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THURSDAY, DECEMI BER 11, 1924

IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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sWOMEN DISCUSS WRH
POLM9 O K It is a noteworthy fact that the

Illuminating The ~ "" ED
Home Offers New
Field To Women JINATHLETIC POINTS

----Iu-- - D nce ' Pr e .Yesterday morning, Miss Mansfield
visited the physical education class-
Classes Held Here e; in natural dancing, which are un-
O T iICES Ider the direction of Miss Janet Cum-
ST ruming and declared herself in favor of
"Training in the fundamental prin- emehdIue.
ie u. 'thle methods used.
______------- ciples such as is given in your Ui- motf
Class basketball prcie'~i1~vriyclasses in natural dancing, i~poesoa ac
held as follows: Today, juniors; 4 :40 shudb ato h oko vr n col aevstdte ri
o'clock sophomores; 5:20 o'clock, professional dancer," said Miss Por- the students chiefly in the ballet type
freshmen; 3:20 o'clock, Friday, sen- tia Mansfield, director of the Mans- of dancing because there is a great
iors; 3:50 o'clock, juniors, field dancers who appeared at the demand for this on the stage, but I
fors :50o'cockjunirs.Majestic theatre this week. Miss
believe that even professionals should
?Mansfield. together with ?Miss Char-
Iota Sigma Pi will hold a tea from; lottePr, tsgtthe head of au have the sort of work that you give."
lotte Perry, is at the head of a sum-
4:30 to 5 o'clock this afternoon at the mer school for the training of pro-
home of Mrs. Roy K. McAlpine, 926 fessional dancers and dancing teach-
ylvan avenue. ers, which is located at Steamboat
Springs, Colo.

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"The interpretive type is the only
thing for educational institutions.
Toe dancing is not only lacking in
qualities which develop one physical
ly, but it may be actually harmful if
not carefully supervised in the case=
of each individual (dancer. In our
work we use some of the ballet danc-
ing but emphasize chiefly the inter-
pretive type."
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

Miss Helen A. Smith, 20E, pointed
out a new vocational field for wo-

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women on the campus are taking an men when she entered the employ-t
active interest in the big problems of ment of the General Electric comn-
the world. Twelve Michigan women pany in the position of Illuminating1
voluntarily attended a Youth Move- Engineer four years ago. From herc
Fment convention held in Kalamazoo success, it begins to appear definite-j
last week-end where such questions ly that another recognized field of"
as the race nroblem, war, and a Chris- professional activity for properelyt
tian basis for industry were discuss- trained women is opening. At the
ed. present time, however, there are not
Mrs. Riley Nicholson, chairman of women to meet this deman(.
the commission for peace, a former Residence lighting, as a sub-depart-
Michigan women, complimented the ment for necessary specialization1
Michigan campus on the fact that bit- within the general field of illumina-
ter race distinctions did not exist tion engineering, belongs to women
here as on some campus. This she because women are most directly and
attributed in large measure to the intimately interested in the home, and;
Cosmopolitan club. However, she de- their taste and judgment is generally
clared it a fact that many sorority respecte and deferred to in suchI
constitutions contained definite state- mnattes. They naturally, in the opern-
ments against the admission of other a inns (f business, have easier access
races into the sorority. "Such an at- to homes and to informal conversa-
titude is unchristian," she said, "and tion than would any strange man,j
a Christian woman should refuse to however well-mannered and suave.
wear a pin of a sorority which by It is difficult tp impress the pres-
such statements tends to destroy that ent state of affairs on the present
: ,tplrit of good will among races which generation forcthey take lighting as
must be fostered to preserve world a matter of course and only notice
peace. it when it fails. Factories, advertis-
There is now an agitation in the ersand theatres are the few who
United States to establish a Woman's ral make use of lighting effects
Reserve corps similar to that in Rus- and encourage their development.
sia, to prepare for the next war. The Lighting may be greatly improved,
smediate response othetatnventn according to Prof. H. H. Higbie of the
to be opposed to any such measure. ectriecaplenieermandepiartent,ithe
On the question of war, Mr. Howard Ie p o emand itabutathe
Becker, of the Northwestern univer- idea has not yet started to appeal
sity at Evanston, declared that the Ef.for beducatol proan
youth of America should fight the R. fairs by educational propaganda
O. T. C. The woman's influence there among the new generation. The re-
could be great in-her refu'sal to act as .cent Home Lighting contest conduct-
patroness of the corps, to discourage ed among school children is an ex-
her friends in joining, to refuse at- ample.
tCndance at the military ball. Correct illumination involves the
The women took a definite stand on practical application of many sciences
the following resolutions: To support including physics, mathematics, phy-
the educational week by stimulating siology, psychology, fine arts, and,
ideas of peace instead of war, by on- architecture, in order to generate
posing military training in the col- light economically, distribute and con-
leges and universities, by opposingI trolit effectively and efficiently, re-
:any action or attempt of the govern- duce strain, and not destroy deco-4
ment to establish a woman's reserve rative and architectural effects that
corps, to condemn the stand of any may be sought. Specialists in all
i organization which fosters racial lines these fields must co-operate to fur-
and not to give support to any such nish " the means by which an illumi-
institution, and to accept every oppor- nation engineer may work who mere-
tunity to show the foreign students on ly applies the basic principles with
the campus Christian principles. advantage to all and detriment to!
In June, 1925, a Youth Movement none.M
convention of Japanese and American Women should properly obtain the.
students will be held in Chicago. necessary training for such' a career
in the graduate school but since that
-- - - a. 0Bs@aschoon does not offer such a course,

