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T"UTIaDAY, MARCH 12, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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omas' eage T H~flf PLY ~Y.Wc.A Reigius lflI 2IMInrrn~~SENIOR SUPPER PLANND I
VOCATIONALN IM r ". i.Reigou fILI 9 1__ T
VO TO9 9K odAiucion Sale LUUUTalks Opened By I flUl ill LL~I _
Alinim IAlf hI'Y I Q THEE S IFT Mrs. H.SM ally !E WB 1M Ciflnsnor' UCIwllN I f EM f EORDY IfII furnish th musics for the Sen-
GIILIL PiLIbeor supper next Tuesday. The
IV N v ru iu Auction sale for the lbenefit of the. "stlChildSaid"iavebeepleecte means self under-! uperwl e hl at teUion
-*oe' ege1)idn udwl Ushers for the Junior Girls' play, .I ~ landwhin opeed Opening the third round of the in- h ya!o tBxu
Prof. E. Loreh Speaks on D~esign and Iop Csls nSan"hv be eet h firs o the series of discussionI terhouse basketball tournament yes- gI Tsim.'ickets will go on
Mice Porter on Publications oen promptly at "0 eo'cock tumor-. gymnasium.mascreda ri
row afternoon in the parlors of the ed by Dorothy Gooch, chairman of ns- cu, ses in religion which are to e'itraDlaGam crdati sale today at University Hall,
for Women Baborgynsim Alberta Olson, hers. More than 100 juniors have of-1 held evry Tuesday evening at Lane iumuph over H-elen Newberry by 29 to athepieo$1
'26 asistd b Rth ahn '2, wllfered to serve in that capacity and inj hal under the auspices of the . W. , while Kappa Delta narrowly wotnlePrc o 1
- titles ranging from wearing apparel' participate in this class function iti in the psychopathic hospital, is to lead 1 1 o10g___
Spekin onthesubect"Deora Ito small gifts, and some unusually at- Iwas' decided to use three shifts, group p the talks to he given in the group! isI the first game Delta Gamma, the1
Sraetiiegnic-ntcksswillcetputeuprfo one working on Tuesday and Thurs- called, "Chld Training."j winner of the championship last year, II
Pri.e Emignaar fFteield frhWomen, (auction. The general chairman, Han- day nights, group two on Wednesday Three ooks were recommended by shwdOueroTtawokCwtEAmSJ A
Prof.Emil orch f th archtectual Inah Fitch, '27 expects every woman i and Saturday nights and group three Mrs. Mallory for the physical, Intel- Crouse, 25, starring. Gladys East- (iL t~
college opened the series of Vocation- i o;rd y ng t a d S tr a it lcul aii e oi nl su y o cott, '26, ed the defense fr N w
al Gidace alk, yeteray fte- oncamus illbe axios t atendchid 11I. G. VWells', "Outline of His- arry. The lineups were:
nona es abu.this auction. Anna Arnold, 27, chair- f~"scooyno tBtyBror Rehearsas will be held so that Cory" H G Miller"~chl and D, Cr.
