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LitRSDAY, NOVEnMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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APOINT DIRECTOR OFE
omn
PKYSICALEDUCATION IIrc
- *Women who left clothes in their
WILL Alb STUDENT TEACHERS gymnasium lockers last year may re
AND ASSIST WITH ATH- claim them until 5 o'clock today
LETICS vhen they will be disposed of in some
manner. This extension of time for
this was granted mainly because only
Miss Ethel McCormick, formerly as- a few women seemed interested in call-
sistant supervisor in health education ing for clothes, but a further extension
in the public schools of Detroit, arriv- cannot be allowed.
ed here yesterday to assume her duties
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a
as the new acting administrator of thereur snssmtigabococ

302, Mason halL Both new and old n r I FORMER STUDENT
members are requested to bring $1. KILLED INJAPAN
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a
regular business meeting at 5 o'clockAD1 91 U/ 11 Wordhas been received of the death
today in Newberry hall. of Kita Fukul, '23, during the recent
earthquake disaster at Yokahama, Ja-
e C? CZ'Cf ' TILLTALKTO ASSOCIATION ON 'pan, The report was received in a
IMPRESSIONS OF NEAR communication from Yone Moringa,
Gains Her Life Job; EAST '23, who left with Miss Fukui for Ja-
pan, following graduation in June.
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, of the pol- The letter stated that the entire
itical science department, will give a I Fukui household had been destroyed,
talk on his impressions of the Far with the exception of the father, one
East at the opening meeting of the sister and her baby who were rescued.
year of the Ann Arbor branch of the Miss Fukui studied at the University
American Associatidn of University as a Barbour scholar during her four
women which is to be held at 3, o'clock years in America. While in Ann Ar-
Saturda'y, in the assembly hall of the. bor she lived at Helen Newberry res-
Union. idence.
Professor Hayden spent last year as
an exchange professor at the. Univer- . flu muiuii i a mua r

. regular business meeting at 5 o'clock
department of physical edpcation. today in Newberry halI.
Miss McCormick is a graduate of the
Teachers' colege at Columbia univer- An important meeting of the business
sity. She will constructively criticize committee of the Junior Girls' play
he work of student teachers, and also will be held at 4:30 o'clock today in

assist in the work being done by those the League rooms of Barbour gymnas-
taking required gymnasium courses lm. At this time the $1 junior tax
as well as hockey, tennis, and the must be turned in.
other elective sports.
Among other things Miss McCormick Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Theta Phi
S. imniediately begag organizing swim- Apha, and Chi Omega vs. Kappa Delta
ruing classes, attempting to divide the is the schedule for 4:30 o'clock today
girls into classes according to their in the inter-house hockey tournament.
skill in diving and using the various These are the teams that drew "bys."
strokes. Everyone is urged to attend the games
-- ready to cheer one or the other of the
FACULTY MEMBER teams to victory.
ADDRESSES WOMEN Piano group of the Matinee Musicale
Student league will meet at 7:15
Prof. Clifford Woody, of the School 'o'clock in the home of Miss. Grace
of Education, addressed the mothers {Hendrixon, 1901 Washtenaw.
of the nursery section of the Faculty
Women's club at the meeting yesterday. The second lesson in basketry will
in the club house The subject of Pro- be given at the meeting of the Club
fessor Woody's talk was "The Scien- Leaders Training course to be held at
'tific Evaluation of a Modern Tendency F o'cock tonight at Barbour gymnas-
n Education." Samples of the word um. There will be a make-up hour
.tests given children were shown to at the close of the course for anyone
the "mothers. Professor Woody said \Iho has not mised more than two les-
that these tests were making teaching sons.
a real science and removing it from
just opinions. All committees for the Panhellenic
. A buiness meeting was held, follow- ball will meet at 4:30 o'clock today at
"ing a talk, after which tea was serv- IBarbour gymnasium.
e ld. The constitution of the nurseryl_
q ,section was read and adopted. The ~
a ;section will hereafter be known as the The regular meeting of Portia will
University nursery of the Faculty Wo. be held at 7:15 o'clock tonight in room
nen's club. Mrs. Adele Mitchell gave ,
a Hallowe'en party for the children in! -- _ -
the nursery upstairs, which was at- I {
tended by more than 20 children. A R HEAES
MATINEE MUJSICALE LEAGUE
MEMBERS GIVE PROGRAMS
Screen-Today I
Violin and vocal selections of the
Matinee Musicale Student league nlet
yesterday. The following members A
took part in the violinim.program given J Arcade-"Ruggles of Red Gap."
" in the home of Mrs. Harry Bacher:
Paulin. Kaiser, Helen Mutchsler, Ger- Majestic-- "Desire," with Mar-
trude Friedrich, and Lucile Bellamy. guerite De la Motth.
The folowing appeaed on the vocal
program held in the home of Miss Wuerth-"Can a Woman Love
Helen Bates: . Ruby Sutton, Kather-' Love Twice?" with Ethel Clay-
inc Saunders, Doris Howe, Rowena ton.
l 3enson, and Helen Bates. - Harold Lloyd in
_______Orpheum -HaodLo,,I
NOTICE "Safety Last."
Members of the A. A. U. W. are
aked to note carefully the announce-
ment sent to themu in re(jard to the -
meeting Satourav a t't ni on. The
names of the wo:en they were aked r
to br ng as guests Lad to be written at I
-the bottom of the page instead of on
the line intended for that purpose.'. Whitney- Saturday night- The
These names in several instances have New York Globe theater's or-
been mistaken for signatures. iginal production of the music-
al comedy, "Good Morning
More than 3,000,000 big and little Deane."
, cannons, machine guns, and other
equipment that won the World war are Garrick (Detroit) - "Whisper-
proving a burden to the Government. ing Wires."

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;sity of the Philippines and has just
recently returned from a trip around
the world.
The American Asociation of Univer-
sity women is composed of women
graduates from all the larger colleges
and state universities of this country
and Canada. Women who have had
two years in any of the colleges on the
'approved lists of the association or
' who hold A.B. degrees from other col-
leges are eligible to associate mem-
bership. The local branch extends a
cordial invitation to all women who
are eligible to membership to attend
this meeting.-
Soph Engineer Meeting Postponed
The meeting of the sophomore en-
gineers announced for 10 o'colck to-
day has been postponed until 10 0'-
clock Thursday Nov. 15.

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For that 8:45

sprint against time

Miss Emia D. Partridge Rytk4Ibub -At
Because she lacked sufficient funds to ,jruhelp
take her through college without ' i It
working, Miss Emma D. Partridge, ---fa
now secretary of the Kansas State dow
-hol
Bankers' association, was forced to can'
work after school hours in the office of Th
the state banking commissioner, while No
she was attending Washburn college tive
in Topeka. There she gained the ex-
perience that fitted her for her posi-
tion. Miss Partridge says, "Every wo
man must decide for herself whether
she is better fitted for a business or
a home career. If she chooses bui- to, a
ness, she must realize that she must bard
save to take care of herself in old m
age." your
*EBIERS F F A CULTY WOMEN'S ante
CLUB TO 1VE TEA TODAY.brif
-or
In place of the dance which was to Be
have been given today, the Faculty sav
Women's club will give a tea from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock today in the club Co
house, 226 South Ingalls street.
The hostesses Will be: Mrs. R. W.
Cowden, Mrs. Clifford Woody,.Mrs. E.
H1. Leslie, Mrs. D. W. Bronk, and Mrs.
'1. M. Randall.'
CoRRECTION
Mary Kent-Miller has been elected
president of the Freshman Girls' Glee the e o 'l d, '
club. Margaret MWiller was announced .
as preident in yesterday's issue of The S A V I N G
Daily.
Daily classified for real results.

FUR UEDQUARTERS F2
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be the ideal gift to give her. Make a small
deposit on a fur garment now and it will be
reserved for you. It is best to buy now while
the selection is co m p lete. Z
ZWERDLING BLDG.
ANN ARBORMICH.
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LOVE TICE"
-EXTRA:-
-COMING SUNDAY!
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"MIGHTIER T-IAN THE BOOK"
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DE PACHMANN, the world's famous
pianist uses a Baldwin.
On Monday evening, November 5, Ann Arbor
will have the opportunity to hear De Pachman on a
Baldwin, We have in our window the personal
piano of Professor De Pachmann.
Come in and see it,
ALLMENDINGER MUSIC SHOP

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Glove calf, a glove-
weight calfskin, the
thoroughbred lines of
style-that's the
Claridge, a fine
dress oxford.
$8.00

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