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THURSDAY,_

PE13RUAR Y 26,

1925

THE MICHIGAN DAIL %

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Men In Minority EUST
I Dancing ClassR
F MISS BURCHENILI Those who attritbuteal' bravery to I «8 .
the masculine sex would have been
In honor of Miss Elizabeth Burchen- compelled to hand the laurels to the A benefit card party was given by
al, and the faculties of the men's and three lonely men who invaded .the the Child Conservation club Monday
women's departments of physical edu- scores of women attending the first afternoon in Lane hall. More than 30i
cation, the women's physical education meeting of Miss Elizabeth Burchen- tables were used and music was fur-
b will give a reception and semi- , . lienished the latter half of the after-
al s class in folk dancing. nn by trasn orchttrn Proceeds

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IN A A "rniirr flRAfoniI

IOTA SIGMA PI INITIATES

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formal dance, beginning at 8:30 o'clockl
Saturday, in Barbour gymnasium. A
general invitation has been issued to
.the men's physical education club,j
and more than 100 invitations have
lso been sent to other friends of the
Sclub..
Al Strauss' five-piece orchestra will)
play for dancing from 9 to 1 o'clock.
The committee in charge is: Etruria
]Doster, '27, chairman; Wilmuth Lup-
pold, '28, decorations; Catherine
- Burd, '28, refreshments; Greta Mae
ans, '25, programs;1 Margaret Cra-
iner, '27, Music.
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A NDNONE COMMITTEES
FOR DUTCH TORT PARTY

At first these few bold members of
the braver sex appeared a bit bash-
ful and perplexed-there were so
many women-but when Miss Burch -
enal requested the women in cos-
tume and the real' men to choose
partners from the long line of girls,
the 'real' men showed amazing agil-
ity in out-sprinting the substitutes inE
the- race across the gymnasium for
partners. Most of the girls in thej
Iclass tried to make the three men!
feel at home, and very soon the 'few-
er sex' were hating the time of their
lives dancing the polka round and
round the floor.
Gradually everyone caught the spir-1
it of the peasant folk dance, and the
room seemed to contain nothing but
flying arms and feet. One could al-
most imagine the scene laid over in
Czecho-Slovakia except for the ex-1
ceedingly American-looking hats and
sports dresses, and the long grey
trousers of the three lonely men.
All women in the junior play must
pay a tax of $2 to their group leaders
before Thursday. From this a cer-
tain amount will be deducted for re-
freshments, 25 cents for each time
tardy, and 50 cents for each time ab-
sent. All who fail to observe this
regulation will be dropped from the
play, and also those who have more
than 3 absences or 4 cases of tardi-
ness.

1101 ty O lhi 0 ;1ZUc. r1 'e.
are to be used to start a circulating
library of reference books on the sub-1
ject of child study for the benefit of }
- the club members.
The next meeting of the club which
will he held at 7:45 o'clock Monday
in Lane hall will be in charge of Mrs. r
H. C. Coffman. Papers on the generalj
subject "Truth and Falsehood" will
be read by members of her group af-
ter which there will be a round tablet
discussion.t
ELECT D.A.R. DELEGATESj
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter
of the Daughters of American Revolu-
tion will hold their Februa'ry meeting I
at 3 o'clock today at the Chi Omega
house, 1503 Washtenaw avenue. Mrs.
Henry Berger, chapter regents will be
hostess.
Dr. Henry D. Wild of the English
department will speak on "Democratic
Ideals in American Literature." The
delegates and alternates of the con-
tinental congress which will be held
in April at Washington, D. C., will be
elected at this meeting.
The executive board of the Sarah
Caswell Angell chapter will meet at
2:30 o'clock at the Chi Omega house
preceeding the chapter meeting.
} MECCA COFFEE in conv

Suent Comments VaufV~ nnui
TsIIota Sigma i will initiate the fol-
On Athletics Hee TICE I jII lowing women at 2 o'clock Saturday
4lnl t~eZCS eye or NG INSIU TE'!I afternoon in room 410 of the Chem-'
istry building: Gail Nickerson, '25,
-According to Miss Katherine Floyd, More than 50 patrons of the folk Lida Thatcher, '25, Viola Brekke, '26,
Elective classes in swim- '5, from the University of South Car- dance institute each night have taken and Mildred James, assistant in chem-
ing will be held at 4 o'clock M olina, Michigan women have a far advantage of the cafeteria supper ser- istry. The initiation service' will be
days and Wednesdays and 4 o'clock, wider scope of Athletic activities from ved in the Barbour gymnasium by followed by tea in the ilbrary of Mar-
Tuesdays and Thursdays, in Barbour which to choose. Here, a woman may members of the W. A. A. between 6 and tha Cook.
gymnasium. Anyone interested should paticipate not only in sports su 7 o'clock. The refreshments, which
report tis as basketball and swimming but may are provided at a low price, consist Vashington, Feb. 25.-January prol
also perfect herself in the less widely of coffee, a variety of sandwiches, duction of automobiles in the United
All orders for Senior caps and known sports including fencing; arch- cream puffs, ice cream sandwiches, States and Canada. amounted to 212,-
gon utbegvnb 9ocok(knownsprsicuigfnigarh
gowns must be given by 9 o'clock ery, and quoits. fruit and candy. Arrangements are 188 passenger, cars, and 28,004 trucks.
Saturday evening for delivery in time Miss Floyd does not think, however, in charge of Myra Finsterwald, '27, The Canadian proportion was 8,301
for the Junior Girls' play. Measure- that all the advantages are on Mich- j and Irene Field, '27. - passenger machines, and 1,540 trucks.
ments are being taken at Mack and igan's side. At the Uniyersity of
Company, second floor. South Carolina greater interest is
added by the fact that the basketball
Announcement has been made that team does not confine its activities to f l/1
the church concert will be given by the home floor. Games are played
the University Girls' Glee club Friday wil other schools all over the state.
evening at Jackson but not the radio An(] the tennis team, too, gains in skill
concert as was previously announc- through intercollegiate competition.
I. That much greater interest is taken
in athletics by the student body as a/
Junior play chorus rehearsals will whole is evidenced by the fact that
be held as follows: Today, 3 and 4 practically the whole group is present
at 4 o'clock, 5 at 5 o'clock; tomor- at all the games, men as well as wom-
rowl F and 4 at 4 o'clock. en. "We go to their games;" says
----Miss Floyd, "why shouldn't they come
The world fellowship committee of to see ours?"
the Y. W. C. A. will meet at 5 o'clock
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Plans for the Dutch Treat Party
Friday afternoon in Barbour gymnaui-
uum are under way, and the following
committees have been appointed: de-
corations, Alice Allen, '25; refresh-
ments, Catherine Kelder, '27; Eliza-
beth Nutt, '28; Marguerite Woodward,
'26; Dorothy Baird, '28;Louise Mur-
ray, '28; Phyllis Loughton, '28; Lou-
ise Briggs, '28; Louise Piggott, '28;
Mable Schott, '28; and Mary Van
Deursen, '28.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

today at Newberry hall.
All members of the Girls' Mandolin
club are urged to be present at the
meeting at 5 o'clock, today in New-
berry hall.
The meeting of Senior Society which
was to be held Tuesday evening at
Helen Newberry residence has been
indefinitely postponed.

enient Half-Pound Tins

Miss Grace Richards, assistant to
the Dean of Women, is attending the
national conference of deans of wom-
en in Cincinnati. She will return in
time to enable Mrs. Amy S. Hobart,
assistant dean of women, to attend
the conference Friday and Saturday.
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