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PHU[,ITIAHIEAKI DEAR C O RA: ANNUUNLLE HNUIU
I have long been an ardent ad- I
mirer of yours. I mean I like tof IIW DADTI[S
U5_read the articles that you get
rpublished in the paper. I have often
Priniepdes That Wilson ipheld wanted to meet you. Imagine my
Underlie European Affairs embarrassment when I found out -crd party to be given by the A. A.
Today that you were a member of one of;U W. on February 14 were an-
ro Willam .yeofthmy classes. I was so astonished! I nounccc yesterday by Mrs. Hugh
Prof. William A. Frayer of the swear I really was. The first per- Teypresidenof the asociaton.
History department spoke at the son I thought of as Cora is a young Hhwere a follows: Miss Anne
A. A. U. W. meeting yesterday on I fellow who writes the darndest Hinshaw, Mrs. James . Alexndr
international relations since the cleverest things-that kind, you Ruth Patterson, Mrs. Alexandr
war. He stated that the principles know-in his speech notebook. I R H. Curtiss, Mrs. Bishop Cafield,
underlying general conditions inf thought he had been writing for Mrs. Otto Haisey, Mrs. Alfred H'
Europe now are the same that The Daily with Cora as a nom de White, Mrs. Donald May, Mrs. Ed-
Woodrow Wilson upheld, and that plume. Whie AMs DonaldoMay, Mrm E
must sooner or later surely prevail. I have quoted you in my classes ward Adams, Mrs. John L. Brunm,
He spoke of the extremes, Bol- enough times to make you famous Mrs, Earl Dow, Mrs. W. D. Hender-
shevism in Russia, Fascism in even if no one should read your son.,Mrs. Max Winkler, Mrs. L. W.
Italy, as passing phases. He said articles. I'm sorry, Cora, that you The following will serve as assis-
that the danger from these two are not planning on taking any Tant hostesses: Mis Edith Bishop
was at one time very real in Ger- more courses in speech. You really Miss Fandria Crocker, Mrs. Ren
manyFrance, and other countries should. Especially since I held thatls Fnirs Croker MWs. ers
but that it has passed. He called Friday morning class so you could Leslie Wikel, Mrs. J. W. Welton.
Fascism an "inveitable phenomen- give your makeup speech-that one Mrs. A. J. Rousseau, Mrs. A. C.
on" brought on by post-war con- that you didn't give, you know. Furstenberg, Miss Edith Bader,
ditions in.Italy. I'm really terribly pained that I Mrs. Emil Lorch, Mrs. A. F. Shull,
The two most remarkable men have sunk in your estimation, for Mrs. Wells Bennett, Mrs. Frederick
made prominent in the war are you ?have risen tremendously jin Coller, Mrs. Anna Steele, Miss Lona
Lenin and Mussolini," said Profes- mine-since I have learned that Tinkham, Mrs. L. C. Karpinski, Mrs.
sor Frayer. The two phases which you'can write such clever stuff, and Walter Staebler, Mrs. Margaret
they represent agree in one thing ; get it printed. (I'm going to let Bird, Mrs. Walter Waltz, Mrs. Platt
only, the failure of. democracy. you in on a secret.) I shall see that Wood, Mrs. Irene Johnson, Mrs.
This ought to make us think about you pass the courses in spite ofall Hugh Heller, and Mrs. Nathan Pot-
our own government more seriously, the d- obstacles that now stand ter will be contributing patronesses.
declared Professor Frayer. in the way. This is just another
In closing he drew an analogy one of those "kindlier moments" really don't.
between the economic and political!(that seize me once in a while). At any rate I hope we can still
aspects of yesterday and today. But listen, Cora, about those be on speaking terms with each
Formerly mercantilism was sin- dates on the front of the bluebooks. other, even if you don't speak to me
cerely believed in. Now the world fI thought I had told you in class each week next semester. You
is becoming an economic unit and I that I'm married. I swear I really know, we might meet at a swell I
someday it will become a political am. That's nice of you to suggest reception or formal some time and
unit. that you have no dates--like they it would dreadfully embarrassing
do in the "personals" you know- to have to be introduced all over
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, but I don't think my wife would again.
$2.50 the half year-It's worth it. like the idea very much. I swear I Tst one of those "dear Instruc-
tors."

SOCIAL
BY

FUNCTIONS ARE CURTAILED
COMING EXAMINATION PERIOD!

CLASS BASKETBALL

A strong sense of duty has ap-[
rently limited the social sched-f
e for the inevitable last minute
amming. Within a few weeks,
wever, intensive rushing will be-
n and the social activities be re-
med for the second semseter.
Two weeks from yesterday the
edding of Ruth Matteson, '30, of
reenville, to Donald Dodds, '32M,.
Detroit and a member of Phi'
ii medical fraternity, will take'
ace at the Delta Zeta house. De-!
ils for the wedding are not yet;
mplete but a dinner will probably
served after the ceremony which
11 be held at 3 o'clock. All of
e members of Delta Zeta will be
e guests of the bride at the wed-!
ng. This will be indeed an un-
ual climax to the J-Hop activi-
5s.
Delta Delta Delta held a corpor-
ion meeting last Sunday after-
on. Among the guests at thex
nner preceding were Miss Wini-
ed Chase and Mrs. F. Young from
etroit, and Miss Helen McKellar
d Mrs. J. R. Brumm of Ann Ar-
r. A spring motif was carried
t in the decorations with yellowt
pers and yellow tulips.
Phi Gamma Mu is anticipating a
idge party next Saturday at the;
>tel Statler in Detroit. The
umnae of the sorority will act
hostesses to the active members.
venty-five tables of bridge areI
pected.
Irs. A. G. Ruthven, a patronnessI
Xi chapter of Delta OmicronI
,tional musical sorority, enter-{
ned the members and patrones-
s at a tea at her home last Sun-
y. Mrs. Carl H. Smith and Mrs.
bert J. Rousseau poured.
Yi chapter of Delta Omicron
MYTH#F

announces the initiation of Mar-I
quita Devine of Gaylord, Mich., andf
Rosalee Sinclair of Martindale, Ill.
The sorority also wishes to an-I
nounce that Mrs. J. J. Travis and
Mrs. E. L. Whitman have become
patronesses of the sorority.,
Alpha Xi Delta announces the
pledging of Ruth Kelsey, '31, of
Ann Arbor.
On Wednesday, Alpha Xi Delta
gave a dinner in honor of Mrs.
Robert Hall, until recently alumna
adviser of the sorority, who is
leaving next week for Japan where
Mr. Hall will engage in sociological
research. Among the guests were
Mrs. Franklin Shull, Mrs. C. D.
Thorpe, Mrs. H. H. Seeley, and Mrs.
Mary E. Buffington.
RAMONA
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Permanent Waves $5
Finger Wave or
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Lemon Rinse, $1

Two practices of inter-class bas-
ketball will be held next week, one
at 5 o'clock on Tuesday and one on
Thursday. These will not be among
the required practices and are be-
ing held at special request. Instead
of drilling on technique, regular
games will be played by those who
come out on these days.

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