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eE 2,194THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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asked to meet at
Which is located on
in back of the new

the field house
fourteenth street
nurse's home.

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DR, MARGARET BELL.
Is Made Full Professor In Physical
Education and Hygiene
At University
DR, BELL ITERESTED IN
TEACRER'S TRAINING COURSE

Now Professor

WOMEN'S ENROLLMENT
REACHES 170 MARK
Enrollment of women in the IJni-
versity up to date has reached the
1,780 mark. This figure excludes all
women who have registered in the.
medfcal, graduate and nursing
1schools.
All entering freshman and sopho-
more women have been required to
take a physical examination' before
completing their registration. The
system of directing these examina-
tions has been changed this year in
an. effort to have a more complete
record 'of every entering woman. An.
increase in the staff of doctors who
carry on the examination work has
helped totsimplify the method, ac-
ycording to 'directors of the depart-
ment.
handed in during' this, time will re,.
ceive the same consideration that
have already been turid In.

Members of the leadership commis-
sion of the Y. W. C. A. will meet at
4 o'clock Thursday in Newberry hall.
Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabi-
net will hold a luncheon meeting at
12 o'clock Thursday in Newberry hall.
Women will meet at the hour they
have elected to take gymnasium work
in Barbour gymnasium on Tuesday
according to their classifications.
They may wear street clothes.
Wonhen who desire to assist in
coaching any of the sports are re-
quested to call at the physical educa-
tion office in Barbour gymnasium on
September 23, 24, or 25 between 2 and'
5 o'clock.

Sophomore and Senior advisors are
requested to report at Barbour gym-
nasium as soon as possible and look
up their advisees. The list will be
placed on the bulletin board In the
gymnaium.
Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Ruth -Morey '25,
to Lloyd Eisele '25 on Monday at the
Alpha Oniircon Pi house of which
Morey is a member.
Notice

cA(tIled:
"Guard the child's i

Those tiny teeth are
a priceless gift -
guard them well!

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We
kinds

clean and rebiocx hats of all
for women. Have that little

'con

. Margaret Bell,, physician to the
h service, has been advanced to
professorship in physical educa-
and hygiene. During the 'past
Dr. 'gBell has been especially
erred wih the pro otion of the
teacher's training course in phy-
education from which four sen-
were graduated last year. This
the staff has been re-enforced
the curriculum rearranged to
an extent as' to: enableĀ° the
ent course in physical education
mpete with the best colleges in
country.
w registrants in the department
hiysical education have been re..
'd to submit to an academic aver
)t r bid tpass an examination
o 8 an to p s an e a i ai ntheir ability to undertake the'
se as offered. Some 50 women.
enrolled in the teaching school,
4ysical education. The course is"
fichlt, one, Dr. Bell states, for it
res in addition to the academic{
a greater part of which- is!
ce many laboratory hours de-
l to motor training.
ss Louise Patterson of the Uni-
ty of California has been ap-
4d to assist in the direction of
professional school. Miss Jer-
e Gulot, formerly headof the de-
[ent of physical education at .
ern State Normal, has accepted'
nporary position in this depart-
. She, will. deal largely With the
ssional students. Miss Louise
e, graduate of Smith who later
ved her master's degree at 'Wel-
is a specialist in individual
Ls,5icst and will have charge of
otrective work and modified ac-
es. Miss Janet Cummins, of the!
erelty of Wisconsin, will direct
lasses in dancing.
ysical Ed. Club
C6 Give Tea Today
oming physical education stu-
will be entertalaned at tea this
ioon between the hours of 4 and
6k by-tle members--of the Phy-
education club: The party ll
4d in Sarah Cp swell Angell hal'

Any junior women who are still port FetHat cleaned and reblocked
writing Junior Girl's plays should ;to look spang new. We do only High
communicate with orman Bickrell, Olass work. Factory Hat Store, 617
29 46J. 'Plays Will be accepted for Packard St. Where .D. U. R. stops at
sm tee State St. You will always find our
READ TE M1ICAWAN DAILY add on page four of the Daily.

WRIGLEY'S is a wonderful help to keep
clean and sound, for it clears out the cre
makes the mouth sweet and removes acid
ditions from which most people suffer.

lip.

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OVELY evening gowns.
that interpret acCurately
and charmingly the autumnf
mode are in black and colors.
$45 to $85.
SECOND FLOOR:

A prominent physician says:
how free from decay the teeth
using gum after each ,meal."

"It issu
can be I

Dr. Margaret Bell
Dr. Margaret Bell, physician to the
health service, who has 'been ad- i
vanced to full professorship .in phy-
sical education and hygiene.
where music will be furnished for
dancing.
Women Requested,
To Hand In Plays
Junior women who are interested
in writing manuscripts for the Junior
Girl's play are requested to consult
the general chairman at 2946-J con-
cerning the essential features of the
play. Manuscripts will be accepted
for a month or more. Plays that are

Notices

WRIGLEY'S is good, not only for the teeth, b
for the nerves and appetite and digestion, too.

The executive board of the Wo-
men's Athletic association will meet
at 5 o'clock on Wednesday, Oct. x.
All sport managers are requested to
draw up tenta'tive plans for their
sports and submit them at that time.
Officers -of Athena society will
meet at 7:30 o'clock' todayt in Helen
Newberry residence.
Senior and sophomore interclass
hockey practise -will be held t 4
o'clock Wednesday on Palmer field.
Frcshmen and junior practice will
take place at 5 o'clock. Women are

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The whole family should use

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DANCING

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SAME QUAITY'

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WHITMORE LAKE

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The Lake House Pavilion
Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Music by
Al Strauss and his University Orchestra

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STATE at JACKSON-CHICAGO

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Alexander

Paul

Strauss

(Formerly Director of the Michigan Union Orchestra)

Now conducting his own orchestra. Music furnished for all occasions at

popular rates.

For information call or write

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C. L. LUNDQUIST

920 Lincoln

Phone 3491-M

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We are Headquarters for

Suede Leather

Jackets

TOWER'S SLICKER COATS
Cravenettes, Topcoats and Reevers

College

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BLANKETS

Auto Robes, and Steamer.Rugs

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Wool Shirts, Heavy Plaids, Corduroy and Outing Shirts.
Hiking Shoes, High-Top Moccasin 'Packs, Puttees, etc.

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for College Men
n the Lytton College Shop
IN a separate room-distinctly apart from the rest of our great
young men's floor-The Lytton Cc liege Shp has become a
very definite factor in the eyes of college men. Catering exclu,
sively to their wishes-in an atmosphere as individual as the
smallest shop-it has introduced the last. word in Clothes
correctness with the accompanying economies that our great
volume of business permits.

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Breeches in large assortment, Over-Alls and Cover-Alts for shop use,
Alarm Clocks, in fact many needs of college men.

It will pay you to walk a few blocks

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