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MICHIGAN DA

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IVILIIIULHiJIII UI i L
TO START TUESDAY
Organized Houses Will Be Solicited
During Three bay Michigan;
League Campaign+
EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO
ENROLL ALL SENIOR WOMEN
Every organized house will be solic-
ited on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of this week in the under-
graduate life membership campaign-
of the University of Michigan League.
According to Charlotte Blagdon, '25,
who is chairman of the membership
drive, co-operation on the part of the
women of the University will be ex-.
pected, since this year they have
been called on so little to raise money
for the League building fund. Ap-
proximately .3000 women are enrolled
in the University at the present time,
only a small percent of whom are
holding life memberships. The motto'
of the drive, "Every Senior a Mem-
ber," is especially emphasized, butI
the committee .believes that the under-
graduate women recognize their obli-
gation in the matter also.j
Life memberships, which are $50,
may be paid in full at the time they
are secured or in installments of $10.{
Letters containing complete inform-
ation regarding the campaign have
been sent to the house presidents andj
special engagements -will be made by
committee members with each house'
so that when the various solicitation1
calls are made every resident will be
able to attend. Booths will also be
placed in the Library and in Univer-!
sity hall for the convenience of those'
who are 'not reached by the canvass-
ers.
Nurses To Give Tea Today
The entire Nurses' Training school
is giving a tea from 4 to 6 o'clock'
today in honor of Miss Ella E. McNeil,'
assistant to the superintendent of
nurses, Miss Magna Tillotson and
Miss Ariel Cargo who are leaving the*
University. They have been active in!
welfare work among the nurses.
It's true efficiency to use Dally
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t ;told how these zones couild -be deter-
M asques To Hold mined.Thefirstethodcosistsof
Tryout This Week the historic prediction: where there JUIJI IILI LL
have been earthquakes, there will be
in the future. The second niethod is
Tryouts for Masques dramatic soc- .by the use of instruments to measure
iety will be held from 3 to 5:30 o'clock earthquakes anywhere they may oc-
on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday cur. The theory of earthquakes was PROFESSOR BRULM TO GIV
of this week. explained by Professor. Iobbs by an STRU'CTION IN LYRIC
Women who desire to try-out are illustration and account of a machine 'WRITING
requested to report on the first day' which may be compared to the earth's
if possible and secure a number. In crust and its action under strained Junior women who are intere
this way, the try-outs can be divided ! conditions.
evenly into the three days and save "Every great earthquake begins bywriting lyrics and music for th
time. The requirements for this try- a terrific shock," concluded Professor for Girls' play to be given Mar
out consist in having a short select- Hobbs, 'during the first day and in 19, 20, 21, and 22, at the Whitne
ion prepared to sgive on this occasion.fact during the first. week and months, ater, are asked to attend a r
All active members of the society many shocks appear. The time to'be at 4 o'clock tomorrow, in Sara:
are requested to be present at these afraid in an earthquake country i, well Angell hall. At this time,
try-outs. when there are no shocks. Light John R. Brumm, of the journalif
shocks prove that the strain of the partment, will read the acceptec
earth's crust is being released." uscript, and' will give final instru
Dr. M. E. Elliot, of the near East in the writing of music and lyri
A, A. W. HEARS KOrelief movement' gave a brief talk at the play.
the meeting,'in which she described Those women who were pres
some of 'her expriences in Turkey the 'last meetting of lyric and
.ORA and the surrounding country where writers, are asked to come ton
she has practised ii the hospitals for and bring their completed numb
Speaking before an audience of 85 the last five years. order that they may see how t
university women, Professor William The next meeting of the American into the play. All other junic
association of university women will men interested in writing song
H. Hobbs, head of ;he geology depart- be 'held Feb. 2. especially asked to be present in
ment gave an illustrated lecture on __that they may start work immec
"Predictions of Earthquakes" yester- Engugement Announced after receiving instructions. Th
day afternoon in Helen Newberry Announcement was made at a din- mittee urges everyone to con-
residence. Lantern slides aided in ner at the Kappa Kappa QGamma house if possible.
the vivid description of Professor last night of the engagement of Aman- The cast and choruses for th
Hobbs when he stated. various ac- da E. McKinney, '28, to Lucian F. will be selected in the near futur
counts of the ruins in the recert Sweet, '24L. Miss McKinney was rehearsals will start imme
Japan earthquake as well as the graduated from the University last thereafter.
earthquake in India in 1997 and the June and while in oollege was a mem-
one in California in 1906. ber of the Kappa Kiappa .Gamma sor- Women's Club to Reopen Tomo
Incidents such as the displacement ority. Sweet is a memhber of the Tri- The activities of the Faculty
of huge trees, piers and fences were gon club. men's will be resumed with t
described and illustrated on the ---- -- opehing of the clubhouse, 225
screen. This series of so called faults Patronize The Dallt Advertisers. Ingalls street tomorrow. Mrs.
included the interesting Paishiko
Fault. (t l i 9ill llllIIilill llllllilllllillli
Professor Hobbs also outlined the
two danger zones of earthquakes and WASHINGTON
SPECIAL POR 3 BIG ACTS OF
STODDARD SATURDAY AND A NDAY VAUDEVILLE
HAIR SHOP PLENTI YOF LATGHS-SINGING-DANCING
GREETINGS -ALSO-
Try our Milk Pack for beauti-t LON CHANEY in " NA T
fying the complexion. Ask us.
about our system for manicur- SPECIAL LATE SHOWI
nA1TI7NG AT 10:15 SHARP
MARCELLING SPECIAL MUSIC FOR SUNDAY
Phone 2652 701 N. University.u An tre Change of Program
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D.. Mitchell will be assisted as hos- ! regular meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday
tess by Mrs. Albert E. White, Mis. Or-. in the Faculty's Women's club house.
lando W Stephenson, Mrs. Maurice F. Me
Johnson, Mrs. Floyd E. Bartell, Mrs. Mummers will meet at 4 o'clock
Grover C. Griswold, and Mrs. Louis A. Tuesday at the Gamma Phi Beta house,
Hopkins. 1520 South University avenue.
E IN. The regular weekly tea given for
the graduate women will be resumed
from 4 to 5 o'clock Tuesday at Betsy
Q CBarbour house. Miss Fandira Crocker
ted in Isand Miss Jane Sharpe, of the Univer-
sity library, will be hostesses.
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There will be a meeting

of theI

Freshman Girls' Glee club at 4 o'clock
tomorrow in the middle parlor of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
The Freshman Spread. committee
will meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday in Bar-
bour gymnasium. This meeting is'im-
portant and all .members are urged
to attend.
The Michigan Dames, will hold a

Dr. Elliott to Speak Today
Dr. M. E. Elliott, of the Near East
relief movement, will speak at 10 o'-
clock this morning in the Presbyterian
church. Dr. Elliott has spent the last
few years working fin hospitals in
Turkey, and the surrounding country.
She will give an account of some of
her experiences this morning.

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THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Strect
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