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THUR~lSDAY, )MTA RCTI 5, 1925

TIHE MTCHITGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV~E

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,WOME S~u ENTS N urses H old Card'
WOMENSTIJINTSParty Tomorrow
A card party will be held at 8 o'-'

Coiuiiitte Presents \Inc Additionali
Rules For Mlembers
Consideration

tory undI(er th1e direction of t he Social
Service de'nartmlent. There will be
20 tobles. P -jceeds will ber uscd to
contt :bute to the $200 goal of the
Michigan dlivision of the nurses' as-

_ ITENTIOR pRG~gM Elect Officers Nl POESR HAE f o a' lb
TALK S T O ELNO IfC fIW I1L1LBENFIT LEGUE A leanulmeig tm W ILL APPEAR MACH I10
Gutv_.Mchu f(i Tickets for the International Night folwnofiesereecdfr the Salpl a publication of the Mich-roa
P'olfflea ssience Professor Speaks of1 la nguagee del>artment will give a icc! programu which will bie given at 8 o' year: Mrs. Barbara A. Dewey pre- jta nurses and the only magazine
"JDenocraey i theI ture ol "Twent y Years in Costa Rica" !clock tonight, in Hill a uditoriu mt, have iet r. C -. E t n is ie n te c m u u ls e y w m n
priesident; Mrs. JTosephine E. Cleve-Iwilmkitthrquteyapa-
*Orient" a ih 'lc tonightinro 203,: been selling rapidly, accordingtoAn!ldrese;Ms.E aBbo, *nconheamuMrh10
Tappan hall. The lecture is tunder the Sceley, '27, general chairman of the secreltreasre;Mrs.E ihs. Edna Babson-, adingthe a mpues Marhi 10. il
DISCUSSES KOREA. auspices of the history department. sale. The sale will remain open to- retrothdamdprmn;Ms.Ib a"itry fSugy"yD.
da tth adybohinuivriy lce Mummery, director of the home; Frank 1L. Snyder, an article on "Pos-
Ka p .P i initiation wvil le held at hall. The W omen's League will re-; d p r m n; M s ay Sak r a d tu e y Ms ee . C o k r n
"D~emocracy- in the Orient" was the ~oclock Friday, March 6. at the ceive the proceeds. All league housesdMisstNellie ovin. Mdelegateltk aer andaccounty ofs theen Intocernatinal
sujc ftetl ie yii~ Methodist church, and sororities which have not turnedI federation; Mrs. Hudson Sheldon and Nurses' Convention at Finland by
Joseph R1.flayden, of the political Iin the reort on the tickets given themMr.Hln Lok odateaes {isMry .Ptroisruo-
science department, at the joint meet- Ali organized hike for honor points must do so immediately, supervisor in the department of nurs-
ing 6; the Women's Education-al club wvill leave Iarbour gymnasium at 4 The event is the annual production I W1orntit Sells Herself for C'arer ing. There will also be the usual
and 1'i Lambd +a Theta which was held oclock Friday. See W. A. A. bulletin given by the Cosmopolitan society. Miss Jessie Hislop of New York; editorials and jokes, accounts of so-
Tuesday night at the university high; board for further dletails,. and is coached by Prof. A. D. Moore,
school. Having recently spent a year - - of the electrical engineering depart- Ciy h s a v r se h rel fo sle ia e ens nd f te w rk f te
an af i h re t 'o e s i ~ pa ~~ e~sl sil I" h l to the man who will pay her $5000 student council.
and aehalfand Mre.OMoort. Amongsthe !
C Juiorpla t hc , sle illfathel urcnt; ad Ms, oor. Aongtheand permit her to take uip the study At the present time work is going

