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Foreign Dinner GivesIMPORTANT NOTICE
PAN - HELLENIC PLANS ForenoDineronaGives UE [FISH PARTY ; IPOTAT TIEWILL MODEL SPORTS I
Rare Social Contact All articles for the Bazaar
FOR SIXTH SO R TY The International Thanksgiving WILL UL GIEI III V 11I room in Helen Newberryes- U UCLO E T I AALH
dinner in honor of foreign stu-(3 dence on Friday, Nov. 30- IC
dents attending the University is Each article must be marked
one of the most pleasurable social "Come and eat an oyster stew with ehe name of the o'jir Sports clothes to be worn in the B
functions in the college calendar, And also have a dance or two" at making it, the name of the ( fashion show which will be pre- S
." in the opinion of Miss Beatrice W. the League fish party to be held in house, the price of the mate- sented by Crowly-Milner's of'De- re
TICKET SALE IS COMPLETED Johnson, adviser of women. Barbour gym Friday afternoon, I terial, and the amount of time 1troit, in connection with the Wo- R
ACCORDING TO CHAIRMAN; "Although one meets students Nov. 30. This party is to be some- expended in the making. i men's League and Interchurch of
DEMAND CONTINUES from other lands at Cosmopolitan thing different, the chairman has DOROTHY FLYNN, 1bazaar have been purchased in
club meetings, rarely do these stu- Iannounced. Chairman of A:tiles. New York for the event. Jean Mc- m
dents all assemble in as complete To carry out the idea of the fish __o Kaig, '28, who is in charge of the of
CHAIRMAN LEADS MARCH a unit as at the Thanksgiving cele- party there will tennis nets used arrangements, brought some of the
bration," says Miss Johnson. "InI for decorations, and as each wo- n models to Ann Arbor to try them W
Spot Lights Will Be Centered On the rush of American college life," man enters the door, she wil be Local Women Plan on the women who are to partici-
Specially Built Orchestra she adds, "we frequently do not de- given a tag with a fish hook on it, pate in the show. Miss McKaig a
Pit velop close friendships with stu- signifying thfat she is a member of Educational Service was general chairman of the tu
dents visiting us from other coun- the Royal Order of Herring or of bazaar last year and is now in the 13
Reports from the. various com- tries. Americans are decidedly the the Royal Order of Cod. Later, the For the benefit of the public sports wear department at Crowly- H
mittees for the sixth annual Pen- largest losers if and when such cods and the herrings and all the Milner's.
Hellenic Ball which will be held on privileges of friendship lie neg- other fishes will dance together to schools of the city, one of the three The clothes modeled in the show m
Friday of this week at the Union, ilected." the music of Edna Mowers orches-study groups of the American As- are those suited to sports, and the 26
show that all the preparations for An affair such as the interna tra. The orchestra will also give sociation of University Women is keystone is to be informality. Hats,,
the event, which is without a doubt tional dinner which is being held some specialty numbers. sponsoring n attempt to institute dresses, and leather coats, as well
the big inter-sorority event of the tonight is, according to Miss John- Favors will be fished for from the a pubic school museum and an ex- as imported knitted sports dresses t
year, are rapidly nearing comple- son, inflitely mo than a mere fish pond. change bureau for certain types of and sweaters will be, exhibited. n
tion. According to an announce- social event. "It has," she declares, educational service. The group These imports are from Jil of w
ment of Miss Aileen Yeo, '30, gen- "opportunities for broader ac-- WOMEN ACT IN IPERA which is furthering this project is Paris. The predominating colorsb
eral chairman of the affair, all the quaintances. I anticipate an in- Ithe one interested primarily in the are in warm winter tones with new T
preliminary plans have been taken teresting and joyous evening," Miss i Elementary school. reds and greens prominent. Stripes
cae o n nyte ata e o-KThis year will introduce a change rd an gensp o i nt S rpes-G
care of and only the actual decor Johnson concluded. I in the customs of Ohio State's For several years, the teachers of are also featured. Sports acces- g
ating of the Union, and other gen- - "Scarlet Mask," which is equiva- Ann Arbor have been cooperating sories are included in the showing. h
wait until Thursday remain to be ( r neUniversity has decided that people jects and pictures the aim of ten cents instead of fifty cents as F
CormoreirealaFd
completed. have tired of the novelty of seeing which is to make more real and previously announced, due to a
Two weeks ago, the entire alott- Really my dear, I think these the men take feminine leads, so for concrete work in history, geogra- misunderstanding. There will be of
ment of tickets' for the ball was men around here have more nerve. the first time Scarlet Mask will phy, and nature study. These ob- four showings, to take place at
sold out, in spite of the fact that mean they actually have. Here include women in its cast. Dane- -et, vhih are at present Ised 4:30 or 4:45 o'clock on Friday and fi
