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_______________THE MICIGA N DAILY

anal Co'nvention

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Distinction Not Noticed
ConventionDelegates eport

Gives Tr,,aining In
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of barriers between races_ and
was one of the 'predomninat-
gs reported by the delegates
e University Y. W. C. A. who
, the eighth National conven-
14d during the past week in
rl city. Seoven representatives
.e University Y. W. C. . were
at the convention,
all worked together, Dorothy
'24, president of the U'ni-
Y. W. C. A. said, when gvn
pressions of thle confcrence..
the biggest mnanifestations of
dency to get away from nia-
arriers", she continued,.wa
that the vice president elected
next two yeairs was a coloredl
nother indication was that one
most outstanding represental-
as an American Indian girl."
Jeffrey was chairman of the
1organization committee of
lent assembly at the conven-
the reported that 140 student,
ions from 40 states were rep-
l at the conference.
eaking of the student-assem-
,s Jeffrey said, "I feel that the
student assembly has become1

too businessh-likec. We should havemoedefr i.(asn ndlsfr
buhtsiness, leavi~r;ngiore of the busi-
ness d" tails to thse executtive commixtt-
tee. It seems that more time at the
Iconventiomnmig-'It be specnt in discuss-
ing robl us an atl:ter"" s which have
arien nd ~ch:recmmorn to all
Ti~ho gener l iion of the (dele
gates as haf testdetbranch wasj
coimg n~ar n' ml ore to the pointE
wher iLw~ses t beomepurely
studnt mnage. Inthenear future.
itsasto the leae.,this nmay be
Jane rGibs.on, '2Z , tacted on the f'nd-
ins omi.tteCe. ih reinrt of this
coimmlitt-ee'centered t1in the flact that
the ecionetion rpend too large a pro-
portion of the ti;me in dliscussions
which are not reatllyof vital import-
ance.
The delega tes interviewed said that
it was intereting to have the conven-
tion held!in a)busy city like New York
and? to have such a large group gather
fla afer ay n siteof the confus-
ion to think >t:t(l d,;iscss together sub-
jects of mnutual, Ii. portance.

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Mrs. Annie Humphrey is directot
Lclasses for home catre of the sickl,
>r the WashingtAon division of the
ruerican Red Cross. Teaching the1
y'gienic care 'of the sick is the o1(1- J
t ro-1w of the American Red Cross1
A was stazrted in Washington 161
~ar ao.It' works 1through the
hools, Americanization classes,-girl
outs, campf'ire girls, and~ the parent-
archers associations.'
_Mrs. H1umiphrey was graduated from
clevme Hospital New Yorkt, 32 years
~o. She spent 'seven years in hos- t
ital social service work in New York;.
lichigan2 Women
'teal Footwepar i

:versiy "Y'
Shows Growth
In Tere Years
e years ago this spring the
rs of what was then knwn as
ung WVOlenl's Christian aS'oci-
ipplied to the n:ationaal comit-
the Y. W. C. A., were c cep ted,
icamne affiliated with the nation-
anization as the Uriverit;y Y.
A. Dnuring the first year a<s an
ed group there was no ge neraL
ry, the Um.,.versity womnir do-
tthe work with the aid of an
ry board.
y the University Y. Wv'. C. A.
s the fu, ll time services of Miss
Ross whoa has been in Ann Ar-
r two years, and also employs
-time stenographer. The mim
p in the organization has stead-
own until now the number is
Every fall a financial campaigni
lucted among the Women on the
s to assist the organization.
headquarters of the University
C. A. are in Newberry haxill.
flee to furnish information is
mied on the right hand side of
trance to the building while on]
)posite side of the hall, is lo-
the general rest room for the]
;es of reading, reccreation, Gnd]j
For the convenience of the
of the University a number of
nes are kept on the center
including the Womnan's Pres;s, 1
dies' Home Journal, the 5 Srvey!
ic, Good Housekeeping, the. Lit-
Digest, the National Geographic,
ntury magazine, the M4ichigan
us, the International Interpre-
ews Bulletin, Our World, the
Tomorrow, and the Korea MVis-
bied.
rid 1Fellowship.
m ittee Guides
Foreign Students,
ign women students areo
it into closer contact with thel
sity through"a the world fellow-I
ojmmittee of the University fr
A. As their first welomne inI
sew home, the foreign w-.otlen
At at the depot by mnei-.bers o,
nmittee and are assistetd in reg-
work of the fellowship ecomit-
ntinues throughout the Yeary
r. The foreign studlents ar e
to the footbatll gamnes and ls
iall day party in the country
ven for them. During the yeai
nember of the committee take^s
the students under guidance
month. Teas pare given inl
of the foreign women during;
nter, and discussion groups are
tthe mneetings.
onia Daily Advertls i's.--Adv.

