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October 12, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAL

-DAILY

IWIMMINS HONOR
SPORT FOR WOMEN
f.0C. A. POOL OPENED TO
MEN AND CLASSES
ORGANIZED

near the last, was given as being the
very first in the minds of most col-
lege girls. Sororities were, in both
cases, down near the end of the
column, and social entertainment like-
wise.
FEDERAL BOARD STUDENTS IN
UNMVERSITY NUMBER 186

wilng has been raised to the
a University sport for women
Women's Athletic association,,
for points will be given for it
rdance with the regular rules

n addtion,;there has been planned
eries of meets, which will allow the
rants to earn honor points by
Llifying'for various places in these
its during the year.
3V, mming facilities for women have
ain greatly improved this year, due
the fact that the city Y. M. C. A. has
nopened for the use of women
9ai 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock in the after-
non Mondays and Thursdays and
ta, 8 to 9 o'clock in the evening on
sdays and Fridays
lAsses are being organized at these
s under the supervision of Miss
bel Hovey, a professional swimmer
ydiver, whio held the position of
a-guard and instructor at the Ann
r municipal bathing beach this
Amer.- Miss Hovey will give in-
dtion in life-saving and diving in
otion to- teaching' the regular
kes. These courses are open to
women who are interested in the
ara Women Give
rnpressions Of
deal Character
Z the. results of an experiment
le recently by the department of
chology of the University of Iowa,
A, lass of 75 junior women, may
taken as being representatives of
popinions of college women every-
ere in regard to what are the per-
ml interests of an ideal college wo-
aY and what order in rank of im-
rtance those interests shoud take,
~ay be seen that the average col-
egirl not only is able to give a
ar statement of what she conid-
the make-up of a perfect woman,
t she is also perfectly willing to
nitthat she herself does not meet
srequirements set by that stand-
Pach woman was asked to give a
of30 interests which she con-
.ered vital, in the regular order of
ir importance. The second part
.the experiment required each wo-
k n's opinion .as to the order in
ich a typical woman of their un-
sity would place the various in-
'ests already listed.
s_ a result, a tabulated list was
med, in which were "interests" of
kin'ds,' ranging all the way from
irater and health, to dancing,
ivies, and driving a car. In the
rangement which typified the rela-
o importance which an ideal wo-
nwould give to these interests,
a last named,- interests took a place
Fdown in the :rank, while a typical
%acter led the list. In the column
ich represented the order in which
:ypical 'college woman would classi-
her interests, character received
snty-third place, health twenty-
,hth, and pleasing one's parents,
eteenth. In the "ideal" list, in-
,est InI young men took, twenty-
rth place, but the women admitted
qtr in actual practice this was real-
considered third! Dancing, which
W, thought ought to be considered,
rNe MS FASTiIDOUS5

* "
WHEN most fastidious folks
that ever lived in a mod-.
ern manison are pleased
with our bathtubs and health
accessories, that's a mighty
good" sign that Mr. Everyman
and his 'folks wll be pleased byv
the manner in which we do their
plumbing work.
WMK HOCURJEIN,
PLUMBER

There are 186 Federal Board stu-
dents now registered in the various
colleges of the University as compar-
ed to 100 last year this time.
While the evact figures are not yet
available, there is indication that the
number of Federal Board students
enrolled in the University will be
much larger than last year's maxi-
mum total of 169. The comparative
figures for the different colleges are
as follows : 87 Lits, 49 Engineers, 21
Laws, 8 Dents, 8 Architects, 7 Med-
ics, 3 Graduates, 1 Pharmie, 1, Idu-
cational.
Pay your Daily subscription today.

Fresh Wholesome Meals
ATTRACTIVELY SERVED
IN A PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT
AT REASONABLE PRICES
-AT THE
Dining Room
Telephone 1SI: -
339 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
DEILICIOUS COFE CICEN DINNER ON SUNDAY

STUDENT H EADQUARTERS
WT CARRY AT ALL TIMIES A COMPLETE STOCK OF "BRIGHTEN-
UP" FINISHES IN SMALL CANS SUITABLE FOR TOUCH-UP JOBS
AROUND YOUR 'RAOS. FOIL CHAIRS, TABLES, DECORATING,
WOODWORK, WALL, FLOORS, SHELVES, PICTURE-FRAMES
WE HATE A PAINT, TARNISH OR 11AXIL FIXISM FOR IEVIRY
PURPOS .
SWING - FRAMES
Many Prelty Variaties t* Select From and Prices Right.
WALL PLATE AND
PAPER WINDOW
GLASS

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PICTURE FR AXING

WINDOW SIUDES

L. E. WENZEL
PAINTINO AND UNCORATINO

AN N ARBOR
207 East Liberty

YPSILANTI
114 Pearl

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Evening Shows
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ADDED FEATURES
BROWNIE'S
LITTLE VENUS"
OUNTURY OOMEDY
FOX NEWS
AND
Majestic Orchestra
Every Man, Woman and
Child should sea this Show

"Q UO V AD I S" Is the Mightiest.
Motion Picture Spectacle
of the Century.
with 39.000 Players Enacting the Rise and Fall
of Imperial Rome under the Reign of Mighty.

Phone 52

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The burning of Rome to provide a theme for Nero's poem.
The suicide of Petro ns ead Eunice, the former slave girl.
The Christian captives devoured by scores of lions.

211 south Fourtli Avenue

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A PHOTODRAMATIC ,MASTERPIECE,

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