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All gymnasium classes will meet
the first time on Tuesday, Sept.
or Friday, Sept. 29, at Barbour
mnasium. Everyone is requested,
wear street clothes.
[here will be a meeting of all fresh-
n women at 4 o'clock Wednesday,
pt. 27, in the auditorium of Sarah
swell Angell Hall. Dean Hamilton
11 give her first talk in the Uni-
sity at, this time.
,eague houses that desire assistance
organization and election of officers
requested to telephone Laura
Is, 452. It is necessary to be prompt
the president elected is to attend
president's supper, which will be
d in the middle of October.
All sophomore women who have
istered in the University last year
requestedtto have their heart and
g examination before noon of
dnesday, September 27. This ex-
ination is given in the basement of
rbour gymnasium. There will be
;olutely no extension of time.
here will be an important meeting
all junior advisors at 3 o'clock
dnesday, Septeinber- 27, in Sarah
swell Angell ITall. Elizabeth Car-
, '24, chairman of junior advisors,
,uests a prompt attendance.
kIl gymnasium classes will meet
the first time today or Friday,
ptember 29, at Barbour gymnasium.
here will be a meeting of entering
men at 4 o'clock tomorrow in the
litoriu n of Sarah Caswell Angell

Aiming to acquaint the entering'
women with their class members elab-
orate preparations have been made by
heads of the Women's League'for a
reception in their honor. The date
is set for 7:30 o'clock Wednesday
night in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium.
The entertainment will consist of
stunts from the Junior Girl's play.
while a four piece orchestra will fur-
nish music for dancing. Refreshments
will be served to' the guests, In the
receiving line will stand Dean Jean
Hamilton, Mrs. Marion L. Burton,
Miss Mary Ross, the new secretary of
the Y. W. C. A., Miss Marion Wood,
Miss Marion Dawley of the physical,
education department, and Frances
Ames, '23, president of the Women's
League.
UNIVERSITY GIRL
TO STUDY ABROAD
Frances Swain, '23, sailed for
France last week, where she will take
up work at a Lycee in Versailles. Miss
Swain was one of the 25 awarded
scholarships by the French govern-
ment through their interest and' mer-
torius work in the language and lit-
erature of that country. After a
year's work at that institution, Miss
Swain will return to the University to
resume her work here.
DEAN HAMILTON ADVOCATES
WOMEN'S SELF.GOVERNMENT
,I desire to se a strong, well-knit
organization among the women of
Michigan," stated Dean Jean Hamil-
ton, new dean of women, yesterday.
Dean Hamilton Is a graduate of Vassar

college, where the women's self-gov-
ernment activities are very general
and cover a great deal of ground. All
activities and organizations concern-{
ing women should be brought into
closer coordination and great unity,
Dean Hamilton believes.
DEAN TO WELCOME
ENTERING WOMEN
All new girls in the University will
fulfill an old tradition when they meet
for the first time at 4 o'clock, Wednes-
day, September 27, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. At this meeting, Miss'
Jean Hamilton, dean of women, will
welcome the freshmen and entering
sophomores to the University. This
is the first talk which Dean Hamilton
will give to the women students.
Miss Marion O. Wood of the Physical
Education department will tell the
girls of the requirements of the gym-
nasium department and of the tradi-
tions of the University.
SHUBERTS PRESENT HOLlIES,
WHITE IN "THE HOTEL MOUSE"
Frances White and Taylor Holmes
collaborate very successfully in "The
Hotel Mouse,' 'the musical comedy
success which the Messrs. Shubert
will present at the Garrick beginning
Sunday night.
"The Hotel Mouse" is adapted from
a French farce and takes place in
Monte Carlo, where Wally Gordon
(Taylor Holmes), a shy young man
from Kenosha, Wis., is sent to learn
the ways of the world. There Wally
encounters Mauricette, supposedly a
demure country girl, but in reality a
hotel thief bearing the sobriquet,
"The Hotel Mouse."
The three acts of the play are well
balanced and afford room for such
clever work as one would expect from
such stars as Frances White and Tay-
lor Holmes.

PU FOR ALL TOBGNSN
WILL BE MORE INTENSIVE AND
COMPLETE THAN THOSE
GIVEN NEW CONERS
Physical examinations more intens-
ive than those being given the fresh-
men and incoming students are going
to be required of all members of the
University- this year arid the first ofI
these will be given early next week.
Starting with the, proi'ssional
schools the Health Service will mail
appointments to each student, andl
these must be kept. A Health ServiceI
doctor will devote his services to each
student, one at a time, in what will be
a thorough and intensive contact,
rather than statistical, examination.
The ailments and defects of each in-I
dividual will be brought up and dis-
cussed. .
As soon as the Student Directory

is published an appointment list will
be compiled for the literary school
and the examinations 'Will be con-
cluded. Any student will be privileged
to report for examination somhetine
before his appointment at his con-
venience if he so desires. A record
will be kept of all persons examined,
and, according to Dr. Warren E. For-
iythe, the head of the Health Service,
none- will be skipped.
Ai)AWS, RHETORIC INSTRUCTOR,
STRICKEN IN EUROPEANf TRIP
Mr. John W. Adams, instructor in
rhetoric in the University, will not
be able to :meet his classes until the
twenty-ninth of this month. Mr.
Adams, who started out for Europe
shortly after the close of the semester
in June. took ill while traveling in
Germany and was confined: to his -bed
for over three weeks in =Berlin.
He happened to meet a friend, Prof.
F. B. Daniels, of the Missouri School
of Mines, who stayed with him until
his recovery. Mr. Adams only re-
cently sailed for home and is due in
Ann Arbor late this week.

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