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THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1925

TI ILE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOMEN DISCUSS"2;Social Calendar Includes Week
11(t n AT Ifl TvflrOf Entertainment For Juniors

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S-ENIORWOMEN
ATTENTION

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vub i iu N ! irtJunior women have been practising
long we: ry hrours for "Castles in
SPEAKER ADVISES WOMEN HOW Spain" but their reward is coming all
TO GET A POSITION AND in a heap. Several houses have plan-
10W TO IIOL~ IrT ned elaborate and unique entertain-
TELLS OF LIBRARY WORK nent for the juniors after their even-
ing of performing is over. According
to dormitory tradition, the senior
"How To Get a Position and How women always entertain the junior
To Hold It." was the subject of the women sometime during this week.
talk given yesterday afternoon at Residents of Martha Cook building
Angell Hall by Miss Cleo Murtland, entertained at dinner Tuesday even-
associate Professor of Vocational edu- I ing. St. Patrick's Day decorations
cation, in the second of the series of converted the spacious dinning hall
vocational education lectures. into a colorful scene. Junior women
"Many young people," said Miss wr ~o ussa h inr
Murtland, "take rather serious stock Seniors of Helen Newberry enter-
of themselves to see what they are tained the junior residents at lunch-
fitted for; but in getting a position eon Tuesdy- at the Green Tree Inn.
you are obliged to look at the job it- Betsy Barbour house will give a
self. Young people would do well to breakfast for the junior members of
do this. For nearly all occupations the house Sunday morning.
require a certain technique. Some-,
thing must be done 'to square the Miss Jean Hamilton and Mrs. A. S.
notion you have of the job you want I Hobart entertained at a luncheon
with the job you can get." yesterday at their home on Olivia
Miss Murtland discussed the matter avenue. The list of guests included:
of applications both written and per- Mrs. H. B. IHutchins, Miss Fandira
sonal. A matter which' she believes Crocker, Mrs. Edward Campbell and
should be more defininitely taught. Mrs. Josephine Markley.
"Pay attention to the physical ap-
pearance of the letter," she said. 'And "What the World Asks of Women
do not think that it is unnecessary to Today" was the subject of the talk
plan for the personal interview.
Much could be done by groups dis- given by Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of
cussigh isubect."s women, at Hillsdale college, Monday
cussing this subject.afrnn.Tesehws eofa
The second part of Miss Murtland's ee o. heseech was one of a
talk dealt with factors involved in5diesoflectures
every job; competition, compromise, The following women have been in-
the meaning of contracts, authority, ithe f oAlh t a eta :'
,sevieadina ce Agnes Bell, '27 Detroit, Loleta Parker,
28, Hastings, Marjorie Everett, '28
"I could talk for hours on different ,Youngstown, Phoebe Morse, 27, Gary
phases of library work and my own IndgwElizabethoe Montgomery,; 26
experiences connected with it," said Danville, Ken. and Ruth Becker, '28,
Mrs. Amy Hobart in the second ofDanv iK.
her Vocational lecture series yester- Grand Rapids.
(lay afternoon at Newberry residence. JaaeesuetsetrandI
There are several branches of library large nuestudentsAentertainreigna
work that are interesting, such'as ref- lrenu br of Lan ad Toei
erence work, catalouging, circula- friends Friday at Lane Hall. The
tion, and work in the children's de- program included an opening address
partmient. by Mr. T. Higuchi, and an address
M t lirarypi by Dean John R. Effinger on the first
especially if President of Michigan. Miss Yae Tan-
one desires advancement requires aaka layed "Stream of Snd,
college degree and a course in a firstIak plyd Stem o+Sun,
class 'library school. Without this typical Japanese muic~5, and other
training it is hard to get important Japanese entertainment comp
and interesting work in the larger evening.
libraries.
"Jus awrrmnSigma Kappa announces the initia-
"Just a word," reminds Mrs. Hobart,I tion of: Ithmer Coffman, '28, Cold-
"About the disadvantages connected tn of: h ratt, '28, Cod-
with the library. It consists largely atri Viin , '28, Ann Ar-
of routin work which may be dis- jorie Lang, '24, Brandon, W. Va.
tasteful to many people. The hours
are long and the salaries are not
large. However one's contact with man interests more than compensates
individuals and the experience in hu- for the disagreeable features.
I oasted Sandwiches
Ever try this one?
Toast
Tomatoes
Toast
Hot Ham
Toast

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will be held at 7:45 o'clock, March
30. The program will be in charge
of Mrs. Delmar Standish whose groupI
will discuss the subject, "Children's
Books and Reading." Reading of the
papers will be followed by a round-
table discussion.

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Alpha Epsilon Phi initiated the fol-
lowing women into the fraternity:
Julia Ruth Brown, '27, Nance Solo-
inon, '27, Pauline Hopp, '28, Lillian
Simansky, '27, and Pearl Tenenbaum,
'26. Miss Augusta Brown was initia-
ted as an honorary member.
There will be a W. A. A. hike at 3
o'clock tomorrow. See the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium for
further details.

The regular social meeting of the
Child Conservation league was held?
IMonday evening at the home of Mrs.
Frank Glass at which time plans were
} made for the Easter meeting.
I Tha n pxt monthly business meeting

Approximately 30ato m en of
(the senior clas~s attended the
annual Senior supper held Tues-
day evening in the Union with-
out paying their admission fee
of $1. This means that the sen-
ior supper committee is short
$30 in their accounts, as the af-
fair wasl planned only to cover
expenses, not for profit. Reser-
vations were limited this year to
( 380, the number expected by the
committee to attend. Records
from previous years were unat-
tainable and the women in
charge necessarily had to place
a limit, due to the seating cap-
acity in the Union. However,
these 30 women attained places
early which forced the chairman
to seat women, who presented
tickets but could not be served,
in the main dining room of the
Union.
The Senior supper committee
f requests that women who attend-
ed the banquet but failed to
pay admittance, enclose $1 in an
envelope and send to Elsa Ohl-
macher, 1414 Washtenaw, in or-
der that the accounts may be
balanced as soon as pos~sible.

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IAfter a terin of probation of oneI
THEITHE GUILD WILL!month those not meeting require- Iiet(wl edopdfo h
THEATR U\LO WILL" "'I
ments( will be dropped from the
fli nse During thejunio term of
I FOSTE OSCH UL, six months there will be two further
eliminations. The course will consist
I of 14 months intensive work.
Intensive technical training with
professional experience will be given Announce Marriage
in a unique school of dramatic art Announcement was made Tuesday'
under the Theater Guild of New York.: evening at the Alpha Xi Delta house
y a system of elimination only those of the marriage of Myrtle Sanzen-
pupils who Dhow marked talent and berger, '26, to Larry Bevon. The
marriage took place Sept. 15. Bevon
application will remain enrolled. is practicing law in Toledo.
Classes begin Oct. 1 of this year with
Miss Winifred Lenihan directing, un-
der the supervision of the Theater Read the WVant Ads
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4:00 P. M.-Seniors vs. sopho-
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Juniors vs. freshmen.

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Henderson Speaks
To Woman's Club
Prof. William D. Henderson of the
University extension division charac-
terized the "New Patriotism" to the
members of the Woman's club at
their meeting Tuesday afternoon as
"less noisy, less provincial, but more
generous than the old patriotism."
"People now realize that the hor-
ror of war is advancing, that no long-
er is there a glamour attached to
a leader taking his men through a
fight. War has become an applied
science."

Fountain

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