Student in U.S
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It was a hot, quiet evening. "Niot a
creature w as stirring, inot -even a
mrouse." If a mouse had b-3en stirring,l
we are sure that it wvould not have
bee-n so quiet for the s;cene of this
t tragedy was lai-d at the Y. W. C. A.
conference held last sunnmer at: Col-
loge camp, Lake Geneva, Wis.
Besides being hot, andi quiet, the
night' was dark since all lamps in the
camrp must be out by 10:30 o'clock.
But darkness did not put to sleep the
occupants of one tent, number 12,
which held a delegation of womeni
from the University of Michigan. No
one else saw the ghosts which stole
around the neighboring tents, extri-
cating footwear from under every bed.
Sunday morning was cool and clear,
and as .the 7 o'clock bell in the audi-
torium rang for communinion, the last
devotional service of the conference,
delegates shuffied self-consciously in-
to meeting shod in every cpanceivable
way. To this day the musical (lirectoy
of the conference,. the leader of the
Michigan group but not connected
.ihthe plot, does not like to be re-
minded of the service at which sh~ei
sang. a solo in blue bedroom slippers.
1"Geq Fellers -

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{ .t i i~Vow, Y .Come onl in, the water',
rt fine. Gee, there's nothin' like tiis
back in Detroit." Thus spoke one of
1 the youngest of the boys at the sum-
mer camp conducted by the Student
Christian association last year, at
4 ~which more than 421 of the unfor-
r? i tunate children of that city, as well
as neighboring communities, were
given free outings in the healthful
fromx the grime and dust of their usual
Mll. Eaih Yz ;: f ~i yunghantsinthe lower parts of Detroit.
Tukswwmnvhoisith nie "Ysrlf' worth living, now
Sp to Atn the fourth congress of that I have the summxer camp to look
th "Womenr's lntcrnational League of forward to all the, time, where, I can
a'ndIFreedom. Mlle. Youssoff swim and play ball without the cops
wis bocrn in (Constantinople, her father 'always chasing me away from the
beiNg7 a physcin.She was brought place. And it always smells so nice
up in a Fi nc convent, but Went out there, with nothing like a wharf]

