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April 22, 1930 - Image 5

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T H I -E 6XI E y


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DEAN (O W Mrs. Herbert Hoover Rid
SL Washington Bridle)
R n Vw~i~ A..


les Each Morning on
Paths With Her Friends


MIss 1ryrsa W. Amos, Dean
University of Pittsburgh
to be Guest of Honor.


Luncheon to be Given in Leaguel
Building;:Business Meeting
to Follow Immediately. }

Michigan State Association of
Deans -of Women is holding its an-
nual meeting, which always comes
at the time of the Schoolmasters'
Convention, on Friday, April 25, in
Ann Arbor. According to Miss
Margaret Ruth Smith, Social Direc-
tor of Martha Cook Building, who
is social chairman of the affair,1
there will be a luncheon at 12:30
Friday in dining rooms A, B, and C
of the League building.
Miss Florence Riddell, Vice,Prin-
cipal of Flint Central High School,
President of the State Association,
will preside, at the meeting. Miss
Thyrsa W. Amos, Dean at the Uni-
versity of Pitttsburgh, and Presi-
dent of theNational Association of
Deans of Women will be the guest
of, honor and principal speaker.
Immediately followinrr the lunch- i

r 1

nunT T ( I[1| || More Serious Type of Monthly Publications
Appeal to Professors According to Statistics
Do professors turn to light maga- riodicals, Scribner's, the Atlantic
zine reading in their spare mo- Monthly, Harper's, and the Cen-
ments? A list of their favorite "pe- tury predominate as favorite read-
omen's Athletic Association riodicals, supplied recently by a ing material. The Literary Digest,
sn rof professors, seems to in- as representative of the interest in
Holds Open Meeting Today dicate that the more serious type current happenings appears to hold
at Field House. of monthly publication holds the the attention of many of the Uni-
-- most important place upon the Ii- versity professors. One, when men-
D. TOUFF WILL PRESIDE brary tables of faculty members. tioning that this was among those
Of the more general type of pe- magazines to which he most often
All members of the Women's'--turned, admitted that hiss interest
Athlticassoiaton ae..nvitd t Ithad been drawn to the prohibition
Athletic association are Invited to ALENDARpoll conducted by that weekly, and
attend the open meeting which is Nthat he had been following it close-
to .be held at 4:15 o'clock today in April 22-26. ly
the lounge of Palmer Field house. Tuesday. Those five-cent magazines, each
Dorothy Touff, '30, president of W. 3:30-A. C. A. C. W. Transpor- of which makes its appearance on a
A. A. will preside. tation committee, League build- specified day of the week, and
The purpose of the meeting is ing. jwhich are notoriously so well pa-
two-fold, in that the plans for the 4:00-Oriental Girls, League tronized by the student body, seem
Athletic Conference of American garden room. to hold small appeal to the faculty
Collewe Women will be announced 4:15-W. A. A. open meeting, group. The Saturday Evening Post
by Louise Cody, '30Ed., chairman Palmer Field house. provides the one exception to this
of the conference, besides the regu- 5:00-Speedball practice, Pal- rule. Many of the number who re-
lar reports of the members of the; mer field. sponded included this among the
executive board of W. A. A. 7:15-University Girls' Glee first three on their lists. Since
A. C. A. C. W. is meeting in Ann club, League committee room. this magazine carries appeal both
Arbor Thursday, Friday; and Sat- 8:00-Portia, League Alumnae for the fiction-lover and for the
urday of this week, with headquar- room. man interested in articles of a cur-
ters at the Women's League build- i 8:00-Athena, League cave. rent -nature, the true interest in
ing. As the association is made up. 8:00-Nursery section, Facul- this publication cannot be exactly
of Women's Atheletic associations ty Women's club, League build- i identified.
from all over the country, the ing. I It is interesting to note that spe-
Michigan W. A. A. will be acting as Wednesday. cial interests are followed closely
hostess to all these associations.1 7:15-Mu Phi Epsilon, League in magazines which are devoted to
As there are about 300 delegates building. particular fields. Thus, one profes-
expected, every member of W. A. Thursday. sor. cited Theatre Arts as one of
A. will be able to take some active 9:00-Registration, A. C. A. C. his major periodical selections,
part in entertaining. W., League building. Which another, who professed an
4:00-Mummers, League, Lea- interest in acoounts of explorations
SALE OF RECITAL gue cave. and travels, mentioned the Nation-
5:00-Board of Representa- al Geographic. Other magazines of
TICKETS TO OPEN tives, League committee room. the globe-trotter nature, such as
Friday. Asia and Travel, were included in

Associated Press Photo
Mrs. Herbert Hoover
"First Lady of the Land," enjoys a horseback ride each morning in
Washington parks accompanied by her friends.

