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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Juwiior Girls'

t and second
practice at 3
second sopho-
ock Wednesday
gymnasium.

Contrary to a previous announce-
ment, there will be no Junior Girls'
play rehearsal Saturday . evening,
March 13. There will be a rehearsal
of both, first and second acts coin-
plete at 9 o'clock Saturday morning,
March 13.
Rehearsal of all songs and choruses
'in second act of Junior Girls' play
will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
Miss Agnes Sharp, the national sec-
retary who has charge of the hospital
Y. W. C. A.'s, will be in Ann Arbor this
week. Miss Sharp is a Y. W. C. A.
worker and will come to the city on
inner conference business. buring her
stay here she will be entertained at
the Delta Delta Delta house.
Ferris to Speak to Homoeops in May
Ex-Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris,
of Ferris institute, will give an ad-
dress before the Michigan State
Homoeopathic Medical society, May
4 in this city.

Women teachers are badly needed
in Mexico, according to a letter re-
ceived by Dean Myra B. Jordan from
Nora E. Darwin, '19, who is an in-
structor in the Colegio Palmore, Chi-
huahua. Miss Darwin requests that a
list of names of those who would be
interested in education in Mexico.
As training for this work Miss Dar-
,win suggests a thorough preparation
in one's major subject, knowledge of
the Bible, courses in ethics, sciencesI
such as psychology and- biology, and
training in playground and gymnas-
ium work. Miss Darwin states that
good health is essential.
The salary paid by the Methodist
church board is $750 a year, traveling
,expenses, and a furnished roon. Vol-
unteer teachers get $50 a month, de-
sirable board and room and traveling
expenses.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.-Adv.

Martha Cook dormitory will open its
doors to the entire campus for a
single function. This will be a card
party to be given at 2 o'clock Sat-
urday afternoon, March 13, for the
benefit of the Rose Spdgwick and
Aumnae residence funds. An invita-
tion to all stu1ents has been extend-
ed, and preparations are being made
to entertain a large number. The
price for the entertainment, including
tea, will be 75 cents.
ONLY ONE WOMAN AWARDED
W.A.A. SWEATER THIS SEMESTER
Phyllis G. Wiley, '21, has the dis-
tinction of being the only woman to
have been ' awarded a sweater from
the Women's Athletic association this
semester't Miss Wiley is one of about
six girls who have won sweaters for
honor points, having earned the re-
quired 100 points necessary to earning
a sweater. These points were ear'n-
ed in five semesters.

WOMEN EDUCATORS MARTHA COOK TO -ENTERTAIN
NEEDED IN MEXICO WHOLE CAMPUS FOR FIRST TIME
--For the first time in its history

WOMEN TO USE "Y'
SWIMMING P 0"0 L
The swimming pool at the city Y.
M. C. A. is soon to be opened to wo-
men. A campaign is now being car-
ried on by Miss Pride of the city
Y. W. C. A., and Miss Donahue, dI-
rector of women's physical education
in the city high school. Several Un-
iversity women have already signed
ui and others are expected to do so
soon.
* Membership costs $5 and includes
the use of the pool during the hours
set aside for women, and instruction
to be furnished at this time. Women
who will graduate in June will be

allowed to pay for just the time re-
maining from the time that the pool is
accessible to them until June, but
those who are not graduating will pay
$5 and have the use of the pool for
six months.
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone.-Adv.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Organized 1863
FIRST ANN ARBOR MEMBER
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at 2 o'clock Wednes-
the gymnasium.
Aill meet at 4 o'clock
:on in Barbour gym-
se heads who are un-
nt are asked to send
Unorganized hous-
ed to send a repre-

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