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of the board, said that no single per-
[lIUM 1son could at present live there on less
\ than $1,500 a year. He said, "We have
'posed made adequate salaries for teachers
one of the strongest policies of our
laties board, and we intend to see that our
oposi- arie8 are high.enough to attract
Iduca- teachers h.ere."

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DOCTORS FROM ORIENT
TELL OFWORE THERE
WERE FIRST WOMEN OF EACH
NATION TO GRADUATE IN
DLEDJCINE HERE
Ccllpgilte alumnae held a meeting
Saturday evening at Martha Cook

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tion of the

fIfchigs Dmes Phan Pot-Luck Supper
Michigan Dames, wives of students,
will enjoy a pot-luck supper at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday in Lane hakl. An
important business meeting will fol-
low. ,

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women 'of the University were invited
to be present,. and Dr. Ida Kahn, '97,
and Dr. Tomo Inuye, '02, were guests
of honor..,
The Japanese students sang the na-
tional air of their country, and the
Chinese national hymn was rendered
by the Chinese students who were
present. Me Tsung Doug, '23, then
played a piano solo.
Doctor Inuye was the first Japan-
ese woman to graduate from the Med-
ical department' of this University.
At present she is' the physician of
six high schools as well as several
grammar schools and kindergarteis in
Tokyo. In her talk she dwelt upon
the advance of women in Japan,
speaking in some detail about the
improved conditions in the schools.
"The women are coming to the' front
more and more in Japan," said Doctor
Inuye. "One of the signs of progress
is the interest which is being taken
in the improvement of physical con-
ditions. The girls In the Tokyo high
schools are examined when they en-
ter and once a year after that. I ex-
amine about 4,000 girls every year.
There is compulsory gymnasium work
for all girls and such sports as ten-
nis, basketball, and roller-skating are
encouraged. Women are also coming
forward in the business world, and are
liolding positions as teachers, clerks
and stenographers,.
Likes School Lunch Idea
"One idea that I am going to carry
back with me from America," she said
later in her speech, "is that of having
cafeteria lunches In \the high schools.
Hitherto the girls have been forced
to bring cold lunches from hone, and
I think that hot food will be very
much better for their health." She
concluded with a description of a
Japanese marriage.
Doctor Kahn, '97, who was the first
Chinese woman to graduate from the
University medical department, then
spoke. She laid stress upon the prog-
'ress that China is making in every
way. "This progress may be slow,"
she said, "but such a vast number of
ignorant people cannot advance all
at once."
Founded Chinese Hospital
She told of her experienced in found-
ing a hospital in Nan Chang. "In thai
part of China," she said, "there is ap-
proximately only one doctor to 8,000,
000 people. Every doctor treate
thousands .of patients of all classes.'
The meeting closed with the sing-
ing of "America," after which tea wa
served. Doctor K~ahn and Doctor Inuy4
were entertained at dinner on Mon
day evening at the home of Dr. V. C
Vaughan and Mrs. Vaughan, 221 Soutl
State street. They attended the De
troit Symphony orchestra concert a
Hill auditorium in the evening. Dr
R. Peterson will hold a clinic for then
this morning at his hospital.
Consultation Hours Set
Any girls who desire to consul
with either of these womel may d
so Tuesday afternoon 'at ewberr'
hall.
Dr. A. S. Warthin and Mrs. Warthi:
'will entertain Doctor Inuye and Doc
tar Kahn at dinner this evening a
their hom'e on Ferdon road.'\

All members of the Girls' Education-
al club are to meet at White's studio
at -12:30 .o'clock today to have .the.ir
picture taken .for th. Michiganen-
sian;
Wyvern will meet at 7 o'clock Tue.s-
day evening at the Pi Beta Phi house.
Alice Beckham, '20, president, re-
quests all members to be present and
to bring their fountain pens wfth
them.
There will be a rehearsal of the
Girls' Glee club at 2:30 o'clock this
this afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Members of Mortarboard' will meet
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at
the home of Dean Myra B. Jordan, 1215
Hill street.
The make-up class of Masques will
meet at 4 o'clock today in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. The coach and cast
committee will meet with the directdr
at 5 o'clock to settle finally upon the
cast of "Dolls," the Christmas play to
be given Dec. 12.
There will be a hockey game be-
tween the junior and senior teams
at 3 o'clock Tuesday at Palmer field.
This is the first of a series of three
games to be played for the champion-
ship cup..