-aaa+.a~ca 1**..-V W 3gj-~ [HE T1lIflflfllfllAI Tickets for the dac reil
eon the Unfiversity and collegeTksfrhe dance recital
en the ig a colle which is being given at 8:15 g
deans an theaahigh school deans ill o'clock Friday, April 25, in the
will smliet igosea-ate sections for Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, will be M
business meeting&r .o aeWdedy hrdy n
Dean Amos, who will be the guest Transportation Committee Will Freshmen Women Should Sub- on sale Wednesday, Thursday, and
I Friday at the box office. The price
of Martha Cook building during Attend Meeting at Women's mit Designs to Secretary in is fifty cents. p I
her stay in Ann Arbor, will be hon-L sftyen.A
ored at a tea from 4 to 5:30 Friday League Building. Adviser's Office. The recital is being presented by
at atea rm to 5:k0 ThedayOrchesis and members of, the danc- L
afternoon in Martha Cook. The: WOMEN TO DRIVE CARS TO AWARD TWO PRIZES ing classes, as well as students in
Governors, Directors, and residents ' _____ h hscleuaindprmn.
of the building are giving the tea-~~~ h hscleuaindprmn.
ofd the budngre inuthe ta 'There will be a meeting of the Designs for the poster contest Student chairmen and committees
and the University faculty and arpaigcotms taigteIn
their wives, the.Ann Arbor branch transportation committee for the for the Freshman Pageant are to are makng costumes, stageng the
of the American Association of Athletic Conference of American e turned in tomorrow, April 23, tortenchnical and abusinesssidg charge of the P
University Women, and the State College Women at 3:30 o'clock to- te seret a the ai de, in pentation, as wellnas picipt-
Deans Association havebee nit- the.secretary at the main desk in presentation, as well as prtcipat.. B~e.Ms idl n isMra a tteWmnsLau ul-teavsr'ofc tBrorgm gi h rga.t
eans ssoiatond have ben nvi day at the Women's League build- the advisers' office at Barbour gym- ing in the program. the
Gray, Secretary-Treasurer of the ng. Those women who have offer- nasium Three weeks including - ter
State Association, will also be ed to drive cars as well as the mem- vacation week has been allowed for 1 The Central committee of the wil
guests of honor at the tea. bers of the committee are asked the completion of the posters. Athletic conference of American bee
71I by Herma Grobowsky, chairman Teetat hudbfsr o college women will meet at 7:30 Ark
UNUSUAL SCHOOL to attend the meeting. The con Thhe nae inted i poin tonight in the Michigan League
SUCCEEDS ABROAD mittee members are Louise Green- gnt letters on the back of the pos- buildg. da
berg, '31, Dorothy Marshick, '30Ed., I ter Sice every first year woman irman lat
Miss Miriam Lord, founder of the Margaret Stahl, '31, and Elizabeth t._nc__yrs erwmnt
Merrill-Palmer school in Ann Ar- Whitney, '3iEd. n any school, whether or not she is
Those women who will drive cars eligible, may submit a design, it is
Ebor, hasbeme wl-knwn in- to meet trains are: Louise Karpin- hoped that there will be a number
England for her work in kinder-' ski, Virginia Shumaker, Frances of entrees
Lieroo scoo in B radfodEng- Mar Evans Vegii rah Vir warded to the wnners of the con- RD. 1
gartens. In 1921 she opened the; Novey, Anne Vernor, Katherine Two silver loving cups are to be o.
land, working with pre-school age ginia McGonigal, Katherine Ruth- ,~
children whose mothers work dur- ven, Isabel Levi, Constance Giefel, test. The first prize will be given
Lois Cossitt, Helen Mary Sweet, for the best poster done in black
ing the day. Virginia Birchfield, Louise Breawy, and white. This will be used as the
In this school, Miss Lord teaches Alice Sunderland, Elizabeth Sun-
the children the fundamentals of derland, Edna Nicholson, Milly ver design for the Lantern Night1ys
the home. While they learn to Hare, Dorothea Waterman, Miriam program. The second prize will be
dance and play, part of their time Carey, Cathelia Pollock, Helen Zie- presented to the entrant who has
is also taken with work. They are fie, Harrie Arnold, Miriam Highly, submitted the best poster in colors. THIRD FLOOR
ialotknwtwokThyae;Elizabeth Covert, Dorothy Norris, THR LO
allowed to set tiny tables for lunch, Harriet Henderlong, Marion May, This will be used for advertising
to serve, and to clear away the Doris Miller, Dorothy Schall, Fay purposes and will be displayed on Rugs, $2.95
dishes when they have finished. Sawyer, and Marguerite Hall. campus. 44 chenille and yarn rugs. 24x36 to A
After their work they have twenty- -- - -----27x54.
minutes in which they play, fol- i
lowed by alternate periods of con- Tables, $9.95 to $12.95
structive tasks and play. vGtlgfbe ihbatflm-O
Besides teaching the children GaY o 7 swtleuind 0
w illanyGteleg . everlwithzesutil a
these fundamentals of home life, OU. W11 oa"y tops. Several ses. ta
the school also proves a boon to *
mothers who must be away all day. IQ Sewing Cabinets, ,6.95
Miss Lord organized a series of!.lasting rotectin Priscilla sewing cabinets are specially 2
meetings for them at which she ipriced for the sale. in
tells them about their children and 1
addresses thef on subjects pre- i the new ted softer Kotex Mattresses, $23.00
taining to child training. l!V Simmions New SyeDesepmt
Although this form of teaching Asitnt
has been widely copied throughout Is green, blue ororchid.
the world, Miss Lord..aroused great
interest recently when she gave an ° Johnson's Wax, 59c
illustrated lecture about the school One pint can of Johnson's liquid A.
followed by a discussion for all wax with dust cloth freer sh
teachers interested in the work. I
An American woman, impressed I
with her project, sent her a check Cretonne, 59c
equivalent to 100 pounds. With it r575 yards in one lot which usually Si
Miss Lord started a fund for the sells at 65c to $1.50 yd. an
mothers of the children.
"We shall provide a holiday," Pillows, 59c
she said, "for the sick, ailing, and I Saeen covered
poor mothers, some of whom have Itecld torsl
never had rest from their jobs or s.
families. To this initial fund will
be added all the money that I can RfldCurtains, $1.19
earn with writing, speaking, and aRusertans tplainrorfigured Si
lecturing." _________::.:":>_:,...s' _._tri
OTEX deodorizes, keeps you KOTEX IS SOFT'... Lamps, $9.65, $11.95
EVERYTHING dainty fresh immaculate at 1Not deceptie softnss, that Table lams of all kinds
times when that is doubly important. soon packs into chafing hard- which usually sell as high as $15.00 Be
FOR THE HOME - It is fashioned to fit securely. . ness. But a delicate, lasting and $21.75. A
Kotex is so soft, so comfortable softness.
Furniture after hours of wear. This is because 2-Kotex filler is far lighter and Lamps, $6.85 to $19.85
L oleum , of the unusual substance of which it otton, yet absorbs Bridge, junior and floor in four Fa
Linoleume,.of t e uuulustnce o whch 5 times as much. different price groups. co
General Electric is made . . . Cellucotton (not cot 3-Deodorizes safely, thor-
; ton) absorbent waddng, the same-
Refrigerators tn bobn adntesm ouglil, by a special process.A
r r materialused today by &5o of our ,osal'. Instal co
n_,__, 7 4-Dis osable. instanty.conm A 1+L-Za ... i..

