative that shown above if you want any proof
veryone be present. The perform- that good swimiurs come from Chi-
nce Friday has been listed as one of cago! Merely in passing we ought to
"he outstanding features of entertain- mention that she is a member of the
ent for the Michigan Schoolmasters' Illinois Women's Athletic club splash-
lub, in convention here that week- ers.
nd. Although it is given primarily Jane has already set several
In compliment to thi's organization, records, including one in breast strok-
ickets are obtainable for the general ing at 100 yards in a meet with the
ublic. Dophinetls at Toronto.

emanated from fashion centers report
that, as in the past, bloomer; will be
worn for riding. What the horses
will wear has not been decided.
though in the -early season fashion
parade most of the beasts have ap-



pearea ciac in a brown jur. It is sal i 1 diU * ii ii x . _
to be the latest thing. I J.i 1 Ji~ .1~S A
to e te ltes thng.Freshman women who have ,igned i
Water Taboo Per Swihus . . p with the dance c-onmmittee of the
A number cf other - suggkstions Dr. Cyrus Sturgi , director of Simpp Freshman women who ae otn
niti ue wlldisusf freshmanpgataeakdt un
have been made by the leading fash- son Memorial intitute will discs. a pgt rk ed to urn
out 'for a light workout in Sara Cas-
ion critics. Red flannel underwear is tl4e wTrks of the institute at a meeting well ngell hall at 5 o'clock on Fro-
deemed passe almost universally, and o the American Association of Uni- lyAngell2.ate5oalck osimpi-
sun-bonnets have been tossed into th-I versity women which will be held at Iay, April 20. Attendance is impor-
discard. Women students playing ten- 3:30 o'clock, Saturday at the home of tant, according to the manager, if the
nis so far this spring have appeared Mrs. Clarence Cook Little, South Uni- squad is to round into shape for the'
almost invariably with tennis rackets, versity avenue. early performance of the light--
though the tendency is considered The nominating committee will steppers.
most unartistic and unnecessary by make their report and yearbooks will Helen Ilrunplirey.
most of the co-eds. be distributed at this time.ET
New York crtics are credited with a Officers of the Jackson branch of -EY. IMPORTA4I!
costly bobble for recommending water " A.A.U.W. will be guests at this meet-1
for swimming, nevertheles3, and it is ing. Chi Omega announces the pledging
universally agreed 'that nothing will' of Ruth C. Weber, '29, of Pontiac.
ever persuade- the countless campus BLOOMINGTON, IND. - University
mermaids to approach a pool or even of Indiana women are in the midst lIlill ill
a spot of moisture. . of a campus warfare over the election
of the queen of the annual junior Oval seams accent the backs
A REA WOMEN' PAGE !prom.spelling newness and
smartness. In coats cf satin
1{111{Ill{{1{111{{i ll{!11{111{{11{1{!1! {1{{El{{! t1{Ior broadcloth.
Leather Accessories Are Essentials
To the Woman Who Would Achieve
Distinction in Dress
She chooes a Handbag of dull beige leather trimmed
in alligator. --
Her Cloves are beige, too, with scuffs of a blending
Shi knows that Belts are good and that leather is =
good, so she completes her smart costume with a
B1ige Suedc Belt, futuristic in design.
The Rubley Shoppe
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Party Frock
Exactly to Your Liking
Will Be Found in Our
Collection of
FkA Coat for Madame tha
-that is possessed Pa
of slendering lines and
and seaming.
$ 95 $98.50 ma
Why Pay More? -

en of this university are going to
publish their university Daily over;
Mother's week-end. Women pioneers,
the theme of Mother's week-end, willl
be the motif of the women's issue.
This Page Edited
(Slorts Editor)

