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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 192

THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

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WOMAN PROFESSOR COMES
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'ANUNCE COMMITTEES
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PROF. MARGARET ELLIOTT
CONDUCT NEW COURSE
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Announcement has been made of the
appointment of Miss Margaret Elliott
as assistant professor in the School
of Business Administration. Proles-
sior Elliott will devote most of her
time this semester to research workI
in that school, and will conduct one
course in the Economics department
which is entitled "Special Topics in
Labor Problems." This course, which
is a new one in the University curri-
culum, deals chiefly with social insur-
ance including old age, pensions, and
other 'problems arising from unem-
ployment. Acco'rding to Prof. Elliott,
these are some of the most funda-
mental problems in industry today.
Prof. Elliott., who is a graduate
of Wellesley and who received her
Doctor's degree from Radcliffe, has just
returned to this country from abroad.
While there she was engaged In re-
search regarding the problem of tn-
'employmnent in England, France, and
Germany, and this work will -be some-
SWhat incorporated , into the present
1 zourse, although the chief emphasis
will be upon problems in this coun-
tr.
The course given by Prof. Elliott is
listed as Economics 128 and meets at
8 o'clock, Monday, Wednesday, and
Priday.
Porti2x Program
Is "All American"
"All American Night" will be the
i-'feature of the first meeting of the se-
mester of the Portia Literary society
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Portia
club rooms of Angell hall.
SThe program includes the following
Vspeakers:. Loretta Cooper, '26, "Do!!
you speak English"; Marion Good, '26,1
"Slang"; Doris Slingluff, '26, "Mod-
ei'n Music-the effect of Jazz".t
NOTICES
Junior play rehearsals will be held
as follows in Barbour gymnasium:
' today, choruses 3 and 4 at 4 o'clock,
' chorus 2 at 5 o'clock, chorus A at 7:15,
,chorus 5 at 8 o'clock; tomorrow, chor-
uses BB and F at 4 o'clock, chorus-
es A and 2 at 5 o'clock, chorus 4 at
7:15, chorus 3 at 8 o'clock; Thurs-
(lay, chorus A at 4 o'clock, choruses
1,. and 4 at 5 o'clock, chorus B at 7:15,
chorus 5 at 8 o'clock.

Two hundred tickets have been sold
and fifty tables promised for the val-'
entine bridge-tea party to be given
from 2:30 to 5 o'clock Saturday at
Martha Cook building. The Martha
Cook women will act as hostesses
while the proceeds of the bridge-tea
will benefit the Woman's League. The
fifty tables will be divided into five
groups of ten each; and a prize will
be offered fur each group.
The ticket committee includes:
Genevieve Wright, '25, president of the
Hcnor Council, Hannah Fitch '27 andf
Charlotte Eckert, '25, representing
sororities, Ruth Hirschman, '27, rep-
resenting the dormitories, and EvelynI
Murray, '27. Other committee chair-I
men include: Juna Barnes, '25, Mir-
iam Goddards, '25, Eleanor Crooks,
'25, Frances Horine, '25, Virginia
Earle, '26, and Bernice Tompkins, '25.1
Patronesses for the party include: I
Mrs. M. L. Burton, Mrs. Amy Hobart,
{ Miss Grace Richards, Miss Zelma
Clarke, and Mrs. O. J. Campbell.
The general committee for theI
bridge-tea is Mary White, '28, Flor-j
ence McCombe, '25, and Ethel Schroe-
der, '25.
Basketball Series
To Open Tomorrow
Interhouse competition in basket-
ball will open at 4 o'clock tomorrow
in Barbour gymnasium with the fol-
lowing games: Alpha Phi vs. PhiI
Sigma Sigma, and Kappa Alpha Theta
vs- Helen Newberry residence; at 51
o'clock Adelia Cheever will play
against Westminster house and Gam-;
ma Phi Beta will compete with The-
ta Phi Alpha,
According to Miss Elsie Erley, di-
rector of theainterhouse basketball
tournament, all who are interested!
in the sport are urged to come and
rhaa..f 4. ih* r f nri*4

A. A. U. W. Holds
__ iPROFR ff000 SPEAKS TO
Card Party Today
Reservations have been made for I 8AJW* ON IMMIGRTIONi
practically ,all the available tables l
for the bridge party being given by Prof. A. E. Wood, of the sociology#
the local branch of the American 1 department, spoke on "Some Aspects
Association of University Women at I of an Immigration Policy" at thej
2:30 o'clock tomorrow in the homes luncheon given yesterday at the Union
of 2:S Ann Arbor members. Guests are by the international relations commit-
asked to bring cards and table covers. tee of the local branch of the American.
Memer ofth asocatin nd hetAssociation of University Women.
Memcibers of the association and thenr' Professor Wood outlined the history
friends who wish to sew or to play
500" insteal of bridge are requested of immigration legislation in the
to call Mrs. Thomas Reed, 3087-J, or United States and described the pro-
iss Mabel Van Kleek, 3223-R, for visions of the hills since 1882. In
riersvatio Vns. fdiscussing the bill passed in 1924, Pro-
fessor Wood said: "The quota princi-
ple is sound, limiting the percent
Y. W. CommitteeWhich may come in every month
Tmakes for a steady flow of immigrants,
To Extend Program i and will tend to make Ellis Island I
a gateway and not a hotel. No one
A more extensive programme is t doubts the wiseness of limiting the
be (arrie'd out by th-e Aern n Inumber of immigrants, but the prin-
Iciples of selection should be fair.
committee of the Y. W. C. A. this se- 'The policy should be the exclusion
lmester than ever before, according to of defective individuals, but equality
Reva Allen, '25, general chairman of In discriminating between races."
this department of the Y. W. C. A. Following the speech, a discussion
Miss Carrie L. Dicken, who has had of the recent bill followed., Members
charge of this work for several years, were urged to hear Raymond Fosdick
is to ieet all women who are inter- speak Feb. 10 on "Organizing our
esited at 4 o'clock tomorrow at Perry International Relations." The place
school to discuss future plans. The i will be definitely announced later.
wcrk, which has been confined to
Perry school, is to be extended to !Miss Falizabeth Bredin, 'director of
other public schools throughout they the student friendship fund of the
city, thus making it possible for more Y. W. C. A. In the central part of the
women to enter the field. The work United States, ,will speak at 3:30
which is done by these women is o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall
mainly the teaching of the English on student relief work 4n Russia.
language to foreign women. All Miss Bredin has been located in
student women are eligible for work Russia for several years and has done
if they are interested. student relief work at the Y. W. C. A.
headquarters at Archangel, Moscow
Miss Elsie Erley of the Physical GndPetrograd.
Education department will speak to-
night to the Parent-Teacher associa- The University Girls' Glee club will
tion of Berkley, Michigan on the sub- hold a. regular meeting at 4:30 this
ject, "The Role of Play in the Life afternoon in Room 305, School ofI
of an Individual."Mi Music.

