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CANOE TRIP MAY S9
Previously Planned Nature Hike
Will be Replaced by
Supper Outing.
Due to' the success of the canoe
supper trip given by the Women's
Athletic Association last Saturday,
another party of the same type has
been planned for next Saturday,
May 9, to take the place of the na-
ture hike formerly scheduled.
All women students are invited
to attend thij party as the guests
of W.A.A. The group will meet at
2:30 o'clock at Saunder's Canoe
livery, and each member of the
party will bring her own supper. It
is planned to return by 8:30 o'clock.
Lists Posted For Names.
Arrangements to attend the party
can be made by signing the notice
on the bulletin board of Barbour
gymnasium or the Women's Athlet-
ic building, or by calling Audrey
Callander, '33, at 6845. The canoes
will be rented by the committee
from Saunder's.
The nature hike, which was plan-
ned for next Saturday afternoon,
will be held later on in the season,'
Miss Callandar announced yester-
day. The other parties in the series
planned by the outdoor department
of W.A.A. will include an over-
night hike to the forestry cabin on
May 16, another canoe supper trip'
on May 23 and a canoe contest onf
May 30. Nine outdoor parties have
already been held in this series
which was inaugurated last fall.
Planned For New Members.
These outdoor parties have been
especially planned for inactive or
new members of W.A.A. who wish
to become better acquainted with
the organization, or who wish to
earn the five points necessary for
membership. Twenty-five points are
awarded for attendance at five par-
ties and 50 points for attendance
at ten. In addition, one point is
given for each mile hiked while on
an outdoor party.
Twenty-six women attended the
canoe party held last Saturday aft-
ernoon, on which the group fol-
lowed a route up the river past the
first portage to Barton pond.
In case of rain, a hike will take
place of the canoe trip next Satur-
day.
TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING
All makes of machines.
Our equipment and per-
s o n n e l are considered
among the best in the State. The result:
of twenty years' careful building.

Sculpture Exhibition
Shows Women Artists
Begin to Take Lead
By C. M. '32.
Undoubtedly some of the most
competent work represented in the
student sculpture exhibit which
i closed this past week-end was done
by women artists. Outstanding in
the group because of her ability in
compositional design were the con-
tributions of Helen V. Bailey. All
of her work was characterized by
a clever manipulation of bodily
pose to express the mood of the
subject.
One of the strongest pieces which
appeared in the show was Of the
Sail, by Harriet Lawton. The three
figures representing the peasant
family type are well molded to-
gether into an expressional unity,
and the modelling of the forms has
a pleasing massiveness w h i c h
avoids any over-heaviness.
Elaine Brockman's work has a
peculiar quality of detached dream-
iness. Whether one considers her
portrait head or her nude studies
there is always present a charac-
teristic distant gaze. And Margar-
et E. Smith although uncertain in
her modelling and hesitant in her
distinction between various surface
textures has a certain spirit of her
work which marks her. as another
of the young individualists.
Most characteristic and also the
most promising thing in all of
these contributions is the fact that
they are definitely sculpurturesgue
in, the sense which Michaelangelo
described when he outlined the re-
quirements of good sculpture i.e.,
they are welded into a unity of
structure with no irrelevant pro-
jections.
Cotton materials are continuing
their 'invasion of last year, parti-
cularly organdy for formal and in-
formal evening gowns. Nets and
voiles will no doubt be seen rather I
frequently also.
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
TO GIVE CONCERTS
Program to Be Given Today for
A.A.U.W. State Federation.

ATHENA WILL HOLD

BUSINESS RESEARCH SURVEY FINDS
MOST ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS

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Several important engagements Pledges Perform Comic Skits
have been made the University Following Business Meeting
Girls' Glee Club for concerts within Tuesday Night.
the next few weeks. The first of
these appearances will be tonight Epsilon chapter of Athena, wo-
at the banquet which the State men's national debating and liter-
Federation Convention of t h e ary society, will hold its formal in-
American Association of University itiation ceremony for this semes-
Women is holding in the League ter a week from tonight in the
building. A group of college songs League building. Those who will
will be the main feature of their be initiated are Dorothy Ann Wil-
program, which is to be directed liams, '34, Audra Cook, '32, and Isa-
by Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of .the bel Bonicave, '34. Agnes Johnson,
School of Music. '31, is chairman of the committee
The Glee club will also sing at'3'ichrmnotecmite
the Mothers' and Daughter's lunch- in charge of arrangements for the
eon being sponsored by the Wo- affair. Refreshments will be serv-
men's League on Saturday of this ed after the ritual in honor of the
week. A concert had been planned new members.
for Sunday in Hill Auditorium but Last night after the business'
has been cancelled because of the meeting members of Athena were
May Festival Concerts which will entertained by the pledges of the
bnex week, society. Each one presented an in-
On May24 the Glee club has _dividual skit. Dorothy Peck, '32,
been asked to broadcast over a na- had charge of the program.
tional hookup from Detroit, fur- Ma19hsbestashede
therdetails f whch wll bMay 19 has been set as the date
Cher deta}Is of which will be an- for a debate between Athena and
nounced at a later date. Adelphi, men's debating society.j
The subject for the debate has notj
been definitely decided upon but
NOTICE will be upon some subject of cur-
rent interest on the campus. The
Mortarboard will hold its mi- debate will be of a humorous na-
tiation breakfast on May 17 in ture. Dorothy Bloomgarden, '31, is
the League building instead of the member of Athena who will
on May 10 as was stated in a plan the debate with Adelphi and
previous announcement. take charge of preparations for
the women's society.

