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November 02, 1928 - Image 5

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New Women's League Building Will
Be Governed By Board Of
12 Members


of the


whereby the new Women's League
building will be operated and man-
aged was announced yesterday from
the office of President Clarence
Cook Little. The plan was formu-
lated by the committee on student
welfare of the Board of Regents,
and will provide for a board of gov-
ernors of 12 members. This board
is empowered to elect officers and
to make laws under which the
building will be operated.
The Board will consist of four
ex-officio members, the president of
the alumnae council of the Alum-
nae association, the executive sec-
retary of the same organization,
the chairman of the committee of
the Advisors of Women, and the
president of the Women's league;
three undergraduate women chosen
by the board of directors of the
League; two women to be chosen
by the executive committee of the
Alumnae council, for three year
terms; one woman to be chosen by
the Regents, and one to be chosen
from the faculties of the University
by the Regents for indefinite terms;
and a member of the Board of Re-
gents. The charman of the com-
mittee of the advisors of women
will be ex-officio chairman of the
Board of Governors.
The personnel of the new board
will be: Miss Grace Richards, Mrs.
Arthur H. Vandenberg, Mrs. W. D.
Henderson, Mrs. William 0. Hous-
ton, Mrs. Max Winkler, Mrs. Archi-
bald Diack, Dr. Margaret Elliott,
Miss Cynthia Hawkins, '29, Miss
Margaret Babcock, '30, Miss Elea-
nor Cooke, '31, and Regent James
0. Murfin.
The members chosen by the Re-
gents were selected at their meet-
ing on lOctober 26. The executive
committee of the Alumnae council
made their selection on October 5.
and'the directors of the Women's
League, chose the three student
representatives, Misses Hawkins,
Babcock, and Cooke, on October 27
at a regular meeting.
Senior Hockey Team
Wins In First Game
Opening 'the interclass hockey
tournament, the strong senior team
defeated the sophomores, 6 to 1, i
yesterday afternoon. The game
started out with a rush and was a
lively contest throughout. Zauer,
Saubon, and Hartwig were out-
standing for the seniors. Moore,
Eaman, and Shaeffer played web
against them.-
In a well matched game between7
the freshmen and juniors, the lat-
ter went down in defeat, 4 to 1.
Grabrowsky starred for the juniors,
while Healey won two points for
the freshmen. It
Represented by only seven
players, the Motley club defeated
the freshman second team in a
rather slow game by a score of 3
to 2. Berkowitz played an excep-
tionally good game for the Motley
Graves said, "the strain that the
'jazz age' puts upon the body in
the matter of lost sleep, night-
rushing, and late hour dancing
taxes the heart heavily. Statistics
show heart failure is on a heavy
increase in America. This increase
has been noted since the war.
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"Should I tell you the story of a
true romance," queried Countess
Von Luckner, who possesses an old
Swedish title of her own, besides
that of her illustrious German hus-
band, as she shook her long bead
earrings at me. "Well, I will tell
you. It began like this.
"Once when I. was traveling in
Europe with my parents, I became
sick and went to a hospital in Ber-
lin, and my mother brought me
nice things all the time I was there,
and among them was a book, 'The
Sea-Devil,' by Count Felix von
Luckner." The countess sent a
quick little glance over to the other
side of the room where her tallE
husband was busily autographing
pictures for a crowd of reporters.
"And oh, I did like it so much,"
she continued, flashing her smile
back at me. "I looked at the pic-
tures of the count in uniform and
I said in that minute, 'That's a real
man. I will marry him!' But when

and stepped in to get a cup of cof-
fee, the first man I saw was the
count sitting at a table with an-
other man. I was so thrilled! The
cards had come true! But when I
looked at him, he turned so pale,
that I was scared, and turned away.
Before I had taken two steps, the
count came rushing across the
floor, and just turned me around,
and led me into the room. He was
thrilled too, I guess.
"That night he gave me a little
package and told me not to open
it until I was on the train, and to
think hard, if I could give the same
back to him. It was a little gar-
net birthstone in the shape of a
"No, I didn't send a heart back
to him," she laughed at my ques-1
tion, "but I did send a little anchor1
birthstone, to show him that his'
heart was anchored. Wasn't that
just as good?"


NEW YORK: Great progress has
been made in lining up the women
to support Governor Smith in the
eight states of the Democratic cen-
tral region with headquarters in
St. Louis, according to Miss Mary
W. Dawson, Director of Women's
activities for the region, in a state-
ment issued recently through the
Democratic National committee.
The two reasons she gave for
the strong drift toward Governor
Smith in this section were/
first, a favorable reaction among
women to the visit of Governor and
Mrs. Smith to the Middle West, and
second, belief that the effort to stir
women's antagonism to the Demo-
cratic Presidential nominee through
an appeal to bigotry and prejudice
had acted as a boomerang.

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dream hero, and he looked just like M
any other man in civilian clothes.
Not quite though," she added loyal-
ly. w
"One thing you do not know, I
always tell my fortune in cards,
and they never lie to me," she said FORbYOUR
shaking her blonde head seriously.
"One day, when I was going into
the city, the cards told me I would
meet Luckner, and when I told my cA troo nC
sister, she laughed and said I was =.
crazy. All right," I said, "I'll send
you a cable and autographed post Evenig Jwe
card, with his signature today. ,
"And, when I went to change cars
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Well, my dear, I just finished
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Really, my dear, I do think every-
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enough for the authorities to allow
to roam around loose should vote,
I really dio. Because even if the l
national elections aren't decided by
the matter of one vote the way
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529 E. Liberty St.

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November Is Coat Month
This Is The Coat Store
A brilliant showing of sparkling new Winter Wraps... for dress
and for sports ... flattering in style!




Open on Friday and Saturday
nights after 11:30
for guests at Union dances
A charming, restful place
to refresh yourself after
Special Midnight Lunches
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Others $24.75 to $99.50



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