the maximum limit of the tickets every year some one of them_ ing will be featured more than it mC one wing of the Angell seioo on Saturday afternoons, and at 7:40 de
to be sold, was increased twice. Ac- usually the editor of Rolls--makes has been before. The University outh University Avenue will be Friday apd Saturday nights. ye
cording to Janet Calvert, '30, chair- believes that the Mask will be a the nucleus of the new museum. A Although no sales will be made at
man of ticket committee, there is a po t t h sarcastic greater success than ever. SMak l e ce system is being maintained at the time, orders for clothes may
thr 5marks about the Pan-Hellenic greatersuccesshhansever
already a long waiting list of wo- ball, insinuating that an invitation by he teachers and pupils of the be made. A certain discount will
men who want tickets and are un-tte an expected invittion NOTICE A gell school to make these mate- be given to purchasers whogorder
able to get them. This is the first to thmeaJ-ns andxpother inianeces- - I iials available to the teachers andathi tme TeLag,
to th J-Ho andotherunnecsupilsi ohr uldnsafthe i ie heLauo
time in the history of these yearly sary remarks. Of course, I know Members of Wyvern: Those who pupcity. According to those in charge course, receives the proceeds from
inter-sorority balls that thd tickets rha heermksaesulyif are unable to go on the *Wyvern ciy codn otoei hrethe admission fees, and in addition
have sold at so -rapid a rate and ot se party are requested to no- of the project, it ishoped that ulti- is being paid by Crowly-Milner's
have been sold out two weeks be- not always occasioned by the fact hos;atyaerquse o niately the collection may be forbteingprivilegerofwgiing nts
d that the author of them has not tify Marjorie Muffley, 9617, by for the privilege of giving the
fore the date of the party. been invited to the ball and that Monday, it is urgent that she have placed under the direction of the fashion show.
caThe d si g fo he o d e they should therefore not be taken this information by that date. u bldclibrary, so that t ma serve NT_ CE _
tpions of the Union, which hasFlbeen too seriously.,; Nevertheless, they awdrueta snwpsil.NTC
planned by the Goodhew Floral re decidedly sarcastic. All members of Pegasus will Petitions have been sent to all NOTIC E
Company, will include several nov-But what have these almighty meet at Rentschler's studio at 10 members of A. A. U. W. asking for Orchesis will not meet tonight.
el features which have never been men done now? Only yesterday I o'clock on Saturday to have their cooperation in the undertaking. The next meeting will be at 7:15
hee. Te lnordby parties held received through the mail an an- picture taken. All members who When completely furnished the o'clock on Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the
there. The long cordyr leading to have not paid their dues bring museum will contain such objects Women's Athletic building.
the dance floor will have tal iron ouncem the J-Hop, stating as post-cards from various coun-
standards filled with bi tllirn that applications for ticketsrcould them at that timetries, unmounted photographs and There will be no elective class in
white mums. As the most import- made ait as dsired to TSING HAU COLLEGE, CHINA: prints of historic or geographic fencing today. The class will meet,
ant feature at any dance is always make the affair an affair of The students have decided to rule significance, character dolls from instead, on Monday, Dec. 4, in
the music, the members of the junior class. All well and good, their own schools regardless of in- all nations, costumes. from various Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
committee have purposely sought perhaps, but why send such a lette structors. They declared they will nations, coins and stamps, Indian
to emphasize the orchestra by hav- to the women? If that isn't pass- stuors.e ny eae they d l natrelics, and collections of minerals
ing a pit constructed which will ing the buck, I'd ike to know what not have any teacher they do not relcs2ad olecton o.mneal
want, will disregard regulations, and stones. Arrangements will be Michigan
have two spot lights on it during is That looks to me like a gentle us appoed president be- made whereby the University Hos- LADES COATS ELINED
the entire eveninghint that the women should invite foredheusappoint rsen edithesecmaterias. eacestoCAS EIE
heetrevnnthe men to the Hop. Rellyrmypite shoo maphaeoacesetoOURSPECIALTY
Big Spanish vases filled with .y these materials. RK UNABLE PRICE
Mnums will stand at intervals dear, that is pure nerve. Now if Hop ticket and who are you taking?OGUARANTEED
around the walls of the Union, and4the men paid for the Pan-Hell tic- I've never been," real coyly, as they j Subscribe for the Michiganensian
'bOVe them on the panels will hang Ikets there might be some justice do now about the Pan-Hell ball. now. It costs only $4.00.av2nnE.nLiberty St., Upstairs
hip -------------- in the plan but they don't and tot

