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Choosing Husbands
Varies With Types,,
'Says School Head
"Choosing a husband will mean.
different things to different women.
Some must choose from a great
variety of suitors; others will have
difficulty in finding candidates. Co-
educational universities are," stated
Miss Cosgrave, head of the Finch;
School, in the Delineator recently,
dangerous environment for the fri-
volous and over-social women, but
they are excellent places for the
shy ones."

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LSWORTH WNNER1
IN ARCHERY 'MATCH1
Jean BerridgeP aces Second;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma
Kappa Win.
Dorothy Elsworth, '32, was the
holder of the.highest total score of
274 with 50 hits in the archery
tourna'ment which took place on'
Palmer field yesterday afternoon
from three o'clock until six. Jean
Berridge, '33, was next with the
score of 201 with 43 hits.
For the house teams, Dorothy
Elsworth and Dorothy Lincoli, '32,
won for Zeta Tau Alpha scoring
373 with 72 hits and Helen Moore,
'31, and Hazel Saul, '33, came in
second fors Sigma Kappa with the
total score of 332 with 77 hits.
Columbia Plan Used.

SORORITIES HOLD
DANCES,_OUTINGS
Rushing Parties, Steak Fries,
Senior Dinners Mark
Busy Week.
On Saturday night, May 30, Chi
Omega is giving its summer formal.
Decorations for the dance will con-
sist of spring flowers. Among the
chaperones will be Mrs. Blanche
Harley, Professor Tracey, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Ross and Doctor and Mrs.
H. W. Emerson.
On Sunday afternoon, the soror-
ity will be the guests of Mrs. Lizzie-
Walser Oliphant at her home in
Barton Hills. The occasion will be
the annual steak fry which Mrs.
Oliphant has tendered to the soror-
ity each year.
Delta Delta Delta entertained
three guests at a rushing party last
Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs.
Crouse were the sorority patrons
for the Freshman Pageant on Tues-
day evening. Next Monday evening
E the Seniors will be honored at a
party given by the juniors in the
house.

NOTICE TO WOMEN
There will be a meeting of all
women interested in working
fnext fall on the business staff of
the Michigan Daily, at 4 o'clock
Monday, in the Daily offices in
the Press building. This meeting
will be for the purpose of in-
forming women of the type of
work they will do and to help get
acquainted with other women on
the staff.
Favorites in both golf and tennis
have changed their habits consid-
erably in the past year. Now we
hear that our Helen, Mrs. Moody if
you please, won't be in the English
tourney this year.

Red Cross Call for Investigators
Given Approval by Office of
Dean of Women.

production (sewing,, knitt
home work), canteen, motor
hostess, health aids. Althou

Opportunities for volunteer serv-- usual for a volunteer to
ice in social work may be secured two to four hours a we

by addressing Mrs. W. E. Reilly, 51
West Warren Ave., Detroit, Michi-
gan. More than sixty social agen-
cies, including settlements and hos-
pitals offer positions for training
and experience, in social service
work.
Volunteers may chose work from
among the following types: clerical,

others give but four to
month.
Approval of this call by tl
ican Red Cross to obtain i
investigators in the diffe:
tricts of the city to assist
workers is given by the
the Dean of Women.

OFFER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIA
SERVICE VOLUNTEERS IN DEl

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a good one.
a very good

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more teams entered
rent this year than,
last year according
ger, of the physical
artment who, with
y, '31, W.A.A. base-
,vas in charge of the
em to Be Chosen.
eam is to be picked
ers of the various
ill be announced at
the cup is awarded
to be held on Tues-
i team will compete
lico players in the
edball tournament
1 be held at 4 o'clock
at Palmer field.
f Reading
ed by Author
ding is re-reading;
uarantee of friend-
d taste," stated Mr.
in a recent article
Book." Mr. Walpole
iteresting choice of
which he considers:
nds.
ie chooses Shakes-
>f his great richness
refuses to be fright-
aventionality of his
the list is Hazlitt's
hi are incomparable
counsel to anyone
etters. His prose is
,n and although he
own life wisely, he
advice.
" is the most perfect
all. It has the ex-
imas, the poetry of
.or of Dickens-and
own greatness.
ar and Peace" is
rwood, and everyone
ament in it believes

