100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 20, 1924 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-02-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THFE MICIHIGAN DAILY

N 7m 4 =I

fOHMRS SENIOR
IN I OPEN AMS

Na
Wyvern society

tces
rwill meet at 7:15
at Betsy Barbour

office of tihe Y. MW. 'ANeb' .\ ,Ifl~4~, 1 'ckt
hall. ~ l Vlf'~UlI
There will be a 2 0
be~rs of the Univers: .x rI " on
'bTe held at 4 o'cloc t 'IAa' ug 1( :~e
'Newberry residence. . .II f' mM~ u
The Girls' Mandoli iciv n ,~~~ta
lat' 5 O'clock tomor , . r~ pnn
I econd semester i, *, .4u r~>§i ~ Cua; ' h

W.A~A.MEMBERSHIP
DRITE WN kSUPPORT
HOUSESI

Democratic Party
Leaders Organize

WILL DECIDE CA PUS

Philu aspctcuargame through-; o'clock today
cutesophocmore team easily defeat- house.
cd the freshman six by a score of 24

M
d

COURT
MARTHAI (001
ILI R

"Every Michigan woman a member,
-every house 100 per cent" is the gen-
eralI sentiment among the w omen of
the campus after two clays of the
membership drive which is being car-
ried on by thle Women's Athletic as-
sociation.
Athletic managers of the various
houses have been working in com~peti-
tion in an effort to have their houses
reach the top of the list. As a re-
suit of the first two days of canvass-
ing the gymnasium classes as well as
the houses, the followipg; houses are
ahieal in the drive: League houses
--Wilson house, 39 per cent member-
si;Forsythe house, 30 per cenit; Vir-
ginia house, 22 per cent. Sorority
houses-Sigma Kappa, 56 per cent; Pi
Beta Phi, 30 per cent; Alpha Gamma
Delta, 15 per cent. Martha Cook dor-
mnitory heads the list amnong the dor-
mnitories on the campus.
Membership in this organization is
open to all University women and it
entitles each member to attend the in-
Ster-class and house- games as well as
the annual indoor meet free of charge.'
Directors of the association are hopingt
to make athletic, activities play a]d
greater part in the life of women stu-
dents in the future.l
Membership will be received at thec
Athletic association desk in Barbour
gymnasium any timne during the re-1
;mainder of the week.t
MISS Sage Visits4
Foreign Wom'en
Miss Pauline Sage, of Chicago, one
of the secretaries in charge of the foy-
er. for foreign women in the central
part of the United States, has been
spending several days in the city, per-
sn lyvisiting the women on the
campus who have come, from other
Scountries.
The foyer of which Miss Sage hast
Scharge, is an hospitality service. It is
carriedi on under .the National board ofI
Sthe Y. W. C. A. The secretaries keep I
Sin touch with foreign women stiu-E
dents, helping them to reach theirI
friends and to select scholastic work .
Warsao~ Feb. 19.--Thce Baltic States
Conference' has ended ;without ini-
Aportant' results.

aBoth teams h;
honors in their
Martha Cook an
etball team's w:
today in Barbela
championship of
which should pi
contest of the s
court leagues.
The silver cu
presented to the
be passed on ea(
utive ceampus ch
come the perme
house only after
'for three ,years.
The lineup for
that many veter.;
will battle for tl
LAfrtha (look
L. Chalmers..
M. Goddard ..
C. Bowen...
M. Munz......
A. Sheldon ..
M. Smith ......

