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WRill VOID [OIK Owns And Operates
mu. Iu~v ruBus Line In Ohio
SElizabtih Burchenial of the AmeIrkican
F'olk Dance ~Society Ito
a Undcr the direction of Miss ElizW t~h
Blurchenal of the American Folk Danc- . . . . ..
Sing society, a Folk Dance institute for
SUniversity men and women will be
'~held during the week of Feb). 26, int..>::. :"::;;;;:;:::
SBarbour gymnasium. According to :==>::>>::::
SMiss Brhnl hecus ilcon-
' sist of "delightfult and sure re folk l dances
~'and gamnes which -have proved u- I
xci sally popular." It is intended to X; :.:<
& supplement the previous training of
professional leaders and lii provide<^:>,
~,material for those who wish to intro-
Sduce or lead that form of recreation
in churches, clubs, schools, indlustries,
Sor social organizations.
Miss Burchenal is the author of sev-
Qe ral books containing represents-tie
Sdances of Dennirrmk, Germany, lllnl;lnd, "I
ireland, and the United States.
-- She is the organizer anid chairman 1r.SdeSl4.tr
of the American Folk Dance society, Ms ni aibi
whlich aims to upreserve the art of folk As time gasses ther e are f ewer and
(lancing in this country, by means of fewer' lines of wor k 0or)11busines that
lectures, demonstrations, sii and h short have not been entered by women. The
tinig courses smlrt h n ownership and operation of a lbus line
which will be given at Michigan. would seem at first glance a little ouzt
Before much of anything was known of the line ofthe11 everyday woman, yet
about folk dancing in this country Mrs. Sadie Salisbury, of Canton, 0.,
Miss Burchenal was led, through an has engaged in the biusiness for the
Instinctive sympathetic interest in the last six years. She owns four buses
cuistomis (especially music and danc- oper'ati ng between Can tonl and lAIli-
inig) of foreign people, to begin culti- allce, 0.
eating friendships with peopile of var- Mrs. Salisbuury lilies t he bus15bust5-
; ous nationalities in this country. 11cc- ness rind to edict s that at present it is
ognizing the beauty and value of the only in its infancy.
folk dances she began to collect and -
record this material and pass it on d a c d a cn
- to others. She has establisheda pa-tcoflvn prtfechyar in AdvC ancOeD ncing
tic o liin pat f echyea i Clss Opls oday
Europe, mingling with the peasants ____
and becoming intimately familiar not
only with their folk (lances and mus-j Miss Ruzth Price, of the dlepartmnt
ic but their traditions and customs,' of physic~al edlucation, wil open a new
religious beliefs, andl point of view. J advancedl course in ll dlcilig at four

