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of t e M rh o l o m t r i da 7 P Agive a reception from 4 to 6 o'clockR !
tomorrow afternoon. A ARCHERY CONTEST

Nur7ses To Take
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Plans are already in progress for
the Freshmen spread, the annual for-
mal reception given by the sophomore
women in hocno r of the freshmen. ,

The fifth hygiene lecture will be
given at 4 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium. All freshmen
and entering sophomores are required
to attend.,

which will be held Nov. 25, in Barbour
gymnasium, The opening event of Thr ilb eeigo h o
the evening will be a grand march. Teewl eameigo h e
Durig te eenig thre illbe ar-men of the senior literary class at 3:30
ious stunts. 'Tedi Bennetts orchestra Igymnas im. eron i aro-
has been secured to f'urniish music for ;gymnsium
dancing.
The freshmren will be escortol 'to, Michigan Dames will meet at 8g
and fromt the reception byi '_-or o'clock tonight at Newberry
while the sophoinores will act as hios- al Profess or Ray K. Imimel will
tesses, The patronessos will be Dean speak at this time.
Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Marion L. Bier- -
tons, the wives of the dns Dr. lElo- t'ryouts for the Freshmen Girls'
ise W alker, Mi ss A rion 0. Wo C.IGle club will be held from 4 to 5 o' -
Miss Marion Dawley, andl Miss i~lilcd- clack Frid ay afternoon in room 204 of
red Sherman, '21. the School of Music, for girls who
Alice Powrell, '2r, cha;irmian of the !were unable to be present at the first
Freshmen spread 'o mm"ittee, ha s ip- tryouts.
pointed the .follo-wing ; comnzi ttc - t
chairmen: treasu<rer, trace :Hall; ;Rlehearsals for 'The Knight of The
decoration, Alm a (rous e; refresh- Purn~ng Pestle" are scheduled as fol-
mlents,' Helen, 3Brown; p~rinting, Edna- lows: u o'clock, Act I, scenes 1, 2,i
Kado-w,; lbadgles, °charlotte EckeCrt; in- A'ct It, scenes 1, 4, 7; 4 o'clock, Act

