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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1924

i HF MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDY, OTOBR 5,192 i iE~ MCHIAN DILYPAG1E FIVE

,c i "It is as easy for Helen to mem-
AgoR. SENDS DELE[G9ATES Blind, Deaf'Mut or'ze five of six: measures as it is*
Girl V~jns PraiZse for you to learn as many sentences,"~
s2.ys hrmother.
I NNUAL CONFERENEE ~- - . - - Although Helen lives in a world of
her own she is perfectly happy and
4The annual conference of the Mich- contented. She has a keen sense of
gan haper f te Daghtrs f te -humor and believes that she is more
meicnReoutorws edtis-ifortunate than normal people who
fay, Wednesday and Thursday of lastae am rdbytevyfcuis
week at St. Joseph and Bent on liar-f { s which she has never possessed.
hor.- Election of state officers occur-c°
red at this time. The delegates from / --.
i ere were Miss Lucy Chapin and Mrs.
t. R. Stoneman. a
'',e dlegap'tes[ from here wecre - f~

Notices I,

Lectures given by the/ dean of wo-
,ihen begin at 7 o'clock, promptly. All
lectures will be given in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
University Girls' Glee club will ad-
,miit a limited number of School of
Music students this year. Tryouts
for women having the equivalent of
one year's credit in music will be

gld at 4 o'clock tomorrow in room
216i, School of Music.
jUniversity Girls' Glee club sang
group of college songs at the Kiwanis
dinner Friday evening at Barbour
gymnasium,
Tryouts for the annual Masques
play, "Bonds of Desire," by Benevente,
will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock Wed-
nesday and Thursday in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. The book is on re-I
serve in the lower study hall of the
Library and members are requested,
to read the book and select their
parts before trying out.

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t?.rtained, by the Algonquin chapter.
,r;ong the notable ,people' attending,
ie conference were Mi-s. James If.
tansfield, national registrar generalR
t Washington; Mrs. Theodore
trawn, state regent from Florida.
ORTARBOARD CONDUCTS
SALEOF FRENCH GLOVES
,.,Mortarboard sale o1~ gloves is now
,leing, conducted by members of the
society. These gloves, ordered direct-f
ly from France, will be on display in
$rcnt of University hall from 2 to 51
o'clock, tomorrow, Tuesday and Wed-
).esday. Members of the Mortarboard
Society will be there to take orders.
rders may also be phoned to Mar:'
aret beal, '25 at 2548. They must
~Je in by Wednesday night.
Dormitories and sororities were
~anvassed Friday and Saturday. This
tarnpaign is for the benefit of thej
'Wonman's League.
Tea For Freshmen
4Women Tomorrow
rAll freshmen women are invited to
,attend the' annual tea given from 41
4to G o'Ocock tomorrow is the parlours
,of Heleni Newberry residence. Invi
~tations have been issued to allre
Icorded freshimen women.

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E'llen )May 3artini
fleen Alay Martin of this town in
all the 30 year,, of her life has never'
heardI a sound or seen1 l single object,
yet she haY been touring Kansas for
the last year11 giving" piano recitals
and con1cer ts inl 1 be schools "and be-
fore civic org;anizations.
IBorn deaf, blind and mute, Helen
nevertheless places h er lingers on lI
1 iano keys with a fir} , sure touchI
and play., in pierfet tininC, with as
absolute a know~ledge of whet she is
doing as if the notes, line:; and spaces
which she Ims nev('tr sceen were beforeO
her.
Until for^.e yearsag ele"n was
just a girl «1i(11oa1.tl1 ree of the miost
highly prized liil~n i ia (1tie>s whlose
mnother Im..d bra vely iiulerta ken the
task of t iving her .Il thie contacts
with life it 'ras though1t possible for'
her1 to have,. ioday sire is a humiani
phenomenon.
"'Ih most wonderful girl in thel
,orld," [Va'U-rewski cazl l her after
lie had metl".her Onlhis a sttour.

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I - illRSHFILL 12EILA PROUCICJC
)DOR6HYVCRf7lPt
of HflDDO1IHAiLL"

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Priced $6.50 to $10.50
One of these electric heaters can [ie
used to give comforting heat wherie,-r
there's an ordinary light socketwfir
reach. A touch of the button, C411d
autumn chill disappears. Cost little to
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A tempest of Love ar d Ancger based upon the romantic novel
by Charles M,, jor--hearalcd as M-, ry Pickford's masterpiece.
It is as big as it is beautiful. It will thrill you with its breath-
less action, and please you with its subtle comnedy.
In my jtl(genent,
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Iladdon Hal"is the
best Jpictulre I have
ev7erina(Idc.
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