~INIERIJOOS ASEBLL7 WO A ' C GVSBusiness W omanpartnersipiand the division of abor.
BASK N[[ ; f W MINS CUB 1VI It is just as mulch (f a trick to spend
NOTICESAddresses Club a dollar wisely as to earn one."
Hj~g~ BEGNS Tg~y 1Mss Kenny tld of her reasons for
T'lhe biggest business in the world jumping into business-the desire to
_-- --.. __---wo-ma_.- help other women, arising from a per-
Opnn h nulitros a-Mr. D)wight Springer, present at 33 jsna needi for a woman who could
peigteana*itrIuebs unior pliay rehearsals will be held asonofteMcinlsaur, said Miss Annie Peaks Kenny' of the udrtn e rbe n ieun
kietball tournament, at 41('clock today' afolw in arurgmai:outlined othe Membgn ersltheo
as fllow inBarbur ome Economics service of tie Illinois partial advice. "Men cannot get the
in Brbor gynasum he AphaPhitoday, choruses 13B and F+ at 4, char- ;man's club at their meeting yesterday Mrhn rs opn fCiao oshl ln, h ad
tea illnmet tal t of Phi Sigma use5s:tA and 2 at ; o'clock, chorus # at; afternoon in Lane hall the. various in an address Mtonday night before the Froml her owni personal experience'
Sigma, and Kappa. Alpha. Theta will 7 1, chorus o at S o'clock; Tnturs- I ways in wxhch individuals miay exer_ Business and Professional Women's and from her experience with mnei and
match her players againlst tbose of (day, chorus A at 4 o'clock, choruses isInuncintettelglar. club of Ann Arbor. "And tile final women who have comeI to her for ad-
Hele Nebery rsidnce At ive1 ad 4at o'lock chrusB a 7.1b~In designating the methods by which! principle of all hom1e: living has a- vice, Miss Kenny concudes that there
o'clck te gmes f AeliaChever hors 5 t 8o'clck.Measures are put through Mr. Spring- i ways beenu andl always will le joint is a real place for women in business
Jversus Westminster house and Gamma er emphasized tile importance of the
Phi Peta versus Theta Phi Alpha will! All who have not signed up for re-j "Lobbyists" at Lansing and the value
' be played off. ; uired1 courses inu physical education of an able representative of a desred
The winners in these games wil bea for this semrester should do so inrnedL bill.
eligible for places in the second rouned iately in Barbour gymnasiunm. All Ms lc ae sprnedn fLATE SIPMENT OF
of the tournament., and the final chain-; sho:uld report for class in the reg la- nurses at the ofUivsthe hospital Tr T
Ipion of the tournament will be award- tioll gyinasium outfit. spok-e in defenseote public health ! CAS J
--asle u. hswswnb - nursing bill, expressing the beief that IG I1j1.SS {IRO R
Delta Gamma last year for the first- Interclass basketball practice for this bill which. is now up for tihird ____ _____________________
timle awl will be awarded piermanent- '.Thulrsday will lie as follows: edn before the senate hasa the W r feigteeatsi irr
ly t tht husewhih wns t fr yen ors~ and sophomores fronm 4 to backing of the general public and a ral eue rcs oei
three sucessive 3ears. o'lo(:. ljuners and freshlmen front ),, probably will meet with dttle or noan ispcth baifl ipay
Referees f~~ir today'sGga:=estwill 10 ~ t~cs anid class mianagers are 1 opposition. _________________________
IGreta Mae Adamns, '25, andl Kathlryn to be (IWchse next .reek. ! Mrs. Melvin Porter oif Newv York,
Wlilson,'26. The games will be pliay-'Ipeieto h etr rao h
1>escen f hewstr aeao teD ARLIN G & M AI LEA UNX
ed h fie mnut qurtes. n or women must have theirileague of women voters, contrasted
- D measllreients taken for cans and briefly the legisative systems of Newv 224 S. State strcet
To Hiold BriZdge gowns before Feb. 21. Measurements ork and Michigan. Mrs. Poter also
TT will be takeni on the second floor of{ defended the child lalbor amendment
For A.A. U. W47 Today M\ack's store (in Main street. Which she said i b no means (dead"
Members of the Anni Arbior branch 'C"CT fteY.W .A ai though "it will take it long .time to out-j
(if thne American Association of Ifni ! net wi ll 1h01( a biusiness meeting atlasaeritsbontoCli.
versity Women and their friends wil.'. 1 o'clock today at Lane ]tal prev-I
meet at promptly 2:30 o'clock today 101sto Hihe banquet wvhich is to be The music section of the Faculty A enscinblc o coco-
in the homes otf mor'e thran 25 loc a ;given with thle S. C. A. cabinet. Wom aten's club will meet at 8 o'clock I- LI


residen1ts for tile aninual bridge party
spionsored by tinh association. Reser-'
vations for sewing or "500" tables

' lmay be n-deoxwith Mrs. Thomas Dleed
or wvith tiss 'Aable Van Kleek.

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That you can,



the 1925 Micig anensian at
Angell Hall and the Library
tod ay?

Elect Managers Of
Class Basketball!
Class managers in basketball were
elected yesterday afternoon at a meet-
ing of all women who have been try-
ing out for teams. The managers are
as follows: Evelyn Ogborn, freshman;
Margaret MacNally, sophomore; Sue
Haskins, junior; and Charlotte King,
During thle freshman practice the
irst elimination towardl the selectionf
of a team was nmade.
Advanced elective xvorx in (lancing
will be given by Miss Ruth Price (if
the department of pihysical education
at 4 o'clock, Monday and Wednesday,
ill Barbour gymnasium. All women
who are inlterestedl should report at
that time tomorrow.

o'cloick today in Blarb)our gymnasium.
The couirse is openl only to IwomenC who
h iave had somte experience in ballet
dancing of either toe or soft-shoe type.1
Miss Price has just return'iedlfrom !l
I Detroit where she silent the pa-st two
weeks in intensive study of dancing'
undIer Miss Lillian Granizow.
In the new course the strict biallet -
type of dlancin~g will lie conltrastedl with
the Greek technique, and ill addition
some instructions wiili e given in ad-
van ced national dan ces.


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IVANTLEI)-One of tihe Social Service;
Organizations of Ann Arbor is in
need of an assistant to the execu-1
tive secretary. The work should
appeal to a woiman~ of intelligence;
anld social view. A knowledge ofi
type-writing desirable. Conmpensa-j
tion adequate. Address Box 66,'
the Michigan Daily.r

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