Betsy Barbour house now stands
highest in respect to the number of
athletic honor points won by its mem-
bers, according to the chart which
his been devised by the department
of physical education and the W. A.j
A. Betsy Barbour has won a total
of 235 points. Points have been de-
termined for hockey, tennis, and
archery, for all dormitories, sorori-
ties, zones of league houses, and the
outlaw team.
The number of women from each
house who participate in the athletic
activities is just as important a fac-
tor as the winning of team games,
according to the department of phy-
sical education. Points were given
for the successful participation cf in-
dividuals in tennis and archery as
Iwell as for teams who won a large

The Club Leaders' trainingcourse__
will meet at 4 o'clock today at New-
berry hall to plan for a party to be WHITNEY THURSDAY EVENING
given Saturday. OF NEXT WEEK
iT EAITE HCR LAST TIME HNRE
Wnnn hrl hlir dn Wrk illln h

Nomen wil nave (one wort.i n
social service department of the Y. W.
C. A. are invited to a party at 7:30
o'clock tonight.

Kappa Phi Christmas party will
hold at 8 o'clock Tuesday, Dec.
't Wesley hall, instead of Dec. 12.

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16,

=a n Slioals bill regarded as

number of games. rssurd af'ter Underwood makes the
Other groups who won athletic changes Weeks suggests.
honor points are, in order of their ---_

rank: Delta Gamma, 85 points; Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, 70; Gamma Phi
Beta, 60; Kappa Alpha Theta, 60; Pi
Beta Phi, 55; Zone 7, 50; Zone 12,
50; Outlaws, 50; Collegiate Sorosis,
50; Zone 1, 45; Helen Newberry resi-
dence, 45; Alpha Omicron Pi, 40;
Zone 6, 30; Zone 2, 30; Alpha Gamma
Delta, 30; Chi Omega, 30; Zone 10,
25; Zone 4, 20; Delta Delta Delta, 20;
Kappa Delta, 20; Alpha Epsilon Phi.
10; Zone 3, 10; Zone 5, 10; Zone 8,j
10; Alumnae house, 10; Adelia Chee-
ver, 10; Theta Phi Alpha, 5; Zone
10, 5.
The chart is posted in the corri-
dor of Barbour gymnasium, and
points for basketball, rifle, quoits,
baseball, fencing, and (lancing, will
ioe added as soon as they have been
won.
Professor Moore
Speaks At 'Y' Today
"Music and Religion" is the topic
of discussion for the annual Christ-
mas meeting of the Y. W. C. A. which
will be given by Prof. Earl V. Moore
of the School of Music, at 4:30 o'clock
today at Newberry hall. This work is
sponsored by the meetings committee
of the Y. W. C. A. which is as fol-
lows: Lillian Wetzel, '25, chairman;
Alphra Ladd, '25, Elsa Scheiber, '26,
Louise Boer, '26, Catherine Griffiths,
'26, Helen iLarauay, '27, and Juna
Mary Barnes, '26.

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In a Superb Three Part Program
Comprising the Two
Beantiful andPopular Ballets
"COPPELIA"
In One Act, Music by Delibes
"SNOWFLAKES"
In One Act
SMusicby Tschaikowskd
- Nnd Set of Nine Divertissements.
Pav:owa in "Swan," "Serenade,"
Russian Dance and Others
Prices $3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
Mall Orders Now

A lift Jrom Goodyear's AMeansltMore
G IVE toilet articles this
Christmas! Brushes, mir-
rors, combs, trays, clocks, pic-
ture frames, powder boxes and
many other articles of ivory,
amber or shell are 35c to
$7.50. Ideal gifts!
'MAIN FLOOR
GOODYEARWS
124 SOU~TH MAIN.

