100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 07, 1919 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



at
's and
Delta

Of lnterest to University Women

II1

All members of the *wom
of The Michigan Daily end a
of the campus who would li
out for the staff will meet at
this afternoon in room 5 u'
iii' Ann Arbor Press buildin;

;Y{I

(LOST AND FOUND
-By student in University-A
k leather bill fold containing
e a large sum of money. Had
calling cards in it. One with
Bowen on it. Liberal rewardif
rued. to owner at 2434-M.
- Sterling silver fob bearing
et with crossed rifles beneath.
rn to Lonie, 332 Maynard. Re-
d.
- Between Tappan Hall and
roe St, a small black parse con-
ng about nine dollars. Finder
se call 2597.
-Fountain pen with pencil in
hey case near campus. Reward.
Willard. Phone 1643-R.
-A Kappa Sigma badge Thurs-
night on campus. Finder call
Reward.
FOR RENT

Con1I If ty H4 s of housing transients. Four rooms are
[COdVIIesb5 . .lAo ue rented to working girls and two are
S'erves 77 wo A id eserved for strangers.. Several run-
Sj x ees away girls who imposed on the Coin-,

Under the supervision of Mrs. Wil-
liani Oliphant of Philadelphia, the
Community house is planning to hold
eclaesses in practical nursing, home ec-
onomics, and English mainly for the
benefit of the 'Italians and G'reeks.
Rest rooms are now open for out-of-
town visitors and the house is a cent-
er for social gatherings and club
meetings. /
Numerous applicants for rooms have
been turned away, as the function of
the .institution is to furnish tempor-
ary lodging to needy strangers, andi
-not to serve as a rooming house. At
present several court wards are con-
fined there. The directors are co-op-
erating with child welfare workers
in finding suitable homes for children
whose parents cannot support them.
During the summer the work con-
sisted mainly of caring for a Greek
family which was without support ahd
Whitney Theatre
Wednesday Oct 8,

munity house for lodging were sent
back to their parents. House rules
are similar to those of University
houses.
The Chatter viox
Yes, this is the chatter box wherein
we intend to voice the opinions .on
matters sensible and non-sensible of
the women of the campus. The record
we have up on the chatter box today
is only explanatory of our purpose.
Articles printed in the chatter box
will never be signed. They must be
short and to the point, they must be
on a current topic of special interest
to the women of the University, and
the writer's name must accompany
any article sent in if it is to be print-
ed.
We hope you'll look for the chatter
box in the next issue of The Daily.
The second record 'promises to be
more interesting than the first.
FOREIGN STUDENT GIRLS ENTER-
TAIN AND ARE ENTERTAINED

They ake Their
Own IA. A. High
Teaching thrift to the students of
our schools throughout the country
is being developed in the Ann Arbor
high school. One course which should
be effective in combatting the high
cost of living is that in second year
domestic art. In this course the
girls learn to clean and press oId
materials and make them into prac-
tical dresses for school wear.
"When we started this course last
year many of the girls scorned the
idea, but now they seem to have grown
to see, the wisdom of using old mate-
rials," says Miss McMullen, head of
the domestic art department.
Old Woolens Best
The girls have found that the old
woolen materials are often really bet-
ter than goods woven this year, and
much more economical. The course is
doubly practical in view of the great
increases in the price of Toolen
gools this year. 'the girls male all
their own patterns and are turning
out some very good looking dress s
from materials that might otherwi e
have been wasted. .

Girls who are interested in earning
money by doing housework by the
hour, or in waiting table for their
board are requested to ask for inform-
ation at Dean Jordan's office.
Tennis tournament entries will close
today. Girls, who are interested
should sign the list posted in Barbour-
gymnasium.
Hockey practice schedules for jun-
iors and seniors, are posted on the
bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
lum.
+ Athena Literary society will meet at,
7:15 o'clock tonight in Webster room,
Law building.
Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
CHAMBERS MUSIC STUDIO.
Piano, Violin, Voice, Theory and Har-
mony. 1211 Willard Street. " Phone
1643-R.-Adv.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
news.-Adv.

-Furnished

ms at 1034,
heat-new
>re calling

Phone

-A single front roomr;
: open fire-place. 301
hone 1363-J..
Large room, 415 S. Fifth
EOR SALE .
i wheel practically new.

ow C..

-w I

%W,0

932-J orI

Martha Cyok girls gave their an-
nual supper to foreign student girls
last Sunday evening. Seven Japanese,
13 Chinese, and one French girl were
entertained as well as a large number;
of freshman girls whose junior advis-
ors live in the dormitory, and other
girls new on the campus.
After the super, which was informal,
Dean Myra B. Jordan and Miss Grace
Greenwood gave impromptu talks. Of
the Chinese girls, Miss Giang assisted
in entertaining by giving a short talk
and Miss Dong by a piano selection.
The Chinese national hymn was sung
by all of those girls present. Miss
Mibal spoke in behalf of the Japanese
girls. Then a chorus of Japanese
girls sang a tribute song to Martha
Cook, music and words'being composed
by one of their number. Kamevo Sad-
akata, '19, translated it afterwards.

Lyndon and Company
-Established 1905-
Ann Arbor's Exclusive Kodak
and Finishng Shop
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Expert Amateur Finishing by most
Modern Methods

f. I

I

I

I

class
acket,
shoes
Phone

Two Doors West of}

Hill Auditorium

1

! - ,

. . . . ;'
:. ,.
. 1. ".
,x

CHORAL

UNION

CONCER
11l ltt1 ll tl iillfhi .i 1 llil@t11 11 1 11 1 1111 1111111 1 111111111111111
Dr. A. A. Stanley, Director

,,

RICCARDO STRACCIARI

i

QSSIP GABRILOWIT

4

I

A

TICKETS

ON

SALE

i

AT

)CHOOL

OF

MUSIC

i

S

MAYNARD STREET

i

$4.50

$5.00

$5.50

1 .

X STAR CO

CE RTS

:<1

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan