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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Margaret

Whittemore of

League

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Nations to

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PRfMINENTW AN Exhibitionof.Indian
nnnnrnn Handiwork Described
To 90HS CSIP, By Museum Curator.
S E E LT a baskets are often char
actrisicof the type ofconr
I in whicn they are made," said Miss
- Crystal Thompson, curator in the
Miss Whittemore Is Member of University museums, while discuss-
Women's Consultative ing an exhibition which was placed
Committee. ni the Museum building during the
Cotee summer months.
EVERYONE MAY ATTEND The baskets from Michigan were I
made from elm, oak and birch
barks in many varied shapes. A
Martha Cook Dormitory Will number of them were for carrying
Entertain.Speaker purposes and were of a simple,
at Dinner, practical make. One series, of bask-
______ets, explained Miss Thompson,
"Equal Rights and the League of would be used by the Indians for
Nations," will be the subject of the purpose of making maple sugar.
Natnddss wi be the arbret of The Arizona Indians wove their:
an address which Miss Margaret baskets from grasses and made
Whittemore of Detroit will give at
4:15 o'clock today at Harris hall. many attractive designs. "They
Miss Whittemore is one of the 16 are so closely woven," said Miss
members of the Women's Consulta- Thompson, "that they will hold
tive Committee of the League of water.aiori
Nations at the present timeg. In the Oregon-California group,
Has Been in Europe. Miss Thompson pointed out a rath-'
Miss Whittemore has been in er unique basket woven from grass
Europe for the past two and a half which can be used by the Indian
years and has only been back in ) women either as a hat or as a pail
this country about 10 days, coming In which to pick berries.
straight from, Geneva. She has trav-
elled all over the world in the cause
for women and has spent her time
in organizing groups. She has hadT
many adventures some of which
she will give in her talk. In Austria
she started a movement something
which had never been heard of pre~ -.--_
viously, and now there are 10,060
women organized under a woman Reservations for Pan-Hellenic
94 years old. Dance Available Now for
To Tell of Alice Paul.
The chronological story of the Independent Women.
world-wide organization of women
will be given in some detail in Miss Sororities wishing tickets for the
Whittemore's address. She will dis- Pan-Hellenic Ball are requested to
cuss the older associations and how submit the approximate number
they began and also the newer asso- desired to Vinselle Bartlett at 3718
ciations and the work they are by noon on Wednesday, Nov. 4.
doing now. One of, her main sub- Freshmen women will not be al-
jec.ts will be the leadership and lowed tickets this year. Fifty tickets
direction of Alice Paul who has been will be allotted to independent
prominent in this field. women in the sophomore, junior,
Martha Cook dormitory will en- and senior classes. The tickets will
tertain Miss Whittemore Tuesday be distributed to the first 50 women
at dinner after which she will give making reservations for them.
a short speech. She will leave Ann An important meeting of the Ball
Arbor immediately after. committee will be held Wednesday,
Betty Aberle, '33, is in charge of November 4, at four o'clock in the
the arrangements. The attendance undergraduate office of the league.
will not be limited-and everyone is Attendanee is -compu-lsory- for all
invited to attend., members unless excused by the
chairman, Jean Bentley.
The new half-a-hat, worn at an
angle, has given preference for a FRESHMEN PETITION
while to the long bob. Many author- The freshman women of North-
ities have been advocating the hair western University have lately pre-'
parted on the right side and having sented a petition to the Dean of
the hair waved with special atten- Women asking that the 10:30 lights
+in +ntha eilft sni1 out rule be abolished.

DOiB iTO3IY SCORES
First Place in Tournament Won
by Dorothy Riper With
Best Individual Score.

KAPPA DELTA WIS
9 pp 11,T l e 1 a~l
Straight Elimination to Continue
This Week and Next; Five
Games Wednesday.

S >SOCIETY

Dorothy Van Riper, '34, came first Kappa Delta defeated Delta Gam-
in the finals of the archery tourna- ma 1 to 0 in the first game of the
ment. Betsy Barbour dormitory won straight elimination of the intra-
m .tfor BehiheBar roupscorye.nmural hockey tournament yester-
first for the highest group score. day at Palmer Field.
Marl Young, '35, was second and Dorothy Felske, '32, made the one
Jean Berridge, '33, thirid. There were goal point for Kappa Delta. It was
37 women entered in the final tour- a fairly good fight as can be seen
nament and 15 organizations. by the score. Kappa Delta showed
- good offense playing besides some
This year there was first a handi- keen work on the defense. Delta
cap tournament and then the final. Gamma was mostly on the defense,
For the final, women had to shoot which was fairly good. However,
off 24 arrows at a distance of 30 their offense was bad.
yards and also 24 arrows at a dis- The eliminations will continue
tance of 40 yards. Tle highest this week and next. Wednesday
scores of the handicaptournament Kappa Gamma will meet Zeta Tau
were chosen for the final round.. Alpha at 4 o'clock. At 5 o'clock Pi
In the Spring there will be an- Beta Phi will play Kappa Delta,
other tournament which will follow Gamma Phi Beta will play Alpha Xi
the rules of the Columbia round. Delta, and Alpha Epsilon Phi will
Lydia Seymour, '34Ed, the archery play against Mosher hall.
manager for the Women's Athletic Finals will probably be played on
Association, and Miss Dorothy Beise,- or after Nov. 11, if the weather
instructor in the physical education permits continual play. Now that
department, were in charge of the the tournament has entered the
plans. straight elimination the first lose
will puta team out of the play.