Questionnaire Reveals Ability to knowledge in a special field, first.
Handle and Deal With People The Bureau also found that defi-
as Most Important. nite personality types tend to en-
gage in different occupations. Gen-
Ability to handle and deal fairly eral types of occupations, it was
with people is the most valuable discovered, could not be divided on
characteristic for the woman in the basis of the dominant person-
business and professional life to ality traits of the majority of per-
possess, in the opinion of 13,752 sons engaged in them, and that by
members of the National Federa- using this as a clue, a thorough
tion of Business and Professional study of the characteristics of a
Women's Clubs, according to a sur- given individual may show with
vey by the University of Michigan considerable accuracy the type of
Bureau of Business Research. work to which she is best suited.
Each of the women were given a .
questionnaire containing 30 person- ses Tourney Second
ality traits, and was asked to rank Rounds to End Today
these in the order of importance _
for success in hereparticular occu-
pation. Those characteristics which Second rounds of the tennis tour-
ranked highest were ability to han- nament must be played off by this
dle and deal fairly with people, afternoon, announced Virginia Wat-
responsibleness, courtesy, care of son, '32, W. A. A. tennis manager.
details, pleasing appearance, ability Thirty women qualified for the sec-
to follow directions, and knowledge ond rounds, and the names of these
in a special field. Forcefulness, ar-
tistic ability, and manual dexterity players were paired off last Satur-
were estiflated as the least neces- day on the list posted on the bulle-
sary. tin board in the Women's Athletic
The relative importance of these building.
traits, however, was found to de- The schedule of games for the
pend on the occupation group to first and second rounds was left to
which they were applied. Teachers be arranged by the individual play-
and women in sales, publicity, ers, as no referees are required for
health, and welfare work found these games, the players keeping
ability todeal with people the most thir own scores. Scores should be
important. Clerical workers thought- listed on the chart on which the
more of responsibleness, while li- [names are posted as soon as the
brary and research workers graded match is played off.

WYVERN TO -HONO
MOTHERS AT TE)
Glee Club Sextet to Enterta
Guests During Afternoon
Bridge Party.
Wyvern is giving a bridge t
Saturday afternoon in the Co
course of the League building V
all women interested in attendir
although it will be especially
honor of the Mothers visiting he
for Mother's Day.
During the afternoon the sexti
from the Glee club will sing se
eral numbers. At this party, the
will be no general rotation. Furtlh
information may be obtained
calling Agnes Graham.

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A little attention this time
of year will save you a lot
of hair. Only a few applica-
tions of NU HAIR will be
a wonderful help to your
scalp.
Its is - safe and aids the
growth of hair, checks dand-
ruff and helps bring the scalp
to a h e a 1 t h y condition.
Passed by the Michigan State
Board of Pharmacy.
On sale at Calkins-Fletche.r,
Swifts, Edsell, Witham and
Broadway Pharmacy. Only'
one dollar a jar.

with us for Prompt
and Efficient
Service.
We telegraph flowers
University Flower
Shop, Inc.
229 S. State Phone 6030
We Deliver
Among the~ Betada

We hear that the number of women watching
for our advertisements is large because they
feel that they can thus keep abreast of the
new footwear fashions. Take the Peeke, for
example. It's one of the latest styles. You'll
see a lot of them worn next Summer, by
fashionable women. Right now, you can take
the style lead by coming in and being fitted
with a pair, in White Calfskin.

$850

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All White Calf, perforated for coolness and comfort.

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115 S. MAIN ST. ANN ARBOR

Among the Best and at
Reasonable Prices
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P. 0. Box I, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Orders taken for
RYTEX, NOTE-O-GRAM STATIONERY
Note Sheets and Envelopes Name in Raised Letters
90c a Box
MOTHERS' DAY CARDS

Lunches 40c, Dinners 60c

Sunday Dinner 75c

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Yout wilt get more out
of your Unvversity ca-
notes will te much full-
er if you take them in
shorthand. Hundreds of
Michigan students have
learned typewriting and
shorthand at Hamilton
Business College. Many
have used it to earn
money on the side or
during vacation. You
will also find it very
valuable in your career
after graduation.
Typewriting
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in dainty pastel coloring. Workma
ship and needlework rivals that fou
in the highest type dresses.
Fine Pleatings
Sleeveless Styles
Some With
Smart Jackets
Cape Effects
For Every Sport and
Informal Occasion

Charming Embroidered
Washable Frocks

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Sandal days are here
again . . . and here
are types that repre-
sent the utmost in
style and value.

Summery Fashions

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Beautiful assortment
Greeting Cards.
1oc to $1.00

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Ina Most Varied Collection
of the Best Models
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Your wardrobe must include a light
weight coat for, without it, it can hardly
be called complete. A choice of fashion
and economy many be combined by
purchasing here. No matter which of
the newly successful modes you prefer,
it is practically certain to be here at a
price that stands for unusually good
value.
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Framed Mottoes with choice
sentiments and attractive art
work.
50c to $1.00
The gift you purchase
from us today becomes
the keens aitmor..

choose from
ALL WHITE
ALL BLONDE '
TAN & BROWN
BLACK & WHITE
and others

Visit our corset department dur-
ing these six important days.
You will be delighted with the
dainty new styles in bandeaux,
girdles, step-ins and combina-
tions designed especially to cre-
ate the new youthful silhouette.
Fittings are no problem at all.

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