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FEBRUARY 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

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i25 WOM[IN ASKED
TO LAVESCHOOL
FIgures Show 171 Women Students
WithI Scholarship Below
Average
$0 ARE GRADUATED
Statistics from the office of the dean
of women concerning the scholarship
of women show that 25 women were
sent home and 2 cases are now pend-
ing, from the college of Literature,
Science and Arts. There are 92 wo-
men on probation and 79 on warning,
making a total of 171 women whose
scholarship is below the required
standard. Of this number 53 are
hang-overs from June 1924 or from
mid-semesters. One of the total is
from the school of Pharnacy, the re-
maining number from the Literary
school and the School of Education.
Seventy-seven women have with-
drawn from the University for reasons
other than scholarship. Thirty wo-
men graduated at the end of the first
semester.
-Women on warning are allowed only
i two engagements a week and these
must be during the week-end. One
engagement may be a dance;' the other
must terminate at the regular closing
hour of the house, that is at 11:30.
& unless the engagement should be on
Sunday night when the closing hour
is 10:30 o'clock. Women on proba-
tion are allowed one engagement a
week, to be at the week-end, and it
may be a dance.
Women on warning and probation
are not permitted to serve on any
committee or to take part in any pub-
lic activity. The restriction on social
activities is made by the office of the
dean of women. The restrictions on
campus activities are controlled by
the senate committee on student _af-
fairs.
As arranged by class the number of
women on probation and on warning
are as follows: freshmen, 74; sopho-
more, 49; junior, 31; senior, 17.
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WHERE TO DINE

Beads Continue

To Trim Frocks

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NAMETEAMCPTINS
FOK CLASSBASKETBAL
As a result of the elections for class
basketball captains held late yester-
(lay afternoon in Barbour gymnasium,
the following women will lead their
teams in the interclass tournament
which will open March 3: Senior,|
Alma Crouse; junior, Norma Barlow;
sophomore, Etruia Doster; freshman,
Evelyn Ogbern.
Nine series of games are scheduled
for this tourney. The opening games
will be played between the senior
and junior women and the sophomore
and freshman teams. Class champion-
ships will be determined upon the
percentage rather than the elimination
basis.
NOTICES 1

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Elect Officers nrrir
E ct OOf Black Quil -
'Ih Black Quill itray society met FORJUNIOR CIOLS'PLA
W'edoday eveniing at the Green Tree
inn. Professor It. C. Cowden address- Applications are beginning to come
ed the iembers of the society with a in for the twenty-first annual Junior
talk on "Words." Pauline Bridgman, Girls' play which will be held March
'27. and Matilda Somerfield, '28, gave 17 to 21 inclusive, at the Whitney
a sketch and Helen Edwards, '27, gave theater. The first performance, Tues-
a reading. day night, will be open only to wo-
New officers were elected for the men, all others, including Saturday I
seiester as follows: President, Lucille matinee will be open to the general
Walsh, '27; secretary, Marie Van public. Mail order applications should
Osenbruggen, '26; and treasurer, Hel- be sent to Eunice Rose, 1501 Washte-
en Edwards, '27. Helen Gerberbing, new, before March 9.1
'27, was appointed chairman for the Prices are as follows: boxes, $3;
next three meetings. orchestra, $2.50; first 4 rows of bal-
cony, $2; second 4 rows of balcony,
afternoon has been postponed until $1.50; remaining balcony, $1.
9:130 o'clock tomorrow morning, from
harbour gymnasium. arranged. Two hundred dollars has
-- - --been set as the quota of the Michigan
As its first step in the national fi- district of the National Association of
nancial drive program, the Social Ser- hospital workers.
vice department of the University hos-
pital will give a card-party at 8 o'-
'lock tonight at the nurses' dormit- Read the W ant Ads
ory. iBetwecn 20 and 25 tables will he

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LUNCHEONS

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DINNERS

Chinese or American
Dishes
106 So. Main (
American Student Management

Junior play chorus rehearsals will
be hold as follows: today, 4 and
I5 at 7:15 B and BB at 8 o'clock; Sat-
urday, 5 at 10 o'clock, BB at 11 -o'-
clock.I
Measurements for senior caps and
gowns are being taken now on the
second floor of Mack's. All seniors
must have their measurements taken
before March 1.
Portia tryouts for new ,imember. I
have been postponed until next Tues
day night.
The Kappa Phi initiation and ban-
quet will not be held today as
planned on account of the death of
President Burton. The date will be
announced later.
All material for the examination
which is to be given for the women
who have completed the Y. W. C. A.
club leaders course will be found in
I the reading room of the Y. W. C, A
at Newberry hail. The e:amination
will be given any time today or to-
morrow.
Elective classes in beginning swim-
ming will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
days and Wednesdays and 4 o'clock
'esdays and Thursdays, in Barbour
gymnasium. Anyone interested should
report today.

