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Athletic Managers VALENTINE'S DAY IS OCCASION FOR
MANY TEAS AND DINNERS THIS WEEK
For Penny Carnival Flower schemes and color ar- that Margaret Funke, '29, has re-
anigements at the parties and teas turned to Michigan for the second
1111 ,01 51H NNOA JUNOR 0HISgiven by the sororities this week semester's work.
Plans for the annual Penny Car- cseyp t a m n . gaentine
nival to be held March 6 will dei signal the coming of spring whic Phi Gamma Mu gave a dance
nitely get under way at a meetgs inevitably calls for pretty spring scheme of red and white was in-
of the athletic managers of all so- frocks. This is the season, also, for troduced at the party. Several
rdat 4 o'clock national inspection by the sorority alumnae from Detroit came in for
toorw atronmBrorauthorities and all members are the dance and to spend the ymaieekoth-wl b a-
Gymnasium. Booths will be ardoing their utmost to make good end; among the guests are Mar-
NiR H N EI H Y W M N O T K ranged for and the nature ofth' impressios garet Ernst, Marjorie Field, Betty
MORE THAN EIGHTY WO EiN TO TAKE side show discussed. Zeta Tau Alpha gave a special Field, Doris Mobley, Los Brown,
PARTS IN CASTS, CHORUSES OF Last year the side show, in addt dinner Monday night in honor ofBlanche Warmolps, and Francis
CHORMAR U OFiion to the traditional clowns, on their National Inspectress, Miss|Hainey.
AMssta Canoriginal "how Boatral Mildred V. Spragg, who was here Delta Delta Delta had as dinner
"peppy Caswelle a l eeral Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday guests Wednesday night Lucille
' "Forward March," a travesty on war and women, is the play in peppyd vaudeville acts werearwithaaa I of this week. Among the guests at Copas, Virginia Tenet, Helen Mc-
a which 77 junior women will appear when the 25th annual Junior edcanderoirays wathe dinner were Mrs. Frank N. Callum, Virginia Jerkcock, and Ma-
* Girls' Play is presented during the week of March 18 at the Whitney chane i evey progra. Ti Wilson, Mrs. Edwin D. Dickinson, rian Kemp. Daffodils and tulips
theaterone of the most popular features Mrs. Russell C. Hussey, Mrs. James; formed a centerpiece of spring
* theater, ~~~~~~~of the carnival and there was aH. Hodgesland is.ilamAelwesfrthyinrals
This play, which has been described as "something new in musical steady sale of tickets throughout H. Hodges, and Mrs. William A.aflowers for the d nno es
comedies," was chosen from among eight manuscripts submitted by Dorothy Touff, '30, general chair- eon was held, n order that the Inh- engagement of Deltaannounces the
,f members of the junior class last fall. Frances Sackett is the author man of the carnFival, and her com- ecnress ht met th e Ie 2 alph Albt riday,
of "Forward March." mittee will introduce several en- spectiess might meet the ptges, 29, to Ralph Albert, 28.
Now that the opening of the second semester has settled the ques- tirely ,new features into this year's entertained Mis prgthee t afternoonthe actives Mrs. C. D. Treta dne
tion of eligibility, the play committee is ready to announce the names of carnival. Their plans will be made guest of Alpha Xi Delta Wednesday
-the women who are to lepresent their class in the annual play. These public at an early date. Foster House tea room. Miss Spragg evening, and Thursday Mrs. B. F.;
_tis from Bellaire, O. Ohlinger was entertained at a din-
Chistemasvacahosen srom among BETae T YTT EXPRESSES OPINION Theta Phi Alphaihas as Sunday ner which was decorated appropi-
Chth s 200cju io hofrioutaforg IDETTYI NUT T, '28, E PR S ESO IIONI.Jguests Miss Edmarie Schrauder, of tey with valentines and red tap-~
the 2 juniors ho tried ou o THAT ADVISER SYSTEM IS EXCELLENT Monroe, Miss Ruth Brady, of De- ers. Pink and lavender sweet peas
their class act oity. includes.SIS_ troit, and Mrs. Arthur Adams, of and yellow tapers were used at the
7Tihe cast of the play includes. --~~~ - Jackson. dinner given Friday evening at
Esther Anderson, Helen Bush, That the present system of Ad- vided among the three advisers and House guests of Pi Betao.hithis which Mrs. Theron Langford wast
Janet Cochran, Dorothy Cox, Elaine visers of Women met with the has been so arranged that there is oeek-end are tMfrs. Gentz, of Grand entertained .
