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PAOE F(YUUTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1924

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women

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WomenAnd Their Interest In Campus Work

By Marguerite Diitton deal of difference in the signing of
"Greater interest is being shown by 1slips. From the 13>0 tryouts 15 ac-
the women this year in campus or- tive and 15 associate members were
ganizations and activities than in any 'chosen.
previous year," is the universal comn- Miss Norah H-unt, director of the
ment of every organization. University Girls' Glee club, said that
The Women's Athletic Association Inever had there been keener interest
reports a one third increasc in mem - in glee club work than this year. She
bership now totaling 700 memhcrs and said that it is partly due to the fact
more enthusiasm in athletics of all that they are taking a limited num-
sorts. ber of school of music girls, only
Literary societies, dramatic and eight this year, and partly to the ex-
msalclubs, student Christian sso eln, acopa2t7.doye i-
ciatlons and publications e ams socent acopaitG7.oye ~l
repeat the statement. Various rea-. The Y. W. C. A. memnbership has de-
sons are given for the increase of in- creased one third in the last two years
terest but they all emphasize the fact as the result of a decision to take in
that the students are awake to the only those vitally interested in Y. W.
activities on campus and are eagerly C- A. work, striving for quality of
participating, character.
sce ofa .vts prvied f1or all pie of interest ws sho wn when 105
types of girls," stated Marianna of the 109 presidents of sororities,
Smaalley, '25, president. Many less dormitories, and houses on the cam-
complicated games are being played. pus attended the supper given for
There is a chance for individual play' them by Dean Jean Hamilton recently.
in tennis, archery, pageantry and The publications departments ex-
dancing. The type of teaching this press the same opinion. Professor
year is well suited to the need. Miss IRoy W. Cowden, speaking at a recent
Germaine Gujot of Western State Nor- staff meeting of Whimsies, said that
mal school, at Kalamazoo, who is Ith ere was much more interest shown
studying for her master's degree in this year; and according to Ellen Van
education here, is helping to direct Zandt, '26, one of the editors, there
the. work with Miss Janet Cummings is between 40 and 50 per cent rise
and Miss Louise R. Howe, who is a in interest judging by the manuscripts
specialist in corrective work. This that came in to the office.
year rpore elective work has abeen of- Michigan Chimes find ready cooper-
fered and better equipment provided. ation and a more generous willing-
The field house, well furnished and ness on the part of the faculty to
comfortable has become a center of contribute than ever before. The
interest. TlIt eh management of tecampus interest is keener. Many
teams by a class member has brought persons responded to the one call
more cooperation between the classes made for tryouts. "Interest cannot he