A SOOTHING LOTION
Protects the hands and face.
We highly recommend
ESCO VELVET SKIN
Its an ideal lotion to use these cold wintry days.
35c bottles

Jnticipatfed PIedajure
SPECIAL
SUNDAY
DINNER
MArUCK TE.hO4P 1n-22:30
6j3.2 orcst Ave. Phonic 2641P,

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& SON CO.

200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Beaded frocks have beenr favorites
f fashion for a number of seasons
anl there seems no diminution of
their popularity. A pretty dinner
dress is shown here fashioned of
printed white chiffon and beaded in
crystal.

IVUIIiJLU hI H LU I fUL1,11I
SCHOLARSHIP IN CHINA
Members of the nurse association
of the Y. W. C. A. recently decided
to send $30 to Hazel M. Attwood, '20,
superintendent of the Congregational
training school for nurses at Foochow,
China, to establish a scholarship
there, for the student who has shown
the most exceptional ability and scol-
arship. The scholarship will give the
women a year of training at a larger
school, probably Shanghai.
Miss Attwood was president of the
nurses association of the Y. W. C. A.
in 1920, and took the position at Foo-
chow in 1922. When Miss Attwood
returns to this country on a furlough
next year, the student who holds the
scholarship will take her place.
Education Club Meets
Pi Lambda Theta held a short busi-
ness meeting Wednesday night in
Martha Cook library. Plans for thef
next two meetings were presented by
the social committee and discussed.
The social meeting, which was to have
been held, was postponed.
Munimers dramatic society met
Tuesday afternoon at the Alpha Epsi-i
Ion Phi house. The next meeting willI
be held March 11 at the Alpha Phi {
house.
t WOMEN ASSEMBLE
women will assemble on Ged-
Idesi avenue from Washtenaw
avenue to the Forest H1ll cem-
etery at 2 o'clock Saturday for
the line of procession which is
to be made by the entire student
body to pay tribute to the late
f President Marion L. Burton.
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Swimming Class
Open To Women
Several plaesa re still otwn in the
elective swimming classes 'which 'vill
be held at 4 o'clock, Mondays and Wed-
nesdays in Barbour gymnasiui. Wo-
mnen wh'o known how to swim will be
given an opportunity -to practice or
learn new strokes, and full instruc-
tions will be given to beginners.
The instructors include Miss Louise
Howe and Miss Elsie Erley. Gray
cotton suits are regulation outfits to
be worn in the pool.
GLEE CLUB ENTERTAINS
The University Girls' glee club will
entertain the Freshman Girls' glee
club at a tea next, Wednesday after-
noon at the home of a former glee
club president, Bernice Nickels. 337
Maynard street. The tea is to be a
get acquainted party, and the enter-
tainment will take the form of "sings"
by both the guests and the hostesses.j
Owing to the fact that the member-
ship quota of Athena is full at the pre-
sent time, there will be no second se-
(mnester t ryouts. All meetings, .how-
ever, are open to the public and those
interested in trying out next fall are
IcordIially inlvited to attend1.

Sigma Delta Phi will m
%o'clock today at the Si
house.
An im'ortant meeting of
sity Girls' Glee club will
14 :30 this afternoon in
School of Musi.

eet at 4:15
gia Kappa
the Univer-
be held at
room 3L5,

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Ferry Field Lunch
State Street and Packard

WHERE QUALITY
QUICK SERVICE

AND QUANTITY COUNT
CLEAN SURROUNDfNGS

WHOLESOME FOOD

There with be no meeting of (lie tfn
iversity Girls' Glee club Saturtiay
The regular meeting will be held at'
4:30 Tuesday in room 305. School ofl
Music, and a special meeting will be
held at 4:30 Thursday afternoon in
the same place.
The W. A. A. hike scheduled foi -this

T WO-PIECE jumpers of
flannel, wool crepe and
cashmere cleverly conceal the
fullness of their skirts by using
inverted pleats and grou)
pleats. Many colors. $20
and $25.
SECOND FLOOR
GOOD YEA R'S
11A SOUTH MAIN

For the Past, Present and Future
OUR MOTTO
TO PLEASE ALL

Come in and see
Our
ClassicWave
For Bobbed Hair
Stoddard
Hair Shoppe
707 North University Ave.
! Phone 2652

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I TUTTLE'
LUNCH ROOM
338 Maynard
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If you want a dish of ice cream or a
delicious lunch the very best place in
SAnn Arbor is the Sugar Bowl.
SWe make all our own candies and once
Syou have tried them you will have no
:other.
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DANA

Adding
Machines
Burroughs, Victor; Barrett,
Portable and other makes.
New, rebuilt. and second-
hand. Sold and rented.
0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels' Arcade

A Sparkling Frenchy Comedy
"Open All Night"
'-On the Stage-
ENTIRE NEW PROGRAM
by
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W. S. Buttelield's Arcade and Majestic Theatres Will
Ie Closed Saturday Afternoon

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