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November 26, 1922 - Image 3

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Women
There will- be a meeting of the!
Freshman Girls' Glee club at 7:30
o'clock Monday evening in Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of Wyvern
society at 7 o'clock Tuesday eveningI
at Helen Newberry residence. Every#
woman is urged to be present.
One hundred. more dolls have been,
secured by the Y. W. C. A. for the)
doll exhibition, and women who have
not been able to get one of the dolls
to dress are urged to call for one at;
the office in Newberry hall.
The class in playground work will
meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. It is
reguested that gymnasium suits be
worn.
R3 SWIlFT TO LECTURE
10 WOMENON HYPiENE
WAR 11OKliER IS RECOMIENIED
BECAUSE OF TILAIN1NG AND
EXPERIENCE -
Speaking under the auspices of the
Women's League and secured through'
the Health Service, Dr. Edith Lialei
Swift of New York city will begin a
series of lectures on "Health and Hy,
giene" at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The lec-
tures will be continued at 4:1;0 o'-
clock on Monday and Tuesday after-
noons and are open to all women.
Dr. Swift is a representative of the
American Social Hygiene association
and has had wide training and ex-
perience. She is a graduate of Rad-
cliffe college and of Johns Hopkins
inedical school and was a graduate
student at Harvard and in Germanys
Fbr a number of years she was as-
sociated with the young women ox
Radcliffe and Wellesley in the capac-
ity of physical examiner. During- tho
war she was on the staff of the 'o-
ciai Hygiene Division of the commis-
kion on Training camp activities, and
was later sent on a special n:ission
to Europe in the interests of the In-
ter national Conference of women phy-
kl ans, held under the auspices of
the war work council of the national
Y. W. C. A. While in Europe she
traveled through 11 countries and in-
terviewed prominent professional and
lay women on the problem of social
education..
Since the war i r. Swift has lectur
ed extensively throughout the coun-
trA addressing the women of the Uni
versity only last year.
)ia ing her j13 sent visit si. wi
be cntertained at Martha Cocl, dor-
mitory.

A jdoes not agree with them." Dean n
Dean Expresses Desire For All Hamilton, to stress this point, toldMJ
ea story of an Irishman who had his
Women To Take esponsibzltzes pipe in his mouth while riding ona I
_____ugtBoadf'streetcar. The conductor to(ld him (ampus Qp0nion Sought By Board o
"smoking was forbidden. The seconj Representatives
",Passing the buck" is the phras I sees with the eyes of an outsider.time he was spoken to, the Irishman Delute information concerning the
have heard more during the pasi Laws and customs are like an out- said, "Faith, Of have my feet in my 4cpinion of the campus in regard to
three months than in all my life out-, fit of wearing apparel, and she finds shoes but Oi ain't walkin'." opening the Junior Girls' play to the
side of Ann Arbor," said Dean Jean that the garments are outgrown and in conelusion, Dean Hamilton said, public will be known on Thursday,
Hamilton Saturday morning at tho threadbare in many places. "The glory of Michigan should rest Nov. 30. The matter was presented to
meeting of the Board of Representa- All our lives we have felt an ulti- equally betweefn its women and mwn the board of representatives of the
tives of the Women's League. Con- mate control. Here in the University, graduates. Before this can come Women's league yesterday morning.
ing into the University of Michigan's we fird a chance for personal re- about, we must first learn to handle The representatives were instructed to
affairs so recent~y, Dean Hamilton sponsibility, but there is stil con- the responsibilities that are ours." turn in the names of the membebs of
_ll from home or guardian without - -all women's houses on the campus
v.hich all activities must cease. The S phs have A en A with a statement as to whether they
A'T T H E T H E A T E R S University is responsible for ci eat- voted affirmatively or negatively on
Iiing opportunities, for it is better Freshman Spread the question. The committee in

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Screen-Today
Arcade-Gloria Swanson in "The
Light in the Dark;" comedy,
"Still Going Stiong," featur-
ing Percy and Ferdie.
Majestic-Tom Moore and Edith

Roberts in "Pawned;" a
Ham Hamilton in "The Educ
tor."

