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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 192

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FORMER0 A. R PRESIDENT BELIEVES WOMEN

AlWacdonai d's Secretary

CHINESE WOMEN HAVE
FOUND NEW fED

RUSSIAN TEA ROOM, CLEVERLY
APPOINTED, REOPENS AT LEAGUE

OF TODAY ARE GREAT FACTORS IN ECONOMICS

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All of the thrills which a new bride1
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Mrs. Ether M. Crane is Honor Gues
at Ruthven Dinner Thurs-
day Night
DEFINES SOCIETY'S STAND
"This fine new Women's League
building, the appointment of the
new woman regent, Mrs. Esther
Marsh Cram, and the women work-
ing so actively as executives in the
League building are all outstanding
examples of what women can
achieve," said Mrs. Alfred J. Bros-
seau, of Greenwich, Conn., in an
interview reported yesterday.
Mrs. Brosseau, past President
General of the National Daughters
of the American Revolution, is
spending a few days in Ann Arbor,
and was guest of honor of President
and Mrs. Ruthven at a - per given
on Thursday evening at the League.
"As the younger generation comes
along, it will realize that it isn't
altogether old-fashioned a n d
archaic to honor the ideals of the
men and women who founded this
country," Mrs. Brosseau continuel.
"There is, you know, a tendency
toward that viewpoint, which has
commanded the attention of Mrs.
Brosseau." She smiled.I
The D. A. "stands for an adequate
national defense-in the army,
navy and air forces. It has fought
atheism and socialism, and those
forces which are disintegrating
rather than upbuilding. These facts
we believe a message to the young
women who will become homemak-
ers and who will be great factors
in the ecomic life and national
problems-those young women who
are the workers of the world. It
sems to me that a sane point of
view on all these fundamentals
makes for thebestfcitizenship,
since woman suffrage and the new
freedom for women came into
being.
"At a large convention of the D.
A. R., recently convened in Kala-
mazoo, a petition was drawn up,
asking that all school teachers in
Michigan be required to take an
oath of allegiance, before com-
mencing to teach," Mrs. Brosseau
tated.
"This is a regular practice in In-
,diana and other states, and this pe-
tition will be presented to the State
Legislature for its approvaL"
Following her visit in Ann Arbor,
Mrs. Brosseau will continue her
Notice
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the League
at 10:30 today in the Board of
Director's room at the League.

work as chairman of the building
committee for the new $1,500,000
D. A. R. building now under con-
st rti n Washington, D. C. It
will, be opened formally to. the~ pub-
lic on October 23.
Aside from her other duties, Mrs.
Brosseau is actively interested in.
journalism, and plans to associate
with a new Washington magazine
to be edited by Miss Elizabeth Poe,
of the family of Edgar Allen Poe.
The office of vice-president of the
National Defense Life Insurancel
1Company in Washington completesI
the many activities in which Mrs.
Brosseau is engaged.
Curricula Offers
Shooting Courses
Classes in open rifle shooting will
be included in the physical educa-
tion curricula this fall. Though
r'ifle shooting has been given as an
elective sport previously it has
never before been taught for credit
in required physical education.
' A beginning course will be open to
girls interested in the art of rifle
' shooting, conducted under the in-
struction of Captain Custis.
An advanced course will also be
given, which will meet on Wednes-
day from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock. Those
interested in either course will
please sign up in the field house or
in Barbour gymnasium. Classes.
will begin next Tuesday.
Dean Advises Women
To Earn Scholarships
Dean Virginia Gildersleeve, of
Barnard College, advises- women
not to work their way through col-
lege. This is about the surest way
to suffer a nervous breakdown, she
believes.
As only the strongest type pf
girl can stand the strain of work-
ing and attending school simulta-
neously, Dean Gildersleeve recom-
mends that the poor, but moderate-
ly poor girl obtain a scholarship, or
borrow the necessary money. Since,
women's jobs pay less than mends
colleges should offer a larger. iurn
ber of women's scholarships, she
says.