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M ASAIfiL ^JH IVE. WILL HE training in the necessary branches of
knowledge should begin as early in i
the second year of a regular four
year course as possible. This work
C should include a considerable amountt
D-ofconstructivework in each of thet
IDrives for magazines by the mew.- subjects mentioned before in this ar-
hers of the United Kings' Daughters tide. While courses of instruction
circles of Ann Arbor will continue now available are not always ideally
throughout the month of December. adapted to this object, in that they
Approximately one ton of paper was ae to th o atey 1
collected last week, which, accord- are generally either of a superficial-
ihg o Ms. Mry . Bffinton incharacter or else designed for spec-
charge of the drive, is insignificant ialists in their own field, yet doubt-
compared to the 10 tons collected dur- less couises could be arranged or
ing the first two weeks of the drive. adapted for this purpose if any con-
The Kings' Daughters members are siderable number of students should
especially grateful to people of the evidence a desire to take them in
campus who have contributed maga- preparation for this field of work.
zfnes to this drive and are desirous The sending of liberally and soundly
of a continuation of these contribu- trained college women into this field
tions during December in order that would probably serve both to in-
thleir' goal of 20 tons of magazines 1 crease the demand and 'to give it aI
may be reached by the end of the more widely recognized professional
month. Stickers for automobiles with status.
the words, "Say it with magazines," Because of the increasing tendencyj
are soon to be printed for use in the to use electricity in lighting, electri-
drive. cal engineering has 'mothered illumi-
The entire proceeds from the sale nation engineering and illumination
of magazines collected will go to the engineers are electrical engineers;
hospital school for the crippled and but the training of illumination engi-
sick children at the University hos- neers should differ in important de-j
pital and south department to helpI tails from that of an electrical engi-
pay the salaries of the two part time neer. Sooner or later this fact must
teachers which the Kings' Daughters be recognized and the necessary fa-
maintain. cilities provided.
Contributors are urged to call any Meanwhile, the electrical engineer-
of the following members who will -
have the magazines collected this
week: Mrs. John MacGregor, 1331-H;R
Mrs. Mary Bufington, 3414; Mrs. J. J. Schoolof Dancing
Kelly, 2403; Mrs. W. D. MaLasiet, 25(3-Dig
It vf pznq onshtc

ing department gladly offers its fa-
cilities and its assistance to all the
women on the campus .who may wish
to enter this profession or would like
to find out more about it.l

600 E. LIBERTY
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For Fair Ladies
These are gems that vie with
sparkling eyes. Particularly love-
ly are delicately tinted pearls.
They're in tune with holiday
cheer, and their beauty brings a
message that "she" is sure to un-
derstand.
Tinted Pearls $1.25
Bracelets $3.50 Earrings 95c
Crystal Strands $2
Chokers $1.50

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Washington announces
funding agreements will
terms of British war loan

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payment.
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Pictures
Potteries
Bulby in Bowls
Boxed Rustcraft
Gifts

We have a Complete Assortment of
uit r Sweets
VJon-fons
Mlilk Chocolates
Nuts and I ruits
Assorted Gum Drops
Our Famous Candy Nixtures
Thin flints
By our Parcel Post System we deliver all orders
Next to Arcade Theater

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PROCEEDS TOTAL $450
The final report from the Pan Hell-
cnic ball committee totals the pro-
'eeds from the ball at $450.36, which
will be turnedl over to the Michigan
Inter-Sorority association who in
tuin will give it to the University of
Michigan League building fund. Last
year the amount raised was $370.
Report of experts shows United
States lagging behind in aviation.
Don't delay--Pay your Subscription
today.

rivatel essons m arzb mvL%,
toe, ballet and modern ball-
room dancing.
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JOHNSON
Studio Second Floor
Chubb House
PHONE 2022\

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clasp. Satin lined leatherette gift case. Prices from $10 to $400

Flowers and Plants
for Christmas
Samples on display now. Orders for
Christmas delivery will be delivered
from the greenhouses, assuring their
freshness and health.

Decorative Materials

"Some Pastry Suggestions"
CREAM PUFFS!
CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS!

Ve have a large stock of frieze, pre-
pared ruscus, natural evergreens,
berries, etc., which we sell at very close
prices.
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