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February 28, 1925 - Image 5

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Freshman women will assemble for
an all freshman mass meeting to be
held at 5 o'clock, Tuesday, March 3 ine
University hall. At this meeting plans
will be made for the annual Fresh-I
man Pageant to be given in May, and
a general chairman for the pageantz
wvili be elected from the class. Miss
Jean Hamilton, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, Miss Janet Cummings and Miss1
Grace Richards will be present to as-1
sist in forming plans.,
The pageant is an outdoor natural1
dancing pageant put on by freshman
women. It precedes the Lantern
Night ceremonies which take place in;
the evening. The Freshman Pageant
is a traditional affair.
The Michigan Federation of Music
clubs will hold a convention March 16,
17 and 18 at the Michigan Union. The
Matinee Musicale assisted by the other
federation music clubs of Ann Arbor
will be the hostesses at this conven-
The convention meetings, the lunch-
eon and the concerts will be open to
all those who are interested. -While
all public meetings will be held at the_
Union, the concerts of Tuesday and'
Wednesday will be held at the Schoolj
of Music. Palmer Christian will give
a complimentary organ recital Wed-
nesday afternoon at Hill auditorium
for those attending the convention.

t i genaGrlvOer ornAdnunorGirls'Play FBI a present the annual Junior Girls'
norI play to the public.
~nteuzgent Girls Overwork A nd[unrGr y patoheubi.
-VIILIIII-JII iNow Of Legal Age But growth and tradition have gone
Bg dscE IOThe Junior Girls play is now 21 years of the play's existence. At one
That it's Ihe intelligent girl, and The records of the Health Service years old. It is of legal' age, and time the customs would hinder the
not i he "dumb-bel" who doesn't know give figures which indicate that health Michigan women's rifle scores for last it.s time for it to grow up." Such progress; at other times these same
enough to stop w~orking when she is conditions among women this year week fell below those of De Pauw, Cin- s the attitude of Miss Amy Loomis, customs assured the production of
are better than that of last year. The cinnati, and George Washington uni- the play Three years ago, for some
fatigued, is the contention of Dr. number of women using the infimary versities; according to the return the first woman director of the an- heay. hree as o , o oe
Margaret Bell, in a statement issued last semester is reported to be 93, scores received yesterday. With 500 nual production of junior women. And hessd t oy
reportedthe bounds of the stuent memory,
on the health condition of college wo- which is 23 less than the number given as a possible perfect score, De Pauw; those who heard the statement won- the junior women decided that men
men during the last semester. for the first semester of the previous scored 492, Cincinnati made 490, and (lered if the play had really grown. should be debarred from the produc-
"We find that main incapacity comes year, when the figures were 116. The the George Washington university 496. Some contended that it had grown tion. Tradition hovered in the bal-
through fatigue," said Dr. Bell. "Many number of women's visits to Dr. Bell The corresponding Michigan score as much as could be expected, taking ance, and at last the production was
girls overestimate their ability and for the first semester of 1924-1925, was 487. into consideration the traditions which thrown open to the general public,
take on too much work, and conse- exclusive of medical fall examinations, During this week score cards have stilt the growth of the play. They and the interest of the play broaden-
quently have too little time to devote is given at 1301, as compared to 1290 been made for competition with Illin- pointed out the strength of the tradi- ed. Then it grew another year.
to exercise and physical culture. The ( given for the same period last year. ois, Oregon, Nevada, Delaware and I tions, and the influence they have
result is that they break down. We The slight increase in dispensary Nebraska Universities. These will be on everything connected with the
had to send several girls home last calls over last year is said to be ap- completed today and mailed tonight by "Dear old Alma Mater." In its growth
semester because of overwork; they parently due to -the "follow-up Sys- the coach, Capt. L. M. Bricker of the it has had to fight the traditions, and
need at least six or eight months' tem" now in force, which follows up It O. T. C. has had to change age old customs to
rest before they can resume their tlefective cases discovered during the a___add a new page to their book of
work. Most of them are intelligent fall examination of freshmen, who are achievement.
and ambitious girls, too," added Dr. called in for further observation and SENIOR WOMEN ATTENTION Butin spiteof the restraining influ-
Bell. "They'll never make the same study. 1n1eL If rit , he
mistake ,-gain."Ha ods oethot ndml ences of traditions, the Junior Girls'
When asked how much school work Head colds, sore throats and mild Several senior women have play has become a stable institution
Whod ahforms of bronchitis predominate not been measured for their in the course of the college year. No
a girl should carry and at the same among the cases of illness among the cap and gown! Today is the junior class would.consider their year
time not jeopordize her health, Dr.Istudents. last day that measurements will complete without the annual enter-
Bell answered, 'That depends entirely ( be taken for those women who i for the senior w
on the girl's endurance. Some ca . . a1 tainmentn
r s Topics concerning the new adminis- wish to have their cap and gown the seniors are first given the oppor-
carry more than others. But a girl
should realize that it is of no value tration will be discussed at the next (delivered in time to wear to the tunity to don their caps and gowns.
whatever for her to. become trained meeting of Athena which will be held Junior Girls play. Measure- IAnd it is traditions of this type that
in a particular field, then break down at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night. The ments will be taken on the sec- rather than stunt, the
because ofoverwork, and not be able program will be as follows: Bigraphi- n k floor of Macl't until ' agrowth of the production. So nowas HERE'S
to make use of her training."' I cal Sketch of Calvin Coolidge by Nor- clock tonight. Women who have ; regularly as campus men don won- H R lnyo
reietsHealth conditions in general among !m Snell, '26, ThePrsdn' New not been measured are urged to en's clothes, andi become the so-call- - yet to wear winterC
women have been good, according to Cabinet by Sarah Baicker, '28L, and do so today! ed winsome actresses, the Michigan We've about twenty Stu
Dr. Bell. The number of infectuous The Policies of the New Administra- women assume a masculine dignity 9nes left and are selling1
,-- ---- n. l, 1i tion by Bernice Tomnkins 2)