Frost, Miriam Fuchs, Dorothy whole-hearted approval of Michi- no overlapping of duties. For in- Rapids, and Mrs. Beck, of Battle Marion Bradley, '29, a member of
Goodridge, Helen Harter, Margaret gan women at the time of its in- stance, one advises foreign women Creek. Delta Gamma, has returned to Ann1
Ohlson, Lillian Setchell, Clare Sim- novation is the opinion expressed and another aids in finding em- Sigma Kappa and Gamma Phi Arbor for the second scmester after
mons, Kathleen Suggs, Lauretta by Betty Nutt, '28, former presi- ployment. Miss Nutt feels that Beta both had Valentine parties spending last semester in Detroit at
Mae Townsend, Dora Vandenberg, dent of the Women's League, in a this is an improvement over the this week. Sigma Kappa had a the Merrill-Palmer school.
and Jean Wallace. letter containing her views on the old system. costume party, and the Gamma Delta Zeta is entertaining sev-
x Members of the various choruses subject. Miss Nutt feels in the years Another advantage, Miss Nutt Phi Beta's party featured a Valen- eral alumnae for the week-end, in-
i of the play. are: Muriel Anderson, that it has been in operation the points out, is the fact that three tine box. eluding Elizabeth Toronjo, of Bat-
"Ruth Bell, Violet Bidgway, Florence committee has proved itself an ad- personalities working to1her on The Sigma Kappa Regional Con- tle Creek, Mary Dunnigan, of De-
Brittain, Ruth Brooke, Kathryn vance over the former system of the same problem but approaching vention is now being held in De- troit, and Frances Vincent, of La-
" Butler, Elizabeth Campbell, Mil- single dean. !it from different angles are more troit, the headquarters being at the peer.
dred Cassidy, Clara Caple, Mar- The change in the system was apt to arrive at a wiser conclusion Wardell. TIihe pledges of Gamma Phi Beta
garet Copeland, Martha Cogshall, due to the efforts of the women than could a single dean.. The sys- Betsy Barbour gave a combina- gave a formal party Friday night
Elizabeth Corn, Lois Cossar, Lois themselves who expressed dissatis- I tem also enables a woman to sC- tion Valentine-birthday party at in honor of the seniors in the so-
,-Cossitt, Lela Crump, Alice Crane, faction in 1925 and 1926, Miss Nutt 1cure advice from the person best the dormitory Thursday evening. Irority. The color motif was very
Pauline Darbyshire, Jeanette Dres- declares, the complaint being that qualified to give it to her. The interest of Alpha Gamma charming, carried out with red
sler, Charlotte Dunnebeck, Peggy the dean did not have time for the That women outside of Michigan Delta today is centered around a tulips and narcissus, and ivory tap-
Eckels, Katherine Evans, Helen individual who sought advice on a also approve of the plan is attested tea which the sorority is giving for4 ers. Miss Carol Domini, of Detroit,
'Fellows, Kathryn FitzGatrick, Beat- personal matter. Under the presto by Miss Nutt's statement that the parents of its Ann Arbor mem- I was a house guest of the party.'
rice Fromm, Helen Gerard, Helen ent system the work has been di-~"at the Women's Self Governing bers. The house will be decorated I Among the chaperones were Mr.
'Gould, Molly Goodell, Virginia Gi- Association Conference last spring, with spring flowers, and Mrs. Grace and Mrs. Allen W. Joslyn, of Bir-
roch, Herma Grabowsky, Dorothy CHANGE IS MADE women from all Middle Western Taylor will pour. mingham, Dr. Charles McCallum
.i Griffith, Dorothy Harrison. EloisegDrKent
Harnau, Mary Harrigan, Janetl IN MARK SYSTEM colleges believed that Michigan had The Ann Arbor alumnae of Alpha and Mrs. McCallum, Dr. Kenneth
Han excellent dean system and a Omicron Pi carried out their plans Davenport and Mrs. Davenport, Mr.
