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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1924 tiHE MICHIGAN DAILY}

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'NURSES PUBLICATION ART SECTION,'SOSOS -- i'Read the Want ,As
TO APPEARTHIS MOdNH WOODBLOCKING CLASS N'OTICES j

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UNAOR LAYTRYOUTS
W111 3IN TOMOROW:
9Al chairmen of Junior Girls' play
Scommittees will meet at 3 o'clock to-
committee will meet at 3 o'clock to-j
4i Miss Amy Loomis, '22, will arriveE
'.In the city tomorrow morning, in or-
Mier to be present at the tryouts for
"the play which will be held from 3 to
s o'clock, tomorrow, Thursday, and'
r, Friday, in Sarah Caswell Angell hal.
At the suggestion of Miss Loomis,
Sno sorority pins may be worn to the
.tryouts. No one may try out who has
not paid her play tax of $1.00. Those
who have not paid should come to the
tryouts prepared to do so.
All women should come prepared to
sing and dance and those who -wishj
4 to try for leads should prepare to!
#speak as for a dramatic society try-
ont.
Record Conditions
Of Married Women
InlIndustryl
y The women's department of the IT.
xi S department of labor made some in-!
vestigations recently into the condi-
tionsgoeng married women in in-
dustry. According to the 1920 census
there were 1,920,281 married women
who were gainfully employed. The
Swomen's bureau studied the records
SWhich the census had taken in one
Sindustrial town and found that about
half the women who were employed
were married, there being more than
4,000 married women earning money
in this one community.
; Twothrds of these women wereI
mothers who had children less than
rive years old. About half these moth-
ers earned money at home by taking
in boarders or doing laundry work.
The other half worked in factories or
mills. Only one woman in 20 was able
to pay some one to care for her cli-
dren while she was away. Sometimes
the father worked at night and caret~
for the children during the day, some-
times a neighbor, landlady or relative
kept an eye on the children while the
mother. was at work. Almost every
one of the wmen interviewed by th
bureau agents cooked, cleaned ani
washed for her family besides work-
ing for wages outside the home.
Low wages for the fathers are said
lto be at the bottom of the situation
.and remedy, according to Miss Mary
N. Winslow, 'of the department, is to
make It possible for the normal mar-
ried man to support his family ac-
cording to a decent 'American stand-
ard of living. Then the prolem 01
the employement of married women t
will take care of itself.
Large Percentage
'Of Women Sign
For Basketball
"Our enrollment in basketball as an
elective sport Is in a larger proportion
Fthan any other college Z know," said:
Dr..Margaret Bell, of the departmentj
of physical education. "More thanG
250 women have signed up for inter-,
class basketball, while 26 teams are,
coming, out for interhouse practice.
8Only in the junior and senior classes
are any duplications allowed. The
freshmen and sophomores show the
greatest enrollment in the class prac-
tices"
Miss Pauline Sage, secretary of the
Foyer for foreign students which is
tlocated in Chicago, was entertained
Rat luncheon at the Green Tree inn
Monday noon by Miss Grace Richards
assistant to the dean of women. Miss
Mary Ross and Miss Helen Bishop
were also guests of Miss Richards.

Encourages Women
in Law To Marry

iDelegal
state co
L~eaguec
in Detroi
Mrs. G. N
local orp
Langford
are as fc
Mrs. Om;
der, '26.
president
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left whet
Europei
Busine:
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Ma\Iking its second apearAnce of the M4emibers of the art Asection of the
WOME TDITT ENDYear, the Scalpel, a publication of-tho NFaculty Women's club will meet at
W M N T AlEN nurses of the Uiest Training 2,30o'cockt.,oday atthe hneo Mrs.
E0 YOER EEIGietue o spcalbn the right side of Hill street,be
Ltes from Ann Arbor to the; an article on "Nur~es a -a ~h. h section is sponsoring a serisn
inference of the *Michigan nicians" by Dr. Preston M. 1-cey, .of instruction leesons in woodl block-
edlucational director of the school, aad ugIh the direction of A. G. Pel-'
)f WmenVotrs t behel an article on "Medical Illustr-ations", ikiii, of the school of archiitecture
it today and tomorrow are by Miss Emily Perry. of the Vntve rslt) the next lesson will be at 3:30 o'-
W. Patterson, president of the; hospital, who is one of the few people *lioek tomoarrow at the Faculty \t'a
ganization, and Mrs. Theron; in the country engaged in such illus- i meh.s clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls
, president-elect. Alternates trative wrik. The rest of the ti.4,a . t~o, any tnme3s of the club are
ollows: Mrs. Ruth Buchanan, (ziflC will be devoted to accounts 'or I~u heJ w hismscrs
tar Harrison, and VoltKid- suetaciiis;uha tesu e epct hito later use the designs on;
Mrs. Langford was elected! governmirent, the niurses- Y. W.C.. ..abrics.
t of *the local branch last Fri- and social activities. _____________
ill the vacancy which will bei This magazine is unique, in that it1l+
n Ms.Pateso lavs oris the only one on campus edited .6W T1o10 emo)trt
inJanuary. ;clusively bywomn..Three qurterily jI F no 'm r w
sss meetings will occupy the magazines appear each yen r. while the' ± o oro
porionof heconerece o-fourth, which is considerably ~~r