: .: Guest of Foreign Students Club perfectly appointed new kitchen
Explains Progress Made are now at the command of every
In Modern Industry ;undergraduate woman since the re-
-f opening of the Russian Tea room
Chin m a od Othefirst floor of the League.
freedom," said Mr. Suez, Chinese The combination of food shop,
diplomat. "No longer are they held kitchenette, and tea room makes
bound by iron-clad conventions. provision for every wish of women
.:."They are permitted to dine and planning to serve their own tea.
dante and engage in all .sports as There is a pretty new set of.
their American sistersdcQ. All pro- dishes at the disposal of the host-
fe'sions are open to them, and as es "icluding a unique red and yel-
new hospitals are being:built a low teapot. There are pots, pans,
great many girls are taking up the skilleos and electrical appliances of
nursing profession. . all sorts, including electric toaster ,
. .Mr. Suez is well known in diplo- waffle iron, and percolator. The
Imatic service having been the con- electrical refrigerator, which is
E sul general from China to the kept running all of the time, will
! United States and the Foreign Min- take care of any frozen dishes as
RoseRosenber ivatesreta ister of China to Peru. He has just well as keeping salads cool until
Ro R s patea se tary' returned from an ititernational they are ready to be served.,
to Prime Minister MacDonald, is Chamber of Commerce in Europe The food shop in connection with
one of the members of the Mac- I and is on his way to China stop- the tea roomn provides, in larger
Donald party which is leaving soon ping in Ann Arbor as the guest of quantities, all of the salads, rolls,
for Europe after its visit to Amer- the Chinese Student's - Club. "We and pastries which, the cafeteria
ica.are delighted to have ur girls come offers. It may be obtained on short
_____._to the American Universities," Mr. notice, but it is preferable to order
* Suez went on, "because when they it several hours ahead of time. Or,
Changes Are Made in return to China they can do much in case the hostess wishes to pro-
Indiana Sorority Rules to raise the standards of the coun- vide the food herself, she may do
try. New schools are being opened so and still have all. of the privil-
The sorority council of University and Michigan graduates hold re- eges of the tea room and kitchen-
of Indiana recently made some im- sponsible positions." Mr. Suez :has ette. Maid service will also be pro-
portant changes in rules governing two sons enrolled in the University. vided for a small sum, if desired.
the social sororities. Chief among Mr. Suez addressed the Chinese Food may also be obtained in the
them is the rule that all women students, telling them 'of the pro- food shop to be used in the Cave of
must be carrying at least 10 hours gress the new government . of the League or to be taken in to the
work at the time of initiation. An- j China has made. Radios and tele- Fountain room of the cafeteria.
other rule passed is that all women graph are found through the whole Dainty box lunches are a new fea-
working for a degree shall have country and recently commercial ture which the shop offers of es-
their grades counted in the soror- aviation has been introduced. The_
ity averages for competition for the government is working to better and to eliminate the political in-
scholarship cup awarded annually. the economic condition. of ,the poor feriority of the country.
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pecial interest to women attendint
out-of-town football games.
The Russian Tea room may b'
engaged by calling the main officer
of the League or it may be used a
any time without -previous notic
unless reserved by another party.
Cos mopol itan .Club'
to Give Reception

Cosmopolitan club will meet to-
night at 8:00 o'clock at the' hom
of Professor and Mrs. E. C. God-
dard, 1212 Hill street. All universit3
students are urged to attend thi:
informal reception social, where
they will have an excellent oppor-
tunity of meeting their fellow
countrymen, as well as the regular
meetings of the club held in Lane
Hall, announcements of the dates
Butler - Plump girls recently
found that their popularity with
men had waned, for one evening
at least, when a campus sorority
gave a weight dance. Each escort
paid an admission fee basedupon
the weight of his date. Thin girls
were much in evidence.

PREMIE1R'S DAUGHTE
ACTsASFIRST LADY,
Ishbel MacDonald, daughter of
lamsay MacDonald, who is head
)f the British Labor Party and
Prime Minister of England, is now
reigning for the second time at
10 Downing street as her father's
hostess. Never in the history of
Downing street has a woman so
young occupied this highest social-
political eminence accessible to
women in England.
Being hostess for her father is
neither housekeeping nor is it puz-
,ling over whom to invite to din-
ners and receptions. To receive her
.ather's guests and to sit at table
with them is only a small part of
Miss MacDonald's duties. There is
a large correspondenge to be han-
dled; bazaars and public functions
to be opened; active work in social
service; and many other duties too
numerous to name.
"She dispenses with cosmetics
and, I believenrefrainshfrom smok-
ing;-the latter self--restraint
being an asceticism even more un-
common in England than in Amer-
ica, writes Kathleen Woodward in
the New York "Times Magazine,"
"Also she knits, a fact which may
be said to give her distinction."

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When down town,
drop in for a toast-
ed Sandwich.
Fresh Candies,
,Fountain Service
R EKETS
SUGAR BOWL

THE PRINT and BOOK SHOP
Announce Publication of
Eugene O'Neill's Dynamo
Sigrid Unset's Wilderness
Katherine Anthony's Queen Elizabeth

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THE NEW JEWELRY

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tweeds to velvet
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tempo of the times,
Lnxuri,^t.'S SirityE tnted"saria in thick, dra"S-d strands. CopIes'
of Old Court jewelry.
The new and delightful feather jewelry introduced in the
recent openings.
Smoked pearls, dusky as night, smooth as a rabbit's ear.
Cristals that flash their brilliance against the more somber
f all colors.

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Amusing wooden
nothing at all.

sports jewelry which weights practically

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T weeds and Flat
Crepes
$10.00 to $16.50
Nothing is quite so young looking,
;o flattering, so vastly becoming. The
kirts are flared, or pleated. The

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