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3Fa 3 fit" EMMARY 14, 1921

THE ICHICA DAILY'

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COOKEMember Of Board Of Representatives ORachmaninoff Chooses Pianoforte As
Approves Present System Of Advisers Most Interesting Sort Of Piano Work
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NE PORTS11RECIIIR In connection with the discus- ordinary consultation about f- KAISergei Rachmaninoff has at one ing this last spectacular ventureTheD
sion concerning the possible fairs. time or another in his colorful until 1906, when he began devoting Mond
"I have seen both systems in career undertaken with marked himself almost entirely to compo- buildi
Penny Carnival Date Is Changed'tn mmistra- operation here at the University," A closely contested and extremely success almost all branches of sition and going on concert tours second
By Board Because Of Other tive policy of having three advisors Miss Grinnell continued, "and I interesting game between Betsy work connected with the piano. through Europe and America. whoI
Activities of women instead of one dean, think the present system is farBbour and Kappa Kappa Gamma! Throughout his periods of transi- It was perhaps Sergei Rachman- one gi
several senior women have ex- better than the other, at least as a tion .and always holding his great-inoff's long connection with the are el
At the regular meeting of the pressed their opinions regarding1 far as the undergraduate women resulted in a 17 to 17 tie yesterday est interest; has been the speciali- Moscow Opera and Theatre, not to wome
executive board of the Women's the situation. Ellen Grinnell, '29, are concerned. The alumnae per afternoon in the first round of play zation in pianoforte. mention his early training at the of C,
Athletic Association, Eleanor member of the Board of Repre- haps prefer a single head who is in the Intramural basketball tourn- ( One wonders, though, if it was conservatory in this Russian city newsp
Cooke '31a was elected manager of ampreresponsible, but I feel that it t ament. The game was undecided not the decade between 1893 and that stamps his work as being tendt
outdoor sports to fill ,ihe place isentatives who has been active in impossible for student women to during all the last quarter with 1903 that leaves for him the most most deeply influenced by the Jun
left acant by the resignation of the Women's League declares her-obta m the same degree of sati-irst one tam getting the lead and vivid and happiest memories. It Moscow school. And it is his in- play r
Franes Whipple, '31. As the sea- self in favor of the present system. faction from the single dean. then the other. The Betsy team, was in this comparatively brief nate sense of musical beauty, aug- maki
rs"I think the system of havin hich was far outplayed in the span of years that the famous mented by these associations, that whoa
son for outdoor activities is nowAIthnecauseRachmaninoffs works to be on th
on and as it is one of the most three advisers is superior to thatC a p oemppratses And composer acted as professor of cfirst part of the game, came uptusenRychari rswhn
a o hainga sngl den,"Mi ro beindto cor th deidig Ipiano at the Maryinski institute "splendidly characteristic and rich naslu
important at Michigan, this is a of havmg a single dean," Miss from behd to score the deciding for Girls at Moscowin variety and color"
very important event. Grinnell said, "because among the Approves Valentines point. A free throw made byf irlsa t oscmw.invaiemyhandreseo
Aste ae hchhd eni Sparing some time from his group.
As the date which had been pre- three, a woman is almost sure to Frances Miller in the last half duties as a professor, Sergei"Rach- FoMak
viously announced for the Penny find one personality that is more Well, my dear, here it is Valen- minute ended the game. The maninoff conducted the Moscohw Spring Styles Fromrm
Carnival, an annual W. A. A. func- pleasing to her than either of the tine's day and of course many Kappa team showed great strengthris Are D iscTmseh
tin,a -coincided with other campus other two, so that she finds a more feminine hearts are all atwitte at and was very well balanced, being London visit in 1899 was conduct-ine PaarsoAfe Dtd ia
affairs, itwas hugtadvisable ypahtchandling of her parti- the prospect of a Valentine from equally strong in all divisions. ing the London Philharmonic So- Imakin
by the ,board to change it. The cular problems. With a single the boy-friend. And really, if Their passing was especially good. ciety Concert, at which time he Latest information from Paris on partic