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Orpheum-"Who Are My Par-
ents," a William Fox produc-
tion; comedy and news.
Wuerth - "Rich Men's Wives,"
with House Peters and Claire
windsor; Clyde Cook in "Lazy
Bones."
Stage-Today
Whitney-"Up in the Clouds,"
Jos. M. Gaites production.
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Leo Dit-
richstein in "'Under False Pre-
tenses."
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in Sheri-
dan's "School for Scandal.".

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for us andl for the world that our pow- ____ereo iswoicnstsoLarI
Mills, '23 Ges ori consrsts '23 Land
(thS and mi-nds should have a 'chances'C ,
to grow. It invites studexits to come Tradition said, "Let there be men Margaret Shafer, '23.
here and be partners. Decisions have among them," and it was so until Tryouts for the play will be held
to be made by the university and stu- last light, Baor the freshman spread, between Dec. 1 and 15. All juniors
:ents together. This was the trend held in Barbour gymnasium last ev- are urged and expected to try out,
of Dean Hamilton's talk. ening, was opened by a grand imrch. coming prepared to give evidence of
"First think about problems in thj. The grand march was followed by the speaking voice, singing voice, and
partnership, then talk about them and distribution of favors to the freshman stage presence.
say what you think," said the Dean. girls, and the favors were men.
'iCourage is taken from those girls Crepe-paper nen, it is true; and each lOMEN SELL BOOKS
who are ready and willing to think, of them wired to a stick. They made
by those who 'pass the buck.' No one beautiful favors, and traditions are TO RAISE ONEY
person, or even two or three can car- made to be broken, any way.
ry all the responsibility. They must The patronesses included the wives Books of many kinds, including the
be backed by organized opinion. of all the deans, Mrs. Marion L. Bur- most recent best sellers, modern dra-
"Self-government means standing ton, Dean Jean Hamilton, Miss Marin ma, poetry, and carefully selected
up to your responsibilities. As a part- O. Wood, Miss Marion Dawley, and stories for children will be sold at the
ner in the University, the individual Miss Mildred Sherman.. Following book sale which members of the Kap-
will often find restrictions. Various the Mummers production of " Where pa Delta sorority are planning to
kinds of inexperience and lack of But In America," in Sarah CasweE conduct December 6, 7 and 8 for tho
judgment causes the University to Angell hall, the scene of festivity benrfit of the University of Michigan
make rules. Rules, however, are not shifted to the gymnasium, where tae League building fund.
for the weakest students but for the grand march was followed by danc The dates of the sale were arrang-
average. After rules have been mad( ing. Music was provided by Ted Ben- ed for that time so tjat those who
I intelligently, they should not be brok-. net's orchestra, and refreshments of plan to give books as Christmas gifts
en personally because the individual wafers and punch were served. may do their shopping early and at
Industrious men and 'uomen want-
ed to retail the genuine Watkins Pro
ducts in city territories. Exceptional Remember Your F o l1k s at Home
opportunity to tie up with oldest and
largest company of its kind. Our Send Flowers by W ire for
hustlers' average income is $1.10 an
hour. Are you doing as well? If not,
write today for free samples and par- Thanksgiving
titulars.
THE a. R. WATKINS 00-
Dept. 82
WINONA, MINN.

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Any time you choose
Inspect our
Kitchens
S you sit in an eating es-
tablishment do you often
wonder what's behind the
swinging doors thru which
your food is brought? We'll
be glad to have you inspect
our kitchens at any time and

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Pean Hamion. to GiVe Addres
Dean Jean Hamilton will be in De-
troit tomorrow for the purpose of ad-
dre ssing the Catholic Women's Study
club on the subject "Why We Need
Lirnversity Women."
The .Detroit group of Mighigan
alumnae will be addressed by the
dean on Tuesday.
Miss Hamilton will. be in Saginaw
on Wednesday to address the Coulege
club and the League of Women Vot-
ers,
91u1rg4 tur
PROFESSOI
L B. WOLFENSON
of
Hebrew Union College
WILL SPEAK
MUSICAL PROGRAM
STUDENT CHOIR
TODAY, 7 P. M
LANE HALL

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