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Poes marrige give women dignity,
sonority of voice and sureness of ges-
ture? It is a good subject for (debate.
Mlle. Lucille Tynaire, France's young-
est woman lawyer, advocates marri-
age for women of the legal pjrofession
at least. She insists that only through
sympathetic con tact with their hus-
band(s---wh o must also be lawyers-
can women attain the desirable qual-
ities mentioned above that are so es-
sential to the success of the modern
Portia.
Be that as it may, there are now
about 100 women lawyers at the Paris
bar as against 50 in 1920. The male
lawyers in France show the greatest.
respect to the women who haire join-
ed their ranks and admire their abil-
ity. Men place their cases in the
bands of women with the greatest
con fid(en ce.

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day. Headquarters will be at the IIs in the form of a year-book., It s. 'W ei Lstei'ested in the sport of
Women's City club. Mrs. Carrie Chap- 'finaniced entirely by the student nurs-' fe4(Atj ari'fted to attend the dem-
man Catt will speak at the banquetes. Dorothy Hewitt, , is ,manaaging onstrt *.-wich *ill be given at 4
tonight at Hotel Statler. Tomorrow (eclitor". The nest quarterly will apip 'vl C, t~florrow,. in Barbour gym-
at 2 o'clock, Mliss Julia Lathrop will in March. la siu1 . A. limited number will then
speak on "The Children's Amendment." W hqalowe4t to nigh. up for instruction
Mrs. Craig Miller, state president or I (a ten aTo Ii+ 4iLg.The, work, wilt require a
Marshall, will preside at the confer- . flt 1 W 10 of preliminaty drill beforeM
ence.! Campuzas A c ivities1 tiw te# will be ready to use the
t 10 d nly those, who are interest-!
" e4 to keeping up the course through-
Business W~omen Women's campus activftijos Dilli . t' b ido esn eysg p
j the subject discussed by, the meowmy in p
M1Yeet At Windsor 1 of Athena literary society '.aMtS AGEHON RE
--io'clock tngtin tercu o i ISr, . O O E
Business and professional women of the Literary building. Th+ foTo*tu3
Michigan met at 1 o'clock Sunday at is a list of speeches: Pro pose48YS= ', *P"uIne gage was entertained
the Prince FEdwards hotel, Windsor, tems for Junior Girls, Play,' p d dt er Mo4ay,. at the Martha Cook
Canada for dinner. More than 175' Clarke, '26; Senior Girl.o' Pla , ;Fh~t'-. bt i1 i gstxbe'guest of Miss Yi Fangj
women attended including 13 women ence McComb, '25; L egislatIot onir'W'- ,04. MXW ,Sage is the p>articular
from the Woman's, Business club of men. Catherine Clark, '36; 'WoVul4 ;gfrjep4 of the foreign women and re-
Ann Arbor and representatives from national organization simiI1a , ttl trn o the :University of, Michigan
Muskegon, Ionia, Grand Rapids, Jack- Athena be advisable? Dorotbk j)cntey, ev* rj year'to renew ,old acquaintanc-
son, and Ypsilanti. } '26; The new literary glob, l prr- es an~d lp#,et theo, near foreign stu-
Short talks were given by the pres-I sibilities in other directions', V grhul debit s he W. 11. be. the guest at the
idents of the various local societies, C Starr, '28. , 1 ,. ,p o ld idng Monday even-
including remarks by Miss Katherine ( I;nr tecar,
Tuomy, president of the Woman's Th music section of the ,Fa cuty i~iad'usa.
Business club of this city. The honor- Women's club will meet at 8 01+ *k n l ,mpor)tant meeting of the Xni-'
ary vice president from Detroit acted tomorrow at the Chii Onizega.tr~bse;'j Veystty Gilrls' Glee club will be held at
as toastmistress at the dinner. The polyphonic element In. music W)1; } 4;,$0 o'e~ok tpday in room 3y05,
be discussed and illustr ated. WP~f uIC,

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i Dr. MVary R. Minniss
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