With the players on all of the wom-
en's class baseball teams hitting and
fielding with their mid-season form,
the regular spring schedule of the in-
terclass series will get under way
early next week. Practice has been
held twice a week for the past month
at which a large number of candi-
.- dates have turned out, only to be
eliminated by the final s-election of the
isquads which are to participate in the
S-"-~ - - - - - - - - - series.
The pairings for the curtain raisers
to be held Tuesday include a game
between the ouniors and freshmen
I which will be -played simultaneously
--"--:-----with the sophomore-senior contest
At preent there is a shortage of
- T " I scorers which must be remedied be-
fore the series begins. These posi-
tions are open to freshmen.
All, squads will go through their
final workout at 4:15 o'clock this
- DN I ternioon. The following players have
been designated as regulars and are
asked to report at Palmer field for
CORN LL practice.
Seniors-Helen Beaumont Eunice
Child, Sarah Bonine, Marva Hough,
By Court Smith Martha Robinson, Marian Van Tuyl
s last year on April Fools, Audrey Wright, Florence Powers,
Rhoda Tuthill, Gladys Appelt, Eda
t haughty Princeton poked Weiskotten, Jane Folsom.
n at the whole country by Juniors-Frances Miller, Jeanette
a trick story in an April Saurburn, Thelma Levin-e, Velma
ie of The i)aily Princetonian Johnson, Carol McKee, Dorothy Lyons,
ig to the effect that dear old Florence Conrad, Florence Neyer,
wrned down $20,000,000 rather Aletta Morton, Rose Strausser, Ann
co-educational. But that was Zauer, Alice Urban.
i and this is a story about Sophomores-Helen Collins, Arlene
So there. Heilman, Margaret Ohlson, Gertrude
v, listen-the truth hurts, but Smith, MargaretStahl, Adeline Novak,
s, lily-white and unadulerat- Helen Clinton; Elizabeth LeRoy, Mar-
garet Bush, Frences Bielby.
ily reason that they do have Freshnmen-Helen Wilson, Esther
at Ithaca is simply that the Cook, Flora Shafer, Elizabeth Whit-
president there, Dr. Andrew I ney, Helen Sneider, Miriam Locke,
as so influenced by the then Elizabeth Wood.
r of the State Board of Reg- __
)r. Woolworth.
Ten too, it was Dr. Wool-
daother who led the agitation
rst place. Finally, now that
l there, the girls rate even
han they do here, for their
sn't eveni run in the campus
BLUE BIRD Soft Summer Furs
indwich Shoppe $89.50
sir, the boys are cominag
Bird ar ciri h'reValues to $125.00
Bird;,ar a ting hereWh
even 1okeie this way -
e We .are serving clean I These charming coats are
at a rght -price. Ihonest cpied from Worth and Vion-
ey ys gets a gayo net and are softly feminine
101rN O of line. Small stand-up col-
001EY 181LAND 110r
D Slars are a contrast to the
wide cuffs of fur. The fur
that is being used is 'short
T T T T -and smooth with a smart
sleekness. Blonde, moth, and
dusky brown are the favorite
Backs adda- postilion-
lavor to wraps of tweed -cors
oadcloth. Smart and
ing to the slim figure.
$2.0Fine Quality
Values to $59.50
-Tweed; homespun and kasha
are fabrics that are often
used. Again the kersey cloth,
and the heavier satins fash-
ionw the dress coat. The fab-
rics this season are like the
furs - smooth. Excet of
course for the sport coats.
Their claim to smartness lies
in the roughness of -their
- - fabrics.

Swagger Cape
Values to $89.50
I iThe coat that defies you to
onde fur relieves deny its usefulness is one
e furbreliees with a cape collar. As the
sombre blackness style assured owner of this
a broadcloth coat. coat swings down the ave-
)r miss or matron.nue, she ican be proud to
$ 70know that she has selected
$59.50a coat which bears fashion's
stamp of approval. Some of
the capes are divided, one
-over each shoulder, Others
claim one shoulder only for
their support,







New Wraps
u are invited to inspect our outstand
collection of coats. An assortment
t overlooks not a feature of the best BI
ris creations. For about-town, sports the
d formal wear. Models for women oF
models for misses. All expertly F
de and beautifully finished.

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