Wome Teah Hopita Patent
To Dcs~ ollsForSocil Sevic
In te sum, , ~c 2 'L ka ii ( t ou paer dlls Tw n
teetofmen Tetac h Hospi;tam lmeat ientsiao atraswr
Inutreial sorthe shre, ur bok, nihd byuthe ouPamen (olAnnTArbor
veity lweomc hidoed otute 'ok-I orinteyotheredrsswhicaweresent to=
pta atheUnvme~r, n 1% i g 5G2the wrk I tenhIospital 21,nfwhe s nhse n_
inop ocandin't rlltoAdrin lth i- ofthat capuh tok homealsoerv ofethea
ines vofntca t i e< > themgidrl;athe d- l seto ileChicTwo.UMiveriasityerem
reduti o s ie. Pr. hyfur hu niswee by thae mof AeAwork sho
One woman dlid ncab food work that ] each dlay, andl after their work was
she was put oil tlhe prs neni: payroll ;8nished, tea. was served by the social
of the hospital, aieekng it passiblo cciniliitee.
for her to i'et iii u to scboel this sr,-I At Christmas time, the sociAl serv-
rcea kr. lice c araw-ttee co- ;)rated with the
A soial r ae !ing ;of ftre e v\"o)jreis S. C. A. in giving a party to the ehil-
tcas hold ton :at;'kd. ,' , abo rv.cr ' of Ann Arbor, and also arranged r
hall to marl, the owcinfKi jugo - 10 ith houses on campus to entertain
shoep which w:: in i so twice itweeckI seine of theme for Christmas dinner. -
until Christac 5i' r. There the Sne Chriistmnas the women have con-
wome dresed oll, mar, scap tinned the hospital work and are now W
--- , -- - , ncluding the old ladies' home o then~ir
; istinig list. They have also co-opr
~~-~~----e-- ~I atod withi the community house in its
- financial drive.
Only one trip has been n lado to=
S the Industrial school for girls at Ad-
Van this year, but according to the
Y" tir~omen who went, they were -well re- .
j eived and appreciated. Tlhey were
4I'rgusts at the school for one meal after
Iwhich they gave a short musical pro
'.ra for entertainment.
t i" orl tWerwniegiet to Vote -
}. N In BuiaTalo whaere the National
Lc'gue (i ofVolili lVoters eld their an
Hh #rnal convention recenatly, Miss Eliza
,.;;r;bet h Ilauser, secretary c f the league,-
saidl in answer to chrges that womn-
en are neglecting to vte:
"Wome inc i o.htienre still in the
iather dusttertge While the feath-
: w Or du tr brushes off a little surface
P 1 ,'r~Tlit, soieta=nies it IL C:)Ws enough dust =
into Itle eyes of its manipulator to
bind her to grime beneathr. The po
y r '+ lticaI housekeeping has been dlne for
w ~ !n manyyears by fathelr that it is
; rmusifestly unfair to expect miracu-
- '1u" pa orinances from mother di-
Q n- re, !l, after she * ladliben admitted toE
k tom" r , t, t nhind of left handed participation -
'Mrs. A Ein(' 1 u~ri r~a3"Jlimmie the adtnier" sells anything-
Whhen tihe war )rolc ou ,luli~.s inquickly.-Adv.
Fordhlam hospital, N. Y. and went
overseas with a unit. Patronize Daly Advertisers.-Adv.
of.I
T Fo Make room for Summer Wash Dires-

