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November 24, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUB WORKING
--E NOW ON FIRST APPEARANCE PROGRAM
' Intensive practice for the fall con- The work of the club this year is
O ) cert, next Tuesday, was started yes- especially hopeful, according to Frank
MANN terday by the Varsity Glee and Mando- Thomas, director of the singing, and
rlin club. With the coming of the C E. Futch, '23M, president of the
week end daily practices will be held organization. Dtring the first few
and an effgrt made to round out the weeks of school many of the old time
club to as 'near perfection as pos- members of the club returned anc.
sible, prior to their appearance next these have added much to the possi-
week. bilities for good work in the coming:
JUST ARRIVED Work on the arranging of the pro- season.
gram is practically completed, and It The Varsity quartette and the Ban-
is believed that announcement of the jo qui-ntette, which this year will con-
Irish- Poplin Ties attractions will be made Saturday. tribute much to the program at the
The posters for the concert have been coming concert, are busy working on
printed and are at present being dis- the numbers which they will present.
M ade in Dublin tributed on the campus and in th; The selections which will be sung by
down town districts. the quartette this year will be varied,
including not only Michigan songs,
11but also carrols and palads.

TWO BUSINESS FIRLS*FILE NATIONAL COUNCIL TEACHERS
INCORPORATION ARITICLES HEAR MEMBERS OF FACULTY
Two new Ann Arbor firms have filed Two members of the Rhetoric fae-
articles of incorporation at Lansing. ulty will speak at the eleventh an-
The Ann Arbor Implement company nual meeting of the National Council

which succeeds the Bentz Bros., in-
corporated for $50,000 and announces
that it evil manufacture and sell farm
implements and machinery. Milton-
F. Bonisteel, James J. Forward, and
Dwight A. Baylis are the incorporators
of this firm.

of Teachers of English to be held in
Chicago Nov. 24-26. Prof. Fred New-
ton Scott is to speak on "The First
Two Years of College English" and
George Starr Lasher will speak on
"Making Essentials Function."
Dr. Harry G. Paul of the University

The other firm will be known as of Il imois, a Michigan graduate, is
the Cannon Electric Service Corpora- prsident of the Council. Sterling A.
tion succeedhing George Walker's au- Leonard of the University of Wiscon-
tomobile repairing business. It is sin, another Michigan alumnuswill
incorporated for $25,000. The incor- also speak.
porators are Charles J. Cannon, J._ _
Hofvard Teagan, and Godfrey C. Shar- For the ways of society see "School
er, all of Detroit. I For S-andal."-Adv.

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FOR YOUR
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LUNCH
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LIGHTY
4. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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UNIVERSITY WOMEN TO
HAVE PAISCLUBHOUS
A clubhouse to be used as a resi-
dence for American university women
studying in Paris will be opened in
the summer of 1922 if present plans
materialize. The clubhouse is being
presented by Mrs. Whitelaw Reid,
wife of the ambassador to France, for
a term of years to a committee of
American university women under the
chairmanship of Dean Virginia C.
Gildersleeve, chairman of a commit-
tee on international relations. This
committee All work in co-operation
with the American Association of Uni-
versity Women and the International
Federation of University Women.
The clubhouse will also have some
rooms available for French and Brit-
ish women. It will probably be open-
ed first for the conference of the In-
ternational Federation of University
Women as its social headquarters.
During the summer months it is ex-
pected that the building will' be at
the disposal of transient university
women from the United States.
Definite announcements will be
made -later regarding terms of resi-
dence and membership in the club-
house. Meanwhile anyone interested
in staying there as a student during
the academic year of 1922-23 or/as a
transient during the .summer . is re-
quested to send her name and address
to Miss Virginia Newcomb, secretary
of the committee, 419 West 117th St.,
New York City.
ASSISTANTS NEEDED TO WORK
AT HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL
Two assistants are neded in the
social service department of the
Homoeopathic hospital. A steno-
grapher who will work every after-
noon for three hours will be given
her board at the hospital. For the
other position, which includes work
in taking social histories among the
children, a woman who -has had sev-
eral courses in sociology is required.
Mrs. Stair to Address Girls' Reserve
Mrs. Peter Stair wil address the
Girl Reserve- Leader's Training corps
at 7 o'clock Thursday evening, Nov.
24, in Newberry hall. The subject to
be discussed is "Girl Psychology."
Mrs. Stair is the director of the girls'
work division of the Methodist church
in Michigan.

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