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SFive new members were voted into
Sthe membership of the Ann Arbor
SWomen's Business and Professional
club at their meeting Tuesday eve-
~nng. The new members inlcludle Miss
Olive Ruth Codrington, Miss Alice L.
Lake, Mrs. Mary L. Pettycrew, Miss
NellIM. Royer, and Miss Ruth Schlem-
S Miss Zelma Clark, chairman of the
~:social committee, reported the plans
for a social meeting to be held Jan.
S29 at the home of Miss Ducy (Chapin.
The social will include both the Ypsi-
lanti and Ann Arbor business women.
' Miss Nellie Laning spoke in defense
jof the Ann Arbor curb market, ask-
ing the support of the members should
a petition be circulated for its remnov-
Miss Margaret Cameron, chairmran
yof the educational committee present-
Sedl the following speakers: Mrs. Hl-
en Shambough, who told of the con-
vtinuation school of Ann Arbor; Mrs.
1Lucille Crittendon criticized, the comn-
mercial work for girls in high schools;
-Miss. Carrie Dickens spoke concerning
the Americanization work among for-
eign men and women. Miss Dickens
Sstated that since the war the majority
<',of, the foreign school children were
German, while lbefore, Greek andIt-
Ia-ian children were. in the majority.

**:?*':k .; ';.':?.;'; :.;.: Member1s of tlhe ,garden sec(tion of
tie Facilty W~omen's Cluj.)were ho,=,tt
?;:.:essestotHe other memibe rs of the
. club at an informal talk y ester daiykit
' :;:.".vthe clubhouse, by Mr. Samuel Burich-
field on ".fow to Prolong the Ir is Sea-
son" r refed outlined the dc
scription of the various types of Iris,
':3. ::,their origin, tihe color. shale and
y " ::%:::>:::>height of growth of both1 the foliage
~. ...andt the floe er. Mr. Burchfield then
named the different species according
jto the time of blooming, and com-
mented on the forming of new species.
Ie said, "A nurseryman often breedls
A~r a new variety 8 or 10 years before dis-
tributing it."
1 a Questions were- asked by those pre-
y + }. . r4S rs: sent regarding the beard less, lbeard-
ed and JaI anese Iri~s. Concerninf' the
latter, Mr. Burchfield stated that:
~~ "Japanese Iris can be growni here if
the ground is rich, andl the plants are
.-1. properly banked and wcaterered at
i : . :A blooming time."
31isTessie It.flcLaii
IThree yo~ung women, sisters, are Athena Society
sole owners of the La Salle, Ill., Daily Elect Off~icers
Post. It is the only newspaper in theI
middle west which is owned and 01)-I
erated solely by women.( Athena Literary society elected the
Miss Tessie R. McLain, editor, began following officers for the coming sem-
her newspaper experience as a type-, ester at a meeting held Tuesday night:
setter, and has been an editor for 201 Ellura Harvey, '25, president; Flor-
years. Later her two sisters joined I ence Fuller, '25, vice-president; Char-
her, Katherine who has charge of theI lotte H-arrison, '25, treasurer; Marie
circulation and accounting, and Eliza-1 Van Osenbruggen, '26, secretary; Flor-
bol~th, who takes care of the adverbis- e Vnce Collins. '28, )ar'ianentrian.
iug. Gail E~. Densmore of the public
T'essie is also vice-president of the 1peak~iig delartment, spoke to the
La Salle board of education, the only fneibei of the society regarding the
woman to be elected to an office in T a dc-htti u classes for next year, adl-
Salle county. Katherine is vice-pres- ,rjsifg those interested as to whatI
ident of the Illinois Pi'ests associaition. idi1 torycorethy101( te

Dean Says College 1
'Marriage Is Fatal

The instruction which will be given
by Miss Price, will include the funda-
mentals of ballet dancing as taught in
the large schools of dancing.

t he braces whiichi arc
their twistedKlibs.

