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HOUSING RE GLA TLONS,
LEAGUE RULES APPLYTSMESSIN
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EPTION IS PLANNED BY
VISERS FOR ALL WOM EN
STUDENTS

WOMEN'S LEAGUE JUDICIARY COUNCIL ACCOMPLISHES
MUCH DURING SUCCESSFUL YEAR, CHAIRMAN STATES
"Though the Judiciary council of tion, the advisers give the final decis- we stress individual attention."
"sgeaJueicasynondits on. Just recently, Miss Dorothy Camp-
the Women's League has not had its All such transactions are kept yelll: h4ied nrrse at theJUniversity los-
activities during the year published, strictly confidential, each member of pital has been added to the body, ex
yet we feel that a good deal has been the council is sworn to secrecy on officio, to give psycho-analytic tests
accomplished, and that the work of being elected, and therefore the ex- to special cases under consideration.
the council is well worth while," states act nature of offenses and their pun--
Laura Osgood, '28, chairman of the ishment are mostly unknown. Features Foyer
council during the past year. The chief principle actuating the Of
The board is composed of five mem- members of the organization is that Embodies Beauty Of
hers, three seniors, one of whom is each girl must be treated individual.
the chairman, and two juniors. Each "There is no punishment for any pa- Un
Syear, one senior and two juniors are ticular offense," continued Miss Os-versity useu
elected in the all-campus elections- good, "and I think it well to note that
The retiring chairman reommends Rising to a hei ;ht of two stnsries, the4
one of the serving juniors to be the SAYS FASHION IS foyer of the neT University museum
next chairman, and the advisers of TO HAVE KODAKS embodi-es the I atties of the whole
women make the appointment. MATCH huilding. The wtrlls are of travertine
Every Monday and Wednesday from COSTUME stone imported from Italy, hile the
4 to 6 o'clock the council holds its s

ELECT NEW OFFICERS
IN SYMPHONIC LEAGUE~

hIemmers f School Of Music To
Given Same Privileges As
University Students

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EXCURSIONSTO BE HELM
Talks By Prominent Faculty Members
And Plays By Rockford Players
To Feature Summer Program
Activities for women -during the
summer session of the University
have been outlined by Miss Beatrice
Johnson, who is to be summer advis-
er of women. She emphasizes partic-
ularly the fact that all housing regu-
lations and Women's League rules in
force during the regular sesion wil
also apply to the summer session
There has been considerable misun
derstanding with regard to this point
Plan Reception for Women
Soon after the opening of summer
school o( reception for all women stu
dents is planne. Another means o
firthering acquaintanceship during
the summer will be t'1e social danc
ing class which is to be conducted by
Miss Ethel McCormick of the physi
'cal education' department. This clas,
will meet every Tuesday and Thurs-
day afternoon. In addition to this class
in social dancing, there will also bE
instruction in natural dancing, an
the natural dancing class will presen
sa dance recital sometime in August
A large reception is to be given fog
the Rockford Players, who are t
give a number of plays in Sarah Cas
well Angell hall over a season o
seven weeks.
Talks by proninent faculty mer
hers have been arranged to take plac
almost daily These talks will he of
a large variety of subjets and ar
expected to add much to the inter
est of the summer session.
Excursio~ns Are Scheduled
Numerous side-trips for both me
and women are scheduled as part o
the summere activity. These includ
an excursion to the Ford Motor Com
pany on July 30; a trip to Niagar
Falls and" ileiiity on July 6; a visi
to the Detroit News building, includ
ing the broadcasting station, WWJ, o:
July 14; an excursion to Put-in Bay
Lake Erie, on July 28; and an excur
sion to the Michigan\State Prison a
Jackson on Augi 4
Miss Johnson regards the studen
who attends summer school as beinri
particularly earnest in her objectives
This is because most summer stud
ents fall into one of two categories
A large 'number are teachers wh
come to the University for specia
summer stiufy. The other class i
composed of. those regular student
who come to make up deficiencies i
their credits.