UAMD~flI~WD 'while the junior team bowed to TyusfrFeha il'Ge
''i icsuerorsenior squad by a score! club will be held from 4 to 5 o'clockj
t___0 24 to 5. today in room 160 of the School
~ AI) ELT (V~Ir Good team? work marked the entire j ofmusic.
iLL CIX R courtactio"n of the sophomores and ____
TOD)AY (-broorneO boie displayed great skill] Masques Dramatic society will meet
tl 'o 1 1 hegae. aterne el !at 4 o'clock today in Newberry'
raving easily wvon f ,rst r oad Nora Alsterlund were re- hall.
respective lecue r ?Aiie for the points gained by the
rehand tem.niArtoug hoethe Practices for the Junior Girls' play
ill clash at 4 o'clock are as fandothe senior teams showedy
Crgmaiu o h aI'elralle speed in their playing, the aesfolw:C ru9 t3tdy,
the campus in a game;( - VS 1iE1t alhead of their opponentsinSrhCselA elha;7o-
rov to, be the fastc :,t :iu all the plays. Norma Bowbeer clock, cast for second act in Univer-
eaoni te o an' nd Lois Miller starred for the vic- sity.Hall. Tomorrow, 4 o'clock, chor-
>easn inthewom~ i SI us 1; 5 o'clock, chorus 3; 7 o'clock,
torious team. while Faith Dumas andicou 0 'lok hrs5 l
T'hc xiialob va.. Roe played a remarkable game cou,1;8ocok hrs5 l
vftriuoearil 0 the junior team. of these choruses will practice in Sar-
e vicorios terll ill;ah Caswell Angell hall. Friday,9
ch yar o te cnse- Pr. MVargaret Bell acted as referee
lam~insand wl e Cetrtrude Noetzel, umpire. o'clock, chorus 6; 10:30 o'clock, chor-
us 4; 1 o'clock, chorus 12; 2:30 o'-
enant possession of a 'clock, chorus 13, all in Sarah CaswellI
it has won the honors 6"1)hH4e Crawl"' is Functioni at Oregon Angell hall. Saturday, 9 o'clock, cast~
the xvo eamssho The "Dime Crawl" is the latest so- and choruses for the first act; 10:30
r th twoteam sho (; val function to be initiated at the Un- o'clock, cast and choruses for the sec-
ans in the court game iversity of Oregon. On these occasions, o nd act.1
he 'final honors, today. one dime will entitle its masculine bear-____
iDelta Glamin e r to enter the residence of any wonm- Extra practice for the members of
,L.F....... A. Crouse en's organization Wednesday night, teUiest il'Ge lbwl
......A. Miller. and there dance from 6:45 to 7:30 o nvrst ils leclbwl
.-C be held at 3 o'clock today for second
C........ M. Dixon clock. The dimes are to be given to lfl An4A'1irfnfpt

bership in the Ui v -' I
club will be held K, o'1'.b , i
dlay, Feb. 26, in th('zl
'Maude Kleyn, School of Music. I
Members of the rifle squad are re-
FSLEEP A!NYWIE*REF, BUT
EAT AT RE'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

' a N':gnts 50c to $ 2.50
'GA 9R " catIaCK00to$20
----Ono ou iistii't Mllss
3fl

t
t' -

Always
something new on
Biruunswick Records

i

Sr.Emily well Blair
Womp en leaders of the Democratic
party from Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky,
Alichigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and Mm-_
nesota suet in Cleveland, 0., recently
to organize a proposed campaign for
the coining national election in these
states. Under the leadership of Mrs.
I ::sily Newell B3lair, of Missouri, vice-
ch airman of the Democratic national
committee and Mrs. A. B. Pyke, na-
tional committeewoman from Ohio,
they discussed plans for regional or-
ganization the formation of women',
;tubs throughout the sevenl states and
'arrangemen ts for closer co-operation
'with the men's conmmittees.
MISS 0LANE TO TALK ON
INTERIOREOAIN
Miss Edith Douglas Deane, of New
York City, will speak on interior de-
corations at 4 o'clock on March 4, 5, 6.
7 andl 8 in the -vest gallery of Alumni
Memorial hall under the. auspices of
the A. A. U, W. The tickets for the
series of lectures will be $2, and will
be placed on sale at thle dormitories
and book stores. The course will be
open to the general public.
It's true' efficiency to use Dail
Classiefleds-Add

. S.C......K. Kocker
L.G.......Baker
.R.G....... L. Miller

the Foreign Scholarship fund main- -"~ AJO uiwLYVA~. .'V i5
tane b teWomen's league. and second altos at Miss Maud Kleyn's
tamed y thestudio, School of Music.
Pari, Fb. 9.-ortycom~aits All j~nior women are requested to
have ben filed charging exportation = attend a class meeting at 4 o'clockI
of capital, causing a financial sensa-toainhesuhprrofNwry
tion. L)

,)
i
3
,
;
i

Panama, Feb. 19.-Rodolfo Chi art,
a member of the Porra's cabinet, is
running for president.