Professor Lorch emphasized the fact mno h pbiiy hspae evF hr wl ea itlEofsina h 11 "ad ,H atLo,!CoseRFcoN.t oe hows oenoli h
that the most complete background eral posters in the hall of the gym- thrilb sltl ofso ste aet"adC -.VnLoGos
nasium andI lists of the articles to be; possible. The ushers will drss in "Story of Mankind." Wilson L F Young rifle cla ssobe held from4t
p~ossible is necessary for success in autoe1~v enpae nteformal clothes. "Parents must be self sacrificing'Dixon C Lehman o'clock, Modys, should sign up with
the field of architecture. "Learning 'ioisadlau oss h The women selected to usher in andi( self, disciplining," said Mrs. Mal- !Kocker S C Radford'Ms comc n abu yns
should be as thorough as in the fedsd rmioesll b ndoerge ose. Toh rueoeae sflow: Forneory"they must learn to control A ile 1 Pec ium as soon as possible. Women who
t h e s u e t m s a l o t a e . F r h e t h r e i d gi lfu n d . tI m m e d i a rte l o l - g r o b t ,ou b a irm , asf l o : or n G o o d , m c s i h y w a t t o t o A M p ll r1I , G Vnie r cg e nh va l e de r o e d ia r i e c a s
of law or medicine," lie said, and te sle they w n wiotolh v l ready ro eduness itheycatten
the bu i di fun . Itheiarechild, theybstm ustchalw ays MbeonhGnd , C S ub stituti ns: M M l e r or C a m p
tylisticu lent stlotines orthe lowing thie gauction fthe\, theirshchilDorotyeKamiustealaraysJudihon ISbre-ton:M.Milr o Cmp rl elr. uls te ttn
wtyitc us."mnt tel foiu e pograb e WpartyLa. willy ami besarheld.t itonbach, Gwendolyn Charles, For- ,,. , they must not be too lenient with bell.rglry
wih s" nwtbeingforer poutmthe pry ilehed ence Leonard, Jeanette Fuller, Lil - the child, thus developing a spirit of The Kappa Delta and Collegiate
whlan is tonobeineg eerleduca- then n liohn Dreywell, Ruth Hull. Lunette inedependence, and the parent must Soros is teams were evenly matched' Students who studied folk dancing
pla i tocobinragenra edia Starr, Doris Glnes, Virginia Earl, nver superimpose on the child, let and the score stood 10 to 10 until the under Elizabeth Burchenal may ob-
tional idea with technical education. I'f IIIJCteieJns aaieEoAn hics e hs on rofsson.Inlast minute when a foul was called an a list of dances and their Victor
Professor Loreh admitted that wo-this way the paen mut awas )beon Sorosis for over guarding. Doro- records by applying at Barbour gvni-
men are not encouraged to study l N lzbt cau.LlinMc curbing his own desires but his great-I thy Ogborn, '2, who was also the 1 nasium.L
C1955 UILI lLL o'lock, St urday. rehar e aet reward comes when he has brought kappa Delta star of thegaebrk
tion are too great," he said. "There ---Gru w wlueanonept-il a child who can stand on his two the tie. Louise Kimmont, '26 showed Junior play rehearsals will be held
is, a rather strong prejudice in busi- IIfe n hn o isl. some skillful playing for Sorosis. rfhe as follows in Barbour gymnasium:
Wit th clse f he irs rondmorrow.
n~ss houses. In the field of decorativse fWihte ls;o hefrtion The lecture which was to have been ; line-ups were: Today A and 2 at 4 o'clock, 5, F', and
design women have more chance. Wo- teitres iaktltun- O i'h1 spspnd iltefl K .C .4 at 5 o'clock, Act 2 at 7 o'clock; to-
ijien's innate taste and judgment is ment the teams will enjoy a brief; spite of the failure to achieve a class1 lowing week because of the Junior ID. Ogborn R F Kimimont morrow, Act 1 at 7 o'clock.