straighltcuzing !cru ccn, ra'nd piogrev"sis

made by


C'o-educational marriage while inj#
college is usually fatal, einding in e- IGifts EntertainI
trenme lunhapp~iness orinil divorce, is 1 ,Q Za a G1
the judlgment of Dean .Jean Hlamilton'-
and Mrs. Amy Hobart in commenting
on co-educational marriage during a According to Miss Dorothy Ketcham,
college career.I director of the University hospital
In her one year on Michigan's cam- social service department, only about
pus at least six co-edlucational mar- half of the childlren cared for at the
ricages ending unhappily have been utdeatntrehrefrme
(alled to the attention of the office. Sot earmnIr
Such marriages involve the economic than a few days. Many are tonsil cases
problem and unless both p~arties can and thcse are usually chrnissed at the
he supp~orted1 and live on their coin- end of 48 hours. Nor is it necessary
Dined1 allowances the marriage is like-r for the large number of crippled chil-
ly to prove disasterous. Mrs. Hobart (h'ren to remain at the hospital for
views college education as a prepara-; treatment. 'Many report at six month
lion for life andi when that p~repara- intervals only for the correction of
txon is in erru tedl it is a greater risk
than is juistifiedl for two people to


At the present time there are only
a few children who have been at1
the hospital for more thani a month."t
IAmong this number is a little girl
1with a congenital (l!ocatioii or one
ii.Biebtsaimasgaegradually effecting a cure. Another
p~atient, a ten year old boy whiose
hands anid feet are clubbed, is beingi
cared for by means of braces. A K i-
dy Isar which was one of his Christ-;
rna.s gifts is his present muea :s of !o-
comotion, buit lie will sooni be grad-
uated to thmemse of a tricycle. The
Imajority of the childlren are froum1
IMichigan but there are always a few-
'who comle in from the ueighloiugn
states for treatment.
With those who must remain Amy
length of time, educational work is
continued~. In thle school room whlichl

soic. An 1;s1,,mio village in cotton.
i111(1 l Ittl' i ' 1hE'lg ' C('te~d inl tille
i'leym'oomi at. the lli'Oscit tunle. worn-
C'ii are given occupational work to
takf' iii) ti'eii' tinie.
A. ne(t roia -which l a. Christniari
i;i{'si't to the department has been
firlir l'ing itertiiimemtsince the
lmo'idi ys and at the present timec of-
f 'r s V being inadle to priocurie a
mlov ing victunre machine. Tbis is need~-,
edi esnecialIly for the ente-rtainlment of
I hose( adults wAho ca;i ineitheO'r v.'ad nor
Ai~mS. 'Thit J1ensen, Scandinavian anl-
thor em', ys that. American men are the,
bey-It look:ing, most, chivalrous, kind,
Pol ite (', ad t euler in thle world. Mrs.
.J('IISOU is in thle I ni ted States to
11 midy ~'ne un iversitie: -and Ice-
il 1Y Oh Val Ws '5Welflare. ,

q open fr.om 1 to :, o'clock eviei vart- IPATROf)NIZE 1)/\IX ADVERTISERIlS


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Class basketball practice will be
held as follows: Today, juniors
at 4, sopihojmores at 4:40, freshmenI
at 5:20; Friday, seniors at 3:10, jun-
iors at 3:50.
'theta Sigmia Michigane1~sian pic-
ture~ will be taken at 1' o'clock Fri-
day at Speddings. Members are urg-
ed to be present and it iq requested
that they bring their $2 fee to the
treasurer at that time.
The club leaders course of the Y.
W. C. A. will not meet today because
Mrs. Knox Mitchell, leader of the dis-
cussion groups, has been detained in
the East. The examination will lbe
held in the early part of next se-
Junior Girls' play, rehearsals will
be held as follows: Today, groups 1
and 2 of the cast at 4 o'clock, in
"Sarah Caswell Angell hall, grout) G
of the cast at 4:45, chorus A at 4 oW-
clock in the parlor, chorus 1313 at 5
c'clock; F'riday, cast of act 1 at 4 o.-
clock, chorus 1 at 4 o'clock, chorus li'
at 4:30, chorus 3 at 5 o'clock, chorus
2 at G o'clock.

