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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VOMEN DEANS TO HOLD
CONTENTION AT, CHICGO,

BEritish Curator
Seeks Hidden Gold

SOf0TO AID

Junior Girls' play practices will be
held today as follows: 9 o'clock,
[0 MH 7124LUrN and choruses for the first 'act;
10;<r. o'clock, cast and choruses for theI
R AC-;iaAalinSrhCselSICK H ILDEkN:' all. ___
Cert ifaes for the clue leader's
A-.) OITA TElE' I 'IE training course; given last semester
1,0 I1riP 'IN may 1;0 obtained b7y women who have
IA!, WORI Ifcm letdte course, by calling at the
o~Iiceof th Y. W C. A., Newberry
I fr'aterities are atk- mall.

INATIONAL ASSOCIATION
DISUSTS WONIN'S
a PO'RLENS

TO!

SOroritiegl An

r~ziorcement tF eague AuWes
Stricter, Authorities Beiheve
Enforcement oif League ''hous;ing benefiting 'themnselves, anud "not i-
rules for all women" in league posed," Dean Hamilton say-s. Leaguie
houses is fast approaching that in'huegupar"tosa,(og;
dormiorie, auhoriies bliev.iDen j ould be better for girls if twice,
j drmiorisautoriiesbeiev. Danas many could live in one house, she
Jean Hamilton credits this year's suc-.: declares. The shifting personnel or
cess especially to "the right kind ofi League houses makes difficult any real
an understanding" among campus wo-i carrying over of house tradition from
men. ,year to year, although it is possible
The "~Understanding" came about that the Honor council will gradually
through a jnumber of meetings of cr~eate such traditions.
house presidents last fall and by the The signing-out slips turned in at
activities carried through by the wvo-, the end of each month are "being used
men themselves, thinks the dean. The lat the office to compile statistics. By
Christmas bazaar which netted three ispring Dean Hamilton hopes °to have
times as much in 1923 as in 1922, and them fully analyzed. They *ill then
the drive for the University of Mich- become the basis for future rules and
igan League building Hind1 bth have revi'sions of rules, which will from
served to _unite Mdichigan ;women. The; time to time be altered according to
Honor' council founded last spring is the most recently gathered statistics.
developing house spirit and pride: The activities of campus women thus
among league houses. -will become the foundations of rules
University women are begininng to made by and for women in the Uni-
see housing rules as mo de by and, verity.

Chicago, Feb. 22.- (By AP)-Women
in politics and ideals they should up-
hold, social standards and recreation"
,jryounig people, andl the promotionj
of closer relations between the high
school, university and community,
fbiti the leadfng branches of study,*
~on the prograai'of the National As-:
sociation of Deans of Women, to meet
in 'onvention here Feb. 25-28.
""Citizenship" is the suibject of the
fiirst general session 'to he bold Feb'.
26, and the ideals women should' up-
hold 'will be told by Helen Fraser.

Onfce whe
you were
little boy
or a little

edl to aid the eduoational. worts estab-
lished- at the ,Uriversity hoaspital for1
the children of school age by lealvin
"on their porches, 'on IarGih 1, ai[ th-,
old fmaga zine's Fwhich they can} collect.
These will be ,gathered by the scouts
under the supervision of the 'King's
Daugphters nof Ann Arbo'r.who fat

S-cend semester tryouts for memn-
}her ship in the University Girls' Glee
club vwill be held a.tc,2 o'clock Tues-'
Kiay, Fel). 26Ji the studio of MissK
M?4aud16E Keyn, School of Music.
Junior women who are taking men's

tempting, to raise $1.000.00 by ascour-I parts in the Junior Girls' play are ask-
ing a carload of old magazines in er- ;0(1 to wear their hair as they will il
Ider. to aid in this educational wvork. tepaa h eea rcieti
IThorp'naro A O bildrp,, o VOolli1g.

pauliament
ren, regent
'seta, will
A generz
the Nation
ation ifort
asfpects o'
.-Lnd the n
let~ter re:
Sch~lol, th(
(,n~ts. Wor
'S C0 univeri
se~liools 4in
addresses.
Girls,

