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"THE M!CHIGAN DAT LY

Wo e HOUSES GIYF LTTLE
Iota Sigma Pi will '1 f ( t at EPNET B~
,clock tonight in Martha Cook build-j INDEJTENDENT W ME N SUBSCIRIBE
Fri Prt~ ~ r A [1v IV va

The program, the topic of which is
the Ku Klux Klan, is in the charge
of Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh, '27, and
the principal speakers are Lydia
B~aird, '24, Juna Barnes, '25, Dell 1w
Ho-land, '24, and Margaret Milnes, '26. E
Woman Taining,
To Defend "Shoe"
Title In Tourney!

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All members of Mortarboard are
requested to attend an important meet-
Sing to be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight
at the Chi Omega house.
Women who hle been taking the
club leaders' training course under the
auspices ~of ~the University Y. W. C.
A. are asked to meet at 7 o'clock~
this evening in the Upper room
of Lane hall for a discu sslon of the
examination outline. The examina-I
tion on the course will be givan with-'
fi the next few weeks.
January fledges ror the Y' . C. . A.
are now due and may be paid at the
office of Newberry hall.
All athletic mranagers of houses,
swill have their picture taken at 12:15I
o'clock -today in Barbour, gymnas-
ium.
Basketball managers for the inter-
house tournament should turn in toi
?Miss Erley a list of teams and sub-
stitutes in the tournament as soon as
possible.
The Girls' Mandolin clu~b will meet
at G o'clock tdy nNewberry,
hall. toayi

if NJ{ ABERS~i PSF
Or'ganized houses on the campus are
not responding to the nlembeef ihip
campaign of the University of Mich-
igan League as they should,. according
to a statement which was made yes-
terday by Charlotte 7 lagdon,, '25,
chairman of the mem~bership commit-l
tee. Most of the ne~v memberships
have been subscribed for by the inde-,
penident women. Groups are urged to;
remember that after the drive has
been comipleted a chiart is to be made
out showig the relative- rating of
the various houses.
Those houses which are aspiring to-
Iward belonging to the Honor council
in, the future, will be interested to'
know that the response which they
have shown in this project will be
taken into consideration when the
new council is selected. The drive
closes tonight.
MasquesTrot s
Continue Today, F
Over 150 women have applied for'
memberships in Masques dramatic
society, according to the registration
figures obtained in the fall of the
year and the tryouts yesterday.
The tryouts wvill continue from 3 to'