P L A S P CIA X V E K arship fu m' h l iv e at . 11w present tim e.,
I! ~Ton t ho w'a nddo(ll a rs has been set as
Discussion of the rushing (question the ;gozl1 of thje organization as a
stook place at the Pan-Hellenic meet- whole. This goAl heing reached.,Oan
Inbg held this week when nine hypo- equal amount. will be given by the
',,thetical rules concerning rushing and Rocke~cller Foundation.
'.orority life were introduced by Hld __1_____
en Metzger, '27M, and her committee
*;which included Frances Parish, '27,
weein brief as follows: A mass meet- ALIAiIhO P1 W S
in d Sorall e atern '25.o Te se no ruls-in'
in aies until after the student' I N iISK' TD l PIDL11 l0it
has r egistered and classified, a party
consists of over five persons, one par- AlIpti a uimicron 1i and Delta Gain-
'ya week all semester, the rushee ma were the victV; s in the secondf
can only attend one party a week, per'-
,sonal guests may be invited provided round11(ajnwes cof the interhouse bask-ti
,there are no more than four, a rushee ; tball tournament which were played
&cannot attend more than three partiesI yesterday.
at one house, no rushee can stay at In at hard fast ganaie the outlaw team
'. Ihouse over night, the upper class ~ ~ ~ 1 iilt lpt mco
p~ledlge day shall be the Sunday after;wsfretoildoAphOmcn
'Thanksgiving. .iI, the score being 10 to l). The
Anopenforu will be held Api. teamls Were alm ost eo nal lv ma (died'
7 in University hall and each sororiyatouhVe dvzcs eei tela
is to send 15 delegates to vote on sec- ex'ep~t at tlie score ot 4 where .they
ond semester rushing. Field l a brief tie. Excellent playing
A replort was made by the constitu-wssh nbyIenBora,'5;
tional change committee. Next Trues- ih ow o lh mco
day, Wednesday, Thursday, andiclFr~i- i and Louise hoer', their right guard.
day will be known as Friendship On the outlaw teaminspecial skill wasI
WVeek on behalf of the Russian stu- shown by Fraiices Kennedy, '27,I
dents. Miss Jean Hamilton suggest- jumpn~ug center, antd Margaret Ilanni-
e(1 that each soror'ity serve one din- halI, '27. right guard.
ncer accordling to the style of Russian Less evenly watched wore the Chir
students' meals, approximating 11 Omega ande Doelta Gainnia teamis. fori'
cents each and estimate the amount wo h cr was 34 to 5 in fav-
savedl by that experiment which could or of the latter. Especially goodi
be used to ai(d the Russian students.i teaimwor'k was displayed by the Del-i
Pan Hellenic will hold the next; to Gamma team as a whole, and cen-
meeting on March 17 when changes j teredl about Alma Crouse, '25, who as
in rushing in other sororities and uni- l basket shooter put the fitting climax;
versities will be discussed.E on most of -their plays.
SENIR W MEN LANHONOR COUNCIL TO GIV
T O GIBE M O DERN PL AY FI l S T D NC RI A

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flayden was able to speak of the sit- i t follows: Todlay,.1! and A at 4 o'-'
nation there; from personal observa- clock, B 13L'H, and 5 at 5 o'clock, 1, 2,
tion of :conditions. 3, 4, 5, G, at. 7 o'clock..
. Acrding to him the great histor- -
i alOama of the next hundred years Clb leaolc:'s committee of the Y. W.
!will be the advance of relations be- C. A. will meet at 4 o'clock todlay at
Stween the East and the West and the iiartha Cook b)uildling to discuss the
formation of a. new set of institutions program for this semnester. '
ini the ,Occident. Dbinocracy and na-
tionalismn are the two great forces Members of the new leadership
at. work in the Eastern world. Pro- commission of the Y. AV. C. A. will I
fesgor Vayden discussed the situation( meet, at 4 o'clock today at Newberry
in Dorea as typical. "There it will hall.
bo neceosary to raise the level of the
pleople or they will become serfs both Junior women who wish to usher
economically and politically," he said.; at the play should call Dorothy
"There is a strong democratic move-+ Gooch, 1325.
mei~nt in Japan but the Chinese peo--
ple are- wfar from taking that step." !Tryouts for' the womian's section ofl
s1Professor Hayden stated that the The Michigan Daily are. requested to1
two great dlifficulties in the way of es- =report to the women's editor between
tablishping democracy in the East ai'e 4 and 5 o'clock today.
the great gap between the p~eople at.! _____________
the top :ahd the people at the bottom FACULTY CLUJB TO MELT;
a snd the absence of a tradition of free-
(loim. In the East the conception thlat
a mnan must fight for his rights lie- i The regulair monthly meeting of theI
cause he owes it to his countmry, is 3n- Faculty Women's club will be held It
tirelv blacking.'1:3:30 o'clock today in the small as-

imnibers will be, an Arabian dance
by :Marian Miller, '25, the Girls' Man-
dolin club, a Scottish dance by Helen N
.Allan, grad, accompanied on the bag-
pipes by J. M. Inverarity, a native
i bagpiper, and a variety of Russian
and Spanish music. The program this
year is more unified than previously,
since the acts are brought into har-
mony with a definite plot.
Frieda Cobb Blanchard, assistant
director of the botanical gardens
gave a paper on "The genetic consti-
tution of OenotherA pratincola and
some of its mutations" yesterday af-
ternoon at a meeting of the botanical
seminar.