the requisite literary and moral
LONDONSOCIETY REVIVES AS LABOR CABINET RETIRES yqnal fic tions.
Ti. il i. ~ r r I ormtores or halls of residence for
rrominent Ladies Include American-born M~archioness Uf Curzon wmen which are the result of pri-
_____________________________- -~ __ - ____ ____-~ _______________ ______ate___gifts.___Marvathgifs.okrthu ookiuildng no
~~~South UIniversity avenue was given
lby the Cook famnily of Hillsdale in
memory of their mother. Helen New-
T berry residence on South State street
is the memorial to Helen Handy New-
berry, the wife of John S. Newberry,
'47, given b~y her children, Trruman
H. Newberry, Johji S. Newberry, and
Helen Newberry Joy.
These two dormitories were openeI
in 1916. len Newberry residlence
was originally supposedl to function
in connection with Newberry hall but
this Dlan was albandoned before the
opening of the hall for residence. The
Martha Cook building is Tudor Gothic
in architecture built at a cost of over
$700,000. Accommodations are pro-
vided for 117 women. The large plot
of ground adjoining was given by Mr.
William W. Cook, '80, 'S2L, now of
the new La clubh also.This h nand
was given to the University on con-
dition that it should always be a gar-
y den. The function of a dormitory, as
planned, was to t~urnish a home for
college women that should be uplift-
ing in 'arehitectural design.
Helen Newberry residence is some-
what less elaborate. The original
cost was $100,000 and there is room
for 82 women. Betsy Barbour house
on South State street was the gift of
the Ex-Regent Levi L. Barbour, '63,
'65L, of Detroit. It is somewhat simi-
London official society, somnewliai the sociad rvia are: Above (let to council. Below. Lady Worthington- desig taHn housyesidwoen Mr.
repressed during the regime of the rigt ), Mirs. Winston Churchill, wife Evans (left) whose husband is war Barbour is now he oldest m emberr o
Labor cabinet, is blossoming out of the ninister of the exchequer; Mrs. .minister, and Mrs. Austen Chamber- the Detroit bar He ha aenmr
again, now that the Consrevatives are 4> anlay iBaldwin, wife of the premier; lain,' wife of the foreign affairs mmn- ious gifts to the Universiy aongmr-
back in power. Some of the ladies lhe A merican-born Marehioness of ister. whc.r h aborshlrhp
of the cabinet who are prominent in I Wirzon, wife of the secretary of the for foreign women, about 26 innm
ber, and IBarbour gymnasium.

judges to be interested. These ap--
pointmenatheniapovdthe
that the University furnishes heat and
li-ght for these buildings, they are en-
tirely self-supporting. The price of
board and room is set by the Univer-
sity. Activities of the houses are
carried out under the supervision of
a social director and a business mana-
ger who lives at the houses cand stu-
dent part timte help is employed for
waiting table and for doing some of
the kitchen work. The women in the
dormitories are thus given the oppor-
tunity to live in an atmnosphere of in-
dependence, social refinement, and
culture at a nimmum expense to
them. The University housing rules
f'or women are rigidly enforced and no
infringement is permitted.
The general attitude toward the
dormitories today is one of unqualificd
approval. Harry Burns Hutchins,
president emeritus of the Uiiversity,
says of the dormitories, "I am very
much in favor of dormitories both
that undoubted ly, others will comle.
WE ARE constrained to mention
the new Rackham edition of Morley's
Where the Blue Begins although we
are a bit squeamish about whimsey
atnd feel that perhaps Mr. Rackham's
conception of the Oxford-American's
human animals a bit revolting.

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and the directors of the work who in __dd y-te sb-c----n ist-sttedconditions more complicated. Their
turn' have received the aid of the L ucian Lane, '26L. The feeling is admission to the University was made
physical education department. The unfiversal. It seems to indicate a - i i ., L* strictly legal by a resolution, intro-
W. A. A. now receives equal credit Ispirit that means broader scope for Drioies in il nVeru s iisoy ducd by Regn Gerg Wlaan
in the campus point system. Cards IMichigan. nas >o y gth re WBo ard eet nd
made out in the beginnig of the year _as__dbtheBrd__fReents__n
noting all the activities in which a KONRAD BERCOVICI suffers theJnur ,17,tthefct"at
girl might participate' and requiring rare distinction of publishing a collec- iBy Marion Meyer elude a chapel and recitation rooms the Board of Regents recognizes the
her to check them have enabled mem-! tion of short stories all of which have Dormitories have been a part of the 'n the first and second floors, while a Iright of every resident of Michigan to
bers of W. A. A. to call on the women Ibeen three-starred by that ubiquitous Michigan plan from almost theO Ib- hibrary was planned for the third the enoyjment of the privileges af-
and interest them in W. A. A. work. Bradstreet of letters, Edward J. ginning of the University. In 184 I Il(Oir and a museum for the fourth. oddbthUnvriadtato
Portia literary society has shown O'Brien. The title of the collection is the first dormitory later Mason H~ail The tw d0(orintorjes built in the fre yteUiestadta o
an increase of almost 50 per cent, ac- Iliana (Boni and Liveright) and it was completed, at a cost of alpprOXP eaiy ]hiory (4 AMielian did not rultts rte exlusionny of ny er-t
cording to the president, Merel Parks, is being published in England 'by mately $16,000. It was 1lV feet long prove su(ccesful and in 1850 Presi-stutsfrhexcsinfaypr-
'25. Athena literary society has gen- Jonta Cp.b 0 etwd wt osruso In er . apnede h s son from the University who possesses
orally had between 40 and 50 tryouts trees to soften the lbleak outline, of lihe bi'Olldin' as dormit Ories. Stu-
every year. "The last two years CONVERSATION between C. E. There were 64 bedrocins and 82 d'eW. een livud with the towvns:people.
there have been a better class of try- Montague, well-known British author, studies included in the original plan 7" n"ra'Oce of womenf inlto the A W H -
outs," said Beata Wagner, '25. "The and our own Christopher Morley: but this number was changed to in- LUniversity made the question of hiving OVJmen.'i s air
speeches were, so good that it pro- "'I struggle wvith an intractable no- .S o
voe ut i fdsuso oddvel," Montague told him, "sometimes mmHm uHHH ~ m mmm m u mm m mS o DeLuxe
cide who would be chosen." Both curling its charmless tail and some- J mport cry hair,$;0
societies' interested women peronally times sharpening Wsiamorphous snout, TI
but they also attribute the ready re- and anon striving to breathe life into up.9
sponse at tryout meetings to the fact its dead waist and middle." HarGod-
that Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of' Switches, Side Pieces,
women ,gave an opportunity for a rep- ALTHOUGH the posthumous works
resentative of each society to speak of Joseph Conrad have not yet bergun 9 Our M~VarceI WVaves Stay for Curls.,
before the freshman women at one to issue from the printing presses of 2JMade of your own hair,
of her early lectures. Doubleday, Page, that enterprising DaL y~s aind Da $3.00.
Mummers dramatic society had 75 crew of entrepreneurs calculate to
women tryouts, three times as many engage the public interest with a Iw 2esmde vr
fresh nteret andthe nw taent, new Joseh Conrad." It comprises Youth,.M . N ISE.S e h n
personal, and inspiration is conta- The Secret Sharer, The Brute, To-=
geous," said Charlotte Eckert, '25. morrow, Typhoon, Because of the 2REGISTERFI CHIROPODIST Pone 1 9-J
president. Dollars, The Partner, and Faik. Con- 610 East L berty
Masques dramatic society had ap- rad, himself, made the selection and Every Tu~esday and Wednesday T _____
proximately 130 tryouts. The presi- jwrote the preface.-
dent. Nellie Rittenhouse, '25 stated - ___aynard __., Opp. Nickels Arcade. 24 -J
that the fact that they had a repre-th: 33 ManrSt, pp ce.sA-d.241J
sentative at Dean Hamilton's lecturej ea the W ani~3ft Adc.s
on camnus organization made a great
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is through the University offices.
President Marion L. Burton appoints
a board for the administration of each
house, composed of women whom he

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Can you imagine how delighted shc wotuid be with a
silk padded robe, to take back tio school? It comes in an
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