new date has been announced as dean of women, such a choice Is there is anything to advertising, Kappa Kappa composed many of the selections Spring styles brings the welcome this
March 6. At this time the final of course impossible. A second the crop of valentines this year Betsy Barbour Gamma which he' himself played as first news that the jacket ensemble has range
game of the intramural basketbal advantage is that it is easier to should surely excell that of past F. Miller. RF.....I Eaman pianist. been given an important place in o'clocl
tounadentt w boe pla asde an get in touch with the advisers seasons, because everything from F. Rayburn ....LF......K. Brook The conduction of the Moscow the formal wardrobe for spring. jWill
added attraction to the usual side- than with a single dean, for at flowers for the girl-friend to a H. Wilson .... . .JC.......B. Swift Imperial Theatre occupied the This effectively combines a short candy
shows and booths. rg least one of them can usuallly be vacuum cleaner for the wife has D. Marshick ...SCC......M. Stuart composer for a few years, follow- I coat with a dress, having abbrevi- this s
A meeting of all regular mem- !reached. Under the other system, been advertised as a Valentine sug-B.S thr...R ..D.am aedsevwicisjtast-21.
br of W A. A has been sched- Initvwas oftes ampossinlentoug- B. Smther .... RG... D. Samplel lated a sleeves, which is just as 'at- 21116.
bes fr WA.dA.nasd been sched, iwas often impossie to get in gestion.nOf course the latter won't H. Supe ......LG......K. Badger BASKETBALL PRACTICES (tractive after the jacket is re-' Kap
uled foar Wednesday, February 27, touch with the dean, even for be of any value to most of the I moved as it is when the combina-. eeti:
and will be held at the Women's I men on the campus, but the for- In the 4 o'clock game a strong ARE ADDED TO SCHEDULEm is wore togehe inai
Athletic building. All members ,'m and fast Alpha-Xi Delta team de- ion is wore together. inW
A A.U W P R ISmer-well that's a different So ppua aste hr- pr
who have not paid their dues aree -* U. WY. PA TIIES3 ter hn feated.the Sigma Kappas, 21 to 12.' The in s bSo popular was the short- appro
urged to do so at once. They will CONTINUE TODA Y Anyway, my dear, I think the Both teams had good forwards, and tic re efore eb sleeved sport frock that Paris e
be received by Arleine' elaCO TN E T DY__nwymer__hiktetce eanbfoetebginn fe
tearer. Heilman, quaint custom of sending Valen- for a time the game was very close signers have adopted this very te
treasurer.First of the sixteen pledge par- tines should be kept up an not However, the ability of the Alpha te ieray tou e on feminine trend in all materials put
Ofiinteresthtosallwomenlongcamar-!.XitDeltanforwardsHelen Harter Tuesday, February 26, due to the and the dresses will be worn al-Aru
is t anomen of the ties being given under the auspices I be ahowed to lapse as so many s fact that an additional practice d m t ersall uewr n l wore
pus of the local branch of the Amer other traditions have. Of course, and Marian Geib, to take advan- has been added to the schedule.ost universally under light oe
W. A. A. skating party which will ican Association of University Wo- that isn't exactly what you'd .call tage of free throws totalled up This makes it possible for all wo- spring coats. Under these new marri
be held at the Coliseum on Friday, meen were those yesterday at the a university tradition, so perhaps many extra points. men who are out for the first less which are to be worn care-
March 2 The skating rink will b homes of Mrs. G. W. Pattersonit is fairly safe around here. But Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Kappa teams to be present at a total of opn, A sarterang ecie MI
given over for that afternoon to Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. Al.'its such a nice tradition, I mean H. Harter .....RF.....M. Stahl seven out of ten practices. It also I
the W. A. A. who will have charge '... knotted at the back or a becoming
ofdspens.iA. tikets. will hr fred H. White, and Mrs. Max it actually is . because it brings M. Geib........LF......A. Novak 'gives anyone who comes out for berta or a esotis
be dsenertinmetsd efres Winkler, at which more than 16( such a lovely supply of candy, K. McMurray...JC.....M. Zahn the last three practices an oppor- prmary aim.thsThe
ments also. Complete plans fr guests were entertained. Reserva- I flowers, and what-not to the so- E. Connell.....SC.....O. Gillett tunity to make the second squads.,rtmaryeo dh'-zation