tary can~didate at the 1922 :'a"hehsptlmayofwofwllh
ection. <Mrs. Frank M. War- 'hern f r sev'eral years. The~ only o;-
it of the University of Minne-' portunity the majority of these little
speak on women in politics.f invalid's will have for an education
'al meeting will be held wvith ""'**. will be during their stay in Ann Ar-
nal Parent- Teacher Associ- x bor. 'The money obtained from thfe
the urpse f dalin wih ~ ~ ::~2 sale of the magazines will be useds
f education for_ parenthood M"" to carry out mar~t of the two-year pro-
)erfecting of means towvardl gramn for the education of these child-
Aationship between the .~. . ..ren.
ze community and the par- ,."~*~~ Any old ,magazines in .the buildings
men deans of more tihan on the campus will be collcted by
sities,' colleges 'and high iflea , h,< i(11!O(c$flzn the, scouits if 3414 is .called ,in regards
the United States will make . lie London, flngland, zoo has a wo-1 to them.
Imany curato, Miss L. E. Chieesman. I -
With a number of sc~entists M11ss i d il( u e
OfIn i Chcasman will .sail for the Southern T a y n o n
li tiv Pacific to get first hand data of lifer
Widows A there., Thoy will also seek a. treas-___
t I re -of $35,000,000 said. to have been
r feasts in India were des- f buried on the Cocos Island by the miu- t c nsrry.ryowsrngeboksm to chol,
Mrs. Anne Strong during a 'iosce fph rts siMr aid Breniala ;Shahane, 'r25, who re-'
It to the University of Wash- Read .( . ,mk{'nrf2rnt.S, r "rTnr7..

UPPERPENISULAOLOE
BOS ,ILHEA R STEG ER
Marque:(tte, Mich., Feb. 22.-The van-
guard of the 30 0 delegates to the 10th
annua-l 1Upper Peninsular Older Boys'
con feren cc, rep)resenitatives of high!
* scclasl«se . and societies, Boy Scout
troop-, chur ch and fraternal, organizas-
Lions, si'Is hpeming for the meeting
which was to) open thlis afternoon. This 1
is the sc cond ime thaint Ishpeming has
ere tsn{'ed''_;theconCfene, its or-
ganiztin eing perfected there In
.1914.;
The ccenfer ce will co)ntinue through

LAST TIMES TODAY

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J~J IJIP)P~IIF2HI1~ NOEL-"Th E TALLEY OF
.Retitled
66 LEAA 'uA"x&E
The, story of a jazz spree on tle
wheof a new. found wealth.
featuring
7 MIARY AL DEN
HUNTeLEY
r""' 4 S{GORDON
and a host of real stars.

Wedding~
cribed 'ky'
~recent visit

ington. Mrs. Strong spent four years
directing home economics work in the
University of India.
""Feasts of the men and women at -
the marriage ceremony were served
in separate rooms", said Mrs. Strong.
"'Twelve years is considered a ripe
age for marriage and five years for
betrothal. The girl, from the time'
o0f her betrothal, lives with her future
-husband and grows up under the sup-
Servision of her mother-in-law. There
,are hundreds of widows under 5 years
of *age, but under a recent law they
are now allowed to remarry."
SCurtiss Gives Second Lecture
~'Prof. R. H. Curtiss, assistant direct-
20r of the astronomical observatory;
;.ave the second lecture of a series,, of f
°Tour lectures in Saginaw last 'night.
:''hese lect~ur'es aregiven, for the pur-1
,pose of raising Wioiwey ?to~ fur'nish ' the!
:schools of Saginaw' with a snia:11 teiei]
ocope.

'CUonmy came irm t oo ,a' C>Ly. ni r- da.igt -hn the farewell serv-
dlistrict, India1, to :atcd the ; ~e-ice is held. A comniimentarv banqiuet

NEWSINOI
London, Feb. 22.
women labor M. P.',
impressions of Parli
first exp'erience of
there, to the Eveni
Miss Susan Lawr
listened to -the deba'
she felt it must be
memorable sessions
whole fatrio's heree
'most impressive to
"There was a settin,
anid 1,watstriulV4
Ho9use. seemed perms
of thei'gre'atness o:
wero happezing."f
:Miss Dorothy Je'
she had been thrills
pation in the firstd
"'In the House of Lc
struck me as bein,
plane,"' she said, "a:
ognize the antiquity
from which the prc+
{'thousght it must be
Fi'rst speec-h in thee
'House of Common
critical. listeners."