sec, we shall close out our remaining
,Suits-about fifty--in Hair LDines-
T weeds-Poiret Tyvills-F lainingos, -
k ~etc., ta very large reduction. You'll
r ~want a suit-nothing takes its place-
now you can buy it at a saving. But .
' don't wait if you wanta good selec-
All Suit to $60 at. $44.50
All Su tto $50 at. 39.75 -
All Suits to $40 at. 29.75
f .Al Suits to $30 at. 19.75 !
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- ICHIGAN'S
EVE .
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
"Wednesday Evening, May 21,$:06 'lock
SOLOISTS
Fi any Kriwjger (Amunich, Berlin and Madrid Operas)....... Soprano
Palmiier C'hristian ( ,Iversity Organist).........Organist
('hicaa ;iyphony Orchestra-Frederick Sto'9c .......Conductor
FROG II AM
OY'ERTIUiE TO "THE SECI ET OrF-SUSANNE.. ....Wlf-Ferrari
ARIA, ".AN DIE HOFIFNUNG ............... ............Beethoven
TWO NOCTURNEGS.......... ............. .....Debussey
(Iouds---Festivals.
TIHIEE SONGS, WITH ORCHESTRA................... Schubert
CONCERTO NO. 1 FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA .... DeLamnarter
(Conducted by the Composer)
Intermission
ARIA, "Dear I-all of Songs" from "Tannhauser" . ...... .....Wagner
INTRODUCTION-Tristan's Vision-Arrival of the Ships-Ihlde's
Love Death, from "Tristan and Isolde" ... ..... ..... .'Wagner
(Arranged for Concert Performances by Frederick Stock)
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
_ 1~hursdaay Evening, 'lay 22, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTPS
fl ah'e hox (Chicago Civic Opera ... ,...... .........Soprano
Sylvia Lent (American Virtuoso)............... ... ..Violinist
Royal lhiadnun (Distinguished American Artist) ... .......Baritone
lnv a veryChoraal tTnion-~Eaarl V. Moore.................Coductor
Cicago Syimphony Orestra-}Frederick Stock ........... Conductor
OVERTURE, "A Pilgrim Vision" .... .. .. .... .... .......Carpenter
ARIA, "Delb vieni non tardar" ("Marriage of Figaro").... ..Mo' zart
SYMPHONIC POEM, "Pastorale d'ete"............... .....Honeger
CONCERTO IN G MINOR FOR VIOLIN............Bruck
CANTATA,. "SE'A DRIFT", FOR AARITONE SOLO, CHORUS AND
ORCHESTRA . .. .i..........Dlius'
ARIA, "Me voila seule" '("Los Pecheurs do Perles")........Bizet
SELECTIONS FROM THE "B MINOR MASS"..................Bach
(a) -"Crucifixus." (b) -"Resurrexit." (c) -Qui tr ols' (W)-
"Snts"THIRD MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Friday Afterihoon 'May 2, 2 :39 o'clock
SOLOISTS
AI'erfo SalI"i................ ................Harpist.
t'huiildreials lestil i('ioi-(horgeae Oscar Blowen ........ Conductor
PRIOGRAM
TILE SUN WORSHIPPERS ....................Zn Indian Melody
VOIC"I; OP' EVENING ........................ ......Weber
VIK ING SONG ...... ......... ................. . .Coleridge-Taylor
IMPROMPTU .......................................... Schuecker
THE FOUNTAIN...................... ... .. ....Debussey
SPANISH DANCE.................... .........Tedesch
N1GHIT1XHVMN AT SEA........................... Goring-Thomas
0 I3EAUTI'U L' VIOLET.......... ........Renecke
SPRING SONG-................... ............. .. Mendelssohn
PfHII,W4EL WITH MEL.ODY ............................ Barratt
GOOl) NIGHT, PRETTY STARS .... ..........Farwell
MORNING........... .......... ......... .... .... Farwell
CRADLE SONG....................................... Schubert
FANTA STI1PFWMPTU ...................... ...Chop7in
ITAL IAN SERENADE .. ................................... Salvi
SCHERZZO ............... ........., ........... Sv
WvlIihI:l AND TWIRL (From "Flying Dutchman")......Wagner
WA2X ONG (f'ron " Paust") ............. .....Gounod
INVh LATION OF THE BELLS (F1romn "Chimes of ormandy")
-Planquette
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Friday Evening, Iay 28, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Sophie Brauslaan (Metropolitan Opera)................... Contralto
11110t Sehipai (Chicago'Civic Opera) ........................ .'.Tenor
The Chicago S~ymp hony Orchestra--Frederick Stock.':....+Conductor
PROGIIAM
OVERTURE, "Bohemia..... ... ...................... Hadley
RECITATIVE AND ARIA, "Gerechter Gott" ("Rienzi").....Wagner
SELEiICT IONSv ;FROM'513 YE NO. 2 ...................... .Milaud
ARIA, "M~'apprmi" ("Martba'")... ......... ..... .....Flotow
CHOREOGRA P HIC POEM, "Th e Waltz"........ ... ,....... Ravel
SONG,-) WITH iORCHESTRA................Moussorgsky
(ag-- cF"pra..dc;,o# Death. (b)-The Banks ed the Pon (c)-On
the Dnieper.f
TWO fRA&2hPTIONS FOR ORCHESTRA-
(a) Molly on the Shore ........ ................Grainger
(b) The Irish Washerwonan.............. . ....... . Sowrby
ARIA, "Osian's Song" ("Werther")...... .....Massenet
SL4AVONIC DANCES................ ... ..... ........... Dvorak
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Afternoon, May 24, 2:30 o'lock
SOLOISTS
)larold Dauer (Favorite Concert Artist) . ,. .... ........... .. Pianist
Chicago Symiphony Orchestra-k rederick Stock......... Conductor