rest before going into the second victory the playing of Irene Field and1 Girls' Play. nasLFE art
abaubeyhn. roundi Tuesday. The juniors nowI Alice Feske entitle them to be listed -~ --- 1 Waldo C HornteinI Senior women of the University
Mothghyrcmmne b r-stand highest, having won all three among the tentative stars of the Miss Jessie Bostelle, of Detroit, Davies S C DowSho fMscwilhl etn
Jesor Loc"waThe art shop,"heprd"soe games. Thle seniors rank next with tournament. will. speak on "Dramatics" at 7:30i N. Clarke it G E. Smith1 at 4 o'clock Friday at the School of
jec. "he rt hop" h sad, is nea percent of 66, then the freshmeni Captain Evelyn Ogorn of the fresh- (o'clock Friday, at the meeting of the IJ White L G Ml. Parrott Msc hsmeigwl ehl o
of the greatest places for the young with 33 percent. The sophomores man team has been a leader for in-I local branch of the American Assoc- Substitutions: Davidson for Ingat ls, t hi etigwllb el o
woman with business sense. It is a have as yet failed to win a game. stilling pep into her team mates and , t no~ nvriyWme tteTtl o ais
gndpyn il.I hn h eln According to Miss Germaine Guiot, ;.although they have only one victory home of Mrs5. E. C. Goddard, 1212 Hill -1-
hf beautiful things is a great field for coach, the regular junior line up con-! to their credit their chances are still' street Subscribe for T'oh ichgan IDally _____________________
youg wmen Thre s rom or hatsisting of Marion Barlow, Dorothy 1 good. Practically all of their squad S
kindof seciaize capcity any Oghorn, Kathryn Willson, Alberta 0- rhas ben used in these first games U
4 wbcre." son, Marion Lawless, and Normna and a combination is being made
Professor Lorch compared tke field Clarke, all deserve special commenda-;which should prove effective if nor
of decoration with the teaching field. tion as (10 the senior players, Greta victorious, even in competition withCA EL Ed
"The latter is well deflned," he said, Mae Adams, and Charlotte King. the juniors. 1,1 ~fM TI~
"b)ut there is no such thing in arch- Fxnl n rrrna s w 1hs o .- - AA OMTF

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the purpose of organizing and electing
officers for the graduating class.
A spcal joint meeting between the
P~ort ia and Alpha Nui Liierary oit
sce-ies will e fheld at 7 :15 o'clock to-
night in the Alpha Nu club rooms of
IAge ll lhall.

IAll nurses will be ente rtained by
the freshmen at an in formal ;;t. Pat-
rick's day _party which will be held
at 8 o'clock Friday night at the Nurs-
es' dormitory.
Memb ers of the world felIlowsh ip
committee of the Y. W. C. A. will
meet at 5 o'cloc-k today at Newberry
hall.
The leadership commission of the
Y. W. C. A. rill meet at 4:15 o'clock
today at Newberr y hall.
CCandy will be soldi at alil the even-
ing and matinee' performances of the
,Junior Girls' [?lay by the members
Iof thie Freshman Cirls' Glee club. The
{plans for thins were discussed and de-
cided upon at the meoting of theC club
held IMondlay after !oen. A. part of
the proceeds galned in this way will
be tur ned over to C,,c- Wemen's League.
~I WE RENT

Rtecture. Each person makes his own
Sprice. Success in art is a matter of !
'individual *achievement."
-Miss Marjorie Porter, a member
bf the staff of the Detroit News, dis-
..ctssed the opportunities for women in
r r)Qwspaper work in one of the two
talks of the series on Vocatonal Guid-
anmce given yesterday. After discuss-
jufrg the illusions which women have in
considering newspaper work as a pro-
fession, and explaining why it is hard
0 'Jr women to get on publications,
k.- Miss Porter~ said: "Don't scorn the
~,sma~all town newspaper. Tl4at ls,,where,;
t he girl can get her experience. She
- can do all kinds of work and things
~ are explained to her while on a larger
' Paper there isn't time to do it."
Eiquipment and talent for the work
~in a newspaper office were comment-
i 'ed upon by Miss Porter ,and the dif-
Sference between news and editorial
-writing explained. 'Men on the staff
won't tolerate and Bohemian behav-
, ouir on the part of the women in the
Soffice," said Miss Porter. "Then a
newspaper woman has to meet peo-
Spie of breeding and she must conduct
Sherself as such or often lose her stor-
es."
The reward for a women, provided
she has entered and stayed in the
£work, were enumerated by the .speak-
@r. "They gratify the spirit," she
~stated in summing up.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

rxeiiL tueiensi1ve w444orx I1(4sJDeenI
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