Howell, Catherine Hagedorn, Eliza-' . progressive one." for a benefit bridge yesterday aft- and Mrs. Nathan Brumbach, Mr.
beth Hemenger, Eleanor Jeffies, 1Grades of E in courses in Physi- Miss Nutt feels that the Advisory ernoon. They were assisted by sev- and Mrs. Linden Kaufman, all of
Betty Kahn, Myrtle Kutschinski, l cal education for women will be Committee has adopted a wise pol- eral Detroit alumnae, and some Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Ruth I1umerow, Helen Kumerow, treated on the same basis as simi- icy of sympathizing, advising, and guests were invited by girls living T. Siodgrass, of Detroit.
Virginia Losee, Thelma Laidman, lar grades in other courses in re- understanding rather than one of at the sorority house. Tulips and Members of Sigma Alpha Iota
t Dorothy Marshick, Florence Maple, gard to eligibility requirements for condemning, and that it has at all other spring flowers attractively presented a musical program at the
Agnes McDonald, Mary Mosher, public activities under a new rul- times cooperated with the Women's decorated the bridge rooms. home of Mrs. Hugh Cabot Wednes-
Marjorie Muffley, Tresse Musil, ing passed and announced by the League, the governing organization Mrs. George R. Snider an alumna day evening. The program includ-
"Rachel Robbins, Frances Sackett, Administrative Board of the dol- of University women, and that it of Alpha Omicron Pi, is a guest at ed a variety of selections given by
Marie .Samson, Dorothy Straub, lege of Literature, Science and the has proved its name of "advisory the house this week-end. , women on the faculty of the School
7 Alice S9ith, Elizabeth Sutherland, Arts. This constitutes a radical committee." Alpha Phi is pleased to announce of Music.
=Virginia Trowbridge, Janet Tuttle, change in the consideration of- such_---
E-thelwyn Vandeveer, Dorothy Whit- courses by the board. DEN
ing, Genevieve Woughter, Isabel According to a report made by 0 SUa
iWilson, and Ailene Yeo. the department of Physical Educa- s-SERVICE
tnenrollment i uhcussi
MARIAN WELLES '281 more than 300 below the number Liquid Henna
mepected to enter them the second Shampoo-75c
ACCEPTS POSIT ION 1 semester of the present academic and Marcel
ya.Admission to the courses may ;I Shampoo adM re
IN ALUMNUS STAFF be arranged until Saturday, Feb. 16, or Finger Wave--$1
at which time enrollment will be I ! Permanent Waves
Marian L. Welles, '28, women's closed for work for credit the bal-
editor of The Daily during 1927-28, ance of the year. Those who are $5.00
is returning to Ann Arbor to serve, expecting to take such work are I Beautiful Marcel Effect with
iurged to report at Barbour gym- Ringlet Ends.
Tas editorial assistant to T. Hawley nasium immediately. -- ' Phone 21478 625 E. Liberty
he Michigan

I TRYOUTS U 1 wInU In
! Tryouts for the women's staff
of The Daily will be held at 4
o'clock Monday, February 18, in
the Press building on Maynard I___
street. All second semester I'
freshman women who have a C o m m i t t e e On Constitutional
scholastic record of one grade Revision And M Book Are
better than a C average are K Appointed
eligible to try out. Upperclass
women with a scholastic aver- I CONSIDER SOPH cIRCUs
( age of C, who are at all inter-
ested in newspaper work, are 'At the meeting of the Board f
( urged to attend this meeting. AtDirers n of the oe'soaguco
40--oDretr o he.Wme' Lau
yesterday morning, Helen Jones,
Noticesi'31, was appointed to head a com-
emittee which will consider the
matter of whether it is expedient
There will be an important meet- to print again the M book of' ad-
i tivities that was published for the
ing of all athletic managers of so- first time this year. Dr. Margaret
ronities and dormitories at 4 o'clock Bell and Miss Grace Richards are
Monday afternoon at-Barbour gym- to be consulted on the matter, and
nasium. The meeting- is called for criticisms of this year's book will
the purpose of considering plans be considered. Freshmen women
for the Penny Carnival, will be asked to give their opinions
All Junior women who are in the of its value to the entering woman.