Martha Cook.
Sunday afternoon the residents
of Martha Cook werehentertained
by the second musicale of the pres-
ent school year.
Helen Bentley, '33, played a piano
solo. A string trio of which Gene-
vieve Griffey, '32, Marion Works,
'33, and Edna MacKenzie, '32, are.
members also entertained with a
number of selections. Miss Bent-
ley accompanied them on the piano.
This evening Mis s Margaret
Smith, social director of Martha
Cook, will entertain Miss Sarah
M. Sturtevant of Teachers College,
Columbia University.
Helen Newberry.
Last Thursday evening the resi-
dents of Helen, Newberry held the
first faculty dinner of the year at
the dormitory. The guests were
Prof. W. C. Rufus of the Astronomy
department and Mrs. Rufus, Prof.
Warren E. Blake of the Oriental
Languages department, Mr. John
P. Cloppet of the Romance Langu-
ages department, Prof. Mabel Ru-
gen of the Physical Education de-
partment, Prof. Laurie E. Campbell.
of the Physical Education depart-
ment, and Miss Stoodley.
After dinner Catherine Puiring-
ton, '35, Alice Harris, '35, and Mar-
ion Barrow, '34, forming a musical
trio, entertained the guests as well
as the residents.
Alumnae House. ,
The residents of Alumnae House
had a novel Hallowe'en party Fri-
day evening. The decorations were
all carried out in the Hallowe'en'
motif as also were the refresh-
ments. Eighteen couples attended
the affair. Music for the dancing

was furnished by Melvin Oke of De-
troit. RetagMorden, '35, told for-
tunes. Margaret Hamblin, '35, the
social chairman of the house was
in charge of all arrangements for
the affair.
Miss Wilma Mickel of Western
State College was a week-end guest
at Alumnae House. There were also
a number of guests on Sunday.
Mosher Jordan.,
Saturday evening the residents
of Mosher Jordan halls had a cos-
tume party to celebrate Hallowe'en.
A special dinner was served which
carried out the Hallowe'en motif
in evexy detail. Orange tapers on
each table, and orange lanterns
over the side lights on the walls
softened the lighting so that a
spooky effect was obtained. On the
walls were skeletons, goblins, cats,
and witches.
After dinne' frivolity ran high
when an impromptu program took
place in Mosher hall. Lois Benson,
'32, acted as the master of cere-
monies. The stunts performed in-
cluded songs, dances, and a "mur-
der" trial.
Jordan Hall.
Miss Isabel W. Dudley, assistant
director of Jordan hall, had Dr.
Helene E. Schutz of the Health
Service as her dinner guest on
Thursday evening.

LI BEIN CLASSES
TO OPENTHURSDAY
Stretching Exercises to Be Held
Thursday Afternoon in
Barbour Gymnasium.
Limbering exercises for junior
women will not begin this afternoon
but Thursday afternoon. All eligible
women who are planning to tryout
for the Junior Girls' Play should be
at Barbour gymnasium at 3:30 p.
m., Thursday.
There will be two classes given,
one on Wednesday, 4-5:30 o'clock
and also Thursday, 3:30-4:30 and
4:30-5:30 o'clock. Margaret Smith
and Margaret Schermack who are
dance chairmen of the play will
instruct the classes. Avis Pitts and
Josephine Stern will furnish the
music.
The classes will last until the
time of tryouts and all women who
are planing to enroll should check
their eligibility immediately,
NOTICE
ClasSes in rifle will begin at
4 &elck today. All women who
are interested should be at the
Palmer Field house at this time,
Beginners especially are asked to
enroll. Captain A. B. Custis, pro-
fessor of military science and
tactics will instruct the class.

lHONORARY GROUP
HOLDS INITIATION
Five Women Initiated at Meeting
Held in League Building.
Initiation was held by Phi Lamb-
da Theta last night at 5:45 o'clock
in the Chapel of the League build-
ing. The ceremony was followed by
the Founders Day banquet. A his-
tory of the organization was pre-
sented by Myrtle Bevan, who dis-
cussed "The future of Phi Lambda:
Theta," Caroline Wheeler who spoke
on "The Present," and Alice Nieder-
stadt who used "The Past" as her
topic. Those taken into membership
are: Ann Hinshaw, Louise Strat-
meyer, Elizabeth Covert, Katherine
Hacker, Murriel Wilkinson.

Social Committaee
to Meet in League
All members of the social com-
mittee of the League are asked
to attend an important meeting
at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon in
the League. Plans for the Ruth-
ven tea and for the League party
this Friday afternoon will be dis-
cussed, and it is important that
all members attend.
But few employers know enough
about mental problems to help their
young women employees to "find
themselves," confirms a writer in
the Woman's Home Companion.

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Felt Hats and Soft Turbans-Felt Hats Remodeled
M:KINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street

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effects. They are quite motified and
wearable, however, not like the volumin-
ous ones of grandmother's day. Em-
pire waistlines, suplice effects and sus-
pender straps are some of the fashion
features of these newest gowns. Trans-

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accessories. We can't say enough about
their importance. We have undies .
complete your party wardrobe.

bags . . . costume. jewelry and hankies to

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Natural Effects in Make-up
by Kathleen Mary Quinlan

For formal afternoon wear, white velvet,
black velvet and metal hats are very

5rmatt appearing.

Eggshell felt fashions

a smart brimmed afternoon hat, with the
brim covered by a fine lace veil.

F OR the morning, powder
Itones of exquisite delicacy-
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These preparations and Miss
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