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i.TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mioard of Directors Invites Six Houises'
To Illenberiliip in Ho~nor
Council
WILL INCLUDE OTHER GROUPS I
AS THEY ATTAIN STANDARD
Installation of the honor council ofI
League houses by the officers of the
W1omen's league took place yesterday'
afternoon at the home of Dean Jean
Hlamilton, 1722 Cambridge road. Six
hou ses, Jordan, Westminster, Waite,
lMcQ~fiton, Reagh, and Adams were in-I
vited by 'the board of directors of the
League to become members. The
president and one delegate from each
house attended.
The purpose of the council, as ex-f
pressed in the invitations to the hious-
es,, is to unite those League houses
which have exhibited service and
leadership in the past in order that
they may give the other houses on the
campus the benefit of their experience
and the encouragement necessary to
attain their high standard. While only'
six housejs are to form the council
during this semester, other houses
will be invited to join next semester,
according to the quality. of organiza-c
tion and work which they show. Alll
League houses will be given an op-T
portunity, to prove their worth. {
The first work to be undertaken by
the lionor council will be0 to have
charge of serving refreshments at the-
American Legion dance to be given{
Nov. 10 in Barbour gymnasium.
Fi s Make Sakes 1
Ofrers TOWomen

Directs Women 's
Physical Welfari

"" ^^^^^ y ^y Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'; ceived the public recognition of a na-
r ~Glee club will he held at 4:30 o'ciock tion. Hlenriette Davidis, a German
.e' j tomorrow afternoon at the School of w~oman who lived more than a century
Music. ago has 'been officially decreed a pub-
lie benefactor by the Berlin govern-
Th- l usiness - andl Prof es ;ional Wo- ale Student league will meet at 4 :15 her memory.
I men's club will have a luncheon 'at o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the For years every German woman has
12::15 o'clock today at the Green Tree home of Mrs. Lee Case, 91.2 Mary'known the name of Hlenriette Davidis.
inn. sre.Apormo iclaeu
stet rga o iclaeu She lived in a small village in the
Thefirt metig o th Unverityselections has been arranged for the itulir valley and her brea'ds and pas-
!Girls' Glee club will be hold at 4:30afeno.Idlcusttshwn
o'clock this afternoon, in Barbour I- famne as a cook throughout the dis-
gymnasium. !MONUMENT HONORS triot. When she collected her receipes
CULIARY K IL Land pub~lished them in book form she
A special meeting of the cabinet of wo'ainlacai.HniteDy
the Y. W. C. A. will be held at 4 o'clock idis diedl in 1876 and some time ago
tomorrow afternoon at Newberry hall. Erecting monuments to men end i the house where she lived was torn
It is imp)ortant that every member women who have distinguished them- fldown to make way for a railroad
should be present. The regular cab- selves in literature, science or allied track.
inet meeting will be held at 8 o'clockI arts is an ordinary occurence but only iLoyal citizens of the village who
Saturday morning, as usual. recently has a genius for cooking re- wished to preserve the ancient stone

ElBanjo tryouts for the Girls' Mando-
lin club will he fheldl from 3 to 5
o'clock Thursday afternoon in New-!
berry hall.
Due to inclement weather the ten-
nis matches could not be played off,
last week. These must be finished 1
as s-oon as possible, and the courts
a:re now availabl*e at any time.

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Athena tryouts will be held at 7:15
Br )arg'ret ello'clock this evening in the Alpha Nu
The new physician ot' the Health room in University hail.
Service who recentl r took up her Iota Sigma Pi will meet at 7:15
I(duties as director of the women's do- o'clock tonight in Martha Cook build-
partment of physical education in the' ing.
University. Dr. Bll1 is a graduate of f
Chic.ago university and received her Tryouts for Portia Literary society
MT.D. deogree from Rush Medical eel- will be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
lege. evening in room 302, Mason hall. Try-
outs will consist of' three minute
Announce arl1114 speeches on any subject in which the
Mildred Campbell, '23, of Ann Ar- candidate is interested.
bor, and A. Ross Fox, '23, of Port "lrnwr ntdi araeb
Dr. A. M. Stalker Saturday morning ! 'E W
at Wesley hall. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mr's. Erwin
are 11-111,)x 1 V I~ARtui."E:. '1ace -an1t 1 is a

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Attraction selling propositions ar memiber of 1 i KaPacesorority.Mr
bing offered. to University women by iois ember of Pi Kappa Ariy har
bhjsiness firmhs all over the country, - sanele fP ap lh
according to Mildred Sherman, '21, f?__________ity.
wlio is in charge of the office of. the
d~an of women. The goods to be sold Columbia Alumni to Meet
on a' comm-rnission basis include hair- Detroit, Oct. 22.-(D3y A.P.)-One of
nets, silk hose, engraved Christmas t he events during the meeting of the
cards, toilet articles, and magazine M. S. T. A., Oct. 25-26, will be a break-I
subscriptions. The firms state that fast given by the Teachers' College
women in other universities and col-AumiCombaUvesttth
leges are handling similar sales suc- H-otel Statler, at 8 o'clock, Friday, Oct.
cessfully. 26. At this time a large number of
Miss Sherman also reports that she a alumni from various parts of the state'j
receives many calls from Ann Arbor will be in Detroit for a real "get to-
to take care of children 'in the eve- gether" of all T. !C. people in this partI
nings and to house work by the hour. ' of ichigan. U
Upto the present time there have not S __________________
boeen nearly enough women to fill the
places:. Definite information concern- u
19 ,1ing employment may be obtained from ~ c
Miss Shermain ipersonally at the dean's ,4 ta alrd lak
office in, Barbour gymnasium.
Constantinople, Oct. 22-(By A.P.) - - a vi~estpricesin'Years
-Speaker Gillett visited Admiral br W fe-will ship anymake
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