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November 12, 1919 - Image 4

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WOULDN'T

Of Interest to University Women

1 0,;

nguished

JUST heartbreaking

f

IF you

ia'. Chal-
,',

'Ti

Vorking for the education and ad-
cement of her people, Dr. Kahn
established a chain of hospitals
China during the past few years.
has also won recognition through
work as a physician and -surgeon
China.
[ con'sider Dr. Kahn as one of the
st brilliant, women ever graduat-
from the University," is the opin-
,of P.rofessor Thomas C. True-
od. When a small child, Dr. Kahn
adopted by an American mission-
in, China and brought to this
ntrr to receive her education.
'nlike many Chinese, Dr. Kahn
aks with no accent. At present
is attending the national con-
tion of women physicians and sur-
ns in. New York city.
JANS UNDER WAY
FOR J-GIRLS' PLAY
rospective plays were discussed by.
r
4unior girls play committee Mon-
afternoon. The committee in-
des Dean Myra B. Jordan, 'Prof.
n L. Brumm, and -Marcella Moon,
Two of the eight manuscripts
mitted are pending final decision.
he committee hopes that in the
r future a one-hour course in play-
ting may be given in the Unfver-
for the purpose of teaching stu-.
ts the technique of the drama.
OF. WENLEY REPRESENTS
UNIVERSITY AT DEDICATION
'rof. Robert M. Wenley represent-
the University of. Michigan Tues-
at the dedication of Hart 'house, a
Lding similar to the Michigan
on, which has just been completed
the University of Toronto.
[art house has many features not'
ally associated with the union
i, including a theater seating 500,
hree-floor gymnasium, a rifle
ge and a small chapel.

23 GIRLS TO BE GI VEN
ACQUAINTANCEDANCE,
Tea dansauts at the various dormi-I
tories, sororities, and University
houses, with the purpose of acquaint-
ing freshman girls with each other,
have been' planned by the Freshman
committee under the chairmanship of
Frances Ames, '23, and Margaret Mc-
Intyre, '23, vice-president of'the fresh-
man class.
There are 581 girls in the freshman
class. The committee plans to call
on all of the class before Thanksgiv-
ing. In order to do this the number
on the committee has been increased
from 12 to 20 members. A fee ofk 50
cents per semester 'is to be charged
in order to cover expenses of enter-
tainment. '
The committee personnel consists
of: Frances Ames, Barbara Baker,
Mary Burnsides, Ellen Canfield, Helen
Dixon, Frances Eaton, Frances Eyer,
.Mary Foster, Eleanor Fullerton, Cath-
erine Grindley, Mary Harris, Lucy
Huber,. Lucile Kelley, ' Helen King,
Laura Mills, Margaret McIntyre, Hel-
,en Roberts, Helen Sturgis, ; Helene
Storrey, Letty Travis.
Women's- liealtl Conditions Normal
Health conditions of the women
of the University this year are about
normal, according to a . statement
made by Dr. M. Eloise Walker of the
;University Health Service. Last year,
due to the influenza epidemic, the
number of patients' treated was unus-
ually large. This year,.even with the'
increased enrollment, the percentage
compares favorably with other years.
DANCING SCHOOL
New class at the Packard Academy
will begin Wednesday evening, Nov.
12, 7 to 8 o'clock. Lady and Gent in-
struotors, number limited. Register
early. Phone 1850-F-1.--Adv.
"Subscribe to the Michigan Daily.

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College Notes
Freshman and sophomore hockey
practice will be held at 3 o'clock Wed-
nesday fternoon, junior and senior
hockey practice at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day. This is the last day to try out
foi* the teams.
Heads of University houses will
meet at 4:30 o'clock Thursday after-
noon in Dean Myra B. Jordan's office
in Barbour gymnasium.
Junior women are requested to pay
their social tax of 50 cents Thursday
or Friday morning in University hall.
Members of the University Girls'
ar

Glee club wi'li meet at 12:30 o'clock
today in Rentschler's studio tohave
the Michiganeilsian picture taken.
Freshmen and entering sophomores
are required to attend the hygiene
lecture to be held at 4 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon fin Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
A special meeting of the board of
directors of the Women's league will
be held at 4 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium.
Members of University Girls' Glee
club meet promptly at 12:30 o'clock
Wednesday at Rentschler"s studio. All
girls please wear dark afternoon
dresses.

SHOULD see a

BLOUSE.

w+

THAT would look
PERFECTLY adorable

ON you.-

AND you made up

YOUR mind

THAT

YOU'D go

DETROIT.SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
MRS. GEORGE B. RHEAD, Piano Soloist
t

IN and buy it
NEXT day-
AND it-'

FIVE minutes before

YOU got there

THE Campus Vamp

SHOULDg

AND buy-
THAT VERY BLOUSE!

AND then

EVERYBODY you met

90

"

PLayeors

-- 90

.

ASKED you-
WHETHER

Hill Auditorium, Monday , 8 a.M Nov17
TICKETS-$1.00, $1.50.1$2.00; a few course tickets

YOU hadn't 'seen
THAT GIRL'S Perfectly
MARVELOUS new Blouse-

still available at $4.50 ,and $5.00.

On sale at University

I

AND
YOU

School of Music.

JUST burned
AT the thought

ii

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ES

.; _.

bib-

THAT you

at

le to enroll
J and regist-
n reached.-

MIGHT have been
OUT.TING a swathe
IN it!

the

Campus'

e'am copy,
at
warys and
~The Dohas

I

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t

j,

ike to engage
.o and capable
nagazine sub-
i commission.
I materially to
e next -two
and congenial
done ,in spare
ublishers Ser-'
n St., Boston,

2 Days
Only'
Fri.
sat

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2 Days
Only
Fri.
Sit.

AS that-
AND that's
TO get down
TO Hutzel's

THERE'S only one
TO ,;avoid
SUCH a tragedy

way

. I

AT once
AND see
H d
THESE adorable

462

The brotherhood of man is the un erlying motif of a romance, of
thrills, adventure. love, self sacrifice and devotion, all combening to
make the most extraordinary picture spectacle of all time.

Student for part time work
ering Shops. Must have
e in Mechanical Drafting
See Sutp. of Shops in'aft-

NEW Russian things
WITH the sunset
AND gold and emerald

h:

WANTED- Belated Alumnus desires
two tickets for Minnesota game,
Leslie Thidd, 514 Thompson St., or
phone 1505.
WANTED - Well furnished suit of
rooms for two upperclassmen in
modern house. Box S, Michigan
Daily.
WANTED-Student wants work. Will
wait table for board. Stenographer
and typist. Write Box Q, Daily.

EMBROIDERY
FETCHINGLY
DONE in wool
WITH tassels
AND ornaments

AND such

LOVELY sleeves.
DO see them!

on S.
from
;e, for

WANTED-Rooms for Fri. and Sat.,
Nov. 21 and 22. Call 1484.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Mendolshon Piano, Gib-
: son Mandolin. Inquire Fashion
Shop, 2nd Floor Darling Bldg., opp.
Varsity Laundry.

I

S.1

AJESTIC

THEY'RE at
HUTZEL'S
CORNER of

I

. _., ..

FOR SALE-Sweet cider delivered
10 gal. or over. Phone 1514-W.
Klager, 617 South Main St.
FO-A AL- A orona Typewrite

in
C.
ter.

MAIN
MJD

Prices Balcony 25 cents
Lower Floor 35 cents

LIBERTY.

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