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SEPTEMBER 24, 1924

THE. MICHIGAN, DAILY

~EP~rEMBER' 20; 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Notices

Directs Work O.f..
A. A1 CONDUCTS WG'men Students 100 WOMEIN ATTEND1
EMBERSHIPDRY0PLTCLSHO
1undred M1enibersldps Gaied( League of Women Voters Sponser
In Cnmnniirn at Barbour P '.I Institute for Fourth

Women will meet at the hour they
have elected to take gymnasium work,
in Barbour gymnasium on Tuesday.
according to their classificationss
They may wear street clothes.'

gln's deleegation~ was cite- of the larg-
cst there, tte~ total nuiriber attending,
beng close ,to 740. f
VDiscussion groups .talkied about the
sity .women today, thze reation of the
college woman' to industrial problems,
,racial problems;, rural;- ifternation1al
j poblemns, and the relationship of men
an~d women -on" and off the camp~us."
Anational and international point of
view was presented to the delegates,
as the. conferenice was made 'up of
Qriiver~ity wiomlen from, all over the
western part of the United, States, and
from rforeign countries.

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Women who desire tor assist in,
coaching any of the sports are re-.
qtiejted to call at the physical educat-
tion office in Barbour, gymnasium on
September 23, 24, or 25 between 2 and,
5 o'clock.,

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iRAhIZATIOP_ TO AWARD
ATHLETIC HONO0R POINTS
Four huindred memberships h'ave al..
ready been obtained, by the Women's!
Athletic association in the campaign
which they have been conducting this
.week in Barbour gymnasium.
The society's honor awards, consiting"
,ig of sweaters, pins and numera~ls,
'have been on display at th'e desk in
the gymnasium all week for the Lene-
fit of incoming women. Honor points
earned by electing work in hockey,I
archery, rifle, tinnis, ridinfi, biking or,
fencing are the means whereby the
awards are received. One hundred
honor points are earned by making
the first team iii inter-class sports or
by coaching in any one of the sports .
Honor point sheets explaining in
full detail the honor point system may
Je obtainledTat th~e desk in. the gyimn as-
im. An interesting poster in the hall-'
way of the gymnasium acquaints one
with the~ managers of the various
tearns.
The managers for this year are as
follows: Basketball, Olive McKay, '25; 1
tennis, Olga Verdeline, '25; riding,
Marion Collins, '24; hockey, JDorothy
Ogborn, '26; rifle, Ann 'Wheeler, '26;
dlancing, Evelyn Smith,, '25; track,
Helen Searight, '27; swimming, Alice
Langthorn, '26; hiking, Mary Alh.
house, '27; archery, Marion Ludsley.'
25; baseball, Adelaide Sherer, '25. j
Y. W.C.A. ToGive
Tea For Women
University women will be enter-
tained at the first general "tea for all
University women from'3:30 to 5:04
o'clock this afternoon in Alumni1
M~emoral hall, by the. Y. W. C. A.
It is the first and only function for
the beginning of the year when all
University women are invited. Dean
Jean Hamilton will speak at' 4:30
o'clock.

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*One hundred women were enrofle
in the Institute of Government andl
Politics which Was held in the Uni-
versity during the summer under .the
auspice'4 of the- League of Women
!voters.
Si3courses were given in the Insti-
tute by prominent members of the
University faculty including Prof. A.
F. Wood, of the Sociology department;
Prof. T. H. Reed, of 'the Political Sci-.
ence department and Dean. Maximo: M.
lKalaw, of. the University of the Philip-
phies, as well as several men from, the
Government Research bureau in De-
troit.. Nomination methods, 'foreign
relations, industry and the relation
of womien to industrial problems were
included in the list of lectures given
for the women during the period, of
thle political school.
j'"The Institute will be contippued for
many years." tated Mrs. May Wood-
Simons, chairman of th'e Institute.. "It
has to be, until' we have brought into
the schools the seriousness of citizen-
ship."
fReipresentatives from ull of the

Any junior women who are still
writing Junior Girl's plays should
communicate with orman' Bicknell,,
2946J: Playsl will be accepted for
some time yet.
Sophomore and Senior advisors are
requested to report at' Parbour gym-
nasium as soon as possible and look
up their advisees. The list will. be
placed on the bulletin board in th'e
'ymnaiuin.
University Womhen *
Attend Conf/erenC
Seventeen Universty women made
1 up the Michigan delegation. to the
conference of Unviersity' women at I
Lake Geneva, Wisccn in, .wh ich wag'
held. there August 15 to. 25. Michi-
states including inr the fourth regiodi
of the League. of Women voters at;
,tended the Institute and in. turn, will.
instruct the women' in their respective'
at the University.
communities in the courses received

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THE short vamp of this
new model, the Legion,
;Hakes wide trousers seem
even wider and smarter. It's
the fastest-selling style since
seven-league boots. It's a
'walk-Over. That says more
for q'uaty and wear than a
dictionary, of adjectives.

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Dean Jean JHamilton.
Miss Jean T~anilton_ Dean of Wom-
en in the University ha~s returned fromi
New York, where she spent the sum-
mer with her mother.I
MINNESOTA INSTRUCTOR
MADE ASSISTANT DEAN
Numerous changes have been made
in th'e ofl'ice force of the Dean' of!t
Women for the coming year. Miss l
Grace Richards, graduate of the tini-
versity of Minnesota and a former in -'
structor in English there, is to take
the place of Miss Marion H. Blood
as Assis ant Dean of Women. Miss
Blood has accepted a position to teach
English in Pennsylvania. Frieda
Delkoff, '24, has been made Assistant,
to the Dean of Women.L
Dean .Jean Hamilton has returned to
the University after spending; the
summer at her home in New York,
with her, mother; who has been ill.
Morethan. 700 .,graduate students
were enrolled "in thc. University of
Wisconsin this year.'

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Mr. Jones .who is an expert .operator of this machine is
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