But there is one tradition sacred to
the junior girls. Their production
has been, for 20 years, an amateur af-
fair, and, as the play "becomes of age,"
as Miss Loomis expresses it, it will
remain an amateur production.
Dr. Thomas D. Wood, head of the
physical educational department at
Columbia Teachers' college will be en-
tertained at luncheon this noon at the
Green Tree inn. Other guests will in-
elude: Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. John
Sundwall and. other members of the
Health Service.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription



diseases were exceptionally low last y ,
semester, while no cases of scarlet The joint meeting with Port
fever were reported at all. The chief ;been postponed to a week from
reasons for this condition, according day.
to Dr. Bell, are the preventative mea-
sures taken, and the evenness of theG
"This is a year of fallen arches,
however," commented Dr. Bell. "It's
probably due to the fact that our col- ! -110N
1I 4 P. M.--Delta Zeta vs. Col
lege women. walk more. Oan the other: ate Somosis.
hand, the wrong kind of shoes areK D a vs. Al
also responsible. I thoroughly agree

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Just Arrived from the East
A wonderful selection of hats
Special for Saturday
$5.00, $6.50 and $7.50
Popular Price Hat Shop-
333 South Main


at $19.75 to $59.75. They'd
be excellent values even if
spring were 1actually here.
And it isn't!


Miss Mary Sweeney, dietician of the
Merrill-Palmer school, Detroit, spoke
under the auspices of the nursery
section of the Faculty Women's club
on "Is Your Child Getting a Square
Deal ?' yesterday afternoon in the
auditorium of the University high
school. Miss Sweeney was formerly
dean of home economics at M. A. C.,
Lansing, and at the University of Ken-
tucky at Lexington.
In leading up to the knowledge
which was required on the part of
the parents in order to give the child-
a square deal, the speaker first des-
cribed the modern child and the new
set of impulses which it has in the;
new world. Miss Sweeney said: "We
must understand this new model to
give our child a square deal."
Among the various subjects which
parents should know about, Miss
Sweeney mentioned: positive health,
nutrition, clothes, fatigue, the physical
make-up, posture, blood, growth and
health habits, and all these in rela-
tion to the health of thevchild. Miss
.Sweeney talked on the '"vitamins and
the foods in which they are found.
She concluded by saying: "These
things determine the future health'of
the child. It is not a matter of lack
of love or willingness on the part of
the parents, but of ignorance."
Theta Sigma will meet at 8 o'clock
Wednesday at the Kappa Alpha 'theta
Junior play chorus rehearsals will be
held as follows today: 5 and 3 at 9
o'clock, 3 and A at 10 o'clock, A and.
2 at 11 o'clock, BB and 4 at 1 o'clock,
B and F at 2 o'clock, F at 3 o'clock.
Bluebooks on the required hygiene
lectures have been corrected and
should be called for before Monday
night in the director's office in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Kappa Phi initiation will be held at
5 o'clock Friday, March 6, at the I
Methodist church.
{ It will benefit University wo-
men to come in contact withj
Miss Elizabeth Burchenal, who
is an authority upon the sub-
[ studied the European and Amer-{
S ican dances at first hand for sev-{
ject of folk dancing, having
years and published more than
six books on the subject.
The material givenewill be
valuable to prospectiye direc-
tors of recreation in summer 1
{camps, schools industries, set-{
tlement houses or other social
{ organizations.{
Juniors and seniors who have

wit r B gie tnt wmensnoim t P Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.
wear the type of shoe best fitted forA
their feet. Otherwise sankle neural-w Alpha Epsilon Iota
gia' and fallen arches result." Helen dewberry vs. Alpha j




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Dr. Bell is optimistic about the
alth of the women, however, as the IIESDAY
cords of the physical training de- 4:15 P. M.-Juniors vs. seniors.
rtment show that girls are going Freshmen vs. sopho-
to more sports than in previousm s
Special Sale on
Corsets and' Girdles
Starting today and iasting for
one week, we are runnig
speelal sale of discontinued
models of eorsets and girdles
at a remnarliably low price.
Here is your OI'POIITIUNIT
to get what you want at a great
The Exquisite
Corset Sho
109 West Liberty St. Phone1(")2
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Special Sale for Friday
and Saturday
Cyclamen, Cinerarias
and Primroses, UC
Healthy, robust plants, just coming into bloom; Cycla-
men, Cinerarias or P0rimroses. These plants sell reg-
ularly at $1.50 but for Friday and Saturday the price
will be 50c delivered. Open Friday and Saturday
evenings until 10 o'clock.

Modes for Spring Will Be Portrayed
at a Style Promenade
2 to 3 O'clock This Afternoon



Reflecting the lovely spirit of Spring, the new Modes in their most attractive moods will
be portrayed in'a Style Promenade from 2 to 3 o'clock this afternoon, second floor.
Models will walk slowly through the Ready-to-Wear sections, giving each guest an oppor-
tunity to view the newest arrivals in Frocks, Coats and Millinery as they appear when
worn. You are invited to attend this affair, which will give you a comprehensive idea
of the manner of the Mode.

Fresh cut flowers of every variety fresh



greenhouses at well-known moderate prices.


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