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TI-ESDAY, OCtQ O P , z2 I 2

THE MICHI AN. DA TLY

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CONFERENCE
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Elsie Murray, '26,
Will Be Guest of
for Michigan
OPENING SET FOR
Guests Come from Eig
for First Meeting

PLAN
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Women's

Traditions Had Beginning D Popular Radio Artist MRS. LEONA DIEKEMA EXPECTS TO
inS A m itto o Da raUL I Wins Trip to Islands

in Ann Arbo

Complete plans for th
conference of Mortarboar
1iounced by Margaret O
chairman of the confer(
the breakfast meetingf1
1gan chapter, was held 1
1norning. Elsie Murray,
;dent of Mortarboard di
,eior year, will be th
hionor, and will give the
dress of the conferencea
urdajy morning busines
'The subject of Miss Murr
,will be "Personnel."
i Margaret Bush, '30, m
charge of the first aff
week-end, which vill be
of reception Friday nigh
ber 15. Saturday morni
taken up by a busines
)vhich will be opened by
Ohison welcoming the
deports will be given by
'atives of the various cha
Dorothy Bloom, '30, will
the Michigan group.
Following this will be
t the League, for whic
?ollmer, '30, and Arlen
'30, are responsible.The
"chapter will be hostess
event. A round table
will occupy Saturday aft
R Helen Fellows,'30, an
Griffiths, '30, are in cha
banquet which will take
urday night, while the
breakfast Sunday'will b
-y Jean Wallace, '30.
Dormoitories and soror
.will be hostesses to the
who are coming from eig
end universities. This w
first time the sectional<
has ever been held at M

i U A11111Establishment of Dormitories
Was Due to Efforts of
Mrs. Jordan
By Helen Domine
president
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan's twenty
Honor years as dean of women in the
n University have seen many changesI
in the conditions of women on the
NOV. 26 campus. She took u her work as
dean in 1902 when Dr. Eliza Mosher'
h resigned the position to return to
ht Schools Brooklyn to take up her medical
Held practice.
W h e n Mrs. Jordan began her
work there were 451 women on cam-
e sectional pus, living in scattered houses with
rd were an- no regulations. With the help of
)hlson, '30, the Women's League driver for bet-
'ence, after tr living conditions for women was3
f the Mich- started. Approved houses alleviated
ast Sunday the situation, but a need was felt
'26, presi- for dormitories. A paid graduate,
uring her Miss Myrtle White Godwin, was
e 'guest of sent out to viist alumni in Michi-
main ad- gan and elsewhere to stimulate in-
at the Sat- terest in dormitories. A visit to Mr.-
s meeting. William Cook in New York City
'ay's speech resulted in the present Martha Cook
building. However, before that,
will be in H e 1 e n Newberry residence was,
air of the built. Since then the Alumnae,
some sort house, Betsy Barbour house and
ht, Novem- Adelia Cheever house, have been3
ng will be added, due to her efforts.-
s meeting, At that time the League was the
y Margaret only organization for women and
delegates, it was then not at all as it is now.
represen- Mrs. Jordan says that the change
apters, and that has interested her most is the
speak for spirit of self-government which has
been developed in that organization1

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TO PLACARD ALL ROOMS

Definite action on the part of the
newly created House committee of
the League has begun, Margaret
Bush, '30, chairman of the commit-
tee announced yesterday. Its duty:
includes enforcement of the house
rules of the building, arrangements
for small additions and' 'irnprove-
I ments about the rooms, and the
. management in general of diffi-
culties arising from the non-ob--
servance of rules.
ma11 white signs with the
Small whi~t sif i n
Lea seal on them will soon be
placed in the lounges indicating,
which is for the exclusive use of
as. noahleti assination. There women, as well as in other partsa
was no athletic association and no of the building for the convenience
athletic field. Classes in physical of guests. Similar signs may be
education were held, but no interest obtained within a week to post on
was felt in interclass or intramural the door of a room in which aI
play. -nieeting is being held in order to Associated Press Photo
In 1922 Mrs. Jordan resigned heruo prevent any disturbancet
osition and with Mr. Jodan trav- r an dtbe Purcell won a contest as the
eositionErndwtMr.o nta- Cards and card tables may be most popular radio entertainer in
ee inErpeandteUie obtained at the main desk in the the west. The reward was a trip
States. She spent fourtwinters in building by anyone who wishes to!to the HawaiianrIslands.
Rome where she was invited to use them in the lounges, the Cave,I
become a member of the Italian or the ballroom. Margaret Bush, '30, Margaret Bab-
Association of University Women. Those who wish to use the Cave cock, '30, Jean Wallace, '30, Helen
On her return to Ann Arbor, it on the fourth floor will take theI Fellows, '30, Eleanor Cook, '31,
was felt by the Regents that her i elevator only as far as the third Helen Humphreys, '31, Dorothy
20 years of experience, the fact floor and then use the stairway at Birdzell, '32, Jeannie Roberts, '32,
that she had graduated from the the south end of the corridor going and Mrs. Shirley Smith.
University and lived all her life in up to fourth floor, upon request i
Ann Arbor, would make her advice from the House committee. This
of value to the advisers to women is merely out of courtesy to guests Mrs. Ulysses Grant McQueen,
in matters of policy. Mrs. Jordan on the fourth floor who do not Beverly Hills, California, caps a
will also take up the work with wish to be disturbed. long record in aviaton by becoming,
foreign women. She is interested 'Any criticism as to the service or in her home state, the first aerial
in this due to the fact that she other conditions existing at the I policewoman in the world. She was
had charge of the Barbour scholars League will be received by the one of the originators of the recent
during the first eight years that members of the committee, and Women's Air Derby and is vice-
the students were on the campus. placed under consideration. The president of the Women's Interna-
members of the committee are: tional Association of Aeronautics.
Sylvia_ Williamson, whose mother