Three Speakers
ToTAddress Club
Mrs. Melvin Porter of New York,
president of the western area of the
league of women voters, will address
the meeting ;of the Woman's club at
2:30 o'clock today in Lane Hall on the
subject of the child labor bill. Other
speakers included on the program are
Dwight Springer who is reported to
be one of the best informed men of
the state on political matters, and
Miss Alice Lake, superintendent of
nurses at the University hospital, who
will speak on the public health nurs-
ing bill which she formulated and in-
troduced into the Senate.
Mrs. Roe Shay, ch'airman of the
legislative committee of the Woman's
club, is in charge of the afternoon's
program.

COMITEANNOUNCES'
JUNIOR POSTER WINNERS
First place in the Junior Girl's play
poster contest has been awarded to
Mabel Crotty. According to the an-
nouncement made by Ruth Rankin,
chairman of the poster committee, the
winner will receive a prize of $10.
The second prize of $5 goes to Mary
Lou Miller, while honorable mention
is given Florence Probst. The par-
t cipation in the contest was limited
to junior women.
These poster designs will be used on
the musical scores, the programs and
[l1 printed poster's.
H A VE~ YOU81 SCI E I ETT

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how!'but ha
The kiddies will meet you at the door!
Oh, joy - is WRIGLEY'S! Yes, joy and
benefit, for this long -lasting, inexpensive
sweet helps teeth, appetite and digestion.
shildren love it and all the time they're
getting the good it does them.
Doctors and dentists say that chewing
gum cleans the teeth and aids tooth
nutrition. Also, that .it. helps digestion.
Nothing else at 5 cents means so much
in benefit and pleasure.

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Variety is the spice of life in clothes
as well as other things. Slipped in
with thefrocks of black and white
and natural kasha, which are so pop-
ular with the "gentle fair" who are
sunning themselvesat Palmy each
and Miami, Fla., and the many Cal-.
ifornia resorts, is an occasional'
brightly colored frock that suggests
the more or less rugged Highlands of

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eneer for their favorites.

Scotland rather than the semi-tropical flaring skirt suggestive of the Scotch
scenes of the south. kilt and a cape back 'reminiscent of
Such a frock I am pictu'ring today. a Highland jacket is offered for your
The gay plaid of tartan cloth with a approval.
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DO YOU KNOW that you have
to pay your subscription to
the 'Ensian before Feb. 15?

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So we say

$5
That's the special price here
on smart yellow slickers that
are the best rain protection you'
can get. All sizes. Buy one
now. Be prepared for wet
weather. And save money,
too!
SECOND FLOOR
GOOD YEA'S

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'The art section of the Faculty Wo-
men's club will meet at 2 o'clock to-
day at the home of Mrs. E. S. Brown,
519 Forest avenue. Members who
wish to form a group for' painting and
sketching are requested to call Mrs.
A. E. Wood, 3082-R.
All who have not signed up for re-
quired courses in physical education
for this semester should do so immed-{
iately'in Barbour gymnasium. All
should report for class in the regula-
tion gymnasium outfit.
Interclass basketball practice for to-
day and Thursday will be as follows:
seniors and sophomores from 4 to 5
o'clock, juniors and freshmen from 5
to 6. Squads and class managers are
to be chosen next week.
Hockey awards have arrived and l
will he given out from 2 to 5 o'clockI
today at the W. A. A. desk located on,
the landing at Barbour gymnasium.
Athena will hold an important busi-
ness meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight.
All members are requested to be pre-1
sent.I
All members of the point system
committee of-the Woman's League are
asked to meet at 3 o'clock today in
iarbour gymnasium.

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IF YOU ARE SENDING YOUR LA UNDRY HOME
The Second Semester Should Begin a
New Era in Your Laundry Problem

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Advanced elective work in dancing
vill be given by Miss Ruth Price of
the department of physical education
at 4 o'clock, Monday and Wednesday,
in Barbour gymnasium. All women'
who are interested should report at
that time tomorrow.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
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efficient to send your work to the
Varsity.
Your satisfaction is our aim
and our claim for your work is
based on that.

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Many clever ones.
Many funny ones.
Many with just

You owe one to rourself
HAVE you ever considered the many advantages of a
portable typewriter in college and in all your after life?
Ask any upper classman who uses one, and he will
give you some valuable pointers.
And here are six reasons why you should choose

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