I nrnr sty In Delhi a woman would nev- to the delegates, servwed in the parlors
Vf ~ ~ o hn fcryn e ok oof the First Methodist Episcopal
schol a youdo ere;a colieal-church, was scheduled for tonight. One
r D[ wz ys goes with her for that purpose."l
tI $JMissJ Shahane adde I that not ver of the speakers will be "Herb" Steger,
long ago a woman could not, go outcaan-lcofhe irst ly
in an open carriage on the str~eets of Mihgnfob" em i ujc
(-By AP)---Two Delhi, but that such traditions are be- will be:."The Fight for the Four
s have given their Jing fast broken down with the advance C'"
iament, after theirI in education and political freedom of
women.The University Symphony orchestra,!
of a business day Eawomen.h*diecin fSaul .
pig Nw.The cast systemnt in Tnact ais, fast udrte ieto fSme
ngNw.dissipadtinglso, det'o the f ct that i -,L ckwood,. will give the twilight fac-
ito nesith ete ': ower ctasse ?hae'.e Ia nt ed l~ulty concert at 4:15 -o'clock tomorrow;
xt nteAddress, ,t 'd ter h'ran,'~~a fternoon :in "Hill auditorium. This
sever held. "The l C'nited°'tts they iretusd 'to w\orl If,,' con cert is. free to the public.
of the House wa t1)ey are not given dust tretmet a
me," she declared esnh~reonto'
iof great Mint; ~ iss" Shahan 'itttnehd ycf~e'n
rithhe sn olh7i,' herd'practic-Jly~hl 'tl' aul>-P
yiti he seios t= Iesarc conducted in 'English, an(d s11e, ' -'
seaedeihc es e ;speaks the-'la'nguage perfectly and
teatd wih a en~~with only a slighti ftWent. Sb j'ita-
3f the things th4 ngtw mdialcorssrn'.d'iV1
vsnalritedtt to her literary work and intnds to - The """'
ed by heer partici- prepare herself to go back to India
day of the session. as a doctor since there is a great nceed
.nr-_ henorm womalen doctors there.

**

whatever
you were
did you
ever want
to see thle
biggest
and the
funniest
show on
earith?

AYLSO."-N E E-Y- -O'IIE TY

Staling Tomorrows It
ADOLPH ZUKOD PRESENTS AN
ALLAN DWAN
REXBEAC H'S

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RAYMOND HATTON..+1j
y EDITH ROBERTS :,.1....:.
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AT HE TedEA TERtS
( Screen-Today
Arcade-"Pleasure Mad."
Majestic--."Day of Faith."

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torus Lne ceremonyJL
2g on a gorgeous
and one could rec-
y of the traditions
ceedings arose. I
a trial to make a
environment of the
s and with such

gray xhI+

tl
a

0. S. V. to Hav e St'le showy
More than 4350 votes have al~ready
been cast at Ohio State University fori
the 25 candidates from whom 12 girl
are to be chosen to act as nmodels a~t
the annual style show. The event,
which will be given the latter part -
of this mtonth, is under the directionI
of the Women's Student council, and
w~ill be open to both men and women.

W ithl the Radiant and Malgnei
andi a x'o nd erfual cast, chorus,
~*6u~tonand drehestra.
t41r are AM~ good seats to be
cht .iiiid;

1.

MajesticJ

TODAY

, 1f
it
j / A.
,,' , Ctl (frlt

Vuerth--"The Man from Glen-
garry."
Orpheum- 'Yankee 1Doodle, Jr."

C',

Arthur Somers Roce's
"THE "DAY
OFFAITH" I

Ernie Raiser's

Stage-Thi's Week

Wogman 'Talies Large Construction Job 1
Oakland, Calif., Feb. 22.-Mrs. E. E.
O'Brien does work almost, if not quite,
~unique for a woman. She is a con- I
'tractor who bids on large' jobs,, and
recently she has completed severalj
such projects~
Airs. O'Brien has just built the Tun-'
nel road on the boulevard known as
the Skyline. Now she is engaged in
Ifgrading and excavating the site of the 11
United States veterans' hospital near
Livermore, Calif.*
DAILY CLAS$SIPIEDS BRING
BIG IREULTS-
ON LITrTLE' INVESTMENT J

7

ORCHESTRA

W ASHINGTN- THEATER'

SUNDAY -
RAMON BARBARA
NOVARRO.Y .7LA MARR
IN
"THY NAME SWMAN"
______ANDl
LOO k:

if you still
want to,
see it go

BLUE AND GOLD

Whitney ---Tonight- Dale Wxin-
ter playing the title role in
"Irene."
Carrick-Detroit-Charles Wald-
ron and Dorothy Shoemaker
in "The Fool."

SATIRh)XA )N ,VI' AY
EN THlE BI('A -111VOl-E(CONDYl

to the

NINE PEPLE.
(Mostly ir)

THE KING OF SONG

UNION

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"THE RAGGED EBG El"

HONEST!

"Holywod

sandal'

Here In person on the stage The Original and only
WOW! Wow! Wow! Wow!

FAIR

ILof of Laughsj Funi and Conted. W pc v o Saturday at 10 P. -W.

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