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Bush Reports Action
by League House
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Mrs.Dieema s 'S Grduae I interesting posts in Europe." Mrs.
MDiekema said. "It is the world cen-
Michigan; Was Early Member ter of government and of new in-
of Mortarboard ternational movements. The courts
of The Hague adhere to old tradi-
"I expect that my position will be tions and customs morel than any
other court in Europe. Mr. Diekema
to represent American women at is of Dutch descent and is looking
Hague," said Mrs. Gerrit J. Diek- forward with pleasure to living in
ema, wife of the newly appointed fHollaid."
Minister Plenipotentiary, Envoy H__and.
Extrordinary, of the United States
to The Hague. Mrs. Diekema, a League Was Scene of
graduate of the Literary class of
'08, was Miss Leona M. Belser, a Activity on Saturday
Kappa Alpha Theta. She was one
of the early members of Mortar-
board and was influential in having Visiting guests from Ohio State.
Phi Beta Kappa on the Michigan guests of Michigan students, and
campus.I Michigan alumni kept the League
For the last three and a half chumming with activity all day last
years she has been a member of Saturday. Mrs. Esther Marsh Cram,
the Alumnae Council. Mr. Diekema the only woman Regent of the Uni-
is also a Michigan graduate, a mem-I versity, was among the guests.
ber of the law class of '83. Mr. and rThe entire building was throwi
Mrs. Diekema -were in Ann Arbor open and every convenience possi-
Saturday to see a farewell foot- ble was placed at the disposal of
ball game. They are sailing for the guests. Special luncheon anid
Europe November 2. dinner were served in the ball room
"The Hague is one of the most cafeteria, and the main and pri-
vate dining rooms, the sum total
of which proved adequate to cope'
Four Hockey Games with the influx of guests.
The colors, scarlet and silver, and
Scheduled Wednesday maize and blue, were the predomi-
nant colors taking form in mums,
ribbons, canes, banners, and arm
The following intramural games bands.
will be played Wednesday: At night the guests had for en-
4 o'clock-Delta Delta Delta vs. tertainment either Bob Carson and
Betsy Barbour House.i A his band in the ball room or "The
Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Alpha Truth About Blayds" presented by
Gamma Delta. Play Production in the Lydia Men-
5 o'clock--Helen Newberry Resi- delssohn Theatre.
dente vs. Delta Gamma.
Alpha Xi Delta vs. Alpha Phi.
v A Pi Miss Ethel Barrymore Colt, 17, is
Miss Albina Osipowich, the Olym- from her mother during the latter's
pic swimmer who won the 100 meter present engagement in Chicago.
free style championship, may be Miss Colt is a representative of the
eligible to complete with the var- eighth generation of the Drew fam-
sity swimming team of Pembroke ily and is to follow a stage career.
College, Brown University, where! She is to leave shortly for Europe
she is a freshman. to study for her debut.

a luncheon
h Marjorie'
c Heilman,
Michigan
s for this
discussion
ternoon.
d Dorothy
irge of the
place Sat-
farewell
e planned
rity houses
delegates
ht colleges
vill be the
conference
ichigan.

in past years.
Traditions which are now an-
nual events had their beginnings
in the first years of Mrs. Jordan's
work. In 1903 the first Senior play'
was given and the following year
the juniors also produced a play
which was the forerunner of the
present Junior Girl's Play. The
Senior breakfast started at that
time.
In order to help in the register-
ing of freshmen women, Wyvern