of medicine. For years she has had
a desire to study to become a physic-
ian but owing to financial difficulties
has been unable to do as she wished.
Miss Hislop says that it is entirely
this desire for education and not any
romantic disappointment that caused
her to take this unusual step.

forward on the annual which will ap-
pear the later part of May or the first
of June. This annual constitutes the
fourth quarterly of Scalpel.
Students of the Architectural col-
lege are planning to take a trip to
Detroit to see the Builders' show.

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Professor I-ayden oloes not exp~ect'
to see a. sudden withdrawal of tihe
West from the East.
I BASKETBAL4L SC.'HE'DUL~E j
I TODAY
I 4:15 P. M.--Fresbnien vs. jun- I
11 fors. V
I Seniors vs. sophomores.I

i sembly room of the Union. The mus-
is section of the club will furnish
the program, x
Members of the bride's section of
the club axe requested to meet down- i
A,,flis and attend the meeting in a j
hotly. t
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Havana, March 4.-The American
embassy in a statement issued an- i
nounced that General John J. Per-
skiing is ill at his hotel here.

20'7-9
Discount
A nice saving for you on that
Birthday gift or Wedding pres-
ent.
Conte to m lille the selection is
good.
APPLIED ART*
2 Nickels Arcade
Opposite Substation

Plans for tihe Senior Gir'ls' play I Frhn
,were discussed at the meeting of sen- daceiii rid
fom' women which was held at 5 o'- ,epe
clock yesterday in Angell hall. mln of th
Contrary to custom., it was decidiedmebr
to) give a mlodern'i one-act play. This 1 -radr
wil e;rve mnmediately following Cer 2
tile senior breakfast in the Union balli
room which will b)e available and~ tra has be
suitable for such a production. music. At
a. . .restricted
By givinga one-act play it is hopedhossa
to better keen within the time and fl- hTheslint
nancial limits which are a consider- ! Te i
able factor andl to achieve greater aildeMrs.
success thani has been piossible in the IadMs
I H-familton,
past. Fewer characters will be need-
edi so that the cast can be limited tojGereA
those in tihe class who have real tal- l'B Adams,
ent and an interest in the work. ! Cake, and

nor Council will give its first
day evening at the Masonic
Audrey Wells, '28, is chair-
lie olance, while the other
in charge are Gretchen
'26, music; :Maxine Shink-
refreshments; andl Lucia'
G, programs. Buck's orchies-
ien engagedl to furnish the
ttcndoance at tihe(danide is
to members of the Honor
A their escorts.
of patrons and patronesses
Dean Wilbur I. Hlumuphreys

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Mr's. Amy S.
May and Mrs.I
Mrs. iH. A. Rea
Mr's. E. G. Het

Dean fJean'j
Hobart, Dr. I
May. Mrs. S.
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wiflij ust that little extrac
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IMore than $30 p~rofit was mrad(
De Pau wv W omenE the WV.A. A. last week on the
TFavor Soccer Game i ingthie folk dance institute at
h~our gynmnasiunm.
'Soccer instead of hockey dturin gthe j
fall season is one of the features ofj
the Defan w athletic priogr'ami, ac-
cor'dimng to a letter recently received
from Greencastle.,1Ind. In this they K
dilffer' fromi the University b~ut in the
indoor seaxson; they have an iiitei'iiouse Sul
biaskeotball1 tournament similar in plan ~I
r tothatof Michigan.
Membership in the DePauw W. A, G E
A. requires 50 athletic honor poinits GfwihK5LusYeerndb na t
ing a team or squad. A sweater with SII~i
an old golod "D" is given fomr win-
uing 2000 points. In the fall a. "walk- - Sa
out" is given at which the organiza- 60F IET
t ion~ is exp~lainled to tile new women F
on campus.------

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Heart and kidney trouble and rheumatism
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