thenprty llbe nnone lat tions may still be made for tables rority houses and dormitories. I M. Follmer .... RG... W. Crawford Two teams will be chosen from For those who welcomed the at- open
_h___ ___ an c_ t at the parties to be held today and mean it really does. And if you A. Lambie .....LG...... D. Fencel each class entered in the tourna- tractive bustle back, seen in the luck
tomorrow by calling Mrs. Hugh don't happen to be the popular The hard fighting Gamma Phi ment. winter evening dresses, a modified Faul
TO SHOOT MEET Keeler, 21286. While most of the kind who receives anywhere from Beta team was also eliminated from All of the tournament games version of this has been adopted bands
tables to be served are for after- one to ten pounds of chocolates the tournament when they fell by will be played at 4 o'clock in the i tailored and sports clothes. bids<
Inoon parties, several are open in' every Valentine's day, no one per- a 24 to 6 score at the hands of the afternoon if it can possibly be ar- Pleats i the back stitched far for b
Oklahoma Mechanical and Agri- 'the evening for men as well as son can consume that much candy Chi OmeIas A stron offensive at- ranged. They -will continue down on the hipline achieve a A r
cultural College and the University women. before it gets stale anyway, so tack in which the forwards starred through March 21, and the entire slender silhouette. Mond
of Maryland will, fire a telegraphic Red tulips and Valentine deco- everyone else benefits, too. So I'm for the Chi Omega team, was the basketball season will come to a These few hints on what the toma
meet with the University of Mich-'rations prevail, and the refresh- strongly in favor of continuing f th r ' close with the basketball banquet well-dressed woman will wear are obtai
igan's women's rifle team this ments also reflect Valentine's day. the custom-I'd even be willing to reasonor earge score. T which will be held on March 26. taken from McCall's magazine for their
week, sometime before Saturday The hostesses of the remaining aid and abet the advertisers in Gamma Phis scored only in one March. they'
noon. The local women will fire twelve parties are Miss Anne Hin.. their campaigns to lure the ever spurt, and they were n a Electric devices today can sur- 1whov
only one target, the outcome being shaw, Mrs. James Breakey, Mrs. susceptible male into buying a again to threaten their opponent s pass the human eye in sensitive- Shect music sales have been Best
'wired to each of the opponents. Shirley Smith, Mrs. R. H. Curtiss, valentine for his girl-friends-or goal.ness, it was proved when electri- greatly increased since "talkies"
All women who have had rifleMrs. Bishop Canfield, Mrs. Otto valentines for his girl-friend, as Chi Omega Gamma Phi Beta ally controlled robots detected have become so popular, for every-
work during the past semester and Haisley, Mrs. Donald May, Mrs., the case may be. G. Leonard . . . .RF .....V. Glaize and extinguished fires, counted] one wants the theme songs. A
who are 'interested in trying out Edward Adams, Mrs. John L And really, I don't see how any- M. Muffley .... LF..... R. Wagner people and objects, and gave slump took place a few years ago
for the teani that will compete Brumm, Mrs. Earl Dow, Mrs. D. one could. be so unkind as to in- H. Burrell .....JO... E. de Journo warning of theft-bent hands, as because of the big radio market, CA
Sgalnst these two colleges should 'M. Cowie and Mrs. L. W. Oliphant. i fer that that I am a gold-digger, M. Sibley .....SC..H. Kortenhoff demonstrated by John V. Breisky. but now 50,000 copies of sheet
report at the range in the field, The card parties constitute one because I am really sponsoring E. LeRoy ......RG....M. Joslyn A'New York store advertises a music are sold to the former
house before Thursday and report of the ways in which the A. A. U. W. something that is for the advan- I R. Bishop .....LG...... L. Joslyn sale on "hurt books." They are 10,000.
'there at'4 o'clock Thursday after- has raised money for the Wom- tage of women 'in general, not just ----Tvolumes that were physically in- I
noon.. The exact time for firing en's League building. The profit myself in particular, I mean I MINNESOTA-Women at North- jured during the holiday season
the meet has not been set. of this year's enterprise will be actually am, my dear. University of Miami don bathing i rush to the book counters. Strin ls . Supplies
used to purchase an Oriental rue room by the dean. Sp
