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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1929

THE MIChAIGAN DAILY

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DANCE ANfl RFFPTION HONOR GgEST

Fourteen Are Initiated
Into Pi Lambda Theta

Mary Lewis, Author,
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PARTY WILL BE HELD AFT
OPENING MEETING AND
BANQUET
STUDENTS ARE INVITE
Banquet Speakers And Women
High Executive Positions
Will Be Present
Guests of honor at the recept
and the dance to be given at 5
o'clock tonight in the Wome
Athletic building in connection w
the League of Nations ModelI
sembly, which is being held in A
Arbgr today and tomorrow, v
be Sir George Foster, member
the Canadian Senate and Dr. S
phen P. Duggan, of New York C
director of the Institute of Int
national Education. Both Sir Geo
and Dr. Duggan are to be speaks
at the banquet at the Union i
mediately preceding the recepti
All persons who are interested
attending are cordially invited.
Members of the faculty who u
be in the receiving line are as f
lows: Dean John R. Effinger a
Mrs. Effinger; Dean Herbert
Sadler and Mrs. Sadler; Dean Hu
Cabot and Mrs. Cabot; Dean Hen
14. Bates and Mrs. Bates; Dean E
ward H. Krause and Mrs. Krau
Dean Marcus L. Ward and M
Ward; Dean Carl C. Huber a
Mrs. Huber; Miss Grace Richan
Miss Alice Lloyd, and Miss Beatr
Johnson, advisers of women.
Prof. Robert T. Crane and M
Crane; Prof. Jesse Reeves and M
Reeves; Prof. Everett H. Brown a
Mrs. Brown; Prof. Joseph R. Ha
den and Mrs. Hayden; Prof. Jar
K. Pollock and Mrs. Pollock; Pr
Preston Slosson and Mrs. Slosso
Prof. William A. Frayer and M
Frayer; Prof. Claude H. Van Ty
'nd Mrs. Van Tyne; Prof. Earl'
Dow and Mrs. Dow; Prof. Ulrich
Phillips and Mrs. Phillips; Pri
'Arthur E. Boak. and Mrs. Boa
Prof. Arthur L. Cross, Prof. Earn
. Hildner, and Prof. Edwin

lIEfl LITI l IR M[~TPMi Laimbda Theta initiation was--
Ul UOI NTIONS U eldHIL bahtIniinw at 6 o'clock, Wednesday after- Miss Mary H. Lewis, author of
noon in the lounge of the Women's "An Adventure With Children" and
Dickinson and Mrs. Dickinson have . Director of the Progressive Educa-
ER also been invited to stand in the Agtional School called Park School of
line at the reception. tors were initiated. They are: .
simple Esther Belcher, Mildred Cassidy, Cleveland, will be the guest for the
The reception willbeverytion Marian Comstock, Mrs. Emma Bird- weekend of April 27 at the homc
and informal, the main decorations man Louise Cody, Helen Bush,.
D being merely the cut flowers which Han Geer, Jeannette Johnson, of Mrs. H. M. Mallory, who is con-
will be placed artistically around Agn ,emplating the establishment of a
Ans McDonald Katherine Ben-
Of the lounge of the Women's At~ net, Nadine Stewart, Catherine Ha- Progressive School at her own
letic building. The committee in Ighome
charge of the reception is as fo-I gedorn, Dorothy Marshickc, and j ne
g Katherine Jane Johnston. Miss Lewis comes to Ann Arbor
lows: Isabelle Rayen, '31, chairman, o. at the invitation of the special
ion Bettina Bush, '29, Dorothy Wilson, LIFE MEMBERSHIPS of the A. A. U. W. ap-
:n' manager of the entertainment of L-em b i tpointed by the president, Mrs. Hugh
'ith theLeague Model Assembly. )Women's League are still avail C . Keeler, for the purpose of study-
As- Among the delegates to the con- able. The fact that the build- j ing the nature, purpose and scope
knn vention are several women holding ing is nearing completion does ) of Progressive Educational Schools.
will high executive and teaching posi- )not mean that no more life CjMrs. Albert Rousseau is chairman
of Lions throughout the country, who memberships will be sold. of this committee.
;te- are all very much interested in this Wives of faculty members who r On Saturday noon a luncheon
ity, project of a model league assem- are new residents in Ann Ar- | will be given under the auspices of
er- bly. Several deans of women of bor who were not solicited dur- | the A. A. U. W. committee at which
rge various colleges including Miss! ) ing the formal campaign may time Miss Lewis will speak regard-
:ers Florence Steward, Dean of women buy memberships for $50, un- ing the aims and adventures of
and Miss Jenny J til June 1. All other individ-)° Progressive Educational Schools.
,m atAm olgITi uceni pnt noei
on. Boyer, Dean of women at Detroit uals connected with the Uni- | This luncheo sbjento anyonea-
in Teacher's College. Miss Nancy Scott, versity, or members of the Ann tions must be made early throgh
teacher of history at the Western Arbor branch of the A. A. U. I Mrs. H. J. McFarlan of Long Shore
will State Teacher's College at Kalama- W. may only gain the privi- I Drive, telephone 6079.
ol- zoo, who has just returned from ) leges of the building by paying I On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Lew-
nd a year of study in Czechoslovakia, i $100, and wives of alumni are I is C. Karpinski will give a tea for
C. DrMary Hinsdale, of Grand Rap- I eligible to membership. only ) Miss Lewis at her home on Cam-
gh ids college, who spent last sum- upon the payment of a $150 I bridge Road.
mry 'mer in Russia under Professor John fee, while those not otherwise J Miss Lewis' book will be on dis-
d- Dewey of Columbia, and Mrs. Mary 1 classified may become elected 1 play at Wahr's bookstore next
se; Hendricks of Michigan State Col- I members with a fee of $250. j week.
Qrs. lege, and also Chairman of Inter- The Michigan League will be
nd national Relations of the American operated as a club and its ad- SPRINGFIELD-Albert P. Man-
ds, Association of University Women, vantages will be available only cin of Chicago has introduced a
ice will also be among the delegates. to those who are life mem- bill in the legislature which will
bers. raise the limit on Illinois boxing
irs. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY-Home o _-_o matches from 10 to 15 pounds.
drs. study courses are now offered byM.
and Columbia University in a variety'
ay- of fields and types of work that
mesl CXJ" D'eS for
iof. s representative of the tremendous(
n growth of this type ofeducatioA
Qrs. j-Their program like that of many , TT"VXT CA N DTAL S
yne others of the larger schools, now
SIincludes not only a great variety
O of regular college courses, but also1x
alt'a number of special courses for I
est adults interested in general culture $4 .85
P. or some special field. ,.Al Coor
All Colors
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And all types of
Coats SPORT-SHOES
Are keeping o the
straight silhoucttc RIDING BOOTS
with their trim tail-
ored lines and clever I
seamings. In many N
of the dressy models
ACOBSON'S
smart flat furs are
usedr for trimming. THE PRETTIEST SHOES ON THE CAMPUS
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Donors Continue Toa Ia
Back Women's LeagueI
Gifts for the equipment of the
Women's league building are being
received every day in the alumnae
office. The latest was a sum of
$150 from Miss Mercy Hayes of De-
troit, a member of the Board of
Governors of Betsy Barbour resi-
dence and of the Teacher's College
at Columbia University. This mon-
ey was designated to be used for
one of the lanterns in the clois-
ter.
Many contributors are taking ad-
vantage of buying smaller gifts for
the League. Among the contribu-
tions received yesterday were two
from Mrs. Vera Burridge (Stuart
G.) Bates, '15, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Burton (Raymond) Spokes, '28.
Both of these were for $25 sums.
Gifts as small as $2 are being re-
ceived in large numbers.
A list prepared by the architects
of desirable gifts for the League
building include a swimming pool,
of which the estimated cost will be
$15,000, 2 baby grand pianos, 3 par-
lor grand pianos, oriental rugs, a
freestanding bulletin board for the+