CAMPUS SHOPS SHOW NEW STYLES
FOR WOMEN TO BE MORE FEMI

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meetings.,At which timethe cases re'
quiring settlement are brought i for
consideration. The council is the law-
enforcing body of the Women's Lea-
gue and as such, it decides the pun-
ishment to be meted to offenders.
When a case is brought to the ad-
visers office concerning the actions of
a girl, it is referred to this body for
investigation and settlement. The
plaintiff then states her case, and as
many witnesses as are necessary are
brought before the council, before the
defendant appears before the body.
All surrounding circumstances are re-
viewes, iometimes the girl's envir-
onment and parentage are taken into
consideration, and the offense is pen-
alized by the council. In cases of ex-
pulsion, suspension, or strict proba-
TO HOLD TRACK MEET I
Everyone wiho is interested-in
entering the track meet to be
held at 8 o'clock on Monday
morning, May 28, at Palmer field
is asked to sign up with Rhoda i
Tuthill, 8913, before tonight.

"Vanity Kodaks," in colors to match'
the costume, are the ,latest decree of
fashion, declared Mr. Francisco of the
Francisco-Boyce Photo Company in an
interview recently.
Cameras finished in stylish shfades
and carried in smart cases of the same
tint have appelared on Park avenue
and in the leading women's colleges,
and recently the manufacture of such
cameras was announced by the East-
man Kodak complany to its dealers.
The fashion of "Vanity Kodaks" in
color is said to be part of the general
style trend toward women's costume
accessories that match the ensemble.
MINNESOTA-Women at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota are protesting
against the double standard among
men and women for participation in
student activities, and have author-
ized a committee to draw up a plan
by which a straight "C" average
would be required of any student for
eligiblity. Under the present system
all women must have a "C" average,
while there is no special rule in re-
gard to men except that there shall
be no conditions or failures for the
previous quarter -in school.

floors are of Tennessee marble, bad-
ger gray and Tripoli coloTed.
The color note is struck in the ceil-
ing which is of molded plaster, tint-
ed in pa-stel blues and rose and out-
lined in gold. Features of particular
interest are the conventionulized an-
imal de:signs of monkeys, geese, lions,
etc., into which the plaster is mo.d-
ed.

NAME CHAIRMAN IN FALL
From 12 until 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, Symphonic League mem-
bers cast their votes for the new of-
ficers of the -organization. Carolyn
Slepicka, '29, was chosen president,
and Derothy Wilson, vice-president.
Three other officers were elected by
the ballot. Madeline Brooks was elec-
ted secretary; Natalie Donaldson,
treasurer; and Orma Weber, social
chairman. The other officers of the
League are appointed by the Student
council. In the fall, the council willi
announce the chairmen of the schol-I
arship, music, bulletin, membership
and publicity committees.
Last year the SymphonicLeaguein-
troduced a new custom, that of 11
scholarship cup. Any student takin
music work in the school is entitledl
to compete for this cup. Each Febru-
ary and June it is awarded to the
woman having the highest schoilar-
ship record.

By E. V.
Styles for the college women appear
to be taking a more ifeminine turn ac-
cording to the summer wear being dis-
played by the campus shops. Even
the 'sports dresses are coming in a gay
variety of washabl" prints with yel-
low leading the other p'astel shades in
popularity.
Light printed chiffons are to be
worn for dinners and informal dances.
With these are worn wide brimmed
hair-braid hats in a complementary
shade. Smaller :ha-ts for street wear,
are coming in the hair-braid, with vel-
vet trimmings, and a's last year, the
narrow-brimmed hat of felt, woven
straw, or silk must be very crushable.
French ebony pumps are being
shown for dress, with the laddition of
hand-carved bone buckles. , With the
colored sports dresse's are being worn
slippers of colored kid in the sandal
If'c cc h is v ?ry good this seas-n.

