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April 07, 1932 - Image 5

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- Women From Entire State Come
included the Misses Here to Attend Dispute on
3m rkhardt, Katherine
::b^ y Lee Watkins of Public Question.

Delta Gamma. N.ipha hoak;e
Delta Gamma honored Mr. and I arb ar EI
/rs. Albert Pulling at dinner Tiies- Phelp's. and -

Washington, D. C.
1Helen Newberry.
rHclcen Newberry is entertaining;
the, leads and central committee of
the Janior Gins' Play at a dinner
Piur .uay evening. Helen Louise
Corwin is in charge as social chair-
Kappa Delta.
pr~~;flowers decorated the
.~p eltahousc for the spring
.ormU dnce given1 Saturday night.
I iO 2.U iCwas furnished by the
-ie Lnc~instAmbassadors or-
rh i'. The Misses, Katherine
aor ;fOtosePointe and Isabelle
7-kO 1 eri were guests at
e iar. Chaperning the dance
w ~c xirs. nnaDillinghiam, Mrs.
3lasLc UrlyMrs. Maud Thomp
son, nd ~ Mary Tulier.

From the women's standpoint
present conditions under prohibi-
tion are all wrong, according to
Mrs. Fredrick M. Alger, head of the
Women's Organization for National
Prohibition Reform in Detroit who
spoke yesterday in the League
building. The old time saloon was
innocent compared to the modern
speakeasy, according to Mrs. Alger
who brought out facts and figures
in rapid fire to prove -that women
and even children were consuming
liquor today in quantities hitherto
Preceding the meeting of speech-
es and questions at 2 o'clock was a'
central meeting for the anti-pro-
hibition forces from the entire
eastern Michigan area.

Hist.Lry or Sororities

the ' i lin Delta -v a as founded atf
Bolr uiversity on Thanksgiving
icd y b fu members of the class
f i;:'j a ta haw, Elenor Dor- 1
ar- ~Fond FloenseIsabelle Stewart,
jfl ad ishol orga Breed. They as-
>ue ---d .P temseventeen menu-1
~tdbr fth owrcae, their pur-
: ir_,os bigb cysalz into unity
te v-.ren-hpswhch would lead
the a ioi wrthwhaile college life.
L. Te g~owthof the sorority and
cille its poic o expansion has been
hipti smd c, ofscholarship and
the pe'rsoa achievemaient, and it has
of placedeight- Three chapters to
nate, hreo bing located in Can-
the ad
sday TeTiet h official publica-
ests t-)n o F th)e gop was first pub-
sioil lih in 19, and appears four
pers tesayea, n; isued from the
cen tral offices -:t Evanston, Ill. The
at badge is a gold crescent, enclosing,
erne ti xeeu stars with pearls as their
ced centers, three deltas in black enam-
el adorning the base of the cres-
d at cent. The pledge pin, of green
Loon. enamel, is an inverted delta sur-
rounded by three deltas. The col-
Ta uj ors are silver, gold, and blue, and
on's Three hundred different persons
)"rt- were employed last year at the Unii-
o ofI versity of Michigan in research onI
problems of engineering.E

met O'Brien____ ___ any vocation that they fancy, there ,it - ve " o s el -f r P s -
iabsolutely no field for women in Ffyfve"osvltfrPei
the emblems are the pearl, the piepaenogycorigtPofE- dent" clubs in Alabama have a
and he ansymieontoagyeorde intorgo.oErmembership of between 20,000} and
The altruistic work is carried ad paleontology department,di300.
by means~ of endowment funds, to- rector of the museum of paleontol -________________
ogy, and curator of vertebrates.
taling more than two hundred Professor Case said that they do
thousand dollars. The~ money is not wear thick enough shoes and Pr~e-Vacationi
usedin constructive ways, such as they are not strong enough to
aid in chapter home building, vis- "fetch and carry," which is an im-
iting delegate expenses, loans to portant part of the job. In fact, Q
undergraduate Tri-Delts, the print- they would be nothing but a nuis- H at Saie
ing of various publications, and the ance around a camp where the sci-
compilation of the history of the entists live in tents, drink bad wa-
organization. A new endowment ter and often go. without meals, he Today
fund is being sponsored in connec- said.
tion with the semi-centennial anni- "I would not have a woman
versary of Delta Delta Delta, which, around my camp for $900," said
will be used to aid worthy stud- Professor Case. 95
1 ents, regardless of fraternal con--_________
nections, through the forms of Approximately 265,000 bales of
(Continued on Page 6.) cottQL were in the pools of the Mis- These are 'real values And
-_sippi coopertive associatio
Mrs. Clarence Humphreys o f March 1. b iet hperyt
Marshall, Mo., recently filled an or-tae dvngeo th
der from the Philippines for two "tkavnaeo h
country-cured hams. DRESSMV[AKING-
REMODELINGfive selection . . straws
If you write. we have it.inalteew es
Correspond1ence Stationexy, Your wardrobe made smart and i l h e ~s
rdotn.n Pens, Ink, etc. wearable. Prices moderate.
Ty'pewriters all ma~kes.j SHIRLEY'Sy
0retn Cad fo M0 r R 715 orTH UniversityJacobson s
Greeting CaRsfR evI -1.75 th UniversBOX
31-4 S. State St., Ann .Arbor '

sits on the top of one's head. An-1 farms are estimated by the dep
other is the graceful Agnes turban ment of agriculture to be ire(
which is made of velvet. An espe- mortgage debt.
dially chic style with prints, is thec - -- -_ r
small straw turban edged with
flowrs. -- --- ., -i From Nature's Undrgrozi


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