6:15-Pi Lambda Theta, Lea- this classification.
ue private dining room. Still another professor declared
8:15 - Dance recital, Lydia an interest in magazines which
dendelssohn theatre. deal with out-of-doors and nature,
Saturday. but which are not of too scientific
4:00 - Mortarboard, League a nature to be enjoyed by the lay-
.lumnae rom. man.
7:00-A. C. A. C. W. banquet, Of the recognizable lighter pub-
eague ballroom. lications, Life and Judge were the
only ones which were perused by
the faculty members.

.LercLUss ap eeUUULL
ractice Hour Changed
Because of the W. A. A. meeting
re will be speedball practice
y from 5 until 6 o'clock this af-
noon. Thursday the practice
1 have to be entirely suspended
cause of the A. C. A. C. W. in Ann
?ractice will be resumed Tues-
y, April 29, and it is not yet too
e for women who are interested
go out for the sport.

Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re.
modelled and Relined
Prices Reasonable
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Phone 9623


tiversary Sale
-April 21 to May 1
Make-up Boxes, $1.49 Dresses, $5.00
attractive make-up boxes with three 300 darker silk crepe dresses usually
ompartments. priced as high as $14,75. .
Stationery, 59c to $1.79 Towels, 35c
)ver 300 boxes of Eaton's or Mon- Heavy Turkish towels, colored bor- n
g's papers in three price groups. ders, 24x45 size. U
Handkerchiefs, 23c Wash Cloths, 7c
439-gay printed linen handkerchiefs One lot good quality wash cloths.
this group.
Handkerchiefs, 49c Ladies' Shoes, $3.89 to $5.19,0
ll linen Porto Ricans with patch 759 pairs of slippers, pumps and ox-
ork corners, fords. Broken sizes.
Hosiery, $1.50 Smocks, $1.49
dl-silk chiffon, square heels, new Full cut cretonne smocks, gay colors.
ades, regularly $1.74.
Lunchcloths, 69c
Gloves, 94C All linen lunch cloths, 36 inches or
lk or chamoisette gloves in slip-on 44 inches, squares with colored bor-
d cuff styles. ders.
Gloves, $2.49 to $4.19 Sheets, $1.10 ,
ace, suede and cape skin gloves in Mack's Superior quality bleached
p-on or cuff styles in two grades. sheet, 63 x 90. O
Pajamas, $2.95 Toweling, 22c -
lk crepe pajamas in tailored or lace Linen'dbleached crash toweling with'fi
mmcnud models. colored stripe. Lde'C
Ladies' Shoes, $6.85 Lingerie, $1.49
tter quality footwear in special Rayon or celanese crepe chemises,
nniversary offering, bloomers and dance sets.
Umbrellas, $4.29 Curtains, $1.19
ncy silk umbrellas, sixteen rib with Fine viole cottage curtain bought for
imposition handles,. this sale. U
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