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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WOMEN TO PRESENT
ATHLETIC CONTEST
The Annual Gymnasium demonstra-
;ion given by the freshmen and sopho-
nore women for the Schoolmasters'
convention will take place at 4 o'clock
'hursday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
The 'demonstration willbe in the
form of a contest between the two
lasses, and points will be awarded
or the different events; forrthe march-
ng, 15 points, for the floor exercises,
5 points, and 10 points each for the
wo folk dances, making a possible
otal of 60 points.
The results of this demonstration
will be added to those of the appa-
'atus meet and the class obtaining
he highest number of points will re-
eive the silver loving cup which is
presented each year to the winners.

Although the sophomores have
learned to discipline themselves bet-
ter because of their two years' train-
ing, the freshmen work is not as ad-
vanced as that of the second year
women and their chan~ces of winning
the greatest number of points in the
demonstration are as good as those
of tie sophomores.
Owing to the fact that the sopho-
mores won a total of 30 points in the
apparatus meet and the freshmen won
only 10, the first year women must
make at least 41 points in this contest
in order to win the gymnasium trophy.
Although the demonstration is pri-
marily for the entertainment of the
Schoolmasters' convention, friends and
parents of the girls taking part may
obtain tickets of admission in Miss
Wood's office in Barbour gymnasium.
Use the Daily to reach the students.E
-Adv.

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WHAT'S GOING ONJ
TODAY
12:1L-University Naval Militia lunch-
eon at Michigan Union.
4:00-Tea for Alumnae members of
Senior society at Martha Cook
building.
5:00-'seeting of presidents of senior
classes at Union to elect master of
ceremonies for swing-out.
6:00-Kalamazoo Normal club dinner
at Congregational church. Alumni
and former students invited.
7:00-Special opera rehearsal.
7:00-Prof. LeRoy B. Waterman will
speak on "The Pro.phetic Conception
of the Messiah" before the Michigan
Menorah society, 205 University hall.
7:15-William Farnum in "Les Miser-
ables" at First Methodist church.
7:30-Christian Science society meet-
ing in Sunday school room, Chris-
tian Science church.
7:30-Mandolin club rehearsal at
Lane hall
TOMORROW
7:30-Women's chapter of the Cos-
mopolitan club will entertain the
men's chapter at a party in Lane
hall.
U-Not ices
Men commissioned at Fort Sheridan
who have not signed up for the ban-
quet at the Union, sign there before
April 4.
Owing to the meeting of the Michigan
Acadamey of Science, there will be
no meeting of the Phi Sigma society
until the first Thursday after spring
vacation. }
WOMEN'S BANQUET
IS GREAT SUCCESS
Votes -for the most successful fea-
ture of the Michigan Women's annual
banquet, which was held Wednesday
evening in Barbour gymnasium, were
well divided among the menu, music,
and speeches of the occasion. A large
number of alumnae, 1919's quota of
black-gowned seniors, and a generous
turn-out of underclassmen, comprised
an attendance that strained the ca-
pacity of the gymnasium.
Between courses, which were served
by freghmen in white dresses and
green bows, the Girls' Glee club sang
songs and each class vied in trans-
forming popular melodies into paro-
died versions of class spirit. The col-
or sheme In the gymnasium was car-
ried out in yellow and blue, and the
long tables were decorated with in-
dividual favors for each class.
Olga Shinkman, '17, as toastmaster,
introduced the speakers. Dean John
R. Effinger, who substituted for Pres-
ident Harry B. Hutchins, welcomed
the alumnae, and outlined the oppor-
tunities for women in serving the
ideals and traditions of the Univer-
sity.. Mildred Hinsdale, '95, emphasiz-
ed woman's share in the evolving so-
cial progress, with college as the me-
dium of developing it. Dr. Clara Dav-
is, '04M, gave the audience the bene-
fits of her reconstruction experiences
abroad. Ruth Dailey, '19, in one of
the cleverest toasts of the evening,
brought into focus alumnae support
of women's activities and college spir-
it, and Dean Myra B. Jordan, as the
last speaker of the occasion, reviewed
the Collegiate alumnae convention in
St Louis and outlined the plans for
making an honorary upper-class res-
idence hall of Martha Cook dormi-
tory.
The committee responsible for the
unusual success of this year's ban-
quet was Dean Myra B. Jordan, Ada
Arnold, '19, chairman; Ruth Abbott,
'20; Marguerite Chapin, '20; Marguer-
ite Clark, '21; Alice Comlossy, '21;
Grace Emery, '19; Hope Furguson,
'19; Jean MacClennan, '19; Marcella
Moon, '21, and Isabelle Swan, '22.
JAPAN OPPOSES INFERIORITY
WITH RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
(Continued from Page One)
termination for small nations as now
under discussion at Paris."
Mr. Wang declared that all mon-

archistic ideas in China are dead.
"The republic is an established thing,
and there is no chance of any rever-
sion to the old order. Such disturb-
ances as are occurring in Chinarat the
present time are largely the result of
Japanese agitation."
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though only one man of last ,Fear's
Varsity tennis team at Harvard has
returned, the prospects are good.
There are a great many men who were
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has arranged a special course for the Summer Session of 1919 and
the first semester of the year 1919-1920, in which course the stu-
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and of great importance in aiding them to secure early admis-
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Students desiring to take advantage of this course nust pre-
sent official evidence of their military or naval service.
For particulars address the Dean of the University of Michi-
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The announcement in the Wednesday
issue of The Daily concerning com-
pulsory assemblies in the literary col-
lege is premature, according to Dean
John R. Effinger and was due to a mis-
understanding on the part of the Stu-
dent council committee on compulsory
assemblies. At a meeting Tuesday of
the committee and the dean of the lit-
erary college, the matter was discuss-
ed, but has not yet been acted upon
by the administrative board. Assur-
ance of the new plan can not be giv-
en until the board submits the pro-
posal to the literary faculty which has
final authority in the matter.
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