THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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L TA V
PaU oTION Of SPURTS
SSOIHT IN NODS! NING
Vocations for women other than
eaching which can be taken up with-
ut long training will be discussed at
a meeting to be held at 4 o'clock
ednesday in the office oftthe dean of
women to which all University women
who are interested are invited.
Mrs. Amy S. Hobart, assistant dean
f women, who was recently connect-
d with the Bureau of Vocational in-
ormation in New York City, will talk
ver with the women the opportunities
ifered by such vocations as journal-
sm, publicity, social service work,
ersonnel work, interior decorating,
nd business. The parts of the coun-
ry which offer the best advantages in
hese fields, the personal qualifica-
ions needed along special lines, and
he best ways of entering the fields
vill be discussed at the meeting. Tea
ill be served.
The meeting Wednesday is to beI
he first of a number of informal dis-
ussions which will be carried on this
pring. The women of the Univer-
ty, under as well as upperclassmen,
re urged to attend if they have an in-'
erest in any special vocation. Later
he question of a vocation after leav-
«g college will be taken up .with wo-
en who have made no definite choice
W. Cr A. TO CONDUCT
Three vesper services are to be glv-
n by the Y. W. C. A. for the women
the University. They will be held
n three successive Tuesdays starting
arch 25. These simple services of
orship are called the pre-Easter ser-
ces. Each will consist of a conduct-
[ service, music and responses, last-
g about half an hour.
The first of these services will be
ld at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday in the
W. C. A. parlors of Newberry hall.
la Reynolds, '24, will lead the first
rvice, her topic being "God's Love
Nature." Dorothy Jeffery, '24, will
Induct the service of April 1. "God's
>ve in People" will be the subject for
.is service while Miss Mary Ross
ill conduct the last service of April
with "God's Love in Jesus Christ,"
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
If the time evcr comes when we no As a means of getting all women
longer have to play hide and seek with living in league houses interested in
the bricks in front of the new lit athletics and competitive sports, these
building, we shall be truly grateful. organizations have been divided into
When we think we're going particu- 12 divisions, nine of which are head-
larly strong we step in a miud puddle ed by honor council houses. The
and then we ruin our disposition and 1remaining three houses especially
shock our friends. chosen by the zoning committee as
, - their leaders.
We think the Methodist church hell Each division is made up of five or
is a terror. When it begins to toll six houses, and contains approximate-
we have a funny feeling as tho' we l v 5women. These rou s will com-
SHOWS UNUSUAL SCORES,
The rifle tournament which took
place yesterday afternoon between Sy-!
racuse and the University of Michigan
teams resulted in an unusual sore.
Six zirls scored 100: Berenice Greg-
ory, captain of the team, Anna Wheel-
er, Gladys Walsh, Ingrid Alying, Mary
H. Allshouse and Beth Ezerett.
The following ghrls reeived high
sores at the Idaho vs. Mihigan tourna-I
Helen Mutshler ...............99
Esther Lang ....................96
Ann Greilick ....................96
with most dealers
N. L. Smith, of the economics de-
partment, will address the Economics
club on "Fair Return" at the regular
meeting at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow
night in room 104, Economics build-
P e": IMandink
make it a
. g ipgill l um-
hear our own death knell. Sete with each other in a baseball
tournament later in the spring, and in
We paid 75 cents for the loan of our tennis alid various other activities. A Full attendance is requested at the
friend's dress last night. When our series of teas will be given by them weekly meeting of the University
man friend saw us standing in the to enable them to become better ac- Girls' Glee club at 5:30 o'clock Tues-
doorway (the light falls best there) he quainted with each other. day. Extra rehearsals for the faculty
said, "Gee, you look swell in Dor- The groups have been divided as concert appearance will be announced
othy's dress." We suppose we should- follows: The first mentioned house in at that time.
n't be too harsh; perhaps he tho't that each case 'being the leader-Division
was a compliment. 1, Formnhals, Ball, Asman, Dauner, Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
--. Shaw; division 2, Reagh, Swezey, at 4:30 o'clock today in the parlors of
We have a new matinee idol-Ber - Leatherman, Graham, Horen, Morice; j arbour gymnasium.
nice hill. division 3, Westminster, Payne, Schau -
--- man, Austin, Freeman, Mohler; divis-AnnounceEngagement
This new crop of cars makes us en-:. ion 4, Adams, Cozad, Augsburger,
vious. Now, at home we have an old, Henry, Limpert, Jeffrey; division 5.. Announcement has been made o '
Ford, all it lacks is an engine and a Jordan, Huebler, Stowe, Forsythe, the engagement of Miss Cornelia Anne
body - we're sure something could Rock; division 6, Waite, Ash, Fisher, Jones to Wallace Fordham Elliott,
be done with it. N. .-Speak to D d Weeks, Frink; division 7, Hall, Mitch- '23, of Oakland, Calif. Mr. Elliott is
about that. ell, Gorman; Witham, McNeill, Hansel- a member of the Kappa Beta Psi fra-
nman; division 8, Caughey, Wood, Mc- ternity and was the sport editor for
After escaning from in front of a Eachron, Ireman, McLouth; division The Daily in 1922-23.
Chevrolet only to dash into a truck I:9, Waterman, Thompson, Canby, Ritze, I
today, we became convinced of what Reeves; division 10, McClinton,. Rea, Mrs. Hobart to Entertain at Tea
we merely uspected before, that we'll Costing, Lun(Jquist. Whitcomb, Stone- i Mrs. Hobart, assisted by members oft
never live to shove our feet under the 1 burner; . division 11, Hoag, Brown, I Mortarboard society, will entertain at
family board again. Vogt, Moody, Thornton; division 12, tea at 4 o'clock Tuesday at her home
Spaulding, Swaney, Watkins, West-'on Cambridge road. There will be af
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv. phal., QaCn, Fox. ( discussion of athletics.
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