"In order to choose a husband
wisely, one must take careful con-
sideration of her own character,
and her own requirements." To an-
alyse herself, she must take count
of disposition, skill, spiritual qual-
ities and material advantages. Us-
uially she will find that her disposi-
tion, and character need much im-
provement. She must not expect
the man to be all that she is not."
"A woman in her search for a
husband must either ircrease her
worth or lower her demand. Usual-
ly she must do the f9rmer."
Organizations Hold
Last Meetings and
Elect New Officers
BETA KAPPA RHO
Beta Kappa Rho will hold its last
meeting on Sunday, May 31, at
Cavanaugh Lake. Business will be
combined with pleasure, for follow-
ing the picnic supper, officers for
next year will be elected. At this
time dues will be collected.
IOTA SIGMA PI
Iota Sigma Pi, national chemical
sorority, recently installed its offi-
cers for the coming year. Dr. Lewis
of the Physiological Chemistry de-
partment spoke at the time and a
new member, Edna Warweg, grad.,
was initiated.
The new officers are Malwina
Lemmle, Pres., Miriam Hosmer,
vice-president, Alice Campbell, as
secretary-treasurer, and Theresa
Woo, corresponding secretary.
THETA SIGMA PHI
Delegates chosen to represent the
Michigan chapter of Theta Sigma
Phi, national honorary journalistic
sorority, at the National ConveA-~
tion in June are Jean Levy, '32,
official delegate and president for
next year, and Margaret Harris, re-
tiring president.
The convention this year will be!
held at the University of Missouri,
at Columbia, Missouri.

The archery tournament was run
on ,the plan of the Columbia Round.
This means, that each participant
shot twenty-four arrows at the dis-
tances of thirty, forty and fifty
yards from: the° target. This is the
second time that a Columbia Round
has been shot at Michigan, the first
time having been in last year's

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Student
Forms

Religious Life
Basis of Survey

tournament.1
Nine sororities were signed up to
enter the tournament. Many more
came down to the field, entering
either for individual points, or for
their houses.
"It is difficult," stated Miss Marie
Hartwig, of the Physical Education
department, "for beginners to shoot
a Columbia lound, as it is very
strenuous. The entrants this after-
noon have been good sports about
trying to finish although many of
them were tired."
Next Year's Plans Made.
There is a tentative plan being
formed now for theArchery tour-
nament which will take place next
fail.
Miss Dorothy Beise, who has
charge of archery, has suggested a
plan where there may be practice
in the regular classes for the final
tournament. They will be trained
in- tournament rules and will have
their gymnasium classes lead up to
the regular intramural tournament
which will finish the season.

"Do college students tend to sepa-
rate themselves from the spiritual
side of life?" Betsy Barbour house
sought to answer this much dis-
cussed question in a recent survey
which they conducted in the dormi-
tory.
The residents were asked if they
believed this to be$ true and 36
answered in the affirm-ative, 29 re-
plied in the negative, while 12 stu-
dents said that they were convinced
that the answer to this question de-
pends upon the individual. Five
were unwilling to answer.
To another question," Do you at-
tend church in Ann Arbor?" the
following statistics were collected:
46 do not attend an Ann Arbor
church and 31 do not attend while
at home; 34 are church-goers, and
17 of these do not go to any church
when at home.
These figures serve as excellent
refutation to the prevalent belief
that the younger generation is de-
teriorating, and the recent accusa-
tion of a prominent preacher that
university students are not inter-
ested in religion.

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Decoration 1B

Any holiday is a red letter day, but Decoration Day, after
cold, rainy days of May, will be your Day of Days if you fo
that irresistable urge in your subconscious, guiding your feet M
wards. A red letter day?-gadding about in one of our caret
chosen ensembles?-the answer is "Yes."
IF IT'S A DAY OF MOTORING
A Thin Silk Suit

be a Red Letter

$9.95

km $1675

Day?