'(tifliit Owi h selves without prepara- , I
Airs. lioirat is strongly in favor of! 1
women working after marriage and' TR Y O N EF
bielieves that it is silly for any wife
to think it is necessary to rely entire- You
ly on her husband for support. But, f T S Y willieorreicos ibccdmai. n~ us
she believes, to marry before a mlan j -5T Y
is reasonably sure of having a stable ~ After you 'vetied one you will rc Mize ;us what te wo0'.
position atm'h!s u o olee , (ISPAND SWEE
hurts time man's career, hurts both "MAKB YUR, babced e~i.'
careers. Marriage is like a race and' - MENU MOT,4 "ra.
if one starts with a handicap he will yInc)Darveclic eInn
be farther behind in the end. Miss ' ~410 South 4,Aate Srtr, IPhlone~,1~-
Hamilton stated that she believed it to
1)0 a fact that at the end of 10 year\ " ' ''''.','+',rĀ°""9s'" ' ", ',!,*.+.." " '".r.,"". ' '""" . " " . !","," ?r
the couple who marr'ied wh'en in col- ______________
lege would b)e farther behind than if,
they had waited. Too few women'
are equipped to (10 their shiare when N w I h 'i e t r e
they marry while in school, concluded.
Dean H-amilton.TT j
Bfry[ meal scorns quite satisfy- ''''-- t.L~1 1Ji(IJ)
1-ll Consultationin withiout a bit o' sweetness.
Let our pastry give that tin- Either p~rinted or engraved. All
F or Ballet Class fishinug touch to your repast. I work done in our own shop. This
We Deliver svsdsponmn nls a.
All womn n ]bo atcs interested in Phone 3310-J ae dipont nt nlstdy
taking the a(lvx i'n 'A c oim se in ballet fj
:d unc m i a riticnatonTHE MAYE . .R-SCHA IRER . C0
.1 Id(anl(cs5 Whl -i b il e offered next I
enmester. 5>0111(1 consult Miss Ruth I;.I
Price, of tl:e d ea rtmient of physical , , - PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS, OFFICE OUTFITS
education, this week. They should be 140'4
,1reparied to state what: pi'evious work I ' 'ot t t hn
!hey have clone in that type of danc-
'ng. andl teider whom it was taken.'_________________________


Retail SellingI
New Field F or
College Women
That retail selling f or iwomen is a
m ost fatscinating work and is a well
paidi occupation was stated by Mrs.
Ilelen Shamibouigh of the vocational
(lepai'tifent of the School of Educa-
tion. She outlines tlmmee (hiVsiotls ofl
retail selling, that of teaching sellingĀ°
in which position a woman works with
employees and shop womnen, connect-
ing her tEachiiig with actual work and
dealing with large storeos aned their

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Mummers will have their Michigan-
ensian nicture take at 12:30 o'clock
Friday at Speddings'. Dues for both
semesters must be paid before the
pictui'e is taken.
Mortarboard will have their Mi('l'
iganensian picture taken at 4:30 o'-
clock today at Renchler's studio.
Anniounce Mrrlage
Announcement has been made of]
the marriage of Nlsa Geinsendorfet-.
'27, Ann Arbor, to Irwin N. Steig-
racier, 2E

T'he sec'onIi division is the Storer
work itself, all large dlepartment lt
storecs have educational directors, a4
personal depar'tmett a welfare di- '
rector. 'lton there is thle advertisingi
branch. .Hleie theire is no limit to* the
abiility one imay employ. thle original
talent, or the resourcefulness. Ad-
vertising is well pa id, according to l
Mrs. S,"ham bough and she stated that
in the retail busines ;"bunying is -thle
highest paid lposition a woman ma4
hold." In buying time personality of
the individual is less im pomrtant; 0i(bi g r t d o he sli g r c r .B y11
ing offers tr-ips to New Yoi'k amid
abroad, and many a dvantages financi-
ally. llowever, Mrs. 5'hambougli re- ;
calledl the fact that in teaching a wo-
iman had the suninmers for her own use
and I he Ieachig hours are shorter.
Retail selling and buying arue hard
wor'k. Eli e imsit ion,; requnire woumen
of i i ni (ia i i ati ate o _

Schools which pre(pare1 womein fol
,Aheso po'sitions are: Mrs. Pince',
chool)in Roston, the Univem'sitv 0o'
I 'it Isbn rg w evi eb require ea cl Vh wo a I
'.o have two months of selling before
She could enter the classes, the Uni
versity ofl New York, while the Uii
versity of Mlichiigan offers a fe v
Miss Sybil Overtonm, Engiand's
"prettiest -woman physician." is the
first woman to be appointed medical
inspector of factories.
Moscow. Jan. 21.-Thme Rosta agencey
announces that the oil syndlicate hia,
concluded a contract with the French
ministry of marine for the delivery
of 75,000 tons mazout oil.
Tfhere still remain suits and
dresses, which we arc offer-
ing at Pr-e-Inventory Sale
prices. Avail your self of
this opportunity.
4 Nickc~lsArcide

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Home Cooking -
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For Study For Correspondence

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O UTDOOR winter sports
will be made more enjoy-
able if you wear one of these
smart, warm windbreakers. Of
swagger plaid fabric lined with
suede. Snug-fitting hip and
wrist bands.




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win with the world. And the writ-
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