A new feature, and one quickly
taktn up by the woman wNho
golf, is a shde with a heel me
course regulations yet with the i
viation of an arch identical with
in the highest. heeled pump.
For the coat, which is a nece
these cool evenings, ite In 1
weave and flannel is by for the
p-pular, although for the womi
prefers black the year round, a
her s-re being shown in crepe
:xnd other silk materials. Fur f
being shown, although it is
either on- the collar or cuffs, nev
both.
Little change is noticed in the
sories - gloves, bags, and ti
blend to complete tie ensemh'
the present season however, whi
gloves maintain their gauntlet
they are being shown more in
and white than in the colored

Lie astrawberries? Then you'll
le thtwo-layer brick of rich
Ann Arbor Dairy Ice Cream!

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All of the brass-work, including the
perforated-bronze door and the rail-
ings of the balcony and staircases are
of ,hiand-wrought bronze.
BALTIMORE-For the second time
Maryland Democrats in a State con-
vention in a wildly enthusiastic dem-
onstration pledged support to Gov.
Albert C. Ritchie for the Democratic
presidential nomination.
NORTHWESTERN - One student

The women's organization, similar
in plan to the Women's League of the
University of Michigan, has been in
existence for about fifteen -years; the
men's was started last year. Tho
School of Music is aflilialed with the
University, but the respective organ-
izations have never been closely con-
nected. Next year, however, all wom-
en will receive athletic books and thel

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here is graduating with a record of men will be admitted to the Michigan,
thirty-seven A's and one B. Unon.

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CALIFORNIA-Over two thousand
seniors received diplomas at the com-
mencement exercises held here a week
ago.
WOMEN ONLY
Two vacaneies in my Euronean travel
ro n viith gLisbon, Cadiz, Seville.
Tanjiers, Gbriltar, and Algiers en-
route.
MRS. H. W. CAKE
1145 Whshtenaw Dial 3597

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512 East Williams
Come Here for Your
SUNDAY DINNER =
Chinese or American Dishes
Special 10 Per Cent Discount Given to Fraternity
or Sorority Students
Perfumes that Express
Every Complex Plood
The modern young woman has been
trained in the idea that every costume
must effect a perfect harmony of unity,
andhshe chooses her perfumes to accord
with her type, mood and the occasion of
iher costume. Naturally, she is ex-
quisitely critical in finding the odeurs
that will pique her fancy.
Whether you want a rare, exclusive per-
fume or one very well known, Mack's
cansupply"your needs from a wide as-
sortment.
(First Floor)

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Over Chubb House

DOWNTOWN TICKET SALE CIRCUS DAY AT
D1AWSON BROS. DRUG STORE

Announcing the New Bob
Also Wind Blown Bobs
We Do Ladies' Finger Waving
Miladies Beauty Shoppe
Ho l~wood Method of Permanent Waving

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Expert Worlkmanship
CLARK'SSHOE
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is on and many are saving on new
spring footwear
$10.00 FLORSIHEIMS Now $8.85 AND A FEW LOTS AT $7.85

CNOTICE
Openings for a few more members in the
STAR TOUR
have occurred. This is a Personally Con-
ducted Tour where second class rail, good
hotels, auto and carriage trips, admissions
to galleries and museums, services of guides
and transportation of baggage is included.
60 DAYS - ONLY $635
Nine countries visited. Leave June 9 or 23.
Local people already booked.
Sightseeing, Automobile Tours and Meals
begin the first day at Montreal, where three
meals are included. The next day, five hours
at Quebec, then Liverpool, Chester, London
five days, Brussels, lHague, Amsterdam,
steamer down the Rhine, Wviesbaden, 1leidel"
berg, Lucerne, Interlaken, Montreux, Zurich,
Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Nuremberg,
Leipzig, Dresden, Berlin, Cologne, Paris five'
days, then to Montreal or New York. Italy
may be included if des red.

PACKARD OXFORDS NOW $6.90 AND $7.90

SPORT SHOES $6.90

ALL STYLES IN WOMEN'S SHOES CUT TO $5.90, $6.90 and $7.90
ALL NEW STYLES IN SPORT OXFORDS CUT TO $6.90 (A REAL BUY)
WE MUST REDUCE STOCK AT ONCE BEFORE COLLEGE CLOSES

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