$

for Winter Sports
The tingling exhilaration that
comes with winter sports brimgs
also a K~een thirst. As a cold-
weather stimulant A-B Ginger Ale
is a happy substitute for coffee -
the natural warmth ofpure Jamaica
Ginger prevents any chance of
chill.
f
'13

nail.
Certificates for the club leader'sI
training course given last semester
may be obtained by women who have
completed the course, by calling at the
MEN4-anxious to rise to positions of re-
sponsibilty in business should investi-
gate the one year intensive training
course offered at Babson Institute.
Classes are conducted on the conference
plan. The instructors are experienced busi-
ness men, successful in their own lines. You
work on actual cases-not hypothetical prob-
lems. You are shown how to solve the same
kind of problems that will confront you in
actual business practice.
Write for Booklet
Send for booklet "Training for Business
Leadei'ship." Describes the courses in detail
and gives complete information about the
facilities of Babson Institute and shows how
men are trained for executive roles. Write
today. No obligation.
An rndowe'd
Babson Institute [= Vt
318 Wasl ngtou Ave.
Babson P'ark, (sue b O1) Mass.

Adds zest to college life!
IF you haven'tCheard Bennie Krueger's orchestra play
"Linger Awhile" you've missed the biggest hit
this season.
When Bennie's Band starts, the wallflowers bloom again,
the stagline gets busy cutting. The slip-horns tremble,
the saxophones quiver--man, it's harmonylI
Go to your Brunswick dealer. He'll gladly play the latest
Bennie Krueger records for youx. New ones are on sae
every few days.
Here are more Bennie Krueger Records

Bernie Krueger's Orchestra

2526 Linger Awhile-Fox Trot
I'm Sittin' Pretty In a Pretty Little
City-Fox Trot
2.549 Say It With a Ukulele-Fox Trot
So This Is Venice 1-Fox Trot
2.551 Sleep-Fox Trot
Dancin' IDan-Fox Trot

2528 Old. Fashioned Love-
Fox Trot
Out of Sight Out of Mind.-
Fox'Trot
2485 That Old Gang of Mine"-o12 T
Wonder If She's Lonely To.
Fox Trot

S * y . u i a r siePH O N O G A P H S A N D R E -C O KD

A
{ ,
. 4f : ,

t

: 1

I w~*/'

t
J

2 . 0-ti .30)

7 :00--8:30

" :
'
i
i!!
I
1
r
i ,I

'* :.
,
°-
t , f ."tr

TWITH
LOIS WILSON - 111PI'HlD; DIX- - MARJOIIIE DANY
ON ThE S' t°a F
KANI ,R' BLUJE and GOL "f "ORCHESTRA
J~iMIE A)AMS RRZY NAT
Inra C histie Comtedy a anewv
"AGG1AVATYX(' PAPA"' AUESOP FABLE CARTOON

Anheuser-Busch

St, Louis

02ot-C

Served at hotels, clubs and cafes
Buy it by the case for your home

V 1-1. ., M

.

fi ks,
i. islifetime friend

IBargain

Matinees DailyN (" ; )

All Seats

25cr

t

.-

I

rBalconay 3 l Mai Floor _lic
1War tax 4c W)ar Tax ic
Total 35Tc To&-4 50c

I,

Special Mthiinee
WASINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
De L uxe Show Schedule

yy , , , {
,, , '1, ' tR}} ,"; a , ,
,L'i. i t4 ,!1
yi i '° 1'111
ti f r( r r
114 i'tt. il "{k .i i,{ jl 'lalirlf ft rrti/

ATRUE friend is a staunch
one-always reliable. Men
who bought their Rubberset.
Shaving Brushes way back in
1888, when we first started, still
find them the same reliable friends
each morning.

'I

m

;,a

ii

NGW

9" 'ul""LAYiNG

ANO
I N

Beautyin
Rubber Fount i'n Pens

T HE new. Wahl Pen in engine-turned
black rubber is unlike any fountain pen
you have ever sccn. Anyone who writes will
be proud 'to own a pen,-of such grace and
splendid writing performance. It is as prac-
tical as it is beautiful.
The man's-size fist with the, cast-iron grip
will find a W~ahl Pen to fit it. And so\w ill
the dainty feminine hand. There are sizes
and shapes to suit every man and woman in
college or business.

time. The Wahl comb feed regulates the
flow so that the pen writes the instant you
touch it to paper. You never have to shake it,
The ink never floods.
The evcrlasting niib is 14-karat gold, tipped
with tihe hardest, finestA iridium, Unbiased
experts say it is thec ultimate in nib-making;.
Clipped in pocket,pus or note book~,
Wahl Pen cannot leak-the patented cap
construction prevenfts it. Wahl Pen is so
perfectly balanced and proportioned that it

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan