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20, 10 23

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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To Rebuild School In Japan

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Members of the University Girls'
Glee club are requested to be I res-3
ent at the meeting at 4:15 o'clock to-
day. Important business is to be trans-
acted.
Tickets for the Panhellenic ball will,
be on sale this afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium as follows: For members
of league houses from 3:30 to 4:30j
o'clock; for members of dormitories,a
from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock. Preerence
will be givent to seniors and junior i.
r' Sigma Delta Phi will meet at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow at the Alpha Chi
Owga house, 1004 Olivia avenue.

"Now 1 have noting, hut I am hiapr- able to0 do their bit in re-Building the
py," csad FKui liaai, '25, when in- school which they. cherish so highly.
tervicivetd recently after she had given ! lMi w Kinai tells the story of the
practicaly evervthin-L whlich she p l~os- fouiiding cf the school and what it
sessed . to help rebuild the school from means to her, she inpires her hearers
which shre gi-aduAted in Japani, wicih' with the great love and interest which
! was dest1royed by ,earthquake. site h s for this institution.
IMiss Kinai aln, Hidie Slholtai'a, '2;i, "Miss Tsuda was one of the first3
who are both Blarbour schola i~is, tgrad- g u of Japanese girls to .come to this
a ted from? Mh,:.s 'isuda' n~h5.Oleuiiytooti neuain h
l ~l.l :I cuir oban neuain.Sefol wornlen in Jalpan before ccing to (tame in 1871, and remained here. for
"this e onntiv. Recerdly at the ,house} 11. years, studying at Washington, 1).
whler e Mi ss Kinai ives they conduict- CG. When she returned to Japan she
ed a-e niurruti s ale, sei ing -.I was employed in the imperial familyj
of- the>, ' c ' ;,cy s;. jossessions, the'r a:, inte rpreter, and later returned to
trinicus, ix' :re ad "# ch Of teir America for three years, during which
clef =r =: iii c r: x' that I he irmig-JNhe time she studied at Bryn Mawr col-

rf- ' TTmuni individual quota of $100 as a ba-
jsic sum. The total amount for a dis-
i ti t r: Presents sumn equal to the
nubro; alumnae in the district,
' i multzilied by "'100 and added to an
l S. C. L. WAsHBURN I; .STATES The quotas in this campaign will be
C(AM'l-iG N Pl W.ILL1 UAI)ER reasonable and still show up well when
1~Ycompared with the relatively large'
quotas of E~astern colleges. The alum- i.
Mr's. C. L. Washburne, member or unae groups will be assisted from head- I
tihe University of MVichigan League Iqumarter's by suggestions regarding
central camp)aign comm~rittee, who is" ways to earn the sum for which they,
serving onl the .pub-comnmitee on are responsible. Within a short time'
quotats,, states that the campaign is quotas w ill be completed and. an-
well ytider way and that they approxi-;pounced.
mate gquotas for all of the states have ' Miss Caroline Pattengill, chairman
been sent in. of the sub-committee on quotas, is ex-
The quota committee has gore overI pocte'd back in Anin Arbor, within, a
the matter. carefully and their next1 short time.z
Imove will be the determination' of de-
finite auotais for districts and towns, ,MNoscow, Nova. - -'.'1e In~fernational
Mrs. WtVa.-hbur says.. The uotas are { Pan: all curl oration. lhas begun ,op-
b teing app6'ilioniei by 'using 'the main:- erat-or~s in the, Bairn oil field.
ABOUT THE "WICKERSHAM AFFAIR;"
I ~read:I
"HAT MAY STUDENTS HEAR DISCUSSED'
in
THE NEW STUDENTI
ON SALE A fT 7rgRAHAM'[S9 BOOK STORESL C
( F~ ~~~ach E ndl.cof IDiag ounal ..............
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iege.
Chairmen of the committees of Mat- Egyp a J "In 1900 sire started her school in
~nee Musi~cale Student league are 're-,JPU.i tre ihsvnsuet
quested to meet at 4:.30 o'clock today iD" nmn Rights. in a simall rented house without equip-
in Mrs. Wheeler's studio on the third moncrt, financial or otherwise. It was
floor of the School of Music. hie only private school for women in .I
3 aa, and it was founded for the pur- I
t ; pose of giving to Japanese women
o chigan Dames wil lt t8 iher ediucation under the influence,
o'cocktoigh atth Fauly Worn- o hita oe h coli
en's club louse, -226 South In galls oaChitnhme Tescols
stret. inot a mission, but nevertheless, 90
stret. ~per cent of the women who enter it as
ye { non-Christians, come out as Christians,
Club leader's training course will due to the great personality andl infin-j
meet at 7 o'clock Thursday in New- ence of the teacher.
berry hail. The program will be on I Miss Hartshorn, an American, who,
"Club Organization and Programn.'. since 1903 has been. Miss Tsuda's as-!
Plannng."sistant, is now on her way to America,'
where she wilf start a campaignaon
hous on he am ps ~ J"" ~'~the alunae of the school in the hopes
Any wolnen'shoeontecmu
which would like to ta.ke a number of " "' *"" of en bet eul t."
small dolls to dress for the hospital 11 ~ ~' As she stopped speaking, Miss Kinai
children, are asked to call at the .* W ......I l': ooked away as though she saw visions
C. A. office at 3ewberry hall. Although I of the new school in whch she may
'the work in the Christmas workshop . * '>* some lay teach her countrywomen the
is progressing rapidly, there is still op-i ideals which she herself developed
portunity for more workers, and worn-II there.
en who can volunteer their services-"
are asked to rekort "Wednesday or
Thursday afternoons in the worksohp "::'1til ~yE THEATRES
at Newberry hall. I i
The joint meeting of Athena society sceen 11TOda y
and the Adelphi house of representa- _____________;
tives- which, was announced for to-____
night, has been postponed because of ? i's T..1. Finney I

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conflicts with the Masques' play. Ath-
ena society will hold a brief meeting
at 7:15 in the Alpha Nu rooms, which
will adjourn in time for the play.
Graduate Women to MLeet Today
The Graduate Women's club will
hold a regular weekly meeting from 4
to 5 o'clock today in 'Betsy,*Harbour
house. These meetings are held under
the auspices of the American Associa
tion of University women. Mrs. Julius
0. Schlotterbeck, who is presidenit
of the local chapter, will be the guest
of honor. Mrs. 'Brand Blanchard has
charge of the meeting.

j" Womeon of hEgypt have awakened to
their disadvantages since the World
War, and they are -prog ressing rapid-
ly. Groups of the most intelligent are
I organizing to 'obtain their rgt,
I .ays Mrs. TP. J.' Finney, hoe onil
furlough after 41 years spent as a
worker of the United Presbyterian
church t in gypt.
R EG EN TS MEETK NOV. 22
Ti'e Board of, egents of ,th'e Uni-
'versity will' meet this mrointh :A weekz
Fearliar than, usualI on accounrt of i
Thanksgi v~ng. The ?Noveirber meet--
ing wil he h16ld Thi-,rlsv iat.Nov.

Arcade - "The French Dol,"
f' aturing Mao Murray.
IMajestic--"The Spoilers."
Wuerth---Tarold Lloyd in "Why1
Worry?"
IOrlphcum11---"hree Wise Fools."
IWhitney--Friday, "The Cat and I
f the Canary."
Garrick (Ddtroit)--"You and I"

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i 22, anrid 'rcay; Nov. 2".
1"lowers ii PaFwtronize The Daily Advem'
Horn ecom-i n I
AWe are gI. d to o'fe;r sug'S- R
ttons as to party suggestions.
PHONE 115 I
Cousins & Hall
Florists ..
'tll'k.UNVESIYAVENUE .

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Movem'bar 23-

CHRISTMAS
3107NEY FOR GIRLS
If you nee-1d extra money for Xnals,
a elling Madaltle Dahir's new Powder
Puff will supply you quickly.
~They are different from other Pow-j
cier Puffs-they are dainty, soft, saul-
.,ary, and attractive, and tihe way
'X hy sell to the ladles and the Uni-
yersity girls will surprise you.
-All of the Sorority girls--in fact,
any girl or woman who sees them,
' vant one. Who wouldn't?
-.On receipt of 50 cents we will sendI
s~ou a sample Puff, selling instructions,
aLnd the story of their wonderful sue-
: ess.j
Sif you don't think it is the niftiest,
Mcest. daintiest Powder Puff that You
e'ver set your eyes on, and an easy,
sleasrint wiay of making money, send A
' t back and your money .will be e
4urned without question.
Christmas is rapidly approaching.
j)elay costs money. Order sample to-
Address, Madame Dalin, 304 North.
~Chicago Ave., Freeport, Illinois.
Xmas Greetings
SXmlas Greetings
SAll fresh and new
Select Now!

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Oreliestra--$2.75

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Balcony-$1.10, $1.65i, $2.10

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