her health, character, ability, andI "At one time," explained Dr. Elliot, She spent her days guiding womene
Ci ohrshipa and' a statement as to! "we had 450 typhus and smallpox children through a blinding sn
A~~~ 1.Un ~OFP wehler ofhthis arelorwshiex cases from the regici surrounding the storm to safety.
ofths eloshp 5 x MBack Sea, where, di e to the unsani-I Dr. Elliot is lecturing in Ann Art
rrlin mrIn potd to submit a report to Mrs. tary living conditions, these diseasesi nefr obigbfr h
Bakr te cairan f te cmmiteQare prevalent. Many things are need-
:t the end of her year of study. edfrteeptet, otne r dents of the University and the rE
The Ryder fellowship, a fellowship { Elliot, "and the American people are' dents of Ann Arbor, the need of1
with an annual award of $200.00 has Dr."i iabel EllotNbuyingsteefsuppl es through the tpeople mIn he a r at andtoe Ine
benannounced by the Americ~an NerEsReif"ettmInhewkofher
beeciin ofuiestywmn n,; scusses Near When the French were defeated by committee. She will speak at 10
Asoito'fuiest oei the Turks at Marash, Greece, Dr. El- Sunday, Jan., 13 in the 'Presbyter
addition to those already, announced 'East Conditions Ihlot was without food for three days. church.
in a previous issue of The Daily._____________________________________
Women wishing to make application _________________________________
for the fellowship should address ap- "Thousands' of. refugees. are now
plication and recommendations to living in the crudely built huts situ-
Cambridge, Mass., not later thin, deavor to keep warm with, nothing I
March 1, 1924. None can be accepted but open fires," stated Dr. Mabel E.
after that date. ( Elliot, who is now in Ann Arbor in ,
Ta e anl tnt ofaplcthen appli cn;theFiveryeasgoDeNerElslileft.JAIN U AR AE
then l acotter of plctio h ouapldcn-the ineretfthyearsaoD.Easit Rlief. . AY AE
educational training and statement of Michigan to take, charge of the medi- '
the plan of study or, research she; cal refug ee work at Athens, under:
Iwishes to pursue. It should include I the, auspices of the Near East .Relief3
a certificate from the registrar of the:; commission and the American' Wo-
college or university awarding theZ men's hospital Association. On Mac-
degree received by the applicant to- ronnessi island,: off' the shores of
gether with a statement of her college I Greece, she was instrumental in the ;
record. This, statement should be ac-° opening of the world's largest contag- !
companied by, two testimonials as to ions hospital. . N
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All women interested ''in education 5o'0clock today and tomorrow. All
are invited to attend a party given Ly women desiring to tryout are urged
the Women's Educational club which to report as soon as possible and pro-
will be held from 7:30 to 9 o'clock! cure a niumber. The tryout will con-
this evening ,in the" parlors-"of. ar.- sist of a two or three, minute. reading
bour ymnaium.given by the Prospective member.
All women who are working on the PORTIA SOCIETY
University of Michigan League drive! TO MEET TONIGHT
are expected to report to Charlotte
Blagdon, '25, between 2:15 and 4:.15
o'clock today In Barbour gymnasium. Members of the Portia literary soc-
iety will meet at 7:15 o'clock tonight
All sophomores who are interested[ in room 302 Mason. hall, Dates will
in trying out for class, basketball be decided upon fo~r the election of
teams are asked to be at Barbour gym-I officers and for the taking of the
nasium at 4:15 o'clock on Mondays' oit' itr o h ihgnn
a~n at7:1 o'loc onThusdas, sian. Anyone who cannot attend is
and t 715 'clck o Thrsdys. requested to call Charlotte Bladgon,
~Aoi4~'o~ ~nfa~lm fi' ~ hrn'25 at 2597.

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Mrs. Join F. FranciscoI
CMrs. John F. ,Francisco, national wo-
man's horseshoe pitching champ, is
preparing to defend her title in the
mid-winter tourney to be staged at St.
Petersburg, Fla., shortly. Mrs. Fran-
Cisco, a Michigan woman, won herj
crown at the summer meet in Cleve-l
land, 0., against a score o fwomen !
pitchers.

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which were not handed in before vaca-
Stion should be turned i at once at the
office of the dean of women.
Interhouse basketball teams will ;
play the first games of the, season's I
topurnamnent at 4 o'clock today in ear-
bour..gymnaslmum. At that time Pi.
Bleta Phi will play Pi Kappa, Delta'
SGamma. will play Chi Omega, andf;
Gamma Phi Beta will pla'y Theta Phi
Alpha.

aLlist isoefthe 'most notable
the Ballet Ruise 'and, for the operas, and, plaps of Gabriel'
figures in the modern art world. As designer of costumes for'
D'Annunziq he. bas won r 4pe , shablc famhe.
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ANNXOUNCE ENGAGEMENT 1111111'It~'q~li( M y
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M4rs. Barbara Wells annoulnced the I
cnw~enu of her daughtr, Gladys;.
'22L, at tea 1iueslay giv n at the .:
home of 1i .Vv chis oni Ea,- Liherty i_
Miss Wells received. her A.B. degree '= h e, ' ']' e"
from North Carolina college in 1921. .:~
She is a member of Collegiate Sorosis
-Is N o w V ogue
and at the present time is assistant
manager of the Michigan Law Review.; a
Mr. Ringer received his A.B. degree.'--
from Indiana university in, 1919. He_ ______F____ atent-
is a member of Gamma Eta Gamma
fraternity. Hie is now a member of - _ \ Leather
the law firm of Ringer and Ringer of wt ag
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