r r 6A°d 4 7 j 4 R e s u l ts o f t h e - - -n S r h r y C T' .."
Stest held VMonday afternoon at IPalme :r rehnrdadsvnycni
Att- .end19- ch'i'an field were as follows: First l aCe, ctes for nzurses' certificates oif regis-
_____Lo raine Price, '24; second place, Ca h- tration wii appear before theMi-
Mihrine Willsonf '2>f " third placezJoa ',san Beard of Registration of Nurses'
At clast "Jige.and "Magg"ffwoi shave ~, ~ AtnatWdedy
com'tfcllee Tos wo ath rdl, '2U. Out of' 10 aIros~v - lr' %T .shoty,
carfuly i te dins o tesefuniby each contestant, ?biss Price mlade No.3 , at Lnig to write the see-
caeulyth ong f hzefny a score of 113; Miss Willson, a score cdnurses' examlination to be. given
peI ewl ega oko htt of 1ll ;and Miss Svenusgard, one of 53. in '1!22. rThe candidates .represent
g ain their much needed education they !jH-onor points were awarded to th~e trainig schools and hospitals from
Nave come to Michigan.1 winners, first place winning 30 hocnor evey %county in the state.
They have been seen officially by a ;points and second place 20. The ne t e apianswllbrxaie
reporter in a journalism class. Whzenj archery contest for wonmen will 1)b nteeolwngsbets;ntm
communication on the subject was Ihold in the sprig on Field dtay. I and physiology, bacteriology and hy-
takn up it Mcans, her bss h Students Announce Eng'a c incnt g~ene, commuznic able diseases, diete-
expressed no fear that they would lose Announcement has been made at the tics, ateria niocica, surgical nursing,
somne of their hiumor after attending Delta Delta Delta house of the engage-' obstetrical 'nursing, medical nursingi
collepge. Hie also made the statement ment of Laurella Hollis, '24, to Kings- and nursing of sick children, and ethz-
tliat he approved heartily of their ley Anderson, '23 E. Miss Hollis is a ics and history of nursing. No applic-
choice of journalism as a course inas- I member of Wyvern society and Mr.: ant shall be considered eligible for
muztch as they have so much newspa- Anderson is a member of Lambda Chi registration whose rating is less than
ler work in real life. w -.ipha fraternity. !70 per cent on each subject. Aplic-
These two comic characters have ants who failonaysbetmye
the samne luck that is theirs in the pa-
peip whn heLecae lieaferthir.f'M CuSE IIA~y IE re-examinedI at subsequent exainza-
iight,;, for in class they are never call- Y( aLAI E~Ttonsthin onee ya vtotrpy
ed on. The instructor does not even mn ffe
kno tht heyar prsen eeryda Playgrounnd work will be studied as Richard M. Olirn. M. D., state corn-
on the cover of a student's notebook. a course this year in the departnment msinro hati1reieto h
______________of physical education, if more than1 Michigan Board of Registration of
i~ai igvenrs~~35 women sign uip for it. It is l~zro--' Nur'ses and Trained Attendants.'
able thyat the hour for the court~e wa'
De)an dean Ham-,ilton and M1ais eanz- be at 2 o'clock on Wednesdays withf
_nette Perry dirce of Betsy I arbour i ; one additional hour. According to
lzous, wil be tts .eITadYERTIE
hos, ilbetegue ts of honor at, Miss Marion 0. Wod of the phst TE
a. formal reception to be given by the# education department, it is nzecessa.r; udy Noe ic
board of governors and residents of to have a class of at least 35 in orde-j u dy v 7
thle dormitory, Nov. 21. The board of to illustrate the work properly, so aD' ~- -°
1 iovernors \consists of Mrs. John R. women who ,are interested in a course
Effinger, Mrs. J. 0. Schilotterbeck, Miss; of playground instruction are request-
1: dr rceadM~ nlo oe dt ino teblei or nTL
1 aa d r C r c e , a d M s El o J o e ed t si n o th b u l t n b a d i z c D etroit, B arb ou r gym n asiu m .

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"Give oOnce, but giv.e :nough for
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11, entire; in Hill auditorium. 7 o'-
ci ck, Act I, scenes 1, 2, Act 11, scenes
1, 4, 7, Act 111, scene 1, Act IV, scenes
1, 3, 4, Act V, scene 1, in Newberry
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The chorus of "The
Buring Pestle" will'
clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.

Knight of the
meet at 4 o'-I
the parlors of'

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The CA?"1PUS- Theatre
'7:00-S:3,
Here 's where lowi spades niaA'e ;fll houses

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Sunday, Nov. 12. The Soliciting for
subscriptins will' bec takhen care of;

by the three men's clubls.: the E'X-
chkange, the Kiwanis, and the Rotary.
Letter°s were s:ent out ten 'days early
to thfe old subscribers in order thiat
they mn it _pl'an theirsucrpin
ac coringly znd sed them in to the
as'soe;;ationl. P1elewil not bie urged
to grive mo10re than they can give free-
ly, as; it is the a>i of the association
thr.at funds should be given whole
hleartedly or not at 'all.
Honor points .for basket ball coach-
ing- may be earned this year in the
W omA en's Athletic. association, the)
means for earning them to be sup-
pl~ed by the department of physical
edcti on. It is estimated' that about
tenl women will be needed this winter
to aid in coaching. For this work 50
hon;.or ~points- will be awarded. All
w5omen wvho are interested in the work
are reqjuested to r eport to the phys-
ical educaton office in Barbour gymz-
nasium as soon as possible.?

jAll members of the freshmen hock-
' y team andl squad are requested to
be at Palmer field and ready for prac-
tice immediately after the hygiene
lecture this afternoon.

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All women who. would like swvim-
ming instruction are requested to sign
their names, on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium.
Girls interested in the Y. WN. C. A.
Christmas workshop are asked to re-
port from 2 to,'; o'clock this afternoon
at Newberry hall.
Honoring Dean Jean Hamilton, the
board of governors and the residents'

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