NOTICES
There will be a table in Univer-
sity hall the last part of next week
for the distribution of the tickets
to the formal dance given at the
opening of the League building. A
representative from each house can
call there for the assigned quota.
' Women wishing to help ad-
I dress envelopes to the opening
of the Women's League are to I
meet from 1:30 to 2 o'clock to-
day in Room R, Alumnae Me-
morial Hall.
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Mortar Board meeting Will not be
held at 4 o'clock Saturday but at 3
o'clock Sunday in Helen Newberry
Playroom.

HAS UNIQOUEPROGRAM,
All University women are invited
to attend the Women's League and
W. A. A. party that is to be held
from 3:30 to 5 o'clock this after-
noon in the Women's Athletic build-
ing. Though the membership of
W. A. A. is limited, the League in-
cludes all women on campus, and
the turnout for the affair should be
good.
An unusually interesting program
is being planned. For entertainment,
Kathleen Suggs, '30, will sing "Paris
Bound" from this year's Junior
Girls' Play, "Forward. March", and
Lillian Setchell, also '30, will sing
"Mine Baby". Both these women
played leading parts in the produc-
tion. In addition to this there will
be dancing to the music of Edna
Mower's orchestra. Refreshments
will be served,
The Advisors of Women are to be
I guests at the party, as will the
faculty members of W. A. A.

The' members of A. A. U. W.
will meet at 3 o'clock on Satur- I
day in the art gallery of Alumni I
Memorial Hall. Pres. Charles 1
McKenny of the Michigan State
Normal College will speak on
"The Age in Which We Live."

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main lobby, lamps in various spec-F
ified styles, electroliers, table lamps,
and floor lamps, etchings, water
colors, and paintings in oils, and
equipment for six fire places.

Special Offering
125 Spring Coats
In the season's latest models, comprizing the
best. designs of the celebrated manufacturers
WOOLTEX -PRINTZESS
PEGGY PARIS
Three Travel Coat 19.75 25 29.5O
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Specials
This week we offer a very tempting and unusual
lot of SPRING GOWNS -in Ensemble and
Afternoon styles in Georgettes - C epes and
Prints at
15.75 - *19.75 - $25
TH E E. F. MILLS COMPANY
118 Main Street
TIHlBSLOP OF SA TISFACTION

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$125°

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Ensembles
Are keeping to the
slim silhouette in vari-
ous ways . Their versi-
tality finds them with-,
out peer. We have every °
type from the full length°
coat with a crepe dress
or blouse to the suit
with a jaunty short
jacket.
$950
$89&0

COATS
NEW AND SMART
T HEY DEPICT
THE SPRING MODE
To depict the Spring mode this
year it is necessary for every
new fabric and all the smart
details and furs to be utilized in
the most knowing manner. These
;oats do this perfectly . . . so suc-
aessfully, indeed, that discrim-
gating college--girls will find, we
'eel sure, just what they desire
n our large collection.

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