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Lunches

Sophomore girls who have failed to
claim clothes left in lockers at Bar-
bour gymnasium last year will have a
chance to get them on Tuesday and
Wednesday. This is the last oppor-'
tunity for this year.
SIX MINUTE TALKS PLANNED
FOR DEBATING CLUB MEET
Six minute talks will feature the
Debating, club's meeting at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday evening in room 302
Mason h'all.
Amelia Igel, '21, is to talk on "Athe-
na Spirit-Loyalty;" Ellen Lardner,
'20, j will explain "The Function and
Value of Parliamentary Procedure;"
"Our Constitution" will be the sub-
ject spoken of by Margaret Adams,
'22; and. Victoria Adams, '22L, will
present "Some New. Ideas."
The critic is to be Anna Kunert,
'20. Euphemia Carnahan, '22, will be
parliamentarian.

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DR. KAHN TO SPEAK BEFORE
VESPER SERVICE WEDNESDAY
Dr. Ida Kahn, '96M, will speak at
Y. W. C. A. Vesper service at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday at Newberry hall.
She will talk of her work in China.
A social half hour will follow yes-
pers. .
They Swim for Diplomas in Iowa
University of Iowa women are lit-
erally required to-. "swim for their
diplomas." Heretofore swimming has
been taught, but as an elective sub-
ject only. Instructors in the physi-
cal training department for women be-
lieve that every girl should learn how
to take care of herself in the water
and advocate making swiming com-
julsofy. Only a few co-eds at the
university in the past have taken the
swimming course, although about 60
per cent select t.nnis for their ath-
letic requirements.
Faculty Guegts at Newberry Dorm
Helen Newberry residence' enter-
tained Dean Victor C. Vaughan and
Mrs. Vaughan, Dr. Aldred S. Warthin
and Mrs.' Warthin, Dr. Warren f.
Lombard and Mrs. Lombard,,and Mr.
F. R. Jordan and Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan at dinner Sunday to meet their
house guest, Dr.. Tomo Inuye, '02, of
Japan.
PIATT WITHDRAWS NAME
FOR '20 LIT MANAGERSHIP
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Due to the fact of my probable,
graduation in February, I hereby with-
.draw my name as candidate for man-
ager of the senior' lit basketball team.'
MAURICE C. PIATT.

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FOR RENT
RQOMS FOR RENT-Room in modern
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two studious young men. Must ans-
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Twenty-two girls of the University
School of Music have made the School
of Music Glee club. They are:
Helen Rose, Catherine Coburn, Mar-.
cia Coburn, Lucile Buzzo, Katherine
Farrah, Helen Marshall, Lucy, Alber,
Alice Rominger, Ruth Clancy, Flord
Kelley, Caroll Wiggins, Caroline Love-
well, Mrs. Wolcott, Angenette E. Mar-
tin, Doris Howe, Hazel Wiltsee, Mar-
ian Treleaven, Eva I. Shimp, Bernlce
B. Rowe, Anna M. Stephenson, Gen-
evieve Alger, Kathryn R. Strong.
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FOR SALE-Sweet cider delivered in
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Minnesota Klager, 617 South Main St.
FOR SALE-Almost new Hart Schaff-
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President Harry B. Hutchins will
speak at the meeting of the Classical
club at 7:30 o'clock Thursday eve-
ning' in room A, of Alumni Memor-
ial hall. All those new membefs who
were not present at the last initiation
are expected to be present Thursday.
This address by President Hutchins
was to have been given some time
ago, but owing to his being called
out of town, it was necessary to post-
pone it.

Grads Pay Camptas Week-end Visit
Harlan B. Rowe, '04, of Detroit
spent Sunday here as the guest of
friends.
Homer Schaffmaster, '14, came over
from Detroit for a short visit in Ann
Arbor.
Harold Thurlby, '17, of Hudson is
visiting friends here.
Appointment Committee Enrolls 219
Enrollments to the number of 219
were taken last week by the appoint-
ment committee in Tappan hall for
teaching positions,'177 of these being
women and 42 being men. This num-
be how an- nnsidpahlPinrrnc v~

,NAZIMVATHE E5 AT
,I the charity hones, in the chorus, and-in the
dark haunts of the city's slums--- people called
her "THE BRAT"
She never knew any other name. One night an
author found her among the drab derelicts of a
Police eourt. He took her home and she met his
Fiancee THEN! See what happened.
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
PAULINE FREDERICK
In
"The Peace of. roaring River"

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