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EM GOES Booklets which were prepared by
FOR CORNELL the student council, and which ex-
plain the significance and the working
ecame effective of the honor system were 'distributed
ast Monday un- to the students of the entire univer-
committees who sity. The classrooms have been plac-
charge of main- arded with signs which rdad as fol-
Dr in all e lows: "Where each one has honor,
ge has elected all have honor".
to carry out the
r college. Ptronizo Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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WOMEN DELE6ATES
Marguerite Clark, Edna Groff and
Joyce McCurdy Go to
Madison
REPRESENTATAES WILL BE
ENTETAJNED IN CHICAGO
Michigan delegates to the Mid-west-
ern Inter-collegiate conference of
women's self government associations
to be held at the University of Wis-
consin Thursday, Friday, and Saturday'
of this week will leave for Madison at
10:30 o'clock this evening. Marguer-
ite Clark, '21, president of the Wom-
en's league during the past year, and
Edna Groff, '22, and Joyce McCurdy,
'22, next year's president and vice-
president, will represent Michigan at
the convention.
To Be Entertained in Chicago
Arriving in Chicago tomorrow morn-
ing they will be met by Mrs. Kather-
ine Puncheon Pomeroy, '96, president
of the Michigan Collegiate Alumnae
association of that city. The day will
be spent in an inspection of Ida Noyes
hall, the largest women's club building
in this part of the country, and in go-
ing through several other buildings
used for similar purposes. The plans
and equipment of these club buildings
will be considered with reference to
their possible utilization in the new
building for women which is to be
erected here in the near future.
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
will be spent at the convention in
Madison. All Middle Western colleges
and universities having self govern-
ment for women will be represented
at the conference, and the administra-
tive problems of the respective insti-
tutions will be explained and dis-
cussed.
To Stop In Evanston
On the return trip the delegates
Will stop for a brief visit'at North-
western universty. Michigan is send-
ing three represenatives this year for
the first time, because the increasing
number of women students has made
moe ample representation necessary.
Hitherto, two have been considered
adequate, but this year it was decided
that the vice-president-elect should al-
so be sent to represent the girls of
the campus league houses, over whom'
she will have jurisdiction throughout
the coming year.
Educational Club
Elects Jembers
Twenty-two women were elected to
membership in the Womens' Educa-
tional club at a recent meeting of the
staff of the department of education,
in honor of their exceptional work 'in
that department.
The following are the new. mem-
bers: Helen L. Anderson, '22, Mar-
garet Beckett, '22, Bernice Bunker,
'22, Harriet Colcord, '22, Mary Coyne,
'22, Violet Foster, '22, Bernice Frazer,
'22, Edna Groff, '22, Elizabeth Hamer,I
'22, Beata Hasley, '22, Gretta Iutzl, '22,
Jennie' Johnson, '23, Muza Rice, '21,
Thekla Roese, '22, Ethelyn Servis, '23'
Jean Thomas, '22, Mildred Trick, '22,
Geraldine Troy, '22, Hilda Wester, '22,

Helen Wilsey, '22, Winifred Wilson,
'22, and Esther L. Wright,'22.
Initiation of the new members will
be held at 8 o"clock Wednesday at
Martha Cook building.
Wtomen
Initiation of the "new members o
the Women's Educational club will be
held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening
at Martha Cook building. Senior wo-
men will please wear caps and gowns.
Women who need collars for senior
gowns may secure them from Irma
Schveiber, '21, 1204 Hill street.
The Girls' Mandolin and Glee clubs
will rehearse at 4:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium.
i Stage practice for the Girls' Glee
club will be held at 7:15 o'clock Wed-
nesday and Thursday nights in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
All social service workers of the
University hospital are expected to at-
tend a meeting which will be held at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in New-
berry hall. Miss Poole, head of the
social service department, will ad-
dress the girls.
Athena Literary society will hold its
annual spring tryouts at 7:15 o'clock
tonight in the Alpha Nu rooms in Un-
iversity hall. All girls who are in-
terestd in public speaking are urged
to attend.
All student members of the Y. W.
C. A. are requested to be present at
an important meeting which will be
held at 3:30 o'clock Wenesday after-
noon at Newbefry hall. .Gertrude
Boggs, '22, president-elect of the Y.
W. C. A., urges that all girls attend
in order that the question of a future
policy may be'discussed.
Any dormitories, sororities, or
league houses in the baseball tourna-
ment who wish to use Palmer field for
practice may sign up for hours on the
athletic w bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.
Girls who have not returned their
Junior'Girls' play costunes must do
so at once, or if they intend to 'keep
them, they are requested to send a
check covering the entire cost to Har-
riet Gustin, '22, 1520 South University
avenue. . /
Regular class baseballpractice will
be held as follows: Juniors and sen-
iors at 5 o'clock Tuesdays and Thurs-
days; sophomores at 4 o'clock on Mon-
days; freshmen at 5 o'clock on Mon-
days.
The next meeting of the Michigan
Dames will be held at 8 o'clock Tues-
day evening in Lane hall. B. M. Don-
aldson, instructor in the fine arts de'
partment, will talk on "How to Judge
a Picture." Dames will please remem-
ber to bring their flower fund money.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.--Adv.

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FOR SALE - No. 5 Blinckensderfer
portable typewriter. In good con-
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Marston, 1951-R, 555 Packard St.
145-2
FOR SALE-Sixty-five dollar Wurlit-
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FOR SALE-Underwood No. 4 In ex-
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o'clock. 143-21
lFOR SALE - Ford speedster, 1920
motor. Fine condition. Good tires.
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LOST-Will the person who picked up
slide rule in Engineering Bldg., at 11
o'clock Thursday, April 21, please
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