play are asked to look on the bul- Helen Fellows, '30, was apppinted
letin board before 4 o'clock tomor- Ito investigate the possibility of
row. The schedule of practices has sending a delegate to the Geneva
been rearranged and it is neces- Y. W. C. A. conference this coming
sary for every member of the cast summer.
to hold herself personally respon- Dorothy Mapel, '30, was made
sible for knowing when her group chairman of a committee to con-
practices. Hereafter notices will sider the question of the continua-
appear on the Women's page daily tion of the Sophomore Circus. It is
stating the schedule of the next recognized that the sophomore wo-
day's practices. This is for the con- men need some sort of a class
venience of those in the cast who understanding, but it is evident
should take advantage of it. that the circus has lost its place.
Group 1 of the Make-up commit- Hilda Mary Evans, '29, as chair-
tee of the Junior Girls' Play will man, Margaret Bush, '30, and
meet at 4 o'clock and Group 2 will Frances Novy, '31, were appointed
meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow at Bar-i as a constitutional revision com-
bour gymnasium.B mittee. It was also recommended
The Executive Board of W. A. A.to the Board that a committee be
.TheEecati7 oo . Tuesday appointed to investigate the advis-
will meet at 7 o'clock on Tsed ibility of having a junior college
at the field house. i conference in May as formerly.
There will be a meeting at 4:15 The Board was also advised that
tomorrow in the parlors of Barbour 'anyone desiring to go through the
gymnasium. Booths will be ar- new League building must inform
going to time and score for inter- Mr. Greenwood.
class basketball. It is important
that everyone be there to hear the scheduled hour either Tuesday or
instructions which will be given. Thursday for the last two practices
Any woman in interclass basket- is asked to come at the other hour
ball who cannot be present at the on those days.
--

Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry

High Grade Repair Service

TAlumnus, according to hen tele-
_gram of acceptance received yes-
terday. At present Miss Welles is
employed by Scribners' Publishing
company of New York.
Miss Welles is to succeed Mrs.
Helen H. Ottenfeld who has served
as editorial assistant to Wilfred
'Shaw for several years and who is
moving to Phoenix, Arizona, within
.the next few weeks because of the
illness of her daughter.
During her student days here,
Miss Welles, besides holding an up-,
per staff position on The Daily, was'
'an officer of the Women's League I
,nd Costumes chairman for the
Junior Girls' Play. She was a mem-
ber of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa!
Phi, and Theta Sigma Phi, national
honorary journalistic, organization
.for women. She was also elected to
Smembership in Mortarboard and
''yvern.
Miss Welles will take over her
new duties as soon as she can wind
'Ip her affairs in New York and re-
!turn to Ann Arbor, according to
Mr. Tapping.
Miss Corinne Chrisholm, south-
cn regional director of the Girl
Scouts, describes the wife of the
president-elect, Mrs. Herbert Hoov-
er, as a good scout and good camp-
er, very adaptable, with a saving
,.ense of humor, and a fine consid-
cration of others.
Mrs. Lou 1-enry Hoover was na-
tional president of the girl scout
organization for three terms and
chairman of the executive com-
mittee while she was not president
during the past ten years.
Strings. . Supplies
. Repairs .

-
T'he bridge party, the
demand a special type
The frock with just a ti
prints-of deftly cling
is here in all of Dam
Priced $

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.v e
ti~ ~ 25
EEs
Thase sxmart frocks of
printed silk show whatI
IT fascination lies in the
se ason ahead. ., . Justf
Swhat the Spring suC-
esses are. We cannot
--
ma7inTe, the Informal dancehstress too strongly the
values to be found . J
ouch of Eormaity-of lovely
ng chiffons-of georgettes- and the importance o
e Fashion's gay coloringsw an early selection.
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shapely . . . full in the top; . . . slim and
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the knee .. . others with picot tops.
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