From Peiping (formerly Peking),
'ina, Mrs. C. L. Lo, who was a
arbour scholar at Michigan from
eptember, 1926, to July 1927, has
cently written to Miss Grace
ichards, chairman of the Advisers
Women, telling of the appoint-
ent of Mr. Lo to the presidency
Tsing Hua college in Peiping.
Before her marriage Mrs. Lo was
lie-Djen Djang. She studied for
year at Michigan and then re-
trned to Shanghai where, on Nov.
3, 1927, she was married to Chi
un Lo, secretary of the Legislative
ouncil of the Nanking govern-
uent. Mrs. Lo's letter, dated Oct
, reads:
"Perhaps you will be surprised
know that I moved from the
ew capital to the old one three
eeks ago. Last August my hus-
and was appointed president of
sing Hau college by our National
overnment. As the-National Con-
ress of the Kuomintang will be
eld at the beginning of next year,
is departure from Nanking de-
rves a serious consideration.
nally, he decided to accept the
fice with a program of reform.
"It is a sad thing to say that this
ne old institution has somehow
egenerated during the last few
ears. The National Government
ttaches great importance to this

ormer Barbour Scholar Writes Of
Husband's Work At Chinese College

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Mortarboard wmi sponsor a
Thanksgiving afternoon dance
Thursday from 4 to 7 o'clock
at the Women's Athletic
building. Six pieces , of
Granger's orchestra will play.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door for ten cents a dance.
If there is anyone who wants
to obtain their tickets before
they may call either Mary
Alice Moore at 7117, Mary
White at 3826, Betty Smither
at 21116, or Hilda Mary Evans
at 22591.
A cover charge of twenty-
five cents will take charge of
the refreshments and check-
ing.

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college.
"I left Nanking on the third in-
stant after I had worked seven
months in the Publicity Depart-
ment of the Kuomintang head-
quarters as editorial secretary-in-
chief and acting head of the In-
ternational Section. This semester
my husband urged me to stay at
home for my health, and I am
spending most of my time in read-
ing. Next month my husband and
I will start to translate the Pocket
Oxford Dictionary together.
"I have met Misses Pei and Alice
Wong and V. K. Nei, all Barbour
scholars, at Yen-Ching university,
which is very near to us.",

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auge cius5iers orsli ver imported
grass, red maple leaves, and mums.
The lights will all be dimmed, ex-
cept for the startling glare of the
spot lights and the soft flickerings
of the shaded balcony lights.
The program for the evening will
include a grand march which will
be led by Miss Yeo as general
chairman of the ball, and her part-
ner. This is also an innovation in
the history of all other inter-soror-
ity balls, for up to this year they
have never included a grand
march.
Further comparison of this year's
preparations for the event with
those made last year, and at pre-
vious balls show a decided pro-
gress in all directions, as reports
from the different committees all
show results equally satisfactory to
those of the ticket committee.
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expect the women to take them to
the Pan-Hell ball and to the Hop
also, is just a little too much. Once
more the men are overstepping
their bounds and I suppose now
the men will be saying "Well, have
you sent in your application for a

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Instruments and Supplies
Radiola and Atwater-Kent
Radios
110 So. Main St.

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Order them at your campus cafeteria
or at the fraternity restaurant. These
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And how crisp they are! Eat them
with milk and cream. A perfect food
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these bran flakes made by Kellogg of
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A five-course breakfast
music, dancing, shaded. candlelight
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Beauty Shop
Special for November
Finger Wave or
Marcel including
a Shampoo with
Lemon Rinse, $1
Open Evenings
Phone 21478 625 E. Liberty

Be Good
to Yourself!
Enjoy Thanksgiving
Dinner Here
Resevaion is tot
necessar), butc xpedient.
514 E. Jefferson
Next to Jefferson Apts.,
Near State

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colleges, eating clubs
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