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and father explore the ocean bed,
photographing for the first time the
strange sights seen there, is the

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was organized. Mortarbgard also first baby to descend to the ocean
was installed on this campus during, floor.
First Party of League's "Around the World"
Cruises Are Scheduled for October 25

New

Members of

Group Announced
Margaret Babcock, '30, president
of the Senior Societylannounces
the results of the fall elections.
Bessie Egeland, '30, Valborg Ege-
land, '30, and Katherine Wigle, '30,
are the women elected to merner-

ship. Initiation will be held on the'
afternoon of Monday, November
4th, in the Red room of Martha
Cook Building. There will be an
informal banquet afterwards at the
League.
Senior Society is an honorary so-
ciety for independent senior wom-
en, corresponding to Mortarboard
for fraternity women. This year's
officers are: Margaret Babcock, '30,
president; Mary Louise Brown, '30,
vice president; Erwilla Schneider,
'30, secretary; and Betty Kahn, '30,
treasurer.
With the title as champion baby
swimmer of the world claimed for
her, Marjorie Best, 26 months old,
now goes to Europe. She sailed
from New York abroad the Ber-
engaria, accompanied by her father
John W. Best, swimming instructor
at the Country Club of Detroit, and
her mother.

SInvitations to apartyaboard the of the Board of Directors of the
Sship "Leagueatania" at 4 o'clock ILeague at a table placed at the end
Friday, October 25, are extended of the ballroom. Peppy dance
by the League to every woman on
the campus. This will be the first music has been arranged for the'
party on the League's trip around party so that the women may take
the world and will be held in the advantage of the splendid floor in
ballroom of the League. the ball room.
Five or six parties are given each Card tables will be provided for
year by the League, and the scheme bridge-lovers, and a prize will be
this year is to represent a stop in presented to the high scorer. The
some foreign country in its trip tallies will be preserved after each
around the world, Jane Yearnd, '31, party and the woman has the
chairman of the League Social highest total score at the end of the
committee, announced yesterday. season will receive the grand prize.
The plan of entertainment, re- Jean Duffield, '30, who is a new
freshments, and decorations will be member of the Social committee,
carried out as though the party has the chairmanship of this first
were on board ship. party.
Tea will be served by members

the time is getting shorter, shorter.
Get your picture receipts at the
'Ensian Office.
Make an appointment with one of
these Official Photographers.
DEY RANDALL-ARMSTRONG

Individual Instruction

Enter any Monday

EVERY JUNIOR SHOULD KNOW
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A knowledge of these subjects is of great personal
value and will open up to you many positions in busi-
ness. A mastery of bookkeeping is also useful.
One or two, hours each, day or two evenings a
week will enable you to obtain this practical training.
Our location at State and William Streets is -close to
the campus.

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RENTSCHLER

Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re-
modelled and Relined
Prices Reasonable
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Phone 9625

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Office: Press Bldg., Maynard St.
Phone 2-1214

SPEDDLING

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New Fashions-for daytime are ideal for the college girl
or business women. Made of light weight woolens they are
meticulously into the trimmest of frocks. Tuckins-frilled collars,
godets and Princess lines are found in wool as well as the silks
that do double duty for campus and tea. A choice of fashions
in the finest of fabrics-well made and featured at surprisingly
low prices.

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This Famous Film in
the Yellow Box
HERE'S no uncertainty about re-
sults with Kodak Film in your
camera. You can depend on it to yield
the best negatives possible under
whatever conditions prevail. Its speed
and latitude assure you of that.
Your size of the dependable film in
the familiar yellow box is always in
stock here. Let us keep you supplied
with it--and let us have your films
after exposure for expert finishing.
Prompt Enlarging

H AMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William Street
Mr. K. S. Jamgotch
returns to Ann Arbor
with an elaborate collection
of Oriental Rug3
R. JAMGOTCH, the well-known importer
IMiot high quality Oriental Rugs, announces
an unusual collection for this special selling

event . .

antiques and modern designs in all

sizes and prices are involved in a close out
prior to his denarture for the Orient . . . .
Make your selections at this time as the savings will
interest you if you have had your heart set on
Orientals . . . the most beautiful of all floor
'overings.
Generous sized Rug $15 and $17.50 and
up to $500
Mats at $2.50 to $10
Second Floor

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A leather jacket or coat-is just the thing for golf, hiking or
general utility wear. In dark or bright colors they are important sport
accessory. Now marked at Anniversary Prices.

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