iris who are proficient in social
aesthetic dancing, or understand
nch, English, or Spanish, sufficient-
vel to teach any one of them are
ed to notify Miss Hulda Bancroft
Newberry hall, or Frances Wesley,
. I IIuuiuII
he Junior advisors invite all freshmen
er and all girls entering the University
fog' the first time to a supper which
will be given at 6 o'clock, Oct. 6, in
rt Barbour gymnasium, immediately fol-
or lowing the party given that afternoon
ir by Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Freshmen women should make ap-
O pointments for physical examinations
at the office of the physical director
:e in Barbour gymnasium immediately
after classification. Uniforms consist-
rs ing of white middles, black bloomers,
ne and regulation gymnasium shoes may
at also be procured at the gymnasium.
very woman who registers in the
versity this year automatically
omes a member of the Woman's
gue. The membership fee of one
ar is now included in the registra-
fee for the first time.
Women entering the University this
year are required to attend a meeting
called by Dean Myra B. Jordan for
4 o'clock Wednesday, Oct. I, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Gymnasium
work for the year will, be outlined at
this time. Dean Jordan, 'Miss Marion
Wood and a representative from the
Health Service will address the meet-
Seven hundred new women have en-
rolled in the University, according to
information received from Dean Myra
B. Jordan, Monday afternoon. This
shows an increase of 200 over the
enrollment of last year which totalled
500. Of this number, 450 are fresh-
men. All women who have applied fof
rooms have been located in Univer-
Light refreshments were served to'
about 225 University women yesterday
afternoon in Newberry hall by the Y.
W C. A. and the Women's league. A
musical program was given by Marion
B lath, '22, and Neva Nelson, '21, which
gave added impetus to friendliness and
University women are welcome to go
to the Michigan Vnion when escorted
by a Union ,member. They should
not, however, go there unescorted.
Later it is hoped open .house days
may be arranged.
Beginning this year, the Union plans
to establish a system of distributing
to the students distinctive membership
buttons which will by their shape,
color, and numerals show to what
class the wearer belongs. When each
freshman registers at the Union he
wifl be given a button, which he is
required to wear throughout his four
years in the University, and the but-
tons will vary each year so that any
one's class may be told after a glance
at the button.
Increases Class Spirit
Union officials believe that this ps-
tem Twill tend to increase class spirit,
and that in time the Union member-
ship button will be as characteristic
as other class emblems. Freshmen
will receive their first button free, but
if for any reason a second is desired, a
fee of 25 cents will be charged.
A supply of 3,000 buttons is on hand
at the Union so that upperclassmen
many obtain one, distintive of their
class. As. life memberhip is consid-
ered more of an honor than the year-
ly membership, Union officials say
that the life membership button will
be even more characteristic than the
Life MemberskIp Separate
From now on it will be possible
for only seniors to have their yearly
fee counted toward the life member-
ship payment and to do this an addi-
tional $5.00 of the first $10.00 payment
must be made by December 1. Un-
derclassmen may sign for life mem-
berships, but the yearly dues which
aree paid in the tuition will not be
refunded. however, those underclass-
men who subscribed for life member-
ship last year will receive some kind
of a refund, the amount to be an-
COSMO CLUB LOOKS
FOR RECORD YEAR
Michigans chapter of Corda 'Fra-
tres~ Association, of Csmopolitan
club s, is looking forward to one of
the biggest years in its history with
the remarkable increase i foreign
student enrollment and new! coun-
tries represented on the campls.
The club ainis at the forming of
friendships amqng foreign and Amer-
ican stud'ents afld 'makes a study of
foreign countries and gnternatonal
relations, the last of which is done
in, a class organized solely' for the
purpose of considering world prob-
lams. Other actiities of the year
include a play and varius social
events in .addition to the regular
meetings. The usual pring trip to
neighboring cities durling the spring
vacation will be made this year and
various members will be sent out,
to give extension lectures.
Membership in the Michigan chap-
ter includes membership in the na-
tional ,Cosmopolitan organization as
well as .:a subscription to the Coso-
politan Student, the official putblic-
tion. Foreign andAmerican students
who are interested in the club are in-
cited to attend the frt meeting Ito,
be hel4 Oct. and may secure in-
formation from A. M. Elkind, '20,
Drawing Instruments and Engineers'
Supplies at Wahr's, 316 S. State St.-
A Story of Romianc. and' Intr
OF THE, GREAT NORTHWEI
Burtons Holmes Travelogue
ae residence ^was slightly
by fire last Saturday after-
t was discovered about 1
and the fire department
-called. The blaze resulted
faulty chimney and was con-
the roof of the building. It
out shortly after the fiemen
Academy every Mon-
lay evening, 8 to 10
day. Per couple, 55c;
30c. Private lessons
jrom the story by Caroline Wells-One of the b
tooti Estoris *CaOf the seasoC.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES .
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(March 30, 3r9)
(Central Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:1o a.
m., and hourly to 8:xo p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express -an-7:48
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presses niake local stops west t .._A >bor.)
Local Cars East Bound-:oo a. .. 5 ; a.
m. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m;., £0:5o
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 1:45 P. M., 12:'
a. m., r:io a. ., and to Saline, change at
Local Cars West Bound-6 :48 a. m. and
ri:20 p. M.
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