PRO GRAN -
0 VERTUR , "Cockaigne" ................................. Elgar
A LONDON S6'IPH-ONY (First4 Time in Ann. Arbor).. ..Williams
Lento-Alic-ro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante-Allegro
Epilogue.
CONCE!RTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT MAJOR . . Beethoven
Allegr(> Adagio un poco moto-Rondo.
SIXTH MAY FSTVICOER
Saturday Evening, Maiy 21, S:00 O'clock
olfOiSTS
1)usollw! Gimiinini (American-Italian Concert Star) ._.....Soprano
lo1rest T,-inont (Chicago Civic Opera)............Tenor
TjiVideBahleter (M etropolitan Opera).. ..... ....Baritone
C'esare B;Arorneo (Chase Sikes) (La Scala Opera)........Bass
tChicagto Symnphlony Orschestra -Yrederick Stock......Conductor
PRlO GRAIN
I1NTRODU)TCTION AND "HYMN TO THE SUN" ("Iris") ....Mascagni
LA 'PR IAVdE RA (Spring) .'.... ......... ..espigh i
F4INAL E, ACT' II, "Forz'a Del Destino.. ........... .......Verdi
EXiCERPPTS FROM "AIDA"... ............................. Verdi

Y FESTIVAl
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back. to Turkey and at thee age of 18
took her bachielor's degree in the
!,~inericani Girls' College at Constanti-
I ? iat rshje ,went as a special studlent
t o studl('y phiilolgy in Freiburg, Ger-
manyG and sheC,'lwas in Germnany, cut
ofi from supdo rt. when the <war broke
- o t.~'I t. ousoff~uporedherself
bey jouinaliti[c work and the publica-
-~~e tin&fcion. At the present time
heis w.riting a<rticles for the ° Tnie
tRepubz~lican, a~ liberal Turkish icnews-
S coon Discusses
1 Phi Bea Kappa
4G P1 P ,ta1 K' uppa Koyis not a
gua;'irnt" of succe ss 3i ie"declared
- It. . coe, scretary of the Prince-
ten cte of Phi Beta. Kappa. "In
thefist laeour commnon life is not
orgaisedon the purely intellectual
linets ?that college life is, although as
ourcunrgrw olde1Cr there seems
to Le a moee neral appreciation of
thei~talecualelmen."According
to Pro e issor Scoon, the basis for se-
-econto Phi Beta Kappa in Prince-
ton is one purely of scholarship *ith
ite single reservation of good moral

an' smoke and all that.. Yes, sir, life's
worth living now."
The effect of the University of Mich-
igan Summer camp upon the lives of
those who will go to make up the
citizens of this great country cannot
be measured in terms of money alone.
Those small boys who splash around,
shout, and apparently have no cares
in this hard world some day will be
the rulers, and the leaders of thought.
of all of the human race, and it be-
hooves us to watch over them and to
see that their ideals of life, and of the
better things, are not completely lost
in their struggle for existence in the
ower parts of great hard American
cities. For life for them is no merry
dream, with the si: ells of harbor, or
smoke, and of musty, factory, perme-
ating their very souls, with the hard
winter months, the cobble stones of
cold streets, and perhaps the beatings
f miserable parents. Oh, yes, the
U niversity of Mlichigan Student Christ-
ian association is doing a great thing,
anid their tag dlay for this institution
deserves the support of all students
at the University.
"Hter'syfiee" meo ih
waHer'syfiee!Cmo"n. h
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
ruickly.--Adv.

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