KANSAS-Petitions have been for the Ann Arbor room of the ATTACKS CLUBS TYPEWRITERS . Rpairs.
received by the director of dormi- League. It will match a large Bok- Subscribe to The Mich-igan Daily, Ru
tories and commons at the Univer- hara rug which is the gift of a $2.50 the half year-It's worth it. RIBBONS ical Istruments
sity of Wisconsin for the future ac- former alumna, Dr. Euckley of WISCONSIN-Sororities should SUPPLIES
commodations of women's smoking Chicago. Through the work of be abolished, says Mrs. Victor Ber- TICKETS & RESERVuATIONS for all makes of '
roomis in Barnard hall. This is the the Ann Arbor alumnae, with the! ger, member Qf the Board of Re- T- o All important ITypewriters. ' c 8ore~
result of at recent agitation for assistance of A. A. ,'J. W., the gents 'here. They are said to hurt -Lake and Ocean Lines Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures R
some sort of common accommoda- pledges raised are large enough to the feelings of many college wom- r Cravelest quality at a moderate price.
tions for smoking on the campus warrant the naming of one of the en and to give them a, inferiorityEI. Main St.
E. G. Kuehler I 01. S. MainISt
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Notice
uts for the women's staff of
aily will be held at 4 o'clock
ay, Feb. 18, in the Press
ng on Maynard street. All
d semester freshmen women
have a scholastic record of
rade better than a C average
igible to try out. Upperclass
n with a scholastic average
who are at all interested in
aper work are urged to at-
this meeting.
for women: The schedule for
ehearsals has been arranged,
g it necessary for all those
are in the play to check up
e list posted at Barbour gym-
m to be sure that they are
it at the rehearsal of their
:e-up committee will meet
4 until 6 o'clock tomorrow, in
arlors of Barbour gymnasium.
women who are interested in
g the rifle team that will
ipate in the telegraphic meet
eek are to repoit at the rifle
in the field house at 4
k this afternoon.
all girls who will take the
booth for an hour or more
emester call Dorothy Mapel
pa Phi had a regular supper
ng at 5:30 Tuesday evening
esley Hall. Decorations were
priate to Valentine's Day. A
business meeting was held.
this several of the members
on a stunt called "Cupid
d the World." Each girl
the wedding dress peculiar to
country, and told. about the
age customs of that country.
ICHIGAN DAMES MEET
Michigan Dames, an organi-
1 for faculty men's wives, will
the new season with a pot-
supper Friday night at the
ty Women's club house. Hus-
of the members have had
and will remain after supper
ridge.
egular meeting will be called
ay, Feb. 18. It has been cus-
ry for the Michigan Dames to
a an interesting speakir for
program; for this metaVig
will have Prof. Peter M. fack,
will speak on "Best Books and
Sellers."
THE
MPUS BEAUTY
SHOP
Is Now Open
Above Arcade Theater
ecials for February
iampoo and Finger
Wave--$1 .25
also
duced Prices on Everything
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enough and too
ecessary. Work
at anything and
p. That's where
s in. Happily,
d and cheerful
ier from any-
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of refresh-'

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Smart Spring
'IDresses -
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$ 75 75 25
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These smart frocks of-
printed silk show what
fascination lies in the '
- season ahead. . . . Just
what the Spring suc-
ceases are. We cannot
stress too strongly the
values to be found...
r and the importance of
an early selection.
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Lingerie needs.

On Sale at $2.95
A Remarble Selling of
Beautiful Silk
Lingerie6- .
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We were very fortunate in
being able to make an ad-
vantageous buy of Silk Lin-
gerie. This stock has just
arrived at our store, and we
are placing it on sale at
prices that are surprising.
Included in this group of
crepe-back satins are Gowns,
Slips, Stepins, Dancettes,
Teddies, Bloomers, French
Panties, and Briefs.
These may be had in either

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much is not nc
hard enoughi
you've got to stop
Coca-Cola comes
there's always a cool
place around the corm
where. And an ice-
Cola, with that delici
and cool after-sense o

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lace trimmed or plain tai-
lored styles.

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