Will be the thing for it will be cool and
comfortable, yet gay enough to warrant a party
at the end of the journey. The light dress with
a dark or bright jacket (which 'buttons, belts,
or fals loose) to slip ot for the festivities and
for driving in the cool of the evening is espe-
cially the thing,

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And to top it off a
panama. Whether you
have a tiny angel'
face or a full moon
face you can find a
becoming hat in the
variety of brims in
which these fine pan-
amras come.A

$500-$7.50

Panamas and White Hats
for the week-end holiday
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State
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OR A DAY OF GOLF
A Cool Cotton Mesh

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$500
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ALPHA ALPHA GAMMA
Officers elected by the members
of Alpha Alpha Gamma, honorary
architectural sorority, for the com-
ing year include: Elizabeth Martin,
'32A, president; Milda Josenhaus,
Spec., as vice-president; Elizabeth
Ebert, '33A, secretary; and Marian
Finsterwald, '32A, treasurer.
honesty, his poetry and his crea-
tion of character. Edward Fitzger-
aid's "Letters" are the most tran-
quilizing in the world, he says.
For his choice. of Keats' "Poems,"
Mr. Walpole believes the reason is
self-explanatory. He likes his "Let-
ters" for their pathos and intimacy.
He also includes Wordsworth in
his list, although he admits that
Wordsworth has written many bad
poems, he feels that there is some-
thing of worth in the worst of
them, and that the best are incom-,
parable.

Tripping up and down hills, swinging a high spoon shot on a
water hole;-sending up a shower of sand from a trap-it is one and
all to you-for your little cotton mesh allows all the arm and leg
movement possible, washes like the proverbial hanky, and does flat-
tering things to the figure, which is a help to self' confidence-and
one's game, accordingly. In 'all pastel shades and tricolor combina-
tions.

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Vacation Time

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OR EVEN A DAY OF BRIDGE
The Dead-White Silk

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- A25.00

To bridge the coming social season, one of these all-
silk dresses will make you take up bridge, just 'to avoid
going any of the events to which it might take 'you.

A
FRENCH
BERET

A tiny French beret, in matching
or contrasting shade, must be set well
back on the head to give it that
modern rakishness.
$1.00

m-as

A SILK HAT
With it, a soft stitched silk hat;
in white or in some soft pastel shade,
wil actually make you forget the ex"
istence of those sometimes so-pain-
ful ears.

mart

iorial

Syour best.-
ie . . . in one of
emery panamas we
wing. Styles carry,
nartness that is so
away from fash-
ts. You'll surely
w panama here,
delighted with it.

-and Turbans
too
, Yes, those tight fitting, prac-
tical little turbans are just as
good as ever. And we wonder
if there has ever been a hat
with so many all around uses.'
Your wardrobe for the summer
will be decidedly incomplete if
you haven't at least one tur-
ban.
$2.95 to $5.00

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Take a smart knitted suit or dress
with you, in soft wool mesh. Choose

from black and white

mixtures,

BUT IT WILL BE A
NIGHT FILLED
WITH MUSIC
A Crisp Sheer Organdy
a-

\bright blues and all pastel shades.
So reasonable at

$5.00

$750 to $975

$9.95

or 19.75

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$2.95

$5.00

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Paper dolls-rustling about in stiff little ruffled organdies, laces,
and point d'esprit-captivating all the male hearts within eye distance
with their charms-that is a picture of Saturday night parties, with
dresses by Mack's. All long, all quaint-variations are found in the
decolletage, the sleeves (cap or length) and little taffeta jackets.
In maize, petal pink, nile green, white.

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$7.50

A Fashion Show, with liv
models will take place Fr

ving A broad-brimmed floppy fancy.
hair hat (still more like a paper
iday doll) can be worn with ribbon to -

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